Product Description

Original Natural Rubber Red Color Jaw Spider Coupling Gr100 224*113*38 

Structure:Jaw / Spider                                                                       Flexible or Rigid:Flexible
Standard or Nonstandard:Standard                                                  Material:PU, or others, PU
Brand Name:Y&F                                                                              Place of Origin:HangZhou, China (Mainland)
Model Number:Elastic spider                                                            Item:spider coupling rubber
Color:Red color                                                                                 Size:GR100
                                     
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
3000 Piece/Pieces per Month

Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
In standard export packing:suche as  carton, plastic bags etc.
HangZhou,China
Lead Time :
In 3-7 days or according to your orders
 

Place of Origin

HangZhou, China (Mainland)

Brand Name

YNF/Y&F

Property

High/low temperature resistance, oil and fuel resistance, weathering resistance, O zone resistance etc.

Shape

According to your requirement.

Color

Red color 

Material

Jaw,Spider,Rubber

Delivery

Within 10 days after payment

Packing

Plastic bag & carton box or according to your requirements.

Application

Excavator/Digger

Product show as below:

 

 

OD  

ID H
GR-28 65 30 20
GR-38 80 38 22
GR-42 95 45 20
GR-48 105 52 26
GR-55 120 60 27
GR-65 134 69 25
GR-75 160 80 37
GR-90 199 100 42
GR-100 224 113 38
GR-110 225 127 42.5

About us:
Company Information
Yingfeng Construction Machinery Limited established in 1988,having both trading company and owned factory .Office and showroom are located in HangZhou ,Xihu (West Lake) Dis. district. We produce and sell various Excavator Parts,such as coupling,Oil Seal,Hydraulic Parts,Excavator Rubber Parts,Excavator Electric Parts,Excavator wearing Parts,Engine Parts,Excavator Filters,Excavator Gears,Bearings,Excavator A/C Parts,Excavator Undercarriage Parts and Some air compressor couplings.

FAQ

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Using Jaw Couplings in Precision Motion Control Systems

Jaw couplings are versatile mechanical couplings commonly used in various industrial applications for transmitting torque between two shafts. While they offer many benefits such as simplicity, cost-effectiveness, and ease of installation, they may not be the best choice for precision motion control systems that require extremely accurate and repeatable positioning. The following factors should be considered when using jaw couplings in precision motion control systems:

  • Backlash: Jaw couplings typically have some degree of backlash due to the clearance between the jaws and the spacers. This can introduce positional errors and limit the ability to achieve precise movements, especially in systems that require bidirectional positioning.
  • Angular and Parallel Misalignment: While jaw couplings can accommodate some degree of misalignment, precision motion control systems often require tight tolerances and minimal misalignment to achieve accurate positioning. In such cases, more rigid and flexible couplings, such as servo couplings or beam couplings, may be preferred.
  • Torsional Stiffness: In precision motion control, minimizing torsional wind-up and maintaining torsional stiffness is essential for precise and responsive movements. Jaw couplings may not provide the required level of torsional stiffness needed for high-performance motion control applications.
  • Resonance and Vibration: In precision motion systems, avoiding resonance and minimizing vibration is crucial for stability and accuracy. The damping characteristics of jaw couplings may not be sufficient to suppress vibrations and resonant frequencies, which can adversely affect performance.

While jaw couplings are widely used in general industrial applications, precision motion control systems often demand more specialized and precise coupling solutions. Some alternatives that are better suited for precision motion control applications include servo couplings, beam couplings, and disc couplings. These couplings offer higher torsional stiffness, lower backlash, and better overall performance for demanding motion control requirements.

When selecting a coupling for precision motion control, it is essential to consider the specific requirements of the application, including torque, speed, misalignment, and stiffness, to ensure the chosen coupling can meet the precision and performance demands of the system.

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How do jaw couplings handle axial movement in rotating machinery?

Jaw couplings are primarily designed to handle angular and parallel misalignment between rotating shafts. While they are not specifically designed for axial movement compensation, they can accommodate a limited amount of axial movement under certain conditions.

The ability of a jaw coupling to handle axial movement depends on the specific design of the coupling and the type of elastomer spider used. The elastomer spider serves as the flexible element between the two coupling hubs and is responsible for transmitting torque and compensating for misalignment. Some jaw couplings have an elastomer spider with axial flexibility, allowing the coupling to accommodate minor axial movements while maintaining effective torque transmission.

However, it is essential to note that jaw couplings have limitations regarding axial movement. They are not designed for significant axial loads or axial displacements. Excessive axial movement can lead to premature wear and damage to the elastomer spider, reducing the coupling’s performance and lifespan.

If an application requires significant axial movement compensation, other types of couplings may be more suitable. For instance, flexible beam couplings or bellows couplings are designed specifically to handle axial movement and are often used in applications where axial misalignment is a critical consideration.

In summary, while jaw couplings can handle a certain amount of axial movement, they are primarily intended for angular and parallel misalignment compensation. For applications with significant axial movement requirements, it is essential to consider coupling types explicitly designed for this purpose.

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Handling Angular, Parallel, and Axial Misalignment with Jaw Couplings

Jaw couplings are designed to handle various types of misalignment that can occur between the shafts they connect. These misalignments include:

  • Angular Misalignment: When the shafts are not aligned in a straight line and have an angular offset, jaw couplings can accommodate this misalignment due to the flexibility of their elastomeric spider. The spider allows for a limited amount of angular movement between the hubs, reducing stress on the connected equipment.
  • Parallel Misalignment: Parallel misalignment occurs when the shafts are not perfectly aligned but are parallel to each other. Jaw couplings can handle parallel misalignment to some extent, thanks to the elastomeric spider’s ability to flex and offset slight shaft misalignments.
  • Axial Misalignment: Axial misalignment refers to the displacement of shafts along their rotational axis. While jaw couplings are primarily designed for torque transmission and misalignment compensation, they have limited capability to handle axial misalignment. Excessive axial misalignment can lead to premature wear and reduce the coupling’s effectiveness.

It’s important to note that jaw couplings have specific misalignment limits, and exceeding these limits can lead to increased wear and decreased performance. Regular maintenance and inspection of jaw couplings are essential to ensure they are operating within acceptable misalignment parameters.

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editor by CX 2024-04-17