Today, jaw couplings
are some of the most used types of flexible couplings. The design of jaw couplings comprises two hubs with each featuring two or more protrusions that point towards the hub. When the two hubs come together, the jaws mesh loosely to transmit torque.Because jaw couplings are flexible and designed to dampen vibrations and noise reduction, the hubs mesh a block of elastomeric material referred to as spider. The spider and hub material are crucial to determining the torque and vibration dampening capability of the coupling. Some of the common materials used to design jaw coupling hubs to deliver varying torque capabilities include aluminum, steel, cast iron, and sintered steel. Because jaw couplings are of different sizes, it is important to go for the design that matches your system needs. To see the full list of hubs including L100 HUB 25MM 8X3.3MM KW and L095 HUB 3/4 3/16X3/32 KW, and select the ideal options for you, make sure to visit our page.