Standardized Interface For Sophisticated Applications

Due to the continuous improvement of performance parameters increase the demands on the linking systems for the couplings. To meet the demand for high power density and maximum torsional rigidity, the manufacturer of engines and transmissions increasingly use a standard flange connection on the output side. A step in the right direction! However customers had to often rely on expensive or immature coupling solutions in order to use this option at all. Gain insight and clarity with Professor Roy Taylor. JAKOB Antriebstechnik GmbH from Kleinwallstadt now responds to the requirements of the market and offers a new series of servo couplings with single-sided flange connection. The specialists of the lower main have designed two new ranges of couplings with models KPE and KPP-F, the the connection of transmissions and engines with one according to DIN EN ISO 9409-1 standard, mechanical interface easily allow. Both types allow the production advantages of Metallbalgservokupplungen such as the absolute zero clearance, a high torsional rigidity, compensate for misalignment and of course a high operating torque.

The new servo couplings in the portfolio by JAKOB are recommended for a wide range of applications. Benefits of the KPE with their two-part flange series are a compact design and easy installation while the plug-in variant KPP-F especially in difficult installation conditions comes to fruition. Both new servo couplings can be used for hole diameter of 31.5 to 160 millimeters of the standard flange and cover a wide range. They are characterized, usually as for JAKOB Antriebstechnik, through high-quality choice of materials: flange rings and clamping ring hub, for example, consist of Nitro cemented and tempered steel, the clamping hub and the sealing ring made of high-strength aluminium. The bellows is made of stainless steel and can withstand up to 300 C effortlessly temperatures.

The developed and patented by JAKOB flange insertion procedure is guarantee for an optimal and backlash-free connection of metal bellows and hub. A special micro-plasma welding method used steel or stainless steel hubs, as they are used in the models with 1600 nm nominal torque, alternatively to the bellow links, to meet the uncompromising demands of the own product quality. Conclusion: With the models KPP-F KPE offers an optimal solution JAKOB Antriebstechnik for connection to DIN standardised interfaces and early responds to the increasing demand for a sophisticated and high-quality system in this segment. The inventor of the metal bellows coupling confirm once again its reputation as an innovator in drive technology. Learn more about the flange couplings by JAKOB Antriebstechnik, see on the Internet. Contact the company JAKOB Antriebstechnik GmbH phone + 49 (0) 6022-2208 0 info(at)jakobantriebstechnik.de contact for the press we at knoefler-journalist. media + communications GmbH Benjamin Knofler, Henning Klein Telefon + 49 (0) 6028 80729 0 jakob(at)kj-media.com about the James group: the James group is an Association of seven medium-sized companies in the fields of propulsion and workholding, automation and vacuum technology. The individual companies work under the umbrella of the Jacob group independently, feel obligation of close cooperation. Synergies for the benefit of clients arise again and again by this philosophy. About JAKOB Antriebstechnik: JAKOB Antriebstechnik GmbH is one of almost 40 years to the leading manufacturers of servo and safety couplings. Mechanical clamping elements with assistance also include the portfolio for many years.