fluid coupling

eleven dimensions
Designs offered using couplings (Para-Flex and DGF Equipment) or V-Belt drives
Accommodates up to 4.75 inch shafts and 1400 horsepower applications
Sleek, controlled acceleration with customizable startup torques
Motor starts underneath fluid%20coupling3no load, permitting the use of regular NEMA design B motors and potentially lowerb4ing motor horsepower prerequisite
No physical link is existing, allowing for defense underneath overload situations
Widespread Industries
Air Handling
Paper & Forest
common applications
Conveyors (Bulk Substance Handling)
Any application necessitating overload protection
Any software with a large-inertia startup


Fluid coupling on Transfluid’s industrial transmission model KPTO.
A fluid coupling is made up of a few parts, in addition the hydraulic fluid:

The housing, also known as the shell[5] (which must have an oil-tight seal all around the push sfluid couplingshafts), contains the fluid and turbines.
Two turbines (fanlike elements):
A single connected to the enter shaft acknowledged as the pump or impeller,[five] principal wheel[5] input turbine
The other connected to the output shaft, acknowledged as the turbine, output turbine, secondary wheel[5] or runner
The driving turbine, known as the ‘pump’, (or driving torus[a]) is rotated by the primary mover, which is typically an inside combustion motor or electrical motor. The impeller’s movement imparts equally outwards linear and rotational motion to the fluid.