Identifying Your Silent Chain

When replacing an existing silent chain, it is very important to correctly identify the chain that you have. If the part number and manufacturer are not known, Ramsey customer service can help you.


Click here for ten simple questions to help identify your chain. Answer as many as possible - the more information you provide customer service, the easier it will be to identify a correct replacement. If additional information is required customer service may also request a small sample of the chain in order to verify its identity. Contact us at 704-394-0322 or Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo..

Product Training Workshop Held at Ramsey Products

Company Representatives for Ramsey Products were welcomed to the Ramsey manufacturing plant for in-depth product training.

During the 1-1/2 day workshop held in late 2014, the reps learned about new products, new applications and new tools for the market. Many of the participating representatives had not previously visited the plant, so they were able to see first-hand the production line and the people they work with. New reps were given a comprehensive overview of Ramsey products; and older reps were able to learn about all that's new at Ramsey.

How-To Video:

Measuring Your Silent Chain. Learn what is meant by 'pitch,' or 'link flank angle,' or 'width over links.' Knowing how to find these measurements can make identifying and ordering industrial silent chain quicker and much easier.

Meet Our Reps:

Roy Richardson

Ri-Co Sales Inc.

Q: When did you start working with Ramsey?

A: I've been working with Ramsey since July 1, 1967.

Q: What are your most common applications for Ramsey chain?

A: Paper mills, roofing - shingle/roll roofing manufacturing, and some glass processing in Chattanooga. We sell to OEMs and distributors.

Q: Why do you choose Ramsey still today?

A: I like everything about Ramsey. I've been with them since '67. I like everything they do. I wish I had 10 lines like Ramsey Products.

Q: Can you think of any memorable stories about Ramsey products, people, or applications?

A: There was a paper mill that was having a problem with a chain product. Bob Finchum, a Ramsey engineer heard about it on Thursday and called me...