Recca03 shaft clamping rings are made up of only two tapered rings and they require minimal radial space, thus providing a compact assembly and the ability to clamp the shaft in a small space. Enable use within small hub diameter. This design provides maximum design versatility, but requires the customer to provide their own thrust ring assembly. As each unit provides only low torque transmission, they can be combined (up to 4 units) to increase torque capacity. When fully clamped, these units provide good air tightness. There are many different designs of thrust rings, the sketch on the left shows two typical designs, these units are not self-centering and therefore require an external method to center the hub.
|Shaft Clamping Rings RECCA 03 Feature||RECCA 03|
|Min. radial dimensions||Y|
|Rapid maintenance and assembly||Y|
|Shaft install tolerance||H6/H8|
|Hub install tolerance||H7/H8|
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Shaft clamping ring connects one or two components parts solidly to the drive shaft, which allows motion to be transmitted or to withstand an axial thrust. Friction connection enables gaps to be eliminated, thereby ensuring greater precision of the keyed components without requiring high precise tolerances. The thrust cones develop a pressure between the shaft and the hub by tightening clamping screws, which is capable of transmitting much higher torques than conventional keyway connection. The easy assembly and disassembly features give users many advantages, leading to further cost-saving. Suitable to connect any type of hub including flywheels, chain wheels, gears, levers, pulleys, eccentrics, couplings, etc.