China Standard Gfc-14X22 Type Aluminum Alloy Flexible Coupling Bore Shaft Coupling Jaw Coupling shaft threaded both ends

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GFC-14X22 Type Aluminum Alloy Flexible Coupling Bore Shaft Coupling Jaw Coupling

 

Description of GFC-14X22 Type Aluminum Alloy Flexible Coupling Bore Shaft Coupling Jaw Coupling

model parameter common bore diameter d1,d2 ΦD L LF LP F M tightening screw torque
(N.M)
GFC-14X22 3,4,5,6,6.35 14 22 14.3 6.6 5.0 M2.5 1.0
GFC-20×25 3,4,5,6,6.35,7,8,9,9.525,10 20 25 16.7 8.6 5.9 M3 1.5
GFC-20X30 3,4,5,6,6.35,7,8,9,9.525,10 20 30 19.25 8.6 5.9 M3 1.5
GFC-25X30 4,5,6,6.35,7,8,9,9.525,10,11,12 25 30 20.82 11.6 8.5 M4 2.5
GFC-25X34 4,5,6,6.35,7,8,9,9.525,10,11,12 25 34 22.82 11.6 8.5 M4 2.5
GFC-30×35 5,6,6.35,7,8,9,10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16 30 35 23 11.5 10 M4 2.5
GFC-30X40 5,6,6.35,7,8,9,10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16 30 40 25 11.5 10 M4 2.5
GFC-40X50 6,8,9,10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24 40 50 32.1 14.5 14 M5 7
GFC-40X55 6,8,9,10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24 40 55 34.5 14.5 14 M5 7
GFC-40X66 6,8,910,11,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24 40 66 40 14.5 14 M5 7
GFC-55X49 10,11,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32 55 49 32 16.1 13.5 M6 12
GFC-55X78 8,10,12,12.7,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32 55 78 46.4 16.1 19 M6 12
GFC-65X80 14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32,35,38,40 65 80 48.5 17.3 14 M8 20
GFC-65X90 14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32,35,38,40 65 90 53.5 17.3 22.5 M8 20
GFC-80X114 19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32,35,38,40,42,45 80 114 68 22.5 16 M8 20
GFC-95X126 19,20,22,24,25,28,30,32,35,38,40,42,45,50,55 95 126 74.5 24 18 M10 30

 

model parameter Rated torque
(N.M)*
allowable eccentricity
(mm)*
allowable deflection angle
(°)*
allowable axial deviation
(mm)*
maximum speed
rpm
static torsional stiffness
(N.M/rad)
moment of inertia
(Kg.M2)
Material of shaft sleeve Material of shrapnel surface treatment weight
(g)
GFC-14X22 5.0 0.1 1 ±02 10000 50 1.0×10-6 High strength aluminum alloy Polyurethane imported from Germany Anodizing treatment 10
GFC-20X25 5.0 0.1 1 ±02 10000 50 1.0×10-6 15
GFC-20X30 5.0 0.1 1 ^02 10000 53 1.1×10-6 19
GFC-25X30 10 0.1 1   10000 90 5.2X10-6 33
GFC-25X34 10 0.1 1 £)2 10000 90 5.2×10-6 42
GFC-30X35 12.5 0.1 1 ±02 10000 123 6.2×10-6 50
GFC-30×40 12.5 0.1 1 102 10000 123 6.2×10-6 60
GFC-40X50 17 0.1 1   8000 1100 3.8×10-5 115
GFC-40X55 17 0.1 1 ±02 8000 1100 3.8×10-5 127
GFC-40X66 17 0.1 1   7000 1140 3.9×10-5 154
GFC-55X49 45 0.1 1 ±02 6500 2350 1.6×10-3 241
GFC-55X78 45 0.1 1 102 6000 2500 1.6×10-3 341
GFC-65X80 108 0.1 1 ±02 5500 4500 3.8×10-3 433
GFC-65X90 108 0.1 1 ±02 5500 4800 3.8×10-3 583
GFC-80X114 145 0.1 1 £)2 4500 5000 1.8×10-3 1650
GFC-95X126 250 0.1 1 ±02 4000 5000 2.0×10-3 1000

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Standard Or Nonstandard: Standard
Shaft Hole: 10-32
Torque: >80N.M
Bore Diameter: 2-60
Speed: 5500-19000
Structure: Flexible
Customization:
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How do screw jacks ensure controlled and synchronized movement in multi-jack systems?

