Self-Adjusting Tensioner,40 ANSI Chain
- Item # 2ZRU2
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # FS0071
- Catalog Page # 117
- UNSPSC # 26111503
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- Item Self-Adjusting Tensioner
- ANSI Chain Size 40
- Idler Outside Dia. 2.98"
- Mounting Hole (In.) 3/8
- Idler Bolt (In.) 1-3/4
- Temp. Range (F) 32-225
- Force Range (Lbs.) 0-30
- Normal 10 Deg. Force (Lb.) 14
- Normal 20 Deg. Force (Lb.) 19
- Normal 30 Deg. Force (Lb.) 23
- Tensioning Arm Deflects Up To 45 Degrees Either Side Of Its Neutral Position Allowing A Pretension Force That Self-Adjusts An Idler To Everyday Elongation Of Chain Or Belt While Dampening Vibration In The Drive
- Insert Alloy Steel, Accurately Wound Compression Springs Are Used To Provide Consistent Tensioning Force
- Function Self-Adjusting Tensioner Eliminates Need For Regular Manual Retensioing
- Application Chain Drives
- Dimension A (In.) 1.67
- Dimension B (In.) 0.28
- Dimension C (In.) 0.84
- Dimension D (In.) 2.76
- Dimension E (In.) 6.37
- Dimension G (In.) 0.41
- Dimension T (In.) 1.17
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