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TEA Machine Components Inc

Engineering Component & Linear Motion Specialists

 Phone: 1-804-342-0004      Fax: 804-342-0006     Email:

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Jaw (Spider) Couplings

Jaw (Spider) Couplings

Spider jaw type (Spidex) couplings are characterized by high torque capacity, light weight and low mass moments of inertia.

Spider couplings are torsionally flexible and designed for positive torque transmission, and they are fail-safe. Operational vibrations and shocks are efficiently dampened and reduced, and two congruent coupling halves with concave claws on the inside are peripherally offset in relation to one another by half a pitch. They are designed to enable an involute spider to be located between them.

These couplings are capable of compensating for axial, radial and angular displacements of the shafts that are connected. The maximum torsion angle amounts to 5°, and they can be fitted, both horizontally and vertically.

These coupling are customized to each application for our customers, below are the options available to you.

COUPLING HUBS
Design Type: “A” Hub- Tapered Hub / “B” Hub- Straight Hub

Materials for Hubs: Powdered Metal, Aluminum, Steel, and Cast Iron

Sizes: from 14 - 180

Optional keyways and set screws available

Bores: Most available in solid, rough stock bore (dimple) or a minimum and maximum depending on your application.

SPIDER INSERTS
Spider Material: Polyurethane
Spider Colors and Uses:

                                Yellow:   92 Shore- General and Hydraulic Applications

                                Red:       95/98 Shore- High Torque Requirements

                                Blue:      80 Shore- Good Dampening properties

                                Green:    64 Shore – High Humidity Environments

 

WHEN ASKING FOR A QUOTE PLEASE LET US KNOW THE FOLLOWING:

(DATA SHEETS AVAILABLE IF NEEDED)

  1. Type of Hub- “A” or ”B” Hub
  2. What Material?
  3. What Size?
  4. If a keyway and/or a setscrew is needed?
  5. What the bore size is for each coupling hub?
  6. What color insert you need?