Product Description

Product Description

COUPLINGS

HRC FCL Chain coupling GE L NM MH Torque limiter
HRC 70B FCL90 KC4012 GE14 L050 NM50 MH45 TL250-2
HRC 70F FCL100 KC4014 GE19 L070 NM67 MH55 TL250-1
HRC 70H FCL112 KC4016 GE24 L075 NM82 MH65 TL350-2
HRC 90B FCL125 KC5014 GE28 L090 NM97 MH80 TL350-1
HRC 90F FCL140 KC5016 GE38 L095 NM112 MH90 TL500-2
HRC 90H FCL160 KC6018 GE42 L099 NM128 MH115 TL500-1
HRC 110B FCL180 KC6571 GE48 L100 NM148 MH130 TL700-2
HRC 110F FCL200 KC6571 GE55 L110 NM168 MH145 TL700-1
HRC 110H FCL224 KC8018 GE65 L150 NM194 MH175  
HRC 130B FCL250 KC8571 GE75 L190 NM214 MH200  
HRC 130F FCL280 KC8571 GE90 L225      
HRC 130H FCL315 KC1571          
HRC 150B FCL355 KC12018          
HRC 150F FCL400 KC12571          
HRC 150H FCL450            
HRC 180B FCL560            
HRC 180F FCL630            
HRC 180H              
HRC 230B              
HRC 230F              
HRC 230H              
HRC 280B              
HRC 280F              
HRC 280H              

 

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FAQ

Q1: Are you trading company or manufacturer ?
A: We are factory.
 

Q2: How long is your delivery time and shipment?
1.Sample Lead-times: 10-20 days.
2.Production Lead-times: 30-45 days after order confirmed.

Q3: What is your advantages?
1. The most competitive price and good quality.
2. Perfect technical engineers give you the best support.
3. OEM is available.

 

 

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sleeve coupling

Can Sleeve Couplings Accommodate Axial and Angular Misalignments Simultaneously?

Yes, sleeve couplings are designed to accommodate both axial and angular misalignments simultaneously. They offer a certain degree of flexibility, allowing them to compensate for minor misalignments between the shafts they connect. Here’s how sleeve couplings handle axial and angular misalignments:

1. Axial Misalignment:

Axial misalignment refers to the misalignment that occurs along the axis of the connected shafts. In other words, one shaft is slightly offset from the other along their common centerline. Sleeve couplings can tolerate a small amount of axial misalignment because of their flexible nature.

When axial misalignment occurs, the sleeve coupling can flex along its length, allowing the shafts to remain connected despite the slight offset. The coupling’s flexibility prevents excessive stress on the connected machinery and helps maintain a smooth torque transmission.

2. Angular Misalignment:

Angular misalignment, on the other hand, occurs when the two shafts are not perfectly aligned in the same plane. Instead, they form an angle with each other. Sleeve couplings can also accommodate a certain amount of angular misalignment.

When angular misalignment is present, the sleeve coupling can bend and twist slightly to compensate for the angle between the shafts. This ability to flex and twist ensures that the coupling can transmit torque efficiently and reduces the risk of premature wear or damage to the system.

Simultaneous Axial and Angular Misalignment:

Sleeve couplings are well-suited to handle both axial and angular misalignments simultaneously. When a system experiences both types of misalignments, the sleeve coupling’s flexibility allows it to adjust and compensate for both the axial offset and angular deviation between the shafts.

It is important to note that while sleeve couplings can handle some misalignments, excessive misalignments should be avoided to prevent excessive wear and premature failure of the coupling. Regular inspections and maintenance can help ensure that the coupling operates within its designed misalignment limits and maintains optimal performance in the motion control system.

In summary, sleeve couplings can simultaneously accommodate both axial and angular misalignments to a certain extent due to their flexible and forgiving design. However, it is essential to ensure that the system is well-aligned and that the coupling is regularly inspected to ensure it functions correctly and provides reliable power transmission in various industrial applications.

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Are there Sleeve Couplings Suitable for Applications Requiring Electrical Insulation Between Shafts?

