Single diaphragm coupling bore 5mm to 10mm, shaft sleeve made of aluminum alloy, internal clamping screw is fastened. Flexible coupling protects other parts from damage while transmitting torque.
||5mm to 10mm
|Allowable Deflection Angle
|Allowable Axial Deviation
|Static Torsional Stiffness
|Moment of Inertia
||2.2 x 10-6
||ISO9001, REACH, RoHS
Single Diaphragm Coupling 5 to 10mm Dimension (unit: mm)
|d1/d2 Inner Diameter Size
Tips: Shaft coupling types
Shaft couplings can be divided into two categories: rigid couplings and flexible couplings.
Rigid couplings do not have the ability to buffer and compensate for the relative displacement of the two axes, and require strict alignment of the two axes. However, this type of coupling has simple structure, low manufacturing cost, convenient assembly and disassembly and maintenance, and can ensure that the two axes have high The neutrality of the, the transmission torque is large, and it is widely used. Commonly used are flange couplings, sleeve couplings and clamp couplings.
Flexible couplings can be divided into flexible couplings without elastic elements and flexible couplings with elastic elements. The former type only has the ability to compensate the relative displacement of the two axes, but it cannot buffer and reduce vibration. The common ones are slippery. Block couplings, gear couplings, universal couplings and chain couplings, etc. The latter type contains elastic elements, which not only has the ability to compensate for the relative displacement of the two axes, but also has buffering and damping functions. However, the transmitted torque is limited by the strength of the elastic element, and is generally not as good as the flexible coupling without elastic elements. Commonly used are elastic sleeve pin couplings, elastic pin couplings, plum-shaped couplings, and tire-type couplings. Couplings, serpentine spring couplings and reed couplings, etc.