If you are designing a power transmission system, one of the questions in your mind might be: “Do I use sprockets or gears
?” To make the right decision, you need to understand them well. A sprocket differs from gears in that it is designed to work with specific chains. The sprocket, cannot mesh with other sprockets the way gears do. The sprockets are classified from Type A to Type D. The B hub sprocket (type B sprocket) is different from others because it only has a hub on one side.
The unique design (featuring a hub on one side), allows the sprocket to be fitted closest to the machine on which it is being mounted on. This eliminates the danger of large overhung load on the bearings
of the equipment.
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Sprocket and PTI 10B-17DS METRIC SPROCKET B-HUB DOUBLE SINGLE, make sure to visit our website.