Lubricated Flexible Couplings

Flexible couplings are designed to transmit torque from one shaft to another. This is accomplished while compensating for some radial, axial and angular misalignment. They can accommodate varying degrees of angular misalignment and some parallel misalignment. In addition, flexible couplings can also be used for vibration damping or noise reduction. Flexible couplings are designed to transmit torque from one shaft to another. This is accomplished while compensating for some radial, axial and angular misalignment. They can accommodate up to a few degrees of angular misalignment and some parallel misalignment.

Chain couplings offer a rugged yet lightweight and economical method for connecting two shafts.
A grid coupling consists of two flanged hubs with slots or grooves in the flanges, connected by a serpentine mechanical flexible element.
Jaure offers the widest range of gear couplings, with no limit in sizes. These meet the needs of the most demanding applications.
Jaure® gear spindles are specially designed for mill applications. Specifically, mill applications where driving and driven components are necessarily misaligned. Also where the type of service dictates a changeable amount of misalignment.
The barrel coupling consists of a sleeve and a hub having same tooth profiles. A series of hardened steel cylindrical barrels are inserted in the holes formed by this hub and sleeves toothing to act as power transmission elements.
KOP-FLEX® offers the widest array of gear coupling products in the industry. Every type of KOP-FLEX® gear coupling has specific features related to performance, interchangeability, and price.