– Double-Section tpye curved-tooth gear couping
– Widely applicable in various mechanical & hydraulic felds
– Nylon & steel matched, maintenance free
– Able to offset axial, radial & angular misalignments
– Axial plugging assembly, very convenient
Nylon Toothed Sleeve Characteristics
– Excellent Mechanical Performance
– High rigidity
– High temperature resistance (+100C)
– Not embrittled at low temperature
– Good slippery & frictional behaviour
– Excellent electrical insulation behaviour
– Chemical corrosion endurable
– HIgh Accuracy of processing
* Simple construction-quick easy installation-No special tools required.
* Flexible insert caters for incident angular, parallel and axial misalignment.
* Absorbs shock loads and damps small amplitude vibration.
* Insert design presets correct distance between hubs, using raised pads on each leg of the insert.
* Available in a range of stock bore sizes. Can also be supplied with finished bore & keyway.
* Unaffected by moisture, grease and oils-including
non-aromatic and non-ketone solvents and temperatures within the range 40C to + 100C.
* Spacer coupling with spacer size depending upon the distance between two shaft ends.
Our Main Product
Timing belt pulleys, timing pulley bars, timing belt clamping plates.
Shaft locking devices (assemblies) and shrink discs: could be alternative for Ringfeder, Sati, Chiaravalli, BEA, KBK, Tollok, etc.
V belt pulleys and taper lock bush.
Sprockets, idler, and plate wheels.
Gear wheels and racks.
Shaft couplings: miniature coupling, curved tooth coupling, chain coupling, HRC coupling, normex coupling, FCL coupling, GE coupling, rigid and flexible coupling, jaw coupling, disc coupling, multi-beam coupling, universal joint, torque limiter, shaft collars.
Forging, Casting, Stamping Parts.Other customized power transmission products and Machining Parts (OEM).
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Limitations and Disadvantages of Using Gear Couplings
While gear couplings offer many advantages, they also have some limitations and disadvantages that should be considered when selecting coupling solutions for specific applications:
- Cost: Gear couplings can be more expensive compared to other types of couplings, especially when precision machining or specialized materials are required. The initial investment might be higher, but the long-term benefits may outweigh the cost.
- Size and Weight: Gear couplings are generally larger and heavier than some other coupling types. This can impact the overall size and weight of the machinery, which may be a concern in applications with limited space or weight restrictions.
- Maintenance: Gear couplings require regular maintenance, including lubrication and periodic inspection to ensure proper functioning. Neglecting maintenance can lead to premature wear and failure.
- Backlash: Like other gear mechanisms, gear couplings may have some inherent backlash due to the clearance between gear teeth. This slight play can affect precision applications where accurate motion transmission is critical.
- Noise and Vibration: Gear couplings can generate more noise and vibration compared to flexible couplings, especially at higher speeds. This can be a concern in applications that require low-noise operation.
- Misalignment Tolerance: While gear couplings can handle moderate misalignment, they may not be as forgiving as flexible couplings in accommodating significant shaft misalignment.
Despite these limitations, gear couplings remain a popular choice for many applications, particularly in heavy-duty industrial settings where they excel in transmitting high torque and handling demanding conditions. Proper selection, installation, and maintenance can help mitigate some of the disadvantages, making gear couplings a reliable choice for power transmission in various industries.
editor by CX 2023-08-10