In industrial power transmission systems, one of the crucial components is the sprockets. These are wheels made with teeth that mate with holes in tracks or chains
. One of the common types of sprockets is the taper lock model.
The taper lock sprocket uses a split that is made through the flange and taper for true clamping on the shaft. A taper lock bushing
is secured on the sprocket using set screws. The main advantage of taper lock sprockets is high flexibility that makes it possible to use multiple bore sizes for a single bushing size.
Taper lock sprockets are mainly made of steel alloy with teeth sections hardened to increase their strength and durability. But it is also possible to find some taper lock sprockets designed with cast iron and carbon steel.
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