Linear-shaft supports

Sept. 6, 2012
A line of linear-shaft supports, with removable top clamps, allow for easy shaft removal as well as reassembly without upsetting the critical alignment between parallel shafts.

A line of linear-shaft supports, with removable top clamps, allow for easy shaft removal as well as reassembly without upsetting the critical alignment between parallel shafts. The supports maintain their base-mount position, letting them return to their exact original position during reassembly.

The precision-machined supports come in anodized aluminum, so they are more than 50% lighter than conventional cast-iron or steel supports.

Two styles are available. The SBL Series is a drop-in replacement for the most industry supports with the same mounting hole locations, base dimensions, and shaft height. Their overall height is slightly shorter. The LPB Series is a lowprofile support with the lowest possible shaft height for clearance of ball-bushing pillow blocks. Both styles are available in shaft diameters from ½ to 2 in. and from 8 to 50 mm.

Ondrives.US Corp.
216 N. Main St.
Freeport, NY 11520
(888) 260-7466
www.ondrives.us

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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