As one of the leading shaft collar manufacturers, suppliers, and exporters of mechanical products, We offer shaft collars and many other products.
One-Piece Shaft Collar
One-piece shaft collars wrap around the shaft for even distribution of clamping forces. This results in a tight fit and greater holding power without the shaft damage caused by set screws. Clamp collars are easy to remove, indefinitely adjustable, and work well on any shaft.
Two-Piece Shaft Collar
Two-piece shaft collars offer the same benefits as the one-piece style with additional versatility. The split design is easily installed and disassembled. The two-piece shaft collar uses the full seating torque of its forged screws to apply a uniform distribution of forces around the shaft’s circumference.
Other Shaft Collar
Shaft collars are available in various sizes, styles, and materials, such as threaded shaft collars, heavy-duty shaft collars, double-wide shaft collars, quick clamping shaft collars, Hex and D-Bore shaft collars, and so on.It can be customized according to the actual application.
Pengxin manufactures and supplies a wide range of gearboxes and motors. Every gearbox and motors are designed for specialized applications such as reverse rotation, changing direction, reducing speed, or increasing torque. They are available in different configurations and designs, such as planetary, helical, worm, and customized gearboxes. Whether you need high torque, low backlash, or varying mounting position (M1-M6). At Pengxin, we have all possible designs and configurations.
The primary purpose of bearings is to prevent direct metal-to-metal contact between two elements in relative motion. This prevents friction, heat generation, and ultimately, the wear and tear of parts. It also reduces energy consumption as sliding motion is replaced with low friction rolling. They also transmit the load of the rotating element to the housing. This load may be radial, axial, or a combination of both. A bearing also restricts the freedom of movement of moving parts to predefined directions.
The most common form of sprocket may be found in the bicycle. It is distinguished from a gear in that sprockets are never meshed together directly and differs from a pulley in that sprockets have teeth and pulleys are smooth except for timing pulleys used with toothed belts. Sprockets are used in bicycles, motorcycles, tracked vehicles, and other machinery to transmit rotary motion between two shafts where gears are unsuitable or impart linear motion to a track, tape, etc.