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DRIVE COUPLINGS
FENAFLEX
24 TO 14675 Nm HIGHLY ELASTIC & FLEXIBLE STANDARD DBSE SPACER VARIANT TAPER LOCK SHAFT FIXING PAGE 194 HIGH SPEED PAGE 199 FLYWHEEL PAGE 200

HRC
30 TO 3150 Nm COST-EFFECTIVE COUPLINGS TORSIONALLY ELASTIC & FLEXIBLE TAPER LOCK SHAFT FIXING PAGE 203 FLYWHEEL PAGE 205

JAW COUPLINGS
3.5 TO 105 Nm INCIDENTAL MISALIGNMENT CAPACITY VARIOUS HUB/ELEMENT MATERIALS PAGE 207

UNIVERSAL JOINTS
UP TO 720 Nm SINGLE & DOUBLE JOINTS PAGE 208

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222 TO 174000 Nm TAPER-LOCK RIGID COUPLINGS PAGE 211 DISC-TYPE PAGE 212 FENAGRID PAGE 214

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OTHER DRIVE COUPLINGS


KEYLESS RIGID COUPLING FLUID DRIVE COUPLING QUICK-FLEX COUPLING PAGE 272 PAGE 274 PAGE 276

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A range of shaft couplings from the highly resilient to simple rigid, covering virtually any industrial application.

Fenaflex Couplings
Fenaflex couplings provide all the desirable features of an ideal flexible coupling, including Taper-Lock fixing. The Fenaflex coupling is a "torsionally elastic" coupling offering versatility to designers and engineers with a choice of flange combinations to suit most applications. The flanges are available in either F or H Taper-Lock fitting or pilot bored, which can be bored to the required size. With the addition of a spacer the coupling can be used to accommodate standard distances between shaft ends and thereby facilitate pump maintenance. Fenaflex couplings can accommodate simultaneous maximum misalignment in all planes without imposing undue loads on adjacent bearings and the excellent shock-absorbing properties of the flexible tyre reduce vibration and torsional oscillations. Fenaflex tyres are available in natural rubber compounds for use in ambient temperatures between 50OC and +50OC. Chloroprene rubber compounds are available for use in adverse operating conditions (e.g. oil or grease contamination) and can be used in temperatures of 15OC to +70OC. The chloroprene compound should also be used when fire-resistance and anti-static (F.R.A.S.) properties are required.
SELECTION
(a) Service Factor Determine the required Service Factor from table below. (b) Design Power Multiply the normal running power by the service factor. This gives the design power which is used as a basis for selecting the coupling. (c) Coupling Size Refer to Power Ratings table (page 195) and from the appropriate speed read across until a power greater than that required in step (b) is found. The size of Fenaflex coupling required is given at the head of that column. (d) Bore Size Check from Dimensions table (page 196) that chosen flanges can accommodate required bores.

EXAMPLE
A Fenaflex coupling is required to transmit 45kW from an A.C. electric motor which runs at 1440 rev/min to a rotary screen for 12 hours per day. The motor shaft is 60mm diameter and the screen shaft is 55mm diameter. Taper Lock is required. (a) Service Factor The appropriate service factor is 1,4. (b) Design Power Design power = 45 x 1,4 = 63kW. (c) Coupling Size By reading across from 1440 rev/min in the power ratings table the first power figure to exceed the required 63kW in step (b) is 75,4kW. The size of coupling is F90 Fenaflex. (d) Bore Size By referring to the dimensions table it can be seen that both shaft diameters fall within the bore range available.

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SERVICE FACTORS
SPECIAL CASES For applications where substantial shock, vibration and torque fluctuations occur, and for reciprocating machines (e.g. internal combustion engines, piston pumps and compressors) refer to Fenner Power Transmission Distributor with full machine details for analysis. Type of Driving Unit Electric Motors Steam Turbines Hours per day duty 10 and under over 10 to 16 incl. over 16 Internal Combustion Engines Steam Engines Water Turbines Hours per day duty 10 and under over 10 to 16 incl. over 16

Type of Driven Machine CLASS 1 Brewing machinery, Centrifugal compressors and pumps. Belt conveyors, Dynamometers, Lineshafts, Fans up to 7,5kW Blowers and exhausters (except positive displacement), Generators. CLASS 2* Agitators, Clay working machinery, General machine tools, paper mill beaters and winders, Rotary pumps, Rubber extruders, Rotary screens,Textile machinery, Marine propellors and Fans over 7,5kw. CLASS 3* Bucket elevators, Cooling tower fans, Piston compressors and pumps, Foundry machinery, Metal presses, Paper mill calenders, Hammer mills, Presses and pulp grinders, Rubber calenders, Pulverisers and Positive displacement blowers. CLASS 4* Reciprocating conveyors, Gyratory crushers, Mills (ball, pebble and rod), Rubber machinery (Banbury mixers and mills) and Vibratory screens.

0,8

0,9

1,0

1,3

1,4

1,5

1,3

1,4

1,5

1,8

1,9

2,0

1,8

1,9

2,0

2,3

2,4

2,5

2,3

2,4

2,5

2,8

2,9

3,0

* It is recommended that keys (with top clearance if in Taper-Lock bushes) are fitted on application where load fluctuation is expected. Couplings for use with internal combustion engines may require special consideration, refer to pages 200 and 205. 194 Drive Couplings

Fenaflex Couplings Power Ratings


POWER RATINGS (kW)
Coupling Size Speed rev/min 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 720 800 900 960 1000 1200 1400 1440 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600 2800 2880 3000 3600 F40 0,25 0,50 0,75 1,01 1,26 1,51 1,76 1,81 2,01 2,26 2,41 2,51 3,02 3,52 3,62 4,02 4,52 5,03 5,53 6,03 6,53 7,04 7,24 7,54 9,05 F50 0,69 1,38 2,07 2,76 3,46 4,15 4,84 4,98 5,53 6,22 6,63 6,91 8,29 9,68 9,95 11,1 12,4 13,8 15,2 16,6 18,0 19,4 19,9 20,7 24,9 F60 11,33 12,66 13,99 15,32 16,65 17,98 19,31 19,57 10,6 12,0 12,8 13,3 16,0 18,6 19,1 21,3 23,9 26,6 29,3 31,9 34,6 37,2 38,3 39,9 47,9 F70 F80 F90 5,24 110,5 115,7 120,9 126,2 131,4 136,6 137,7 141,9 147,1 150,3 152,4 162,8 173,3 175,4 183,8 194,2 105,5 115 126 136 147 151 157 F100 7,07 114,1 121,2 128,3 135,3 142,4 149,5 150,9 156,5 163,6 167,9 170,7 184,8 199,0 102 113 127 141 155 170 184 F110 9,16 118,3 127,5 136,6 145,8 155,0 164,1 166,0 173,3 182,5 188,0 191,6 110 128 132 147 165 183 202 F120 113,9 127,9 141,8 155,7 169,6 183,6 197,5 100 111 125 134 139 167 195 201 223 251 279 F140 124,3 148,7 173,0 197,4 122 146 170 175 195 219 234 243 292 341 351 390 438 F160 139,5 179,0 118 158 197 237 276 284 316 355 379 395 474 553 568 632 F180 165,7 131 197 263 328 394 460 473 525 591 630 657 788 919 945 F200 97,6 195 293 1391 1488 1586 1684 1703 1781 1879 1937 1976 1172 F220 121 243 364 486 607 729 850 875 972 1093 1166 1215 F250 154 307 461 615 768 922 1076 1106 1229 1383 1475 1537

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS FLEXIBLE TYRES


Coupling Size Characteristics F40 F50 F60 F70 F80 F90 F100 F110 F120 F140 F160 F180 F200 F220 F250

Maximum speed rev/min 4500 4500 4000 3600 3100 3000 2600 2300 2050 1800 1600 1500 1300 1100 1000 24 66 127 250 375 500 675 875 1330 2325 3770 6270 9325 11600 14675 Nominal Torque Nm TK N Maximum Torque Nm TK MAX 64 160 318 487 759 1096 1517 2137 3547 5642 9339 16455 23508 33125 42740 5 13 26 41 63 91 126 178 296 470 778 1371 1959 2760 3562 Torsional Stiffness Nm/O Max, parallel misalignment mm 1,1 1,3 1,6 1,9 2,1 2,4 2,6 2,9 3,2 3,7 4,2 4,8 5,3 5,8 6,6 Maximum end float mm 1,3 1,7 2,0 2,3 2,6 3,0 3,3 3,7 4,0 4,6 5,3 6,0 6,6 7,3 8,2 Approximate mass, kg 0,1 0,3 0,5 0,7 1,0 1,1 1,1 1,4 2,3 2,6 3,4 7,7 8,0 10 15 Alternating Torque Nm @ 10Hz TKW 11 26 53 81 127 183 252 356 591 940 1556 2742 3918 5521 7124 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Resonance Factor V R Damping Coefficient 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 Maximum torque figures should be regarded as short duration overload ratings for use in such circumstances as direct-on-line starting. All flexible tyres have an angular misalignment capacity up to 4o.

FLEXIBLE TYRE CODE NUMBERS Unless otherwise specified Fenaflex flexible tyres will be supplied in a natural rubber compound which is suitable for operation in temperatures 50OC to +50OC. A chloroprene compound is available which is Fire Resistant and Anti-Static (F.R.A.S) and has greater resistance to heat and oil. This is suitable for operation in temperatures 15OC to +70OC. For temperatures outside these ranges consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor.

M Coupling Dimension Size (mm) F40* F50* F60* F70 F80 F90 F100 F110 F120 F140 F160 F180 F200 F220 F250 11 12,5 16,5 11,5 12,5 13,5 13,5 12,5 14,5 16 15 23 24 27,5 29,5

Gap Clamping Screw Between Screw Size Tyre Ends Torque (mm) (Nm) 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 6 6 6 6 15 15 15 24 24 40 40 40 50 55 80 105 120 165 165 M6 M6 M6 M8 M8 M10 M10 M10 M12 M12 M16 M16 M16 M20 M20

*Hexagonal socket caphead clamping screws on these sizes.

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2,62 113,93 5,24 117,85 7,85 111,8 10,5 15,7 13,1 19,6 15,7 23,6 18,3 27,5 18,8 28,3 20,9 31,4 23,6 35,3 25,1 37,7 26,2 39,3 31,4 47,1 36,6 55,0 37,7 56,5 41,9 62,8 47,1 70,7 52,4 78,5 57,6 86,4 62,8 94,2 68,1 102 73,3 110 75,4 113 78,5 118 94,2

The figures in heavier type are for standard motor speeds. All these power ratings are calculated at constant torque. For speeds below 100 rev/min and intermediate speeds use nominal torque ratings.

Fenaflex Couplings Dimensions


FLANGES

DIMENSIONS OF FENAFLEX FLANGES TYPES B, F & H


Size F40 F40 F40 F50 F50 F50 F60 F60 F60 F70 F70 F70 F80 F80 F80 F90 F90 F90 F100 F100 F100 F110 F110 F110 F120 F120 F120 F140 F140 F140 F160 F160 F160 F180 F180 F180 F200 F200 F200 F220 F220 F220 F250 Type B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B Bush Max Bore No. # Metric Inch 1008 1008 1210 1210 1610 1610 2012 1610 2517 2012 2517 2517 3020 2517 3020 3020 3525 3020 3525 3525 4030 4030 4535 4535 4535 4535 5040 5040 32 25 25 38 32 32 45 42 42 50 50 42 60 60 50 70 60 60 80 75 60 90 75 75 100 100 75 130 100 100 140 115 115 150 125 125 150 125 125 160 125 125 190 1" 1" 1 1/4" 1 1/4" 1 5/8" 1 5/8" 2" 1 5/8" 2 1/2" 2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 3" 2 1/2" 3" 3" 4" 3" 4" 4" 4 1/2" 4 1/2" 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" 5" Types F & H L 33 33 38 38 42 42 44 42 58 45 59,5 59,5 65,5 59,5 63,5 63,5 79,5 65,5 81,5 81,5 92 92 112 112 113 113 129,5 129,5 E 22 22 25 25 25 25 32 25 45 32 45 45 51 45 51 51 65 51 65 65 77 77 89 89 89 89 102 102 J 29 29 29 38 38 38 38 38 38 42 38 48 42 48 48 55 48 55 55 67 55 67 67 80 80 89 89 89 89 92 92 Type B L 33 45 55 47 55 63,5 70,5 75,5 84,5 110,5 117 137 138 154,5 161,5 E 22 32 38 35 42 49 56 63 70 94 102 114 114 127 132 Screw over Key M5 M5 M6 M10 M10 M12 M12 M12 M16 M20 M20 M20 M20 M20 M20 A 104 104 104 133 133 133 165 165 165 187 187 187 211 211 211 235 235 235 254 254 254 279 279 279 314 314 314 359 359 359 402 402 402 470 470 470 508 508 508 562 562 562 628 C 82 82 82 100 100 100 125 125 125 144 144 144 167 167 167 188 188 188 216 216 216 233 233 233 264 264 264 311 311 311 345 345 345 398 398 398 429 429 429 474 474 474 532 D 79 79 79 70 103 103 80 80 80 98 97 98 112 108 108 125 120 113 128 134 134 143 140 140 178 178 178 187 197 197 200 205 205 200 205 205 218 223 223 254 F 50 50 50 54 54 54 60 60 60 62 62 62 62 62 62 67 67 67 73 73 73 78 78 78 94 94 94 103 103 103 118 118 118 125 G 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 17 17 17 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 25 M 11 11 11 12 ,5 12 ,5 12 ,5 16 ,5 16 ,5 16 ,5 11 ,5 11 ,5 11 ,5 12 ,5 12 ,5 12 ,5 13 ,5 13 ,5 13 ,5 13 ,5 13 ,5 13 ,5 12 ,5 12 ,5 12 ,5 14 ,5 14 ,5 14 ,5 16 16 16 15 15 15 23 23 23 24 24 24 27 ,5 27 ,5 27 ,5 29 ,5 Mass* Inertia* (kg) (kgm2) 0,8 0,8 0,8 1,2 1,2 1,2 2,0 2,0 2,0 3,1 3,1 3,0 4,9 4,9 4,6 7,1 7,0 7,0 9,9 9,9 9,4 12,5 11,7 11,7 16,9 16,5 15,9 22,2 22,3 22,3 35,8 32,5 32,5 49,1 42,2 42,2 58,2 53,6 53,6 79,6 72,0 72,0 104,0 0, 00074 0, 00074 0, 00074 0, 00115 0, 00115 0, 00115 0, 0052 0, 0052 0, 0052 0, 009 0, 009 0, 009 0, 018 0, 018 0, 017 0, 032 0, 031 0, 031 0, 055 0, 055 0, 054 0, 081 0, 078 0, 078 0, 137 0, 137 0, 130 0, 254 0, 255 0, 255 0, 469 0, 380 0, 380 0, 871 0, 847 0, 847 1, 301 1, 281 1, 281 2, 142 2, 104 2, 104 3, 505

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Dimensions in millimetres unless otherwise stated. G is the amount by which clamping screws need to be withdrawn to release tyre. J is the wrench clearance to allow for tightening/loosening the bush on the shaft and the clamp ring screws on sizes F40, F50 and F60. The use of a shortened wrench will allow this dimension to be reduced. M is half the distance between flanges. Shaft ends, although normally located twice M apart, can project beyond the flanges as shown. In this event allow sufficient space between shaft ends for end float and misalignment. * Mass and inertia figures are for single flange with mid range bore and include clamping ring, screws and washers and half tyre. For pilot bore 'B' flange code as listed. Flanges are also available finish bored with keyway if required. Bore must be specified on order. # Note: On sizes F70, 80, 100 and 120 the 'F' direction bush is larger than that in the 'H'direction.

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Fenaflex Spacer Couplings


R

Comprising a Fenaflex tyre coupling (size F40F140) complete with a spacer flange designed for use on applications where it is an advantage to be able to move either shaft axially without disturbing the driving or driven machine (e,g, centrifugal pump rotors), Fenaflex spacer couplings are primarily designed for standard distance between shaft end dimensions 100, 140 and 180mm.

SELECTION
1 Select a suitable size of Fenaflex . coupling using the method shown on page 194. Read down the first column in table below and locate the size of coupling selected. 2. Read across until the required distance between shaft ends can be accommodated. 3. Note the required spacer coupling

designation at head of column. 4. Check from the Spacer Coupling Dimensions table below that the selected spacer/coupling combination can accommodate the machine shaft size.

Note
Typical order consists of 1 x Spacer 2 x Fenaflex flanges 3 x Taper Lock bushes 1 x Fenaflex tyre

DISTANCE BETWEEN SHAFT ENDS


Distance between Shaft Ends (mm) SM12 Size 80 (100) Min F40 F50 F60 F70 F80 F90 F100 F110 F120 F140 80 Max 100 100 Min 100 100 100 Max 113 116 124 Min 140 140 140 SM16 140 Max 150 156 164 100 100 114 117 140 140 140 154 157 158 180 180 180 194 197 198 140 140 158 156 180 180 198 196 100 Min Max SM25 140 Min Max Min 180 Max 140 Min Max SM30 180 Min Max 140 Min Max Min SM35 180 Max

Note: Alternative distances between shaft ends may be accommodated. Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor.

SPACER COUPLING DIMENSIONS


Spacer SM12 SM12 SM16 SM16 SM16 SM16 SM16 SM16 SM25 SM25 SM25 SM25 SM25 SM25 SM25 SM25 SM30 SM30 SM30 SM30 Nom DBSE Fenaflex 80 100 100 140 100 140 100 140 100 140 180 100 140 180 140 180 140 180 140 180 F40 F40 F40* F40* F50 F50 F60 F60 F70 F70 F70 F80 F80 F80 F90 F90 F100 F100 F110 F110 Spacer Bush Size 1210 1210 1610 1610 1610 1610 1610 1610 2517 2517 2517 2517 2517 2517 2517 2517 3020 3020 3020 3020 Max. Bore mm 32 32 42 42 42 42 42 42 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 75 75 75 75 Inch 1 1/4" 1 1/4" 1 5/8" 1 5/8" 1 5/8" 1 5/8" 1 5/8" 1 5/8" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 3" 3" 3" 3" Fenaflex Bush Size 1008 1008 1008 1008 1210 1210 1610 1610 2012 2012 2012 2517 2517 2517 2517 2517 3020 3020 3020 3020 Max. Bore mm 25 25 25 25 32 32 42 42 50 50 50 60 60 60 60 60 75 75 75 75 Inch 1" 1" 1" 1" 1 1/4" 1 1/4" 1 5/8" 1 5/8" 2" 2" 2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 3" 3" 3" 3" A 104 104 104 104 133 133 165 165 B C D 83 83 80 80 80 80 80 80 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 123 146 146 146 146 E 134 140 157 187 160 200 161 201 180 220 260 193 233 273 233 273 245 285 245 285 F 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 51 51 51 51 G 14 14 18 18 18 18 18 18 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 29 29 29 29 H 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 20 20 20 20 J 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 K 6 22 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 L 65 77 88 128 85 125 78 118 80 120 160 78 118 158 116 156 116 156 118 158 114 154 111 151 M 22 22 S 77 77 T 25 25 32 32 32 32 32 32 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 48 60 60 60 60 80 80 80 80

82 118 82 118 82 82 79 79 70 70 127 127 127 127 127 127

22 94 22 134 25 94 25 134 33 94 33 134 23 23 23 25 25 25 27 27 27 27 25 25 29 29 32 32 94 134 174 94 134 174 134 174 134 174 134 174 134 174 134 174

187 80 178 187 80 178 187 80 178 211 95 178 211 95 178 211 95 178 235 108 178 235 108 178 254 254 279 279 120 120 134 134 216 216 216 216

SM35 140 F120 3525 100 4" 3525 100 4 " 314 140 248 178 272 63 34 20 SM35 180 F120 3525 100 4" 3525 100 4 " 314 140 248 178 312 63 34 20 SM35 140 F140 3525 100 4" 3525 100 4 " 359 178 248 178 271 63 34 20 SM35 180 F140 3525 100 4" 3525 100 4 " 359 178 248 178 312 63 34 20 Note: Larger sizes of spacer coupling can be manufactured to order. Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. * F40 'B' Flange must be used to fit spacer shaft. 'F' Flange must be used to fit spacer shaft.

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140 140

160 163

180 180

200 203

Fenaflex Spacer Couplings


NB. To select the Fenaflex coupling size, this page must be used in conjunction with page 194, then check that spacer flange will suit required distance between shaft ends (D.B.S.E.).

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS:-

F40 R12 to F60 R16

F70 R25 to F200 R50

Spacer lengths The spacer lengths shown are the minimum possible. Longer spacers can be supplied to special order.

Fenaflex End Coupling Size Bush No. 1008 1210 1610 1610 2012 2517 2012 2517 2517 3020 3020 3525 3020 3525 4030 4535 Max Bore 25 32 42 42 50 60 50 60 60 75 75 100 75 100 115 125

Rigid End Bush No. 1210 1615 1615 2517 2517 2517 2517 3030 3030 3030 3030 3535 3535 4040 4545 5050 Max Bore 32 42 42 60 60 60 60 75 75 75 75 90 90 100 110 125 l2 l2 * l5 + l6 mass kg

d1
105 133 165 187 187 211 211 235 254 254 279 314 314 359 402 508

d2
118 127 127 178 178 178 178 216 216 216 216 248 248 298 330 362

l1
163 174 183 203 210 232 219 284 290 296 298 334 320 370 416 505

l3 22 25 25 25 32 45 33 45 45 51 51 66 51 65 77 89

l4 37 38 38 45 45 45 45 76 76 76 76 89 89 102 115 127

l7 40 44 44 56 56 59 59 71 75 75 76 78 78 87 98 130

l7 115 106 106 200 200 191 188 188 187 187 187 133 325

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F40 RM12 F50 RM16 F60 RM16 F70 RM25 F70 F80 RM25 F RM25 F

104 111 120 133 133 142 142 163 169 169 170 180 180 203 224 289

191 183 183 283 283 283 282 282 282 282 282 449 449

37 37

14 16 16

3 5 8 11 11 12 12 21 23 23 26 35 35 59 92

F80 RM25 F90 RM30 F100 RM30 F100 RM30 F

F110 RM30 F120 RM35 F

F120 RM35 F140 RM40 F160 RM45 F200 RM50 + * l6 l2 l2 l5

Amount by which clamping screws need to be withdrawn to release tyre. is the normal distance between shafts. End float which increases or decreases this distance by a slight amount is permissible. Alternative spacer available ex-stock. is the wrench clearance necessary to tighten or slacken clamping ring screws. F Extended length when using F Flanges, (F70, 80, 100 & 120 sizes only). These values include Rigid Half & Standard Spacer with Clamping Ring Only. Sizes F40 R12 through F100 R30 are normally carried in stock.

