Shaft Couplings

Shaft couplings are compensating couplings designed for the play-free and conformal transfer of torques. They have high torsional stiffness and a low moment of inertia.

For more than 30 years, ENEMAC's metal bellows couplings have proven themselves to be especially successful in this application. However, if attributes such as vibration damping or electrical insulation are more important in a particular application area, ENEMAC's jaw or oldham couplings are an interesting alternative.

ENEMAC also meets the requirements at both extremes of the shaft coupling market, by manufacturing a range of different miniature coupling variants and also heavy duty multi-plate couplings.

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Shaft Couplings

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Metal bellows couplings:

  • for torques up to 4,000 Nm
  • for speeds up to 30,000 -1rpm (on request, finely balanced for higher speeds)
  • Operating temperatures up to 350 °C
  • Stainless steel variants
  • pluggable versions

Jaw and oldham couplings:

  • vibration-damping
  • electrically insulating
  • for speeds up to 30,000 rpm

Miniature couplings:

  • metal bellows, jaw, oldham
  • for torques from 0.4 Nm
  • for shaft diameters from 3 mm

Multi-plate couplings:

  • Heavy duty application
  • single- or double-engagement for torques up to 65,000 Nm

Distance Couplings:

  • length up to 6 m
  • for torques between 10 and 1,600 Nm
  • metal bellows or jaw coupling
  • operating temperatures up to 350 °C
  • stainless steel version