drive coupling

drive coupling

A shock-absorbing coupling between the accessory drive in an engine and an accessory that is subject to torsional vibrations.
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Featuring commercial-grade features like an all-metal drive coupling and stainless steel blades, this powerhouse blender will grind, chop, blend and emulsify in seconds.
Removing the alternator from the engine revealed the alternator drive shaft had sheared off flush with the case located aft of the drive coupling.
10 micron control, combined with zero backlash direct drive coupling and the inherent substrate support of Central Impression, guarantee registration control within 0.
The S-97 RAIDER has UTC Aerospace Systems-supplied engine systems aboard including flight control computer, cockpit interface unit, cockpit remote processing unit, active vibration control unit, propeller gearbox, propeller drive shaft, propeller drive coupling, damper assembly and engine input coupling, environmental control systems, actuation and propeller systems, red and green navigation lights, tail navigation light and anti-collision beacon.
The electro-hydraulically actuated all-wheel drive coupling automatically distributes power between the front and rear wheels of BMW's first-ever front-wheel drive vehicle.
This attritor is designed with a dry well gear reducer connected to the motor via a direct drive coupling.
One of these pump lines has recently adopted a revised type of drive coupling that preserves performance while lowering operating costs.
Hayes Manufacturing has introduced a new yoke drive coupling designed to provide reduced driveline vibration in a range of machinery such as construction equipment, aerial lifts, telehandlers, railroad equipment and hybrid vehicles.
The Torque Tender acts as a positive drive coupling during normal machine operation.
Also buy drive couplings to connect the pipes if you have more than one pipe, or to connect the point to the pipe (some points have the drive coupling already on it).
In the early 1980s, Falk Corp, a subsidiary of Sunstrand Corp, launched a program to reduce in-process and warehouse inventories in its speed reducer and drive coupling manufacturing plants.
With one of the strongest motors in the business (1 HP) paired with commercial-grade features like stainless steel blades, an all-metal drive coupling and variable speed and pulse functions, this blender is in it for the long haul.