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Fenaflex High Speed Coupling


TABLE 4: POWER RATINGS (kW) FOR FLEXIBLE ELEMENTS
Speed (r/min) 100 720 960 1000 1200 1400 1440 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600 2800 2880 3000 3200 3400 3600 3800 4000 4200 4400 4600 4800 Size 87 2,5 18,0 24,0 25,0 30,0 35,0 36,0 40,0 45,0 50,0 55,0 60,0 65,0 70,0 72,0 75,0 80,0 85,0 90,0 95,0 100 105 110 115 120 96 3,4 24,5 32,6 34,0 40,8 47,6 49,0 54,4 61,2 68,0 74,8 81,6 88,4 95,2 98,0 102 109 116 122 129 136 143 150 116 6,2 44,6 59,5 62,0 74,4 86,8 89,3 99,2 111 124 136 149 161 174 179 186 198 211 223 131 7,9 56,9 75,8 79,0 94,8 111 114 126 142 158 174 190 205 221 228 237 253 172 20,1 145 193 201 241 281 289 322 362 402 442 482 192 36,6 264 351 366 439 512 527 586 659 732 805 213 67,2 484 645 672 806 941 968 1075 1210 1344 252 116 835 1114 1160 1392 1624 1670 1856 2088

The figures in heavier type are for standard motor speeds.

X FLANGES (Steel) REVERSIBLE TO PROVIDE H or F TAPER-LOCK BUSH FITTINGS

TABLE 4: POWER RATINGS (kW) FOR FLEXIBLE ELEMENTS


X Flange Size 87 96 116 131 172 192 213 252 Max Speed (r/min) 4800 4400 3600 3200 2400 2200 2000 1800 Torque (N.m) Normal 239 325 592 754 1919 3495 6417 11405 Max 716 974 1776 1263 5758 10485 19251 33137 Moment of Inertia m.r2 (kg.m2) 0,046 07 0,089 77 0,016 98 0,360 23 1,173 48 1,951 70 3,565 09 7,605 50 Torsional Stiffness (N.m/ o) 60 81 148 189 480 874 1604 2.761 Max Mis-alignment Parallel 0,5 0,6 0,7 0,8 1,0 1,2 1,3 1,6 Bush No. Size 2012 2517 2517 2517 3525 4040 4545 5050 Max Bore 50 60 60 60 90 100 110 125 Approx. Mass (kg)

Float
0,4 0,4 0,5 0,6 0,8 0,9 1,0 1,2

End

d1
240 262 313 351 465 516 572 673

d2
90 110 110 110 180 190 200 230

d3
90 110 110 110 180 190 199 220

l5
32 44 44 44 65 101 114 127

l6
26 30 30 39 41 46 70 60

l7
20 29 29 29 40 47 56 56

l8
42 48 48 48 67 80 89 92

l9
20 25 25 25 40 69 74 87

X Flange Element 6,0 8,3 11,0 16,0 34,0 49,0 55,0 78,0 0,6 0,9 1,0 1,7 3,3 3,6 6,2 13,0

Mass is for X Flange with mid-range bore Taper-Lock Bush. All couplings have an angular mis-alignment capacity up to 1o. Maximum torque figures should be regarded as short duration overload ratings for use in such circumstances as direct-on-line starting. Ex import only. Dimensions - Assembled High Speed Couplings Coupling Size 87X 96X 116X 131X 172X 192X 213X 252X Companion Flange F70 F80 F100 F110 F140 F160 F180 F220 H Flanges Bush No. 1610 2012 2517 3020 3525 4030 4535 5040 Max Bore 42 50 60 75 90 115 125 125 F Flanges B Flanges D.B.S.E. Flange reversed

l1
65 72 86 106 133 153 193 234

Bush No. 2012 2517 3020 3020 3525 4030 4535 5040

Max Bore 50 60 75 75 90 115 125 125

l1
67 85 92 106 133 153 193 234

Bore Min/ Max 38/50 42/60 48/80 48/90 60/130 65/140 70/150 80/160

l2
70 82 89 118 162 178 218 259

l3
73 81 89 102 121 137 175 222

l4
35 40 41 55 68 76 104 132

H 23 25 26 40 43 22 46 61

F 23 21 22 36 43 44 64 92

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For speeds below 100 r/min and intermediate speeds use normal torque ratings.

Fenaflex Flywheel Couplings


Designed to fit standard SAE and other popular flywheel configurations, these couplings use chloroprene flexible elements and employ standard B, F or H type driven flanges.

DIMENSIONS
Driving Flange W (Bolt ring) Bolts Size 87 PCD 8,750" Thread Type 8XM8 8x5/16UNC A 240 H 26 Mass (kg) 1,41 Inertia (kg m2) Size 0,016 F70 F70 F70 F80 F80 F80 Max Type Bush Bore B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H B F H 2012 1610 2517 2012 3020 2517 3020 2517 3020 3020 3020 3020 C D 80 80 80 97 95 95 E 35 32 30 42 45 32 48 51 45 48 51 45 63 51 51 63 51 51 94 65 65 F 73 73 73 81 81 81 89 89 89 89 89 89 102 102 102 102 106 106 121 121 121 G 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 17 17 17 J 42 38 48 42 55 48 55 48 55 55 55 55 67 67 L 70 67 65 82 85 72 86 89 83 89 92 86 118 106 106 120 108 108 162 133 133 M 35 35 35 40 40 40 41 41 41 41 41 41 55 55 55 57 57 57 68 68 68 Screw Over Key M10 M10 M12 M12 M12 M12 M20 Mass (kg) 3,1 3,1 3,0 4,9 4,9 4,6 9,9 7,0 7,0 9,9 9,9 9,4 12,5 11,7 11,7 12,5 11,7 11,7 22,2 22,3 22,3 Inertia (kg m2) 0,009 0,009 0,009 0,018 0,018 0,017 0,055 0,031 0,031 0,055 0,055 0,054 0,081 0,078 0,078 0,081 0,078 0,078 0,254 0,255 0,255 Driven Flanges Through Bore and Taper-Lock F & H

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50 144 50 144 42 144 60 167 60 167 50 167

96

9,625"

6xM10 6x3/8UNC

262

30

1,87

0,025

112 11,250"

8x7/16UNF

305

32

2,49

F100 0,048 F100 F100 F100 0,051 F100 F100 F110 0,094 F110 F110 F110 0,113 F110 F110 F140 0,320 F140 F140

80 216 125 75 216 120 60 216 113 80 216 125 75 216 120 60 216 113 90 233 128 75 233 134 75 233 134 90 233 128 75 233 134 75 233 134

116 11,625"

8xM10 8x3/8UNC 8x3/8BSF 8xM10 8x3/8UNC

313

30

2,51

131 13,125"

351

39

3,71

135 13,500"

6x3/8UNC

364

37

4,16

172 17,250"

8xM12 8x1/2UNC

465

41

7,10

130 311 178 3525 100 311 178 3525 100 311 178

All dimensions in millimetres unless otherwise stated. Driving flange mass & inertia given are for the bolt ring, bolts and half of the element. Driven flange mass & inertia given are for an assembled flange having a mid range bore or bush and half the element. J is the wrench clearance to allow for tightening/loosening the bush. A shortened wrench will allow this dimension to be reduced. W FLANGE bolt holes are equi-spaced except size 135W shown

200 Drive Couplings

Fenaflex Flywheel Couplings


R

Example: Part No. = X87

FENAFLEX ELEMENTSPHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND POWER RATINGS


Coupling Size 87 96 112 116 131 135 172 Normal Maximum Torque Torque (Nm) (Nm) TKN TKMAX 239 325 592 592 754 754 1919 717 975 1776 1776 2262 2262 5757 Maximum Alternating Torque (Nm) TKW 120 163 158 296 377 201 960 Resonance Factor VR 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Damping Energy Ratio 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 0,9 Dynamic Stiffness (Nm/rad) CTdyn 3427 4653 3392 8480 10801 4320 27492 Power at * Power at * 1500 rev/min 1800 rev/min (kW) (kW) 37,5 51,0 93,0 93,0 118 118 301 45,0 61,2 111,5 111,5 142 142 362

Selection of Fenaflex flywheel couplings should take account of design power (using Service Factors on page 194) and speed, and also the torsional characteristics of the coupled machines consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. * Power ratings at other speeds directly proportional to these values.

All Fenaflex Couplings Ordering Instructions


SHAFT TO SHAFT COUPLING USING FLEXIBLE TYRE.
Consists of: 2Flanges T/L bushes for F and H flanges only 1Flexible tyre EXAMPLE ORDER Fenaflex coupling F90BH comprising: 1F90B flange bored 70mm (coded at time of order). 1F90H flange 12517 T/L bush (bore 35mm) 1F90 Flexible tyre (Natural)

FENAFLEX SPACER COUPLING


Consists of a standard Fenaflex coupling (using B, F or H flanges as desired) together with a spacer flange and a third Taper Lock bush. EXAMPLE ORDER Fenaflex spacer assembly F110FFSM30/140 comprising: 2F110F flanges 1F110 flexible tyre 1SM30 x 140mm spacer flange 13020 T/L bush to suit motor shaft 13020 x 60mm T/L bush 13030 T/L bush to suit driven shaft

FENAFLEX FLYWHEEL COUPLING


Consists of: 1Driving (W) flange 1Bolt pack 1Flexible element (above) 1Driven flange 1T/L bush to suit driven shaft (F & H driven flanges only)

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

Fenaflex Flywheel Couplings


INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Note: Satisfactory performance depends on correct installation and maintenance. All instructions must therefore be followed carefully. 1. Thoroughly clean all components, paying particular attention to the removal of the protective coating in the bore of the driven flange. 2. Slip bolt ring, clamping, and then element (with large diameter facing flywheel) onto driven shaft. Fit flange to shaft. (Where a Taper Lock bush). Locate flange on shaft so that dimension M will be achieved on assembly (see paragraph 3). 3. Bring driven shaft into line with flywheel until dimension M is correct (see table). If shaft end float is to occur, locate driven shaft at mid position of end float when checking dimension M. Note that driven shaft may project beyond the face of the flange if required. In this event, allow sufficient space between shaft end and flywheel for end float and misalignment. 4. Accurately align driven shaft with flywheel. Check both parallel and angular alignment by mounting a dial indicator near the outside diameter of the flange (as shown) and rotating the flywheel through 360o. Indicator readings for both parallel and angular alignment should not exceed the values given in the table overleaf. Then bolt driven machine in place. 5. Place flexible element and bolt ring* in position, fit screws finger tight. Place clamping ring in position and fit screws finger tight. 6. Working alternately and evenly round each flange, tighten each screw (approx. 1/2 turn) until the required screw torques are achieved see table.
Bolt Ring Adaptor

Flywheel

Ferrule Bolt Ring Flexible Element Clamping Ring

Flange

WHR and WBR Configurations These flanges are available for use in applications where close-couplings is essential. It should be noted that the coupling must be assembled on the driven machine shaft before offering the driven machine up to the engine, i.e. First place bolt ring on driven shaft then fit driven flange, element and clamping ring. Take care to position the driven flange so that the correct dimension Lr will be achieved on assembly (see table). Tighten the clamping ring screws alternately and evenly (1/2 turn each) until the required screw torques are achieved. After the two machines are brought together the bolt ring screws should be inserted and tightened alternately are achieved. On size 213W only, place bolt ring adaptor between flexible element and flywheel. Line up unthreaded holes in adaptor with threaded holes in flywheel and fit the 6 long screws into these holes. Fix the 6 short screws in the other holes.
LR

Ferrule Bolt Ring

DRIVE COUPLINGS

213W only

Flywheel

Flange

ASSEMBLY WHR
LR

Element Size M Lr mm mm

87 35

96 40

112 42

116 42

131 53 91

135 57 93

172 69 112

192 76 123

213 86 156

252 132 200

Maximum Indicator Reading

mm

0,51 0,63 0,76 0,76 0,89 0,89 1,14 1,27 1,40 1,52

Flange Size Bolt Ring Nm

F70 24 24

F80 F100 F100 F110 F110 F140 F160 F180 F220 32 24 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 35 35 35 55 54 55 75 140

Screw Torques

Clamping Ring Nm

For 213W Flywheel coupling M - 104 mm when adaptor ring fitted, see diagram. Note: It may be necessary to back off the shaft to allow room to remove and replace the flexible element. 202 Drive Couplings

ASSEMBLY WBR

HRC Couplings
These semi-elastic couplings designed for general purpose use, permit quick and easy assembly by means of TaperLock bush fixing. Fully machined outside diameters allow alignment by simple straight edge methods. Shaft connection is "fail safe" due to interacting dog design. SELECTION
(a) Service Factor Determine appropriate Service Factor from table below (b) Design Power Multiply running power of driven machinery by the service factor. This gives the design power which is used as a basis for coupling selection. (c) Coupling Size Refer to Power Ratings table below and read across from the appropriate speed until a power equal to or greater than the design power is found. The size of coupling is given at the head of that column. (d) Bore Size From Dimensions table on page 204 check that the required bores can be accommodated. EXAMPLE A shaft coupling is required to transmit 70kW between a 1200 rev/min diesel engine and a hoist running over 16hrs/day. Engine shaft is 70mm and the hoist shaft is 75mm. (a) Service Factor The appropriate service factor is 2,5. (b) Design Power Design power 70 x 2,5=175kW. (c) Coupling Size Reading across from 1200 rev/min in the speed column of Power Ratings table below, 251kW is the first power to exceed the required 175kW (design power). The size of the coupling at the head of this column is 230. (d) Bore Size The Dimensions table (page 204) shows that both shaft diameters are within the bore range available.

SERVICE FACTORS
Type of Driving Unit Internal Combustion Engines Steam Engines Water Turbines Hours per day duty over 16 8 and under over 8 to 16 inclusive over 16 SPECIAL CASES For applications where substantial shock, vibration and torque fluctuation occur, and for reciprocating machines e.g. internal combustion engines, piston type pumps and compressors, refer to Fenner Power Transmission Distributor with full machine details for torsional analysis.

Electric Motors Steam Turbines Hours per day duty 8 and under over 8 to 16 inclusive

Driven Machine Class UNIFORM Brewing machinery, Centrifugal blowers, Centrifugal compressors, Conveyors, Centrifugal fans and pumps, Generators, Sewage disposal equipment. MODERATE SHOCK* Agitators, Clay working machinery, Crane hoists, Laundry machinery, Wood working machinery, Machine tools, Rotary mills, Paper mill machinery, Textile machinery, Non-unifomly loaded centrifugal pumps. HEAVY SHOCK* Reciprocating conveyors, Crushers, Shakers, Metal mills, Rubber machinery (Banbury mixers and mills), Reciprocating compressors, Welding sets.

1,00

1,12

1,25

1,25

1,40

1,60

1,60

1,80

2,00

2,00

2,24

2,50

2,50

2,80

3,12

3,12

3,55

4,00

* It is recommended that keys (with top clearance if in Taper-Lock bushes) are fitted for applications where load fluctuation is expected. For Centrifugal Compressors multiply Service Factor by an additional 1,15.

POWER RATINGS (kW)


Speed rev/min 70 100 200 400 600 720 800 960 1200 1440 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600 2880 3000 3600 Nominal Torque (Nm) Max Torque (Nm) 0,33 0,66 1,32 1,98 2,37 2,64 3,17 3,96 4,75 5,28 5,94 6,60 7,26 7,92 8,58 9,50 9,90 11,9 31,5 72 90 0,84 1,68 3,35 5,03 6,03 6,70 8,04 10,1 12,1 13,4 15,1 16,8 18,4 20,1 21,8 24,1 25,1 30,1 80 180 110 1,68 3,35 6,70 10,1 12,1 13,4 16,1 20,1 24,1 26,8 30,2 33,5 36,9 40,2 43,6 48,3 50,3 60,3 160,30 360,30 Coupling Size 130 3,30 6,60 13,2 19,8 23,8 26,4 31,7 39,6 47,5 52,8 59,4 66,0 72,6 79,2 85,8 95 99 118 315 720 150 6,28 12,6 25,1 37,7 45,2 50,3 60,3 75,4 90,5 101 113 126 138 151 163 181 188 226 600 1500 180 9,95 19,9 39,8 59,7 71,6 79,6 95,5 119 143 159 179 199 219 239 259 286 298 950 2350 230 20,9 41,9 83,8 126 151 168 201 251 302 335 377 419 461 503 545 280 33,0 65,0 132 198 238 264 317 396 475 528 594 660 726

2000 5000

3150 7200

For speeds below 100 rev/min and intermediate speeds use nominal torque ratings. * Maximum coupling speeds are calculated using an allowable peripheral speed for the hub material. For selection of smaller sizes with speeds in excess of 3600 rev/min Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor.

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

HRC Couplings Dimensions


Example: Part No. = HRC70

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS


Common Dimensions Bush size 1008 1108 1610 1610 2012 2517 3020 3525 Type F & H Max. Bore Size A 69 85 112 130 150 180 225 275 B 60 70 100 105 115 125 155 206 E 31 32 45 50 62 77 99 119 F1 25,5 30,5 45,5 53,5 60,5 73,5 85,5 105,5 G 18,5 22,5 29,5 36,5 40,5 49,5 59,5 74,5 mm 25 28 42 42 50 60 75 100 ins. 1" 11/8 15/8 15/8 2 21/2 3 4 C 20,0 19,5 18,5 18,0 23,5 34,5 39,5 51,0 D 23,5 23,5 26,5 26,5 33,5 46,5 52,5 66,5 J 29 29 38 38 42 48 55 67 Bore Dia's Max. 32 42 55 60 70 80 100 115 Pilot H9 8 10 10 15 20 25 25 30 Screw over key M 6 M 6 M10 M10 M10 M10 M12 M16 C 20 26 37 39 46 58 77 90 D 23,5 30,5 45,5 47,5 56,5 70,5 90,5 105,5 Type B

DRIVE COUPLINGS

70 90 110 130 150 180 230 280

'J' is the wrench clearance required for tightening/loosening the bush on the shaft. A shortened wrench will allow this dimension to be reduced. F1 refers to combinations of flanges: FF, FH, HH, FB, HB, BB. Bore limits H7 unless specified otherwise.

Size

Assembled Length (L*) Comprising Flange Types FF, FH, HH FB,HB 65 76 100,5 110 129,5 165,5 202 246,5 BB 65 82,5 119 131 152 189 239,5 285,5

Mass (kg) 1,00 1,17 5,00 5,46 7,11 16,6 26,0 50,0

Inertia Mr2 (kgm2) 0,00085 0,00115 0,00400 0,00780 0,01810 0,04340 0,12068 0,44653

Dynamic Stiffness (Nm/O) 65 130 175 229 587 1025

Maximum Misalignment Parallel 0,3 0,3 0,3 0,4 0,4 0,4 0,5 0,5 Axial +0,2 +0,5 +0,6 +0,8 +0,9 +1,1 +1,3 +1,7

Nominal Torque (Nm) 31 80 160 315 600 950 2000 3150

70 90 110 130 150 180 230 280

65 69,5 82 89 107 142 164,5 207,5

All dimensions in millimetres unless otherwise stated. All HRC Elements have an angular misalignment capacity of up to 1o. Mass is for an FF, FH or HH coupling with mid range Taper-Lock Bushes. Standard element -40oC / +100oC.

204 Drive Couplings

HRC Flywheel Couplings


Satisfactory performance depends on correct installation and maintenance. All instructions in this manual must therefore be followed carefully. 1. Thoroughly clean all components, paying particular attention to the removal of the protective coating in the bore of the driven flange. 2. Fit driven flange (with driving dogs facing flywheel) onto driven shaft. (Where a Taper Lock Flange is used, see separate fitting instructions supplied with the Taper Lock Bush). Locate flange on shaft so that dimension M will be achieved on assembly (see paragraph 3). 3. Bring driven shaft into line with flywheel until dimension M is correct (see tables overleaf). If shaft end float is to occur, locate driven shaft at mid position of end float when checking dimension M. Note that driven shaft may project beyond the face of the flange if required. In this event, shaft diameter + key must be within the bore diameter E of the element (see table overleaf). Allow sufficient space between shaft end and flywheel for end float and misalignment. 4. Fit driving flange to flywheel, using screws from appropriate screw pack (to suit thread type in flywheel). Initially screws should be finger tight. Check location surface i.e. outside diameter or spigot in back face of flange are seating square with flywheel. Alternatively flange location can be achieved by using dowel pins. (2 at 180o). 5. Working alternately and evenly round the flange, tighten each screw until the required screw torques are achieved as below. Flywheel Size 096 to 135 172 Screw Torque (Nm) 32 35

FLYWHEEL COUPLING ASSEMBLY

IMPORTANT
When assembled there must be clearance between the metal halves of the coupling. A minimum 1,5 mm between the face of the dog and the inner face of the opposing coupling half is recommended to prevent any preload of driver and driven bearings.

