General Replacement Conveyor Sprockets Overview

Fluent Conveyors offers high quality flame hardened sprockets to meet almost all conveyor specifications. All sprockets are optimized to match the project specifications chain pitch and belt speed. Fluent offers hubs for all hub classes for the following: keyed hubs, torque set hubs, brass bushed hubs and any other special hub type for sprockets to meet most applications specs. 

**Please note, there may be things not listed that we do offer. Please contact us.

Fluent Replacement Conveyor Sprockets

Replacement Conveyor Sprockets Specifications

  • Key Way
  • Teeth Options
    8 Tooth, 9 Tooth
  • Bronze Bushing
  • Hub Class
    A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
  • Flame Hardened Teeth
  • Set Screw
  • bore Sizes
    15/16”, 1-3/16, 1-7/16”, 1-11/16”, 1-15/16”, 2-3/16”, 2-7/16”, 2-11/16”, 2-15/16”, 3-3/16”, 3-7/16, 3-11/16, 3-15/16”, 4-7/16”, 4-15/16”, 5-7/16”, 5-15/16", 6.5", 7", 7.5", 8", 8.5", 9", 9.5", 10"

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Engineering & Manufacturing Specifications

Engineering Specs

Fluent Conveyors sprockets are engineered with industry leading 3D CAD.  The manufacturing team has years of combined experience on conveyor sprockets and understand the most complex applications to ensure the correct sprocket size is always used. All replacement sprockets are flame hardened and are engineered closely with the production team to ensure the processes from engineering to manufacturing meets tight tolerances and QA validation.

Manufacturing Specs

Fluent Conveyors sprockets have been tested, validated and approved to meet the quality tolerances our engineering team requires. The production team, paired with a new technology, validated core processes and a great quality assurance process is vital to quality sprockets.  Our engineering team ensures all sprocket specs meet approval drawings and existing conveyor requirements.

Preventative Maintenance

Fluent Conveyors understands the importance of keeping your conveyor sprockets in great condition. Occasionally look for worn out sprocket teeth, build up in pockets, scrubbing of teeth, and ensure that the chain is not riding high on the teeth and that it’s not making a snapping or popping noise at or near the sprocket (the belt should make a simple clicking sound).

If there are issues with your sprocket, please turn off the conveyor and get a replacement sprocket installed. This will reduce strain on the chain as well as reduce the chance of other core components breaking and needing to be replaced.

If you are in need of a replacement sprocket please provide the size and placement of the key way, tooth layout (pitch diameter), bronze bushing (yes/no), flame hardened teeth, set screw and bore size etc.

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