Shaft Couplings

Torsional Couplings stop vibration, absorb loads.
Shaft Couplings

Torsional Couplings stop vibration, absorb loads.

LF, LK and LM solve torsional vibration problems common to internal combustion engine driven applications such as pumps, compressors and gen-sets. They absorb shock loads, accommodate misalignment, and handle shifting critical speeds safely above and below normal rpm operating ranges. All are non-lubricated and maintenance-free. Options include pump mounting plates and cast aluminum pump-mounting...

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Couplings resist hostile environments.
Shaft Couplings

Couplings resist hostile environments.

CD Couplings include hub and bushing that have high chemical and moisture resistance in hostile environments. Hubs are precision machined steel. Couplings are available in Single Flex models, which provide misalignment up to 3 deg angular, 0.025 in. parallel, and 0.160 in. axial. Double Flex models provide misalignment up to 3 deg angular, 0.089 in. parallel, and 0.32 in. axial. Both models are...

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Bellow Couplings assemble onto existing equipment.
Shaft Couplings

Bellow Couplings assemble onto existing equipment.

BK2 series couplings are made with split hub and stainless steel bellow. Hub allows user to assemble coupling on existing equipment where shaft ends cannot be moved. Stainless steel bellow has high torsional rigidity with zero backlash; can compensate for axial, angular, and lateral misalignment simultaneously; and has low moment of inertia. Shaft hubs are bored for shaft diameters from 0.12 to...

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Servo Insert Couplings provide dampening of loads/shocks.
Shaft Couplings

Servo Insert Couplings provide dampening of loads/shocks.

SERVOMAX EK2 series couplings have elastomer elements press fit between 2 precision machined coupling halves, which gives them zero backlash and guaranteed concentricity. Elastomer inserts, available in 3 different shore values, electrically insulate 2 coupling halves, and allow users to choose level of dampening effect. Sizes are available for torque capacities ranging from 89 to 9735 in. lbs....

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Couplings are for use with industrial machinery.
Shaft Couplings

Couplings are for use with industrial machinery.

Curved Jaw Couplings feature radial concave curvature in jaw faces, which seat against elastomeric insert molded with matching radial and axial crowning. Interface extends angular misalignment capability up to 1.3 deg, parallel offset to 0.6mm and axial float to 4.6mm. CJ Series is offered in 17 hub sizes from 30 to 420mm. GS Series is offered in 9 hub sizes from 30 to 135mm. They accommodate...

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Couplings and Collars are used in wet applications.
Shaft Couplings

Couplings and Collars are used in wet applications.

Stainless Steel Collars, Couplings, and Shaft Adapters are resistant to washdowns, detergents, harsh chemicals, solvents, fuels, and salt water. Collars include 1-piece, 2-piece, hinged, and set-screw designs in bore sizes from 1/8 to 6 in. I.D. Rigid couplings are available in 1-, 2- and 3-piece designs. Products are suitable for use as drive system components in water treatment, pollution...

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Bellows Couplings quickly mount and dismount.
Shaft Couplings

Bellows Couplings quickly mount and dismount.

BK6 stainless steel press fit bellows couplings simultaneously compensate for axial, angular and lateral misalignment. When coupling halves are properly pretensioned, coupling is torsionally rigid with zero backlash. Bellows isolates shaft bearings of drive and driven elements from any side loading due to misalignment, thus extending service life. Applications include NC and CNC machine tools,...

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Couplings accommodate many bore sizes.
Shaft Couplings

Couplings accommodate many bore sizes.

Zero-Max CD® Couplings, with QD bushing hubs, are available in Single Flex and Double Flex models. Single Flex model provides misalignment up to 3° angular, 0.025 in. parallel and 0.160 in. axial. Double Flex model provides misalignment up to 3° angular, 0.089 in. parallel and 0.32 in. axial. Both are available with steel hubs to accept QD bushings in inch or metric bore sizes....

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