CZPT Keyless Locking Gadgets are utilized in rotating equipment, making clamping pressure in between area of locking gadget and shaft to generate adjustable and releasable mechanical link, so as to clamp gears, pulleys and other parts to a shaft without having threads or keys.
Raw components available in:
l Metal C45E,
l Steel 42CrMo4V
l Stainless Steel AISI431,
l Stainless Steel AISI304
1. Join hubs solidly to shafts
2. Effortless installation and disassembly
three. Substantial torque transmission
4. Extended lifetime and easy routine maintenance
5. Low notching effect
six. Reduction of dress in and tear of expensive equipment elements
Ubet Machinery provides varieties of Keyless Locking Gadgets, which are interchangeable with several European and American brands. High quality usually comes the first.
Ubet Keyless Locking Device KLD-1 Medium torque, not self-centering, Medium surface area pressures, No axial hub movement, versatile use, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8 socket head locking screw DIN912-twelve.9. The most common sort of all KLD Locking Gadget, Gear Wheel Connection the slotted layout of the double tapered rings enables fairly high mounting tolerance, The massive taper angles are not self-locking and facilitate the launch of the link.
KLD-1 Interchange with Z2,BIKON 4000,BEA BK40,BONFIX CCE2000,Challenge 01,Chiaravalli RCK40,CONEX A, Fenlock FLK200,ITALBLOCK CN210,KTR100,KINLOK LOK30,KBS40,KANA two hundred,MAV 2005,POGGI CAL-A,RFN7012,Ringspann RLK200,Ringblok 1120,SIT 1,SATI KLGG,TOLLOK TLK200,Tsubaki AS,TAS3571,V-Blok VK400,Walther Flender MLC one thousand,Fenner Push B-Loc B400,LoveJoy SLD1500, FX10,OKBS40,DRIVELOCK40
Ubet Keyless Locking Assembly KLD-two Medium torque, self-centering, tiny cross area, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8 Socket head locking screw DIN912-12.nine
Self-centering with superb concentricity the small outer diameter is area-saving and ideal for tiny wheel diameters the spacer ring between the outer flange and the hub maintains the fitting position in the axial course to allow precise positioning with no a shaft collar the thrust-off threads in the outer flanges are used for dismantling.
KLD-2 Interchange with Z11,BIKON 8000,BEA BK80,BONFIX CCE1000,Obstacle 02,Chiaravalli RCK80,CONEX B,7110 ECOLOC, Fenlock FLK110,GERWAH PSV2571.1,ITALBLOCK CN55,KTR250,KINLOK LOK10,KBS80,MAV 5061,POGGI CAL-B,RFN7110,Ringspann RLK110,Ringblok 1100,SIT 3,SATI KLCC,TOLLOK TLK110,Tsubaki TF,V-Blok VB800B,Walther Flender MLC3000,Fenner Generate B-Loc B800,LoveJoy SLD1900, FX20,OKBS80,DRIVELOCK80
Ubet Locking Aspects KLD-3
Reduced torque, Medium surface stress, Taper rings only, Lower axial and radial proportions
This clamping established is self-centering with exceptional concentricity. The very tiny outer diameter is room-conserving and appropriate for little wheel diameters. The spacer ring amongst the outer flange and the hub maintains the fitting place in the axial path to enable exact positioning without a shaft collar. The drive-off threads in the outer flanges are utilized for dismantling.
