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Flexible coupling TOKfor shaftstransmissionindustrial

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flexible coupling
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flexible coupling
flexible coupling
flexible coupling
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Product applications
for shafts, transmission, industrial, for mechanical power transmission, engine, for machines, for test benches
Other characteristics
backlash-free, shaft-hub, self-centering, compensating, high-performance, anti-vibration, with high torsional flexibility, high-speed, highly-elastic, low noise and vibration, custom-made, with clamp, high load capacity, custom
Installation system
flange, sleeve

Max.: 70,000 Nm (51,629.3504 ft.lb)

Min.: 100 Nm (73.7562 ft.lb)

Rotational speed

Max.: 10,000 rpm (62,831.85 rad.min-1)

Min.: 1,800 rpm (11,309.73 rad.min-1)

10,000 rpm (62,831.85 rad.min-1)


Highly Flexible Coupling Shaft for Test Benches. Test benches have a wide variety of applications in power transmission engineering. They are used to determine properties of test objects in research, development, manufacturing and quality assurance. Advantages Elements available in different torsional stiffnesses Suited for highest speeds Adaptation to DIN or SAE flanges or according to specification Self-centering, backlash-free and maintenance-free Compensation of axial, radial and angular displacements Light-weight construction through the use of high-strength aluminium Variable mounting lengths through telescopic intermediate shafts For use up to TKN, depending on the application Specifications: -40 °C to 80 °C 100 Nm to 10000 Nm Highly Flexible Coupling Shafts
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