Screw jacks are capable of ensuring controlled and synchronized movement in multi-jack systems through various mechanisms and techniques. These systems are commonly used in applications where multiple screw jacks need to work together to lift or position a load. Here’s how screw jacks achieve controlled and synchronized movement in multi-jack systems:

  • Mechanical Synchronization: Screw jacks can be mechanically linked in a multi-jack system to ensure synchronized movement. This can be achieved through the use of rigid couplings, connecting rods, or gear mechanisms that interconnect the input shafts of individual screw jacks. As a result, when one screw jack is operated to lift or lower the load, the mechanical linkage transfers the motion to the other screw jacks, causing them to move in sync. This ensures that all jacks contribute proportionally to the load and maintain a consistent lifting height.
  • Electrical Synchronization: In addition to mechanical synchronization, screw jacks can also be electrically synchronized in multi-jack systems. This is typically achieved through the use of motorized screw jacks controlled by a centralized control system. Each motorized screw jack is equipped with position sensors or encoders that provide feedback on their current position. The control system receives this feedback and adjusts the motor speed and direction for each screw jack to ensure synchronized movement. Electrical synchronization enables precise control and allows for adjustments to be made dynamically, compensating for any variations in load distribution or environmental conditions.
  • Load Sharing Mechanisms: In multi-jack systems, load sharing mechanisms can be employed to distribute the weight evenly among the screw jacks. Load sharing mechanisms can include load sensors or load cells that measure the individual loads on each jack. The control system then adjusts the lifting force applied by each screw jack to ensure equal distribution of the load. This prevents overloading of any individual jack and promotes balanced movement in the system.
  • Position Feedback and Control: Screw jacks in multi-jack systems can be equipped with position feedback devices, such as linear encoders or limit switches, that provide information on the position of the load. This feedback is used by the control system to precisely control the movement of the screw jacks, ensuring that they reach and maintain the desired positions. By continuously monitoring the position feedback, the control system can make adjustments to keep the jacks synchronized and maintain the desired level of control.
  • Control System Integration: A centralized control system can be used to integrate and coordinate the operation of multiple screw jacks in a multi-jack system. This control system can utilize programmable logic controllers (PLCs) or computer numerical control (CNC) systems to manage the movement, synchronization, and safety aspects of the screw jacks. The control system enables precise control, real-time monitoring, and the implementation of safety features, enhancing the overall performance and reliability of the multi-jack system.

By employing these mechanisms and techniques, screw jacks ensure controlled and synchronized movement in multi-jack systems. These systems find applications in various industries, such as heavy lifting, material handling, and industrial automation, where precise positioning and synchronized operation are critical requirements.

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How do screw jacks enhance the efficiency of tasks like machinery assembly?

Screw jacks play a significant role in enhancing the efficiency of tasks like machinery assembly. They offer several advantages that contribute to smoother and more efficient assembly processes. Here are some ways in which screw jacks enhance efficiency:

