The rigid flange shaft coupling has an internal diameter size of 14mm, it is the perfect accessory for model shaft connections, and RC model motors. Flange quick couplings are designed to withstand heavy loads and are the perfect solution for demanding applications such as heavy machinery and equipment.
- Model: ATO-RFC-14
- Inner Diameter: 14mm
- Treatment Process: Oxidation
- Processing Accuracy: ±0.05mm
- Tolerance: 0.05mm
- Weight: 65g
- A rigid flange shaft coupling is a special coupling that fixes a shaft to a flat surface and allows easy mounting of other accessories on the shaft.
- The rigid flange shaft coupling is made of high quality aluminium alloy, which is hard and resistant to moisture and rust, and has a long service life.
- 14mm rigid flange coupling connector is suitable for connecting model shafts, perfect for RC model motors etc.
- The rigid flange coupling connector is relatively easy to install, thanks to its simple design and few moving parts.
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A flange coupling is a type of mechanical joint that is used to connect two rotating shafts in order to transmit power. Flange couplings are commonly used in industrial machinery and equipment, such as pumps, compressors, and turbines. The field of application for flange couplings is wide-ranging and includes industries such as oil and gas, power generation, water treatment, and manufacturing.
Tips: What are the different types of flange couplings?
Flange couplings are a type of mechanical coupling used to connect two rotating shafts together. They typically consist of two mating flanges, each attached to one of the shafts, and bolts or other fasteners that hold the flanges together. The following are some of the most common types of flange couplings:
- Weld neck flange coupling: This type of coupling is designed for high-pressure and high-temperature applications. The flanges are welded to the pipe ends, and the inner diameter of the flange matches the inner diameter of the pipe, providing a smooth flow of fluid.
- Slip-on flange coupling: This type of coupling is similar to the weld neck flange coupling, but the flanges slip over the pipe ends and are then welded in place. This makes installation and removal easier, but the coupling is not as strong as the weld neck flange coupling.
- Threaded flange coupling: This type of coupling is used when one or both of the pipes are threaded. The flanges are threaded, and the pipes are screwed into the flanges. This type of coupling is not as strong as the weld neck or slip-on flange couplings.
- Lap joint flange coupling: This type of coupling is used when one of the pipes is made of a different material than the other. The flanges are not welded to the pipes, but rather are bolted together with a gasket in between.
- Blind flange coupling: This type of coupling is used to close off the end of a pipe. The flange is bolted to the end of the pipe, but has no opening for fluid to pass through.