A bucket elevator is a conveyor during which buckets are set up on the vertically circulating chain, to vertically convey loads of granular powder. There are two series of bucket elevators: NE Variety (standard speed) and NSE Kind (high velocity). The two styles have wide-ranging applications.
(a) NE Bucket Elevator Chains
An NE style bucket elevator is usually a general-use bucket elevator that operates at a typical conveyance pace. The elevator is produced with two kinds of chains: Common Conveyor Chain with Attachment G4 (normal or heavy-duty) and DK Solid Z Conveyor Chain.
(b) NSE Bucket Elevator Chains
An NSE style bucket elevator is built for substantial speed conveyance along with the pace is about double that of NE type. To stand up to substantial speed operation and also to lower noise and shock, the chain pitch is one-half or less of that of the chains for NE form. To guarantee higher durability, pins, bushings and rollers will be the same as these for solid Z-type.
Use the sprockets unique for NSE Bucket Elevator Chains.