U.S. Tsubaki (UST) – Roller Chain, Engineering Chain, Sprockets, Cam Clutches
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U.S. Tsubaki Power Transmission, LLC. is a premier manufacturer of power transmission products including premium-quality roller chain, engineering chain, conveyor chain, special application chains, sprockets, cable/hose carriers, cam clutches, and other power transmission components such as keyless locking devices, overload protection, gear motors, and couplings.
Tsubakimoto Chain Company was founded in 1917 in Japan and began manufacturing roller chain in 1923. U.S. Tsubaki, a subsidiary of Tsubakimoto Chain Company, was founded in 1971.
UST trade names/brands: Lambda, Super Stainless, Neptune, Titan, Energy Series, LS Chain, KabelSchlepp, PerforMax, Power-Lock, Iron-Hawk, Smart Tooth
U.S. Tsubaki offers the widest variety of chains on the market including premium roller chain, self-lube LAMBDA series chain, corrosion-resistant Neptune chain, fatigue-resistant super chain, and our latest generation of high-quality, long-lasting ANSI chain.
The revolutionary Super Stainless chain is a unique product that combines the corrosion resistance and extreme temperature operating range of the 600 AS series stainless steel chain with the strength of ANSI carbon steel chain. These chains can replace carbon steel chain 1-for-1 and feature a higher side-bar waist and greater fatigue strength, as well as hardened pins and bushings.
ANSI Roller Chain
British Standard Roller Chain
Vacuum Wrapper Chains
LAMBDA Lube Free Roller Chain
Anti Corrosive/Heat Resistant Chain
Chain Tool Accessories
SUPER STAINLESS Chain
Engineering Class Chain
U.S. Tsubaki offers heavy-duty engineered chain, designed to withstand rigorous operating conditions across a range of applications. Greater reliability, productivity, and wear life are attributes associated with Tsubaki’s engineered class product.
Incline and Traverse Scraper Chains
Feeder Breaker Chains
Bar and Pin Chains
Drop Forged Rivetless Drive Chain
Welded Steel Heavy Duty Hard-Face HDHF Series Chain
Drag Chain Assemblies
Roller Conveyor Chains
Dual Strand Elevator Chains
Forged Mining Chains
Drop Forged Rivetless Chains Standard
Welded Steel Mill Chains
Apron Conveyor Chain Assemblies
Delrin Series Chains
Steel Bushed Chains
In-Floor Double-Flex Chains
Drop Forged Rivetless Chains Barloop (Bar Link) Chains
Welded Steel Drag Chains
Power-Lock Keyless Locking
Overload Protection Devices
Roller Chain Sprockets
U.S. Tsubaki finished bore sprockets come with a keyway and two set screws as standard. Stock sprockets are made from 1045 cold rolled carbon steel and are black oxide coated for maximum corrosion resistance and durability. No powdered metal is used. All stock sprockets have hardened teeth to RC 35 – 50 standard on ANSI 35 – 80 pitch. This ensures long service life with minimal wear. All hard edges are chamfered and de-burred for the best fit.
ANSI Single Pitch Sprockets
Steel Split Sprockets
Double Pitch Sprockets
Double Single Sprockets
Double Plus Sprockets
Engineering Class Sprockets
U.S. Tsubaki sprockets for Engineering Class Chain are made with quality, heat-treated carbon steel, which provides long wear life, resists abrasion, and withstands heavy shock loads. Sprockets can also be manufactured using special materials such as alloy steel, stainless steel, or bronze to meet specific needs.
Drive Chain Sprockets
Steel Bushed Sprockets
Drop Forged Rivetless Sprockets
Roller Conveyor Sprockets
Welded Steel Sprockets
Dairy Case Flex Bar Sprockets
Asphalt Incline Sprockets
Smart Tooth sprockets with wear-indicator technology ensure maximum uptime and drive system efficiency by providing visual confirmation of excessive sprocket wear. Incorporating this patented technology into sprockets reduces overall system cost by offering predictable maintenance intervals to avoid catastrophic failure. Wear indicator technology is available on ANSI 100 through 240 pitch, and Engineering Class sprockets with pitch lengths greater than 4 in.
Smart Tooth Sprockets
KabelSchlepp Cable and Hose Carriers
Tsubaki’s KabelSchlepp division has a proven history of technical excellence in developing products to address the challenges of managing, protecting, and guiding cables and hoses in motion applications. These solutions protect sensitive gliding surfaces, guideways, lead/ball-screws, die-posts, and other components from contaminants.
Choose from nearly 100,000 types, sizes and styles of polymer, steel, and hybrid cable and hose carrier solutions for single- and multi-axis as well as three dimensional application challenges. Plus, numerous accessories including strain relief, support trays, and guide-channels for long travel applications.
- Cable Carriers: Basic-Line, Basic-Line Plus, Vario-Line, Tubes-Plastic, 3D-Line, Steel-Line, Tubes-Steel
- Cable Types for Cable Carriers: Control, Power, Data, BUS, Coaxial, Fiber Optic, High Voltage, OEM, TRAXLINE
Cables for Cable Carriers
Tsubaki Cam Clutch (sprag style) products are designed to transmit torque in one direction of rotation, and overrun (freewheel) in the opposite direction of rotation. All utilize the same principles of operation. The three most common types of applications are:
- Backstopping: In backstop applications, clutches are used to prevent reverse rotation of drive shafts. With the outer race of the clutch anchored stationary, the inner race can overrun freely in one direction of rotation. Reverse rotation is prevented by the automatic engagement of the clutch. Typical backstop applications are in conveyor systems and gear reducers.
- Indexing: In this mode of operation, reciprocating motion applied to the driving race of the clutch is transformed into uni-directional intermittent motion at the driven race. For example, on a feeding roller, the clutch is mounted on the roller and a torque arm is connected to the driving race of the clutch.
- Overrunning: Clutches used in this type of application overrun at either the inner or outer race during the majority of the clutch operating time, and are occasionally called upon to lock up and drive. A typical application is a two-speed drive, where an electric motor and a geared motor are connected to a single driven shaft through one-way clutches.
Indexing and Overrunning
Overrunning and General