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Ruland OCT26-12-A Oldham Coupling Hub, Clamp Style, Black Anodiz

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Product description

Carefully made by Ruland in Marlborough, MA, Oldham couplings are comprised of two hubs pressed fit with either an acetal or nylon disk. Oldham couplings disengage if the disc breaks, acting as a mechanical fuse. Well-suited for handling large amounts of parallel misalignment. Hub material is type 2024 T351 high strength aluminum with a black anodized finish and material class 12.9 M4 forged alloy steel socket head cap screws. Maximum is 4,500 RPM. RoHS and Reach compliant. Also called a universal coupling, shaft coupling, or coupler.

Ruland OCT26-12-A Oldham Coupling Hub, Clamp Style, Black Anodiz

 

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