China Stainless Steel Curved Jaw Coupling with PU Elastomer custom shaft collar

Item Description

CZPT Jaw couplings are designed as 3 piece comination,  like 2 hubs and 1 elastomer made of polyurethane.  The cuved jaw suits CZPT the spider, which minimizes shock to the motor and other sensitive gear.  
 
Commonly utilised in different mechanical and hydraulic fields 
Large precision in transmission and high rotating pace.
Suitable for extensive variety of setting, with the higest temperature 280 diploma
Good elasticity, hight toughness, corrosion resistant, wearable
No need to have to lubricate,tranquil operation 
Swift and straightforward mounting and disassembly

Item No. Max. Rotation Speed r/min 92 SH A 98 SH A 95 SH A for Φ65 and above 64 SH D
Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Power Tkmax Torsion Angle Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Electrical power Tkmax Torsion Angle Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Electrical power Tkmax Torsion Angle
Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation
UTJC-fourteen 19000 15 two. 10° 25 3.3 10° 32 four.two nine.
UTJC-19 19000 20 two.six four.eight 34 four.four four.8 42 5.5 7.2 3.6°
UTJC-24 14000 70 9.1 six.6 a hundred and twenty 16 six.6 one hundred fifty 19.2 9.9 three.6°
UTJC-28 11800 one hundred ninety 25 8.4 320 42 8.4 four hundred 52 twelve.six 3.6°
UTJC-38 9500 380 forty nine ten.two 650 85 ten.2 810 a hundred and five fifteen.3 three.6°
UTJC-42 8000 530 sixty nine 12 900 117 12 1120 146 eighteen. three.6°
UTJC-forty eight 7100 620 81 thirteen.eight 1050 137 13.8 1310 a hundred and seventy 20.7 three.6°
UTJC-55 6300 820 107 fifteen.6 1370 178 fifteen.six 1650 215 23.4 three.6°
UTJC-sixty five 5600 1250 163 18 1880 244 18 2350 306 27 3.6°
UTJC-seventy five 4750 2560 333 21.6 3840 499 21.6 4800 624 32.four 3.6°
UTJC-90 3750 4800 624 30 7200 936 30 9000 1170 forty five three.6°
UTJC-a hundred 3350 6600 858 36 9900 1287 36 12370 1608 54 three.6°
UTJC-110 3000 9600 1248 42 14400 1872 42 18000 2340 sixty three 3.6°
UTJC-125 2650 13300 1729 forty eight 20000 2600 48 25000 3250 72 three.6°
UTJC-a hundred and forty 2360 17100 2223 54.six 25600 3328 fifty four.six 32000 4160 eighty one.nine 3.6°

Ubet Jaw coupling grooving kind is backlash free of charge, utilizing screws right after slotting to remove the clearance. This grooving kind coupling is suitable for electricity transmission on principal shaft, elevating platform and equipment resource.
 
 
Substance: Alluminum for size underneath 42
               Steel for dimensions in excess of 42
Complete: Natural or Anodizing
Dimensions Assortment: 19 to seventy five
Completed bore: according to ISO fit H7
Keyway width: in accordance to DIN 6885/one
The Tolerance of keyway is Js9

US $2.2
/ Piece
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5 Pieces

(Min. Order)

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Standard Or Nonstandard: Standard
Structure: Flexible
Material: Carbon Steel
Type: Elastic Coupling
Rotex 19, 24, 28, 38, 42, 48, 55, 65, 75: Steel S45c
Rotex 55, 65, 75, 90, 95: Cast Iron

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Samples:
US$ 5/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Request Sample

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Customization:

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Item No. Max. Rotation Speed r/min 92 SH A 98 SH A 95 SH A for Φ65 and above 64 SH D
Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Power Tkmax Torsion Angle Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Power Tkmax Torsion Angle Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Power Tkmax Torsion Angle
Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation
UTJC-14 19000 15 2.0 10° 25 3.3 10° 32 4.2 9.0
UTJC-19 19000 20 2.6 4.8 34 4.4 4.8 42 5.5 7.2 3.6°
UTJC-24 14000 70 9.1 6.6 120 16 6.6 150 19.2 9.9 3.6°
UTJC-28 11800 190 25 8.4 320 42 8.4 400 52 12.6 3.6°
UTJC-38 9500 380 49 10.2 650 85 10.2 810 105 15.3 3.6°
UTJC-42 8000 530 69 12 900 117 12 1120 146 18.0 3.6°
UTJC-48 7100 620 81 13.8 1050 137 13.8 1310 170 20.7 3.6°
UTJC-55 6300 820 107 15.6 1370 178 15.6 1650 215 23.4 3.6°
UTJC-65 5600 1250 163 18 1880 244 18 2350 306 27 3.6°
UTJC-75 4750 2560 333 21.6 3840 499 21.6 4800 624 32.4 3.6°
UTJC-90 3750 4800 624 30 7200 936 30 9000 1170 45 3.6°
UTJC-100 3350 6600 858 36 9900 1287 36 12370 1608 54 3.6°
UTJC-110 3000 9600 1248 42 14400 1872 42 18000 2340 63 3.6°
UTJC-125 2650 13300 1729 48 20000 2600 48 25000 3250 72 3.6°
UTJC-140 2360 17100 2223 54.6 25600 3328 54.6 32000 4160 81.9 3.6°
US $2.2
/ Piece
|
5 Pieces

