CZPT Keyless Locking Devices are used in rotating machinery, producing clamping pressure between surface of locking device and shaft to create adjustable and releasable mechanical connection, so as to clamp gears, pulleys and other components to a shaft without threads or keys.
Raw materials available in:
l Steel C45E,
l Steel 42CrMo4V
l Stainless Steel AISI431,
l Stainless Steel AISI304
1. Connect hubs solidly to shafts
2. Easy installation and disassembly
3. High torque transmission
4. Long lifetime and easy maintenance
5. Low notching effect
6. Reduction of wear and tear of expensive machine components
Ubet Machinery provides types of Keyless Locking Devices, which are interchangeable with many European and American brands. High quality always comes the first.
Ubet Keyless Locking Device KLD-1 Medium torque, not self-centering, Medium surface pressures, No axial hub movement, flexible use, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8; socket head locking screw DIN912-12.9. The most popular type of all KLD Locking Device, CZPT Connection; the slotted design of the double tapered rings enables relatively high mounting tolerance, The large taper angles are not self-locking and facilitate the release of the connection.
KLD-1 Interchange with Z2,BIKON 4000,BEA BK40,BONFIX CCE2000,Challenge 01,Chiaravalli RCK40,CONEX A, Fenlock FLK200,ITALBLOCK CN210,KTR100,KINLOK LOK30,KBS40,KANA 200,MAV 2005,POGGI CAL-A,RFN7012,Ringspann RLK200,Ringblok 1120,SIT 1,SATI KLGG,TOLLOK TLK200,Tsubaki AS,TAS3571,V-Blok VK400,Walther CZPT MLC 1000,Fenner Drive B-Loc B400,LoveJoy SLD1500, FX10,OKBS40,DRIVELOCK40
Ubet Keyless Locking Assembly KLD-2 Medium torque, self-centering, small cross section, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8; Socket head locking screw DIN912-12.9
Self-centering with excellent concentricity; the small outer diameter is space-saving and suitable for small wheel diameters; the spacer ring between the outer flange and the hub maintains the fitting position in the axial direction to enable exact positioning without a shaft collar; the push-off threads in the outer flanges are used for dismantling.
KLD-2 Interchange with Z11,BIKON 8000,BEA BK80,BONFIX CCE1000,Challenge 02,Chiaravalli RCK80,CONEX B,7110 ECOLOC, Fenlock FLK110,GERWAH PSV2571.1,ITALBLOCK CN55,KTR250,KINLOK LOK10,KBS80,MAV 5061,POGGI CAL-B,RFN7110,Ringspann RLK110,Ringblok 1100,SIT 3,SATI KLCC,TOLLOK TLK110,Tsubaki TF,V-Blok VB800B,Walther CZPT MLC3000,Fenner Drive B-Loc B800,LoveJoy SLD1900, FX20,OKBS80,DRIVELOCK80
Ubet Locking Elements KLD-3
Low torque, Medium surface pressure, Taper rings only, Low axial and radial dimensions
This clamping set is self-centering with excellent concentricity. The extremely small outer diameter is space-saving and suitable for small wheel diameters. The spacer ring between the outer flange and the hub maintains the fitting position in the axial direction to enable exact positioning without a shaft collar. The push-off threads in the outer flanges are used for dismantling.