KLD-3 Interchange with Z1,BIKON 5000,BEA BK50,BONFIX CCE3000,Problem 03 Chiaravalli RCK50,CONEX C,Fenlock FLK300,ITALBLOCK CN31,KRT150,KINLOK LOK80,KBS50,KANA 300,MAV 3003,POGGI CAL-C,RFN8006,Ringspann RLK300,Ringblok 1060,SIT 2,SATI KLNN,TOLLOK TLK300,Tsubaki EL, ,Walther Flender MLC 2000,Fenner Travel B-Loc B112,LoveJoy SLD350, FX30,OKBS50,DRIVELOCK50
Ubet Mechanical Locking Gadget KLD-four
Large torque, self-centering, medium surface stress, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8 socket head Locking screw DIN912-twelve.nine
KLD-4 Interchange with Z3,BIKON 7000A,BEA BK70,BONFIX CCE4000,Obstacle 04,Chiaravalli RCK70,CONEX D,7004 ECOLOC, Fenlock FLK130,GERWAH PSV2007,ITALBLOCK CN54/N,KTR200,KINLOK LOK20A,KBS70,MAV 6901,POGGI CAL-D,RFN7013.,Ringspann RLK130,Ringblok 1300.1,SIT 5A,SATI KLDA,TOLLOK TLK130,V-Blok VK700, FX40,OKBS70,DRIVELOCK70
Ubet Shaft Hub Link KLD-five
Medium torque, decreased length, medium self-centering, Large floor strain, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8 socket head Locking screw DIN912-twelve.nine
Suitable for narrow, disk-shaped wheel hubs. Self-centering and self-locking in the clamping condition.
KLD-5 Interchange with Z3B,BIKON 1003,BEA BK13,BONFIX CCE4100,Obstacle 05,Chiaravalli RCK13,CONEX DS,7003 ECOLOC, Fenlock FLK132,GERWAH PSV2006,KTR203,KBS13,KANA 201,MAV 1062,POGGI CAL-DS,RFN7013., Ringspann RLK132,Ringblok 1710,SIT 6,SATI KLAA,TOLLOK TLK132,TAS3003, V-Blok VK160,Walther Flender MLC 5006,LoveJoy SLD1750, FX41, OKBS13, DRIVELOCK13.
Ubet Shaft Locking System KLD-6
Medium torque, self-centering, Reduced surface area strain, No axial hub movement, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8 socket head Locking screw DIN912-twelve.nine
KLD-6 Interchange with Z13,BIKON 7000B,BEA BK71,BONFIX CCE4500,Challenge 06,Chiaravalli RCK71,CONEX E,7007 ECOLOC, Fenlock FLK131,GERWAH PSV2007.3,ITALBLOCK CN54/S,KTR201,KINLOK LOK20B,KBS71,MAV 6902,POGGI CAL-E,RFN7013.1,Ringspann RLK131,Ringblok 1300.2,SIT 5B,SATI KLDB,TOLLOK TLK131,Tsubaki KE,V-Blok VK700.1,Walther Flender MLC5000B, FX50,OKBS71,DRIVELOCK71
Ubet Clamping Energy Lock KLD-seven
Medium torque, lowered duration, Large surface strain, No axial hub motion, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8 socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9 Simultaneous Relationship of Chain Sprocket
KLD-7 Interchange with Z8,BIKON 1006,BEA BK16,BONFIX CCE4600,Obstacle 07,Chiaravalli RCK16,CONEX ES,7006 ECOLOC,Fenlock FLK133,GERWAH PSV2006.3,ITALBLOCK CN9/4,KTR206,KBS16,KANA 201,MAV 1061,POGGI CAL-ES,RFN7013.1,Ringspann RLK133,Ringblok 1720,SATI KLAB,TOLLOK TLK133,Tsubaki AE,TAS3006,V-Blok VK130,Walther Flender MLC 5007,LoveJoy SLD1750, FX51,OKBS16,DRIVELOCK16
Ubet Shrink Disc KLD-fourteen
High torque, No axial hub movement, Higher speed software, preferred solution for coupling hub and hollow shaft gearbox, DIN931-10.9 screw Smart-Lock Shrink Disc, Slender Hub Relationship for sprockets, join hollow and strong shafts frictionally and backlash-free.
