Elastomers In Compression
We presents 4 kinds of elastomer designs to allow for additional flexibility in addressing unique application necessities. One particular piece patterns are used in the “L” and “AL” versions (referred to as spiders) and multiple part “load cushions” are used in the “C” and “H” model couplings. The load cushions are in sets of 6 to 14 pieces depending on coupling dimension.
Strong Center Spider
The strong center design is typically utilized design when shafts in the driver and driven tools may be kept separate by a conventional gap
Open Center Spider
The open center layout enables to the shafts of your driver and driven to be positioned inside of a short distance
Open center spiders give shaft positioning versatility but have a lower RPM capacity
Used exclusively for your C and H Form couplings
Load cushions are held in place radially by a steel collar that’s connected to among the list of hubs
Snap Wrap Versatile Spider
Style and design enables for uncomplicated elimination of your spider without moving the hubs
Will allow for near shaft separation the many way up to the hubs highest bore
Greatest RPM is one,750 RPM with all the retaining ring, but if employed using the LC Sort (with collar) the standard RPM rating from the coupling applies
Style is available in NBR and Urethane only, and in constrained sizes
Spider Materials
SOX (NBR) Rubber
The standard material which is very flexible materials that is oil resistant
Resembles purely natural rubber in resilience and elasticity, and operates properly in temperature ranges of -40° to 212° F (-40° to 100° C)
Has 1.5 instances greater torque capacity than NBR
Very good resistance to oil and chemical compounds
Material supplies less dampening effect and operates at a temperature array of -30° to 160° F
Versatile elastomer built for higher torque and high temperature operations
Operates in temperatures of -60° to 250° F (-51° to 121° C)
Rigid, porous, oil-impregnated metal insert exclusively for low speed (max 250 RPM) applications requiring substantial torque capabilities
Not affected by water, oil, grime, or severe temperatures – operates in temperatures of -40° to 450° F (-40° to 232° C)