Driving flange

Driven flange

Flexible element

1,5 mm

Parallel mis-alignment

Straight edge

6. With open assembly type drives check both parallel and angular alignment by placing straight edge across the coupling using setting diameter on flywheel flange and shroud on driven flange (as shown below). Re-check with straight edge after rotating the flywheel through 180o.

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

HRC Flywheel Couplings


L + 135 Flange + 30O D J 90O 90O
156.56 156.50

M
N G

30O E B A P S BOLT HOLES ARE EQUI-SPACED EXCEPT SIZE 135 SHOWN

30O

Example: Part No. = HRP 230

DRIVE COUPLINGS

TABLE 4: DIMENSIONS SAE STYLE COUPLING


DRIVING FLANGE
BOLTS Type Size pod No. mm W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W 150-096 150-112 150-116 150-131 180-096 180-112 180-116 180-131 180-135 230-112 230-116 230-131 230-135 280-131 280-135 280-172 244 286 295 333 244 286 295 333 343 286 295 333 343 333 343 438 inch 95/8" 111/4" 115/8" 13 /8" 95/8" 111/4" 11 /8" 131/8" 131/2" 111/4" 11 /8" 131/8" 131/2" 131/8" 13 /2" 171/4"
1 5 5 1

DRIVEN FLANGE
Total Mass kg Total Inertia kgm2 Type FH Bush 2012 2012 2012 2012 2517 2517 2517 2517 2517 3020 3020 3020 3020 3525 3525 3525 Max Bore Type B Bore A mm 50 50 50 50 60 60 60 60 60 75 75 75 75 90 90 90 inch 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,0 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,5 3,0 3,0 3,0 3,0 3,5 3,5 3,5 Max 70 70 70 70 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 115 115 115 Min 42 42 42 42 48 48 48 48 48 55 55 55 55 65 65 65 150 150 150 150 180 180 180 180 180 225 225 225 225 275 275 275 115 115 115 115 125 125 125 125 125 155 155 155 155 206 206 206 33,5 33,5 33,5 33,5 46,5 46,5 46,5 46,5 46,5 52,5 52,5 52,5 52,5 66,5 66,5 66,5 60 60 60 60 70 70 70 70 70 90 90 90 90 105,5 105,5 105,5 62 62 62 62 77 77 77 77 77 99 99 99 99 119 119 119 40 40 40 40 49 49 49 49 49 59,5 59,5 59,5 59,5 74,5 74,5 74,5 42 42 42 42 48 48 48 48 48 55 55 55 55 67 67 67 B DFH D6 E G J

S Size
3 7

LFH

LB

Size

6 8 8 8 6 8 8 8 6 8 8 8 6 8 6 8

/8"UNC

263 307 314 352 263 307 314 352 370 307 314 352 370 352 370 466

84,5 84,5 84,5 84,5 107,5 107,5 107,5 107,5 107,5 127 127 127 127 157 157 157

111 111 111 111 131 131 131 131 131 164,5 164,5 164,5 164,5 196 196 196

51 51 51 51 61 61 61 61 61 74,5 74,5 74,5 74,5 90,5 90,5 90,5

15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 17 17 17

9,629 0,055 11,622 0,098 11,955 0,106 13,607 0,157 13.128 0,078 15,191 0,121 15,523 0,129 17,788 0,191 18,859 0,226 22,301 0,187 22,634 0,195 24,774 0,255 25,845 0,289 41,889 0,484 43,103 0,524 47,737 0,782

150 150 150 150 180 180 180 180 180 230 230 230 230 280 280 280

/16"UNF /8"UNC /8"UNC /8"UNC

3 3 3 7

/16"UNF /8"UNC /8"UNC /8"UNC

3 3 3 7

/16"UNF /8"UNC /8"UNC /8"UNC /8"UNC /8"UNC /2"UNC

3 3 3 3 3 1

J is the wrench clearance to allow for tightening and loosening the bush on the shaft. The use of a shortened key will allow this dimension to be reduced. LFH is the overall length when using F or H bushed flanges. LB is the overall length when using B flanges. Mass and inertias are for a complete coupling, ie flywheel flange, F or H flange fitted with a mid range bush and the element.

Driven Flange Codes B Flange - Bored to size F Flange H Flange Element Codes Nitrile Rubber (General Duty)

Flywheel to Shaft Coupling Comprises: 1 - Flywheel Flange. 1 - Flexible element. 1 - HRC Driven Flange. 1 - Taper-Lock Bush.

206 Drive Couplings

Jaw Couplings
Jaw Couplings offer the choice of sintered iron hubs, standard nitrile elements and a range of stock bores to meet the demand for a low cost general purpose flexible coupling. They cater for incidental misalignment, absorb shock loads and damp small amplitude vibrations. SELECTION PROCEDURE
(a) (b) (c) Service Factor Find service factor from table 1. Design Power Multiply normal running power by the service factor. Coupling Size Refer to table 2 and read across from the appropriate speed until a power equal to or greater than the design power is found. The coupling size is given at the head of the column. Bore Size Check from dimension table 4 that the bore capacity of the coupling is adequate.

(d)

TABLE 1: SERVICE FACTORS


PRIME MOVER Driven Load Uniform Load Moderate Shock Heavy Shock ELECTRIC MOTOR 1,0 1,5

TABLE 2: POWER RATINGS - NITRILE ELEMENTS (kW)


Speed r/min* 100 720 960 1440 2880 3600 Torque N.m Coupling Size 050 0,037 0,26 0,35 0,53 1,05 1,32 3,51 070 0,06 0,43 0,58 0,87 1,73 2,17 5,77 075 0,12 0,90 1,20 1,80 3,61 4,51 11,9 090 0,20 1,44 1,93 2,89 5,78 7,22 19,2 095 0,27 1,95 2,59 3,89 7,78 9,73 25,8 100 0,58 4,18 5,58 8,36 16,73 20,91 55,4 110 1,10 7,94 10,59 15,88 31,77 39,71 105

TABLE 3: ELEMENT CHARACTERISTICS


Type Temp Range OC -40 to 100 Max Displacement Degrees 1 Parallel 0,38 Shore Hardness 80A Power Factor 1

Nitrile

TABLE 4: DIMENSIONS
Size 050 070 075 090 095 100 110 d1 27,5 35 44,5 53,5 53,5 65 84,5

Example: Part No. = L050 d2 Max 14 19 24 24 28 35 42 Set screw over key M6 M6 M6 M6 M8 M8 M10 Approx + mass (kg) 0,11 0,26 0,46 0,55 0,68 1,58 3,17 Hub Material *S S S S S S S S

l1 44 51 54 54 64 90 108

l2 6,5 9,5 8,0 8,7 11,0 11,0 19,0


o

l3 16,5 20 21 23,5 25,5 35,5 43

Maximum speed 3 600 r/min. Maximum displacement all sizes: 0,38 mm radial, 1 angular. Bored or bored and keywayed hubs can be supplied against special order. Bores are to ISO .268 H7 tolerance (BS 4500, 1969). Keyways are to BS 4235 for metric bores and to BS46 Part 1:1958 for imperial bores. + Masses are for a complete coupling with solid hubs which are normally supplied. *S -Sintered Iron.

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

2,0

High Precision Universal Joints with Hardened Bushes


Example: Part No. = UTS 100AL

Singles max 45o - Doubles max 90o

TABLE 1: DIMENSIONS
SINGLE JOINTS TYPE d 10 16 22 25 29 32 40 47 50 58 63 80 95 DOUBLE JOINTS TYPE 108AD d1 40 l3 128 l4 46 dH7 KEYWAY 20 b 6 t 22,8 dH7 25 SH 8 20 SWH8 20 l5 20 l1 40 58 62 86 90 95 127 127 140 178 130 160 190 l2 13 11 10 11 13 15 19 22 26 30 30 42 54 dH7 KEYWAY 8 10 12 14 16 20 22 25 30 32 40 50 MAX BORE SIZES: ROUND, SQUARE, HEX b 2 3 4 5 5 6 6 8 8 10 12 14 t 9 11,4 13,8 16,3 18,3 22,8 24,8 28,3 33,8 35,3 43,3 53,8 dH7 5 10 12 12 16 20 25 25 32 35 40 50 55 SH 8 10 12 14 16 20 22 25 30 30 SWH8 10 12 14 16 20 25 25 35 35 38 38

DRIVE COUPLINGS

100AL 102A 103A 104A 105A 106A 108A 109A 110A 111A 111/1A 113A 114A

All dimensions are in mm's. NB Joints are solid and may not be dismantled for boring.

TABLE 2: ANGLE FACTOR


ANGLE UP TO 5O FACTOR F 1,25 1 0,75 0,45 0,30

SELECTION OF JOINTS
TABLE 3 gives the maximum allowable torque (expressed in N.m) calculated on the basis with an angle of inclination of 10o and continuous use. If the inclination angle is over 10o the values shown will be reduced in accordance with the angle factors in TABLE 2. 208 Drive Couplings

10O 20O 30O 40O

All dimensions in millimetres.

High Precision Universal Joints with Hardened Bushes


Example: Criteria for selection of joint after taking into account the power to be transmitted, speed and angle of inclination. Example: power P 2,2 kW speed n 200 r/min bore size angle 20o 2. The torque to be transmitted is 105,05 N.m but since the joint angle is 20o one must select a joint of larger dimensions and torque carrying capacity to compensate. Since the torque factor for 20o is 0,75 (as indicated on the table 2) one divides the torque factor M by factor F. M = 105,05 = 140,07 N.m F 0,75 3. The appropriate joint should have a torque capability of 140,07 N.m or greater, refer to TABLE 3. A Size 108A at 200 r/min will transmit 168 N.m. 4. Bore size, refer to TABLE 1 to ensure joint will accept the shaft diameters.

1. The corresponding torque moment is: M = 9550 x P = 9550 x 2,2 = 105,05 N.m n 200

TABLE 3: TORSION MOMENTS FOR JOINTS IN N.m


SPEED r/min SIZE 100 100AL 102A 103A 104A 105A 106A 108A 109A 110A 111A 113A 114A 5,5 13 25 43 68,5 86,5 240 300 384 432 504 720 200 5 9 17 25 43 84 168 192 240 264 336 480 300 4,2 8 14,5 20,5 39,5 72 120 144 168 192 264 336 400 3,8 7 13 17 36 57,5 96 120 144 156 216 264 500 3,5 6 12 15,5 33,5 51,5 84 96 120 132 700 5,2 11 13 28,5 41 60 72 96 800 4,7 7,5 12 36

For double joints use the value equivalent to 90% of the mentioned torsion moments.

NOTES ON THE INSTALLATION OF UNIVERSAL JOINTS LUBRICATION For both intermittent and continuously rated joints where constant lubrication (such as an oil bath) is not available, joint covers suitable for grease packing are recommended. These are available for all sizes of single joint and can be used in pairs on double joints. Where the use of covers is not practical, the working areas of the joint must be oiled at least once a day.

RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS GREASE OIL

Darmex Shell Mobil Caltex

123 Alvania EP2 Mobilplex 46 EP 00

GB 1050 Omala 320 SHC 632 Meropa 220

Where constant angular velocity throughout each revolution of the connected shafts is required, the working angles must be equal - see Fig. 1. Where an intermediate shaft is used either telescopic (to accommodate lateral movement between the driving and driven shafts) or plain, the relationship of the joint ends must be as shown in Fig. 2. Applications involving tension or compression of the universal joint should be referred to Fenner Power Transmission Distributor.

FIG. 2 Drive Couplings 209

DRIVE COUPLINGS

26,5

Rubber Boots for the Protection of the Universal Joints

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Example: Part No. = UJB 103G

SIZE

JOINT BORE A B C

103G 104G 105G 106G 108G 109G 110G 111G

10 12 14 16 20 22 25 30

39 47 51 56 75 83 93 105

20,5 24,5 27,5 30,5 40 45 50 56

47 52 58 67 84 97 110 124

210 Drive Couplings

Taper-Lock Rigid Couplings Cast Iron


Taper-Lock Rigid Couplings provide a convenient method of rigidly connecting ends of shafts. Taper-Lock Bushes permit easier and quicker fixing to the shafts with the firmness of a shrunk-on fit. These couplings have a male and female flange fully machined. The male flange can have the bush fitted from the Hub side H or from the flange side F; the female flange always has bush fitting F. This gives two possible coupling assemblies HF and FF. When connecting horizontal shafts, the most convenient assembly should be chosen. When connecting vertical shafts use assembly FF only.

Coupling Assembly HF

Coupling Assembly FF

SELECTION PROCEDURE
Example: A shaft coupling is required to transmit 75 kW at 1 440 r/min to a metal mill. The motor shaft is 70 mm and the mill shaft is 80 mm. A) DESIGN TORQUE N.m = 75 x 9 550 = 497 N.m 1 440

B) COUPLING SIZE From TABLE 1 read across till a torque greater than 497 N.m is found. The coupling size at the column is an R25. C) BORE SIZE From TABLE 1 it shows that an R35 can accommodate both shafts.

Example: Part No. = R12

TABLE 1: DIMENSIONS
Bush No. 1210 1615 2517 3030 3535 4040 4545 5050 Max. Bore Metric 32 42 60 75 90 100 110 125 Mass + (kg) + 3,5 4,5 11,0 23,0 38,0 64,0 88,0 155,0 Max Torque N.m 222 475 1353 2552 4510 6775 9010 11301

Size

d1
118 127 178 216 248 298 330 362

d2
102 105 149 181 213 257 286 314

d3
83 80 123 146 178 210 230 266

d4
76 89 127 152 178 216 241 267

l1
57 83 97 159 185 210 235 260

l2
26 38 45 76 89 102 114 127

l3
35 43 51 65 75 76 86 92

l4 +
7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

l5 *
38 38 48 54 67 79 89 92

R 12 R 16 R 25 R 30 R 35 R 40 R 45 R 50

*/5 is the wrench clearance to allow for tightening and loosening the bush on the shaft. The use of a shortened wrench will permit this dimension to be reduced. +/4 is the distance between shaft ends. Mass is for couplings with mid-range bore Taper-Lock Bushes.

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

Disc-Type Flexible Coupling Cast Iron Flanges


This Coupling has many outstanding advantages and is supplied in three alternative assemblies: HH, FF and HF as shown on page 168. These enable the Taper-Lock Bush to be fitted from the hub side or the flange side, the choice depending on the application. The flanges and Taper-Lock Bushes are of close-grained cast iron, machined to close tolerances and the flexible disc is of a non- metallic rubber-impregnated fabric. The unit is designed and manufactured to the high standard already long associated with other Fenner products.

LONG LIFE
The power ratings are based on a life concept. They assume that misalignment is present and are such that long life of pins and disc, both of which are replaceable, will be realised at all permitted speeds. Under conditions of perfect alignment the nominal torque capacity of the coupling at 100 r/min is, of course, available at higher speeds.

THE ELIMINATION OF TIGHT PRESS FITTING


The separate operation of press-on or shrunk-on fitting is done automatically when, on tightening the grub-screws, the Bush is drawn into the flange.

THE ELIMINATION OF RE-BORING


With Taper-Lock Bushes, reboring is not necessary. Bushes to suit all normal shaft sizes from 10 mm to 90 mm are obtainable off the shelf.

EASY REMOVAL OR REPLACEMENT


To replace the central disc or to repair one of the coupled units, coupling dismantling and re-assembly is greatly simplified; there are no bolts to disconnect, and the flange is removed simply by slackening the Taper-Lock Bush. The hole in the disc will permit the shafts to project beyond the faces of the flange where this is necessary, and will permit the flanges and the disc to be slid along one of the connected shafts where required.

DRIVE COUPLINGS

FLEXIBILITY
The Coupling accommodates accidental parallel or angular shaft misalignment; it provides resilience against shock loads; it reduces or eliminates the transmission of torsional vibration.

SELECTION FROM DRIVEN MACHINE REQUIREMENT


Details required for coupling selection are: (1) Type of driven machine and operating hours per day. (2) Speed and power absorbed by driven machine (if absorbed power is not known calculate on power rating of primer mover). (3) Diameter and length of shafts to be connected.

PROCEDURE
(a) Service Factor Determine appropriate Service Factor from table 1. (b) Design Power Multiply running power of driven machine by the service factor. This gives the design power which is used as a basis for coupling selection. (c) Coupling Size Refer to table 2 and read across from the appropriate speed until a power equal to or greater than the design power is found. The size of coupling is given at the head of that column. (d) Bore Size From dimension table 3 check that the required bores can be accommodated. EXAMPLE A shaft coupling is required to transmit 70kW between a 1200 r/min d.c. electric motor and a mixer running 8hrs/day. Motor shaft is 70mm and the mixer shaft is 75mm. (a) Service Factor From table 1 the service factor is 1. (b) Design Power Design power 70 x 1 = 70kW. (c) Coupling Size Reading across from 1200 r/min in the speed column of table 2 93,3kW is the first power to exceed the required 70kW (design power). The size of the coupling at the head of this column is 254. (d) Bore Size Table 3 shows that both shaft diameters are within the bore range available.

TABLE 1: SERVICE DUTY


NORMAL SERVICE / 1 SEVERE SERVICE / 1,5

Bakery dough mixers - compressors (centrifugal; 3 or more cylinders) conveyors (apron, belt, chain, screw) elevators (bucket) - fans and blowers (centrifugal, propeller) - generators and exciters - laundry machinery - line shafts machine tools - printing machinery - pumps (centrifugal: rotary: 3 or more cylinders) screens (conical, revolving) - textile reels warpers - wood working machinery.

Agitators - Compressors (1 or 2 cylinders) crushing machinery (stone or ore) - blowers (induced draft, positive) - mills (ball, pug, rod, tumbling barrel) - pumps (1 and 2 cylinder) - saw mill machinery - textile spinning and doubling frames.

Class all pulsating or widely varying loads as severe service.

212 Drive Couplings

Disc-Type Flexible Coupling


TABLE 2: POWER RATING (kW)
Speed r/min 67
10 20 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 720 800 960 1000 1200 1400 1440 1600 1800 2000 2400 2880 3000 3600 0.02 0.05 0.10 0.16 0.21 0.26 0.37 0.48 0.57 0.61 0.72 0.79 0.90 0.99 1.07 1.13 1.22 1.24 1.36 1.46 1.48 1.57 1.68 1.80 2.03 2.29 2.36 2.73

Disc-type coupling size 83


0.04 0.09 0.18 0.27 0.36 0.45 0.65 0.83 0.99 1.12 1.23 1.32 1.45 1.62 1.76 1.86 2.02 2.06 2.24 2.40 2.44 2.60 2.76 2.95 3.30 3.74 3.85 4.39

102
0.07 0.14 0.28 0.43 0.57 0.72 1.04 1.34 1.58 1.79 1.97 2.11 2.36 2.58 2.81 2.97 3.23 3.30 3.59 3.83 3.88 4.07 4.30 4.51 4.99 5.54 5.68 6.37

134
0.16 0.32 0.64 0.96 1.28 1.60 2.33 2.97 3.53 4.01 4.39 4.71 5.27 5.77 6.29 6.64 7.24 7.39 7.98 8.58 8.68 9.10 9.62 10.2 11.3 12.7 13.1 14.8

178
0.35 0.70 1.41 2.11 2.82 3.52 5.11 6.53 7.76 8.80 9.62 10.4 11.6 12.7 13.8 14.6 16.0 16.3 17.6 18.8 19.0 20.0 21.2 22.4 24.9 27.9 28.6

204
0.80 1.60 3.20 4.81 6.42 8.06 11.6 14.8 17.7 20.1 21.9 23.6 26.4 28.9 31.5 33.2 36.2 36.9 40.1 42.8 43.3 45.5 48.1 50.7 56.2 60.6

254
1.86 3.76 7.43 11.1 14.8 18.6 26.9 34.5 40.9 46.5 50.7 54.6 61.2 66.9 72.8 76.8 84.0 85.8 93.3 99.2 100.0 105.0 111.0

318
5.37 10.6 20.7 30.2 39.2 47.7 68.9 88.0 105.0 119.0 132.0 145.0 162.0 175.0 189.0 198.0 211.0 214.0 240.0 261.0 264.0 274.0

TYPE HH

TYPE FF

TABLE 3: DIMENSIONS
Bush No. 1108 1210 1210 1610 2517 2517 3020 3535 Max. Bore Sizes mm 28 32 32 42 60 60 75 90 Mass kg * Pins per Flange No. 3 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 Diam Nom 8 10 10 13 16 19 25 32

Size

d1
1,2 1,8 2,5 4,5 10,2 13,6 34,9 66,2 67 83 102 134 178 204 254 318

d2
67 83 124 124 152 178

d3 Nom.
51 64 76 102 143 162 197 248

l1
58 66 66 70 108 115 139 228

l2
22 25 25 25 44 44 51 89

l3
14 16 16 20 20 27 37 50

l4
+ + + + + + + +

l5
11 13 13 16 16 22 32 45

l6
22 25 14 18 22 25 35 41

l7
58 66 44 56 67 77 107 132

l8
29 38 38 38 48 48 54 67

67 83 102 134 178 204 254 318

*/8 = Wrench clearance to allow for tightening and loosening the bush on the shaft. The use of a shortened wrench will permit this dimension to be reduced. +/4 = Shaft ends, although normally located dimension /3 apart, can project beyond the flanges as shown. In this event, allow sufficient space between shaft ends for end float and misalignment. All couplings have an angular misalignment of 1o.

