rigid coupling

rigid coupling

[′rij·id ′kəp·liŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanical fastening of shafts connected with the axes directly in line.
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Ruland supplies rigid coupling hardware with a proprietary coating called Nypatch to resist vibration and maintain holding power.
Stafford rigid coupling adapters feature a standard clamp-type female end that attaches to an existing shaft and a male output shaft.
The use of the rigid coupling assures constant and high level of amplitudes indifferent of frequency.
Broadly, following types of rigid coupling are available:-
The separator has a gear frame and flange mounted motor with rigid coupling and incorporates a Variable Frequency Drive with a built in control panel.
The Accu-Clamp[TM] Coupling is a one-piece rigid coupling that incorporates integrally machined, self-centering clamping collars at both ends for applications requiring less than 0.
Three-segment rigid coupling prevents valve distortion--Two-segment rigid couplings, used to mount start valve flow bodies, were distorting the round flanges, causing binding of the butterfly plate inside.
Designed to plug in to a stepper or servo motor, these products incorporate a zero backlash permanent magnet brake and a torsionally rigid coupling to accept misalignment.
The rigid coupling of the eight station index also increases the long-term accuracy of both the index location and the finished parts.
Designed to plug in to a stepper or servo motor, the SSB has a zero backlash permanent magnet brake and a torsionally rigid coupling to accept misalignment.
For direct transfer of torque between two shafts, few products can beat a rigid coupling