China Professional CZPT Customized H Type Jaw Type Flexible Couplings GS Flexible Couplings

Product Description

Densen customized H type JAW COUPLING,jaw type flexible couplings gs flexible couplings

Product Name H type JAW COUPLING,jaw type flexible couplings gs flexible couplings
DN mm 12~160mm
Rated Torque 25~25000 N·m
Allowable speed 15300~1500 N·m
Material 35CrMo/ZG270/45# steel/Aluminum alloy
Application Widely used in metallurgy, mining, engineering and other fields.

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Company Information

HangZhou New CZPT Casting and Forging Company is the sales company of HangZhou CZPT Group of Companies. Features of New CZPT simply summarized as below:

1. Trusted supplier of steel, iron & non-ferrous components;

2. Extensive documented quality program in place. 

3. Castings, forgings, stampings, machining, welding & fabrication services.

4. 9 related factories, over 50 joint-venture sub-contractors.

5. 25+ years of manufacturing experiences, 10+ years of exporting experience

6. 100% of products sold to overseas customers.

7. 50% of customer base is forturne 500 companies. 

 

 

 

Processing support

Casting Service:

Casting is a manufacturing process in which a liquid material is usually poured into a mold, which contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape, and then allowed to solidify. 

 New Densen offers multiple investment casting, sand casting, permanent casting, die casting, low pressure casting, ESR casting, lost foam casting, etc. Material can be handled include steel, iron, non-ferrous. Single component weight range is from 0.01Kg to 150 tons separately. 

 

 

 Forging Service:

Forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of metal using localized compressive forces. New CZPT offers open die forging, closed die forging and ring forging services. Material can be steel, iron and non-ferrous. Material can be handled include steel, iron, non-ferrous. Single component weight range is from 0.1Kg to 50,000Kgs.

 

Stamping Service:

Stamping (also known as punching) is the process of placing flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into a stamping press where a tool and die surface forms the metal into a net shape.

 New Densen-XBL has more than 60 sets stamping equipments, is the designed supplier for several famous bands automotive companies, has the full ability to offer whole processes from blanking, stamping, welding, to electrostatic spraying for CZPT customers.

 

Welding & Fabrication Service: 

Welding Frabrication is the fabrication process of metal structures by cutting, bending, then assembling the components together through welding 

 New CZPT offers manual arc welding ,laser welding and robot welding etc. UT, MPT,RT,PT all are available used for inspection, WPS &PQR (Welding Process Specification& Procedure Qualification Records) before production is available under clients’ requirement.  

 

 Machining Service: 

Machining is any of various processes in which a piece of raw material is cut into a desired final shape and size by a controlled material-removal process. 

New Densen-XBL has more than 60 sets precision machines incl. CNC center, boring, milling, lathing, etc., and more than 300 inspection instruments incl. 3 sets CMM with grade μm. Repeated tolerance can be maintained as 0.02mm. Meanwhile awarded by certificates ISO9001-2008; ISO/TS16949. New Densen-XBL specialized in high precise machining for small-middle-big metal components. 

 

3rd Party Inspection:

 

New Densen worked as 3rd party inspection center besides its sister factories or sub-contractors’ self inspection, Offers process inspection, random inspection and before delivedry inspection services for material, mechanical, inside defects, dimentional, pressure, load, balance, surface treatment,  visual inspection and test. Weekly project follow-up report together with pictures and videos, full quality inspection documentation available. 

New CZPT also designed as 3rd party inspection representative for several customers when their products made by other suppliers. 

 

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jaw coupling

Differences between Elastomer and Metallic Jaw Coupling Designs

Jaw couplings are available in two primary designs: elastomer jaw couplings and metallic jaw couplings. Each design has its own set of characteristics and advantages:

  • Elastomer Jaw Couplings: Elastomer jaw couplings, also known as flexible jaw couplings, feature an elastomeric spider element that sits between the two hubs. This spider element is typically made of materials like polyurethane, rubber, or other flexible polymers. The elastomeric material provides the coupling with flexibility, allowing it to compensate for shaft misalignment, angular, parallel, and axial, as well as dampen vibrations and shocks. Elastomer jaw couplings are popular for their ability to protect connected equipment from mechanical stresses and enhance overall system performance. They are commonly used in applications where some misalignment is expected or in systems with shock loads and vibrations. Additionally, elastomer jaw couplings are known for their relatively lower cost compared to metallic designs.
  • Metallic Jaw Couplings: Metallic jaw couplings, also known as rigid jaw couplings, are constructed entirely from metal, usually steel or aluminum. Unlike elastomer couplings, metallic jaw couplings do not have an elastomeric spider element and offer a more rigid connection between the two hubs. As a result, they are less forgiving of misalignment and do not provide the same level of vibration dampening as elastomer couplings. However, metallic jaw couplings offer higher torque capacity and are better suited for applications where precise shaft alignment is critical. They are commonly used in systems that require high torque transmission and minimal torsional flexibility. Additionally, metallic jaw couplings are well-suited for environments with high temperatures or exposure to chemicals, as they can withstand harsher conditions compared to elastomer designs.