Drive Couplings 213

DRIVE COUPLINGS

TYPE HF

Fenagrid Taper Grid Couplings


Structure & Designation

Part 1. Oil Seal 2. Cover 3. Hub 4. Grid 5. Gasket 6. Bolt 7. Lube Plug

DRIVE COUPLINGS

H - Horizontal Split

V - Vertical Split

Selection Method
Selection Processes 1) By using the following formula, obtain Design Torque required. Torque (Nm) = Power (kW) x 9550 x S.F Speed (Rev/min) 2) Select the size with the same or with greater value in the Basic Torque column. Refer to the maximum speed allowed to the size selected and then compare the shaft diameters of the application with the maximum bore diameter of the size selcted. If the coupling bore size is not suitable, select the larger coupling size. Special requirements: A. On calculating the torque required use the lowest operating speed of the application. B. If there are reverse motions repeatedly or frequent irregular load changes, double the service factor. 3) Example When you select a COUPLING to connect a 45 kW 1440 rpm motor to a rotary type pump, with shaft diameters of 60mm for the motor and 52mm for the pump. Service factor from table is 1,75 (from Page 218) T = 45 x 9550 x 1.75 1440 T = 522.26 Nm The coupling size 1060 accepts the calculated torque of 522.26 Nm and then compare the application shaft size (60mm) to the maximum bore of the selected coupling size 1060 (55mm). You will select the coupling size 1070 accepting up to 65mm shaft diameter. The size also accepts the application motor speed 1440 rpm. Either TH or TV covers are available. Finally the coupling size 1070 is selected.

214 Drive Couplings

Fenagrid Taper Grid Couplings


Type TH (Horizontal Split Aluminium Cover)

Example: Part No. = T1020 HUB

Size

kW per Max 100 Speed rpm (rpm)


0.50 1.44 2.40 4.19 6.59 9.69 20.13 35.79 60.40 90.22 131.98 191.64 275.91 384.03 539.88 719.60 997.74 1319.88 1799.37 4500 4500 4500 4500 4350 4125 3600 3600 2400 2250 2025 1800 1650 1500 1350 1225 1100 1050 900

Basic Torque (Nm)


47.66 135.63 225.95 395.50 621.45 903.88 1864.24 3389.57 5705.80 8474.02 12428.56 18077.87 25986.94 36155.75 50844.05 67792.00 94004.98 124285.40 169480.10

Bore Dia.(mm) Max.


30 35 43 50 55 65 78 95 107 117 136 165 184 203 228 279 311 339 361

Bore Dia.(mm) A
101.6 110.0 117.5 138.0 150.5 161.9 194.0 213.0 250.0 270.0 308.0 346.0 384.0 453.1 501.4 566.4 629.9 675.6 756.9

Min.
12 12 12 12 19 19 27 27 41 41 60 67 67 108 120.7 133.4 152.4 152.4 177.8

B
98.0 98.0 104.6 123.6 130.0 155.4 180.8 199.8 245.7 258.5 304.4 329.8 371.6 371.8 402.2 437.8 483.6 254.2 564.8

C
47.5 47.5 50.8 60.3 36.5 76.2 88.9 98.4 120.6 127.0 149.2 161.9 182.8 128.9 198.1 215.9 238.8 259.1 279.4

D
39.7 49.2 57.1 66.7 76.2 87.3 104.8 123.8 142.0 160.3 179.4 217.5 254.0 269.2 304.8 355.6 393.7 436.9 497.8

E
66.5 68.3 70.0 79.5 92.0 95.0 116.0 122.0 155.5 161.5 191.5 195.0 201.0 271.3 278.9 304.3 321.1 325.1 355.6

Coupling Lube Weight Weight (kg) Min. Normal Max. (kg)


1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4.5 4.5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 6 6 9.5 9.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 1.9 2.6 3.4 5.4 7.3 10 18 25 42 54 81 121 178 234 317 448 619 776 1057 0.03 0.03 0.05 0.05 0.09 0.11 0.17 0.25 0.43 0.51 0.73 0.91 1.13 1.95 2.81 3.49 3.76 4.40 5.62

Gap (mm)

Size

1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1080 1090 1100 1110 1120 1130 1140 1150 1160 1170 1180 1190 1200

1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1080 1090 1100 1110 1120 1130 1140 1150 1160 1170 1180 1190 1200

Coupling weight without bore machining

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

Fenagrid Taper Grid Couplings


Type TV (Vertical Split Steel Cover)

DRIVE COUPLINGS
Example: Part No. = T1020 HUB

Size

kW per Max 100 Speed rpm (rpm)


0.50 1.44 2.40 4.19 6.59 9.69 20.13 35.79 60.40 90.22 131.98 191.64 275.91 384.03 539.88 719.60 997.74 1319.88 1799.37 4500 4500 4500 4500 4350 4125 3600 3600 2400 2250 2025 1800 1650 1500 1350 1225 1100 1050 900

Basic Torque (Nm)


47.66 135.63 225.95 395.50 621.45 903.88 1864.24 3389.57 5705.80 8474.02 12428.56 18077.87 25986.94 36155.75 50844.05 67792.00 94004.98 124285.40 169480.10

Bore Dia.(mm) Max.


30 35 43 50 55 65 78 95 107 117 136 165 184 203 228 279 311 339 361

Bore Dia.(mm) A
101.6 110.0 117.5 138.0 150.5 161.9 194.0 213.0 250.0 270.0 308.0 346.0 384.0 453.1 501.4 566.4 629.9 675.6 756.9

Gap (mm) E
24.2 25.0 25.7 31.2 32.2 33.7 44.2 47.7 60.0 64.2 73.4 75.1 78.2 106.9 114.3 119.4 130.0 135.0 145.0

Min.
12 12 12 12 19 19 27 27 41 41 60 67 67 108 120.7 133.4 152.4 152.4 177.8

B
98.0 98.0 104.6 123.6 130.0 155.4 180.8 199.8 245.7 258.5 304.4 329.8 371.6 371.8 402.2 437.8 483.6 254.2 564.8

C
47.5 47.5 50.8 60.3 63.5 76.2 88.9 98.4 120.6 127.0 149.2 161.9 182.8 182.9 198.1 215.9 238.8 259.1 279.4

D
39.7 49.2 57.1 66.7 76.2 87.3 104.8 123.8 142.0 160.3 179.4 217.5 254.0 269.2 304.8 355.6 393.7 436.9 497.8

Min.
1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

Coupling Lube Weight Weight (kg) Normal Max. (kg)


4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 6 6 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.5 6 6 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 2.0 2.6 3.4 5.4 7.3 10.4 17.7 25.4 42.2 54.4 81.6 122.5 180.1 230.0 321.1 448.2 571.0 761.0 1021.0 0.03 0.03 0.05 0.05 0.09 0.11 0.17 0.25 0.43 0.51 0.73 0.91 1.13 1.95 2.81 3.49 3.76 4.40 5.62

Size

1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1080 1090 1100 1110 1120 1130 1140 1150 1160 1170 1180 1190 1200

1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1080 1090 1100 1110 1120 1130 1140 1150 1160 1170 1180 1190 1200

Coupling weight without bore machining

216 Drive Couplings

Fenagrid Taper Grid Couplings


Characteristics and Merits

1) PARALLEL The movement of the grid in the lubricated grooves accommodates parallel misalignment and steel permits full funtioning of the grid - groove action in damping out shock and vibration.

LIGHT LOAD The grid bears near the outer edges of the hub teeth. The long span between the points of contact remains free to flex under load.

2) ANGULAR Under angular misalignment, the grid-groove design permits a rocking and sliding action of the lubricated grid and hubs without any loss of power through the resilient grid.

NORMAL LOAD As the load increases, the distance between the contact points on the hub teeth is shortened, but a free span still remains to cushion shock loads.

3) AXIAL End Float for both driving and driven members is permitted because the grid slides freely in the lubricated grooves. 4) TORSIONAL FLEXIBILITY Torsional flexibility is the advantage of Taper Grid Couplings. Providing flexible accommodation to changing load conditions.

SHOCK LOAD The coupling is flexible within its rated power capacity. Under extreme overloads, the grid bears fully on the hub teeth and transmits full load directly.

Taper Grid Couplings demonstrate the excellent performance as shown below

Vibration Absorption

Shock Load Absorption Drive Couplings 217

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Fenagrid Taper Grid Couplings


Applications Service Factors

Alphabetical Listing of Applications


Service Factors Aerator 2.5 Agitatators Vertical and Horizontal Screw, Propellor, Paddle,etc. 1.5 Barge Haul Puller 3.0 Blowers Centrifugal 1.5 Lobe or Vane 1.75 Car Dumpers 4.0 Car Pullers 2.5 Clarifier or Classifier 1.5 Compressors Centrifugal 1.1 Rotary: Lobe or Vane 2.0 Rotary: Screw 2.0 Reciprocating: Direct connected * Without flywheels * *With flywheel and gear between Compressor and Prime mover 1 cylinder, single acting 5.0 1 cylinder, double acting 5.0 2 cylinders, single acting 5.0 2 cylinders, double acting 5.0 3 cylinders, single acting 5.0 3 cylinders, double acting 3.0 4 or more cyl., single acting 3.5 4 or more cyl., double acting 3.5 Conveyors Apron, Assembly, Belt Chain, Flight Screw 1.2 Bucket 2.0 Live Roll, Shaver and Reciprocating 3.5 Cranes and Hoists Main Hoist 2.5 Skip Hoist 2.0 Slope 2.25 Bridge, Travel or Trolley 2.5 Dynamometer 1.5 Elevators Bucket, Centrifugal Discharge 2.0 Freight or Passenger (Not approved) Gravity Discharge 2.0 Escalators (Not approved) Exciter Generator 1.75 Extruder, Plastic 2.25 Fans Centrifugal 1.1 Cooling Tower 3.0 Forced Draft: Across the line start 2.0 Driven thru' fluid or electric slip clutch 1.5 Gas Recirculating 2.5 Induced draft with damper control or blade cleaner 2.0 Induced draft without controls 3.0 Feeders Disc, Screw 2.0 Reciprocating 3.5 Generators Even Load 1.1 Hoist or Railway service 2.0 Welder Load 3.0 Hammer Mill 2.5 Laundry Washer or Tumbler 3.0 Line Shaft Any Processing Machinery 2.0 Machine Tools Auxiliary and Transverse Drive 1.5 Bending Roll, Notching Press, Punch Press, Planer, Plate Reversing2.5 Main Drive 2.0 Man Lifts (Not approved) Metal Forming Machines Draw Bench, Carriage & Main Drive 3.0 Extruder 3.0 Forming Machine & Forming Mills 3.0 Slitters 1.5 Wire Drawing or Flattening 2.5 Wire Winder Service Factors 2.25 Service Factors Gang Saw (Reciprocating) 3.0 Log Haul 3.0 Planer 2.5 Rolls, Non-reversing 2.0 Rolls, Reversing 3.0 Sawdust Conveyor 1.75 Slab Conveyor 2.5 Sorting Table 2.0 Trimmer 2.25 Metal Rolling Mills Coilers (Up or Down) Cold Mills only 2.25 Coilers (Up or Down) Hot Mills only 2.5 Coke Plants Pusher Ram Drive 3.5 Door Opener 3.0 Pusher or Carry Car Traction Drive 4.0 Cold Mills Strip Mills Twinning Mills Cooling Beds 2.0 Drawbench 3.0 Feed Rolls - Blooming Mills, Furnace Pushers 4.0 Hot and Cold Saw Mills 3.0 Hot Mills Strip or Sheet Mills Reversing, Blooming or Slabbing Mills Edge Drives Ingot Cars Manipulators 4.0 Merchant Mills Mill Tables Roughing Breakdown Mills 4.0 Hot Bed or Transfer, Non-reversing 2.25 Run Out, Reversing 4.0 Run Out, Non-reversing, Non-plugging 4.0 Reel Drives 2.25 Rod Mills Screwdown 3.0 Seamless Tube Mills Plercer 4.0 Thrust Block 3.0 Tube Conveyor Rolls 3.0 Repler 3.0 Kick Out 3.0 Sideguards 4.0 Skelp Mills Slitters, Steel Mill only 2.25 Soaking Pit Cover Drives Lift 1.75 Travel 2.25 Straighteners 3.0 Unscramblers (Billet Bundle Busters) 3.0 Wire Drawing Machinery 2.25 Oil Industry Chiller 2.75 Oilwell Pumping (not over 15% peak torque 3.0 Paraffin Filter Pross 2.0 Rotary Kiln 3.0 Paper Mills Barker Auxillary, Hydraulic 3.0 Barker, Mechanical 3.0 Barking Drum L.S. shaft of reducer with final drive Helical or Herringbone gear 3.0 Machined Spur Gear 3.0 Cast Tooth Spur Gear 4.0 Beater & Pulper 2.5 Bleachers Coaters 1.75 Calender & Super Calender 2.5 Chipper 4.0 Converting Machine 1.75 Couch 2.25 Cutter, Felt Whipper 3.0 Cylinder, Dryer 2.25 Felt Stretcher 2.0 Fourdrinier 2.28 Jordon 3.0 Log Haul Line Shaft Press Pulp Grinder Reel, Rewindar, Winder Stock Chest, Washer, Thickener Stock Pumps, Centrifugal Constant Speed Frequent Speed Changes Under Load Suction Roll Rubber Industry Calender Crooker, Rlexicator Extruder Intensive or Banbury Mixer Mixing Mil ????? One or two in line Three or four in line Five or more in line Tire Building Machine Tire & Tube Press Opener (peak Torque) Tuber, Strainer, Pelletizer Warming Mill One of two Mills in line Three or more Mills in line Washer Sewage Disposal Equipment Bar Screen, Chemical Feeders, Collectors, Dewatering Screen, Grit Collector Sugar Industry Cane Carrier & Levater Cane Knife & Crusher Mill Stands, Turbine Driven with all helical or ????? gears Electric Drive or Steam Engine Drive with Helical, Herringbone, or Spur Grears with any Prime Mover Textile Industry Batcher Calender, Card Machine Cloth Finishing Machine Dry Can, Loom Dyeing Machinery Knitting Machine Mangle, Napper, Soaper Spinner, Tenter Frame, Winder Reducer Service Factors 3.0 2.0 2.25 2.25 2.0 2.0 1.5 1.75 2.5 2.0 3.5 2.25 3.5 3.5 3.0 2.25 3.5 1.5 2.25 3.0 2.25 3.5

Coilers and Uncoilers 2.25 Mixers (see Agitators) Concrete 2.5 Muller 2.5 Press, Printing 2.25 Pug Mill 2.5 Pulverizers Hammermill and Hog 2.5 Roller 2.0 Pumps Centrifugal Constant Speed 1.1 Frequent Speed Changes under Load 2.0 Descaling with accumulators 2.0 Gear, Rotary or Vane 1.75 Reciprocating 1 cylinder, single or double acting 3.0 2 cylinders, single acting 3.0 2 cylinders, double acting 2.5 3 or more cylinders 2.0 Screens Air Washing 1.5 Grizzly 2.0 Rotary, Coal or Sand 2.0 Vibration 3.5 Water 1.0 Ski Tows (Not approved) Steering Gear 1.5 Stoker 1.5 Tumbling Barrel 2.5 Winch, Manouevering Dredge, Marine 2.5 Windlass 2.0 Wood Working Machinery 1.5 Work Lift Platforms (Not approved)

DRIVE COUPLINGS

1.5 2.5 3.0 2.0

Alphabetical Listing of Industries


Service Factors Aggregate Processing, Cement, Mining Kilns, Tube, Rod and Ball Mills Direct or on LS Shaft of reducer with Final drive Machine Gears 3.0 Single Helical or Herringbone Gears 2.25 Conveyors, Feeders, Screens, Elevators; See General Listing Crushers, Ore or Stone 3.5 Dryer, Rotary 2.0 Grizzly 3.0 Hammermill or Hog 2.5 Tumbling Mill or Barrel 2.5 Brewing and Distilling Bottle and Can Filling Machines 1.5 Brew Kettle 1.5 Cookers, Continuous Duty 1.75 LauterTub 2.25 Mash Tub 1.75 Scale Hopper, Frequent Peaks 2.25 Clay Working Industry Brick Press, Briquette Machine, Clay Working Machine, Pug Mill 2.25 Dredges Cable Reel 2.25 Conveyors 1.5 Cutter Head, Jig Drive 3.0 Manouevering Winch 2.5 Pumps (Uniform Load) 2.0 Screen Drive, Stacker 2.5 Utility Winch 2.5 Food Industry Beet Slicer 2.5 Bottling, Can Filling Machine, Cereal Cooker 1.75 Dough Mixer, Meat Grinder 2.5 Lumber Band Resaw 2.0 Circular Resaw, Cut-off 2.5 Edger, Head Rig, Hog 3.0

2.25 1.75 2.0 2.25 2.0 1.75 2.2 1.75 2.0 2.0

218 Drive Couplings

Fenagrid Taper Grid Couplings


Installation Instructions
The performance and the life of the coupling depend on how you install and service them. This page helps you how to assemble the coupling for the best performance and for the trouble free operation. TH Taper Grid Coupling is designed to be operated in either the horizontal or vertical position without modification. *Simple standard mechanical tools such as wrenches, a straight edge and feeler gauge or dial guage are required to install the Taper Grid Coupling.

For TH Type Couplings

Clean all metal parts using nonflammable solvent. Lightly coat seals with grease and place on shaft, before mounting hub. Mount hubs on the shafts.

Using spacer bar, equal in thickness to the normal gap. The difference in maximum measurements must not exceed the angular limit.

Align so that a straight edge rests squarely on both hubs as shown. And also at 90 interval. The clearance must not exceed the limit specified in the Table below.

After greasing the teeth of the groove hub, fix the GRID in the same direction.

Thoroughly grease the grid. Place oil seals on the hubs, put gaskets and fasten the cover halves correctly with bolts.

Coupling disassembly and grid removal. When ever it is necessary to disconnect the coupling, remove the cover halves and grid. A round rod or screw driver can be a convenient tool to remove the grid.
Recommended installation Size Parallel offset p
0.15 0.15 0.15 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.20 0.25 0.25 0.28 0.28 0.28 0.30 0.30 0.30 0.38 0.38 0.38

Operating Parallel offset p


0.30 0.30 0.30 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.40 0.50 0.50 0.56 0.56 0.56 0.60 0.60 0.60 0.76 0.76 0.76

Angular X-Y
0.06 0.07 0.08 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.15 0.17 0.20 0.22 0.25 0.30 0.33 0.39 0.44 0.50 0.56 0.61 0.68

Angular X-Y
0.24 0.29 0.32 0.39 0.45 0.50 0.61 0.70 0.82 0.90 1.01 1.19 1.34 1.56 1.77 2.00 2.26 2.44 2.72

Normal gap 10%


3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4.5 4.5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1070 1080 1090 1100 1110 1120 1130 1140 1150 1160 1170 1180 1190 1200

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

Fenagrid Taper Grid Couplings


For TV Type Couplings

Clean all metal parts using nonflammable solvent. Lightly coat seals with grease and place the covers on shaft before mounting hub. Mount hubs on the shafts.

Use a spacer bar equal in thickness to the normal gap. The difference in maximum measurements must not exceed the angular limit.

Align so that a straight edge rests squarely on both hubs as shown. Check at 90O intervals. Clearances measured with dial guage must not exceed limit specified in Table.

DRIVE COUPLINGS

After greasing the tooth groove hub, fix the GRID in the same direction.

Pack the spaces between and around the grid with as much lubricant as possible. Slide cover halves with seals onto hubs and position with lube holes 180O apart.

Lubrication and Handling


You should choose a high quality lubricant for a good performance and long life. 1) Grease Lubrication Grease the grid before assembling covers. Fill up grease through the lube plugs after assembing couplings. Supplement and replacement Every three months or every 240 - 250 hours of operation, you should add grease. Every 3 months or every 4000 hours of operation you should replace all the deteriorated grease. Selection You can choose grease according to the ambient temperature shown in the table below.

2)

3)

Common Industrial Lubricants (NLGI Grade #2)


Manufacturer 0F to 150F (18C to 66C) Ambient Temperature Range: 30F to 100F (43C to 38C)
Amolith Grease #2 Litholene HEP 2 Chevron DuraLith EP2 Citgo HEP 2 EP Conolith #2 Ronex MP Gulfcrown Grease #2 Cosmolube #1 Lotemp EP #84 Light Mobilux #1 Philube IB & RB Grease Alvania Grease #2 Factran #2 Prestige 42 Multifak EP2 Union Unoba #2 ValLith EP #2

Amoco Oil Co. Atlantic Richfield Co. Chevron U.S.A. Inc. Cities Service Co. Conoco Inc. Exxon Company, U.S.A. Gulf Oil Corp. E.F. Houghton & Co. Impenrial Oil Ltd. Keystone Div. (Pennwallt) Mobil Oil Corp. Phillips Petroleum Co. Shell Oil Co. Standard Oil Co. (OH) Sun Oil Company Texaco Lubricants Union Oil Co. (CA) Valvoline Oil Co.

Amolith Grease #2 Litholene HEP 2 Chevron DuraLith EP2 Citgo HEP 2 EP Conolith #2 Ronex MP Gulfcrown Grease #2 Cosmolube #2 Esso MP Grease H #81 Light Mobilux EP111 IB & RB Grease Alvania Grease #2 Factran #2 Prestige 42 Starplex HD2 Union Unoba #2 ValLith EP #2

Note: Check with lube manufacturer for approved lubricants to use in the food processing industry.

220 Drive Couplings

Escogear
ADVANTAGE WHY ESCOGEAR? High torque and misalignment capacity
Thanks to the patented Escogear Multicrown profile (used on the C and F series), the optimised coupling design and the standard use of 12,9 quality bolts, the Escogear couplings offer the user a very high torque capacity. This means that for a given torque a smaller coupling can be used which results in more efficient machine design and performance. Furthermore, this high torque is available at important angular misalignment.

Transparent coupling selection


The torque capacity of a gear type coupling strongly depends on the angular misalignment to which it is subjected: the higher the misalignment, the lower the torque capacity. It is clear that this relationship can and will cause problems in coupling selection because misalignment during operation is almost impossible to predict. Escogear couplings of the F and C...M type are equipped with Esco Multicrown tooth form. Thanks to this quite unique design, the Escogear has a torque capacity that is practically independent of the angular misalignment. Therefore, coupling selection is easy and mistakes are avoided: long coupling life is guaranteed.

