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February 2, 2021

FHDFS Style Floating Shaft Couplings
The FHDFS Style coupling includes two flex-rigid couplings and a single floating shaft. The coupling is provided using the rigid hubs outboard unless of course otherwise specified. The coupling comes with exposed bolts only.
Capabilities
Flex Hubs for prolonged daily life
Typical 20° pressure angle
Heat handled bolts for higher strength
Corrosion resistant bolts and nuts for ease of servicing
Accommodates parallel and angular misalignment
Elimination of center assembly enables forease of servicing devoid of repositioning machinery
Rigid hubs outboard allows for bigger shaft diameters
Intended for high-torque low-speed applications that come about in mill operations
Ordering Facts
Application: Driver and Driven.
Sort and dimension of coupling, horizontal, vertical and so on.
Energy: Motor horspower or torque necessity.
Pace: Motor RPM or Driven RPM.
Distance concerning shaft ends (BSE).
Connecting tools shaft sizes.
Specify which hubs are for being utilized to the products (Rigid or Flex).
Rigid hubs might be used on the tools except if otherwise specified.
Length of floating shaft could impact max angular misalignment.

FMM Type Mill Couplings
The FMM Type coupling consists of one regular flex hub, one universal straight bored hub as common, two sleeves and one accessory kit. This coupling is provided with exposed bolts as typical. Shrouded bolts are available upon request by way of size 5.5.
Characteristics
For lengthy lifestyle
Standard 20° pressure angle
Heat handled bolts for better strength
Corrosion resistant bolts and nuts for ease of upkeep
Presents parallel, angular misalignment and finish float
Flex Half coupling interchangeable with field requirements
Extended Universal Hub supplied to consumer specifications with straight or tapered bores
Ordering Data
Application: Driver and Driven.
Sort and dimension of coupling, horizontal, vertical and so on.
Electrical power: Motor horspower or torque necessity.
Velocity: Motor RPM or Driven RPM.
Distance between shaft ends (BSE).
Shaft sizes.
Taper per foot and length of taper if tapered bore is required.
Specify counterbore dimensions if preferred.
Submit a drawing if readily available.