China Professional Flexible Flex Fluid Chain Jaw Flange Gear Rigid Spacer Pin HRC Mh Nm Universal Fenaflex Oldham Spline Clamp Tyre Grid Hydraulic Servo Motor Shaft Coupling

Product Description

Flexible Flex Fluid Chain Jaw Flange Gear Rigid Spacer Pin HRC Mh Nm Universal Fenaflex Oldham Spline Clamp Tyre Grid Hydraulic Servo Motor Shaft Coupling
 

Features

Material: cast iron GG25, GG20  steel: C45
Parts: 2 couplings and 1 tire body.
Size from F40-F250. and Type: “B”, “F”, “H”.
Working temp: -20~80ºC
Transmission torque:10-20000N.M
Axial misalignment: D*2%
Radial deviation: D*1%
Angular misalignment:3°-6°
Application: tire couplings are usually used in wet, dusty, under attract, vibration, rotating, and complex working conditions. like:  diesel pump
Installation: easy on, easy off.
Maintenance: no need for lubricating and durability.
 

Product Description

Size Type Bush No. MaxBore Type F&H Type H Serve over
Key
A C D F M
mm Inch L E L E
F40 B 32 33 22 M5 104 82 11
F40 F 1008 25 1″ 33 22 104 82 11
F40 H 1008 25 1″ 33 22 104 82 11
F50 B 38 43 32 M5 133 100 79 12.5
F50 F 1210 32 1 1/4″ 38 25 133 100 79 12.5
F50 H 1210 32 1 1/4″ 38 25 133 100 79 12.5
F80 B 45 55 33 M6 165 125 70 16.5
F80 F 1610 42 1 5/8″ 42 25 165 125 103 16.5
F60 H 1610 42 1 5/8″ 42 25 165 125 103 16.6
F70 B 50 47 35 M8 187 142 80 60 11.5
F70 F 2012 50 2″ 44 32 187 142 80 50 11.5
F70 H 1810 42 1 5/8″ 42 25 187 142 80 50 11.5
F80 B 60 55 42 M8 211 165 98 54 12.5
F80 F 2517 80 2 1/2″ 58 45 211 165 98 54 12.5
F80 H 2012 50 2″ 45 32 211 165 98 54 12.5
F90 H 70 63.5 49 M10 235 188 108 62 13.5
F90 F 2517 60 2 1/2″ 58.5 45 235 188 108 62 13.5
F90 H 2517 60 2 1/2″ 58.5 45 235 188 108 62 13.5
F100 H 80 63.5 49 M10 235 188 120 62 13.5
F100 F 3571 75 3″ 64.5 51 235 188 125 62 13.5
F100 H 2517 60 2 1/2″ 58.5 45 235 188 113 62 13.5
F110 B 90 75.5 63 M12 279 233 128 62 12.5
F110 F 3571 75 3″ 63.5 51 279 233 134 62 12.5
F110 H 3571 75 3″ 63.5 51 279 233 134 62 12.5
F120 B 100 84.5 70 M12 314 264 140 67 14.5
F120 F 3525 100 4″ 79.5 65 314 264 144 67 14.5
F120 H 3571 75 4″ 85.5 51 314 264 144 67 14.5
F140 B 130 110.5 4 M16 359 311 178 73 16
F140 F 3525 100 4″ 81.5 65 359 311 178 73 16
F140 H 3525 100 4″ 81.5 65 359 311 178 73 18
F160 B 140 117 102 M20 402 345 187 78 16
F160 F 4030 115 4 1/2″ 92 77 402 345 197 78 16
F160 H 4030 115 4 1/2″ 92 77 402 345 197 78 16
F180 B 150 137 114 M16 470 394 205 94 23
F180 F 4536 125 5″ 112 89 470 394 205 94 23
F180 H 4535 125 5″ 112 89 470 394 205 94 23
F200 B 150 138 114 M20 508 429 205 103 24
F200 F 4535 125 5″ 113 89 508 429 205 103 24
F200 H 4535 125 5″ 113 89   508 429 205 103 24
F220 B 160 154.5 127 M20 562 474 223 118 27.5
F220 F 5571 125 5″ 129.5 102 562 474 223 118 27.5
F220 H 5571 125 5″ 129.5 102 562 474 223 118 27.5
F250 H 190   161.5 132 M20 628 522 254 125 29.5

 

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FAQ

Q: How to ship to us?
A: It is available by air, sea, or train.

