Product News: Mechanical Components & Assemblies
Hex Hole Sleeves can replace spliced shafts and bushings.
Press Release Summary:
December 6, 2005 - Available in 8 different lengths from ¾-3¼ in., carbon steel Series A 7C20 can be used as sliding couplings, extensions for socket drives, bearing carriers, and as sliding bearings. Broached hex holes maintain tolerance of ±.001 in. and range in width across flats from .128-.628 in. Sleeves can serve as replacement in applications requiring spliced shafts and bushings, where precision tolerances are not required.
Original Press Release
New Low Cost Hex Hole Sleeves from SDP Have Varied Unique Applications
Press release date: November 21, 2005
New Hyde Park, New York - A new line of low cost hex hole sleeves introduced by Stock Drive Products can be used as sliding couplings, extensions for socket drives, bearing carriers and as sliding bearings. They serve as an economical replacement in applications requiring spliced shafts and bushings, where precision tolerances are not required.
The carbon steel hex hole sleeves, identified as the A 7C20 series, are stocked in 8 different lengths from 3/4" to 3 1/4". The broached hex holes maintain a tolerance of ±.001" and range in width across flats from .128" to .628". List prices range between $8.35 and $12.90 for prototype quantities. A complete line of hex stock is also available to accommodate these sleeves.
Complete technical specifications are shown in SDP Catalog D790, available free upon request from Stock Drive Products, 2101 Jericho Turnpike, P.O. Box 5416, New Hyde Park, NY 11042-5416. Phone: 516-328-3300 Fax: 516-326-8827. Web: http://sdp-si.com/Press/New/Sleeves19_3.htm