Product Description

Dedicated Couplings Adaptors for Ductile Iron Pipes ISO 2531/EN545 EN 14525, ANSI/AWWA C219

Description
CHINAMFG can supply the Dedicated Couplings dedicated Couplings, dedicated to connect the ductile iron pipe (upto DN2200)

SYI Dedicated Couplings DIMENSIONS

CHINAMFG S. N.

DN

pipe O.D.

O.D. Tolerance

D2

H

L

Min. pipe end prepared length

 

mm

DC40

40

56

+1.0

-3.0

120

102

166

100

DC50

50

66

+1.0

-3.0

126

102

166

100

DC60

60

77

+1.0

-3.0

135

102

166

100

DC65

65

82

+1.0

-3.0

156

102

166

100

DC80

80

98

+1.0

-3.0

184

102

166

100

DC100

100

118

+1.0

-3.0

205

102

166

100

DC125

125

144

+1.0

-3.0

232

102

166

100

DC150

150

170

+1.0

-3.0

264

102

173

100

DC200

200

222

+1.0

-3.5

315

102

173

100

DC250

250

274

+1.0

-3.5

374

102

173

100

DC300

300

326

+1.0

-3.5

426

102

173

100

DC350

350

378

+1.0

-3.5

494

152

254

150

DC400

400

429

+1.0

-4.0

544

152

254

150

DC450

450

480

+1.0

-4.0

595

152

254

150

DC500

500

532

+1.0

-4.0

650

152

254

150

DC600

600

635

+1.0

-4.5

753

152

254

150

DC700

700

738

+1.0

-4.5

858

152

254

150

DC800

800

842

+1.0

-4.5

962

152

254

150

DC900

900

945

+1.0

-5.0

1070

178

280

150

DC1000

1000

1048

+1.0

-5.0

1173

178

280

150

DC1100

1100

1152

+1.0

-6.0

1282

178

280

150

DC1200

1200

1255

+1.0

-6.0

1385

178

280

150

DC1400

1400

1462

+1.0

-6.0

1592

178

295

150

DC1500

1500

1565

+1.0

-6.0

1691

178

295

150

DC1600

1600

1668

+1.0

-6.0

1798

178

295

150

DC1800

1800

1875

+1.0

-6.0

2015

254

375

150/300

DC2000

2000

2082

+1.0

-6.0

2222

254

375

150/300

DC2200

2200

2288

+1.0

-6.0

2415

254

375

150/300

For other sizes not mentioned above, please contact us. We have right to change the data without further notice.


1. Material

BODY: Ductile Iron grade 500-7/450-10 in accordance with ISO 1083 or 70-50-05/65-45-12 with ASTM A536
GLAND: Ductile Iron grade 500-7/450-10 in accordance with ISO 1083 or 70-50-05/65-45-12 with ASTM A536
GASKET: Rubber E.P.D.M./SBR/NBR in accordance with EN 681.1
D-BOLTS AND NUTS: Carbon Steel Grade 8.8 with dacromet coating

2. Working Pressure: 16 Bar or 250 PSI
3. Fluid Temperature: 0°C – 50°C, excluding frost

4. Allowed Angular Deflection:
5. Joint Gap:19mm
6. Coating

External Coatings:
Liquid epoxy resin painting
Epoxy applied by FBE
According to customers’ requirements

Internal Coatings:
Liquid epoxy resin painting
Epoxy applied by FBE
According to customers’ requirements

7.Reference Rules
Designed and tested in accordance with EN14525, ANSI/AWWA C219 and EN545

Package
Packing: Different package CHINAMFG your request,like wood cases&pallets,ply-wood crates&pallets,steel crates&pallets and etc.

Quality Control
Company Profile

CHINAMFG has continually invested in better technology and production facilities. More than 4,000 patterns
are ready. We are capable to finish all the production processes from moulding, shot-blasting, machining, coating to packaging. We have over 100,000 m2 foundry land including:
-10,000 m2 of the pattern, sand mixing, polishing, machining, hydraulic pressure, coating, packaging workshops;
-4,000 m2 of 3 green sand moulding workshops and 1 resin sand moulding workshops;
-3,000 m2 of automatic moulding machine line and epoxy coating line
-professional laboratory
-machining shop
-and our own tooling shop

Strict process and operating regulations together with perfect quality assurance system making every production step under control. All the products are subject to tests and inspections including composition analysis, metallographic examination, dimension & surface finish inspection, ring test, tensile test, hardness test, hydrostatic test, CHINAMFG and coating test to be sure that the products meet the requirements of the standards.

Since 2009, CHINAMFG Pipeline has developed from a pipes & fittings seller to a professional project solution provider, including the 1 stop service and solution from pipes, fittings, couplings & flanged adaptors, valves, fire hydrants, to water CHINAMFG and accessories.

SYI products have served 111 countries CHINAMFG up to now!
Most of these customers cooperated with CHINAMFG for more than 20 years!
We value long term cooperation relationship mostly!

Welcome to send us an inquiry for more details and price!!!

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flexible coupling

How do flexible couplings handle axial movement in rotating machinery?

