Taperlock Bushes, Weld Hubs & Shaft Locking
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Taperlock bushes are tapered, non-flanged, split bushings that utilise screws to tighten them to the shaft, thus providing excellent clamping force. These bushes are utilised on pulleys, sprockets, couplings and other associated items to increase the clamping force over standard bored-to-size products that only use a keyway and set screw to lock onto the shaft.
Taperlock bushes have a bore diameter from 10mm or ⅜” up to 125mm or 5″, through a series of 16 different taperlock sizes.
CBS carry a range of products (sprockets, pulleys, couplings etc..) that are used in conjunction with taper lock bushes.
Weld On Hubs
A range of industry standard weld on hubs with a shoulder and toleranced outer diameter is available to provide an easy and convenient way to weld a machined hub into parts such as fan rotors, pulleys, sprockets, impellers and other devices to allow firm location on a shaft by means of a taper lock bush.
Self Locking Assemblies
Self Locking Assemblies provide reliable, high strength keyless connections by converting locking screw clamp loads into radial contact pressures applied simultaneously to both the shaft and the bore of the mounted component. The resulting zero-backlash mechanical interference fit will accommodate high torque, thrust, bending and/or radial loads, and unlike other mounting technologies will never wear or pound out, even for high cycle fluctuating or reversing loads.
When the Locking Units bolts are tightened plates engage with both the shaft and the inside circumference of the driven component. The locking assembly distributes the applied pressure evenly. No keyways or grubscrews are required with this device.