High precision gearing

Reduced backlash
One of the consequences of the Multicrown design is that the necessary backlash between the teeth can be reduced to an absolute minimum. This will reduce the impact loads in start/ stop and reversing torque applications. As a result, the teeth can be designed with a larger section and the root stresses will be reduced. Thanks to this feature the Escogear couplings are ideal for use in presses, mills, punching machines, portal cranes etc.

Perfect gear top centring


Gear type couplings require, in order to operate, a clearance between the top of each hub tooth and the root of the sleeve teeth. Due to this clearance, the sleeve cannot be perfectly centred on the hubs. This will create vibrations in applications where the load constantly changes from no load to full load (e.g. portal cranes). These vibrations will of course influence the operation of the connected equipment. Thanks to special design and machining techniques, Esco is able to pilot the top of each hub tooth into the root of the sleeve teeth. By doing so, the sleeve will remain perfectly centred on the hub and vibrations will be avoided. This specific feature is standard on all F and C...M couplings.

Excellent protection of components


In order to guarantee optimum operation, all Escogear couplings are protected with special surface treatment or coating. All bolts are coated with Dacromet and the nuts are zinc plated which gives an excellent corrosion resistance and makes disassembly possible, even after numerous years of service life. Furthermore, all the steel components are protected with a special coating to improve their corrosion resistance.

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

Pitch error in the gearing of coupling can strongly affect, the load distribution between the teeth can be strongly influenced. In come cases, the maximum load applied on the teeth can be twice the value of the load calculated. The consequence will be higher surface and root stresses and coupling failure might be the result. Thanks to the high precision manufactured, and the sophisticated quality control, pitch error is minimized and the best possible gear quality level and life time can be guaranteed.

Escogear Couplings
FLEXIBLE GEAR COUPLINGS SERIES F
With ESCO MULTICROWN tooth form for long life Maximum torque: up to 5 040 000 Nm Bore: up to 1 130 mm

DRIVE COUPLINGS
Lower stresses
The Esco Multicrown tooth form is a curve with constantly changing radii of curvature. The tooth contact area under misaligned conditions has a much larger radius of curvature than conventional crowning. The contact area therefore is larger thus reducing the surface stresses.

Constant velocity power transmission


Esco generates the Esco Multicrown, tooth in such a way that the necessary characteristics for homocinetic conjugate tooth action are perfectly achieved.

Less backlash
The Esco Multicrown tooth design requires less backlash for a given angle of misalignment than the conventional crowning, thus reducing shocks in reversing application.

222 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
SERIES F AVAILABILITIES

Dimensions in mm without engagement.

Drive Couplings 223

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escogear Couplings
SERIES F OTHER TYPES AVAILABLE (on request)

DRIVE COUPLINGS
Only a few special types of couplings are illustrated. Additional special types are available on request.

SHAFT CONNECTIONS

224 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
SERIES N - C - F HOW TO SELECT THE RIGHT COUPLING SIZE
A. Select the size of Escogear coupling that will accommodate the largest shaft diameter. B. Make sure this coupling has the required torque capacity according to following formula: torque in Nm = 9550 x P x Fu n

P = power in kW n = speed in rpm Fu = service factor according to tabulation 1. The coupling selected (A) must have an equal or greater torque capacity than the result of the formula (B). Otherwise select a larger size coupling. Check if peak torque does not exceed tabulated peak torque Tp indicated in the selection chart. Check also max. allowable misalignment using the graph of tabulation 2. C. Check if shaft/hub connection will transmit the torque. If necessary, select a longer hub.

TABULATION 1
Driver Machine Applications Electric Motors Turbines Hydraulic motors Gears drivers Service Factor Fu
1 to 1,5 1,5 1,5 to 1,75

Recriprocating engine Electric motors frequent starts


1,25 to 1,75 1,75 1,75 to 2

Uniform

Driven Machine

Moderate Shocks

Propeller - Waterjet pumps Blower: lobe - Pumps: gear and lobe types - Vane compressors - Machine tools: main drives - Conveyors: belt and chain not uniformly fed bucket and screw Elevators, cranes, tackles and winches - Wire winding machines, reels, winders (paper industry) - Agitators liquids and solids, liquids variable density. Generators (welding) - Reciprocating pumps and compressors - Laundry washers - Bending roll, punch press, tapping machines - Barkers, calanders, paper presses - Briquetter machines, cement furnace - Crushers: ore and stone, hammer mill, rubber mill - Metal mills: forming machines, table conveyors Draw Bench, wire drawing and flattening machines - Road and railroad equipment.

1,25 1,25 to 1,5

Heavy Shocks

1,5 to 2

1,75 to 2,25

2 to 2,5

TABULATION 2

T/Tn Ref. (%) 100 90 80 70 60 50 40


M ax .0 ,7 5
o

FST 45 TO 275

FST Size 45 60 75 95 110 130 155 175 195 215 240 275

Tn Ref. kNm 1,3 2,8 5 10 16 22 32 45 62 84 115 174

n Ref. min-1 13450 10400 8650 7100 6050 5150 4300 3950 3600 3450 3300 3050

Forbidden Area Special Design Requested

Ma x
o

Ma x .0 ,4 o ar ea

.0

,3 o

30 20 10 0 0

ar ea

Ma x

.0

,2 o

ar ea

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

n/n Ref. (%)

HOW TO USE THE GRAPH?


Maximum torque, maximum speed and maximum misalignment may not occur simultaneously. Graph must be used as follow: 1. Calculate Tn and Tp and select coupling size as usual. Tn = nominal torque Tp = peak torque. 2. Calculate Tn/Tnref and N/Nref and plot the resulting point in the graph. 3. If the resulting point is located in the white area, a standard coupling may be used as far as maximum misalignment doesnt exceed the maximum misalignment indicated in the graph. 4. If the resulting point is located in the shaded area, refer to Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. Drive Couplings 225

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Generators - Blowers: centrifugal vane, fans - Centrifugal pumps and compressors - Machine tools: auxiliary drives - Conveyors: belt and chain, uniformly loaded, escalators - Can filling machines and bottling machinery Agitators: pure liquids.

0,8 to 1,25

ax M .0 ,5 ea ar ea ar

Escogear Couplings
LEGENDS OF USED PICTOGRAMS
d nominal max. d min. d max. Tn MAXIMUM TORQUE (Nm) Tp MAXIMUM NOMINAL BORE (mm) MINIMUM BORE (mm) MAXIMUM BORE (mm) 3. 1. 2.

Notes for series N C F


For key according to ISO R 773. Gear maximum continuous transmissible torque for the tabulated misalignment. The effective transmissible torque depends on the bore and shaft/hub connection. Higher speed on special request. 3.1. 3.2. For grease withstanding centrifugal acceleration of 1,000g. See installation and maintenance manual IM. For grease withstanding centrifugal acceleration of 2,000g. See installation and maintenance manual IM. Depends on S. For long operation in disconnected position contact us. Depends on S. For solid bore and S minimum. Per 100 mm spacer length. Depends on L and R. Depends on S. For pilot bored hubs and S minimum. Per 100 mm spacer length. Depends on L and R. Depends on S. Values given for S maximum.

min.max.

MAXIMUM SPEED (rpm) 3.3. 3.4. MAXIMUM OFFSET (mm) 4. 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4. MAXIMUM ANGULAR MISALIGNMENT (degree) 5. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. 6. 7. 8. WEIGHT (kg) 9. 10.

For solid bore.

For pilot bored hubs and S minimum.

DRIVE COUPLINGS

J (WR 2 )

INERTIA (kgm )

See installation and maintenance manual IM. 6.1. On request. For larger S contact us. Values for S minimum. S maximum depends on torque and speed. G must remain constant during operation. Needed to control the alignment and inspect the gears.

Grease

GREASE QUANTITY (dm3)

226 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
EQUIVALENCE CHART BASED ON TORQUE RATINGS
Torque Capacity (Nm) 175000 150000 125000 100000 80000
FST 215 FST 275 ZIN 7 FST 240 ZIN 6 GO-A 9 FST 195 ZIN 5,5 GO-A 8 GO-A 10 MT 230 MT 205 MT 185 1060G 1055G 1050G 1045G MT 165 1040G MT 145 FST 130 ZIN 4 4H GO-A 5 FST 110 ZIN 3,5 GO-A 4 ZIN 3 FST 95 GO-A 3 1025G 2,5H MT 100 1030G 3H MT 125 1035G 3,5H 4,5H 6H 5,5H 5H

Escogear FST (2 x 0,75o)

Flender Zapex (2 x 0,5o)

Maina GO-A (2 x 0,5o)

Jaure MT Series (2 x 0,5o)

Falk Lifelign (2 x 0,5o)

Kopflex Series H

GO-A 11 MT 260 1070G 7H

60000

40000 30000

FST 175

ZIN 5 GO-A 7 ZIN 4,5

FST 155 GO-A 6

20000 15000

10000 7500

5000
ZIN 2,5 FST 75 GO-A 2

MT 90

3500 2500 2000 1500 1250 1000 750

MT 70 ZIN 2 FST 60 GO-A 1

1020G 2H

1015G MT 55 ZIN 1,5 1,5H

FST 45 ZIN 1

GO-A 0 MT 42 1010G 1H

500

REMARK
When selecting based upon the above equivalent chart, please check bore capacity of Escogear coupling against the application requirements.

Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 227

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escogear Couplings
AGMA STANDARD - INTERCHANGEABILITY CHART
ESCO FST 45 60 75 95 110 130 155 175 195 215 240 275 LOVEJOY F 1 11/2 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 41/2 5 51/2 6 7 FALK G20, G10 1010 1015 1020 1025 1030 1035 1040 1045 1050 1055 1060 1070 KOP-FLEX H 1 11/2 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 41/2 5 51/2 6 7 AMERIDRIVES F 101 1011/2 102 1021/2 103 1031/2 104 1041/2 105 1051/2 106 107 AJAX 6901 1 1,5 2 2,5 3 3,5 4 4,5 5 5,5 6 7

DRIVE COUPLINGS

A105

Type FST

45
d nominal max. d min. *d max. A0 A1 A2 E mm mm mm mm mm 45 0 50 89 98

60
60 0 65 103 109 115 50 3 9 15 59

75
75 0 78 127 141 155 62 3 17 31 79

95 110
95 0 98 157 169 181 76 5 17 29 93 110 0 112 185 199 213 90 5 19 33 109

130
130 55 132 216 233 250 105 6 23 40 128

155
155 65 158 246 264 282 120 6 24 42 144

175 195 215


175 80 175 278 299 320 135 8 29 50 164 195 90 198 308 332 356 150 8 32 56 182 215 100 212 358 389 420 175 8 39 70 214

240 275
240 120 244 388 426 464 190 8 46 84 236 275 150 290 450 483 516 220 10 43 76 263

280
280 180 310 570 590 610 280 10 30 50 310

320 360N 400N 450N


320 200 340 597 617 637 292 13 33 53 325 360 220 390 623 658 693 305 13 48 83 3553 400 260 435 673 713 753 330 13 53 93 383 450 280 485 713 761 809 350 13 61 109 411

mm 107 mm 43 3 12 21 55

G0 mm G1 mm G2 mm M mm

(1)

Type
B mm O mm Q mm T mm U Qty. V mm W mm U Qty.

(1 1/2)

(2)

(2 1/2)

P.C.D.
(3)

(3 1/2)

(4)

(4 1/2)

(5)

(5 1/2)

(6)

(7)

(8)*

(1)

44
111 78 3.5 14 6 9 96 6

60
141 100 3.5 19 8 11 122 8

75
171 120 3.5 19 6 13 150 6

95
210 144 3.5 22 6 17 184 6

110
234 170 3.5 22 8 17 208 8

130
274 198 3.5 28.5 8 21 242 8

155
312 234 3.5 28.5 8 21 280 8

175
337 256 4 28.5 10 21 305 10

195
380 290 4 38 10 21 345 8

215
405 315 4 38 14 21 368 14

240
444 345 6 26 14 25 406 14

275
506 400 8 28.5 16 25 460 16

280
591 451 8 33 14 32 530 16 1.125 20.75

320 360N 400N 450N


640 483 8 38 18 32 580 684 540 8 38 24 32 624 742 590 10 38 28 32 682 804 660 10 38 30 32 744

V inch 0.250 0.375 0.500 W (P.C.D.) inch 3.750 4.812 5.875

0.625 0.625 0.750 0.750 7.125 8.125 9.5 11

0.750 0.875 0.875 12 13.5 14.5

0.875 1.000 15.75 18.25

228 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
FST 45 275

max. 1,5o

Type FST
A150

45
d nominal max. d min. d max. Tn 2 Tp 3.1
min.max.

60
60
0 64

75
75
0 78

95
95
0 98

110
110
0 112

130
130
55 132

155
155
65 158

175
175
80 175

195
195
90 198

215
215
100 217

240
240
120 244

275
275
150 275

mm 1 mm mm

45
0 50

1300
Nm 2600 tr/min omw/min rpm min-1 degr graad degree grad mm: 5000 7000

2800
5600 4400 6200

5000 10000 16000


10000 4000 5650 20000 3600 5100 32000 3350 4700

22000
44000 3100 4350

32000
64000 2800 4000

45000
90000 2700 3800

62000
124000 2550 3600

84000 115000 174000


168000 2450 3450 230000 2300 3300 348000 2150 3050

3.2

2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75

0,35

0,4

0,5

0,6

0,7

0,9

1,1

1,2

1,4

1,5

1,7

J (WR 2 )

kgm2

0,005

0,015

0,040

0,105

0,191

0,430

0,842

1,320

2,448

3,716

5,384

10,872

kg

4,1

8,0

14,6

26,1

38,8

59,2

89,4

117,5

167,1

222,4

275,0

413,6

Grease

6 A B C D E

dm3 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

0,05 89 111 80 67 43 41 3 147

0,07 103 141 103,5 87 50 47 3 166

0,13 127 171 129,5 106 62 58,5 3 212

0,21 157 210 156 130 76 68,5 5 249

0,36 185 234 181 151 90 82 5 295

0,52 216 274 209 178 105 98 6 350

0,80 246 312 247 213 120 108 6 392

0,98 278 337 273 235 135 121 8 440 M 12 205 18

1,51 308 380 307 263 150 132 8 484 M 16 226 24

2,02 358 405 338 286 175 151,5 8 562 M 16 250 24

2,43 388 444 368 316 190 165 8 616 M 16 276 24

3,29 450 506 426 372 220 183,5 10 688 M 20 330 30

mm:

F G H M P Q 10

mm mm mm mm

Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 229

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escogear Couplings
FST 280 1130

max. 1,5o

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Type FST
A150

280
d nominal max. d min. 1 d max. Tn 2 Tp tr/min 3 omw/min rpm min-1 degr graad degree grad mm: Nm 488000 1900 mm mm mm

320 360N 400N 450N 500


320
200 340

530
530
330 530

560
560
350 560

600
600
380 600

660
660
420 660

730
730
480 730

830
830
540 830

900 1000 1060 1130


900
580 900

280
180 310

360
220 375

400
260 420

450
280 470

500
300 500

1000
640 1000

1060
680 1060

1130
740 1130

244000 290000 370000 450000 560000 630000 750000 860000 1020000 1290000 2020000 2450000 3070000 3610000 4390000 5040000
580000 1800 740000 1500 900000 1400 112000 1300 1260000 1150 1500000 1050 1720000 900 2040000 800 2580000 550 4040000 450 4900000 380 6140000 325 7220000 280 8780000 10080000 240 220

min.max.

2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75

2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75 2X0,75

2,1

2,3

2,5

2,7

2,8

3,2

3,4

3,6

3,7

4,4

4,8

5,2

5,4

J (WR 2 )

kgm2

20,1

31

45

68

105

164

228

313

430

685

1161

1756

2580

3690

5090

6730

kg

591

760

932

1180

1532

1950

2330

2840

3370

4370

6110

7810

9730

11860

14220

16380

Grease

6 A B C D E

dm3 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

6,44 570 591 472 394 280 225 10 632 M 20 336 30

7,6 597 640 518 432 292 234 13 660 M 20 377 30

11 623 684 562 480 305 251 13 705 M 24 420 40

12 673 742 620 530 330 269 13 745 M 24 480 40

16 713 804 682 594 350 283 13 770 M 24 544 40

18 759 908 733 629 370 301 19 825 M 42 568 76

23 809 965 787 673 395 318 19 870 M 42 600 76

25 859 1029 841 724 420 333 19 900 M 42 642 76

29 905 1092 892 772 440 361 25 990 M 48 680 82

39 945 1200 997 870 460 375 25 1020 M 48 765 82

57 1105 1330 1130 965 540 408 25 1130 M 48 860 82

77 1205 1440 1240 1062 590 448 25 1210 M 48 950 82

105 1285 1545 1345 1156 630 483 25 1290 M 48 1040 82

130 1365 1650 1450 1254 670 528 25 1400 M 48 1130 82

160 1405 1750 1550 1346 690 538 25 1420 M 48 1230 82

180 1425 1860 1660 1448 700 548 25 1440 M 48 1300 82

mm:

F G H M P Q 10

mm mm mm mm

Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. Dimensions in mm without engagement. 230 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
FFS 45 320

max. 0,75o

Type FFS
A150

45
d nominal max. d min. d max. max. d1 min. Tn 2 Tp tr/min omw/min rpm min-1 degr graad degree grad kgm2 Nm 2600 1 mm 0 1 mm mm mm mm

60
60
0 64 0

* 75
75
0 78

95
95
0 98

110
110
0 112

130
130
55 132

155
155
65 158

175
175
80 175

195
195
90 198

* 215
215
100 217

240
240
120 244

275
275
150 290

* 280
280
180 320

* 320
200 350

50

55

75
0

95
0

110
0

130
0

155
55

180
65

200
80

230
90

250
100

280
120

330
150

360
180

400
200

1300

2800
5600

5000
10000

10000 16000 22000 32000 45000 62000 84000 115000 174000 244000 290000
20000 32000 44000 64000 90000 124000 168000 230000 348000 488000 580000

min.max.

3.3

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

0,75

J (WR 2 )

0,005

0,016

0,040

0,107

0,197

0,446

0,868

1,362

2,584

3,900

5,650

11,446

22,6

34,5

kg

4,1

8,2

14,6

26,5

39,6

60,3

90,3

119,0

174,3

231,1

285,2

429,3

648

822

Grease

6 A B C C1 D E E1

dm3 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

0,023 88 111 80 80 67 43 40 41 43,5 5 117

0,037 102 141 103,5 103,5 87 50 47 47 50,5 5 133,5

0,065 125 171 129,5 126 106 62 58 58,5 61,5 5 167,5

0,104 156 210 156 152 130 76 74 68,5 77,5 6 202

0,181 183 234 181 178 151 90 87 82 90,5 6 238

0,261 212,5 274 209 208 178 105 101 98 104,5 6,5 279,5

0,398 239,5 312 247 245 213 120 113 108,5 116,5 6,5 312,5

0,488 272 337 273 270 235 135 129 121 133 8 353 M 12 205 235 18

0,756 308 380 307 305 263 150 150 132 154 8 396 M 16 226 265 24

1,009 358 405 338 330 286 175 175 151,5 179 8 460 M 16 250 290 24

1,215 390 444 368 362 316 190 190 165 196 10 504 M 16 276 320 24

1,643 453 506 426 419 372 220 220 183,5 228 13 572 M 20 330 370 30

3,2 573 591 472

3,8 598,5 640 518

394 280 280 225 288 13 606 M 20 336 416 30

432 292 292 234 300 14,5 637 M 20 377 456 30

mm:

F F1 G H M P P1 Q 10

Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 231

DRIVE COUPLINGS

45

320

Escogear Couplings
FMM 45 320

DRIVE COUPLINGS
232 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
FDMM 45 320

Drive Couplings 233

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escogear Couplings
FLE 45 275

DRIVE COUPLINGS
234 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
FSV 45 275

Drive Couplings 235

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escogear Couplings
ESCO FST SERIES
1. Introduction
Coupling must be selected properly according to selection chart . These documents are available from page 183 or on our web site "www.escocoupling.com". Maximum misalignment figures at assembly are given is this document (see point 4: assembly). Max misalignment, max speed and max torque may not be applied simultaneously. In case of any change or adaptation not performed by ESCO on the coupling, it is customer responsibility to size and manufacture it properly to guarantee safe torque transmission and absence of unbalance that could affect the life of the coupling and the connected machines. It is customer responsibility to make sure that shaft and key material, size and tolerance suit the application. Maximum bore capacity is given in the catalogue. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that hub length, bore size and machining tolerances will transmit the torque. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that interference and machining tolerances will transmit the torque and not exceed hub material permissible stress. The hubs must be axially secured on the shaft by means of a setscrew, an end plate or a sufficient interference. It is customer's responsibility to size and manufacture it properly to guarantee safe torque transmission and absence of unbalance that could affect the life of the gearing. It is customer responsibility to protect the coupling by p.ex. a coupling guard and to comply with the local safety rules regarding the protection of rotating parts.

2. Preparation
Ensure the conformity of the supplied equipment: Verify coupling size and conformity (see catalogue or web site) Identify any damaged and/or missing parts Verify conformity of the coupling/machine interfaces. Coupling original protection allows for storage indoors dry 18 months, indoor humid 12 months, outdoors covered 9 months and outdoors open 3 months. For longer periods, it is customer responsibility to protect the parts properly. Instructions are a part of the supply of the coupling. Be sure valid and complete assembly, operation and maintenance instructions are available. Make sure they are well understood. Assembly, disassembly and maintenance must be performed by qualified, trained and competent fitters. Before starting with assembly, disassembly and maintenance, verify the availability of the tooling necessary. To manipulate the parts To assemble the interfaces To align the coupling To tighten the screws and nuts

3. Warnings

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Before removing the coupling guard and proceeding with any assembly, operation or maintenance operation of the coupling, make sure the complete system is completely shut down and definitively disengaged from any possible source of rotation, such as, for example: Electrical power supply Any loss of braking effect. Make sure everyone attending the equipment area will be properly informed (for example by means of warning properly located) about the maintenance or assembly situation. In case of use in explosive atmospheres Ex , specific protective measures must be considered. They are described in an extra attachment (IM/A200-Ex) to the actual instructions with the couplings marked Ex .

