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Rigid Sleeve Shaft Couplings

Rigid Sleeve Shaft Couplings

Shaped like a tube, these rigid sleeve shaft couplings (also known as solid sleeve couplings) slide onto the ends of two shafts of the same diameter to join the shafts so they can move together in the same direction.

Rigid shaft couplings allow minimal backlash (or play) between the shafts and are suitable for continuous-motion applications. To avoid damage to the coupling, bearing, or shafts, they should only be used in applications where there is no misalignment between the shafts. You may have to remove other components on the shaft before installing or removing the coupling.

Set-Screw Mount

Also known as set-screw sleeve couplings, these couplings are held in place with the included set screws, which are tightened until they bite into the shaft material. For best results when installing these couplings, select a coupling that has set screws made from a material that is harder than the shaft material.

Inch

Zinc-Plated — Steel

With Keyway

Black Oxide — Steel

With Keyway

Without Keyway

Uncoated — Stainless Steel

With Keyway

Without Keyway

Metric

Black Oxide — Steel

Without Keyway

Plain Mount

These couplings have a keyway that matches with a keyed shaft to hold the coupling in place and transmit torque to the shaft.

Inch

Black Oxide — Steel

With Keyway