Product Description

GFC-30X40 Type Jaw Flexible Coupling Jaw Coupling

 

GFC-30X40 Type Jaw Flexible Coupling Jaw Coupling

 

model parameter common bore diameter d1,d2 ΦD L LF LP F M tightening screw torque
(N.M)
GFC-14X22 3,4,5,6,6.35 14 22 14.3 6.6 5.0 M2.5 1.0
GFC-20×25 3,4,5,6,6.35,7,8,9,9.525,10 20 25 16.7 8.6 5.9 M3 1.5
GFC-20X30 3,4,5,6,6.35,7,8,9,9.525,10 20 30 19.25 8.6 5.9 M3 1.5
GFC-25X30 4,5,6,6.35,7,8,9,9.525,10,11,12 25 30 20.82 11.6 8.5 M4 2.5
GFC-25X34 4,5,6,6.35,7,8,9,9.525,10,11,12 25 34 22.82 11.6 8.5 M4 2.5
GFC-30×35 5,6,6.35,7,8,9,10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16 30 35 23 11.5 10 M4 2.5
GFC-30X40 5,6,6.35,7,8,9,10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16 30 40 25 11.5 10 M4 2.5
GFC-40X50 6,8,9,10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24 40 50 32.1 14.5 14 M5 7
GFC-40X55 6,8,9,10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24 40 55 34.5 14.5 14 M5 7
GFC-40X66 6,8,910,11,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24 40 66 40 14.5 14 M5 7
GFC-55X49 10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32 55 49 32 16.1 13.5 M6 12
GFC-55X78 8,10,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32 55 78 46.4 16.1 19 M6 12
GFC-65X80 14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32,35,38,40 65 80 48.5 17.3 14 M8 20
GFC-65X90 14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32,35,38,40 65 90 53.5 17.3 22.5 M8 20
GFC-80X114 19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32,35,38,40,42,45 80 114 68 22.5 16 M8 20
GFC-95X126 19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32,35,38,40,42,45,50,55 95 126 74.5 24 18 M10 30

 

model parameter Rated torque
(N.M)*
allowable eccentricity
(mm)*
allowable deflection angle
(°)*
allowable axial deviation
(mm)*
maximum speed
rpm
static torsional stiffness
(N.M/rad)
moment of inertia
(Kg.M2)
Material of shaft sleeve Material of shrapnel surface treatment weight
(g)
GFC-14X22 5.0 0.1 1 ±02 10000 50 1.0×10-6 High strength aluminum alloy Polyurethane imported from Germany Anodizing treatment 10
GFC-20X25 5.0 0.1 1 ±02 10000 50 1.0×10-6 15
GFC-20X30 5.0 0.1 1 ^02 10000 53 1.1×10-6 19
GFC-25X30 10 0.1 1   10000 90 5.2X10-6 33
GFC-25X34 10 0.1 1 £)2 10000 90 5.2×10-6 42
GFC-30X35 12.5 0.1 1 ±02 10000 123 6.2×10-6 50
GFC-30×40 12.5 0.1 1 102 10000 123 6.2×10-6 60
GFC-40X50 17 0.1 1   8000 1100 3.8×10-5 115
GFC-40X55 17 0.1 1 ±02 8000 1100 3.8×10-5 127
GFC-40X66 17 0.1 1   7000 1140 3.9×10-5 154
GFC-55X49 45 0.1 1 ±02 6500 2350 1.6×10-3 241
GFC-55X78 45 0.1 1 102 6000 2500 1.6×10-3 341
GFC-65X80 108 0.1 1 ±02 5500 4500 3.8×10-3 433
GFC-65X90 108 0.1 1 ±02 5500 4800 3.8×10-3 583
GFC-80X114 145 0.1 1 £)2 4500 5000 1.8×10-3 1650
GFC-95X126 250 0.1 1 ±02 4000 5000 2.0×10-3 1000

 

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jaw coupling

Contribution of Jaw Coupling to Equipment Longevity

Jaw couplings play a vital role in enhancing the longevity and reliability of connected equipment in mechanical power transmission systems. The design and features of jaw couplings contribute to minimizing wear, reducing downtime, and protecting the equipment from harmful forces. Here’s how jaw couplings contribute to equipment longevity:

  • Shock Absorption: Jaw couplings have elastomeric spider inserts that act as shock absorbers, dampening vibrations and impact loads. This helps in protecting the connected equipment from sudden shocks and extends its operational life.
  • Misalignment Compensation: In real-world applications, shaft misalignment is common due to thermal expansion, machine settling, or manufacturing tolerances. Jaw couplings can tolerate a certain degree of misalignment, reducing stress on bearings, seals, and other components of the equipment.
  • Overload Protection: During overloads or torque spikes, jaw couplings can flex slightly, absorbing excess torque and preventing damage to the equipment. This overload protection feature prevents catastrophic failures and extends the life of mechanical components.
  • Backlash Reduction: Excessive backlash in a power transmission system can lead to inaccuracies in motion control and wear on components. Jaw couplings are designed to provide low backlash, enhancing precision and minimizing wear on gears and other sensitive parts.
  • Resilience to Contaminants: Jaw couplings often feature enclosed designs that protect the elastomeric spider from contaminants like dust, dirt, and moisture. This helps in maintaining the coupling’s performance and preventing premature failure due to external elements.
  • Low Maintenance: Compared to some other types of couplings, jaw couplings require minimal maintenance. Regular lubrication and inspection of the coupling can significantly extend its life and keep the connected equipment running smoothly.
  • Easy Installation: The simple and compact design of jaw couplings makes them easy to install and integrate into various mechanical systems. Proper installation ensures efficient power transmission and reduces the chances of component damage.

Overall, jaw couplings contribute to equipment longevity by providing protection against shock loads, compensating for misalignment, preventing overloads, reducing backlash, and offering resilience to environmental factors. By selecting the right jaw coupling for the application and following proper maintenance practices, users can maximize the lifespan of connected equipment and improve the overall efficiency of their mechanical systems.

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What are the common signs of wear and failure in jaw couplings?

Jaw couplings are reliable components, but like any mechanical part, they can experience wear and eventually fail if not properly maintained or replaced when necessary. Here are some common signs of wear and failure to look out for in jaw couplings:

  • Excessive Vibration: Increased vibration during operation may indicate wear in the elastomer spider or misalignment between the coupling hubs. Excessive vibration can lead to further damage and should be addressed promptly to prevent more significant issues.
  • Abnormal Noise: Unusual noises, such as rattling, clanking, or squeaking sounds, can indicate wear, misalignment, or damage in the jaw coupling. A well-functioning jaw coupling should operate smoothly and quietly.
  • Visible Cracks or Damage: Inspect the jaw coupling regularly for any visible cracks, tears, or damage to the elastomer spider or coupling hubs. Cracks in the elastomer can lead to reduced torque transmission and compromise the coupling’s performance.
  • Loose or Displaced Spider: A loose or displaced elastomer spider may result from wear or improper installation. The spider should fit securely between the coupling hubs. Any sign of misalignment or gaps in the spider indicates potential wear or failure.
  • Increased Heat: Excessive heat generation in the jaw coupling could indicate high levels of friction or misalignment, leading to wear on the elastomer spider. Elevated temperatures can accelerate wear and shorten the coupling’s lifespan.
  • Shaft Misalignment: If you notice misalignment between the connected shafts, it can be a sign that the jaw coupling is no longer compensating for misalignment properly. This can lead to increased stress on the shafts and coupling components.
  • Reduced Performance: A jaw coupling nearing the end of its service life may experience reduced torque transmission and compromised rotational speed control. As the elastomer spider wears, the coupling’s ability to transmit torque efficiently diminishes.
  • Unexpected Downtime: Frequent unexpected shutdowns or downtime may indicate coupling failure. Sudden coupling failure can lead to costly equipment damage and unplanned production halts.

It is essential to conduct regular maintenance and inspections to detect these signs of wear and failure early. Preventive measures such as proper lubrication, alignment checks, and timely replacement of worn elastomer spiders can extend the life of the jaw coupling and prevent unexpected failures.

If any of these signs are observed, it is advisable to consult coupling manufacturers or maintenance professionals for a thorough assessment and appropriate corrective actions.

jaw coupling

Advantages of Using Jaw Couplings in Mechanical Systems

Jaw couplings offer several advantages in mechanical systems:

  • Misalignment Compensation: Jaw couplings can tolerate angular, parallel, and axial misalignments between connected shafts, reducing the need for precise alignment during installation.
  • Vibration Damping: The elastomeric spider in the jaw coupling absorbs shocks and vibrations, providing smoother operation and extending the life of connected equipment.
  • Backlash-Free: Due to the tight fit between the jaws and the spider, jaw couplings are virtually backlash-free, enabling more accurate and responsive motion transfer.
  • High Torque Capacity: Jaw couplings can handle high torque loads, making them suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.
  • Easy Installation: With a simple design and few components, jaw couplings are easy to install and maintain.
  • Cost-Effective: Compared to other types of couplings, jaw couplings are relatively cost-effective, providing reliable power transmission at a lower cost.
  • Fail-Safe Design: In the event of a spider failure, the jaws can still maintain some torque transmission, allowing for limited operation and preventing sudden breakdowns.

Due to these advantages, jaw couplings are widely used in pumps, motors, fans, and various industrial machinery where misalignment, vibration, and torque transmission are critical factors.

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editor by CX 2024-05-02