Flexible couplings are designed to handle different types of misalignments in rotating machinery, including axial movement or axial misalignment. Axial movement occurs when there is displacement along the axis of rotation, causing one shaft to move closer to or away from the other shaft. Here’s how flexible couplings handle axial movement:

  • Sliding Capability: Many flexible couplings, especially those with elastomeric elements or certain designs, can slide along the shafts they connect. This sliding capability allows the coupling to accommodate axial movement without introducing additional stress on the connected components. The elastomeric elements can compress or stretch slightly to absorb the axial displacement.
  • Multiple-piece Designs: Some flexible couplings consist of multiple pieces, which allow for axial movement. These designs often have a floating member or a spacer that separates the two shaft-connected components. The floating member can move axially as needed, while still transmitting torque and compensating for other misalignments.
  • Double-Cardanic Design: Certain high-performance flexible couplings use a double-cardanic design, allowing for misalignment in multiple directions, including axial movement. This design features two sets of flexible elements that work together to accommodate different misalignments and provide a high degree of flexibility.

It’s important to note that while flexible couplings can handle a certain degree of axial movement, excessive axial misalignment might require a different type of coupling or additional measures to be addressed properly.

During the selection and installation process, it’s essential to consider the application’s axial movement requirements and choose a flexible coupling that can accommodate the expected axial displacement while still providing the desired performance, such as vibration damping, shock absorption, or precision motion control.

flexible coupling

How does a flexible coupling handle misalignment in large rotating equipment?

Flexible couplings are designed to accommodate various types of misalignment in large rotating equipment, ensuring smooth and efficient power transmission while minimizing stress on connected components. Here’s how flexible couplings handle different types of misalignment:

  • Angular Misalignment: Angular misalignment occurs when the axes of the two connected shafts are not collinear and form an angle. Flexible couplings can handle angular misalignment by allowing the coupling elements to flex and move slightly, thus accommodating the angle between the shafts. The flexible elements, often made of elastomeric materials or metallic membranes, can bend and twist to compensate for angular misalignment, ensuring that the coupling remains engaged and transfers torque effectively.
  • Parallel Misalignment: Parallel misalignment, also known as offset misalignment, happens when the two shafts are not perfectly aligned along their axes, resulting in a lateral shift. Flexible couplings can handle parallel misalignment through their ability to move radially, allowing the flexible elements to adjust and take up the offset. This capability prevents excessive side loads on the shafts and bearings, reducing wear and increasing the lifespan of the equipment.
  • Axial Misalignment: Axial misalignment occurs when there is a linear displacement of one shaft relative to the other, either toward or away from the other shaft. Some flexible couplings, such as certain types of flexible disc couplings, can accommodate a limited amount of axial misalignment. However, for large axial movement, other types of couplings or special designs may be required.

The flexibility of the coupling elements allows them to act as a buffer between the shafts, dampening shocks, vibrations, and torsional forces caused by misalignment or other dynamic loads. This helps protect the connected equipment from damage and enhances the overall performance and reliability of the rotating system.

In large rotating equipment, where misalignment is more common due to thermal expansion, foundation settling, or other factors, flexible couplings play a critical role in maintaining smooth operation and reducing stress on the machinery. However, it is essential to choose the appropriate type of flexible coupling based on the specific requirements of the application and to regularly inspect and maintain the coupling to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

flexible coupling

Can flexible couplings handle misalignment between shafts?

Yes, flexible couplings are specifically designed to handle misalignment between shafts in rotating machinery and mechanical systems. Misalignment can occur due to various factors, including installation errors, thermal expansion, manufacturing tolerances, or shaft deflection during operation.

Flexible couplings offer the ability to compensate for different types of misalignment, including:

  • Angular Misalignment: When the shafts are not collinear and have an angular offset, flexible couplings can accommodate this misalignment by flexing or twisting, allowing the two shafts to remain connected while transmitting torque smoothly.
  • Parallel Misalignment: Parallel misalignment occurs when the two shafts are not perfectly aligned along their axes. Flexible couplings can adjust to this misalignment, ensuring that the shafts remain connected and capable of transmitting power efficiently.
  • Axial Misalignment: Axial misalignment, also known as end float or axial displacement, refers to the relative axial movement of the two shafts. Some flexible coupling designs can accommodate axial misalignment, allowing for slight axial movements without disengaging the coupling.

The ability of flexible couplings to handle misalignment is essential in preventing premature wear and failure of the connected equipment. By compensating for misalignment, flexible couplings reduce the stress on the shafts, bearings, and seals, extending the service life of these components and improving overall system reliability.

It is crucial to select the appropriate type of flexible coupling based on the specific misalignment requirements of the application. Different coupling designs offer varying degrees of misalignment compensation, and the choice depends on factors such as the magnitude and type of misalignment, the torque requirements, and the operating environment.

In summary, flexible couplings play a vital role in handling misalignment between shafts, ensuring efficient power transmission and protecting mechanical systems from the adverse effects of misalignment. Their ability to accommodate misalignment makes them indispensable components in various industrial, automotive, aerospace, and marine applications.

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editor by CX 2024-02-19