4. Assembly
4.1. Coupling without end-cap 4.1.1. Ensure all parts are clean. 4.1.2. Apply a light coat of grease to the O-Rings A and insert O-Rings into grooves J of sleeves B. 4.1.3. Place sleeves B over shaft ends. Care should be taken not to damage O-Rings A. 4.1.4. Install hubs C on their respective shafts with the longest hub end towards shaft end or towards machine bearing depending on the type (see fig. 1 and 3). If needed, for keyway assembly, uniformly heat hubs C (max 120C) to install them easily on the shaft, in this case, avoid any contact between the hub C and O-Ring A. Hub faces have to be flush with shaft end. In case of doubt, please consult us. Introduce setscrew on key with Loctite and tighten properly. 4.1.5. Install units to be connected in place and check the spacing G between hubs. See tabulation or approved drawing for correct hub spacing G, according to coupling size. In case of doubt, please consult us. 4.1.6. Align the two shafts, check alighment using an indicator. Alignment precision depends on running speed (see tabulation 4). 4.1.7. Coat hub and sleeve gearing with grease (see tabultaion 3) and slide sleeves B over hubs. 4.1.8. Insert gasket F and bolt sleeves together. Tighten bolts uniformly. See tabulation 2 for correct tightening torque (T1 Nm). Make sure that sleeves are freely sliding over hubs by axially displacing it to a value equal to G (see tabulation 1). 4.1.9. For the types FST, FMM and FDMM, remove both lube plugs H of one sleeve B and add grease in sufficient amount to overflow with lubricant holes in horizontal position. For types FFS, FSE, FSLE, FLE, FSP, FIN and FSV repeat this operation for the second sleeve. For quantity and quality of grease, see tabulation 3. Re-install the 2 plugs H; see tabulation 2 for correct tightening torque (T3 Nm) and key size (s mm). For type FSV consult us. 4.2. Coupling with end-cap 4.2.1. Ensure all parts are clean. 4.2.2. Apply a light coat of grease to the O-Rings A and insert O-Rings into grooves J of end cap X. 4.2.3. Place end-cap x and gasket xx over shaft ends. Care should be taken not to damage O-Rings A. 4.2.4. Install hubs C on their respective shafts with the longest hub end towards shaft end or towards machine bearing depending on the type (see fig. 2 and 3). If needed, for keyway assembly, uniformly heat hubs C (max 120C) to install them easily on the shaft. In this case, avoid any contact between the hub C and O-Ring A. Hub faces have to be flush with shaft end. In case of doubt, please consult us. Introduce setscrew on key with Loctite and tighten properly. In case of interference fit, refer to ESCO for proper instructions. 4.2.5. Install units to be connected in place and check the spacing G between hubs. See tabulation or approved drawing for correct hub spacing G, according to coupling size. In case of doubt, please consult us. 4.2.6. Align the two shafts, check alighment using an indicator. Alignment precision depends on running speed (see tabulation 4). 4.2.7. Coat hub and sleeve gearing with grease (see tabultaion 3) and slide sleeves B over hubs.Assemble end-caps K and gaskets L on sleeves B with screws M and locking rings. Tighten screws uniformly. See tabulation 2 for correct tightening torque (T2 Nm) and key size (s mm). 4.2.8. Insert gasket F and bolt sleeves together. Tighten bolts uniformly. See tabulation 2 for correct tightening torque (T1 Nm) and socket size. Make sure that sleeves are freely sliding over hubs by axially displacing it to a value equal to G. 4.2.9. For the types FST, FMM and FDMM, remove both lube plugs H of one sleeve B and add grease in sufficient amount to overflow with lubricant holes in horizontal position. For types FFS, FSE, FSLE, FLE, FSP, FIN and FSV repeat this operation for the second sleeve. For quantity and quality of grease, see tabulation 3. Re-install the 2 plugs H; see tabulation 2 for correct tightening torque (T3 Nm) and key size (s mm). For type FSV consult us.

236 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
5. Inspection and maintenance
5.1. INSPECTION Regular inspection (audio-visual) must occur for leakage, noise, vibration and loss of parts. 5.2. MAINTENANCE 5.2.1. Every 4,000 hours or every year. Check that sleeves are freely moving axially: follow instructions as indicated in Point 4.1.8 or 4.2.8. Fill up grease level: Proceed as mentioned under 4.1.9. or 4.2.9. 5.2.2. Every 8,000 hours or every 2 years. Remove screws and nuts and gasket F. Clean and control gearing and sealing Control alignment, see Point 4.1.6. or 4.2.6. Reassemble coupling as per Point 4. It is recommended to replace gasket F and screws and nuts every reassembly.

Drive Couplings 237

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escogear Couplings

DRIVE COUPLINGS
238 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
FLEXIBLE GEAR COUPLINGS

SERIES C AND C... M The most compact solution

Maximum torque: up to 1174 000 Nm Bores: up to 290 mm

Compact Simple and robust Easy to assemble

Maximum torque: up to 8 500 Nm Bores: up to 110 mm

Compact Simple and robust Only 7 parts: Two snap rings Two hubs and one sleeve Two seals

MOST COMPACT SOLUTION


Torque/OD comparison

Outside Diameter (mm)

Thanks to the high torque capacity and the continuous sleeve design, the Escogear C and C... M couplings are the most compact answer to any transmission applications. In comparison to other types of couplings and for a given torque they have a substantly lower weight and reduced outside diameter: <> Flanged Gear type : 17% smaller O.D. <> Disc type : 30% smaller O.D. <> Elastic type : 52% smaller O.D. This compactness makes the Escogear C series ideal for use in applications where space is limited and weight important.

330

Elastic type

280

230

Disc type Flanged Gear type

180

C and C... m type

130

80 1100 2100 3100 4100 5100 6100 7100

Torque Capacity (mm)

Drive Couplings 239

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escogear Couplings
SERIES C AVAILABILITIES

DRIVE COUPLINGS
240 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
SERIES N - C - F HOW TO SELECT THE RIGHT COUPLING SIZE
A. Select the size of Escogear coupling that will accommodate the largest shaft diameter. B. Make sure this coupling has the required torque capacity according to following formula: torque in Nm = 9550 x P x Fu n

P = power in kW n = speed in rpm Fu = service factor according to tabulation 1. The coupling selected (A) must have an equal or greater torque capacity than the result of the formula (B). Otherwise select a larger size coupling. Check if peak torque does not exceed tabulated peak torque Tp indicated in the selection chart. Check also max. allowable misalignment using the graph of tabulation 2. C. Check if shaft/hub connection will transmit the torque. If necessary, select a longer hub.

TABULATION 1
Driver Machine Applications Electric Motors Turbines Hydraulic motors Gears drivers Service Factor Fu
0,8 to 1,25 1,25 1,25 to 1,5 1 to 1,5 1,5 1,5 to 1,75 1,25 to 1,75 1,75 1,75 to 2

Recriprocating engine Electric motors frequent starts

Uniform

Moderate Shocks

Propeller - Waterjet pumps Blower: lobe - Pumps: gear and lobe types - Vane compressors - Machine tools: main drives - Conveyors: belt and chain not uniformly fed bucket and screw Elevators, cranes, tackles and winches - Wire winding machines, reels, winders (paper industry) - Agitators liquids and solids, liquids variable density. Generators (welding) - Reciprocating pumps and compressors - Laundry washers - Bending roll, punch press, tapping machines - Barkers, calanders, paper presses - Briquetter machines, cement furnace - Crushers: ore and stone, hammer mill, rubber mill - Metal mills: forming machines, table conveyors Draw Bench, wire drawing and flattening machines - Road and railroad equipment.

Heavy Shocks

1,5 to 2

1,75 to 2,25

2 to 2,5

LEGEND OF USED PICTOGRAMS


d nominal max. d min. d max. Tn MAXIMUM TORQUE (Nm) Tp MAXIMUM NOMINAL BORE (mm) MINIMUM BORE (mm) MAXIMUM BORE (mm) 3. 1. 2.

Notes for series N C F


For key according to ISO R 773. Gear maximum continuous transmissible torque for the tabulated misalignment. The effective transmissible torque depends on the bore and shaft/hub connection. Higher speed on special request. 3.1. 3.2. For grease withstanding centrifugal acceleration of 1,000g. See installation and maintenance manual IM. For grease withstanding centrifugal acceleration of 2,000g. See installation and maintenance manual IM. Depends on S. For long operation in disconnected position contact us. Depends on S. For solid bore and S minimum. Per 100 mm spacer length. Depends on L and R. Depends on S. For pilot bored hubs and S minimum. Per 100 mm spacer length. Depends on L and R. Depends on S. Values given for S maximum.

min.max.

MAXIMUM SPEED (rpm)

3.3. 3.4. 4.

MAXIMUM OFFSET (mm)

For solid bore. 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4.

MAXIMUM ANGULAR MISALIGNMENT (degree)

5.

For pilot bored hubs. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4.

J (WR 2 )

6. INERTIA (kgm2) 7. 8. WEIGHT (kg) 9. 10. GREASE QUANTITY (dm3)

See installation and maintenance manual IM. 6.1. On request. For larger S contact us. Values for S minimum. S maximum depends on torque and speed. G must remain constant during operation. Needed to control the alignment and inspect the gears.

Grease

* Max. torque, speed and misalignment tabulated values may not be cumulated. See IM/A300, IM/A300-1.

Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 241

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Generators - Blowers: centrifugal vane, fans - Centrifugal pumps and compressors - Machine tools: auxiliary drives - Conveyors: belt and chain, uniformly loaded, escalators - Can filling machines and bottling machinery Agitators: pure liquids.

Driven Machine

Escogear Couplings
TABULATION 2
T/Tn Ref. (%) 100 90 80 70 60 50 40
M ax 5 ,7 .0
o

CST... M

CST... M Tn Ref. Size kNm Forbidden Area Special Design Requested 110 130 155 175 195 215 240 275 16 22 32 45 62 84 115 174

n Ref. min-1 6050 5150 4300 3950 3600 3450 3300 3050

Ma

Ma x. 0,4 o ar ea

M ax ,5 .0

x.

0,3 o

30 20 10 0 0

ar ea

ea ar

Ma

x.

0,2 o

ea ar

ar ea

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

n/n Ref. (%)

HOW TO USE THE GRAPH?

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Maximum torque, maximum speed and maximum misalignment may not occur simultaneously. Graph must be used as follow: 1. Calculate Tn and Tp and select coupling size as usual. Tn = nominal torque Tp = peak torque. 2. Calculate Tn/Tnref and N/Nref and plot the resulting point in the graph. 3. If the resulting point is located in the white area, a standard coupling may be used as far as maximum misalignment doesnt exceed the maximum misalignment indicated in the graph. 4. If the resulting point is located in the shaded area, refer to Fenner Power Transmission Distributor.

Dimensions in mm without engagement. 242 Drive Couplings

Escogear Couplings
CST 30 100

max. 1,5o

Type CST
A150

30
d nominal max. d min. 1 d max. Tn 2 Tp 3.1 tr/min omw/min rpm min.max. 3.2 min-1 degr graad degree grad mm Nm 1100 5500 7750 mm mm mm

40
42
0 42

55
57
22 63

65
70
25 75

80
85
38 90

100
100
38 110

32
0 35

550

1100
2200 5100 7200

1970
3940 4400 6200

3240
6480 4000 5600

5600
11200 3600 5100

8500
17000 3400 4800

2X0,75

2X0,75

2X0,75

2X0,75

2X0,75

2X0,75

0,1

0,14

0,14

0,19

0,22

0,23

J (WR 2 )

kgm2

0,002

0,004

0,010

0,022

0,052

0,122

kg

3,4

9,1

15

29

Grease

6 A B C D E G H J K

dm3 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

0,022 80 84 50 50,9 38,5 3 96 3 49

0,036 95 95 65 60,4 46 3 117 5 57

0,063 110 120 68 82,6 53,5 3 124 5 76

0,114 120 140 80 100 57 6 146 6 95

0,201 140 168 95 121 67 6 175 6 121

0,270 222 190 102 143 108 6 223 6 140

mm:

Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 243

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escodisc Couplings
ADVANTAGES WHY ESCODISC?
High Torque and Misalignment capacity Thanks to the optimised disc shape and thickness (which could be obtained by infinite element analysis and laser cutting), the optimised number of bolts and the standard use of 12.9 quality bolts, Escodisc couplings have a high torque and misalignment capacity combined with reduced reaction forces on connected equipment (bearings, mechanical seals....). Infinite Life All Escodisc coupligns have been calculated, designed and tested for infinite life. This is possible thanks to the use of discs in AISI 301 stainless steel with special surface treatment, the standard use of fillers between the discs to eliminate fretting corrosion and the use of high Safety margin on catalogue values. No Buckling In order to guarantee perfect centring of the spacer under all working condition (very important for long DBSE applications) and well controlled stresses in the disc pack, Escodisc couplings have been calculated and tested to have no buckling up to the peak torque. This results in trouble free operation, maximum efficiency and reduced risk for disc failure.

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Flexible Spacer Design Thanks to the unique design of the Escodisc spacer (flanges bolted to the intermediate tube section see catalogue drawings DMU/DPU). its length is easily adaptable to customer requirements. Therefore quick delivery (even for non-standard DBSE) is possible and customer stock can be reduced to a minimum level. Suitable for extreme temperatures and corrosive environment Escodisc couplings can operate at temperatures as high as 270C and as low as -40C, (lower or higher temperature level on request). Furthermore, thanks to the use of stainless steel discs, the standard use of Dacromet protection for the hardware and a special surface treatment, Escodisc couplings are ideal for use in a corrosive environment. Easy assembly and disassembly To save cost at the assembly and the disassembly stages, the design of all Escodisc couplings has been optimised (factory assembled disc pack or transmission unit, shipping screws...). Torque transmission in case of disc pack failure In the unlikely event of a disc pack failure, the Escodisc couplins have been designed in suc a way that torque transmissions remains guaranteed for a limited time (through the bolts). This system furthermore keeps the spacer well centred and works as an anti-fly system through which optimum user safety can be assured.

244 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
SERIES DL DMU DPU

Drive Couplings 245

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escodisc Couplings
SERIES DL DMU DPU HOW TO SELECT THE RIGHT COUPLING SIZE
1. MISALIGNMENT CAPACITY ESCODISC COUPLING CAN ACCOMMODATE 3 TYPES OF MISALIGNMENT: Axial displacement: da mm per coupling Ka= max. axial displacement (see data sheet) Angular misalignment: degree per half coupling: = max. (1' 2) Kw = max. angular misalignment (see data sheet) Max. combined misalignment during operation is calculated by using the graph: Offset misalignment: dr mm per coupling Kr= max. offset misalignment (see data sheet) (Kr=S tg Kw)

DRIVE COUPLINGS
In case of use in potentionally explisive atmospheres Ex , European Directive 94/9/EC, the combination of misalignement may not exceed 0,8. At assembly, we however recommend not to exceed 20% of the complete misalignment capacity of the coupling, See installation and maintenance instructions (IM). 2. TORQUE CAPACITY AND SELECTION 2.1 Tabulated torques are independent from misalignment and speed conditions as far as combined misalignment is within the specified values (see above) and speed does not exceed tabulated values. 2.2 How to select? A. First select the size of ESCODISC coupling that will accommodate the largest shaft diameter. B. Make sure this coupling has the required nominal torque capacity according to the formula: Torque in Nm= Where P Fu = Power in kW, n = speed in min-1 = Service factor depending on the connected machine (see below).

F Ex = 1,5 in case of use in potentionally explosive atmospheres Ex . In normal atmospheres, F Ex = 1. The coupling selected per A must have an equal or greater nominal torque capacity Tn (see planographs A104 to A121) than the resultof the formula B. If not, select a larger size coupling. C. Check that the selected coupling has the required peak torque capacity according to the following formula: Calculated peak torque = Peak torque of the application x F Ex ; F Ex , see above (Point B). For application with direct starting of an AC motor, the transmitted peak torque has to be calculated with the following formula: where Tnm = nominal torque of motor (Nm) Calculated Peak Torque = J1 = inertia of motor (kgm2) = inertia of the driven machine (kgm2) J2 F Ex = see above(point B). Peak torque capacity Tp of the coupling (see planographs A105 to A121) must be higher than the calculated peak torque. If not, select a larger coupling. D. Check if shaft/hub assembly will transmit the torque. (If in doubt, please consult Fenner Power Transmission). E. Read carefully assembly and maintenance instructions.

246 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
SERIES DL DMU DPU
2.3 Service Factor FU Service factor depends on coupled machines (driver and driven = FM) and on the working condition (FW). FU = FM. FW
Driver Machine Driver Machine

FM = FN FM= FN +0,4 FM = FN + 0,9 FW= 1

Electric and hydraulic motors, Turbines Poston engine with 4 cylinders and more Piston engine with 1 to 3 cylinders for non reversing applications FW = 1,25
FN

See tabulation below for FN

for reversing applications for more than 2 starts per min.


Driver Machine FN

Driver Machine

Centrifugal pumps Low inertia and light liquids High inertia * and/or heavy liquids Reciprocating Gears Propeller Waterjet pump1 Agitators Low inertia and light liquids High inertia * and/or heavy liquids Ventilators, axial or radial blowing Low inertia Great capacity *, cooling tower Compressors Centrifugal Reciprocating Machine tool Main drivers Auxiliary drivers Generators Continuous duty Welding

1 1,75 2,5 1,5 1,25 1,25 1 1,75 1 2 1,5 2,5 1,75 1 1 1,75

Machines Various laundry washer packing and bottling paper and textile rubber mill wood and plastic Handling equipment Conveyor Crane Elevator Hoist Mining, cement, briquetting Crusher Mixer (concrete) Rotating oven Metallurgy Continuous casting Convertor Shear, Stripmill Wire drawing

1,75 1,5 2 2 1,5 1,75 2 1,5 1,75

2,5 2,5 2,25 2

* If J1 < 2 J2 with J1 = inertia of electric motor and J2 = inertia of the drivenmachine.

LEGEND OF USED PICTOGRAMS


MAXIMUM BORE (mm) MINIMUM BORE (mm) MAXIMUM NOMINAL TORQUE (Nm) MAXIMUM PEAK TORQUE (Nm) 1. 2.1

Notes for series DL DMU DPU


For key according to ISO R 773. Maximum transmissible torque for: % Kw + % Kr +% Kr 3 3.3 4 100% or 80% in

Ex atmosphere

Higher speed on special request. Depend on S. For solid bore. For pilot bored hubs. Values for S minimum. S maximum depends on torque and speed. For larger S, contact us. Following DIN 740. Kr S x tg Kw

MAXIMUM SPEED (rpm)

5 8

MAXIMUM ANGULAR MISALIGHMENT (degree)

11 12 13

MAXIMUM OFFSET MISALIGNMENT (mm)

* Max. torque, speed and misalignment tabulated values may not be cumulated.

MAXIMUM AXIAL MISALIGNMENT (mm)

INERTIA (kgm2)

WEIGHT (kg)

Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 247

DRIVE COUPLINGS

3 1,75 2

Escodisc Couplings

Water Treatment Installation

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Cooling Tower

248 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
SERIES DMU
The General Purpose High Torque/High Misalignment Solution Maximum torque capacity: up to 260000 Nm Bore Capacity: up to 370 mm

General Purpose Design Because of the high torque, bore and misalignment capacity of the Escodisc DMU coupling range, its high degree of natural inherent balance (AGMA class 9) up to size 85 and the fact that it meets the API 610 standards, this coupling is the ideal solution in a multitude of applications up to 260000 Nm (and larger upon request). Unitised Disc Pack The DMU disc pack consists of an optimised number of discs or separated links (for sizes greater or equal to size 190) and has been factory assembled for easy field assembly. To eliminate fretting corrosion (which limits disc type coupling life), stainless steel fillers between the discs are used. Close Coupled Design The Escodisc DMU coupling is also available in close coupled design (DMUCC). The high torque/bore capacity makes it an ideal maintenance free alternative for close coupled gear and elastic type couplings and can be modified in such a way that replacement of gear and elastic couplings is possible without axial displacement of the connected machines.

