Product Description

Rubber Spider Coupling Characteristic: 

1. Performance Shock Absorber
2. Low Compression Deformation
3. Corrosion Resistance
4. Oil Resistance
5. High Pressure Resistance
6. Wear Resistance

Rubber Material Compare

E – Excellent          G – Good          F – Fair          P – Poor          
Material Properties
Property NBR  EPDM CR Silicone FKM NR SBR PU HNBR FVMQ IIR
Abrasion Resistance G G G P G E E E G P G
Acid Resistance F G F F E F F P E F G
Chemical Resistance F E F G E F F F G E E
Cold Resistance G G F E P G G G G G G
Compression Set Resistance G G F G E G G F G G F
Dynamic Properties G G F P G E E E G P F
Electrical Properties F G F E F G G F F E G
Elongation G G G F F F F F G F G
Flame Resistance P P G F E P P P P G P
Heat Resistance G G G E E F F F E E G
Impermeability G G G P G F F G G P E
Oil Resistance E P F F E P P G E G P
Ozone Resistance P E G E E P P E G E G
Tear Resistance F G F P F G G G F P G
Tensile Strength G G G P G E E E E F G
Water Resistance G E F G F G G P E F G
Weather Resistance F E E E E F F E G E G

Why Us:

We have a fully-equipped workshop that meets ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016 requirements. All products are compliant
with FDA, WRAS, UL, RoHS and REACH standards, and meet DIN, JIS and ASTM regulations. Material report and dimension
checking report are available.

1. Quality Approvals. More than 15 years professional manufacture experience.
2. Experienced Staff and Service. Professional R&D team, production team, sales team, after-sales service team.
3. Product Performance and affordable cost. Superior performance with most competitive price.
4. Prompt Delivery. Faster delivery time. 
5. Small Orders Accepted.
 

Material Rubber Metal Bonded, NR Rubber, SBR Rubber, Carbon Steel, Stailess Steel
Material Report FDA, ROHS, UL, WRAS and REACH
Dimension Standard Sizes or As per customers’ Requirement
Certifications ISO9001,IATF16949,ISO14001
Color Any colors according to PANTONE or RAL
Surface Finish Texture (VDI/MT standard, or made to client’s sample), polished (high polish, mirror polish), smooth, painting, powder coating, printing, electroplating etc.
Service Custom Made or OEM and ODM
Free Samples Okay
Production Ways CAD Drawing, 3D Files or Samples
Production Capacity 200T,300T and 500T Compressing Molding, Injection Molding, Auto Vacuum Vulcanizing, Plastic Injection, and Extrusion
Supplying Capacity One Million Pieces/ Month
Tolerance Generally±0.05mm or Better
QC PPAP, In House Control, Third Party Inspection Institution such SGS, TUV
Lead Time 15 Days for Molding, 15-20 Days for Series Production
Application Industry Machinery,Automotive,Mechanical Equipment, Construction, House Application,
Medical Machine
More Parts

Grommet, sleeve, feet, gasket, wheel, bellow, cap, dust cover, pad, washer, 

Strip, plug, stopper, grip, seal, bushing, bumper, blocks, and anti vibration mounts etc.

Supplying Standard and Customized Rubber & Plastic Parts
Established in 2004, Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Rubber is specialized in providing quality customized rubber molding,
extrusion parts, plastic injection products and some standard parts.

Meeting Various Standards
We have a fully-equipped workshop that meets ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016 requirements.
Our products are compliant with FDA, WRAS, UL, RoHS and REACH standards, and meet DIN, JIS
, BS and ASTM regulations.

Parts include, but are not limited to:
Grommet, sleeve, feet, gasket, wheel, bellow, cap, dust cover, pad, washer, Strip, plug, stopper, grip,
seal, bushing, bumper, blocks, and anti vibration mounts etc.

FAQ

1. What types of rubber do you use?

Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Rubber has extensive experience in a vast range of rubber, including: Natural Rubber, SBR, CR, NBR, HNBR,
EPDM, Silicone Rubber, FPM, ACM, FK etc.

2. What types of plastic do you use?
Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Rubber has extensive experience in a vast range of plastics, including: ABS, Polypropylene (PP), PVC, POM,
PE, PEEK, Polyamide (PA) Nylons, PBT, etc.

3. What services do you provide?
We offer a broad range of services, including, Custom Rubber Molding, Liquid Injection Molding, Rubber Extrusion, and
Rubber/Plastic to Metal Bonded Parts.

4. Why us?
4.1 More than 15 years professional manufacture experience.
4.2 Professional R&D team, production team, sales team, after-sales service team.
4.3 Superior performance with most competitive price.
4.4 Faster delivery time.

5. Perfect quality control process
5.1 Raw material inspection 
      All raw materials before warehousing must be tested, and the corresponding physical property report shall be issued,
and compared with the physical property report of raw materials. Only when the test values of the 2 physical property
reports are consistent, can they be warehoused.

5.2 Mold inspection
      After mold development or cleaning, we will check the full size of the mold to ensure that the quality of each cavity is
the same.

5.3 Product inspection
      In the process of product production, inspectors regularly inspect the semi-finished products to ensure the rationality
of the process and control the defective rate within a reasonable range.

