One-Piece Clamping Style Shaft Fixing Collar
|FOB Price:||US $1.2 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||5 Pieces|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|5 Pieces||US $1.2/ Piece|
|Transport Package:||Wooden Cases|
- Model NO.: 2SC-02 DS, 1SC-15SP, MSC - 38F
- Material: Steel 1045, S45c, C45e
- Manipulate Way: Forced Manipulation
- Toothed Portion Shape: Spur Gear
- Type: Circular Gear
- Stainless Steel: Ss304
- Clamping Type Collar: One-Pice; Two-Piec
- Specification: 2SC-02 DS, 1SC-15SP, MSC - 38F
- HS Code: 8483900000
- Application: Industry
- Hardness: Hardened
- Manufacturing Method: Cut Gear
- Changes Way: Stepped
- Steel: Bluish Zinc Coating
- Set Screw Type: Round Bore
- Trademark: Ubet Machinery
- Origin: China
Ubet shaft collar is a simple but important machine component. It is widely used in many power transmission applications, such as motors and gearboxes.
Ubet offers types of shaft collars:
l Set Screw Type
l Threaded shaft collar
l One-piece Clamping Type
l Two-piece Clamping Type
Set screw shaft collars are the most effective when used on a shaft made of a material which is softer than the set screw.
Threaded shaft collars offer the same quality and benefits of smooth bore Collars, meanwhile providing additional features. Threaded collars provide axial holding power which is superior to smooth bore collars, while offering easier installation and adjustment than solid ring locking devices.
One-piece shaft collars wrap around the shaft for even distribution of clamping forces. This results in a tight fit and greater holding power, without the shaft damage caused by set screws. Clamp collars are easy to remove, indefinitely adjustable, and work well on virtually any shaft.
Two-piece shaft collars offer the same benefits as one-piece shaft collars with additional versatility and convenience. The split design is easily installed and disassembled, reducing labor and downtime when adjustment, removal, or replacement is necessary. These clamping forces provide the collar with a holding power superior to one-piece and set screw shaft collars.