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Floating shaft couplings

April 1, 2010
Floating Shaft CD couplings provide a torsionally stiff, zero-backlash option for connecting long distances between shaft ends

Floating Shaft CD couplings provide a torsionally stiff, zero-backlash option for connecting long distances between shaft ends.

Features & benefits

  • Flex element made of composite material simultaneously allows high torsional stiffness and low bearing loads

  • Custom designs available: Torques from 270 to 550,000 in.-lb; speeds from 500 to 15,000 rpm; lengths from 46 to 196 in.; hub ODs from 2.25 to 12 in.

  • Spacer materials include aluminum, steel, stainless steel, and titanium; custom finishes and several hub options available

Zero-Max Inc. (800) 533-1731 www.zero-max.com

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