Martin sprockets set the standard for the industry, stocking more sprockets in more sizes than any other competing manufacturer. In addition, Martin offers re-bores, alterations and made-to-order sprockets in just days where other manufacturers require weeks. Their top-of-the-line products solve some of the most rigorous industry problems, and you can find them all through ProSource Industrial.
What are sprockets used for?
Used in bicycles, tracked vehicles, motorcycles, and other machinery, sprockets work to transmit rotary motion between two shafts where gears are unsuitable, and also sometimes to impart linear motion to a track. Martin Sprocket & Gear manufactures quality sprockets for a variety of uses across a variety of different industries.
Types of Martin Sprockets:
Roller Chain Sprockets– Roller chain sprockets, sometimes also called single-strand sprockets, feature a series of teeth surrounding a central bore, and are used in combination with roller chains to move conveyors and other industrial machinery.
800 Series Sprockets– This series of Martin sprockets is manufactured from high-quality semi steel. These quick-replacement split sprockets eliminate the time consuming and expensive dismounting of shafts and pillow blocks to change out worn sprockets– all you need is a wrench.
Idler Sprockets– This sprocket type is used to maintain tension in a chain or chain drive system, and often consists of nothing more than a sprocket mounted on a spring-tensioned arm. The idler sprocket consistently pulls against the chain keeping the chain tight at all times.
Metric Roller Chain Sprockets– Roller chain sprockets, sometimes called single-strand sprockets, have a series of teeth around a central bore and are used in combination with roller chains to move conveyors and other industrial machinery.
Engineering Class Sprockets– Engineering class sprockets by Martin are manufactured to tackle the toughest jobs in the most rugged of operating conditions. These high-integrity Martin sprockets are produced in various styles and designs to suit different applications.
Made-to-Order Sprockets– If you need a custom, made-to-order sprocket, Martin offers the best of the best. Not only are their products of the highest quality, but they also manufacture and ship considerably faster than their competitors.
Martin Sprockets at ProSource
If you are on the hunt for Martin Sprockets or other components and parts, find them all through ProSource industrial. Contact us to find the parts you need today!