SU-6 Variety Industrial Coupling
The SU Kind coupling can be a 6 bolt single flex plane coupling which consists of two hubs and one particular disc pack kit. It really is only ideal to the specified axial and angular misalignment and won’t accommodate parallel misalignment. It is actually frequently mixed with solid shafts to make floating shaft couplings. See Webpage D-28 for a picture of an SXFS Form floating shaft coupling.
Attributes
Unitized disc pack
Infinite daily life when properly aligned
Torsionally rigid with no any back lash
No want for lubrication or maintenance
No wearing elements and high resistance to harsh environmental circumstances
Bigger sizes are available on request
SX-6 Style Industrial Coupling
The SX-6 Style is usually a standard coupling with two hubs, a spacer, and two disc pack kits. The coupling has two flex planes (1 at every single disc pack) so it could possibly accommodate parallel misalignment by the angular misalignment in each and every disc pack. This configuration will even accommodate axial misalignment inside of the specified limits.
Options
Unitized disc pack
Infinite daily life when thoroughly sized and aligned
Accommodates angular, axial, and parallel misalignment
Torsionally rigid with out any back lash
No need to have for lubrication or upkeep
No wearing elements and substantial resistance to harsh environmental circumstances
Overload Bushings can be found
SX-8 Style Industrial Coupling
The SX-8 Type is a typical coupling with two hubs, a spacer, and two disc pack kits. The coupling has two flex planes (one at each and every disc pack) so it might accommodate parallel misalignment by the angular misalignment in each disc pack. This configuration may also accommodate axial misalignment inside of the specified limits.
Functions
Unitized disc pack
Infinite daily life if effectively aligned
Accommodates angular, axial, and parallel misalignment
Torsionally rigid devoid of any back lash
No require for lubrication or servicing
No sporting elements and high resistance to harsh environmental conditions.