Q: How to pay the money?
A: T/T and L/C are preferred, with different currencies, including USD, EUR, RMB, etc.

Q: How can I know if the product is suitable for me?
A: >1ST confirm drawing and specification >2nd test sample >3rd start mass production.

Q: Can I come to your company to visit?
A: Yes, you are welcome to visit us at any time.
 

fluid coupling

Key Parameters in Designing a Fluid Coupling System

Designing a fluid coupling system requires careful consideration of various parameters to ensure optimal performance and efficiency. Here are the key parameters to take into account:

  • Power Rating: Determine the power requirements of the connected equipment to select a fluid coupling with an appropriate power rating. Undersized couplings may lead to overheating and premature wear, while oversized couplings can result in energy losses.
  • Input and Output Speeds: Consider the rotational speeds of the input and output shafts to ensure the fluid coupling can accommodate the desired speed range without slipping or exceeding its limitations.
  • Torque Capacity: Calculate the maximum torque expected in the system and choose a fluid coupling with a torque capacity that exceeds this value to handle occasional overloads and prevent damage.
  • Fluid Viscosity: The viscosity of the fluid inside the coupling affects its torque transmission capabilities. Select a fluid viscosity suitable for the application and operating conditions.
  • Start-Up and Load Conditions: Analyze the start-up torque and load variations during operation. The fluid coupling should be capable of handling these conditions without excessive slip or stress on the drivetrain.
  • Environmental Factors: Consider the ambient temperature, humidity, and potential exposure to contaminants. Ensure the fluid coupling’s materials and sealing mechanisms can withstand the environmental conditions.
  • Size and Weight: Optimize the size and weight of the fluid coupling to minimize space requirements and facilitate installation and maintenance.
  • Torsional Resonance: Evaluate torsional resonances in the system and select a fluid coupling with appropriate damping characteristics to mitigate vibrations.
  • Overload Protection: Determine if overload protection features, such as slip or torque limiting, are necessary to safeguard the connected equipment from damage.
  • Compatibility: Ensure the fluid coupling is compatible with the specific application, including the type of driven equipment, its mechanical characteristics, and any other interrelated components in the drivetrain.
  • Operational Costs: Consider the long-term operational costs, maintenance requirements, and efficiency of the fluid coupling to optimize the overall lifecycle cost of the system.
  • Safety Standards: Adhere to relevant safety standards and regulations in the design and installation of the fluid coupling system to ensure safe and reliable operation.

By carefully evaluating these parameters and selecting a fluid coupling that aligns with the specific requirements of the application, engineers can design a reliable and efficient fluid coupling system for various industrial and power transmission applications.

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Contribution of Fluid Coupling to the Overall Efficiency of a Mechanical System

A fluid coupling plays a crucial role in improving the overall efficiency of a mechanical system, especially in applications where smooth power transmission, soft-starting, and torque control are essential. Here’s how a fluid coupling contributes to system efficiency:

1. Smooth Power Transmission:

Fluid couplings provide a smooth and gradual transfer of power from the driving to the driven machinery. The absence of direct mechanical contact between the input and output shafts reduces shock loads and vibrations, leading to less wear and tear on the connected equipment. This smooth power transmission results in increased system efficiency and reduced downtime.

2. Soft-Start Capability:

Fluid couplings offer soft-starting functionality, which is particularly beneficial for high-inertia or heavy-load applications. During startup, the fluid coupling allows the input shaft to gradually accelerate the output shaft, preventing sudden jerks or torque spikes. Soft-starting not only protects the mechanical components but also reduces energy consumption during the starting phase, contributing to overall efficiency.

