disk coupling

disk coupling

[′disk ‚kəp·liŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A flexible coupling in which the connecting member is a flexible disk.
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The laminated disk coupling, which does not require lubrication, uses thin laminated disks bolted to both the flanges and a solid center ring by body-fitted bolts.
Sterling Instrument's (New Hyde Park, NY) new SSODCM (inch) and S50DCMM (metric) series of magnetic disk couplings feature:
offers RING-flex[R] torsionally rigid, flexible, stainless steel disk couplings for a wide range of power transmission applications.