Lovejoy jaw couplings
Torque: 0.4 Nm - 1,412 Nm
Rotational speed: 0 rpm - 3,600 rpm
The L Type is a standard jaw coupling that consists of the industry's standard shaft coupling. It has the capability to provide assistance when parallel and angular shaft misalignment ...
Torque: 3 Nm - 256 Nm
Rotational speed: 250 rpm - 3,600 rpm
... from Lovejoy is an aluminum jaw coupling which is highly durable, lightweight, and resistant to corrosion, oil, dirt, sand and grease. It features a fail-safe operation as it still continues to operate ...
Torque: 10.2 Nm - 163.8 Nm
Rotational speed: 250 rpm
The SS Type Stainless Steel Jaw Coupling is the stainless steel version of the industry's model for shaft coupling. It operates without metal to metal connection, and is exchangeable ...
Torque: 338 Nm - 4,271 Nm
Rotational speed: 4.7 rpm - 1,080 rpm
The C Type higher torque jaw coupling has several features including assistance to angular and parallel shaft misalignment, enhanced torque and bore capacity in comparison to the L type, a fail-safe capability, ...
Torque: 3,774 Nm - 19,209 Nm
Rotational speed: 53 rpm - 3,600 rpm
The H type, with its removable cushions made from elastomeric cushions, is a jaw coupling suitable for misalignment of parallel and angular shafts. This fail-safe coupling does not require ...
Torque: 0 Nm - 27,996 Nm
Rotational speed: 1.2 rpm - 5,900 rpm
This shaft coupling follows the latest European standards and comes with improved torsional softness, as well as angular misalignment capabilities, for angles up to 1.3 degrees. In addition to this, the failsafe mechanism ...
Rotational speed: 3,150 rpm - 24,500 rpm
... Type Standard Curved Jaw Coupling features backlash resistance and is perfectly suited for applications that require accuracy and precision. It is fail safe meaning it is still able to perform in the ...
Rotational speed: 6,350 rpm - 25,400 rpm
Curved Jaw Style (GS Series) offers Zero backlash (no jamming) in a three-piece design. It has aluminum and steel hubs. Clamping and locking device can connect the hubs solidly to the shafts. There are four different ...
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