KLD-14 Interchange with Z7B,BEA BK19,BONFIX CCE8000,Problem fourteen,Chiaravalli RCK19,CONEX SD, Fenlock FLK603, ,KTR603,KBS19,MAV 2008,RFN4071,Ringspann RLK603,Ringblok 2200,SATI KLDD,TOLLOK TLK603, Tsubaki SL, ,Walther Flender MLC 9050,Fenner Travel B-Loc SD10,LoveJoy SLD900, FX190,OKBS19,DRIVELOCK19
Ubet Locking Assembly KLD-15
High torque, self-centering, Lower-medium area pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8 socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.nine
KLD-15 Interchange with BEA BK15, Challenge fifteen,Chiaravalli RCK15,CONEX EP, Fenlock FLK134,KBS15 ,MAV 3061,Ringspann RLK134,SATI KLBB,TOLLOK TLK134, FX52, DRIVELOCK15
Ubet Locking Bushes KLD-16
Medium torque, Decreased size, Medium self-centering, High floor strain, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8 socket head Locking screw DIN912-twelve.9
KLD-16 Interchange with BONFIX CCE4900,Obstacle sixteen,CONEX L,KTR225,KBS52,SATI KLHH, FX120
Ubet Ball Bearing Adapter Sleeve KLD-17
Low torque, Limited Length, Not self-centering, Lower floor force, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8
KLD-17 Interchange with BEA BK25, Challenge 17, KBS51, SATI KLFC, FX80
Ubet Bearing Adapter Sleeve KLD-17.1
Lower-medium torque, self-centering, low area force, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8
KLD-seventeen.1 Interchange with Z19B, BEA BK26,Problem 21,Chiaravalli RCK55, Fenlock FLK250,KTR125,KBS55, POGGI CAL-L,Ringspann RLK250,Ringblok 1500, SATI KLFF,TOLLOK TLK250
Ubet Shaft Clamping Collar KLD-18
Lower-medium torque, Brief Size, self-centering, reduced surface area pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8, socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9
This clamping set is self-centering and suited for really little shaft diameters. It transfers regular to large torques
KLD-18 Interchange with BEA BK61,Chiaravalli RCK61,7002 ECOLOC ,GERWAH PSV2061,KTR105,KBS61,MAV 7903,SATI KLSS, Walther Flender MLC 5050, FX350,OKBS61,DRIVELOCK61
Ubet Clamping System KLD-19
extremely large torque, self-centering, medium surface area pressure, no axial hub movement, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8, socket head Locking screw DIN912-twelve.nine
This clamping established is self-centering with exceptional concentricity. The very little outer diameter is room-saving and suitable for modest wheel diameters. The spacer ring in between the outer flange and the hub maintains the fitting place in the axial path to allow specific positioning with no a shaft collar.
KLD-19 Interchange with Z12A,BIKON 1012,BEA BK11,BONFIX CCE9500,Problem 19,Chiaravalli RCK11,CONEX F,7005 ECOLOC,Fenlock FLK400,GERWAH PSV2005,ITALBLOCK CN911,KTR400,KINLOK LOK40,KBS11,MAV 4061,POGGI CAL-F,RFN7015,Ringspann RLK400,Ringblok 1800,SIT 4,SATI KLEE,TOLLOK TLK400,Tsubaki Ad,TAS3012,V-Blok VK112,Walther Flender MLC 4000/MLC 7000,Fenner Drive B-Loc B112,LoveJoy SLD2600, FX60,OKBS11,DRIVELOCK11
Locking Device KLD-33 interchange with Z4, RFN7014
Locking Unit KLD-34 interchange with Z5,BIKON 1015./1015.1, 7009 ECOLOC,Fenlock , GERWAH PSV2009, KTR401,MAV 1008,RFN7015.,Ringspann RLK401,Ringblok 1810,TOLLOK TLK451, TAS3015./3015.1,
Keyless Locking Device also contact as below
4. Taper Spannbuchsen,
five. Taper Lock,
6. Keyless Locking Device,
7. Keyless Locking Assembly,
eight. Keyless Shaft Locking System,
9. Keyless Shaft Hub Locking Unit,
ten. Keyless Bushings,
eleven. Keyless Shaft Hub Relationship,
12. Clamping Sleeve,
13. Clamping Element,
14. Clamping Collar,
fifteen. Clamping Bush,
sixteen. Clamping Units,
17. Clamping Set,
18. Clamping Energy Lock,
19. Cone Clamping Factor,
twenty. Shaft Clamping,
21. Shaft Repairing,
22. Shaft Correcting Cone Clamping Component,
23. Conical clamping rings,
24. Shaft Lock Clamping Aspect,
twenty five. Shaft Clamping Element,
26. Shaft Clamping Collar,
27. Shaft Locking System,
28. Shaft Hub Relationship,
29. Shaft Hub Locking Gadget,
thirty. Shaft Hub Locking Assembly,
31. Shaft Lock,
32. Silted Clamping Component,
