Ø Bicycle chain, transfers power from the pedals to the drive-wheel of a bicycle thus propelling it
Ø Chain drive, the main feature that differentiated the safety bicycle
Ø Chain gun, type of machine gun that is driven by an external power source, sometimes connected by a chain, to actuate the mechanism rather than using recoil
Ø Chain pumps, type of water pump where an endless chain has positioned on it circular discs
Ø Chain-linked Lewis, lifting device made from two curved steel legs
Ø Chainsaw, portable mechanical, motorized saw using a cutting chain to saw wood.
Ø Chain steam shipping
Ø Curb chain, used on curb bits when riding a horse
Ø Door chain, a type of security chain on a door that makes it possible to open a door from the inside while still making it difficult for someone outside to force their way inside
Ø Keychain, a small chain that connects a small item to a key ring
Ø Lead shank (or "Stud chain"), used on horses that are misbehaving
Ø Lavatory chain, the chain attached to the cistern of an old-fashioned W.C. in which the flushing power is obtained by a gravity feed from above-head height. Although cisterns no longer work like that, the phrase "pull the chain" is still encountered to mean "flush the toilet".
Ø O-ring chain, a specialized type of roller chain
Ø Roller chain, the type of chain most commonly used for transmission of mechanical power on bicycles, motorcycles, and in industrial and agricultural machinery