Low-inertia servocouplings - R+W America

March 25, 2010
BKZ servocoupling handles an average of 2.6× the traditional torque rating at a given OD, and an average of 2.9× more lateral misalignment.
Using a special, high stiffness bellows and new, high-strength connection method, the BKZ servocoupling handles an average of 2.6× the traditional torque rating at a given OD, and an average of 2.9× more lateral misalignment. The BKS accepts 15 to 50-mm bore diameters and 20 to 1,000-Nm torque ratings and comes in four sizes in a variety of materials and finishes. A self-opening clamp system is available.R+W America, 1120 Tower Lane, Bensenville, IL 6010, (630) 521.9911, www.rw-america.com

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