Conveyor Chain

Custom Your Conveyor Chain

Universal Chain is a manufacturer specializing in the production of high-quality conveyor chains. Its product lines cover inch, metric, double pitch and special pitch series. By adding one or more levels of accessories, our conveyor chains can be widely used in horizontal conveying, slope conveying and lifting conveying to meet the conveying needs of different industries.

Our chains have performance characteristics such as high strength, high fatigue, high wear resistance, impact resistance and long life. We are committed to providing customers with personalized conveyor chain solutions, developing and producing special conveyor chains of various designs and sizes, fully compliant with DIN and ISO standards.

Featued Conveyor Chains

Sider roller conveyor chain

When the chain is transporting materials, the side rollers will guide the direction, carry the load and run in contact with the corresponding guide rails. Mainly used in golf curve conveyors.

The chain is mainly used for load-bearing and conveying materials, and also has the function of collecting and releasing.

The chain adopts high-quality materials and advanced processing technology, and the product has the characteristics of smooth conveying and high synchronization.

The palm chain adopts the optimized design of the reinforced chain plate, the pin, the bush and the roller are hardened, and the special grease is applied, so that the chain has the quality characteristics of high strength, impact resistance and wear resistance.

Sugar machine chains by Universal Chain cover transmission, lifting & conveying in sugar production. Tough, wear/corrosion-resistant materials & heat treatments ensure quality.

This type of chain can realize the synchronous operation of the chain and the material, that is, conveying while entraining belt-like items. Widely used in textile machinery.

Features & Benefits

Versatile Series

Includes Imperial, Metric, Double Pitch, and Special Pitch chains, adaptable with various attachments for expanded functionality across different conveyor systems.

Wide Application

Suitable for horizontal, inclined, and vertical conveyance, serving industries like logistics, packaging, food processing, forestry and papermaking and more.

High Strength

Designed to withstand heavy loads and harsh environments, ensuring durability and reliability.

Fatigue and Wear Resistance

Engineered to endure continuous operational stress and minimize wear, extending the lifespan of the chains.

Impact Resistance

Built to absorb shocks, maintaining performance under high-impact conditions.

Customized Solutions

Offering tailored conveyor chain solutions meeting DIN and ISO standards, suitable for specific industry needs and operational requirements.

Why Choose Us

Quality Control

Global Chain has advanced large-tonnage inspection and testing equipment and excels in quality control, ensuring that each conveyor chain is rigorously evaluated for strength and durability. In addition, a powerful product quality traceability system can achieve full tracking from production to delivery, ensuring accountability and transparency, giving customers confidence in the integrity and quality of the product.

Customized Services

Universal Chain excels in providing tailored solutions to meet the unique needs of various industries. With a wide range of chain types and configurations, including options for specialized attachments, Universal Chain can develop custom conveyor chain solutions that enhance functionality and efficiency for your specific applications.

Sustianable Development

Universal Chains is proud to be certified as a “National Green Factory,” prioritizing resource efficiency and employing innovative technologies like water recycling to optimize water usage during production.

We Love Our Clients


Food processing and packaging

Cement Manufacturing

Agricultural Machinery

Engineering Machinery

Logistics and Transportation

Metallurgical Mining


Packaging Machinery

Palm oil production

Forest Papermaking

Port Machinery

Logistics and Transportation

Environmental protection

Food Industry

Photovoltaic equipment

Construction machinery

Automobile assembly

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Custom Your Conveyor Chain

Explore Universal Chains today – your premier partner for conveyor chain manufacturer, driving efficiency and sustainability in every link!

Frequently Asked Questions

Identifying a conveyor chain typically involves examining its structure, size, and design. Conveyor chains are characterized by their repeating link units connected by pins or rivets. They often have attachments or rollers for specific applications. Additionally, conveyor chains are usually larger and sturdier compared to other types of chains, designed to withstand the demands of industrial conveying systems.

Conveyor chain specifications encompass various factors crucial for selecting the right chain for a specific application.

  1. Pitch: determining the distance between chain pins or rollers.
  2. Width: Influencing the size and weight capacity of the conveyor.
  3. Strength: indicating the maximum load capacity or tensile strength
  4. Material: The material composition of the chain, such as stainless steel, carbon steel, or plastic, chosen based on factors like corrosion resistance and durability.
  5. Attachments: such as extended pins or rollers tailored to specific conveying needs
  6. Coating: Optional coatings or treatments to enhance characteristics like corrosion resistance, wear resistance, or lubrication.

There are several main types of conveyor chains: Hollow pin conveyor chain; Solid bearing pin chain; Conveyor chain(M series); Double plus speed chain; Wood conveyor chain; Sharptop chain; Sugar machine chain and more.

To measure a conveyor chain, you need to determine the pitch (distance between pin centers), roller diameter, roller width, plate thickness, plate height, pin diameter, and overall width. Use calipers to precisely measure each of these dimensions, being careful to capture any variations like differing inner and outer plate thicknesses or heights. Having accurate measurements of all these components allows you to properly identify the chain size by matching to manufacturer specifications or standards like ANSI, ISO, or DIN for replacement or design purposes.