Applied Product Catalog 2017 2018 Page 487 Power Transmission

487 Power Transmission All Things Industrial Omega Coupling Element Features: Split-in-half flex element design Allows disassembly and replacement without disturbing hubs or connected equipment Transmits torque Accepts misalignment Reduces vibration and noise Not seriously affected by petroleum products or most chemicals Material: Polyurethane Color: Orange Temperature Range: -40 F to 200 F Coupling Size O.D. (in) Item No. Mfr. No. Net Price 2 3.500 100816412 E2ELEMENT $90.44 3 4.000 100816429 E3ELEMENT 101.67 4 4.560 100816439 E4ELEMENT 112.95 5 5.375 100816449 E5 ELEMENT 128.59 10 6.375 100816462 E10 ELEMENT 171.82 20 7.250 100816479 E20 ELEMENT 208.04 30 8.250 100816489 E30 ELEMENT 256.68 40 9.500 100816499 E40ELEMENT 299.86 50 11.000 100816508 E50 ELEMENT 361.99 60 12.500 100816514 E60ELEMENT 425.14 70 14.000 100816521 E70ELEMENT 589.41 Omega MPB Coupling Hub Features: Reversible hub accommodates different shaft spacing requirements Interchangeable for both spacer and standard couplings Coupling Size Min. Bore Dia. (in) Max. Bore Dia. (in) O.D. (in) Max. RPM Item No. Mfr. No. Net Price 2 1/2 1.125 1.850 7,500 101468041 2SHRB STD HUB $35.09 3 1/2 1.375 2.320 7,500 101467124 3SHRB STD HUB 42.89 4 1/2 1.625 2.600 7,500 101468203 4SHRB STD HUB 51.14 5 5/8 1.875 3.125 7,500 101466954 5SHRB STD HUB 65.47 10 5/8 2.125 3.650 7,500 101467755 10SHRB STD HUB 80.13 20 3/4 2.325 4.480 6,600 101489085 20SHRB STD HUB 129.70 30 3/4 2.875 5.420 5,800 101468906 30SHRB STD HUB 187.73 40 3/4 3.375 6.630 5,000 101466839 40SHRB STD HUB 269.74 50 1 1/8 3.625 8.125 4,200 101468243 50SHRB STD HUB 347.43 60 1 1/8 4.000 8.750 3,800 101475685 60SHRB STD HUB 409.41 70 1 3/8 4.500 9.250 3,600 101468908 70SHRB STD HUB 479.30 80 1 3/8 6.000 11.250 2,000 101468244 80SHRB STD HUB 716.01 Did You Know? Q: What should I regularly check for power transmission energy efficiency? A: To be the most energy efficient, inspect the following items during your daily maintenance check: Lubrication Vibration Ventilation and the presence of dirt or other contaminants Alignment of motor and load Possible changing load condition Belts Sheaves and coupling Tightness of hold-down bolts

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