– Double-Section tpye curved-tooth gear couping
– Commonly applicable in CZPT mechanical & hydraulic felds
– Nylon & metal matched, servicing free of charge
– Ready to offset axial, radial & angular misalignments
– Axial plugging assembly, extremely convenient
Nylon Toothed Sleeve Characteristics
– Superb CZPT Overall performance
– CZPT rigidity
– CZPT temperature resistance (+100C)
– Not embrittled at low temperature
– CZPT slippery & frictional behaviour
– Exceptional electrical insulation conduct
– CZPT corrosion endurable
– Large Precision 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 Major Merchandise
Timing belt pulleys, timing pulley bars, timing belt clamping plates.
Shaft locking devices (assemblies) and shrink discs: CZPT option for Ringfeder, Sati, Chiaravalli, BEA, KBK, Tollok, and so forth.
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 CZPT , jaw coupling, disc coupling, multi-beam coupling, CZPT joint, torque limiter, shaft collars.
Forging, Casting, Stamping Parts.Other customized power transmission products and Machining Parts (OEM).
Packaging & CZPT
1. Clean the shaft, the internal and outer holes of the bushing, and the inner hole of the hub. Remove any oil, paint or dirt, place the bushing on the hub, and match the fifty percent holes to make total holes (each and every full gap will only be threaded on one aspect). Evenly oil the threads and points of established screws or the threads and heads of cap screws. Loosely spot the screws in the threaded holes on the hub side. Make confident the bushing is totally free on the hub. Snap the assembly onto the shaft and placement it in the desired position. Tighten the screws alternately and evenly until finally all are restricted 5. Hammer the huge finish of the bushing with a hammer and block or socket to stay away from injury. The screw can now be turned somewhat to the specified torque placing. Repeat this alternating hammering and screw retightening until finally the specified torque is reached. Fill all holes with grease to eliminate grime.