Wholesale Snow Chain | Snow Chain Manufacturers

Wholesale Snow Chain | Snow Chain Manufacturers

Snow chains are generally made of steel chains or rubber chains (tpu). The principle is simple, easy to install, and very practical. According to the structure, the snow chains can be divided into two types: one is the snow chains that have been connected into a hood; the other is several separate snow chains installed in a cross, which is relatively simple and cheap, but the installation is not as convenient as the former.

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Shandong Lisheng Machinery Co., Ltd. is a new generation enterprise dedicated to the hardware industry. It is located in Jining City, Shandong Province, the hometown of Confucius and Mencius. The company is a professional hardware supporting enterprise integrating design, research and development, production and sales. The main products are chains, wire ropes and their accessories: shackles, turn buckles, clips, rings, snap hooks and other forgings and castings, and accept drawings and samples for processing.

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Functions of Snow Chains:

The primary function of snow chains is to provide additional traction and grip on snowy or icy roads. They create a gripping surface between the tires and the road, improving the tire's ability to maintain contact and grip. Snow chains effectively bite into the snow or ice, allowing for better acceleration, braking, and steering control. They reduce slippage and wheel spin, providing better stability and preventing the vehicle from getting stuck in deep snow or slippery inclines.

Legality of use snow chain

Laws vary considerably regarding the legality of snow chain use. Some countries require them in certain snowy conditions or during certain months of the year, while other countries prohibit their use altogether to preserve road surfaces.

Types of Snow Chains

There are different types of snow chains available to accommodate various tire sizes, vehicle types, and specific needs. Traditional link-style snow chains consist of metal links connected together, providing reliable traction. There are also ladder-style snow chains that feature a series of metal bars across the tire's tread, offering excellent grip. Additionally, there are low-profile or "sock" style snow chains made of fabric materials, providing a lightweight and easy-to-install alternative. The choice of snow chain type depends on factors such as tire size, vehicle compatibility, and personal preferences.

Process Flow of Snow Chain Installation

The process of installing snow chains involves several steps. Firstly, ensure that the vehicle is parked on a flat and safe surface. Retrieve the snow chains and lay them flat on the ground to untangle any knots or twists. Position the chains around the tires, ensuring that they are centered and aligned with the tire treads. Connect the ends of the chains, securing them tightly using the provided hooks, clasps, or tensioning systems. Once the chains are securely attached, drive the vehicle forward a short distance and then recheck the tension and alignment of the chains. Adjust as necessary to ensure a snug and even fit. Finally, drive cautiously and at reduced speeds, especially in snowy or icy conditions, while keeping an eye on the tire chains for any signs of loosening or damage.

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Four-wheel drive vehicles should use tire chains on all four tires. You must use tire chains for those wheels on the drive axle for two-wheel drive vehicles, but it's much safer and easier to control if you have chains on all four tires.

Yes! Although tire chains are often referred to as "snow tire chains," they're also good for ice and mud. Chains handle deep snow better than studded tires or winter tires, and they do just as well at cutting through ice.

Yes. All vehicles must carry tire chains or cables when entering chain-control zones, although you may not need to put them on your tires, depending on the weather. Under restriction levels R1 and R2, chains do not need to be installed on four-wheel-drives or all-wheel-drives that have snow tires on all four wheels.

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