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gear coupling / pump / motor / steel
H Voith GmbH & Co. KGaA

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    gear

  • Product applications:

    pump, motor

  • Material:

    steel

  • Other characteristics:

    compact, torque

  • Installation system:

    flange

  • Torque:

    Max.: 3,700 Nm (2,728.98 ft.lb)

    Min.: 0 Nm (0 ft.lb)

  • Rotational speed:

    Max.: 3,200 rpm (20,106.19 rad.min-1)

    Min.: 0 rpm (0 rad.min-1)

Description

Highly flexible H couplings are especially well suited for pump power distributors and converter gear units. These couplings feature two damping systems working in parallel: a spring-mass system and a viscous-hydraulic damping system. These couplings are very compact, temperature-resistant, and highly versatile.
H couplings dampen torsional vibrations and torque shocks in the driveline. The operational stability and service life of your system or your vehicle are increased, which in turn increases availability and reduces life cycle costs.
A torsional limiting device is optional.
Resonance speeds are shifted into non-critical speed ranges. The system runs quieter, increasing comfort when operating the equipment or vehicle.
The coupling takes the load off all of the drive components, increasing their service life and reducing maintenance costs. The net result is a positive impact on the life cycle costs (LCC) for your system or vehicle – not to mention preventing downtimes and associated costs.
Radially arranged steel compression springs transfer the torque from the motor to the driven machine. The springs generate high damping values and operate virtually wear-free. The coupling features very long uptimes. This keeps your service and maintenance costs low.
The damping effect of the steel springs remains constant over a very wide range of temperatures. Wide fluctuations in temperature have almost no effect on the operation of the coupling, which means your system or vehicle operates more safely even under extreme environmental conditions.