Compared with ordinary chains, galvanized iron chains have the characteristics of wear resistance, corrosion resistance and rust prevention, so it has a wide range of applications. Most galvanized iron chains are currently made of high viscosity lubricants or lubricants […]
Compared with ordinary chains, galvanized iron chains have the characteristics of wear resistance, corrosion resistance and rust prevention, so it has a wide range of applications. At present, most galvanized iron chains are attached to the surface of the chain by high-viscosity lubricating oil or grease. Although it can play a certain role in lubricating the chain teeth and the surface of the chain, it can hardly penetrate the internal pins, bushings and rollers. Therefore, the galvanized iron chain will wear out when its service life is long. Galvanized iron chain wear will not only affect its own aesthetics, but also cause the chain to become loose or kinked, affecting its service life.
When the galvanized iron chain runs at high speed, it will not be able to effectively protect the chain after the lubricant is dropped due to centrifugal force. Environmental factors can also cause chain transmission failures. If the galvanized iron chain is used in dusty and humid conditions, dust and moisture may enter the inside of the chain, causing corrosion and wear. In fact, most of the causes of galvanized iron chain wear are caused by the neglect of galvanized iron chain lubrication. Therefore, the frequency of replacing the entire set of galvanized iron chains in vain results in increased maintenance costs.