Applied Product Catalog 2017 2018 Page 550 Power Transmission

550 Call your local Applied service center to order at 1-866-351-3464 or visit us online at Applied.com Power Transmission No. 160 - 2" Pitch - Single - QD Bushed Sprocket With Hardened Teeth No. Teeth Bushing Series O.D. (in) Pitch Dia. (in) Type Item No. Mfr. No. Net Price 12 E 8.66 7.73 B1 100803891 160E12H $369.33 15 F 10.61 9.62 B1 100803897 160F15H 432.46 16 F 11.25 10.25 B1 100803899 160F16H 480.39 17 F 11.90 10.88 B1 100803901 160F17H 513.63 18 F 12.54 11.52 B1 100803903 160F18H 540.33 22 F 15.11 14.05 B1 100803911 160F22H 725.35 24 F 16.39 15.32 B1 100803915 160F24H 793.13 30 J 20.23 19.13 C 100803923 160J30H 950.44 Without Hardened Teeth No. Teeth Bushing Series O.D. (in) Pitch Dia. (in) Type Item No. Mfr. No. Net Price 12 E 8.66 7.73 B1 100803890 160E12 $334.13 13 E 9.31 8.36 B1 100803892 160E13 363.24 14 E 9.96 8.99 B1 100803894 160E14 399.68 15 F 10.61 9.62 B1 100803896 160F15 386.63 16 F 11.25 10.25 B1 100803898 160F16 433.12 17 F 11.90 10.88 B1 100803900 160F17 461.70 18 F 12.54 11.52 B1 100803902 160F18 487.67 19 F 13.19 12.15 B1 100803904 160F19 567.55 20 F 13.83 12.78 B1 100803906 160F20 583.05 21 F 14.74 13.42 B1 100803908 160F21 608.92 25 F 17.03 15.96 B1 100803916 160F25 745.57 30 J 20.23 19.13 C 100803922 160J30 926.04 35 J 23.42 22.31 C 100803924 160J35 1,019.97 40 M 26.61 25.49 C1 100803925 160M40 1,216.17 45 M 29.80 28.67 C1 100803926 160M45 1,498.27 54 M 35.54 34.40 C1 100803927 160M54 2,003.64 60 M 39.36 38.21 C1 100803928 160M60 2,145.42 Bushing sold separately. No. 160 - 2" Pitch - Single - Taperbushed Sprocket With Hardened Teeth No. Teeth Bushing Series O.D. (in) Pitch Dia. (in) Type Item No. Mfr. No. Net Price 12 3020 8.66 7.727 B 100803869 160BTB12H $334.44 15 3535 10.61 9.620 B 100803875 160BTB15H 436.59 18 3535 12.54 11.518 B 100803881 160BTB18H 496.05 Without Hardened Teeth No. Teeth Bushing Series O.D. (in) Pitch Dia. (in) Type Item No. Mfr. No. Net Price 12 3020 8.66 7.730 B 100803868 160BTB12 $334.44 16 3535 11.25 10.250 B 100803876 160BTB16 452.09 21 3535 14.47 13.420 B 100803883 160BTB21 598.56 35 4040 23.42 22.310 C 100803887 160CTB35 996.03 45 4040 29.80 28.670 C 100803888 160CTB45 1,433.39 Bushing sold separately. No. 180 - 2 1/4" Pitch - Plain Bore Sprocket Tsubaki SMART TOOTH . When failure is not an option. Tsubaki SMART TOOTH offers users the ability to identify and schedule drive system maintenance before critical component failure occurs. Strategic placement of our patented wear indicator pins provides visual indication that a sprocket is still within the allowable wear tolerance, or that it need to be replaced. When factoring in the cost of critical drive system components, implementation of Tsubaki wear indicator technology makes sense for applications that are driven by capital equipment, or where non-scheduled downtime is simply not acceptable. Features: Patented wear indicator pins provide visual indication when a sprocket needs to be replaced Extends chain life through predictable maintenance Reduces overall cost of equipment ownership Painted Tsubaki blue reminding you the sprocket has wear indicators Provides warning of catastrophic drive failure Eliminates the guesswork associated with worn sprockets Provides the opportunity to schedule maintenance based on sprocket wear rate Stock Bore Dia.: 1 1/2 in Type A - No Hub Projection No. Teeth O.D. (in) Pitch Dia. (in) Item No. Mfr. No. Net Price 48 35.68 34.402 113737443 180A48Z $1,817.06 54 39.98 38.696 105054772 180A54 1,872.11 60 44.28 42.992 105072027 180A60 2,591.99 Type C - Hub Projection on Both Sides No. Teeth O.D. (in) Pitch Dia. (in) Item No. Mfr. No. Hub Dia. (in) Length Through Bore (in) Max. Bore (in) Net Price 54 39.98 38.696 113743755 180C54Z 9 5 6 $2,357.52 60 44.28 42.992 102976002 180C60Z 9 1/2 5 3/8 6 1/2 2,862.69 Q: What is the difference between a taper lock bushing and a QD bushing? A: The main difference between the two is that a QD style bushing has a flange around the outside diameter, while the Taper Lock bushing has straight sides on the O.D. Many people refer to both types as a "taper lock" because they both use the tapered wedging action to lock to the shaft. The taper lock bushing, with its straight sides, uses an internal hex head cap screw to drive the bushing into the bore of the component being installed (sheave, sprocket, etc). Be careful when installing these screws. The screws go into the blind holes in the bushing that are threaded in the installed component. The holes with threads on the bushing are for removal only. Also be aware that the appearance of a flange on the outside of the bushing doesn't necessarily mean it's a QD style. The Browning Split Taper bushing also has a flange, and the two are not interchangeable. The Browning style can be identified by a key on both the inside and outside of the bushing and the flange is solid. The QD style has a split that continues through the flange. Did You Know? Chain on pages 492 and 503-579. QD Bushings on pages 566-567. SEE ALSO...

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