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Aluminum sprockets are produced for applications where saving weight is completely critical. Our light weight aluminum sprockets are created in China using high-quality 6061-Grade light weight aluminum alloy, also referred to as 61S alloy. This materials is a precipitation-hardened aluminum alloy which has magnesium and silicone as its main alloying elements. It really is typically used to make roller chain sprockets since it has good mechanical properties and offers good weldability.

We can supply aluminium roller chain sprockets in any chain size with any tooth, bore, and hub construction (including idlers). Typical manufacturing time is 10-12 business times but expediting options are for sale to rush circumstances. We can supply one-off pieces or bulk quantities. To get a quote on an aluminium roller chain sprocket merely give us a call, or send an email to hzpt@hzpt.com, or if you already have the facts on the sprocket you have to fill out the request form below and we’ll contacting you.
Another weight-saving option will be using a plastic material roller chain sprocket, these are typically on the shelf along with an comprehensive line of plastic material roller chain, plastic-type material bearings, and plastic-type material chain guide railing.
Aluminum Sprockets (0.250) 32T
Product Highlights
• 32 Teeth sprocket
• Works well with light weight aluminum hubs and gearmotors
• 0.100” thick and accept standard 0.25” (1/4”) metal or plastic chain
Extremely strong and light-weight
• 1/2” Bore
Description
• 32 Teeth sprocket
• Works well with light weight aluminum hubs and gearmotors
• 0.100” thick and accept standard 0.25” (1/4”) metal or plastic chain
• Extremely strong and light-weight
• 1/2” Bore

The Aluminum Sprockets (0.250) 32T are really strong and light weight. They are are .100” thick and accept standard .25” (1/4”) metal or plastic chain.
Aluminum Sprockets (0.250) 16T
Product Highlights
• 16 Teeth sprocket
• Works well with aluminum hubs and gearmotors
• 0.100” thick and accept standard 0.25” (1/4”) metal or plastic chain
• Extremely strong and light-weight
• 1/2” Bore
Description
• 16 Teeth sprocket
• Works well with light weight aluminum hubs and gearmotors
• 0.100” thick and accept standard 0.25” (1/4”) metal or plastic chain
• Extremely strong and light weight
• 1/2” Bore