Drive Couplings 249

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escodisc Couplings
DMU Escodisc Series DMU Quick Selection Table

Maximum Power (kW)


Coupling Size 1000 Rpm SF 1 SF 1,5 SF 2 DMU 3845 DMU 4555 DMU 5565 DMU 6575 DMU 7590 DMU 85105 DMU 95105 20 35 79 139 230 366 586 838 1141 1487 2074 13 23 52 93 154 244 391 558 761 991 1383 10 17 39 70 115 183 293 419 571 744 1037 SF 1 30 52 118 209 346 550 880 1257 1712 2231 3109 1500 Rpm SF 1,5 20 35 79 139 230 366 586 838 1141 1487 2073 SF 2 15 26 59 104 173 275 440 628 856 1115 1554 1800 Rpm SF 1 36 62 141 251 415 660 1056 1508 2054 2677 3735 SF 1,5 SF 2 24 41 94 167 276 440 704 1005 1370 1784 2490 18 31 71 125 207 330 528 754 1027 1338 1868 SF 1 60 104 236 418 691 1099 1759 2513 3424 4461 6226 3000 Rpm SF 1,5 40 69 157 279 461 733 1173 1675 2283 2974 4151 SF 2 30 52 118 209 346 550 880 1257 1712 2231 3113 SF 1 72 124 283 501 829 1319 2111 3016 4109 5353 11245 3600 Rpm SF 1,5 SF 2 48 83 188 334 553 880 1407 2010 2739 3569 7497 36 62 141 251 415 660 1056 1508 2054 2677 5623 16000 13600 12000 10000 8600 7200 6400 5600 5000 4600 4000 45 55 65 75 90 195 105 120 135 160 185 Max. Max. Bore Bore (Rpm) (mm)

DRIVE COUPLINGS

DMU 110120 DMU 125135 DMU 140160 DMU 160185

250 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
3845 160185

Type DMU
A150 3845 45 1 mm 0 190 2.1 Nm
tr/min omw/min rpm min-1 degr graad degree grad

4555 55 0 330 500 6800 13600*

5565 65 0 750 1120 6000 12000*

6575 75 25 1330 2000 5000 10000*

7590 90 32 2200 3320 4300 8600*

85105 95105 110120125135 140160 160185 105 38 3500 5200 3600 7200* 105 45 5600 8400 3200 6400* 120 55 8000 12000 2800 5600* 135 65 10900 16400 2500 5000* 160 65 14200 21200 2300 4600* 185 80 19800 29600 2000 4000*

290 8000 16000*

12

2x0,75

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

12

mm:

2,4

2,4

2,6

4,4

5,2

6,6

6,8

12

mm:

0,8

0,8

0,8

0,8

1,1

1,1

1,1

1,4

1,4

kgm2

0,0015

0,0004

0,008

0,018

0,04

0,084

0,136

0,262

0,434

0,779

1,436

kg

3,08

4,98

12,05

20,12

30,65

39.5

59,8

79,04

115,5

163,6

A B D mm E G H K L S X

11

mm mm mm mm

170 88 58,5 35 100 6,7 21 41 70,6 86,6

190 102 69,5 45 100 6,5 27 61 71 87

200 123 82 50 100 7 48 72 64 86

220 147 97,5 60 100 9 54 86 60 82

280 166 113 70 140 10 65 98 88 120

310 192 132 85 140 13 76 116 80 114

330 224 133 95 140 14 94 134 76 112

400 244 154 110 180 15,5 108 156 103 149

430 273 175 125 180 19 123 171 96 142

530 303 196 140 250 20 143 191 160 210

570 340 228 160 250 20 165 221 154 210

11

mm mm mm mm

11

mm mm

Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. * Balancing needed Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 251

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escodisc Couplings
DMU 190220 360370

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Type DMU
A150 190220 220 1 mm 90 30700 2.1 Nm 46000 3
tr/min omw/min rpm min-1 degr graad degree grad

220255 255 120 53000 80000

250290 290 150 93000 140000

280320 320 180 120000 180000

320360 360 200 167000 250000

360370 370 200 260000 390000

18000

1500

1300

1200

1050

900

12

2 x 0,33

2 x 0,33

2 x 0,25

2 x 0,25

2 x 0,2

2 x 0,2

12

mm:

6,6

7,6

12

mm:

1,4

1,6

1,3

1,4

1,3

1,4

kgm2

7,3

11,6

23

36

72

kg

222

358

418

680

916

1400

A B D E G H K L S X

11

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

630 383 266 190 250 22 204 268 158 206

720 445 320 220 280 24,6 254 318 174,8 230,8

800 515 350 250 300 38 292 364 160 224

900 554 392 280 340 41 314 394 186 258

1020 604 431 320 380 44,9 330 426 217,2 290,2

1120 704 504 360 400 34 432 528 252 332

Dimensions in mm without engagement. 252 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
DMUCC 4545 160170

Type DMUCC
A105 4545 45 1 mm 0 330 2.1 Nm 500
tr/min omw/min rpm min-1 degr graad degree grad

5550 50 0 750 1120

6565 65 25 1330 2000

7575 75 32 2200 3320

8590 90 38 3500 5200

9595 95 45 5600 8400

110115 125130 140140 160170 115 55 8000 12000 130 65 10900 16400 140 65 14200 21200 170 80 19800 29600

6800

6000

5000

4300

3600

3200

28000

2500

2300

2000

12

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

2 x 0,5

12

mm:

2,4

2,6

4,4

5,2

6,6

6,8

12

mm:

0,8

0,8

0,8

0,8

1,1

1,1

1,4

1,4

kgm2

0,006

0,014

0,032

0,062

0,135

0,272

0,459

0,8

1,36

2,5

kg

4,52

7,57

12,01

17,42

29,08

42,7

61,2

84,3

118

170

A A1 B mm D E E1* G G1* H D

11 11

mm mm mm mm mm mm

93 108 102 59 45 43 3 7 6,5 46

103 123 123 70 50 47,5 3 8 7 43

122 146 147 84 59 56 4 10 9 54

132 160 166 97 64 60,5 4 11 10 46

174 204 192 112 85 80 4 14 13 76

194 230 224 126 95 89,5 4 15 14 88

226 269 244 151 110 104,8 6 16,5 15,5 98

256 302 273 166 125 118 6 20 19 117

286 336 303 182 140 132,5 6 21 20 135

328 382 340 213 160 153,5 8 21 20 167

11

mm mm mm mm

* E1 and G1 are min. dimensions to allow disc-pack disassembly without moving the machines. Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 253

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escodisc Couplings
DMUFR 3845 160185

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Type DMUFR
A150 3845 45 1 mm 0 190 2.1 Nm
tr/min omw/min rpm min-1 degr graad degree grad

4555 55 0 330 500 6800 13600*

5565 65 0 750 1120 6000 12000*

6575 75 25 1330 2000 5000 10000*

7590 90 32 2200 3320 4300 8600*

85105 105 38 3500 5200 3600 7200*

95105 110120 125135 140160 160185 105 45 5600 8400 3200 6400* 120 55 8000 12000 2800 5600* 135 65 10900 16400 2500 5000* 160 65 14200 21200 2300 4600* 185 80 19800 29600 2000 4000*

290 8000 16000*

12

0.75

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

12

mm:

1,2

1,2

1,3

1,5

2,2

2,6

3,3

3,4

12

mm:

kgm2

0,001

0,003

0,008

0,015

0,032

0,0683

0,1095

0,2035

0,3493

0,601

1,136

kg

1,91

3,23

8,3

8,3

13,15

21,13

26,21

38,94

115,5

163,6

A B D mm E H

11

mm mm mm mm mm

76,7 88 58,5 35 6,7

96,5 102 69,5 45 6,5

107 123 82 50 7

129 147 97,5 60 9

150 166 113 70 10

183 192 132 85 13

204 224 133 95 14

235,5 244 154 110 15,5

269 273 175 125 19

300 303 196 140 20

340 340 228 160 20

Consult Fenner Power Transmission Distributor. * Balancing needed Dimensions in mm without engagement. 254 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
ESCODISC SERIES DMU
1. Introduction
Coupling must be selected properly according to selection charts. These documents are available in coupling catalogue or on our web site "www.escocoupling.com". Maximum misalignment figures at assembly are given is this document (see point 4: assembly). Max misalignment figures in operation (combination of radial, angular and axial) are given in catalogue. Max misalignment values may not be applied simultaneously. as mentioned in selection. It is customer's responsibility to size and manufacture it properly to guarantee safe torque transmission and absence of unbalance that could affect the life of the coupling and the connected machines. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that hub length, bore size and machining tolerances will transmit the torque. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that interference and machining tolerances will transmit the torque and not exceed hub material permissible stress. The hubs must be axially secured on the shaft by means of a setscrew, an end plate or a sufficient interference. It is customer's responsibility to size and manufacture it properly to guarantee safe torque transmission and absence of unbalance that could affect the life of the Discs. It is customer responsibility to protect the coupling by p.ex. a coupling guard and to comply with the local safety rules regarding the protection of rotating parts.

2. Preparation
Ensure the conformity of the supplied equipment: Verify coupling size and conformity (see catalogue or web site). Identify any damaged and/or missing parts. Verify conformity of the coupling/machine interfaces. Coupling original protection allows for storage indoors dry 18 months, indoor humid 12 months, outdoors covered 9 months and outdoors open 3 months. For longer periods, it is customer responsibility to protect the parts properly. Instructions are a psrt of the supply of the coupling. Be sure valud and complete assembly, operation and maintenance instructions are available. Make sure they are well understood. Assembly, disassembly and maintenance must be performed by qualified, trained and competent fitters. Before starting with assembly, disassembly and maintenance, verify the availability of the tooling necessary. To manipulate the parts To assemble the interfaces To align the coupling To tighten the screws and nuts Before removing the coupling guard and proceeding with any assembly, operation or maintenance operation of the coupling, make sure the complete system is completely shut down and definitively disengaged from any possible source of rotation, such as, for example: Electrical power supply Any loss of braking effect. Make sure everyone attending the equipment area will be properly informed (for example by means of warning properly located) about the maintenance or assembly situation. In case of use in explosive atmospheres Ex , specific protective measures must be considered. They are described in an extra attachment (IM/A100-Ex) to the actual instructions with the couplings marked Ex .

4. Assembly
4.0. WARNING 4.0.1. The hubs (1) and the spacer (4) are supplied unassembled. The disc-packs (3) are supplied packed with the screws (2) and nuts (5) under plastic film to ensure a perfect protection. They will only be unpacked during final mounting on the machine. 4.0.2. If coupling is supplied rough bored, bore and keyway must be machined in hubs (1). When machining the bore, surface marked (M) must be taken as the turning reference. 4.1. ASSEMBLY 4.1.1. Ensure that parts are clean and mount the hubs (1) in the correct position on the shafts of the machines (the flange at the shaft end). Hub faces must be flush with shaft end. In case of doubt, please consult us. Introduce setscrew on key with Loctite and tighten properly. 4.1.2. Position the machines to be connected and check distance G between the hubs (fig. 1). See tabulation or approved drawing for distance G following type of coupling. In case of doubt, please consult us. 4.1.3. Align the shafts using an indicator. The alignment precision (X, YZ) is given in the tabulation. 4.1.4. Ensure that the flanges of the hubs (1) and the spacer (4) are perfectly degreased. Unpack the discs and the screws. Mount the discpack (3) on one hub (1) with screws (2) and nuts (5) in the direction shown on the fig. 2. Tighten to torque T mentioned while holding the screws still and turning the nuts. See tabulation for tightening torque (T Nm) and socket size (s mm). 4.1.5. Install the spacer (4) between the hubs and connect it to the already assembled disc-pack (3) with screws (2) and nuts (5), in the direction shown on the fig. 3 (in case of long spacer, it is essential to support the spacer in position from the beginning to the end of the assembly). Tighten to torque T mentioned in the tabulation while holding the screws still and turning the nuts. 4.1.6. Engage the second disc-pack (3) between the spacer (4) and the second hub (1) and assemble with screws (2) and nuts (5) as indicated in fig. 4. 4.1.7. Check once again the alignment by measuring the max. value H1 and the min. value H2 of the distance between the hub flange and the spacer flange (see fig 5). See tabulation for the permissible values.

5. Operation, inspection and maintenance


5.1. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE No maintenance is necessary. It is however recommended to verify the alignment (see point 4.1.7.) and the tightening torque of the screws (2) and nuts(5) (see tabulation) after the first running hours. Every 6.000 hours or 12 month, inspect external discs of disc pack for any fatigue crack and verify alignment. 5.2. DISASSEMBLY AND INSPECTION Every 12.000 hours or every 24 month. 5.2.1. Remove the screws (2) and nuts (5) each side. 5.2.2. Remove the spacer (4) and inspect the discs (3). In case of damage, the disc-pack (3) must be replaced.

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3. Warnings

Escodisc Couplings
SERIES DMU

Distances Type Size DBSE G Standard mm 38 45 55 65 75 85 95 110 125 140 160 38 45 55 65 75 85 95 110 125 140 160 X mm

Alignment Socket

YZ max. mm

H1H2 max. mm

H1H2
2

T Nm Size s mm 10 10 13 17 19 22 24 27 30 32 36 Driver mm 1/4 1/4 3/8 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4

mm

0,10 0,10 0,10 0,10 0,12 0,12 0,12 0,15 0,20 0,20 0,20

0,10 0,10 0,20 0,20 0,20 0,25 0,25 0,30 0,30 0,40 0,40

0,11 0,12 0,15 0,18 0,20 0,23 0,27 0,30 0,33 0,37 0,42

6,7 0,15 6,5 0,20 7,0 0,2 9,0 0,20 10,0 0,30 13,0 0,40 14,0 0,40 15,5 0,40 19,0 0,50 20,0 0,60 20,0 0,70

14 14 34 67 114 180 277 380 540 725 920

DRIVE COUPLINGS

256 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
ESCODISC SERIES DMUCC
1. Introduction
Coupling must be selected properly according to selection chart. These documents are available in coupling catalogue or on our web site "www.escocoupling.com". Maximum misalignment figures at assembly are given is this document (see point 4: assembly). Max misalignment figures in operation (combination of radial, angular and axial) are given in catalogue. Max misalignment values may not be applied simultaneously as mentioned in selection. It is customer's responsibility to size and manufacture it properly to guarantee safe torque transmission and absence of unbalance that could affect the life of the coupling and the connected machines. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that shaft and key material, size and tolerance suit the application. Maximum bore capacity is given in the catalogue. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that hub length, bore size and machining tolerances will transmit the torque. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that interference and machining tolerances will transmit the torque and not exceed hub material permissible stress. The hubs must be axially secured on the shaft by means of a setscrew, an end plate or a sufficient interference. It is customer's responsibility to size and manufacture it properly to guarantee safe torque transmission and absence of unbalance that could affect the life of the Discs. It is customer responsibility to protect the coupling by p.ex. a coupling guard and to comply with the local safety rules regarding the protection of rotating parts.

2. Preparation
Ensure the conformity of the supplied equipment: Verify coupling size and conformity (see catalogue or web site). Identify any damaged and/or missing parts. Verify conformity of the coupling/machine interfaces. Coupling original protection allows for storage indoors dry 18 months, indoor humid 12 months, outdoors covered 9 months and outdoors open 3 months. For longer periods, it is customer responsibility to protect the parts properly. Instructions are a part of the supply of the coupling. Be sure valid and complete assembly, operation and maintenance instructions are available. Make sure they are well understood. Assembly, disassembly and maintenance must be performed by qualified, trained and competent fitters. Before starting with assembly, disassembly and maintenance, verify the availability of the tooling necessary. To manipulate the parts To assemble the interfaces To align the coupling To tighten the screws and nuts

3. Warnings

4. Assembly
4.0. WARNING 4.0.1. The hub sub-assembly including the hub (1), the disc-pack (2), the rings (3), the screws (C), the nuts (B) and the sandwich flange (5) are factory pre-assembled and may not be disassembled unless in case of disc-pack change (see figure 1 and point 5.2.2.). 4.0.2. The hub sub-assembly indicated in 4.0.1. is supplied compressed and rigidified with shipping screws (10), rings (9) and inserts (8). These shipping screws must be removed at assembly and before starting the machines (see point 4.1.8.). 4.0.3. If hubs are supplied rough bored, bore and keyway must be machined in the hubs (1): Without dismounting the sub-assembly (see point 0.1.) Without dismounting the shipping screws (10) Taking the surface marked (M) as the turning reference. 4.1. ASSEMBLY 4.1.1. Dismount spacer in two parts (4) by removing screws (7) and washers (6) on both sides. 4.1.2. Clean all the parts thoroughly. 4.1.3. Mount the hub sub-assemblies on their respective shafts. The hub faces must be flush with the shaft ends. In case of doubt, please consult us. 4.1.4. Position the units to be connected and check the distance G between the hubs (for spacer (4) in one piece, check also distance A). See tabulation or (in case of a special esecution) an approved drawing for the distance G corresponding to the coupling size. In case of doubt, please consult us. 4.1.5. Align the two shafts (see figure 2 and 3). Alignment precision (X and YZ) is given in tabulation. 4.1.6. Ensure that spacer (4) ends and sandwich flanges (5) faces are perfectly degreased. Introduce spacer in two parts (4) between the two sub-assemblies. Engage 2 or 1 screws (7) with their rings (6) in both ends of both spacer parts (4). 4.1.7. Remove the shipping screws (10) with their rings (9) and their inserts (8) at each end (see fig. 4) and engage the 3 remaining screws (7) with their rings (6) in each spacer end (see fig. 4). Tighten screws uniformly using the tightening torque (T1 in Nm) and key size (s mm) indicated in tabulation. 4.1.8. Check alignment and axial distane by measuring the max. value H1 and the min. value H2 of the distane between the hub (1) flange and the sandwich flange (5) (see fig. 5). See tabulation for permissible values.

5. Operation, inspection and maintenance


5.1. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE No maintenance is necessary. It is however recommended to verify the alignment and tightening torque T1 of the screws (7) after the first running hours. Every 6.000 hours or 12 month, inspect external discs of disc pack for any fatigue crack and verify alignment. 5.2. DISASSEMBLY AND INSPECTION Every 12.000 hours or every 24 month. 5.2.1. Remove the 6 screws (7) with their rings (6) on both sides. Introduce the shipping screws (10) with their rings (9) and their inserts (8) at each end and tighten the screws (10) to compress the two disc-packs. Note that the minimum distance H0 in stationary condition between the hub (1) flange and the sandwich flange (5) should never be less than H0 value given in tabulation. 5.2.2. Remove the spacer (4) in two parts and inspect the discs (2). In case of breakage, the disc-packs (2) must e replaced respecting assembly indicated in the figure 1. The tightening torque T2 (in Nm) and socket size (s mm) of the screws (C) and the nuts(B) is given tabulation.

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Before removing the coupling guard and proceeding with any assembly, operation or maintenance operation of the coupling, make sure the complete system is completely shut down and definitively disengaged from any possible source of rotation, such as, for example: Electrical power supply Any loss of braking effect. Make sure everyone attending the equipment area will be properly informed (for example by means of warning properly located) about the maintenance or assembly situation. In case of use in explosive atmospheres Ex , specific protective measures must be considered. They are described in an extra attachment (IM/A100-Ex) to the actual instructions with the couplings marked Ex .

Escodisc Couplings
SERIES DMUCC

Distances DBSE G Standard mm 3 3 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 8 A Standard mm 93 103 122 132 174 194 226 256 286 328 X mm 0,10 0,10 0,10 0,10 0,20 0,20 0,20 0,25 0,30 0,35 YZ max. mm 0,10 0,20 0,20 0,20 0,25 0,25 0,30 0,30 0,40 0,40

Alignment Spacer Disc Pack

Type Size

H1H2 max. mm 0,12 0,16 0,19 0,22 0,25 0,29 0,32 0,36 0,40 0,45

H1H2
2

H0 mm 5,5 5,7 7,6 8,3 11 12 13,4 17,0 17,5 17,5 T3 Nm 8,1 13,2 32 55 63 100 108 180 230 280 S mm 4 5 6 8 8 10 10 12 14 14 T2 Nm 14 34 67 114 180 277 380 540 725 920 Size mm 10 13 17 19 22 24 27 30 32 36 Driver mm 1/4 3/8 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4

mm 6,5 0,20 7,0 0,20 9,0 0,20 10,0 0,30 13,0 0,40 14,0 0,40 15,5 0,50 19,0 0,50 20,0 0,50 20,0 0,60

45 55 65 75 85 95 110 125 140 160

DRIVE COUPLINGS

258 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
SERIES DPU
The easy to assemble High Torque/High Misalignment Solution Maximum torque capacity: up to 23100 Nm Bore Capacity: up to 220 mm

Easy assembly and disassembly Thanks to the standard use of shipping screws and the factory assembled transmission unit, Escodisc DPU couplings combine the high torque and misalignment capacity of the DMU couplings with easiness of asssembly. On average users can cut down assembly and disassembly costs by 50% when using Escodisc DPU couplings. Furthermore, because the transmission unit is factory assembled, the risk for assembly errors is reduced to an absolute minimum level which results in reliable operation and extended life of the coupling. High Speed/Long DBSE applications Thanks to the concept of the DPU coupling range (centering spigots) and the high manufacturing standards, it is ideal for use in medium to high speed applications with no or minor modificatios. Furthermore, thanks to the perfect centering of the transmission unit, it can be used in applications where a long DBSE is required (e.g. cooling towers) and it can be adapted to meet the API 671 requirements. Large Bore Capacity The Large Hub execution (L-hub) of the Escodisc DPU series makes selection virtually independent of the shaft size which makes it possible in several applications to downsize compared with DMU type couplings.