3. Torque Control:

Fluid couplings enable precise control over the torque transmitted between the driving and driven machinery. By adjusting the fill level or using variable speed couplings, the torque output can be fine-tuned to match the requirements of the application. This feature ensures optimal performance and energy efficiency, especially in systems where torque demand varies during operation.

4. Overload Protection:

In case of sudden overloads or jamming of the driven machinery, the fluid coupling acts as a torque limiter. It will slip and absorb excess torque, protecting the mechanical system from damage. This overload protection not only safeguards the equipment but also contributes to the longevity and efficiency of the entire system.

5. Heat Dissipation:

Fluid couplings can absorb and dissipate heat generated during continuous operations. This heat dissipation capability prevents the system from overheating, ensuring consistent performance and avoiding thermal damage to the machinery. By maintaining proper operating temperatures, the fluid coupling aids in improving overall efficiency.

6. Energy Savings:

With its ability to reduce shock loads and provide smooth acceleration, a fluid coupling can help save energy during starting and stopping cycles. The elimination of mechanical shocks and vibrations reduces energy losses, resulting in higher overall energy efficiency.

In summary, a fluid coupling enhances the overall efficiency of a mechanical system by providing smooth power transmission, soft-start capability, precise torque control, overload protection, heat dissipation, and energy savings. Its contributions to reduced wear and tear, energy-efficient operations, and enhanced equipment lifespan make it a valuable component in various industrial applications.

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Comparison: Fluid Coupling vs. Torque Converter

Fluid couplings and torque converters are both hydrodynamic devices used in automotive and industrial applications to transmit power between an engine and a driven load. While they share some similarities, they also have distinct differences:

  • Function: The primary function of both fluid couplings and torque converters is to transmit rotational power from the engine to the transmission or driven load. They allow for smooth power transmission and provide a degree of isolation between the engine and the load.
  • Construction: Both devices consist of an impeller, a turbine, and a housing filled with hydraulic fluid (usually oil). The impeller is connected to the engine’s crankshaft, the turbine to the transmission/input shaft, and the housing is shared between the two.
  • Torque Transmission: In a fluid coupling, the power is transmitted purely through hydrodynamic principles. The impeller accelerates the fluid, which then drives the turbine. However, there is no torque multiplication, and the output speed is always slightly less than the input speed. On the other hand, a torque converter can provide torque multiplication due to its stator, which redirects the fluid flow and increases the torque transmitted to the turbine.
  • Lock-up Clutch: Some torque converters have a lock-up clutch that can mechanically connect the impeller and the turbine at higher speeds. This effectively eliminates the slip between the two elements and increases overall efficiency, similar to the operation of a fluid coupling at higher speeds.
  • Automotive Use: Torque converters are commonly used in automatic transmissions in vehicles, while fluid couplings were more prevalent in older manual transmissions. However, modern manual transmissions generally use clutch systems instead of fluid couplings.
  • Efficiency: Fluid couplings are generally more efficient than torque converters, especially at higher speeds. Torque converters can experience efficiency losses due to fluid slippage and the operation of the stator.
  • Applications: Fluid couplings find applications in various industrial machinery, such as conveyors, pumps, and crushers, where the priority is smooth power transmission and overload protection. Torque converters are primarily used in vehicles, offering the benefit of automatic gear shifting and torque multiplication during acceleration.

Overall, both fluid couplings and torque converters play essential roles in power transmission, but their specific design and application characteristics determine their suitability for different use cases.

China Professional Flexible Flex Fluid Chain Jaw Flange Gear Rigid Spacer Pin HRC Mh Nm Universal Fenaflex Oldham Spline Clamp Tyre Grid Hydraulic Servo Motor Shaft Coupling  China Professional Flexible Flex Fluid Chain Jaw Flange Gear Rigid Spacer Pin HRC Mh Nm Universal Fenaflex Oldham Spline Clamp Tyre Grid Hydraulic Servo Motor Shaft Coupling
editor by CX 2023-08-02