sealed bearing coupling feature for
Schmidt Offset Couplingsincorporate needle bearings with internal
micro-poly lubrication. There are no lube fittings making for a cleaner
provide precision for parallel offset shafts, and transmit constant angular
velocity and torque in a wide range of parallel shaft misalignments. They are
used in a variety of machine applications such as printing, embossing, paper
converting, pharmaceutical and automated assembly systems.
in design, the couplings keep out contaminants and foreign matter, enabling the
couplings to be used in less than ideal operating environments.
Offset couplings are designed to handle high amounts of parallel offset up to
17 inch and are available with torque capacities up to 459,000 inch-lb. They
impose no side loads on shafts or bearings and eliminate radial shaft
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