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|Description||LF250 ELE HTR W/HDWR 60A DURO|
|Material||High Temperature Rubber (HTR)|
|Bore Type||Element w/ Hardware|
|Thread (Dimension T)||M20|
|Length thru Bore||3.030 in100.00 mm|
|Dimension HD||6.299 in160.00 mm|
|Max. Bore (Dimensions ID1/ID2) - Flanged Hubs||5.000 in130.00 mm|
|Cubic inches||542.44393 in³|
|Normal Temperature Range||-40 to 194 ºF|
|Nominal Torque||26500.00 in·lb3000.00 N·m|
|Max. Torque||77400.00 in·lb8750.00 N·m|
|Allowable Continuous Vibratory Torque||11000.00 in·lb1250.00 N·m|
|Max. Speed||3000 rpm|
|Max. Angular Misalignment||2.00 º|
|Max. Parallel Misalignment||0.080 in2.00 mm|
|Wind-Up Angle at Nominal Torque||3.00 º|
|Wind-Up Angle at Max. Torque||7.50 º|
|Dynamic Torsional Stiffness||67000.00 Nm/rad|
|Dynamic Torsional Stiffness||592900.00 in·lb/rad|
|Static Angular Stiffness||600.00 in·lb/deg68.00 Nm/deg|
|Static Axial Stiffness||6570.00 lb/in1150.00 Nm/deg|
|Static Radial Stiffness||23400.00 lb/in4100.00 Nm/deg|
Torsional Element Specifications
There are two different rubber element materials available, High Temperature
Rubber (HTR) and Neoprene (CR). Both elements are torsionally soft and
are placed into compression during assembly. Rubber under compression
can carry up to 5 times the amount of torque as non-compressed elements.
The elements effectively accommodate shock, misalignment, and vibration
plus minimize harmful radial and axial forces on the connected equipment.
Neoprene (CR) is used in environments that are hostile to High Temperature
Available Durometer Hardness:
- 50, 60 (Shore A scale)
Operating Temperature Range:
- HTR: -40° to 194° F
- CR: -40° to 175° F
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