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TTPH Series

Uses a comb-shaped plate to minimize the gap between links. Perfect for conveying unstable containers.

Prevents conveyed items from catching, making it ideal for conveying PET bottles and unstable containers.

  • TTPH: Stainless steel pin type
  • TTPH-P: Plastic pin type
TTPH Series

1. Features

  • Slightly chamfered on both plate edges for smooth lateral transfer of easily caught containers.
  • Surface of top plate is flatter and smoother. Effective in preventing container wobbling and toppling during conveyance.
  • Has the same basic dimensions as the TTP826, so it can provide stable container conveyance just by replacing the chain.

2. Line-up

Stainless steel pin type Plastic pin type
Connecting pin: SUS304 D-pin Connecting pin: Special engineering plastic D-pin
Stainless steel pin type picture Plastic pin type picture

3. Structure

ttph Series structure

4. Model Numbering Example

TTPH 826 P - ALF
(1) (2) (3) (4)
  1. (1) Model
  2. (2) Plate width: mm (Example) 826 = 82.6mm
  3. (3) Plastic pin code: Blank = Stainless steel type, P = Plastic pin type
  4. (4) Series code*:
    • [TTPH]
      Blank = Standard series, LFW/LFG/LFB = Low friction, Anti-wear, ALF = Ultra-low friction and wear resistant, WR = Low friction, DIA/DIY = Impact resistant
    • [TTPH-P]
      Blank = Standard series, LFW/LFG/LFB = Low friction, Anti-wear, ALF = Ultra-low friction and wear resistant, WR = Low friction, DIY = Impact resistant
*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.