Chain couplings are made of compact, all-steel construction.
Spacer couplings are manufactured with easy to remove snap design. These are suitable for back pull out design pumps.
Flexible jaw couplings are characterised by advantages like easy and fast installation, easy alignment very long service life, and no lubrication required
Flexible gear couplings are distinguished by their mechanical flexibility and compensation of misalignment of the connected shafts automatically without any loss of transmitted power during running.
Universal joints are meant for use in shafts with speeds up to 1800 RPM and working angles up to 75º (powered) or 35º (hand operated).
Torque limiter is a protective device that limits torque transmitted in a drive system by slipping when torque demand exceeds a preset value as a result of shock loads, over loads or machine jams.
Pin bush flexible couplings are designed to give long, trouble-free service. They are capable of accommodating a reasonable amount of axial angularity between the shafts and axial movements of shafts during use.