In an industrial facility, motors and turbines use energy to produce rotational mechanical motion. In order to harness this motion to perform useful work, there must be a way to transmit it to other components and machines. One method of power transmission is through the use of chain drives and sprockets.
"Explain the installation and removal procedures for bushings and sprockets.
Explain how chain tension and sprocket alignment affect the operation of chain drives.
List six conditions to look for when performing both a chain and sprocket inspection
Describe three methods of lubricating chain drives.
Describe methods for link replacement."
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