Shaft- & flywheel couplings

Shaft couplings
In addition to transferring engine power, the key function of shaft couplings is to connect two rotating shafts running at the same speed. These shafts are capable of accommodating axial, radial and angular misalignment, as well as handling vibrations and shock loads. Executions: rigid, flexible, elastic and super-elastic. If required, Stemin can also supply couplings with the following certificates: ATEX, API-610 and API-671. Torque [TkN] up to 1.000.000 Nm.

Flywheel couplings
A flywheel coupling connects the flywheel of a combustion engine to a shaft. This type of coupling can also accommodate axial, radial and angular misalignment, as well as handling (torsional) vibrations and shock loads. Executions: flexible, elastic and super-elastic. Torque [TkN] up to 25.000 Nm.

FEATURES – Shaft & Flywheel Couplings

  • provide protection against and enable axial, radial, angular and torsional errors
  • minimise the effects of torque surges (impact loads)
  • dampen vibrations, in particular torsional vibrations

Rigid
couplings

This type of coupling does not allow the correction of alignment errors and is also torsional ... [ read more ]

Torsionally stiff couplings

This type of coupling allows the correction of alignment errors to a limited degree, although it is still torsional ... [ read more ]

Elastic
couplings

This type of coupling comprises elastic elements which may deform. It allows the correction of both axial-, radial- and torsional-alignment errors, and is also elastic in terms of direction of ... [ read more ]

Super elastic couplings

This type of coupling comprises super elastic elements which may deform. It allows the correction of both axial, radial and torsional alignment errors, as well as handling (torsional) vibrations ... [ read more ]