CL26 Series steel disc coupling with locking assembly
The CL26 is a steel disc coupling with a locking assembly shaft attachment. It features a steel body with thicker plate springs than classic disc couplings, and each shaft end is locked to the coupling through a shrink disc and screw connection. The combination of a steel body, thicker plate springs, and a stronger connection to the shafts increases rigidity and torque transmission while still maintaining zero backlash and flexible shaft characteristics.
CL25 Series Oldham coupling
Traditional Oldham couplings consist of two toothed aluminum hubs connected to an elastomer rubber center disc. They are perfect for accommodating high amounts of parallel misalignment and axial misalignment in high torque transmission applications and have zero backlash. Stainless steel hubs and a copper insert provide several advantages over the classic aluminum and rubber design.
CL24 Series double clamp disc coupling
The double clamp disc coupling is a heavy duty version of the classic disc coupling. Double clamp disc couplings have a steel body instead of an aluminum one, and the shafts are secured on each side by a double clamping connection. With a thicker plate spring made with more metallic layers than classic couplings, they are an excellent choice when high rigidity and large torque transmission are needed.
CL23 Series high response coupling
In a servo motor system, productivity and minimum delays are the key factors. All the components must be adapted to fit the command execution accurately. For example, a command can try to make the actuator reach a predetermined position, but a delay can occur due to the stabilization time of the system.