COUPLINGS TYPE MKS 2
MKS (special compensating coupling) is a common industrial coupling for units with a small axial distance between the ends of the connected shafts, insufficient to accommodate the spacers of standard couplings such as MK, MKO or MUP. It can be used in units, where previously MUVP type couplings or other couplings with elastomer liners were used.
The design feature of the MKS coupling is, that the spacer due to the increased internal diameter covers the hubs of one or both coupling halves, and provides, in this way, mutual axial removal of elastic elements packages, sufficient for effective compensating the radial displacements of the shafts.
The coupling is built on the constructive base of the MK type coupling and inherits all its properties, except for the "cartridge" type.
- Complies with the requirements of the Technical Regulations of the Customs Union TRTS 012/2011 "Equipment safety for using in explosive atmospheres"
|ISS-2 - dimensions|
|Coupling nominal size||Coupling outer diameter D, mm||The minimum distance between the ends of the shafts Sme, mm||Bore diameter of half-couplings dmax, mm||Coupling length L, mm||Transmission unit weight, kg||Coupling weight, kg|
|MKS 2-34||127||5||45||This information is determined individually by the design of the coupling after filling out the questionnaire.|
If not specified, the size of the cylindrical bore of the half couplings is made with an accuracy of H7 and the keyways Js9 are made according to DIN standards 6885.
|MKC-2 - technical data|
|Coupling nominal size||Specific power kW / 1000 rpm||Torque, Nm||Maksim. turnovers, rpm||Maksim. revolutions without balancing, rpm||Max. axial displacement||Max. radial displacement, ±мм|
|Nominal, Nm||Peak overload, Nm||± mm||Equivalent effort, n|