Elastomer couplings are types of flexible coupling that utilize inserts designed with elastomeric polymer (commonly referred to as spider) for transferring torque. The design used for making elastomeric couplings means that the elastic materials wear faster than the metallic sections. This is important in helping you to cut cost on system maintenance and operating without requiring lubrication
. Elastomer couplings are recommended for applications that have a lot of vibrations and backlashes. The dampening attributes of elastomer couplings are caused by a spider element positioned between the two hubs
. The couplings also help to achieve the following: 1) Dampening vibrations. 2) Electrical isolation. 3) Press fit design. 4) Dampening backlash. Depending on your facility, the elastomer couplings can also help to compensate for angular, axial, and lateral misalignments. To pick the ideal elastomer coupling for your facility including E20 Omega Element and DODGE 011109 PX90 PARA-FLEX ELEMENT, make sure to visit our site.