China OEM Motor Shaft Coupling (12022) for Heavy Equipment motor shaft coupling

Product Description

Coupling, made by machining, heat treatment, quenching + tempering and superficial treatment, brunofix.
Types: Roller chain couplings, HRC flexible coupling, L-coupling, EL-coupling

Chain coupling composed of 2 Sprockets, Double Strand Roller Chain, 2 cases.

Roller Chain couplings are capable of transmitting relatively high torques in a minimum of space.

Roller Chain Couplings are used to connect 2 shafts, a reducer, or a motor directly to a machine for efficient power transmissions. Construction is simple, it consist of a combination of only 3 basic parts; One coupling roller chain and 2 coupling sprockets.

Size:3012,4012,4014,4016, 5014,5016,5018,6018,6571,6571
8018,8571,8571, 1571,12018,12571
16018,16571 20018,20571,24571,24026

Our chain coupling is composed of a double-row roller chain and a pair of connecting sprockets. The connection and disassembly functions are completed through the joint of the chain. The sprocket is produced by our own factory with quality assurance. Our couplings are characterized by compact structure, sturdiness, durability, safety, and easy installation.

Larger couplings and Jaw Couplings are also produced in our factory.

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Signs of a Worn-out or Damaged Motor Shaft Coupling

A motor shaft coupling can experience wear and damage over time due to various factors such as misalignment, excessive torque, and environmental conditions. It’s essential to identify the signs of a worn-out or damaged coupling to prevent further issues and avoid costly equipment failures. Here are some common signs to look for:

  • Vibration: Excessive vibration during operation can indicate a misaligned or damaged coupling. It may also lead to increased vibration in connected equipment.
  • Increased Noise: Unusual noises such as rattling, clanking, or squeaking during equipment operation can be a sign of a problem with the coupling.
  • Shaft Misalignment: If the motor and driven equipment shafts are visibly misaligned or if coupling components appear to be offset, it may indicate a coupling issue.
  • Visible Wear: Inspect the coupling for signs of wear, such as surface damage, corrosion, or pitting. In extreme cases, the coupling may exhibit cracks or fractures.
  • Loose or Damaged Fasteners: Check for loose, missing, or damaged fasteners (bolts or screws) that connect the coupling to the shafts. Loose fasteners can lead to coupling slippage and failure.
  • Heat Generation: Excessive heat generation near the coupling may suggest friction and misalignment issues.
  • Reduced Performance: A decrease in the overall performance of the system, such as reduced torque transmission or efficiency, can be a sign of coupling problems.
  • Failure of Connected Equipment: If connected equipment experiences unexpected failures or malfunctions, it could be due to coupling issues affecting the power transmission.
  • Visual Inspection: Regularly inspect the coupling for any visible signs of damage, wear, or unusual behavior during operation.

If any of these signs are observed, it’s essential to address the issue promptly. Depending on the severity of the problem, the motor shaft coupling may require realignment, repair, or replacement. Regular maintenance and periodic inspections can help detect early signs of wear or damage, allowing for timely intervention and preventing more extensive damage to the coupling and connected equipment.

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editor by CX 2024-05-09

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