China Best Sales Flexible Shaft Coupling Pump Coupling Power Coupling

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Introduction of flexible shaft coupling pump coupling power coupling

Magnetic shaft coupling is a new kind of coupling, which connects motor and machine by permanent magnetic force. 

They are consisted of external rotor, internal rotor and isolating covers.

They work in the sealed magnetic drive pumps, which transporting volatile, flammable, explosive and toxic solutions with no leakage. 

These magnetic shaft couplings can be used to connect gear pumps , screw pumps, centrifugal pumps, etc. with all types of electric motor or gear box. 

Magnetic shaft coupling are widely used in various industries and fields, such as chemical, papermaking, foodstuff, pharmacy, and so on. 

Advantages of flexible shaft coupling pump coupling power coupling

» Elimination of fluid leakage from the pump shaft.

» Vibrations are not transmitted to the pump.

» No maintenance required for magnetic couplings.

» Using magnetic couplings allows use of standard pumps without expensive mechanical seals.

» No additional cost for purchasing mechanical seal spare parts and maintenance.


Technical drawing of flexible shaft coupling pump coupling power coupling

Specification of flexible shaft coupling pump coupling power coupling

Item Internal Rotor(mm) External Rotor(mm) Isolating Covering(mm)
A B C D E F G Shaft Pin H I J L N M P Q R S T U
GME03-3LM00 Φ35 Φ10 26 18 M6X12 Φ42 Φ60 Φ50 46 6-M4 Φ40 Φ50 4-Φ5.4 Φ38 Φ60 6 6
GME03-5MM00 Φ42 Φ12 27 4 18 13.8 M6X16 Φ49 Φ72 Φ60 46 4-Φ6.7 Φ52 Φ60 4-Φ6.7 Φ44 Φ74 8 8
GME03-16LM00 Φ56 Φ12 45 4 25 13.8 M6X16 Φ63 Φ89 Φ80 75 6-M5 Φ70 Φ75 4-Φ6.7 Φ58 Φ89 8 8
GME03-16LM01 Φ56 Φ12 45 4 25 13.8 M6X16 Φ63 Φ89 Φ80 75 4-M5 Φ70 Φ75 4-Φ6.7 Φ58 Φ89 6 10
GME03-16MM00 Φ56 Φ12 45 4 25 13.8 M6X16 Φ63 Φ89 Φ80 75 6-M5 Φ70 Φ75 4-Φ6.7 Φ58 Φ89 8 8
GME03-22LM00 Φ88 Φ20 29 6 25 22.8 M8X20 Φ97 Φ122 Φ110 70 8-M6 Φ98 Φ108 6-Φ6.7 Φ91 Φ122 8 8
GME03-30LM00 Φ88 Φ20 48 6 30 22.8 M8X20 Φ97 Φ122 Φ110 81 8-M6 Φ98 Φ108 6-Φ6.7 Φ91 Φ122 8 8
GME03-40LM00 Φ101 Φ25 49 8 28 28.3 M10X20 Φ109 Φ140 Φ124 83 8-M8 Φ110 Φ126 8-Φ6.7 Φ103 Φ140 12 6
GME03-50LM00 Φ107 Φ20 70 6 30 22.8 M6X16 Φ113.4 Φ145 Φ135 80 4-M6 Φ126 Φ133 12-Φ8.7 Φ109 Φ153 12 15
GME03-65LM00 Φ101 Φ25 77 8 45 28.3 M10X20 Φ109 Φ140 Φ124 111 8-M8 Φ110 Φ126 8-Φ6.7 Φ103 Φ140 12 6
GME03-80LM00 Φ106 Φ32 65 10 21 36.5 M6X25 Φ115 Φ145 Φ135 82 4-M6 Φ127 Φ135 6-Φ8.7 Φ110 Φ153 13 18
GME03-80LM00 Φ141 Φ92 Φ40 65 12 45 43.3 M12X25 Φ152 Φ180 Φ168 100 8-M8 Φ154 Φ164 8-Φ6.7 Φ145 Φ180 12 8
GME03-100LM00 Φ131 Φ82 Φ32 80 10 24.5 35.3 M8X35 Φ139 Φ170 Φ160 100 4-M6 Φ152 Φ158 8-Φ8.7 Φ133 Φ178 14 21
GME03-110LH00 Φ141 Φ92 Φ40 85 10 50 43.3 M12X25 Φ152 Φ184 Φ168 115 12-M8 Φ156 Φ164 12-Φ6.7 Φ145 Φ180 12 3
GME03-110LM00 Φ141 Φ92 Φ35 80 10 55 38.3 M12X25 Φ152 Φ180 Φ168 115 12-M8 Φ154 Φ164 12-Φ6.7 Φ145 Φ180 12 3
GME03-140LM00 Φ141 Φ92 Φ40 110 12 80 43.3 M12X25 Φ152 Φ190 Φ170 145 12-M10 Φ154 Φ164 12-Φ6.7 Φ145 Φ180 12 3
GME03-180LM00 Φ141 Φ92 Φ40 140 12 95 43.3 M12X25 Φ152 Φ190 Φ170 175 12-M10 Φ154 Φ164 12-Φ6.7 Φ145 Φ180 12 3
GME03-220LM00 Φ141 Φ92 Φ48 160 14 110 51.8 M12X25 Φ152 Φ190 Φ170 195 12-M10 Φ154 Φ164 12-Φ6.7 Φ145 Φ180 12 3
GME03-300LM00 Φ162 Φ65 100 18 60 69.4   Φ170 Φ198 Φ188 123 12-M6 Φ180 Φ192 12-Φ11 Φ163.5 Φ218 16 10
GME03-400LH00 Φ195 Φ70 127 20 107 79.9 M12X25 Φ203 Φ234 Φ222 152 6-M6 Φ212 Φ164 12-Φ11 Φ198 Φ278 16 22

