China OEM Flexible Single Diaphragm Coupling Disc Couplings Torsionally Rigid Double Disc Packs with Spacer

Product Description

Product Description

 

The maximum opening value is a circular hole or a tapered hole with a keyway.

Main applications:

DWZ disc eddy current brake is mainly used as load in loading dynamometer equipment. it is experimental apparatus which can measure the dynamic mechanical properties, especially in dynamic loading test whose power value is small or tiny, also can be treated as suction power devices of other dynamic devices.

DW series disc eddy current dynamometer is, is that add device for measuring torque and rotational speed on DWZ series disc eddy current brake, it is experimental apparatus which can measure the dynamic mechnical properties, especial in dynamic loading test whose power value is small or tiny.

CW eddy current brake as a load is mainly used to measure the mechanical characteristics of inspection equipment, it and other control instrument (including loading apparatus, torque speed sensor and torque power acquisition instrument etc.) can be composed of eddy current dynamometer can be used for performance testing of the internal combustion engine, motor, gas turbine, automobile and its dynamic mechanical components, compared with other power measuring device, the CW series power measuring device has the advantages of reliability, high stability and practicability.

Eddy current brake/dynamometer Rated Power Rated torque Rated speed Maximum rotational speed Turning inertia Maximum excitation voltage Maximum excitation Current Cooling water pressure Flow of the cooling water
DWZ/DW-0.75 0.75 5 2000-2600 16000 0.002 80 3 0.1~0.3 1
DWZ/DW-3 3 10 2000-2600 14000 0.003 80 3 0.1~0.3 2
DWZ/DW-6 6 25 2000-2600 14000 0.003 80 3 0.1~0.3 3
DWZ/DW-10 10 50 2000-2600 13000 0.01 80 3 0.1~0.3 4.5
DWZ/DW-16 16 70 2000-2600 13000 0.02 80 3.5 0.1~0.3 6.5
DWZ/DW-25 25 120 2000-2600 11000 0.05 80 3.5 0.1~0.3 15
DWZ/DW-40 40 160 2000-2600 10000 0.1 90 4 0.1~0.3 25
DWZ/DW-63 63 250 2000-2600 9000 0.18 90 4 0.1~0.3 45
DWZ/DW-100 100 400 2000-2600 8500 0.32 120 4 0.1~0.3 60
DWZ/DW-160 160 600 2000-2600 8000 0.52 120 5 0.1~0.3 100
DWZ/DW-250 250 1100 2000-2600 7000 1.8 150 5 0.2~0.4 180
DWZ/DW-300 300 1600 2000-2600 6000 2.7 150 5 0.2~0.4 210
DWZ/DW-400 400 2200 2000-2600 5000 3.6 180 10 0.2~0.4 300
DWZ/DW-630 630 3600 2000-2600 5000 5.3 180 10 0.2~0.4 450

 

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flexible coupling

How does a flexible coupling handle electrical insulation between shafts?

Flexible couplings are typically not designed to provide electrical insulation between shafts. In most cases, flexible couplings are used solely for the purpose of transmitting mechanical power from one shaft to another while accommodating misalignment and absorbing shocks and vibrations. They do not offer any electrical isolation or insulation properties.

When electrical insulation is required between two rotating shafts in a system, additional components or specialized couplings are used. For applications where electrical isolation is necessary, insulated couplings or special insulation components can be employed. These types of couplings feature insulating materials, coatings, or designs that prevent electrical current from flowing between the connected shafts.

Insulated couplings can be beneficial in certain applications, such as electric motor drives or systems involving sensitive electronics. They help prevent stray currents, ground loops, and electrical interference that could potentially damage equipment or affect the accuracy of electronic signals. However, it is important to note that not all flexible couplings provide this electrical insulation capability, and users should carefully select couplings that meet the specific electrical isolation requirements of their application.

Summary: Flexible couplings, as standard mechanical components, do not inherently provide electrical insulation between shafts. They are primarily used for mechanical power transmission and misalignment compensation. If electrical insulation is needed between rotating shafts, insulated couplings or specialized components with insulating properties should be chosen to meet the specific requirements of the application.

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Can flexible couplings be used in precision manufacturing equipment, such as CNC machines?

Yes, flexible couplings can be used in precision manufacturing equipment, including CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines. CNC machines require high accuracy and precision during operation to produce complex and intricate parts. Flexible couplings play a vital role in such equipment by providing various benefits that enhance their performance and reliability.

