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Flywheel Coupling Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of flywheel coupling manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top flywheel coupling manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find flywheel coupling companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture flywheel couplings to your companies specifications. Then contact the flywheel coupling companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of flywheel shafts, absorbing vibration couplings, flywheel coupling rotations, or customized flywheel couplings of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Bloomingdale, IL 630-980-1133

    When it comes to shaft couplings, DieQua has the best in the business. We specialize in manufacturing and supplying power transmission equipment and components. We provide a diverse range of coupling options, including flywheel, bellows, jaw, and line shaft couplings. We also provide excellent customer service as well as manufacturing and repair services! We have you covered from design to delivery! Call us or visit our website to learn more about our products and services!

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  • Freeport, NY 888-260-7466

    Since our inception over 30 years ago, Ondrives.US has been manufacturing and designing flywheel couplings that are guaranteed to last. We are proud to offer standard and custom couplings that offer high performance in even the toughest and most demanding applications. Our engineers are able to help you step by step through the design process until your product is shipped right to your door. We are ISO 9001:2015 certified. Visit our website or call to learn more.

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  • Plymouth, MN 800-533-1731

    Zero-Max® creates innovative flexible shaft couplings for motion-control applications worldwide. Products include Servo Class® Couplings, CD® Composite Disc Couplings, and Control Flex Couplings for zero backlash and high performance in difficult 24/7 servo motor applications. No other shaft coupling manufacturer has the experience and expertise that our team brings to all of our product lines.

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  • Mahwah, NJ 800-465-6297

    Mayr manufactures several variations of backlash-free shaft couplings and other power transmission products. Roba-D is our all-steel flexible coupling. Smartflex is for servo and stepper motors. Roba-DS and Roba-DX are torsionally rigid shaft couplings. Roba-ES provides vibrational damping.

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  • Erie, PA 814-480-5000

    Ameridrives Couplings is an international manufacturer of mechanical power transmission products, pioneering many improvements over the years. Complete line of coupling products includes Amerigear gear couplings & spindles, Ameriflex diaphragm couplings, Ameridisc high performance disc couplings & universal joints. We are your single source solution for Driveline Connections.

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  • Huntington Beach, CA 800-952-3539

    Rocom Corporation specializes in the manufacturing of precision and flexible shaft couplings with six short, curved, flexible beam designs. We provide high-quality products to various industries. For more information about our products and services, please call or visit our website!

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Flywheel Coupling

Flywheel couplings connect two shafts together while absorbing vibration and shock and providing a steady dampening effect. They are engine components that store energy and angular momentum, while ensuring steady shaft rotation when there is uneven torque. Flywheel couplings are necessary because some types of shafts tend to shift during operation, causing misalignment. Shaft movement is caused by bumps or vibration and it results in parallel, angular or skewed shaft misalignment.

Flywheel couplings and other flexible couplings are used in the transmission and engine of all varieties of vehicles. Flywheel couplings are either one or two piece engine components that are composed of a flange, hub and steel or aluminum housing. They are attached to a rotating shaft and smooth the delivery of the torque from the motor or engine. Flywheel couplings vary in size and weight, depending on the application and intended use. They are heavy, take up little space and are able to work efficiently and safely in temperatures from -40 to 250°F. They are mainly used within the construction and automotive industries. Construction equipment such as skid steel loaders, aerial lifts, excavators, harvesters, bucket loaders, wheeled loaders and baggage handlers all use flywheel couplings as do aerial lifts, sweepers and power mulchers.

Flywheel couplings need very little change in speed to operate correctly and are designed to carry enough energy to power a car between the firing of each cylinder. In manual transmission, a friction plate is placed between a flywheel coupling and pressure plate. This allows the engine shaft to turn the transmission. The weight and size of flywheels directly correlate with the size and weight of the vehicle. The larger, heavier truck flywheel couplings are heavier so they may store more energy and offer faster acceleration. There are many different kinds of shaft couplings. The Oldham coupling consists of three components: two hubs and a central plastic disk. It accommodates slight parallel misalignment, while providing almost zero backlash. Backlash is the amount of lost motion due to clearance or slackness when movement is reversed and contact is re-established. The bellows coupling has two hubs and a thin walled metallic bellows and can accommodate all three types of misalignment. Single beam couplings are usually made of a single piece of aluminum and have a system of spiral cuts that allow it to bend in order to accommodate angular misalignment. Multiple beam couplings consist of two to three overlapping beams that address problems of torsional rigidity.



Flywheel Coupling
Flywheel Coupling
Flywheel Coupling - Rowland Company
Flywheel Coupling - Rowland Company