Torque: 264 Nm - 136,500 Nm
... to axial restriction results in torque reduction of approx 20% , but this also means reduced surface pressures to both hub and shaft.
Torque: 250 Nm - 2,230,000 Nm
... in series. This type does not provide self centering, and therefore other methods of centring the hub to the shaft are required. The units do not move axially during clamping and generally self-release ...
Torque: 403 Nm - 68,000 Nm
These shaft clamping elements are designed to give optimum concentricity, both radically and axially. Similar in design to the RCK 13, but with increased length to provide improved support, and reduced pressures on both ...
Torque: 294 Nm - 48,200 Nm
... movement of the hub during clamping. Due to the additional friction between the element and hub during clamping maximum torques are reduced, but with reduction in surface pressures also. This design can ...
Torque: 12 Nm - 29,041 Nm
Available for shaft diameters down to 6mm, these shaft clamping elements are designed to fit into small diameter hubs, being particularly suited to light duty, light torque applications. ...
Torque: 45 Nm - 3,133 Nm
Available for shaft diameters down to 11mm from 60mm, these shaft clamping elements are designed to fit into very small diameter hubs, being particularly suited to Timing pulley and overload ...
Torque: 5 Nm - 2,019 Nm
Available for shaft diameters down to 10mm from 25mm, these clamping elements are designed for small low torque applications, providing concentric connection of components to shafting. The thin wall design combined with ...
Torque: 52 Nm - 1,360 Nm
... over a tab of the lock washer. The thin walls of the clamping cones, combined with low hub pressures enables use with soft materials, such as aluminium and small hub diameters.
Torque: 80 Nm - 6,500 Nm
... compact, low cost assembly. These units must always be installed inside the hub, and will then provide a reasonable level of concentricity. A small axial movement of the hub occurs during clamping.