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Dimensions and parameters

TCBN. Grooved shaft for quick mounting and dismounting


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TCB Assembly and maintenance instructions

The TCB barrel coupling is supplied fully assembled. The lubricant with which the coupling is supplied serves to facilitate the assembly of the different components, but a suitable lubricant is necessary for the correct functioning of the coupling.

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Axial forces, as a consequence of the component resulting from the inclination of cables, must be absorbed by the drum support bearing on the side opposite the coupling (Pos. a, Fig. 4) and the cart structure. The deformations that may exist during operation at full load must not be greater than the maximum axial displacement indicated in Table 4. If the coupling is supplied without machining, it will be necessary to dismount it in order to carry out the corresponding machining. Once machined, during mounting the hub and sleeve must be connected lining up the mark on the hub with that on the sleeve (see mounting reference Pos. 14, Fig. 3 on page 3). The screws for fixing the coupling to the drum and those for the covers must be at least of quality 8.8. For the corresponding grip torque values, see Table 7.

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Table 7. Tightening torques Thread Max. tightening torque (Nm) M8 26 M10 51 M12 89 M16 215 M20 420 M24 725

1. Assembly of coupling on gearbox shaft


a) By means of keyways:

Fig. 14.

Both the shaft and the interior of the hub must be free from soiling. To facilitate assembly and to avoid damage to seals, the complete coupling may be heated in an oil bath to a maximum temperature of 80 C. Set the hub on the shaft, with care. The sleeve must allow axial displacement.

Table 6. Technical data and general dimensions of the TCBN

b) Joint by means of interference, without keyway:


Toothing mxz DIN 5480 5 x 18 5 x 22 5 x 26 8 x 20 8 x 20 8 x 24 8 x 28 8 x 34 8 x 34 8 x 41 8 x 41 mm d6 K6 100 120 140 170 170 200 240 280 280 340 340 d7 105 125 145 175 175 205 245 285 285 345 345 Wt Kg 53 58 74 98 112 128 195 219 265 304 480 J Kgm2 0,81 1,02 1,5 2,8 3,3 4,3 9 11 15 24 38 Table 8. Y distance Coupling size Min. Y (mm) 25-50 50 75-300 55 400-1.000 70 1.500 80 2.600-6.200 90

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type size 200 300 400 500 600 1.000 1.500 2.600 3.400 4.200 6.200 L e c h k b1 39 39 40 40 38 26 27 26 26 33 33

mm b2 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 b3 32 32 40 40 42 50 60 70 70 80 80 b4 110 110 121 121 121 116 129 138 138 161 161 d3 101 121 141 166 166 200 240 280 280 350 350 d4 H7 85 105 125 150 150 180 220 260 260 320 320 d5 H11 90 110 130 154 154 184 224 264 264 324 324

125 120 130 130 129 131 150 162 162 190 190

90 85 92 92 89 91 108 111 109 137 137

32 32 32 32 32 32 40 40 50 50 50

10 10 10 10 10 10 12 19 19 19 19

25 25 28 30 30 30 32 39 41 41 41

It is necessary to previously disasemble the outer cover, sleeve, guide ring and barrels. Prior to the assembly of the coupling, its component parts must be carefully cleaned. Position the outer cover, with its seal, previously on the shaft. If it is envisaged that there will not be space to mount the fixing screws, these may be previously introduced in their housings. Check the distance Y (Fig. 15); for this purpose, see Table 8.

The measures and values not indicated in this table are equal to those given for the standard TCB coupling (Page 8). Consult Jaures Technical Department for the machining of the shaft.

Fig. 15. Distance necessary screw removal.

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Technical modifications reserved

Technical modifications reserved

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