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What Does Roller Chain Pitch Mean?

The term "pitch" is commonly used in the power transmission world for roller chain. Here we explain exactly what "pitch" of a roller chain is.

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What Are Shaft Collars

What Are Shaft Collars

What Are Shaft Collars & How Are They Used?

Shaft collars is a small component used in many industries, but most commonly used in the power transmission industry. Shaft collars are available in many materials, bore configurations and sizes for various applications. There are many 'types' of collars and the two most popular types are "solid" and "split"

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How To Identify My Roller Chain?

How To Identify What Chain Size I Have?

Trying to figure out what roller chain size you have can be stressful especially when you're not familiar with roller chain. There are so many types and size roller chains on the market. Here is some information on how to easily find the roller chain size you have.

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What Is An Idler Sprocket?

What Is An Idler Sprocket?

What is a roller chain idler sprocket? 

Idlers sprockets are a specialty sprocket that's used on many chain drives especially when long lengths of chain is used. Idler sprockets come in several tooth counts and bore size to suit different applications. Idler sprockets are a...

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Attachment Chain - Special Order

Attachment Chain - Special Order

RollerChain4Less.com (Nitro Power Products, LLC) stocks attachment roller chain in stock for sizes #35 up to #80.  The attachment chain is stocked with attachments every 2nd pitch, which is a universal option.  Don't need them every 2nd pitch?  Simply skip however many that you need to.  Special ordered attachment roller chain is available - MOQ apply.
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Best Roller Chain In The Market

RollerChain4Less.com is owned and operated by Nitro Power Products, LLC out of Milwaukee, WI.  Nitro Power Products created the Nitroâ„¢ brand roller chain.  Our chain is manufactured to not only meet ANSI standards, but to surpass the standards.  
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