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The enamel of a solitary pitch sprocket mesh with 1 tooth for each sprocket. Double pitch sprockets seem like single pitch sprockets, but the chain only meshes with the other enamel. This signifies that a double-pitch sprocket has the very same quantity of tooth as a one-pitch sprocket, but only fifty percent of the teeth are engaged with the chain. The main difference is that the double pitch sprockets are cut with a unique pitch circle diameter for optimal engagement. For ep roller chains, the sprockets are the identical if the amount of enamel is 32 or much more for solitary and double chains.
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