(Min. Order)

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Standard Or Nonstandard: Standard
Structure: Flexible
Material: Carbon Steel
Type: Elastic Coupling
Rotex 19, 24, 28, 38, 42, 48, 55, 65, 75: Steel S45c
Rotex 55, 65, 75, 90, 95: Cast Iron

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Samples:
US$ 5/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

|
Request Sample

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Customization:

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Item No. Max. Rotation Speed r/min 92 SH A 98 SH A 95 SH A for Φ65 and above 64 SH D
Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Power Tkmax Torsion Angle Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Power Tkmax Torsion Angle Torque N.m +30° CP Damping Power Tkmax Torsion Angle
Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation Max.T kmax Tkw Alternation
UTJC-14 19000 15 2.0 10° 25 3.3 10° 32 4.2 9.0
UTJC-19 19000 20 2.6 4.8 34 4.4 4.8 42 5.5 7.2 3.6°
UTJC-24 14000 70 9.1 6.6 120 16 6.6 150 19.2 9.9 3.6°
UTJC-28 11800 190 25 8.4 320 42 8.4 400 52 12.6 3.6°
UTJC-38 9500 380 49 10.2 650 85 10.2 810 105 15.3 3.6°
UTJC-42 8000 530 69 12 900 117 12 1120 146 18.0 3.6°
UTJC-48 7100 620 81 13.8 1050 137 13.8 1310 170 20.7 3.6°
UTJC-55 6300 820 107 15.6 1370 178 15.6 1650 215 23.4 3.6°
UTJC-65 5600 1250 163 18 1880 244 18 2350 306 27 3.6°
UTJC-75 4750 2560 333 21.6 3840 499 21.6 4800 624 32.4 3.6°
UTJC-90 3750 4800 624 30 7200 936 30 9000 1170 45 3.6°
UTJC-100 3350 6600 858 36 9900 1287 36 12370 1608 54 3.6°
UTJC-110 3000 9600 1248 42 14400 1872 42 18000 2340 63 3.6°
UTJC-125 2650 13300 1729 48 20000 2600 48 25000 3250 72 3.6°
UTJC-140 2360 17100 2223 54.6 25600 3328 54.6 32000 4160 81.9 3.6°

How to Choose the Right Shaft Collar

A shaft collar is a small, inexpensive machine component that serves a variety of purposes in power transmission. It is most commonly used in gearboxes and motors. It can serve as a mechanical stop, bearing face, or locating component. Its simple design makes it easy to install. Here are some of the most common types and their functions.
Shaft Collar

Function

Shaft collars are an important part of many mechanical systems. These devices hold mechanical components on a shaft and also help mount shafts on flat surfaces. They are available in many different styles, sizes, and materials. Selecting the right shaft collar is essential in preventing damage to components. Stafford Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of shaft collars and other related mechanical components, can help you choose the right one for your application.
There are two main types of shaft collars. The first is the Heavy Duty type. It has a larger outer diameter and wider opening. While this may seem to increase holding power, the problem with that is that it can reduce the amount of space the collar has on the shaft. On the other hand, the Thin Line type is similar, but is made with smaller outer diameters. Another type is the Threaded Bore shaft collar. These shaft collars offer exceptional axial holding power, and are designed to protect threaded shafts without causing any damage.
A shaft collar has many uses and is typically used in industrial applications. It can act as a spacer and to stop shaft movement in reciprocating applications. It can also be used to align and position parts of automation machinery.

Types

There are several different types of shaft collars. These components are critical for a variety of applications, and their design plays a large role in the performance of the resulting product. To select the most appropriate collar, designers must consider several factors, including the style, material, bore size, and geometry of the shaft. Many manufacturers provide performance data, and users can contact them for assistance.
There are many different types of shaft collars, which make it important to understand how each one works and what applications they can serve. Fortunately, shaft collars are easy to install and require little maintenance. Whether you need to secure industrial railings or position medical equipment, shaft collars are a versatile component that can be tailored to meet your needs.
One type of shaft collar is the locking collar. This type of shaft collar has a threaded end that is designed to mate with spindle bearings. They offer an increased TIR than standard shaft collars and allow for precise preload control. They also feature slots for spanner wrenches.
Shaft Collar

