A chain conveyor is a kind of conveyor program for moving materials through production lines.

Chain conveyors utilize a powered continuous chain set up, carrying a number of one pendants. The chain arrangement is driven by a engine, and the materials suspended on the pendants are conveyed. Chain conveyors are used for moving items down an assembly collection and/or around a production or warehousing facility.

Chain conveyors are mainly used to transport heavy unit loads, e.g. pallets, grid boxes, and industrial containers. These conveyors could be single or dual chain strand in configuration. The strain is positioned on the chains, the friction pulls the strain forwards.[1] Chain conveyors are generally easy to install and also have very minimal maintenance for users.

Many industry sectors use chain conveyor technology in their production lines. The automotive industry commonly uses chain conveyor systems to convey car parts through paint plants.[2] Chain conveyors also have widespread use in the white and brown goods, steel finishing and distribution industries. Chain conveyors are also found in the painting and coating sector, this enables for easier paint application. The products are attached to an above head chain conveyor, keeping products from the floor permits Loading chain for automobile industry higher productivity levels.