Couplings Can Be Divided Into Two Categories: Rigid Couplings And Flexible Couplings
- Jun 20, 2018 -

Rigid couplings do not have the ability to cushion and compensate for the relative displacement of the two axes, requiring strict alignment of the two axes, but such couplings are simple in structure, low in manufacturing cost, and disassembled. Easy to maintain, it can ensure high alignment of the two shafts, large transmission torque, and wide application. Commonly used are flange couplings, sleeve couplings and clamp couplings.

Flexible couplings can be further divided into inflexible flexible couplings and flexible flexible couplings. The former class only has the ability to compensate for the relative displacement of the two axes, but it cannot damp vibrations. Common slipping occurs. Block couplings, tooth couplings, universal couplings, chain couplings, etc. The latter type, due to the inclusion of elastic elements, has the ability to compensate for the relative displacement of the two axes, as well as cushioning and damping. However, the transmitted torque is limited by the strength of the elastic element, which is generally less than the flexible coupling of the non-elastic element, the common elastic sleeve pin coupling, the elastic pin coupling, the quincunx coupling, and the tire type. Couplings, serpentine spring couplings, reed couplings, etc.


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