  • Compensation for Misalignment: CNC machines often have multiple moving parts and axes that need precise alignment. Flexible couplings can accommodate small misalignments between these components, ensuring smooth and reliable power transmission without inducing additional stress or strain on the system.
  • Vibration Damping: Precision manufacturing requires minimizing vibrations that could affect the quality of the finished product. Flexible couplings with damping properties can absorb and dissipate vibrations, resulting in better surface finishes and accuracy of the machined parts.
  • Torsional Flexibility: CNC machines may experience torque fluctuations during acceleration, deceleration, or tool changes. Flexible couplings with torsional flexibility can handle these variations and prevent torsional vibrations from affecting the machining process.
  • Backlash Compensation: Some types of flexible couplings, such as beam couplings, offer minimal or near-zero backlash. This characteristic is essential in CNC machines, as it helps maintain positional accuracy during direction changes and reversals.
  • High Torque Transmission: CNC machines may require high torque transmission capabilities, especially in heavy-duty cutting or milling operations. Flexible couplings can handle substantial torque loads while still providing flexibility to address misalignments.
  • Reduced Maintenance: With the ability to absorb shocks and compensate for misalignment, flexible couplings can extend the life of other mechanical components in the CNC machine, reducing overall maintenance requirements and downtime.

It’s important to select the appropriate type and size of flexible coupling based on the specific requirements of the CNC machine, including torque, speed, misalignment, and environmental conditions. Regular maintenance and inspection of the flexible couplings will ensure optimal performance and contribute to the overall precision and efficiency of the CNC machine.

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What are the differences between elastomeric and metallic flexible coupling designs?

Elastomeric and metallic flexible couplings are two distinct designs used to transmit torque and accommodate misalignment in mechanical systems. Each type offers unique characteristics and advantages, making them suitable for different applications.

Elastomeric Flexible Couplings:

Elastomeric flexible couplings, also known as flexible or jaw couplings, employ an elastomeric material (rubber or similar) as the flexible element. The elastomer is typically molded between two hubs, and it acts as the connector between the driving and driven shafts. The key differences and characteristics of elastomeric couplings include:

  • Misalignment Compensation: Elastomeric couplings are designed to handle moderate levels of angular, parallel, and axial misalignment. The elastomeric material flexes to accommodate the misalignment while transmitting torque between the shafts.
  • Vibration Damping: The elastomeric material in these couplings offers excellent vibration dampening properties, reducing the transmission of vibrations from one shaft to another. This feature helps protect connected equipment from excessive vibrations and enhances system reliability.
  • Shock Load Absorption: Elastomeric couplings can absorb and dampen shock loads, protecting the system from sudden impacts or overloads.
  • Cost-Effective: Elastomeric couplings are generally more cost-effective compared to metallic couplings, making them a popular choice for various industrial applications.
  • Simple Design and Installation: Elastomeric couplings often have a straightforward design, allowing for easy installation and maintenance.
  • Lower Torque Capacity: These couplings have a lower torque capacity compared to metallic couplings, making them suitable for applications with moderate torque requirements.
  • Common Applications: Elastomeric couplings are commonly used in pumps, compressors, fans, conveyors, and other applications that require moderate torque transmission and misalignment compensation.

Metallic Flexible Couplings:

Metallic flexible couplings use metal components (such as steel, stainless steel, or aluminum) to connect the driving and driven shafts. The metallic designs can vary significantly depending on the type of metallic coupling, but some general characteristics include:

  • High Torque Capacity: Metallic couplings have higher torque transmission capabilities compared to elastomeric couplings. They are well-suited for applications requiring high torque handling.
  • Misalignment Compensation: Depending on the design, some metallic couplings can accommodate minimal misalignment, but they are generally not as flexible as elastomeric couplings in this regard.
  • Stiffer Construction: Metallic couplings are generally stiffer than elastomeric couplings, offering less vibration dampening but higher torsional stiffness.
  • Compact Design: Metallic couplings can have a more compact design, making them suitable for applications with limited space.
  • Higher Precision: Metallic couplings often offer higher precision and concentricity, resulting in better shaft alignment.
  • Higher Cost: Metallic couplings are typically more expensive than elastomeric couplings due to their construction and higher torque capacity.
  • Common Applications: Metallic couplings are commonly used in high-speed machinery, precision equipment, robotics, and applications with high torque requirements.

Summary:

In summary, the main differences between elastomeric and metallic flexible coupling designs lie in their flexibility, torque capacity, vibration dampening, cost, and applications. Elastomeric couplings are suitable for applications with moderate torque, misalignment compensation, and vibration dampening requirements. On the other hand, metallic couplings are chosen for applications with higher torque and precision requirements, where flexibility and vibration dampening are less critical.

China OEM Flexible Single Diaphragm Coupling Disc Couplings Torsionally Rigid Double Disc Packs with Spacer  China OEM Flexible Single Diaphragm Coupling Disc Couplings Torsionally Rigid Double Disc Packs with Spacer
editor by CX 2024-04-12

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