KLD-3 Interchange with Z1,BIKON 5000,BEA BK50,BONFIX CCE3000,Challenge 03 Chiaravalli RCK50,CONEX C,Fenlock FLK300,ITALBLOCK CN31,KRT150,KINLOK LOK80,KBS50,KANA 300,MAV 3003,POGGI CAL-C,RFN8006,Ringspann RLK300,Ringblok 1060,SIT 2,SATI KLNN,TOLLOK TLK300,Tsubaki EL, ,Walther CZPT MLC 2000,Fenner Drive B-Loc B112,LoveJoy SLD350, FX30,OKBS50,DRIVELOCK50
Ubet Mechanical Locking Device KLD-4
High torque, self-centering, medium surface pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8; socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9
KLD-4 Interchange with Z3,BIKON 7000A,BEA BK70,BONFIX CCE4000,Challenge 04,Chiaravalli RCK70,CONEX D,7004 ECOLOC, Fenlock FLK130,GERWAH PSV2007,ITALBLOCK CN54/N,KTR200,KINLOK LOK20A,KBS70,MAV 6901,POGGI CAL-D,RFN7013.0,Ringspann RLK130,Ringblok 1300.1,SIT 5A,SATI KLDA,TOLLOK TLK130,V-Blok VK700, FX40,OKBS70,DRIVELOCK70
Ubet Shaft Hub Connection KLD-5
Medium torque, reduced length, medium self-centering, High surface pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8; socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9
Suitable for narrow, disk-shaped wheel hubs. Self-centering and self-locking in the clamping state.
KLD-5 Interchange with Z3B,BIKON 1003,BEA BK13,BONFIX CCE4100,Challenge 05,Chiaravalli RCK13,CONEX DS,7003 ECOLOC, Fenlock FLK132,GERWAH PSV2006,KTR203,KBS13,KANA 201,MAV 1062,POGGI CAL-DS,RFN7013.0, Ringspann RLK132,Ringblok 1710,SIT 6,SATI KLAA,TOLLOK TLK132,TAS3003, V-Blok VK160,Walther CZPT MLC 5006,LoveJoy SLD1750, FX41, OKBS13, DRIVELOCK13.
Ubet Shaft Locking Device KLD-6
Medium torque, self-centering, Low surface pressure, No axial hub movement, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8; socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9
KLD-6 Interchange with Z13,BIKON 7000B,BEA BK71,BONFIX CCE4500,Challenge 06,Chiaravalli RCK71,CONEX E,7007 ECOLOC, Fenlock FLK131,GERWAH PSV2007.3,ITALBLOCK CN54/S,KTR201,KINLOK LOK20B,KBS71,MAV 6902,POGGI CAL-E,RFN7013.1,Ringspann RLK131,Ringblok 1300.2,SIT 5B,SATI KLDB,TOLLOK TLK131,Tsubaki KE,V-Blok VK700.1,Walther CZPT MLC5000B, FX50,OKBS71,DRIVELOCK71
Ubet Clamping Power Lock KLD-7
Medium torque, reduced length, High surface pressure, No axial hub movement, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8; socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9; Simultaneous Connection of Chain Sprocket
KLD-7 Interchange with Z8,BIKON 1006,BEA BK16,BONFIX CCE4600,Challenge 07,Chiaravalli RCK16,CONEX ES,7006 ECOLOC,Fenlock FLK133,GERWAH PSV2006.3,ITALBLOCK CN9/4,KTR206,KBS16,KANA 201,MAV 1061,POGGI CAL-ES,RFN7013.1,Ringspann RLK133,Ringblok 1720,SATI KLAB,TOLLOK TLK133,Tsubaki AE,TAS3006,V-Blok VK130,Walther CZPT MLC 5007,LoveJoy SLD1750, FX51,OKBS16,DRIVELOCK16
Ubet Shrink Disc KLD-14
High torque, No axial hub movement, High speed application, preferred solution for coupling hub and hollow shaft gearbox, DIN931-10.9 screw; Smart-Lock Shrink Disc, Narrow Hub Connection for sprockets, connect hollow and CZPT shafts frictionally and backlash-free.
