RUPEX has different sizes that can be used at high speeds and also to transmit high torques up to about 270,000 newtons per meter. Pin shaft couplings (Ropex) consist of two main parts: Cast iron body made of gray cast iron Steel pins and flexible rubber bumpers To see how to choose the coupling and the relevant tables, click on the link of Pinney Mill Coupling Flanders.

One of the features of this model of couplings is its conical pin and barrel rubber. According to the figure below:

Flandrey pinney shaft coupling

Rupex coupling rubber due to its spherical or barrel shape, as well as 80 to 85 salinity, which is considered according to the Flanders standard, as well as the presence of a spacer inside the tire, can compensate for misalignment in the angular, radial and axial directions, as well as shock absorption. has it . The conical pin of the Rupex coupling makes it much easier to remove the coupling, which we recommend that Rupex couplings with conical pins should be used in large sizes and also in places where it is difficult to move and remove the coupling pins. It is possible to change the tires in the shortest possible time (due to the stoppage of the production line, which is very important) and also simply (without the need for heavy hammer blows). Due to the use of pin shaft couplings with cylindrical pins when there is a need to change tires, due to the fact that hard hammer blows are required to remove the pins, it should be noted that these blows lead to the widening of the hole. in which the pin is placed and sometimes it leads to the breaking of the coupling
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