Product Spotlight: Flexible Servocoupling

Aug. 7, 2008
The BKL-Doubleflex Series servocoupling handles the lateral and angular misalignment that occurs during tolerance stackup in machined interfaces between motor frames, gearboxes, and their driven shafts.

These double-flex bellows couplings permit substantial lateral misalignment and have a very high level of torsional stiffness with zero backlash, and low moment of inertia.

The Series comes in 15 to 500-Nm torque ratings and accepts English or metric shafts from 8 to 62 mm (5/16 to 25/16 in.).

R+W America
1120 Tower Lane
Bensenville, IL 60106
(888) 479-8728

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