FHDFS Variety Floating Shaft Couplings
The FHDFS Type coupling includes two flex-rigid couplings and a single floating shaft. The coupling is supplied with the rigid hubs outboard unless of course otherwise specified. The coupling comes with exposed bolts only.
Features
Flex Hubs for lengthy existence
Regular 20° pressure angle
Heat treated bolts for greater power
Corrosion resistant bolts and nuts for ease of servicing
Accommodates parallel and angular misalignment
Elimination of center assembly makes it possible for forease of servicing without having repositioning machinery
Rigid hubs outboard will allow for bigger shaft diameters
Made for high-torque low-speed applications that happen in mill operations
Ordering Info
Application: Driver and Driven.
Type and size of coupling, horizontal, vertical and so on.
Electrical power: Motor horspower or torque necessity.
Velocity: Motor RPM or Driven RPM.
Distance concerning shaft ends (BSE).
Connecting products shaft sizes.
Specify which hubs are to be employed within the products (Rigid or Flex).
Rigid hubs might be made use of within the equipment unless of course otherwise specified.
Length of floating shaft may perhaps have an effect on max angular misalignment.

FMM Type Mill Couplings
The FMM Form coupling includes one regular flex hub, a single universal straight bored hub as conventional, two sleeves and a single accessory kit. This coupling is supplied with exposed bolts as conventional. Shrouded bolts are available upon request as a result of dimension five.five.
Capabilities
For long existence
Conventional 20° strain angle
Heat treated bolts for greater power
Corrosion resistant bolts and nuts for ease of servicing
Gives parallel, angular misalignment and end float
Flex Half coupling interchangeable with business requirements
Extended Universal Hub supplied to client specifications with straight or tapered bores
Ordering Details
Application: Driver and Driven.
Form and dimension of coupling, horizontal, vertical etc.
Power: Motor horspower or torque necessity.
Pace: Motor RPM or Driven RPM.
Distance among shaft ends (BSE).
Shaft sizes.
Taper per foot and length of taper if tapered bore is needed.
Specify counterbore dimensions if preferred.
Submit a drawing if available.