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WT1500 Series

Chain pitch: 15mm

The combination of nose bars enables more compact conveyor ends. (*except WT1505G-K)

  • WT1505-K: Closed type
  • WT1505G-K: Closed type
    (with tab guide attachment)
  • WT1505GTO-K: Closed type
    (for right-angle transfers)
  • WT1506-K: Open type
WT1500 Seris

1. Features

  • Used in combination with GTO-K, GTO-M, or TOD chains in linear conveyance allows users to eliminate dead plates, enabling product transference with little retention.
  • Provides smooth product transfer with little retention, even in matching or alternating layouts.

2. Line-up

Closed type Closed type with tab guide attachment Closed type for right-angle transfers Open type
WT1505-K picture WT1505G-K picture WT1505GTO-K picture WT1506-K picture

3. Model Numbering Example

WT 15 05 G - K12 - ALF
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
  1. (1) Model
  2. (2) Chain pitch: mm
  3. (3) Link shape: 05 = closed type, 06 = open type
  4. (4) Blank: No tab guide attachment, G: With tab guide attachment, GTO: For right-angle transfers
  5. (5) Chain width: Inch (example) K12 = 304.8mm (12" x 25.4 = 304.8mm) *GTO-K is measured in inch width + 7mm
  6. (6) Series code*: ALF = Ultra-low friction and wear resistant, NLF = Low friction (NLF Series), LFG = Low friction, Anti-wear
*Click here for more information on each series

Notice: Integration of ULF Series with ALF Series

  • We will be integrating ULF Series Plastic Top Chain with ALF Series on orders from April 2017.
  • We will be integrating ALF Series with ULF Series Plastic Modular Chain and Plastic Block Chain on orders from June 2017.
  • Contact a Tsubaki representative for more information regarding ULF Series after integration.
  • ALF Series (ultra-low friction and wear resistant series) dramatically reduces the amount of wear debris generated from sliding with running rails (ultra high molecular weight polyethylene) under non-lubricated conditions while maintaining the same ultra low coefficient of friction coefficient as the conventional ULF Series.