How to install
- Inspect both shafts (driven & driving) and hub bores and comfirm they are clean and no dirty particle or burrs.
- Be sure they keys fit shafts properly.
- Mount both hubs to the shafts securing only one hub while the other side hub should be loose for minor adjustment of spacing.
- In case tapered being used, follow bushing manufaturer's instructions.
- If hub is bored for and interference fit, we recommend heating the hub in water, oil bath or an even and after heating, immediately positioning it on the shaft.
- Be careful spot heat may cuase distorition.
- Place half of the element around hubs and secure with capscrews provided.
- The element will space the other hub. It is important to have capscrew properly tightened.
- For placing proper capscrew, see the recommended cpascrew torques for proper installation below.
- Now secure the other hub to the shaft.
- Mount other half of the element to hubs.
- Tighten all capscrews to the recommended capscrew torques for proper installation below.
Recommended capscrew torques for proper installation
|Coupling Size||Bolt Size||Torque|
- A bolt having the highest tension should be used.
- Locktitle as an adhesive should be used.
- A bolt should never be used twise.
- Never treat a bolt with oil.