Sizes

Shaft collars come in a variety of sizes. You can get a small diameter shaft collar for small equipment, or a large diameter shaft collar for larger equipment. Both styles are made from solid steel, and they come in several thicknesses. You can choose between one-half inch and six-inch collars, depending on your needs.
There are no specific standards for shaft collars, but most manufacturers have similar designs. They’re either single-point faced or double-split, and can be fine or coarse threaded. They’re often used as mechanical stops, bearing faces, or as locating components. Their bore is either fine or coarse, and their outside diameter and width are determined by the shaft diameter.
Shaft collars are commonly found in mechanical and automation equipment. These ring-shaped devices hold motor components, sprockets, and bearings in place. They also allow them to be adjusted and positioned precisely. A shaft collar is often used to connect the end of a shaft to a mechanical stop.
Another type of shaft collar is called a set collar. It has a recessed area for a screw to bite into a shaft. These collars are perfect for holding sprocket hubs, bearings, and spacers. They can also be used as a rigid coupling.

Cost

When choosing a shaft collar, consider its intended application and cost. Some shaft collars are very expensive while others are quite affordable. Choose one that meets the needs of your assembly. If you’re using the shaft collar infrequently, a clamp style or a set screw style may be a better choice. Then, you can easily adjust or disassemble it with just a few tools. If you’re using it more frequently, choose a two-piece shaft collar.
The material of the shaft collar is also an important consideration. Steel and stainless steel are common choices. While both materials are strong and durable, steel tends to have better holding power. However, aluminum shaft collars are lighter and provide better strength-to-weight ratio. The type of material you choose depends on the amount of corrosion protection you need, and whether you’ll need the collar to resist extreme temperatures. If the shaft collar is going to be used in a hot environment, you may want to go with a titanium collar.
There are many different sizes and types of shaft collars. The type of collar you choose depends on the specific application and the system it’ll be used in. Consider the dimensions of your shaft, the material of the shaft, and the length of the shaft to find the right fit. If you’re not sure what size you need, ask a manufacturer for help.
Shaft Collar

Placement on shaft

In some applications, the placement of the shaft collar can be critical to the overall performance of the machine. The collar’s design must take many factors into account, including material, style, bore size, and shaft geometry. If a user is uncertain of the proper placement of their collar, they should refer to the manufacturer’s website for guidance.
While shaft collars may look simple, they’re actually essential mechanical components that are used in almost every type of machinery. Despite their ubiquitous use in every industry, they are often underappreciated due to their complexity. Many people aren’t aware of their importance or the various types of collars available. This shaft collar guide will provide detailed information to help you find the right shaft collar for your specific application.
The surface treatment of the shaft collar is another important factor that contributes to its holding power. The most common treatment is a black oxide finish. This finish enhances screw torque while preserving the frictional properties of the bore. This finish can be further optimized by applying light oil to the screw. Zinc plating is also a good option for shaft collars. This material offers better corrosion resistance, but can reduce holding power.

Clamp style

A clamp style shaft collar is a simple and effective tool for securing shafts in machine tools. Its two-piece design allows for quick and easy positioning adjustments and has greater holding power than set screw collars. In addition, its friction-based connection maintains ease of use and prevents shaft damage. This type of collar is also more corrosion resistant than set screw collars.
There are several different types of shaft collars, including single and double split collars. Single-piece clamp collars are anchored into the shaft with a single tangential screw, whereas double-piece collars are anchored to the shaft with two socket cap screws. The latter type provides more stability and axial holding power and is suitable for rotating assemblies. A single or double-piece clamp collar can also be threaded to allow for precise positioning along the shaft. Its internal threads also provide enhanced support for high axial loads and act as a positive mechanical stop.
There are different types of shaft collars, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. A set-screw collar may be preferred over a clamp-style shaft collar, but it’s not the only choice. A set-screw collar can severely mar the shaft and can prevent fine adjustments. However, it is a good idea to use the torque wrench when tightening a shaft collar.

Zinc plated

Zinc plated shaft collars are available in a variety of sizes. They are precision machined from cold finished steel bar stock and zinc plated for corrosion resistance. They are also very attractive. They are made in the USA. Whether you need a zinc-plated shaft collar for a simple repair or a more complicated installation, Lovejoy has the right solution for your needs.
The CZPT MSP-12-FZ two-piece shaft collar has a 12mm bore, 28mm OD, and 11mm width. Its clamp style design allows you to easily install and remove the shaft collar. It is easily adjustable and is stamped with the CZPT name.
China Stainless Steel Curved Jaw Coupling with PU Elastomer     custom shaft collarChina Stainless Steel Curved Jaw Coupling with PU Elastomer     custom shaft collar
editor by czh 2022-12-31