33. Shaftlock Clamping Factor,
34. Locking Assembly,
35. Locking Bushes,
36. Locking Rings,
37. Rigid Shaft Coupling,
38. Rigid Shaft Coupler,
39. Rigid Ring Block,
forty. Ring Shaft Lock,
41. Ringblock Locking Assemblies,
42. Equipment Wheel Connection,
forty three. Zinc Plated Locking Products,
forty four. Nickel Plated Locking Assembly,
forty five. Mechanical Locking Unit,
forty six. Mechanical shaft lock,
forty eight. External Locking Assembly,
49. Slender Hub Link for Sprockets,
50. Shrink Disc,
51. Brake Disc,
fifty two. Shrink Disk,
fifty three. External Locking Assembly Mild Obligation,
fifty four. Shrink Discs Normal Obligation,
fifty five. Shrink Disks Weighty Obligation,
fifty six. Smart-Lock Schrumpfscheibe,
fifty seven. Smart-Lock Shrink Disc,
fifty eight. Bearing Adapter Sleeve,
59. Lock Nut,
60. Power NUT,
61. Electrical power Website link,
62. Shaft Self-Lock Ring Nut,
sixty three. Nickel Plated Locking Units,
sixty four. Zinc Plated Locking products,
65. Stainless Steel Locking Units.
How to Choose the Right Shaft Collar
A shaft collar is a small, inexpensive machine component that serves a variety of purposes in power transmission. It is most commonly used in gearboxes and motors. It can serve as a mechanical stop, bearing face, or locating component. Its simple design makes it easy to install. Here are some of the most common types and their functions.
Shaft collars are an important part of many mechanical systems. These devices hold mechanical components on a shaft and also help mount shafts on flat surfaces. They are available in many different styles, sizes, and materials. Selecting the right shaft collar is essential in preventing damage to components. Stafford Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of shaft collars and other related mechanical components, can help you choose the right one for your application.
There are two main types of shaft collars. The first is the Heavy Duty type. It has a larger outer diameter and wider opening. While this may seem to increase holding power, the problem with that is that it can reduce the amount of space the collar has on the shaft. On the other hand, the Thin Line type is similar, but is made with smaller outer diameters. Another type is the Threaded Bore shaft collar. These shaft collars offer exceptional axial holding power, and are designed to protect threaded shafts without causing any damage.
A shaft collar has many uses and is typically used in industrial applications. It can act as a spacer and to stop shaft movement in reciprocating applications. It can also be used to align and position parts of automation machinery.
There are several different types of shaft collars. These components are critical for a variety of applications, and their design plays a large role in the performance of the resulting product. To select the most appropriate collar, designers must consider several factors, including the style, material, bore size, and geometry of the shaft. Many manufacturers provide performance data, and users can contact them for assistance.
There are many different types of shaft collars, which make it important to understand how each one works and what applications they can serve. Fortunately, shaft collars are easy to install and require little maintenance. Whether you need to secure industrial railings or position medical equipment, shaft collars are a versatile component that can be tailored to meet your needs.
One type of shaft collar is the locking collar. This type of shaft collar has a threaded end that is designed to mate with spindle bearings. They offer an increased TIR than standard shaft collars and allow for precise preload control. They also feature slots for spanner wrenches.
Shaft collars come in a variety of sizes. You can get a small diameter shaft collar for small equipment, or a large diameter shaft collar for larger equipment. Both styles are made from solid steel, and they come in several thicknesses. You can choose between one-half inch and six-inch collars, depending on your needs.
