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Set-Screw Shaft Collars

Set-Screw Shaft Collars

The most commonly used style of shaft collar, set-screw shaft collars slide onto a shaft and are held in place with a set screw, which is tightened until it bites into the shaft material. For best results when installing these shaft collars, select a shaft collar that has a set screw made from a material that is harder than the shaft material. You may have to remove other components on the shaft before installing or removing the shaft collar.

General Purpose Steel

Steel shaft collars provide good strength and hardness and are the most common choice for a wide range of applications where corrosion is not a concern.


Zinc Coated Steel

Black Oxide Coated Steel


Black Oxide Coated Steel

Corrosion-Resistant Stainless Steel

Made from corrosion-resistant stainless steel, these shaft collars are suitable for use in applications where corrosive elements may be present, such as food processing, pharmaceutical, and marine facilities.


Stainless Steel

Washdown Acetal

Ideal for applications where equipment will be washed down frequently, such as food-and-beverage processing equipment, acetal shaft collars will not rust or corrode when exposed to water. They are nonmagnetic.



Lightweight Aluminum

Lightweight aluminum shaft collars provide good corrosion resistance and help keep inertia low in applications where the rotational speed of the drive system will vary. They are nonmagnetic.