ZL8 Flexible Pin&Bush Teeth Coupling

Overview Quick Details

Place of Origin:
Hebei, China
Brand Name:
Tanso
Model Number:
ZL8
Material:
Steel
Standard or Nonstandard:
Standard
Structure:
Flexible
Flexible or Rigid:
Flexible
Product name:
ZL8 Flexible Pin&Bush Teeth Coupling
Application:
Industrial Equipment
Type:
Flexible Coupling
Color:
Black
Surface Treatment:
Blackening
Certification:
ISO9001:2008
Body Material:
45# Steel
Size:
Customized Size

Supply Ability

Supply Ability:
200 Set/Sets per Month

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details
Standard expor packing and wood pallets packing
Port
XINGANG
Lead Time :
10-15 Working days

Online Customization

The Flexible Coupling method of connecting rotating shafts is a vital and necessary technique. Large massive shafting, loosely mounted in sleeve bearings and merely joined together by rigidly bolted flanges, cannot provide efficient mechanical power transmission. Especially today, as machine designers and builders demand higher speeds, higher torques, and higher misalignment capacities, the need for “flexibly connecting” this equipment becomes apparent.

A flexible coupling is necessary since it is practically impossible to achieve and maintain perfect alignment of coupled rotating shafts. During initial assembly and installation, precise alignment of the shaft axes is not only difficult to achieve but in many cases it is economically unfeasible. During operation, alignment is even more difficult to maintain. Shaft misalignment – caused by uneven bearing wear, flexure of structural members, settling of foundations, thermal expansion, shaft deflection and other factors – is an operating certainty. Because these factors are extremely difficult to control, a flexible coupling serves as an ideal answer to compensate or minimize the effects of unavoidable misalignment and end movement of coupled shafts.

A flexible coupling must provide three basic functions:

1. Physically couple together two rotating shafts for efficient transmission of mechanical power, transferring the torque of one shaft to the other, directly and with constant velocity.

2. Compensate for all types of misalignment between rotating, connected shafts without inducing abnormal stresses and loads on connected equipment, and without tangible loss of power.

3. Compensate for end or axial movement of the coupled shafts, preventing either shaft from exerting excessive thrust on the other and allowing each to rotate in its normal position.

Model Tn(N.m) [n]r/min d1 d2 Length D B Kg.m 2 m Kg Y J1 L L 1 ZL1 100 4000 12 14 32 27 76 42 0.0004 0.80 16 18 42 30 19 20 22 52 38 24 ZL2 250 4000 16 18 42 30 92 50 0.003 3.23 19 20 22 52 38 24 25 28 62 44 30 32 82 60 ZL3 630 4000 25 28 62 44 118 69 0.011 6.57 30 32 82 60 35 38 40 42 112 84 ZL4 1600 4000 40 42 112 84 158 89 0.046 14.8 45 48 50 55 56 60 142 107 ZL5 4000 4000 50 55 112 84 192 89 0.114 24.8 56 60 63 142 107 65 70 71 75 80 172 132 ZL6 6300 3300 60 63 142 107 230 111 0.28 42.5 70 71 75 80 85 172 132 90 95 ZL7 10000 2900 70 71 142 107 260 113 0.56 66.3 75 80 85 172 132 90 95 100 110 212 167 ZL8 16000 2500 80 85 172 132 300 136 1.21 107.3 90 95 100 110 212 167 120 125 130 252 202