There are no specific standards for shaft collars, but most manufacturers have similar designs. They’re either single-point faced or double-split, and can be fine or coarse threaded. They’re often used as mechanical stops, bearing faces, or as locating components. Their bore is either fine or coarse, and their outside diameter and width are determined by the shaft diameter.
Shaft collars are commonly found in mechanical and automation equipment. These ring-shaped devices hold motor components, sprockets, and bearings in place. They also allow them to be adjusted and positioned precisely. A shaft collar is often used to connect the end of a shaft to a mechanical stop.
Another type of shaft collar is called a set collar. It has a recessed area for a screw to bite into a shaft. These collars are perfect for holding sprocket hubs, bearings, and spacers. They can also be used as a rigid coupling.
When choosing a shaft collar, consider its intended application and cost. Some shaft collars are very expensive while others are quite affordable. Choose one that meets the needs of your assembly. If you’re using the shaft collar infrequently, a clamp style or a set screw style may be a better choice. Then, you can easily adjust or disassemble it with just a few tools. If you’re using it more frequently, choose a two-piece shaft collar.
The material of the shaft collar is also an important consideration. Steel and stainless steel are common choices. While both materials are strong and durable, steel tends to have better holding power. However, aluminum shaft collars are lighter and provide better strength-to-weight ratio. The type of material you choose depends on the amount of corrosion protection you need, and whether you’ll need the collar to resist extreme temperatures. If the shaft collar is going to be used in a hot environment, you may want to go with a titanium collar.
There are many different sizes and types of shaft collars. The type of collar you choose depends on the specific application and the system it’ll be used in. Consider the dimensions of your shaft, the material of the shaft, and the length of the shaft to find the right fit. If you’re not sure what size you need, ask a manufacturer for help.
Placement on shaft
In some applications, the placement of the shaft collar can be critical to the overall performance of the machine. The collar’s design must take many factors into account, including material, style, bore size, and shaft geometry. If a user is uncertain of the proper placement of their collar, they should refer to the manufacturer’s website for guidance.
While shaft collars may look simple, they’re actually essential mechanical components that are used in almost every type of machinery. Despite their ubiquitous use in every industry, they are often underappreciated due to their complexity. Many people aren’t aware of their importance or the various types of collars available. This shaft collar guide will provide detailed information to help you find the right shaft collar for your specific application.
The surface treatment of the shaft collar is another important factor that contributes to its holding power. The most common treatment is a black oxide finish. This finish enhances screw torque while preserving the frictional properties of the bore. This finish can be further optimized by applying light oil to the screw. Zinc plating is also a good option for shaft collars. This material offers better corrosion resistance, but can reduce holding power.
A clamp style shaft collar is a simple and effective tool for securing shafts in machine tools. Its two-piece design allows for quick and easy positioning adjustments and has greater holding power than set screw collars. In addition, its friction-based connection maintains ease of use and prevents shaft damage. This type of collar is also more corrosion resistant than set screw collars.
There are several different types of shaft collars, including single and double split collars. Single-piece clamp collars are anchored into the shaft with a single tangential screw, whereas double-piece collars are anchored to the shaft with two socket cap screws. The latter type provides more stability and axial holding power and is suitable for rotating assemblies. A single or double-piece clamp collar can also be threaded to allow for precise positioning along the shaft. Its internal threads also provide enhanced support for high axial loads and act as a positive mechanical stop.
There are different types of shaft collars, each with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. A set-screw collar may be preferred over a clamp-style shaft collar, but it’s not the only choice. A set-screw collar can severely mar the shaft and can prevent fine adjustments. However, it is a good idea to use the torque wrench when tightening a shaft collar.
Zinc plated shaft collars are available in a variety of sizes. They are precision machined from cold finished steel bar stock and zinc plated for corrosion resistance. They are also very attractive. They are made in the USA. Whether you need a zinc-plated shaft collar for a simple repair or a more complicated installation, Lovejoy has the right solution for your needs.
The CZPT MSP-12-FZ two-piece shaft collar has a 12mm bore, 28mm OD, and 11mm width. Its clamp style design allows you to easily install and remove the shaft collar. It is easily adjustable and is stamped with the CZPT name.
editor by czh 2023-02-03