Yes, there are sleeve couplings specifically designed to provide electrical insulation between shafts in certain applications. These couplings are known as electrically insulated sleeve couplings. They are used in scenarios where electrical isolation is crucial to prevent the conduction of electric current between connected shafts.

Electrically insulated sleeve couplings typically feature a non-conductive material, such as ceramic or composite, as the coupling element. This material acts as an insulator, effectively preventing electrical contact between the shafts and eliminating the risk of electrical grounding or short circuits.

Applications that commonly require electrically insulated sleeve couplings include:

  • Electric Motors: In electric motor designs, the shaft may extend beyond the motor housing and come in contact with other components. An insulated coupling helps prevent current flow between the motor shaft and other conductive elements, enhancing safety and protecting sensitive components.
  • Generators: Similar to electric motors, generators may also benefit from insulated couplings to prevent electrical paths that could lead to undesired currents or disruptions.
  • High Voltage Equipment: In high voltage or electrical power transmission systems, insulated couplings are used to avoid potential electrical discharge between shafts.
  • Electrical Test Equipment: Test equipment that measures electrical properties may require electrically insulated couplings to ensure accurate readings and avoid interference.

When selecting electrically insulated sleeve couplings, it is crucial to consider the specific electrical requirements of the application. The coupling’s insulation resistance, voltage rating, and temperature capabilities should match the application’s electrical conditions.

Additionally, engineers must consider other factors such as torque requirements, shaft sizes, and misalignment compensation when choosing the appropriate electrically insulated sleeve coupling for their application.

It’s important to consult with coupling manufacturers or industry experts to ensure the selected electrically insulated sleeve coupling meets the desired electrical and mechanical performance requirements.

sleeve coupling

What are the Different Types of Sleeve Couplings Available, and How do They Differ in Application?

Sleeve couplings come in various designs, each tailored for specific applications and operating conditions. The main types of sleeve couplings include:

  1. Standard Sleeve Couplings:

    Standard sleeve couplings are the most common type and consist of a solid cylindrical sleeve with minimal features. They are used in general-purpose applications where the shafts are well-aligned and do not require significant misalignment compensation. These couplings are simple, cost-effective, and easy to install.

  2. Spacer Sleeve Couplings:

    Spacer sleeve couplings are designed with an additional spacer between the shafts. The spacer provides extra clearance and allows for increased angular misalignment compensation. These couplings are suitable for applications where shafts may experience slight angular misalignment or need more axial spacing.

  3. Split Sleeve Couplings:

    Split sleeve couplings are divided into two halves that can be installed or removed without moving the connected shafts. They are used in applications where it is challenging to slide the coupling over the shaft ends due to space constraints or other restrictions. Split sleeve couplings simplify maintenance and installation in confined spaces.

  4. Flanged Sleeve Couplings:

    Flanged sleeve couplings have flanges at both ends of the sleeve, providing additional support and improved radial stiffness. The flanges help maintain shaft alignment and prevent lateral movement. These couplings are suitable for applications where precise shaft alignment is required, such as high-speed machinery.

  5. Ring-Flex Sleeve Couplings:

    Ring-flex sleeve couplings are designed with multiple rings or segments that are stacked together to form the coupling. The segmented design provides flexibility and allows for significant angular and axial misalignment. These couplings are used in applications where substantial misalignment compensation is necessary, such as in drives with parallel shafts.

The choice of sleeve coupling depends on the specific requirements of the application. Standard sleeve couplings are suitable for well-aligned shafts, while spacer sleeve couplings are preferred for applications with slight angular misalignment. Split sleeve couplings are ideal for limited access installations, and flanged sleeve couplings offer enhanced alignment for high-speed applications. For applications with significant misalignment, ring-flex sleeve couplings provide the most flexibility and compensation.

When selecting a sleeve coupling, considerations include the magnitude of misalignment, shaft sizes, torque requirements, operating speed, and environmental conditions. Proper coupling selection ensures efficient power transmission, reduces wear on connected equipment, and extends the lifespan of the mechanical system.

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editor by CX 2024-05-15