High-performance CD couplings

June 7, 2012
The Series A1C highperformance CD couplings are designed for demanding servomotor and motion-control applications

The Series A1C highperformance CD couplings are designed for demanding servomotor and motion-control applications. The couplings feature high torsional stiffness, high dynamic-load capacity, and precise positioning under highspeed reversing loads without fatigue for reliable 24/7 operation. These zerobacklash couplings handle reversing loads and provide smooth operation at high speeds.

The devices are designed with improved clamp-style hubs for handling larger shafts and higher torque, as well as good shaft engagement. Shafts have increased clamping strength, eliminating the need for keyways for a cleaner, better-balanced design. The couplings come in six sizes and torque capacities range from 40 to 564 Nm with speed ratings from 6,700 to 15,000 rpm, depending on the model.

13200 Sixth Ave. N
Plymouth, Minnesota 55441
(800) 533-1731

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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