Universal Joint

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$100.00 - $100,000.00 / Unit | 50 Unit/Units (Min. Order)
Model Number:
KL KTL KTKL KTKS
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Overview
Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Brand Name:
KCP Universal Joint
Standard or Nonstandard:
Standard
Structure:
Universal
Flexible or Rigid:
Flexible
Applicable Industries:
Manufacturing Plant, Machinery Repair Shops, Food & Beverage Factory, Farms, Retail, Construction works , Energy & Mining
Packaging & Delivery
Port
BUSAN PORT, KOREA

KCP couplings

KCP coupling is interchangeable with international major brands. Please contact us for more information.

 

 

KCP Universal Joints are considered to be one of the oldest flexible couplings.

 

The Universal Joints, in their simplest form, consist of two shaft yokes at right angles to each other and a four point cross which connects the yokes. The cross sits inside the bearing cap assemblies, which are pressed into the eyes of the yokes.

 

The modern Universal Joints have become much more complex than their simple ancestor described above. In general, industrial applications must operate continuously with high torque loads. Industrial applications demand maximum strength and life of all components, including Universal Joints.

 

Universal Joints have several unique features that make it ideal for a variety of application. The most significant of these features is the ability of the Universal Joints to operate at high misalignment angles.

 

Another key feature of Universal Joints is the design of the bearing and seal, which resists lubrication loss and contamination. This makes Universal Joints suitable for applications where harsh atmospheric conditions would prohibit the use of other couplings.

 

The Universal Joints can be used either as a single joint or in pairs. However, use of the Universal Joints as a single joint, only accommodates angular misalignment.

 

Since nearly every application requires the coupling to accommodate offset misalignment as well as angular, the Universal Joints should be used in pairs. Using the Universal Joint in pairs also corrects for any non-uniform angular velocity that can be caused by a single joint.