All EPT shaft collars, including quick-clamping collars, are solo point faced to make sure perpendicularity and proper alignment. This critical manufacturing stage assures exact shaft collar confront to bore relationship leading to correct component positioning on the shaft and actually pressure on interfaced elements.
Quick-clamping shaft collars from EPT are made of high quality metal with type-II sulfuric anodized finishes, with a cast aluminium china dark-colored finish about the collar and a gold finish about the clamping lever for added visibility. Aluminium collars are corrosion resistant, lighter than various other metals, possess low inertia and have nonmagnetic properties. All EPT goods are RoHS and REACH compliant. Available regular sizes for the quick-clamping shaft collars will be 0.375” to at least one 1.5” in the ” series and 8 mm to 38 mm in the metric series.
This EPT two-piece clamping shaft collar is made from black oxide steel. This is a two-piece clamping shaft collar for applications requiring a more robust holding power and larger axial load potential than setscrew or one-part clamping collars. The two-piece style separates into two halves, allowing installation or repositioning everywhere on the shaft without disturbing existing ingredients. It accommodates a larger variety of shaft diameters than setscrew collars and is effective on both hard and gentle shafts. It is manufactured from steel for weldability and rust resistance with a black oxide complete for a attractive appearance and resistance to white corrosion, chipping and flaking, and stick-slip of the screw during torqueing, enhancing the collar’s grasp on the shaft. Dark-colored oxide also provides moderate corrosion resistance and increased lubricity. This collar includes forged socket-mind cap screws for securing the collar onto the shaft. The working temperatures because of this collar range from -40 to 176 degrees C (-40 to 350 degrees F). This shaft collar is suitable for use in various applications, including in the automotive industry to situate components in automobile ability steering assemblies, the making industry to locate pieces on a conveyor belt program, and the hobby craft sector to hold tires on axles in remote control vehicles, among others.
Allows assembly / disassembly on and off the shaft without the need to remove other ancillary pieces. Clamps firmly set up when tightened to the shaft. Ideal for positioning components such as bearings or sprockets onto shafts.
The position is easily adjusted when fitted onto a shaft. Clamps firmly in place once tightened to the shaft. Ideal for positioning parts such as for example bearings or sprockets onto shafts.
The double split shaft collar manufactured from steel browned (clamp collar) is simple to mount. The shaft collars do not harm the shaft. They are also insensitive to exterior forces and vibrations and distribute the keeping forces evenly over the whole shaft circumference.
Clamp-style and establish screw shaft collars from Grainger can be indispensable to power transmission. They are able to hold bearings and sprockets on shafts, situate components in engine and gearbox assemblies and serve as mechanical stops. A two-part clamping shaft collar can easily wrap around a hard or gentle shaft without marring. Established screw collars work with a cup point socket arranged screw to lock onto a gentle or predrilled shaft.
The collar clamping mechanism works quickly and proficiently with simple side opening of the integral clamping lever, positioning the collar on the shaft, and closing the lever flush with the outer surface area of the collar. The look of the cam on the lever and the mating machined area on the collar assure a tight fit with a maximum axial load of 35 to 120 lbs / 133 to 489 N depending on the collar bore size. In situations where higher holding electricity is normally or clamp axial load is necessary, the quick-clamping collar is not the recommended choice. EPT offers a total type of industry-leading one-piece and two-piece shaft collars created for these applications.