XL Types High-Pressure Rubber Flexible Spider Jaw Coupling
XL Type Flexible Spider Jaw Coupling comprises a convex claw block that can be avoided due to external constraints, internal deformation, and centrifugal impact deformation; in concave-convex claw, the pressure on the surface of the involute tooth is very small, even under overload, the tooth will not wear or deformation.
Flexible jaw couplings are used in power transmission of industrial equipment such as metallurgy, mining, lifting, transportation, petroleum, chemical industry, shipbuilding, textile, light industry, agricultural machinery, and industrial equipment such as pumps, fans, compressors, machine tools, gearboxes, mixers, printing machines, and conveyors.
Easy to install;
Compensate displacement (axial, radial, angular);
XL Star Type Flexible Coupling Main Dimension:
|Shaft hole diameter||L||D||D1||B1||S|
♦Other Products List
|Universal Coupling||WS, WSD, WSP|
|Cardan Shaft||SWC, SWP, SWZ|
|Tooth Coupling||CL, CLZ, GCLD, GIICL,
GICL, NGCL, GGCL, GCLK
|Disc Coupling||JMI, JMIJ, JMII, JMIIJ|
|High Flexible Coupling||LM|
Our company supplies different kinds of products. High quality and reasonable price. We stick to the principle of “quality first, service first, continuous improvement and innovation to meet the customers” for the management and “zero defect, zero complaints” as the quality objective. To perfect our service, we provide products of good quality at a reasonable price.
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1. Design Services
Our design team has experience in coupling relating to product design and development. If you have any needs for your new product or wish to make further improvements, we are here to offer our support.
2. Product Services
raw materials → Cutting → Forging →Rough machining →Shot blasting →Heat treatment →Testing →Fashioning →Cleaning→ Assembly→Packing→Shipping
3. Samples Procedure
We could develop the sample according to your requirement and amend the sample constantly to meet your need.
4. Research & Development
We usually research the new needs of the market and develop new models when there are new cars in the market.
5. Quality Control
Every step should be a special test by Professional Staff according to the standard of ISO9001 and TS16949.
Q 1: Are you a trading company or a manufacturer?
A: We are a professional manufacturer specializing in manufacturing
various series of couplings.
Q 2:Can you do OEM?
Yes, we can. We can do OEM & ODM for all the customers with customized artwork in PDF or AI format.
Q 3:How long is your delivery time?
Generally, it is 20-30 days if the goods are not in stock. It is according to quantity.
Q 4: Do you provide samples? Is it free or extra?
Yes, we could offer the sample but not for free. Actually, we have an excellent price principle, when you make the bulk order then the cost of the sample will be deducted.
Q 5: How extended is your warranty?
A: Our Warranty is 12 months under normal circumstances.
Q 6: What is the MOQ?
A: Usually our MOQ is 1pcs.
Q 7: Do you have inspection procedures for coupling?
A:100% self-inspection before packing.
Q 8: Can I have a visit to your factory before the order?
A: Sure, welcome to visit our factory.
Q 9: What’s your payment?
Add: No.11 HangZhou Road,Chengnan park,HangZhou City,ZheJiang Province,China
Minimizing Wear and Tear on Connected Components with Jaw Couplings
A jaw coupling plays a critical role in minimizing wear and tear on connected components by providing several key benefits:
- Shock Absorption: Jaw couplings have a flexible elastomeric element between the two hubs, which acts as a cushion and absorbs shocks and vibrations. When the connected machinery experiences sudden jolts or impacts, the jaw coupling helps dampen these forces, protecting the equipment from damage and reducing wear on components.
- Misalignment Compensation: In mechanical systems, misalignment between shafts is a common issue that can lead to premature wear on components. Jaw couplings can tolerate a certain degree of angular, parallel, and axial misalignment, allowing for better alignment between the driving and driven components. This feature helps distribute forces more evenly and reduces stress on connected components.
- Resilience to Overloads: Jaw couplings can withstand temporary overloads, such as starting torque or sudden load spikes, without causing damage to the connected equipment. The elastomeric element of the jaw coupling acts as a torque limiter, protecting the machinery from excessive loads and preventing wear and tear.
- Backlash Prevention: Backlash, which is the play or clearance between mating gears or components, can cause impact forces during reversing motions. Jaw couplings offer low backlash performance, reducing the potential for impact and minimizing wear on gears and other components.
- Reduced Maintenance: By providing shock absorption, misalignment compensation, overload protection, and low backlash, jaw couplings help extend the service life of connected components. This, in turn, reduces the frequency of maintenance and replacement, leading to cost savings and increased productivity.
- Smooth Power Transmission: Jaw couplings transmit power smoothly between the driving and driven shafts, resulting in less stress on components. The torsional flexibility of the elastomeric element helps prevent abrupt torque spikes, contributing to improved component longevity.
Overall, the jaw coupling’s ability to absorb shocks, compensate for misalignment, handle overloads, and provide smooth power transmission makes it an effective solution for minimizing wear and tear on connected components. Regular inspection and maintenance of the jaw coupling are still essential to ensure its optimal performance and extend the life of the entire mechanical system.
How do jaw couplings handle axial movement in rotating machinery?
Jaw couplings are primarily designed to handle angular and parallel misalignment between rotating shafts. While they are not specifically designed for axial movement compensation, they can accommodate a limited amount of axial movement under certain conditions.
The ability of a jaw coupling to handle axial movement depends on the specific design of the coupling and the type of elastomer spider used. The elastomer spider serves as the flexible element between the two coupling hubs and is responsible for transmitting torque and compensating for misalignment. Some jaw couplings have an elastomer spider with axial flexibility, allowing the coupling to accommodate minor axial movements while maintaining effective torque transmission.
However, it is essential to note that jaw couplings have limitations regarding axial movement. They are not designed for significant axial loads or axial displacements. Excessive axial movement can lead to premature wear and damage to the elastomer spider, reducing the coupling’s performance and lifespan.
If an application requires significant axial movement compensation, other types of couplings may be more suitable. For instance, flexible beam couplings or bellows couplings are designed specifically to handle axial movement and are often used in applications where axial misalignment is a critical consideration.
In summary, while jaw couplings can handle a certain amount of axial movement, they are primarily intended for angular and parallel misalignment compensation. For applications with significant axial movement requirements, it is essential to consider coupling types explicitly designed for this purpose.
Handling Angular, Parallel, and Axial Misalignment with Jaw Couplings
Jaw couplings are designed to handle various types of misalignment that can occur between the shafts they connect. These misalignments include:
- Angular Misalignment: When the shafts are not aligned in a straight line and have an angular offset, jaw couplings can accommodate this misalignment due to the flexibility of their elastomeric spider. The spider allows for a limited amount of angular movement between the hubs, reducing stress on the connected equipment.
- Parallel Misalignment: Parallel misalignment occurs when the shafts are not perfectly aligned but are parallel to each other. Jaw couplings can handle parallel misalignment to some extent, thanks to the elastomeric spider’s ability to flex and offset slight shaft misalignments.
- Axial Misalignment: Axial misalignment refers to the displacement of shafts along their rotational axis. While jaw couplings are primarily designed for torque transmission and misalignment compensation, they have limited capability to handle axial misalignment. Excessive axial misalignment can lead to premature wear and reduce the coupling’s effectiveness.
It’s important to note that jaw couplings have specific misalignment limits, and exceeding these limits can lead to increased wear and decreased performance. Regular maintenance and inspection of jaw couplings are essential to ensure they are operating within acceptable misalignment parameters.
editor by CX 2023-10-03