New TSC500 Flexible Coupling Offers Same Thrust in Either Direction

Press Release Summary:

The TSC500 (500 ft-lb) Flexible Coupling from Twin Spring is made from 2 counter wound torsion springs. The unit can be operated over a wide range of angles. It features a minimal backlash and torsional stiff and can run in harsh environments like water, mud and dust.

Original Press Release:

New 500 ft-lb Flexible Coupling Technology That Requires No Maintenance

New coupling with no moving parts and no bearings to constantly maintain

Pearl River, New York, August 22, 2018– Twin Spring Coupling announced the release of its new TSC500 (500 ft lbs) flexible coupling solution. Made from 2 counter wound torsion springs and no internal components means a maintenance free flexible coupling with the ability to work at larger angles than traditional universal, CV, Cardan, beam, bellows and other flexible coupling units, at both low and high speed.

“Our patented coupling has no internal components means minimal maintenance and can run in harsh environments like water, mud, dust. This saves on annual maintenance and constant replacement of existing coupling technology, add up to big savings for both the OEM and the customer” says Darren Finch CEO of Twin Spring Coupling.

The flexibility of the springs means it can operate over a wider range of angles, and can take punishment that would destroy most other coupling technology. This means a stronger coupling that is more flexible than what the market offers today. The two spring’s means the unit is also multi directional offering the same amount of thrust in either direction. Minimal backlash and torsional stiff means the ability to swap out existing coupling technology makes the TSC300 or 500 a great choice for engineers looking for an improved customer experience.

“We are happy to release our latest product to the market, as the coupling is a new direction in drivetrain technology and allows designers and users more from their machinery” states Mr Finch.

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