KLD-14 Interchange with Z7B,BEA BK19,BONFIX CCE8000,Challenge 14,Chiaravalli RCK19,CONEX SD, Fenlock FLK603, ,KTR603,KBS19,MAV 2008,RFN4071,Ringspann RLK603,Ringblok 2200,SATI KLDD,TOLLOK TLK603, Tsubaki SL, ,Walther CZPT MLC 9050,Fenner Drive B-Loc SD10,LoveJoy SLD900, FX190,OKBS19,DRIVELOCK19
Ubet Locking Assembly KLD-15
High torque, self-centering, Low-medium surface pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8; socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9
KLD-15 Interchange with BEA BK15, Challenge 15,Chiaravalli RCK15,CONEX EP, Fenlock FLK134,KBS15 ,MAV 3061,Ringspann RLK134,SATI KLBB,TOLLOK TLK134, FX52,DRIVELOCK15
Ubet Locking Bushes KLD-16
Medium torque, Reduced length, Medium self-centering, High surface pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8; socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9
KLD-16 Interchange with BONFIX CCE4900,Challenge 16,CONEX L,KTR225,KBS52,SATI KLHH, FX120
Ubet Ball Bearing Adapter Sleeve KLD-17
Low torque, Short Length, Not self-centering, Low surface pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8
KLD-17 Interchange with BEA BK25, Challenge 17, KBS51, SATI KLFC, FX80
Ubet Bearing Adapter Sleeve KLD-17.1
Low-medium torque, self-centering, low surface pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8
KLD-17.1 Interchange with Z19B, BEA BK26,Challenge 21,Chiaravalli RCK55, Fenlock FLK250,KTR125,KBS55, POGGI CAL-L,Ringspann RLK250,Ringblok 1500, SATI KLFF,TOLLOK TLK250
Ubet Shaft Clamping Collar KLD-18
Low-medium torque, Short Length, self-centering, low surface pressure, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8, socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9
This clamping set is self-centering and suitable for extremely small shaft diameters. It transfers average to large torques
KLD-18 Interchange with BEA BK61,Chiaravalli RCK61,7002 ECOLOC ,GERWAH PSV2061,KTR105,KBS61,MAV 7903,SATI KLSS, Walther CZPT MLC 5050, FX350,OKBS61,DRIVELOCK61
Ubet Clamping Device KLD-19
very high torque, self-centering, medium surface pressure, no axial hub movement, machining tolerance shaft H8, hub H8, socket head Locking screw DIN912-12.9
This clamping set is self-centering with excellent concentricity. The extremely small outer diameter is space-saving and suitable for small wheel diameters. The spacer ring between the outer flange and the hub maintains the fitting position in the axial direction to enable exact positioning without a shaft collar.
KLD-19 Interchange with Z12A,BIKON 1012,BEA BK11,BONFIX CCE9500,Challenge 19,Chiaravalli RCK11,CONEX F,7005 ECOLOC,Fenlock FLK400,GERWAH PSV2005,ITALBLOCK CN911,KTR400,KINLOK LOK40,KBS11,MAV 4061,POGGI CAL-F,RFN7015,Ringspann RLK400,Ringblok 1800,SIT 4,SATI KLEE,TOLLOK TLK400,Tsubaki AD,TAS3012,V-Blok VK112,Walther CZPT MLC 4000/MLC 7000,Fenner Drive B-Loc B112,LoveJoy SLD2600, FX60,OKBS11,DRIVELOCK11
Locking Device KLD-33 interchange with Z4, RFN7014
Locking Device KLD-34 interchange with Z5,BIKON 1015.0/1015.1, 7009 ECOLOC,Fenlock ,GERWAH PSV2009, KTR401,MAV 1008,RFN7015.0,Ringspann RLK401,Ringblok 1810,TOLLOK TLK451,TAS3015.0/3015.1,
Keyless Locking Device also call as below
4. Taper Spannbuchsen,
5. Taper Lock,
6. Keyless Locking Device,
7. Keyless Locking Assembly,
8. Keyless Shaft Locking Device,
9. Keyless Shaft Hub Locking Device,
10. Keyless Bushings,
11. Keyless Shaft Hub Connection,
12. Clamping Sleeve,
13. Clamping Element,
14. Clamping Collar,
15. Clamping Bush,
16. Clamping Devices,
17. Clamping Set,
18. Clamping Power Lock,
19. Cone Clamping Element,
20. Shaft Clamping,
21. Shaft Fixing,
22. Shaft Fixing Cone Clamping Element,
23. Conical clamping rings,
24. Shaft Lock Clamping Element,
25. Shaft Clamping Element,
26. Shaft Clamping Collar,
27. Shaft Locking Device,
28. Shaft Hub Connection,