Application of flexible shaft coupling pump coupling power coupling

The ability to hermetically separate 2 areas whilst continuing to transmit mechanical power from one to the other makes these couplings ideal for applications where prevention of cross contamination is essential. For instance: hydraulic sectors, dosing systems, compressors, sterilizers, industrial ovens, biotechnology, subsea equipment, pharmaceutical industry, chemical industry, food industry, generators and mixers.




Operation principles of flexible shaft coupling pump coupling power coupling

The magnetic coupling works by using the power generated by permanent magnets. No external power supply is needed. These are permanent magnets not electro magnets.


Packing Method of flexible shaft coupling pump coupling power coupling

Double strength corrugated Carton and Wood case Sea Packing.


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Understanding the Torque and Misalignment Capabilities of Shaft Couplings

Shaft couplings play a critical role in transmitting torque and accommodating misalignment between rotating shafts in mechanical power transmission systems. Understanding their torque and misalignment capabilities is essential for selecting the right coupling for a specific application. Here’s an overview:

Torque Transmission:

The torque capacity of a shaft coupling refers to its ability to transmit rotational force from one shaft to another. It is typically specified in torque units, such as Nm (Newton-meters) or lb-ft (pound-feet). The coupling’s torque capacity depends on its design, size, and material.

When selecting a coupling, it’s crucial to ensure that its torque capacity meets or exceeds the torque requirements of the application. Overloading a coupling beyond its torque capacity can lead to premature failure or damage to the coupling and connected equipment.

Misalignment Compensation:

Shaft misalignment can occur due to various factors, including thermal expansion, manufacturing tolerances, or foundation settling. Misalignment puts additional stress on the coupling and connected components, potentially leading to increased wear and reduced efficiency.

Shaft couplings are designed to compensate for different types of misalignment:

  • Angular Misalignment: Occurs when the shafts are not parallel and have an angle between them.
  • Parallel Misalignment: Occurs when the shafts are not collinear, resulting in axial displacement.
  • Radial Misalignment: Occurs when the shafts have lateral displacement but remain parallel.

The coupling’s misalignment capabilities are specified in terms of angular and axial misalignment values, usually in degrees or millimeters. Different coupling designs can accommodate varying degrees of misalignment, and the choice depends on the specific application and operating conditions.

Flexible Couplings:

Flexible couplings, such as elastomeric or jaw couplings, offer good misalignment compensation. They can handle a combination of angular, parallel, and axial misalignments. However, their torque capacity may be limited compared to rigid couplings.

Rigid Couplings:

Rigid couplings, such as clamp or sleeve couplings, have high torque transmission capabilities but offer minimal misalignment compensation. They are best suited for applications where shafts are well-aligned and precise torque transmission is critical.

Torsional Stiffness:

Another factor to consider is the coupling’s torsional stiffness, which determines how much torsional deflection or twist occurs under load. Some applications, like precision systems, may require couplings with high torsional stiffness to maintain accurate positioning and avoid torsional backlash.

By understanding the torque and misalignment capabilities of shaft couplings, engineers can make informed decisions when selecting a coupling to ensure efficient power transmission and reliable performance in their mechanical systems.

