Tsubaki Chain Withstands Higher Temperatures

A new product in Tsubaki’s Lambda chain family, the H.T. Lambda, is heat resistant, operating at temperatures between 150 degrees C...
March 17, 2008—A new product in Tsubaki’s Lambda chain family, the H.T. Lambda, is heat resistant, operating at temperatures between 150 degrees Celsius to 230 degrees Celsius, displaying no degradation at high temperatures and featuring an extended wear life, enabling the chain for use in heat sealing packaging, semiconductor production, dry and steel furnaces and die casting for automotive parts, according to the company’s press release.

The H.T. Lambda is designed for high-temperature operations that otherwise employ standard chains with special coatings, which are expensive, larger than usual, wear quickly and expend more energy while conveying equivalent power to the H.T. Lambda. The chain does not require added lubrication because it is built with oil-impregnated bushes, offering steady, food-grade lubrication that continues to function at high temperatures. 

Tsubaki refers to the Lambda chain family as eco-friendly because they are evaluated with a life cycle assessment (LCA), which measures the environmental aspects of the chains from raw materials to waste management, and they demonstrate a CO2 reduction of 89.4 percent, according to the Tsubaki press release.

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