29. Shaft Hub Locking Device,
30. Shaft Hub Locking Assembly,
31. Shaft Lock,
32. Silted Clamping Element,
33. Shaftlock Clamping Element,
34. Locking Assembly,
35. Locking Bushes,
36. Locking Rings,
37. Rigid Shaft Coupling,
38. Rigid Shaft Coupler,
39. Rigid Ring Block,
40. Ring Shaft Lock,
41. Ringblock Locking Assemblies,
42. CZPT Connection,
43. Zinc Plated Locking Devices,
44. Nickel Plated Locking Assembly,
45. Mechanical Locking Device,
46. Mechanical shaft lock,
48. External Locking Assembly,
49. Narrow Hub Connection for Sprockets,
50. Shrink Disc,
51. Brake Disc,
52. Shrink Disk,
53. External Locking Assembly Light Duty,
54. Shrink Discs Standard Duty,
55. Shrink Disks Heavy Duty,
56. Smart-Lock Schrumpfscheibe,
57. Smart-Lock Shrink Disc,
58. Bearing Adapter Sleeve,
59. Lock Nut,
60. POWER NUT,
61. POWER LINK,
62. Shaft Self-Lock Ring Nut,
63. Nickel Plated Locking Devices,
64. Zinc Plated Locking devices,
65. Stainless Steel Locking Devices.
Specific Safety Precautions When Working with Shaft Couplings
Working with shaft couplings involves handling rotating machinery and mechanical components. To ensure the safety of personnel and prevent accidents, specific safety precautions should be followed during installation, maintenance, and operation:
1. Lockout-Tagout (LOTO):
Prior to any work on machinery involving couplings, implement a lockout-tagout procedure to isolate the equipment from its power source. This ensures that the machinery cannot be accidentally energized during maintenance or repair, protecting workers from potential hazards.
2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including safety goggles, gloves, and appropriate clothing, when working with shaft couplings. PPE helps protect against potential hazards such as flying debris, sharp edges, or contact with moving parts.
3. Proper Training and Supervision:
Only trained and authorized personnel should work with shaft couplings. Ensure that workers have the necessary knowledge and experience to handle the equipment safely. Adequate supervision may be required, especially for less-experienced personnel.
4. Inspection and Maintenance:
Regularly inspect shaft couplings and associated components for signs of wear, damage, or misalignment. Address any issues promptly to prevent equipment failure and potential accidents.
5. Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines:
Adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines for installation, operation, and maintenance of the specific coupling model. Improper use or deviation from recommended procedures may compromise safety and void warranties.
6. Avoid Overloading:
Do not exceed the torque and speed limits specified by the coupling manufacturer. Overloading a coupling can lead to premature failure and pose safety risks to operators and nearby equipment.
7. Shaft Guards and Enclosures:
Install appropriate guards and enclosures to prevent accidental contact with rotating shafts and couplings. These safety measures help reduce the risk of entanglement and injuries.
8. Zero Energy State:
Ensure that all stored energy in the equipment, such as compressed air or hydraulic pressure, is released and the equipment is in a zero energy state before starting work.
9. Avoid Loose Clothing and Jewelry:
Remove or secure loose clothing, jewelry, and other items that could get caught in moving parts.
10. Maintain a Clean Work Area:
Keep the work area clean and free from clutter to avoid tripping hazards and facilitate safe movement around the machinery.
By following these safety precautions, personnel can minimize the risks associated with working with shaft couplings and create a safer working environment for everyone involved.
Do Shaft Couplings Require Regular Maintenance, and if so, What Does it Involve?
