Replicating Splined Shafts


One of the most innovative ways of reliably clamping hubs and shafts, whilst delivering high torque and maintaining excellent concentricity. ETP-HYLOC is available as standard to suit shaft sizes between 50mm and 220mm. Concentric run out can be as little ≤ 0,02 mm. With the Hyloc series the number of mountings can be a maximum of 2000 times making it particularly suited to applications where hub and shafts require frequent clamping and finite adjustment. The robust design, makes the product ideally suited to more arduous environments and heavy operations like steel rolling mills and the processing industry.

Full customisation of the standard product is available as well as models for shaft greater than 220mm can also be offered on request. For extreme high torque applications the contact surfaces of ETP-HYLOC (sizes ≥100 mm) can be applied with ETP-HFC, a high friction coating, which doubles the torque capacity.

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BXR Safety Brakes

A spring loaded safety brake for holding and braking applications. Applications to date have been numerous including garage door drives right through to servo motor drives. The model delivers reliable holding and braking in torque ranges from 0.1 to 240Nm, through an internal square or spline hub designs.

With only two-thirds the thickness of the older models, these brakes are dedicated for holding and emergency braking within restricted spaces. Featuring a much lighter rotor, which successfully reduces racing wear dramatically. The lighter weight lowers the inertia, enabling their incorporation without degrading the response of servo motors.

Schmidt Offset Coupling

The precision coupling for an extreme shaft offset in a small D.B.S.E. (distance between shaft ends).

The Schmidt coupling offsets like no other coupling. Many engineers come across the familiar problem of shaft misalignments within driven shaft applications. In some cases the parallel offset of the shafts are above and beyond the capabilities of standard shaft couplings and can often result in punitive drive shaft length, or elaborate mechanical solutions to move driver and driven shafts in unison, to overcome the offset.

Rigid Shaft Couplings

When the application requires a direct and solid shaft connection and that shaft misalignments during operation are minimal, then the ABR solid or rigid type couplings can be used. To suit shafts from 6mm up to 50mm in diameter as standard.

A solid compression-type coupling or rigid coupling as it is sometimes termed has no flexibility but can effectively be used to connect two shafts to make a permanent joint. The solid coupling is usually designed to be capable of transmitting the full torque load capacity of the shaft.

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