» Easy to Install
» Maintenance Free
» No Lubrication
» Dampens Vibration and Controls Shock
» Torsionally Soft
» Double Engagement
The S–Flex coupling design is comprised of three parts. Two flanges with internal teeth engage an elastomeric flexible sleeve with external teeth. Each flange is attached to the respective shaft of the driver and driven and torque is transmitted across the flanges through the sleeve. Misalignment and torsional shock loads are absorbed by shear deflection in the sleeve. The shear characteristic of the S–Flex coupling is very well suited to absorb impact loads.
The S–Flex coupling from jbj Techniques offers combinations of flanges and sleeves which can be assembled to suit your specific application.
Thirteen sizes are available with torque capabilities that range from 60 in-lbs (6.78 Nm) to 72,480 in-lbs (8189 Nm).
The S–Flex flanges are offered in five models which are made from zinc die cast or cast iron. Sleeves are available in EPDM rubber, Neoprene, or Hytrel® to address a wide variety of application requirements.
J Type — Zinc Die Cast and Cast Iron, Bore Range … 9.525 mm to 36.5 mm
S Type — Cast Iron, Bore Range … 12.7 mm to 139.7 mm
B Type — Cast Iron with bushing.
SC Type — Cast Iron Spacer.
T Type — Cast Iron with Taper-lock bushing.
SCH Type — Powdered Metal or Cast Iron, Standard Length.
SCHS Type — Powdered Metal or Cast Iron, Short Length.
JE (EPDM) 1–piece solid.
JES (EPDM) 1–piece split.
JN (Neoprene) 1–piece solid.
JNS (Neoprene) 1–piece split.
E (EPDM) 2–piece with retaining ring.
N (Neoprene) 2–piece with retaining ring.
H (Hytrel) 1–piece.
HS (Hytrel) 2–piece split.
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