Economy Design of the HRC coupling has been optimised so that power capacities are balanced to the appropriate shaft diameters.
Resilience Transient peak loads are reduced by a flexible element, deflection of which is a prime design consideration.
Misalignment Incidental parallel angular and axial displacement of the connected shafts can be accommodated.
Taper Bushes Are fitted to the complete standard coupling range. Bored to size flanges are also available.
Installation Is quick and easy without special tools, only a hexagon wrench is required.
Maintenance Is virtually eliminated and no lubricant required.
Environment The elastometric element makes it suitable for use in most conditions. An option of urethane element is also available.
Positive In the unlikely event of the flexible element being destoryed, drive will be maintained by inner-action of the integrally cast driving dogs.
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