China Best Sales Carbon Steel Coupling for Rubber Hose

Product Description

carbon steel coupling for rubber hose

Specification:

 

PART NO THREAD E HOSE BORE DIMHangZhouONS
DN DASH A C S2
24211-04-04 9/16″×18 6 04 22.5 8.5 19
24211-04-05 9/16″×18 8 05 22.5 8.5 19
24211-04-06 9/16″×18 10 06 22.5 8.5 19
24211-06-04T 11/16″×16 6 04 23.5 10 22
24211-06-05T 11/16″×16 8 05 23.5 10 22
24211-06-06 11/16″×16 10 06 25.5 10 22
24211-06-08 11/16″×16 12 08 26 10 22
24211-08-05T 13/16″×16 8 05 25 11 27
24211-08-06T 13/16″×16 10 06 25 11 27
24211-08-08 13/16″×16 12 08 28 11 27
24211-08-10 13/16″×16 16 10 29 11 27
24211-10-08T 1″×14 12 08 29.5 11 30
24211-10-10T 1″×14 16 10 33.5 11 30
24211-10-12 1″×14 20 12 33.5 11 30
24211-12-08T 1.3/16″×12 12 08 30.5 12 36
24211-12-10T 1.3/16″×12 16 10 31.5 12 36
24211-12-12T 1.3/16″×12 20 12 33 12 36
24211-12-12 1.3/16″×12 20 12 35 12 36
24211-12-16 1.3/16″×12 25 16 36 12 36
24211-16-12T 1.7/16″×12 20 12 35 14.8 41
24211-16-14T 1.7/16″×12 22 14 34 14.8 41
24211-16-16T 1.7/16″×12 25 16 35 14.8 41
24211-16-20 1.7/16″×12 32 20 39.5 14.8 41
24211-20-16T 1.11/16″×12 25 16 35 15 50
24211-20-20W 1.11/16″×12 32 20 39.5 15 50
24211-20-24W 1.11/16″×12 40 24 39.5 15 50
24211-24-20T 2″×12 32 20 36 14.8 60
24211-24-24T 2″×12 40 24 36 14.8 60

The material  are always carbon steel, stainless steel or brass, and the material can be customized.

The surface of the ferrules are smooth, zinc plating or others customized.

Features:
High functionality
Precise design
Durable

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interlock Hose Fittings
Ferrule FERRULE for SAE100R1AT/ EN 853 1SN HOSE
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FERRULE for SAE100R2AT/DIN20571 2SN HOSE
FERRULE for SAE100R2A/EN 853 2SN HOSE
FERRULE for SAE100R1AT-R2AT,EN853 1SN-2SN and EN 857 2SC
FERRULE for 4SP,4SH/10-16,R12-06-16 HOSE
FERRULE for 4SH,R12/32 HOSE
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JIS BSP Thread 60°Cone Adapters
BSPT Thread Adapters
American Adapters ORFS Adapters JIC 74°Cone Flared Tube Adapters
NPT Thread Adapters

We carries a wide variety of hydraulic hose ferrule fittings in common size,used mainly for crimping hose fittings.More other type ferrule,fitting and hose please feel free to contact with us.
 

rubber coupling

Durometer Hardness in Rubber Coupling Materials

Durometer hardness is a measure of the material’s resistance to indentation or penetration by a specified indenter. In rubber couplings, durometer hardness is a critical characteristic that influences their performance. It is typically measured using a durometer instrument.

The durometer hardness scale commonly used for rubber materials is the Shore durometer scale, indicated by a letter followed by a numerical value (e.g., Shore A, Shore D). Lower durometer values indicate softer and more flexible rubber, while higher values indicate harder and less flexible rubber.

In relation to rubber couplings:

  • Higher Durometer (Harder Rubber): Couplings made from harder rubber materials have better torque transmission capabilities and higher load-bearing capacity. However, they may offer less vibration isolation and misalignment compensation.
  • Lower Durometer (Softer Rubber): Couplings made from softer rubber materials provide greater flexibility, vibration damping, and misalignment compensation. They are suitable for applications where vibration reduction is crucial.

The choice of durometer hardness depends on the specific requirements of the application, including torque levels, vibration, misalignment, and desired performance characteristics.

rubber coupling

Signs of Wear or Deterioration in Rubber Couplings

Rubber couplings can show signs of wear and deterioration over time due to factors like torque, temperature, and environmental conditions. To identify potential issues, watch out for the following signs:

  • Visible Cracks or Damage: Inspect the rubber element for visible cracks, tears, or physical damage. Such issues can weaken the coupling’s torque transmission and vibration damping capabilities.
  • Reduced Flexibility: Stiff or less flexible rubber indicates material degradation, which can impact the coupling’s ability to accommodate misalignment and absorb vibrations.
  • Increased Vibrations: Excessive machinery vibrations may suggest worn-out rubber couplings. Deterioration of the rubber diminishes its vibration dampening properties.
  • Unusual Noises: Any unusual sounds like squeaking or knocking might point to improper rubber coupling function and the need for inspection.
  • Altered Performance: Decline in machinery performance, such as reduced torque transmission or higher energy consumption, can indicate coupling wear.

Regular inspections, visual checks, vibration analysis, and performance monitoring can help detect wear and deterioration early. This enables timely replacement and avoids operational problems.

rubber coupling

Role of Rubber Flexibility in Accommodating Misalignment

Rubber couplings are designed with a flexible element, usually made of elastomers, that plays a crucial role in accommodating misalignment between connected shafts. The flexibility of the rubber element allows it to deform and absorb angular, axial, and radial misalignments, providing several benefits:

1. Angular Misalignment: When the input and output shafts are not perfectly aligned in terms of angle, the rubber element can flex and twist, allowing the coupling to transmit torque even when the axes are not parallel.

2. Axial Misalignment: Axial misalignment occurs when the shafts move closer together or farther apart along their axis. The rubber element can compress or extend, adjusting the distance between the shafts without hindering torque transfer.

3. Radial Misalignment: Radial misalignment refers to the offset between the centers of the shafts. The rubber element can bend in response to radial displacement, ensuring that the coupling remains operational while accommodating the offset.

This flexibility not only enables the rubber coupling to handle misalignment but also helps prevent excessive stress on the connected machinery. By absorbing shock loads and distributing forces, the rubber element reduces wear and tear on components and minimizes the risk of premature failure.

In essence, the rubber’s flexibility in the coupling acts as a buffer against misalignment-induced stresses, contributing to smoother operation, improved longevity, and reduced maintenance in mechanical systems.

China Best Sales Carbon Steel Coupling for Rubber Hose  China Best Sales Carbon Steel Coupling for Rubber Hose
editor by CX 2023-08-17