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New ServoClass® Model 55 Coupling Announced By Zero-Max – Provides Low Inertia, High Torsional Stiffness And Zero Backlash

Nov 20, 2017

Plymouth, Minnesota: The new ServoClass Coupling Model 55 is available in both single and double flex models.  Providing high torsional stiffness with low inertia, these ServoClass couplings are designed to handle high speed reversing loads and precise positioning requirements in today’s demanding servomotor applications.

            The new Model 55 in single and double disc models handles bore diameters from 0.4375 in. (10mm) to 1.125 in. (30 mm). These new ServoClass couplings are lightweight and are designed with 304 stainless steel disc packs and high strength aluminum hubs and center members. All models and sizes feature clamp style hubs with corrosion resistant socket head cap screws. All materials are RoHS compliant.

            As a better choice over bellows and beam style couplings, Zero-Max ServoClass couplings perform reliably in 24/7 servomotor applications. When the application cycle becomes faster, they outperform beam couplings, which are subject to wind up, and bellows couplings, which have a fragile design. Proof of their superiority is in their operating specifications available on the Zero-Max website.

            Fourteen sizes of standard off-the-shelf ServoClass couplings are now available in both inch and metric sizes. These couplings are ideal for applications in automation, packaging, semi-conductor assembly, laboratory automation, and for most products that use ball screws and servomotors.

            For complete operating specifications, 3D CAD files, sizing software, and dimensional information, see at www.zero-max.com

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