The choice between elastomer and metallic jaw couplings depends on the specific requirements of the application. If flexibility, misalignment compensation, and vibration dampening are crucial, elastomer jaw couplings are preferred. On the other hand, when high torque transmission, precise alignment, and durability in challenging environments are needed, metallic jaw couplings are the better option.

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What are the temperature and environmental limitations of jaw couplings?

Jaw couplings, like many mechanical components, have temperature and environmental limitations that need to be considered for proper operation and longevity. These limitations are determined by the materials used in the construction of the jaw coupling and the specific operating conditions it will encounter. Here are some of the common temperature and environmental limitations of jaw couplings:

  1. Temperature Limitations: The operating temperature range of a jaw coupling depends on the materials used for its components, particularly the elastomer spider. Standard elastomers, such as polyurethane or nitrile rubber, are commonly used in jaw couplings and have typical temperature limits of approximately -40°C to 80°C (-40°F to 176°F). For more extreme temperature requirements, specialized elastomers with higher or lower temperature resistance may be available. It is essential to consider the ambient temperature and the temperature generated during equipment operation to ensure the jaw coupling remains within its temperature limits.
  2. Environmental Limitations: Jaw couplings can be affected by various environmental factors, and their performance might be influenced by the presence of certain substances. Some environmental limitations to consider include:
    • Chemical Exposure: Exposure to harsh chemicals, oils, solvents, or corrosive substances can degrade the elastomer spider and other components of the jaw coupling. Specialized coatings or alternative materials may be required for applications with aggressive chemical environments.
    • Dust and Debris: Excessive dust, dirt, or debris in the operating environment can accumulate on the coupling’s surfaces and affect its performance. Regular cleaning and maintenance may be necessary to prevent buildup and ensure optimal operation.
    • Moisture and Water: Some jaw couplings may not be suitable for applications where they are continually exposed to moisture or submerged in water. In such cases, water-resistant or corrosion-resistant materials may be necessary.
    • Shock and Vibration: High levels of shock and vibration in the operating environment can accelerate wear and reduce the coupling’s lifespan. Selecting a robust coupling design and appropriate materials can help mitigate the effects of these factors.
    • Electrically Conductive Environments: In some applications, it is essential to consider the electrical conductivity of the coupling’s materials, especially when dealing with sensitive electronic equipment.

It is crucial to consult the manufacturer’s specifications and guidelines to ensure that the selected jaw coupling is suitable for the specific temperature and environmental conditions of the intended application. Proper maintenance, periodic inspections, and adhering to recommended operating parameters can extend the life and performance of the jaw coupling in a given environment.

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What is a Jaw Coupling and How Does It Work?

A jaw coupling is a type of mechanical coupling used to connect two shafts in machinery. It is designed to transmit torque while compensating for shaft misalignments and dampening vibrations. The coupling consists of two hubs with three curved jaws each and an elastomeric spider placed between them.

The working principle of a jaw coupling is based on the flexibility of the elastomeric spider. When the two hubs are brought together, the spider gets compressed between them. The curved shape of the jaws allows the spider to flex, accommodating angular and axial misalignments between the shafts.

During operation, when torque is applied to one shaft, it is transmitted through the spider to the other shaft, enabling power transmission. The elastomeric material of the spider also acts as a damping element, reducing vibrations and shock loads in the system.

Jaw couplings are commonly used in various applications, such as pumps, compressors, conveyors, and other power transmission systems. Their simple design, ease of installation, and ability to handle misalignments make them popular choices for connecting rotating shafts in machinery.

China Professional CZPT Customized H Type Jaw Type Flexible Couplings GS Flexible Couplings  China Professional CZPT Customized H Type Jaw Type Flexible Couplings GS Flexible Couplings
editor by CX 2023-08-04

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