Patented innovation for installation & maintenance teams from SEW (say it like BMW).
The TorqLOC mounting system is quick, robust, and simple and tolerance forgiving, PLUS has built-in long term cost
and labour saving advantages.
Innovative connection system for hollow shaft mounted gear units.
Great news for installation and maintenance teams is this timely reminder from SEW-Eurodrive. The patented TorqLOC hollow shaft mounting system available ex-stock from both SEW’s Auckland and Christchurch plants.
Designed to allow mounting on to standard bright steel shafting without the necessity of machining or cutting keyways, TorqLOC provides an easy method of assembly and disassembly to machinery.
The TorqLOC keyless coupling system is quick, robust, simple and tolerance forgiving and has built-in long term cost and labour saving advantages. TorqLOC can be used for mounting helical, helical-bevel and helical-worm geared motors and gear units. TorqLOC is a huge breakthrough for drives operating in wet and wash-down environments, providing dramatic improvements in drive removal, even after lengthy periods of operation.
The conical bushings at both ends of the TorqLOC hollow shaft, allow a diameter tolerance of the customers shaft of up to 0.19mm. This makes possible the use of plain drawn bar stock to a machining quality level of just H11 (previous requirement H6). This reduces both the processing costs of the input shaft and manufacturing costs for the installation.
Quick, simple assembly and disassembly.
Customers no longer have to overcome tight fitting tolerances. Disassembly has been improved even more with the use of slotted clamping bushes. The sum total of faster assembly and reduced maintenance work and reduced downtime, adds up to real cost savings.
Available ex-stock for gear sizes from 37 to 107 the TorqLOC system is suitable for most drive applications up to 8.0kNm of driving torque.
Phone SEW-Eurodrive (NZ) Ltd. Auckland Ph 09 274 5627 Fax 09 274 0165 Palmerston North Ph 06 355 2165 Christchurch Ph 03 384 6251 fax 03 384 6455.