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    Curved Jaw Coupling, 120 x 160mm

    Curved Jaw Coupling featuring an outer diameter of 120mm and a length of 160mm, rated torque of 1040 Nm and a maximum allowable speed of 5200 RPM. ATO curved jaw coupling is highly versatile and compatible with a wide range of shaft sizes and types.
    SKU: ATO-SC-GFCG-120160
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    Our curved Jaw Coupling is the ideal solution for your power transmission needs, with an outer diameter of 105mm and a length of 140mm. Its adaptable design ensures that it can be integrated seamlessly into various applications, making it a cost-effective choice for any industry.


    • Model: ATO-SC-GFCG-120160
    • Rated Torque: 1040 Nm
    • Eccentricity Allowed: 0.02mm
    • Allowable Declination: 1∠°
    • Allowable Axial Deviation: ±1.00mm
    • Allowable Speed: 5200rpm
    • Static Torsional Stiffness: 7200 Nm/rad
    • Moment of Inertia: 1.3 x 10-1 Nm
    • Bushing Material: 304 Stainless steel
    • Rubber Block Material: Polyurethane imported from Germany
    • Surface Treatment: Polished
    • Weight: 9300g
    • Certificate: ISO9001, REACH, RoHS
    • Warranty: 12 Months

    120 x 160mm Flexible Jaw Coupling Dimension (unit: mm)

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    • d1/d2 Inner Diameter Size: 24-25-28-30-32-35-38-40-45-46-47-48-50-60-65
    • ΦD: 120
    • L: 160
    • LF: 91.1
    • LP: 27.4
    • M: M10
    • Tightening Torque: 25 Nm

    Tips: Can flexible jaw couplings compensate for misalignment in multiple axes?

    Flexible jaw couplings are designed to accommodate misalignment between shafts, but the extent to which they can compensate for misalignment in multiple axes depends on the specific design and type of the coupling. They are primarily used to address angular and parallel misalignment, not misalignment in multiple axes simultaneously. Let's break down the different types of misalignment that flexible jaw couplings can handle:

    • Angular Misalignment: Flexible jaw couplings can compensate for angular misalignment, which occurs when the shafts are not perfectly aligned at an angle to each other.
    • Parallel Misalignment: They can also handle parallel misalignment, which is when the shafts are not perfectly aligned in a linear or axial direction.

    However, they may not effectively compensate for misalignment in multiple axes simultaneously, such as both angular and parallel misalignment at the same time. Other types of flexible couplings, such as universal joints or Oldham couplings, may be better suited for dealing with complex misalignment scenarios involving multiple axes.

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