A flexible coupling is a coupling that allows for separate axial displacement of the rotor and allows for a certain deviation in the alignment of two connected rotors. Flexible coupling refers to the ability to compensate for the relative deviation of the axis of the two connected shafts. A mechanical component used to connect two shafts (driving and driven) in different mechanisms to rotate together to transmit torque. In high-speed and heavy-duty power transmission, some couplings also play a role in buffering, reducing vibration, and improving the dynamic performance of the shaft system. The coupling consists of two halves, which are respectively connected to the driving shaft and the driven shaft. Most power machines are connected to the working machine through couplings.
Flexible coupling without elastic elements: including Roller chain coupling, drum gear coupling, SWC type integral fork head cross shaft universal coupling, SWP type split bearing block cross shaft universal coupling, SWZ type integral bearing block cross shaft universal coupling, WS type cross shaft universal coupling, WSD type cross shaft universal coupling, ball cage synchronous universal coupling, ball hinge universal coupling, spherical roller coupling for drum Slide coupling.
Non metal elastic element flexible coupling: including elastic sleeve pin coupling, Quincunx elastic coupling pin coupling, radial elastic pin coupling, elastic pin tooth coupling, core elastic coupling, tire coupling, elastic ring coupling, elastic block coupling, H-shaped elastic block coupling, polygonal rubber coupling, saddle block elastic coupling.
Metal elastic element flexible coupling: including diaphragm coupling, serpentine spring coupling, corrugated pipe coupling, elastic pipe coupling, diaphragm coupling, and spring coupling.