Yes, shaft couplings do require regular maintenance to ensure their optimal performance, extend their service life, and prevent unexpected failures. The maintenance frequency may vary based on factors such as the coupling type, application, operating conditions, and the manufacturer’s recommendations. Here’s what regular maintenance for shaft couplings typically involves:
1. Visual Inspection:
Regularly inspect the coupling for signs of wear, damage, or misalignment. Check for cracks, corrosion, and worn-out elastomeric elements (if applicable). Look for any abnormal movement or rubbing between the coupling components during operation.
If the shaft coupling requires lubrication, follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for the appropriate lubricant type and frequency. Lubrication helps reduce friction, wear, and noise in the coupling.
3. Alignment Check:
Monitor shaft alignment periodically. Misalignment can lead to premature coupling failure and damage to connected equipment. Make adjustments as needed to keep the shafts properly aligned.
4. Torque Check:
For bolted couplings, periodically check the torque on the bolts to ensure they remain securely fastened. Loose bolts can lead to misalignment and reduce coupling performance.
5. Replace Worn Components:
If any coupling components show signs of wear or damage beyond acceptable limits, replace them promptly with genuine replacement parts from the manufacturer.
6. Environmental Considerations:
In harsh environments with exposure to chemicals, moisture, or extreme temperatures, take additional measures to protect the coupling, such as applying corrosion-resistant coatings or using special materials.
7. Monitoring Coupling Performance:
Implement a monitoring system to track coupling performance and detect any changes or abnormalities early on. This could include temperature monitoring, vibration analysis, or other condition monitoring techniques.
8. Professional Inspection:
Periodically have the coupling and connected machinery inspected by qualified professionals to identify any potential issues that may not be apparent during regular inspections.
By adhering to a regular maintenance schedule and taking proactive measures to address potential issues, you can ensure that your shaft couplings operate reliably and efficiently throughout their service life, minimizing downtime and improving overall system performance.
What is a Shaft Coupling and Its Role in Mechanical Power Transmission?
A shaft coupling is a mechanical device used to connect two shafts together at their ends, allowing for the transmission of mechanical power from one shaft to another. It serves as an essential component in various machinery and industrial applications where rotational motion needs to be transmitted between two shafts that are not perfectly aligned or are separated by a distance.
The role of a shaft coupling in mechanical power transmission includes the following:
1. Power Transmission:
The primary function of a shaft coupling is to transmit power from a driving shaft to a driven shaft. When the driving shaft rotates, the coupling transfers the rotational motion to the driven shaft, enabling the driven equipment to perform its intended function.
2. Misalignment Compensation:
In real-world applications, it is often challenging to achieve perfect alignment between two shafts due to manufacturing tolerances or dynamic conditions. Shaft couplings are designed to accommodate different types of misalignment, such as angular, parallel, and axial misalignment, allowing the equipment to function smoothly even when the shafts are not perfectly aligned.
3. Vibration Damping:
Shaft couplings can help dampen vibrations and shocks caused by uneven loads or sudden changes in the operating conditions. This vibration damping feature protects the connected components from damage and contributes to the overall system’s reliability.
4. Overload Protection:
In some cases, a shaft coupling can act as a safety device by providing overload protection. When the connected machinery experiences excessive torque or shock loads, certain types of couplings can disengage or shear to prevent damage to the equipment.
5. Torque and Speed Conversion:
Shaft couplings can be designed to provide torque and speed conversion between the driving and driven shafts. This allows for adaptation to different operating conditions and varying torque requirements in the connected machinery.
6. Flexible Connection:
Shaft couplings with flexible elements, such as elastomeric inserts or flexible discs, provide a flexible connection that can absorb shocks and misalignments. This flexibility helps reduce stress on the connected equipment and extends its lifespan.
Overall, shaft couplings are essential components in mechanical power transmission systems, enabling the efficient transfer of rotational motion between shafts while accommodating misalignments and providing protection against overloads and vibrations. The selection of the appropriate coupling type and design depends on the specific requirements of the application, including the type of misalignment, torque capacity, and operating conditions.
editor by CX 2023-09-01