A bucket elevator is a conveyor by which buckets are put in on a vertically circulating chain, to vertically convey loads of granular powder. You’ll find two series of bucket elevators: NE Variety (normal speed) and NSE Style (substantial velocity). Both forms have wide-ranging applications.
(a) NE Bucket Elevator Chains
An NE variety bucket elevator is often a general-use bucket elevator that operates at a regular conveyance velocity. The elevator is produced with two styles of chains: Conventional Conveyor Chain with Attachment G4 (conventional or heavy-duty) and DK Solid Z Conveyor Chain.
(b) NSE Bucket Elevator Chains
An NSE kind bucket elevator is built for higher speed conveyance and the velocity is about double that of NE kind. To withstand substantial speed operation and to cut down noise and shock, the chain pitch is one-half or significantly less of that with the chains for NE sort. To ensure higher sturdiness, pins, bushings and rollers will be the identical as people for sturdy Z-type.
Utilize the sprockets exclusive for NSE Bucket Elevator Chains.