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Jaure Couplings has been a European leader in the production of flexible couplings and transmission elements since 1958.
Crowned Tooth Gear Couplings
- Maximum torque capacity , due to the larger pitch diameter of the gears while keeping the well known reliability and safety factors of JAURE couplings.
- Larger permissible hub bores allows more favourable size selection of the coupling for a certain shaft diameter offering important economic improvement.
- Higher permissible additional loads for starting and hortcircuit peak torque.
- Production improvements obtained with new CNC gear cutting machines and automatic charge systems togetherwith machine centres lead to highest gear accuracy and quality.
- MT :: Basic design
- MTG :: Basic design
- MTG-HD :: Heavy duty gear coupling
- MTCL :: Longer hubs
- MTX :: With spacer
- MTGX :: With spacer
- MTGX-HD :: Heavy duty with intermediate spacer
- MTXCL :: With spacer
- MTD :: With floating shaft
- MTGD :: With intermediate shaft
- MTGD-HD :: Heavy duty with intermediate shaft
- MTS :: With continuos sleeve
- MTV :: Vertical
- MTFD :: With intermediate break disc and axially limited.
- MTFS :: With brake disc
- MTF :: With intermediate brake drum
- MTFE :: With a side brake drum
- MTCO - MTC-YY :: Telescopic
- MTB - MTBX :: With shear pins
- MTNBR :: With shear pins
- MTES :: Disengaging
- MTN :: With covers
Lamidisc all steel coupling
- No need for lubrication and maintenance.
- There is no need to disassemble the coupling to inspect. Additionally, the condition of the discs can be checked while the machine is running, using a strobe light.
- The machine misalignment can be assessed.
- Torsionally rigid without any backlash.
- No wearing parts, high resistance to harsh environmental conditions.
- Infinite life if properly aligned.
- SX-6, SXR-6 :: Standard Configuration with Variable DBSE
- SX-8, SXR-8 :: Standard Configuration with Variable DBSE
- SX-10, SXR-10 :: Standard Configuration with Variable DBSE
- CC-6, CCR-6 :: Close Coupled Configuration
- CC-8, CCR-8 :: Close Coupled Configuration
- DO-6 :: Drop-Out Configuration
- DO-8 :: Drop-Out Configuration
- CC-E :: Close Coupled Configuration with Split Spacer.
- SXFD-6 :: Brake Disc configuration
- SXAC-6 :: Shrink Disc Configuration with Variable Distance between Shaft Ends (D.B.S.E.)
- SXCF-6 :: Composite Tube Configuration with Variable Distance Between Shaft Ends (D.B.S.E.).
- CX :: Reduced Moment Configuration with Spacer according to AGMA* 516
- DX :: Drop-out Configuration with Floating Assembly, Flanges according to AGMA* 516
- SU-6 :: Single disc pack configuration
- SU-8 :: Single disc pack configuration
Barrel coupling TCB-s
The barrel coupling consists of a sleeve provided with semicircular toothing around its internal diameter and a hub that is externally toothed in a similar way. A series of cylindrical barrels, of hardened steel, are inserted in the holes formed by this toothing to act as power transmission elements.
Covers with their corresponding special seals serve to assure the perfect tightness of the inner zone, preventing the penetration of dust and guaranteeing the continuity of the necessary lubrication. Two double-lamina elastic rings mounted on the hub, one on each side of the toothing, limit the axial displacement of the barrels.
The convex shape of the barrels and the internal spaces of the toothing allows the oscillation of the hub relative to the sleeve, compensating angular misalignments of ± 1º 30’ and an axial displacement that varies between ± 3 mm and ± 8 mm.
Torque is transmitted to the drum’s receiving flange, generally by two diametrically opposed flat driving surfaces, located at the periphery of the coupling flange, and also by means of a series of bolts which, at the same time, serve as connection with the drum.
Other connection systems, such as adjusted spring pins or similar, can also be used following the adequate preparation of the flanges.
The described design is appropriate for bearing large radial loads, as these are distributed over large barrel support surfaces. In the same way, this design also minimizes the effect of alternative bending of the torque on the toothing, the latter being robust thanks to its low height and large bottom section. In addition to this, due to the effect of a “crush polishing” of the hardened barrel on the tooth profile, its wear resistance is appreciably improved.
An indicator located on the outer cover, which moves relative to the marks provided on the hub as a function of wear, permits control of internal wear of the toothing without the need to disassemble any part of the coupling. The same indicator also serves to control the axial position of the sleeve relative to the hub.
- TCB-s :: Standard
- TCB-s SEB ::
- TCBN :: with splined shaft for quick mounting and dismounting
JAUFLEX Elastic Coupling
- It accommodates offset, angular and axial misalignments.
- It is comparatively small in size, and in weight.
- it has a small residual unbalance, both because it is machined, and because the elastic element is very light, and precision molded. Further balancing can be performed if necessary (VDI-2060 Q=6.3 or 2.5)
- The long life of the elastomeric element is ensured by the smooth surfaces of the hub jaws.
- Requires no lubrication, and minimal maintenance.
- Inherently electrically insulated, as there is no metal to-metal contact between the two hubs.
- Type S-A and S-AL :: Steel made
- Type SDD :: Steel made
- Type S-APF / Type S-APA :: With grey cast iron Drum / With steel Drum
- Type SXFS :: Steel made
- Type SDDL-5 :: Steel made