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Flexible Coupling Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of flexible coupling manufacturers and suppliers. Find flexible coupling companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture flexible couplings to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top flexible coupling manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the flexible coupling companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of flexible torque couplings, flexible rotary equipment, and flexible mechanical couplings of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Bloomingdale, IL 630-980-1133

    As the exclusive North American marketing, sales, engineering and manufacturing partner of several world class European manufacturers, DieQua offer a broad range of premium quality power transmission and motion control components designed exclusively to enhance the performance of your machine designs. These include quality manufactured flexible couplings among more quality products.

  • Freeport, NY 888-260-7466

    As a leading manufacturer and distributor of precision mechanical components and assemblies, Ondrives.US has a vast inventory of flexible couplings with customization options available. Industries served include food and beverage, aerospace, medical, and more. At Ondrives.US, it is our mission to offer cost effective solutions, expert service, competitive pricing, and timely delivery for all of our products.

  • Downers Grove, IL 630-852-0500

    Resistant to oils, grease and many solvents our shaft couplings are the product that you have been searching for! All of our products are made of only the highest quality materials to ensure that they will last through all demanding applications. Our products will not let you down when it comes to excellent value and durability. We will have our staff work with you in order to find the coupling that will fit your requirements exactly. Contact us today for more information!

  • Marlborough, MA 800-225-4234

    Ruland’s carefully made shaft collars, rigid shaft couplings & zero backlash motion control flexible shaft couplings, including beam, Oldham & bellows couplings, are available in both inch & full-metric dimensions. Our line has expanded to include metric shaft collars, metric rigid couplings & step bore rigid couplings. For 70 years, we have supplied custom-made products to meet special needs.

  • Alpena, MI 989-356-2187

    For over 40 years, Magnaloy has been designing and manufacturing superior flexible couplings for a variety of customers around the world, such as those of the industrial, automotive and marine industries. The current core business is focused on complete assembly for various applications. Please contact Magnaloy today with any questions you may have.

  • Winsted, CT 800-545-7301

    Custom orders are the norm for us. We manufacture shaft couplings and shaft collars — jaw couplings; set collars; single and double split collars and threaded collars. These shaft couplings and collars are made in aluminum, steel (cold rolled or stainless) and nickel. They can also be nonmagnetic or metric.

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Flexible Couplings

A flexible coupling provides mechanical power in the form of torque to pieces of rotary equipment. They must perform three major functions: efficiently transmit mechanical power directly from one shaft to another while maintaining constant velocity, compensate for misalignment with minimum power loss and without inducing high stress and allow for axial movement of either shaft without creating excessive thrust on the other.

Flexible couplings are most commonly made out of stainless steel and aluminum. Stainless steel protects against corrosion and increases torque capacity and strength, and aluminum is a lighter and less expensive option. The material used for the coupling depends on the type of coupling and its purpose. Flexible shaft couplings are cylindrical in shape, and specific details vary depending on the different types and their functions. Flexible couplings have many applications. For example, they are used to connect drive shafts in automobiles and they isolate driveline vibration, propeller pulse, and gear chatter in motorized boats. Other industrial applications include use in printing machines, paper making machines, roll forming machines, hydraulic pumps, blowers, compressors, and wind turbines. Industrial sectors such as mining, quarrying, mineral processing, metal manufacture, cement and power generation also utilize flexible couplings for various purposes.

Most flexible couplings are characterized as belonging to one of three main categories: mechanical, elastomeric and metallic. Flexible couplings are identified by the degree and method of flexibility they offer. Mechanical flexible couplings are made of loosely fitted parts that are able to move past each other, often by a sliding and rolling action. They maintain high torsional rigidity and allow a considerable degree of angular misalignment; however, they require occasional maintenance and lubrication. Examples of mechanical couplings include jaw/spider couplings, Oldham couplings, and servo couplings. Elastomeric flexible couplings use a resilient material such as plastic or rubber to transmit torque between two metallic hubs. A few advantages of this coupling are the high vibration dampening, shock absorption abilities, and toleration of a high degree of misalignment. They are also inexpensive and of lighter weight than mechanical couplings and require no lubrication. One popular elastomeric coupling is the bellows coupling.   Metallic membrane flexible couplings obtain flexibility through the bending of a membrane within the coupling and generally do not allow offset misalignment. Metallic membrane couplings require low maintenance and no lubrication; however, these couplings may be more expensive than mechanical flexible couplings. Other general types of flexible couplings include bushed pin, universal, resilient and disc couplings.

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