# What is the pitch of 40 chain?

## What is the pitch of 40 chain?

We know that from the ANSI numbering system, ANSI 40 chain has a pitch of 4/8s of an inch or . 5 inches.

## How do you calculate pitch on a chain?

To count the number of pitches in a strand of chain, we would start our count from the first pin on one end of the piece of chain and move to the next pin, which would be one pitch, and then on to the next pin, which would be another pitch, and so on until the end of the strand of chain is reached.

**What pitch is 41 chain?**

1/2″ pitch

41 Roller chain is the third largest size chain in the ANSI Standard lineup of roller chains. It features a 1/2″ pitch and is often referred to as “narrow 40 chain” due to its same form factor and dimensions with the exception of its narrower profile.

**What is the pitch on a chain?**

Chain pitch is the size of the chain and is defined as the distance between any three consecutive rivets divided by two. Oregon chain is made in several pitches – 1/4″ is the smallest, 3/8″ is the most popular, and 3/4” is the largest.

### What is the pitch of a chain?

Chain pitch is the size of the chain and is defined as the distance between any three consecutive rivets divided by two.

### What is the pitch of 80 chain?

1-inch pitch

80 roller chain is defined as a 1-inch pitch chain as signified by the first number “8” in the chain part number. Pitch value is determined by dividing the first number of chain part number by 8 (8/8=1” Pitch). PEER roller chains conform with ANSI/ASME standards for all standard roller chain sizes from 25 to 240.

**What size chain is 40?**

Single-Strand Roller Chain Size Chart

Chain Size | Pitch (P) | Weight (Per Ft) |
---|---|---|

#40-1 | 0.500″ | 0.42 LBS |

#41-1 | 0.500″ | 0.28 LBS |

#50-1 | 0.625″ | 0.68 LBS |

**What size is a 40 chain?**

Chain standards

Size | Pitch | Maximum roller diameter |
---|---|---|

25 | 0.250 in (6.35 mm) | 0.130 in (3.30 mm) |

35 | 0.375 in (9.53 mm) | 0.200 in (5.08 mm) |

41 | 0.500 in (12.70 mm) | 0.306 in (7.77 mm) |

40 | 0.500 in (12.70 mm) | 0.312 in (7.92 mm) |

## Can 420 sprocket run 40 chain?

40, 41, and 420 chains all have the same pitch (1/2″) and use the same sprocket, even though the roller width is not identical. The difference is minute and won’t cause any failure.

## What is the pitch of 60 chain?

3/4″

#60 roller chain is manufactured in accordance with ANSI B29. 1 Standards and is the 6th largest chain size in the ANSI Standard lineup of roller chains having a 3/4″ pitch.

**What is a pitch on a chain?**

**Is 420 and 40 chain the same?**

Difference between 420 chain and 40 chain Both 420 and 40 chains have the same tensile strength and pitch, the only major difference is the width between the inner plates of #40 is larger than #420 by 1/16″.

### How strong is #40 chain?

3,700 LBS

With a high-tensile strength of 3,700 LBS this chain possess an excellent side-to-strength ratio, as well as weight-to-strength ratio (Chain weighs 0.41 LBS/ FT). #40 roller chain is one of the most common chain sizes used around the world today because of its versatility and productive nature.