Selection Procedure for DIR, DIRA, DILR, and DILRA Disc Couplings

The DILR and DILRA Sort coupling are a direct replacement to get a floating shaft design gear coupling. The DILR/DILRA is built to make use of the hubs already within the customer’s products. The DILR drop in substitute will probably be manufactured somewhat shorter that the DBFF and shims will likely be utilised for ease of upkeep. The DILRA is adjustable applying an SLD (Shaft Locking Device) to make axial or length adjustments. Clients with many pieces of products with very similar length couplings can stock a single spare spacer that could be applied as a replacement for much more than one coupling.
In case the finish consumer needs rigid hubs be provided with the coupling, a DIR or DIRA Sort coupling will be recommended as well as the BSE (distance In between Shaft Ends) needs to be specified.
Needed Facts:
The finish user needs to be ready to provide the next information when contacting Technical Assistance:
Motor horse electrical power and pace (involve gearbox ratio ¡§C input and output).
Rigid hub sizes (when the customer is making use of existing F-Style rigid gear coupling hubs).
DBFF or distance amongst flange faces from the rigid hubs for DILR Sort.
BSE shaft separation might be specified for DIR Sort.
Shaft sizes for rigid hubs DIR and DIRA Form couplings.
For maximum bore sizes, consult with Gear Coupling Catalog pages F-Style rigid hubs.