5.4 Finished product inspection
      The double inspection can ensure that the product appearance and size are 100% qualified.

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Using Jaw Couplings in Applications with Varying Operating Temperatures

Jaw couplings are versatile and can be used in a wide range of operating temperatures. The suitability of jaw couplings for applications with varying temperatures depends on the specific material used in their construction.

Typically, jaw couplings are available in various materials, including:

  • Aluminum: Aluminum jaw couplings are suitable for applications with moderate temperature ranges. They offer good strength and are lightweight, making them ideal for many industrial applications.
  • Steel: Steel jaw couplings have higher strength and are suitable for applications with higher temperatures. They can handle more demanding conditions and are commonly used in heavy-duty machinery and equipment.
  • Stainless Steel: Stainless steel jaw couplings provide excellent corrosion resistance and are well-suited for applications that require resistance to moisture, chemicals, and high temperatures.
  • Other Specialized Materials: Some jaw couplings are made from specialized materials, such as high-temperature alloys or composite materials, to handle extreme operating conditions.

When selecting a jaw coupling for an application with varying operating temperatures, it’s crucial to consider the specific temperature range the coupling will experience. Choosing the right material ensures that the jaw coupling can perform reliably without undergoing excessive wear or premature failure due to temperature-induced stresses.

In summary, jaw couplings can indeed be used in applications with varying operating temperatures, provided that the appropriate material is chosen based on the specific temperature range and environmental conditions of the application.

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What are the common signs of wear and failure in jaw couplings?

Jaw couplings are reliable components, but like any mechanical part, they can experience wear and eventually fail if not properly maintained or replaced when necessary. Here are some common signs of wear and failure to look out for in jaw couplings:

  • Excessive Vibration: Increased vibration during operation may indicate wear in the elastomer spider or misalignment between the coupling hubs. Excessive vibration can lead to further damage and should be addressed promptly to prevent more significant issues.
  • Abnormal Noise: Unusual noises, such as rattling, clanking, or squeaking sounds, can indicate wear, misalignment, or damage in the jaw coupling. A well-functioning jaw coupling should operate smoothly and quietly.
  • Visible Cracks or Damage: Inspect the jaw coupling regularly for any visible cracks, tears, or damage to the elastomer spider or coupling hubs. Cracks in the elastomer can lead to reduced torque transmission and compromise the coupling’s performance.
  • Loose or Displaced Spider: A loose or displaced elastomer spider may result from wear or improper installation. The spider should fit securely between the coupling hubs. Any sign of misalignment or gaps in the spider indicates potential wear or failure.
  • Increased Heat: Excessive heat generation in the jaw coupling could indicate high levels of friction or misalignment, leading to wear on the elastomer spider. Elevated temperatures can accelerate wear and shorten the coupling’s lifespan.
  • Shaft Misalignment: If you notice misalignment between the connected shafts, it can be a sign that the jaw coupling is no longer compensating for misalignment properly. This can lead to increased stress on the shafts and coupling components.
  • Reduced Performance: A jaw coupling nearing the end of its service life may experience reduced torque transmission and compromised rotational speed control. As the elastomer spider wears, the coupling’s ability to transmit torque efficiently diminishes.
  • Unexpected Downtime: Frequent unexpected shutdowns or downtime may indicate coupling failure. Sudden coupling failure can lead to costly equipment damage and unplanned production halts.

It is essential to conduct regular maintenance and inspections to detect these signs of wear and failure early. Preventive measures such as proper lubrication, alignment checks, and timely replacement of worn elastomer spiders can extend the life of the jaw coupling and prevent unexpected failures.

If any of these signs are observed, it is advisable to consult coupling manufacturers or maintenance professionals for a thorough assessment and appropriate corrective actions.

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Limitations and Disadvantages of Using Jaw Couplings

While jaw couplings offer several advantages, they also have some limitations and disadvantages that should be considered when selecting them for specific applications:

  • Angular Misalignment: Jaw couplings are sensitive to angular misalignment, and excessive misalignment can lead to increased wear and reduced service life.
  • Radial Misalignment: Similar to angular misalignment, radial misalignment should be kept within acceptable limits to prevent premature wear.
  • Temperature Limitations: The operating temperature range of jaw couplings may be limited by the material used. For high-temperature applications, other coupling types may be more suitable.
  • Shock Load Absorption: While jaw couplings can handle moderate shock loads, they may not be ideal for applications with severe shock loads, which can lead to increased stress and failure.
  • Torsional Stiffness: Jaw couplings have a certain level of torsional stiffness, which means they may not provide the same level of vibration isolation as other coupling types.
  • Backlash: Jaw couplings can have some degree of backlash due to their elastomeric element, which may not be desirable in precision positioning applications.
  • Speed Limitations: High-speed applications may require careful consideration of the jaw coupling’s design and material selection to avoid issues related to centrifugal forces.

Despite these limitations, jaw couplings remain a popular choice in many applications due to their ease of installation, simple design, and cost-effectiveness. Proper selection, installation, and maintenance can help mitigate some of these limitations and ensure optimal performance and reliability of the jaw coupling.

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editor by CX 2024-05-14