  • Precise Positioning: Screw jacks provide precise and controlled positioning, allowing for accurate alignment and assembly of machine components. The threaded screw mechanism enables incremental adjustments, enabling precise positioning and alignment during the assembly process. This precision helps ensure that components fit together correctly, reducing the need for rework or adjustments after assembly.
  • Flexible Lifting and Lowering: Screw jacks allow for controlled lifting and lowering of heavy machine components during assembly. By adjusting the screw jack’s height, operators can position the components at the desired elevation, making it easier to align and attach them. The ability to fine-tune the lifting and lowering process enhances efficiency by reducing manual effort and simplifying the assembly tasks.
  • Load Distribution: Screw jacks distribute the load evenly across multiple jacks or support points, providing stability during machinery assembly. This load distribution helps prevent excessive stress on individual components and ensures that the weight is properly supported. By maintaining stability and load distribution, screw jacks contribute to efficient and safe assembly processes.
  • Height Adjustment: Screw jacks allow for height adjustment of machinery during assembly, enabling operators to align components at the optimal working height. This adjustability is particularly beneficial when assembling large or complex machinery, as it provides ergonomic advantages for the operators. Working at the correct height reduces fatigue and improves productivity, ultimately enhancing the efficiency of the assembly process.
  • Modularity and Versatility: Screw jacks are often designed with modularity in mind, allowing them to be easily integrated into various assembly setups. They can be combined with other components such as mounting plates, couplings, or motorized systems to create customized assembly solutions. This modularity and versatility enable efficient adaptation to different assembly requirements and facilitate the integration of screw jacks into existing assembly processes.
  • Automation Integration: Screw jacks can be integrated into automated assembly systems, improving efficiency by reducing manual labor and increasing the speed of assembly processes. With appropriate motorization and control systems, screw jacks can be synchronized and operated in conjunction with other automated machinery, streamlining the assembly workflow and reducing cycle times.

By providing precise positioning, flexible lifting and lowering, load distribution, height adjustment, modularity, versatility, and automation integration, screw jacks significantly enhance the efficiency of tasks like machinery assembly. They contribute to smoother operations, improved productivity, and better overall assembly quality.

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How do screw jacks convert rotary motion into linear motion?

Screw jacks convert rotary motion into linear motion through the interaction between a threaded shaft, known as the screw, and a nut that engages with the screw’s threads. When the screw is rotated, it moves the nut along its threads, resulting in linear displacement. Here are the key steps that explain how screw jacks convert rotary motion into linear motion:

  • Threaded Shaft: The screw in a screw jack is a threaded shaft with helical grooves running along its length. The threads can be either square or trapezoidal in shape. The pitch of the screw refers to the distance traveled along the screw’s axis for each complete revolution.
  • Nut Engagement: The nut is a component that engages with the screw’s threads. It is typically a cylindrical or rectangular block with a threaded hole that matches the screw’s threads. The nut is free to move linearly along the screw’s length when the screw is rotated.
  • Rotary Motion: To convert rotary motion into linear motion, an external force is applied to rotate the screw. This force can be generated manually by turning a handle, using an electric motor, or employing hydraulic or pneumatic systems.
  • Linear Displacement: As the screw is rotated, the nut moves along the screw’s threads, causing linear displacement. The direction and magnitude of the displacement depend on the rotational direction and the pitch of the screw. Clockwise rotation typically results in upward linear displacement, while counterclockwise rotation leads to downward displacement.
  • Mechanical Advantage: Screw jacks provide a mechanical advantage due to the pitch of the screw. The pitch determines the distance traveled per revolution. By increasing the pitch or using multiple-start threads, the linear displacement achieved per rotation can be increased, allowing for the lifting or lowering of heavier loads with relatively less rotational effort.
  • Self-Locking: One important characteristic of screw jacks is their self-locking ability. The friction between the screw and the nut helps to maintain the position of the load once the rotational force is removed. This means that screw jacks can hold loads in position without requiring continuous power or external braking mechanisms.

In summary, screw jacks convert rotary motion into linear motion by rotating a threaded screw, which in turn moves a nut linearly along the screw’s threads. The pitch of the screw determines the linear displacement achieved per revolution, and the self-locking nature of the screw and nut interface helps maintain the position of the load without the need for additional mechanisms.

China Standard Gfc-14X22 Type Aluminum Alloy Flexible Coupling Bore Shaft Coupling Jaw Coupling   shaft threaded both endsChina Standard Gfc-14X22 Type Aluminum Alloy Flexible Coupling Bore Shaft Coupling Jaw Coupling   shaft threaded both ends
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