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Shrink Discs Offer Maximum Reliability and Minimal Hassle

Oct. 18, 2016
When it comes to locking devices, splined or keyway-based couplings are a common method for ...
When it comes to locking devices, splined or keyway-based couplings are a common method for clamping hubs onto shafts and axles. However, shrink discs are often a superior choice in terms of cost, reliability, contamination resistance and ease of both installation and removal. Learn more about shrink disc design and operation in our new white paper, Shrink Discs: Beyond the Basics.

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