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Escodisc Couplings
DPU Escodisc Series DPU Quick Selection Table

Maximum Power (kW)


Coupling Size 1000 Rpm SF 1 SF 1,5 SF 2 DMU 3860 DMU 4570 DMU 5580 DMU 65100 DMU 75110 DMU 85130 DMU 95145 20 35 79 139 230 366 696 979 1330 1738 2149 13 23 52 93 154 244 464 653 887 1159 1613 10 17 39 70 115 183 348 490 665 869 1075 1500 Rpm SF 1 SF 1,5 SF 2 30 52 118 209 346 550 1044 1469 1995 2607 3626 20 35 79 139 230 366 696 979 1330 1738 2418 15 26 59 104 173 275 522 734 997 1304 1813 1800 Rpm SF 1 SF 1,5 SF 2 36 62 141 251 415 660 1253 1762 2394 3129 4358 24 41 94 167 276 440 836 1175 1596 2086 2906 18 31 71 125 207 330 627 881 1197 1564 2179 3000 Rpm SF 1 SF 1,5 SF 2 60 104 236 418 691 1099 2089 2937 3990 5215 7624 40 69 157 279 461 733 1393 1958 2660 3476 4843 30 52 118 209 346 550 1044 1469 1995 2607 3812 3600 Rpm SF 1 72 124 283 501 829 1319 2507 3525 4887 6258 8719 SF 1,5 SF 2 48 83 188 334 553 880 1671 2350 3192 4172 5811 36 62 141 251 415 660 1253 1762 2394 3129 4359

Max. Max. Max. Bore Bore Speed S-Hub L-Hub (Rpm) (mm) (mm) 24000 20400 18000 15000 12900 10800 9600 8400 7500 6900 6000 45 55 65 75 90 105 105 120 135 160 185 60 70 80 100 110 130 145 160 180 200 220

DRIVE COUPLINGS

DMU 110160 DMU 125180 DMU 140200 DMU 160220

260 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
3860 160220

DPUSS Type DPU


A105

45 1 mm 0 60 1 mm 0 190 2.1 Nm 290


tr/min omw/min rpm min-1 degr graad degree grad

55 0 70 0 330 500 6800 20400*

65 0 80 0 750 1120 6000 18000*

75 25 100 25 1330 2000 5000 15000*

90 32 110 32 2200 3320 4300 12900*

105 38 130 38 3500 5200 3600 10800*

105 45 145 45 6650 10000 3200 9600*

120 55 160 55 9350 14000 2800 8400*

135 65 180 65 12700 19100 2500 7500*

160 65 200 65 16600 24900 2300 6900*

185 80 220 80 23100 34650 2000 6000*

8000 24000*

12

2x0,75

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,5

2x0,33

2x0,33

2x0,33

2x0,33

2x0,33

12

mm:

2,4

2,6

2,8

3,2

2,5

2,8

2,6

3,4

12 13

mm:

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,9

0,8

1,1

1,4

1,4

1,4

1,4

kgm2

0,003

0,0057

0,015

0,033

0,07

0,145

0,259

0,475

0,775

1,3

2,39

5 A mm B D E G H K L S 11 11

kg mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

3,54 170 88 58,5 35 100 7,1 21 41 51,8 4 bolts

5,49 190 102 69,5 45 100 6,5 37 61 53

9,07 200 123 82 50 100 7 48 72 40

14,8 260 147 97,5 60 140 9 54 86 72 6 bolts

22,8 280 166 113 70 140 10 65 98 54

36,35 350 192 132 85 180 13 76 116 82

47 370 224 133 95 180 14 94 134 74

71,7 470 244 154 110 250 15,5 108 156 122

94,2 500 273 175 125 250 19 123 171 111 8 bolts

128 530 303 196 140 250 20 143 191 99

179 570 340 228 160 250 20 165 221 89

11

<

> <

>

For DPUSS * Balancing needed Dimensions in mm without engagement. Drive Couplings 261

DRIVE COUPLINGS

3860

4570

5580

65100

75110

85130 95145

110160 125180 140200 160220

Escodisc Couplings
EQUIVALENT SELECTION CHART STANDARD ESCODISC DPU

Escodisc DPU

Flender ARH

John Crane Flexibox Metastream TSKS

Jaure Lamidisc DO6

Wellman Bibby Euroflex DJ

Kopflex KD2

Rexnord Thomas Series 71

150 100 3860 966 62 0013 053 175

0033 250 4575

1106 103 82 225

1206

DRIVE COUPLINGS

500

5580

0075 102 1426

153

300

750 1000 65100 1626 1500 75110 2000 1906 0230 0135

1326

103

350 203

1586

122 375 123 253 412

3000

85130 2146

0350

1856

142 143 303

462

0500 5000 95145 2306 0740

2026 162 2286 163 353 512

2456 7500 10000 125180 15000 3106 110160

2756

0930

2556

562 192 403 600

1400 2786 193 232 3026 453 712 800

140200

3456

262 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings

Fan application

Cement Mill

Drive Couplings 263

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escodisc Couplings
SHAFT CONNECTIONS ESCODISC SHAFT CONNECTIONS

DRIVE COUPLINGS
264 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
BALANCING BALANCING OF ESCODISC COUPLINGS
1. Balancing The actual requirement for balancing of a coupling depends amongst other on: Manufacturing quality of the coupling (Natural Inherent Balance Quality) Application speed The mass of the coupling (relative to the masses of the machine rotors) Distance between shaft ends Sensitivity of the system Thanks to their high manufacturing quality, escodisc couplings have a high degree of natural inherent balance and generally dont require additional balancing for normal speed applications. Up to size 95, Escodisc DMU/DPU couplings have a minimum balance quality of Q6.3 at 1500 rpm. For larger sizes, Q6.3 is guaranteed without any additional balancing until 1000 rpm. In the below graph you can find when additional balancing is required based on application speed and DBSE. Also you can find the maximum limits for high speed/long DBSE applications based on the coupling size. Above these limits, please consult us.

2. Esco Balancing Procedures Based on the application data or specific customer requirements, Fenner Transmissions will perform a component blancing to Q6.3 or Q2.5 (as specified Q1 is obtainable yet not advisable for standard couplings) for standard couplings and a component balancing followed by an assembly balancing procedure for high speed applications. Other balancing options are of course available upon request but must be clearly specified when ordering. Remark: for DMU couplings, only component balancing is possible.

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Escodisc Couplings
ESCODISC SERIES DPU
1. Introduction
Coupling must be selected properly according to selection. These documents are available in coupling catalogue or on our web site "www.escocoupling.com". Maximum misalignment figures at assembly are given is this document (see point 4: assembly). Max misalignment figures in operation (combination of radial, angular and axial) are given in catalogue. Max misalignment values may not be applied simultaneously. In case of any change or adaptation not performed by ESCO on the coupling, it is customer responsibility to size and manufacture it properly to guarantee safe torque transmission and absence of unbalance that could affect the life of the coupling and the connected machines. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that shaft and key material, size and tolerance suit the application. Maximum bore capacity is given in the catalogue. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that hub length, bore size and machining tolerances will transmit the torque. It is customer's responsibility to make sure that interference and machining tolerances will transmit the torque and not exceed hub material permissible stress. The hubs must be axially secured on the shaft by means of a setscrew, an end plate or a sufficient interference. It is customer's responsibility to size and manufacture it properly to guarantee safe torque transmission and absence of unbalance that could affect the life of the Discs. It is customer responsibility to protect the coupling by p.ex. a coupling guard and to comply with the local safety rules regarding the protection of rotating parts.

2. Preparation
Ensure the conformity of the supplied equipment: Verify coupling size and conformity (see catalogue or web site). Identify any damaged and/or missing parts. Verify conformity of the coupling/machine interfaces. Coupling original protection allows for storage indoors dry 18 months, indoor humid 12 months, outdoors covered 9 months and outdoors open 3 months. For longer periods, it is customer responsibility to protect the parts properly. Instructions are a part of the supply of the coupling. Be sure valid and complete assembly, operation and maintenance instructions are available. Make sure they are well understood. Assembly, disassembly and maintenance must be performed by qualified, trained and competent fitters. Before starting with assembly, disassembly and maintenance, verify the availability of the tooling necessary. To manipulate the parts To assemble the interfaces To align the coupling To tighten the screws and nuts

3. Warnings

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Before removing the coupling guard and proceeding with any assembly, operation or maintenance operation of the coupling, make sure the complete system is completely shut down and definitively disengaged from any possible source of rotation, such as, for example: Electrical power supply Any loss of braking effect. Make sure everyone attending the equipment area will be properly informed (for example by means of warning properly located) about the maintenance or assembly situation. In case of use in explosive atmospheres Ex , specific protective measures must be considered. They are described in an extra attachment (IM/A100-Ex) to the actual instructions with the couplings marked Ex .

4. Assembly
4.0. WARNING 4.0.1. The pack sub-assembly (1) including flange DP (1.1) discs (1.2), sandwich flange (1.3) and bolts and nuts (1.4) has to be considered as one single component. Bolts have been factory tightened for optimal torque transmission and infinite life. It may not be disassembled. Any external intervention to this sub-assembly (torquing bolts and nuts, seperating components) will automatically cancel suppliers guarantee, customer being fully responsible of any operation risk and damage. 4.0.2. The pack sub-assembly (1) is supplied compressed and fixed by shipping screws (15). This arrangement protects the flexible discs during storage and shipment and makes assembly easier. These shipping screws (15) must be removed at assembly and before starting the machines (see pont 4.1.5.) 4.0.3. If coupling is supplied rough bored, bore and keyway must be machined in hubs (8) and (9). When maching the bore, surface marked (M) must e taken as the turning reference. 4.0.4. It is customers responsibility to protect the coupling and to conform his equipment to local safety legislation. 4.1. ASSEMBLY 4.1.1. Install hubs (8) and (9) on their respective shafts in their proper position (see fig. 6). Hub faces must be flush with shaft end. In case of doubt, please consult us. Introduce setscrew on key with Loctite and tighten properly. 4.1.2. Position units to be connected and check distance G between the hubs. See tabulation or approved drawing for correct distance G, according to coupling type. In case of doubt, please consult us. 4.1.3. Align the two shafts using an indicator. Alignment precision (X and YZ) is given in alighment tabulation (fig. 6). 4.1.4. Ensure that both spacer ends (2) and DP flange (1.1) are perfectly degreased. Mount (see fig. 2) hub sub-assemblies (1) and spacer (2) with screws (3) and washers (4). Tighten screws (3) uniformly (tighteneing torque T3). See tabulation for correct tightening torque (Spacer T3 Nm) and key size (s mm). 4.1.5. Ensure that both hubs faces (8) and (9) and sandwich flange (1.3) are perfectly degreased. Introduce floating assembly between the two hubs (fig. 3). Remove the shipping screws (15) with rings (17) and shipping inserts (16) at each end (fig. 4). The floating assembly must be maintained in position by the two hubs (8) and (9). If not, the distance between the hubs and (or) the alignment are wrong and must be corrected (see points 1.3 and 1.4). 4.1.6. Engage the 6 screws (5) and rings (6) or the 6 screws and washers (7) in each hub (fig. 5). Tighten the screws (5) or (7) uniformly (tightening torque T5). See tabulation for correct tightening torque (Hubs T5 Nm) and key size (s mm). 4.1.7. Check once again the alignment and axial distance by measuring the max. value H1 and the min. value H2 of the distance between flange DP (1.1) and sandwich flange 1.3 (see gigure). See tabulation for the permissible values.

5. Operation, inspection and maintenance


5.1. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE No maintenance is necessary. It is however recommended to verify the alignment (see point 4.1.7.) and the tightening torque of the screws (5) (see point4.1.6.) after the first running hours. Every 6.000 hours or 12 month, inspect external discs of disc pack for any fatigue crack and verify alignment. 5.2. DISASSEMBLY AND INSPECTION Every 12.000 hours or every 24 month. 5.2.1. Remove the 6 screws (5) or (7) (according to the case) each side. Introduce the shipping screws (15) and shipping inserts (16) and tighten the screws (15) to compress pack sub-assembly (1). Note that the minimum distance H0 in stationary condition between flange DP (1.1) and sandwich flange (1.3) should never be less than H0 given in tabulation. 5.2.2. Remove floating assembly (2) and inspects discs (1.2) without dismounting hub sub-assembly (1) (see point 4.0.1). In case of damage, complete sub-assembly (1) must be replaced.

266 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
SERIES DPU

Distances DBSE G Standard mm 100 100 100 140 140 180 180 250 250 250 250 X mm 0,10 0,10 0,10 0,15 0,15 0,15 0,10 0,15 0,15 0,15 0,15 YZ max. mm 0,10 0,10 0,15 0,20 0,20 0,25 0,20 0,20 0,25 0,25 0,30

Alignment Spacer Hubs

Type Size

H1H2 max. mm 0,11 0,12 0,16 0,19 0,22 0,25 0,20 0,20 0,25 0,25 0,30

H1H2
2

H0 mm 5,5 5,5 5,7 7,6 8,3 11,0 12,0 13,4 17,0 17,5 17,5 T3 Nm 8,1 13,2 13,2 32 32 63 63 108 108 108 180 S mm 4 5 5 6 6 8 8 10 10 10 12 T5 Nm 8,1 8,1 13,2 32 55 63 100 108 180 230 280 s mm 4 4 5 6 8 8 10 10 12 14 14

mm 7,1 0,20 6,5 0,20 7,0 0,20 9,0 0,20 10,0 0,30 13,0 0,40 14,0 0,20 15,5 0,30 19,0 0,30 20,0 0,30 20,0 0,40

38 45 55 65 75 85 95 110 125 140 160

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DRIVE COUPLINGS

Escodisc Couplings
ATTACHMENT Ex atmospheres.
0. Introduction
General assembly and maintenance instructions are established for standard ESCODISC couplings. In case of use in potentially explosive atmospheres, further to the general assembly and maintenance instructions, the specific measures described in this attachment must be taken.

: Specific Protective Measures for ESCODISC Couplings in case of use in explosive

1. Coupling Selection
The coupling must be selected according to the general assembly and maintenance instructions. In explosive atmosphere, the following specific rules must apply: A Service Factor of 1.5 must be applied on the max torque values for nominal torque (Tn) and peak torque (Tp) given in the tables.

2. Use of the coupling


The coupling is dedicated for use in potentially explosive atmospheres according to European Directive 94/9/EC (Atex 100 A). Coupling is classified in equipment group II, equipment catetgory 2 and 3, intended for use in areas in which explosive atmospheres caused by gases, capours, mists of air/dust mixtures are likely to occur. In function of the ambient temperature in the coupling proximity (85,55, 45C), the temperature classes have been defined (T4, T5, T6). This is based on a temperature increase of the machine shafts (in regard of the ambient temperature) that will not exceed 50C in operation. The coupling is marked as follows: CE Ex 11 2G T4/T5/T6 D 120C 20C Ta 85C / 55C/ 45C

3. Warnings
The warnings mentioned in the general asssembly and maintenance instructions must apply in any case. In explosive atmosphere, the following specific warnings must apply: Complete machining of the coupling parts (bores, keyways, spacers, floating shafts etc...) must be performed by ESCO transmission N.V. No modification shall be made on the supplied and marked product without the agreement of ESCO Transmissions N.V. Before proceeding with any assembly, operation or maintenance operation on the coupling, make sure that the necessary measures have been taken to ensure safety, such as but not limited to: Proper ventilation of the area Proper lightening and electrical tools If hub must be heated for assembly on the shaft, make sure heating source and surface temperature will not affect the safety of the working area. It is recommended to have a strong coupling guard, preferably in stainless steel with openins (if any) smaller than the smallest centrifugable part (nut is 10mm dia.). The coupling guard is intended to protect the environment from the centrifugation of any rotating part and the rotating coupling from any falling part. To limit ventilation effects, distance between cover and coupling outside surface should be at least 10mm.

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4. Assembly
The general assembly and maintenance instructions must apply in any case. In explosive atmosphere, the following specific instructions must apply: Alignment of the machine in cold condition must take into account the possible heat expansion to make sure that in continuous running conditions, max misalignment calculated on the base will not exceed 80% of the max allowed value: Da/ka + /kr +dr/kr 0.80.

5. Operation
The general assembly and maintenance instructions must apply in any case. In explosive atmosphere, the following specific instructions must apply: Before Start-up Make sure coupling is perfectly clean and properly aligned. Make sure, screws, nuts are properly tightened. Coupling guard must be properly installed and fixed. Monitoring system, if any, must be tested to verify its effectiveness. During Start-up Check for any abnormal noise and/or vibration. If any, immediate stop is mandatory and appropriate action must be taken. Checking intervals during operation After the first 3000 hours or 6 months: Inspect external disc for any fatigue crack Verify alignment. Continuous checking Immediately stop the machine if noise, vibrations or other abonormal phenomena are detected during operation. Further more, if direct check is not possible for access or safety reasons, proper monitoring system has to be installed to follow-up couplings behaviour

6. Maintenance
The general assembly and maintenance instructions must apply in any case. In explosive atmosphere Ex , the following specific instruction must apply: Every 8.000 hours or 18 month: Dismount the coupling and inspect. Proceed as indicated in point 4.

268 Drive Couplings

Escodisc Couplings
REFERENCES ESCODISC REFERENCES
Since 1986 escodisc standard, as well as special couplings have been in use in the chemical, petrochemical, pulp, paper, printing, textile, steel, cement and general machine building industry to full customer satisfaction. The field of application is various going from pumps, compressors, fans, turbines to water treatment installations, machining centers to even test benches for Formula 1 racing car... Thanks to this, esco has built up a level of expertise and knowledge from which our customers can benefit.

ABB Lumus Global Belgian Refining Corporation BP Amoco Chemicals Cockerill Sambre Corus Steel Dow Chemicals Fina Refinery Flowserve Corporation Howden KSB Pumps Pasaban Pompes d'Ensival Shell International Siam Cement Solvay Stora Cell THY Marcinelle Valmet

Drive Couplings 269

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Elastic Couplings
SERIES S

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Min : 6 mm
E

A B

Max : 42 mm

Type Max Min (mm) (mm) 1S 2S 3S 4S 16 24 35 42 6,0 9,8 13,8 18,8

min max

A (mm) (o) Max 3 3 2 2 Max (mm) 1 1 2 2 Max (mm) 1,5 2,0 2,5 3,0 16 24 35 42

B (mm)

C (mm)

D (mm)

E (mm)

Nm 1,28 4,35 17,90 33,50

tr/Min omw/Min rpm-min-1 6000 5500 4500 4000

27,5 42,0 58,5 75,0

38 52 71 89

11 14 22 26

9,5 12,7 19,0 22,5

0,110 0,350 0,820 2,050

Dimensions in mm without engagement.

270 Drive Couplings

Flexible Gear Couplings


SERIES A-B-C

Type 20/24 : Nylon Type 28/42 : Zamak Zinc alloy Type 60 : Acier, Staal, Steel, Stahl

DIN 1743/2 AFNOR A55-010 BS 1004 ASTM B86 (64)

: : : :

GD - Zn A 14 Z - A 4G A AG 40A

Nylon

Example: Part No. = 20A COUPLING

t = 60oC Max Type Max Min (mm) (mm) 20 24 28 28C 42 60 20 24 28 28 42 60 6 8 9 9 11 25


min max J (WR 2)

A (mm) (o) Max 3,0 3,0 3,0 1,5 3,0 3,0 Max (mm) 0,4 0,4 0,5 0,05 0,6 0,9 Max (mm) 6 6 6 6 8 6 (kg) 0,07 0,10 0,70 0,68 1,80 7,77 50 56 65 96 125

A1 (mm)

A2 (mm)

Nm 13 20 40 40 80 300

tr/Min omw/Min rpm-min-1 60000 6000 5000 5000 5000 4000

(kgm2) 0,00001 0,00004 0,00020 0,00020 0,00100 0,00690

60 86 125

60

Type 20 24 28 28C 42 60

B (mm) 46 54 73 95 120

B2 (mm) 68

C (mm) 33 35 36 51 67

C1 (mm) 33,5 47,6 67,0

C2 (mm) 27

D (mm) 32,0 38,0 44,5 44,5 60,0 85,0

D2 (mm) 56

E (mm) 22,0 25,0 28,5 28,5 41,3 60,0

E2 (mm) 28,5

F (mm) 6 6 8 13 5

F1 (mm) 3,0 3,2 5,0

F2 (mm) 3

G (mm) 65 71 80 116 160

G1 (mm) 65 95 160

G2 (mm) 76

Dimensions in mm without engagement.

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Keyless Rigid Couplings

DRIVE COUPLINGS
272 Drive Couplings

Keyless Rigid Couplings

L = (F1 + F2) + 2 x N - H M = (F1 + F2) - H P = G1 + G2

Drive Couplings 273

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Fluid Drive Couplings

FLUID COUPLING K SERIES


Constant fill up to 2300 kW

FLUID COUPLING KX SERIES


Oil or water constant fill, Low drag torque up to 1000 kW

FLUID COUPLING KSL SERIES


Start up & Variable speed drive up to 3300 kW

FLUID COUPLING KPT SERIES


Start up & Variable speed drive up to 1700 kW

PNEUMATIC CLUTCH TPO SERIES


Up to 11500 Nm

HYDRAULIC CLUTCH HYDRAULIC BRAKE SHC-SL SERIES


Up to 2500 Nm Up to 9000Nm

DISC AND DRUM BRAKE


Up to 19000 Nm

OIL OPERATED POWER TAKE OFF HF SERIES


Up to 800 kW

DRIVE COUPLINGS

FLUID COUPLING KPTO SERIES


For internal combustion engine P.T.O. for pulley and cardan shaft up to 1700 kW

MULTI PUMP DRIVE MPD SERIES


Up to 1100 kW

POWER SHIFT TRANSMISSION


With torque converter one or more speeds manual or electric seletor up to 75 kW

ELASTIC COUPLING RBD SERIES


For internal combustion engine up to 16000 Nm

274 Drive Couplings

K Series Constant Fill Traction Couplings


K SERIES
CONSTANT FILL TRACTION COUPLINGS Features: Rating up to 2300kW Single and double delay fill chambers for smooth starting Starting torque limitation with the use of calibrated nozzles (externally adjustable) Safety devices available Unique taper bush system for ease of installation (no special tools required) Viton seals and o-rings Common component interchange ability enabling reduced spares holding

KX SERIES
CONSTANT FILL COUPLINGS WITH A SPECIAL PATENTED OIL CIRCUIT DESIGN (Suitable for large inertia applications such as mills, conveyor drives etc.) Features: Rating up to 1000kW Closed circuit with two internal tanks connected by a scoop tube Design allows for very low starting torque and current absorption by the motor Fusible plugs blow internally, no oil spillage and mess greased for life bearings, Viton seals and o-rings Capable of operation with oil and treated water on request Available in steel body design for underground mines

OTHER PRODUCTS
VARIABLE FILL COUPLINGS INCLUDING: KPT Series up to 1700kW KSL Series up to 3300kW KPTO Series up to 1700kW (diesel drive applications) Multi Pump Drive (MPD) up to 1100kW

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Flexible Gear Couplings

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276 Drive Couplings

Flexible Gear Couplings

Drive Couplings 277

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Flexible Gear Couplings

DRIVE COUPLINGS
278 Drive Couplings

Flexible Gear Couplings

Drive Couplings 279

DRIVE COUPLINGS

Flexible Gear Couplings

281

Please note the colour of insert and cover when ordering size of coupling

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280 Drive Couplings

Flexible Gear Couplings

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Notes

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