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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jaw coupling

Installing and Aligning a Jaw Coupling for Optimal Performance

Proper installation and alignment of a jaw coupling are critical to ensure optimal performance, minimize wear, and prevent premature failure. Here are the steps to install and align a jaw coupling correctly:

  1. Inspect the Coupling: Before installation, inspect the coupling components for any damage or defects. Ensure that the elastomeric spider (flexible element) is in good condition and free from any debris.
  2. Prepare the Shaft Ends: Clean the shaft ends and remove any dirt, rust, or burrs. Make sure the shafts are smooth and free from contaminants that could affect the coupling’s grip.
  3. Insert the Spider: Place the elastomeric spider into the jaws of one coupling half. It’s crucial to ensure the spider is seated correctly and evenly distributed within the jaws.
  4. Align the Coupling Halves: Carefully align the two coupling halves, ensuring that the shaft ends are concentric and coaxial. Misalignment can lead to additional stresses and premature wear on the coupling.
  5. Tighten Fasteners: Insert the fasteners (usually set screws or clamping bolts) and tighten them evenly and sequentially. It’s essential to follow the manufacturer’s recommended torque values to avoid overtightening, which could damage the spider or cause stress on the shafts.
  6. Check Alignment: After tightening the fasteners, recheck the alignment of the coupling to ensure the shafts remain properly aligned. If necessary, make any adjustments to achieve accurate alignment.
  7. Lubrication: Some jaw couplings may require lubrication for smooth operation. Check the manufacturer’s guidelines for lubrication requirements and use the recommended lubricant.
  8. Run-In Period: After installation, it’s advisable to run the coupling at low speed and gradually increase the load to allow the spider to settle into its operating position. This run-in period helps ensure proper seating and further verifies alignment.

It’s essential to follow the manufacturer’s installation instructions and guidelines specific to the jaw coupling model being used. Proper installation and alignment will result in reliable and efficient power transmission, reduced maintenance costs, and extended coupling life.

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Can jaw couplings be used in applications with high shock and impact loads?

Yes, jaw couplings can be used in applications with high shock and impact loads, but their suitability depends on the specific design and construction of the coupling as well as the magnitude and frequency of the shock and impact loads. Jaw couplings are known for their ability to handle certain levels of shock and vibration due to the presence of the elastomer spider, which acts as a damping element to absorb and dissipate vibrations. However, there are some important considerations to take into account when using jaw couplings in high shock and impact load applications:

  1. Coupling Material: The choice of coupling material is crucial in applications with high shock and impact loads. Couplings made from robust materials, such as steel or alloy, provide better resistance to deformation and can handle higher impact forces compared to couplings made from less sturdy materials.
  2. Elastomer Spider: The elastomer spider is the central element of the jaw coupling and is responsible for absorbing shocks and vibrations. It is essential to select an elastomer spider with the appropriate hardness and resilience for the specific application. Harder elastomers can withstand higher loads but may transmit more vibration, while softer elastomers offer better shock absorption but have lower torque capacity. Choosing the right elastomer hardness is a trade-off between shock absorption and torque transmission requirements.
  3. Operating Conditions: Consider the operating conditions, such as the frequency and magnitude of shock and impact loads, when selecting a jaw coupling. For applications with intermittent or occasional shock loads, standard jaw couplings with moderate shock absorption capabilities may suffice. However, for continuous or severe shock loads, specialized high-torque jaw couplings with enhanced shock absorption properties might be more suitable.
  4. Regular Maintenance: In high shock and impact load applications, it is crucial to perform regular maintenance and inspections to identify any signs of wear, fatigue, or damage to the coupling components. Regular maintenance ensures that the coupling remains in good working condition and minimizes the risk of unexpected failures due to excessive loading.
  5. Consider Alternative Couplings: While jaw couplings can handle certain levels of shock and impact loads, some applications with exceptionally high loads may require more specialized couplings, such as grid couplings, gear couplings, or disc couplings. These couplings are designed explicitly for heavy-duty applications with high shock and impact loads and can offer superior performance and reliability under such conditions.

In conclusion, jaw couplings can be used in applications with high shock and impact loads, but the specific coupling design, material, elastomer hardness, and operating conditions must be carefully considered. Proper selection, installation, and maintenance of the coupling are essential to ensure reliable performance and longevity in challenging operating environments with significant shock and impact loads.

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Types of Jaw Coupling Designs

Jaw couplings come in various designs to meet different application requirements. The main types include:

  • One-Piece Jaw Coupling: This design consists of a single piece of material, typically made of steel or aluminum. It offers simplicity and compactness, making it suitable for light to medium-duty applications.
  • Two-Piece Jaw Coupling: This design features two separate hubs with a flexible spider placed in between. The two-piece design allows for easier assembly and disassembly, making it convenient for maintenance and replacement of the elastomeric spider.
  • Three-Piece Jaw Coupling: In this design, the coupling includes three parts: two hubs and an insert. The hubs are typically made of metal, while the insert is an elastomeric element (spider). Three-piece jaw couplings provide better damping of vibrations and are commonly used in applications where vibration isolation is crucial.
  • Customizable Jaw Coupling: Some manufacturers offer customizable jaw couplings, allowing customers to choose different hub styles, materials, and spider hardness to tailor the coupling’s performance for specific applications.

Each design has its advantages and is selected based on factors such as torque requirements, misalignment compensation, and ease of maintenance.

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editor by CX 2024-05-15