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How to Identify Signs of Wear or Failure in a Shaft Coupling

Regular inspection and monitoring are essential to identify signs of wear or potential failure in a shaft coupling. Detecting issues early can help prevent costly downtime and equipment damage. Here are common signs to look for:

1. Visible Damage:

Inspect the coupling for visible signs of damage, such as cracks, chips, or deformation. These can indicate mechanical stress or overload.

2. Abnormal Noise or Vibration:

Unusual noise or excessive vibration during operation may indicate misalignment, worn-out components, or a coupling nearing its failure point.

3. Increased Temperature:

If the coupling becomes noticeably hotter during operation than usual, it could be a sign of friction or misalignment issues.

4. Shaft Misalignment:

Check for misalignment between the shafts connected by the coupling. Misalignment can lead to increased stress on the coupling and its components.

5. Excessive Backlash:

If the coupling exhibits too much free play or rotational play before torque transmission, it might indicate wear or fatigue in the coupling’s components.

6. Lubrication Issues:

Inspect the coupling for lubrication leaks or insufficient lubrication, which can lead to increased friction and wear.

7. Elastomeric Element Deterioration:

If the coupling uses elastomeric elements (e.g., rubber or polyurethane), check for signs of deterioration, such as cracking, softening, or deformation.

8. Bolts and Fasteners:

Examine the bolts and fasteners connecting the coupling components. Loose or damaged bolts can lead to misalignment and coupling failure.

9. Age and Service Life:

Consider the age and service life of the coupling. If it has been in use for a long time or exceeds the manufacturer’s recommended service life, it may be more susceptible to wear and failure.

10. Abnormal Performance:

Monitor the overall performance of the connected equipment. Any abnormal behavior, such as reduced power transmission or erratic operation, could be indicative of coupling issues.

If any of these signs are observed, it’s crucial to take immediate action. Depending on the severity of the issue, this may involve replacing worn components, realigning the shafts, or replacing the entire coupling. Regular maintenance and periodic inspections are key to identifying these signs early and ensuring the coupling operates optimally and safely.

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How Does a Flexible Shaft Coupling Differ from a Rigid Shaft Coupling?

Flexible shaft couplings and rigid shaft couplings are two distinct types of couplings, each designed to serve different purposes in mechanical power transmission. Here are the key differences between the two:

1. Flexibility:

The most significant difference between flexible and rigid shaft couplings is their flexibility. Flexible couplings are designed with elements that can deform or flex to accommodate misalignments between the shafts. This flexibility allows for angular, parallel, and axial misalignments, making them suitable for applications where shafts are not perfectly aligned. In contrast, rigid couplings do not have this flexibility and require precise alignment between the shafts.

2. Misalignment Compensation:

Flexible couplings excel in compensating for misalignments, making them ideal for applications with dynamic conditions or those prone to misalignment due to thermal expansion or vibrations. Rigid couplings, on the other hand, are used in applications where perfect alignment is critical to prevent vibration, wear, and premature failure.

3. Damping Properties:

Flexible couplings, particularly those with elastomeric or flexible elements, offer damping properties, meaning they can absorb and reduce shocks and vibrations. This damping capability helps protect the connected equipment from damage and enhances system reliability. Rigid couplings lack this damping ability and can transmit shocks and vibrations directly between shafts.

4. Torque Transmission:

Both flexible and rigid couplings are capable of transmitting torque from the driving shaft to the driven shaft. However, the torque transmission of flexible couplings can be limited compared to rigid couplings, especially in high-torque applications.

5. Types of Applications:

Flexible couplings find applications in a wide range of industries, especially in situations where misalignment compensation, vibration damping, and shock absorption are essential. They are commonly used in conveyors, pumps, compressors, printing presses, and automation systems. Rigid couplings are used in precision machinery and applications that demand perfect alignment, such as high-speed spindles and certain types of precision equipment.

6. Installation:

Flexible couplings are relatively easier to install due to their ability to accommodate misalignment. On the other hand, rigid couplings require careful alignment during installation to ensure proper functioning and prevent premature wear.

The choice between a flexible and a rigid shaft coupling depends on the specific requirements of the application. If misalignment compensation, damping, and flexibility are critical, a flexible coupling is the preferred choice. If precision alignment and direct torque transmission are essential, a rigid coupling is more suitable.

China Best Sales Flexible Shaft Coupling Pump Coupling Power Coupling  China Best Sales Flexible Shaft Coupling Pump Coupling Power Coupling
editor by CX 2023-09-28