During the installation process, the overheated Curved-tooth Gear Couplings needs to be hammered to make it tightly penetrate the shaft after being lifted and installed on the shaft. In this process, the Curved-tooth Gear Couplings is not easy to be lifted when it is overheated, and it is easy to damage the surface of the Curved-tooth Gear Couplings when hammering the overheated Curved-tooth Gear Couplings. In the process of selecting the Curved-tooth Gear Couplings, the main part is to see the elasticity and toughness of the intermediate elastomer diaphragm. The diaphragm is generally made of stainless steel without special requirements. The clearance between the connector and the Curved-tooth Gear Couplings will not only affect the product damage life, but also bring the transmission performance of the entire equipment. The Curved-tooth Gear Couplings will also cause noise.
During the operation of mechanical equipment, if the transmission parts move back and forth, the friction will be brought, especially the prominent friction will double the damage to the connecting pad. If the Curved-tooth Gear Couplings works reliably, good lubrication can effectively reduce wear. Most of them are lubricated with lubricating oil. Now the lubricating oil needs to be filtered by high-precision oil filter; The tooth surface requires continuous lubrication, otherwise the temperature of the tooth surface will rise and water and dirt will accumulate; The oil sump shall be machined in the outer gear shaft hole, and the oil hole connected with the oil sump shall be drilled at the bottom of the outer gear tooth slot to make it fully lubricated.
The Curved-tooth Gear Couplings has good balance performance and is suitable for high speed applications, but it can not handle large deviation, especially axial deviation. Large eccentricity and deflection angle will produce greater bearing load than other servo Curved-tooth Gear Couplingss. If the elastic spacer is damaged or fails, the torque transmission will not be interrupted. At the same time, the metal claws of the two shaft sleeves mesh together to continue to transmit the torque. The misalignment of the Curved-tooth Gear Couplings will still produce additional forces and additional moments on the rotor and bearing system, and these additional forces will often bring serious consequences. The radial position difference and angular error are two aspects of the coaxiality of the two connecting shafts.