Chain Guides Extend Chain Service Life

Extend the life of your chain and minimise expensive downtime.

Our extensive range of chain guides are manufactured in North America from UHMWPE polymer that offers an extremely low coefficient of friction, meaning your expensive chain is sliding easily across its surface, minimising chain wear.

Low-cost chain guide profiles such as our Chanex® brand enables smooth chain flow and protects the chain from metal on metal contact. This is proven to extend chain life.

There are a wide range of benefits gained from using Chanex® Chain Guides such as:

  • Lower cost of conveyor construction, as the chain guides are simply bolted or welded into place.
  • Reduced power consumption due to less friction.
  • Quieter site operation due to less chain squeal.
  • Reduced maintenance costs due to the quick turn-around of fitting replacements.
  • Will outlast steel wear strips and will not rust.

With a range of different styles available, we cover the most common conveyor chain types used in New Zealand.

Our range will suit C2060 double pitch, straight sidebar chains.

A wide range of 2.609″ pitch chains such as 81X, 81XHD, WR/WH78, H78, including these chains in rooftop variants.

We even supply our UHMWPE chain guides to suit larger pitch chains such as 6″ pitch WH132 and 4″ pitch WH124.

If we don’t have it on the shelf, we can custom design and CNC machine your chain guide to suit your exact requirements, with quick turn-around times.

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Tru-Track Options

Our Chanex® Tru-Track chain guides options are very popular.

Tru-Track has the chain profile formed into the chain guide that perfectly matches the chain.

No longer have chains tracking sideways. Tru-Track keeps the chain in its intended spot which optimally supports the chain barrel or roller and the side plates at the same time.

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ProductDescriptionTo Suit Chain
CHP200/SC2" Scanner Transfer ChanexC2060
CHP200CITT2" Channel InsertC2060
CHP2002" Standard ChanexRC80, C2060, C2080
CHP225TT2 1/4" ChanexC2080, C2080H
CHP50250-B2 1/2" Low Wall ChanexVarious
CHP2502 1/2" Standard Chanex81X
CHP300TT3" Tru-Track Chanex81X
CHP3003" Standard Chanex 81X
CHP300CITTTru-Track Channel Insert81X
CHP300HW3" High Wall Chanex81X
CHP3501253 1/2" Standard Chanex81X-HD
CHP3373 3/8" High Wall Chanex81X-HD
CHP400CITTTru-Track Chanel Insert81X, 81X-HD, H78, WH78 etc
CHP400TT4" Standard ChanexH78, H78A, WH78 etc
CHP4504 1/2" Heavy Duty ChanexWH78-XHD, H82 etc
CHP2251752 1/4" High WallBin Slide
FCP25400Flange Cap (Slip Chanex)Bin Sorter Knees & Walls
CHP6506 1/2" Standard ChanexH124, WH124 etc
CHP9009 1/4" Standard ChanexH132, WH132 etc

Contact us today. We have 3 branches. Nationwide Toll Free 0800 102 112

Supply Services Auckland

Unit 23, 761 Great South Road
Penrose, Auckland 1061
Phone: 09 589 1705
Fax: 09 589 1704

Monday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Supply Services Mount Maunganui (HQ)

67 Newton Street
Mount Maunganui 3116
Phone: 07 575 0125
Fax: 07 575 0210

Monday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Supply Services Christchurch

11-15 Dakota Crescent
Wigram, Christchurch 8042
Phone: 03 341 7200
Fax: 03 341 7300

Monday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

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Did you know that Supply Services Limited is the largest stockist of industrial conveyor chains in NZ?