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  • LF Series Standard & S-Style Elements

      The heart of the LF Series coupling is the flexible base element. This element allows the customer to make their own shaft hubs from steel bar stock or use existing hubs. Ideal for quick prototype testing, retrofit and high volume applications.

  • LF Series Torsional Coupling Cylindrical Hubs - Imperial

      The LF Series coupling is designed with a unique and highly versatile elastomeric element. These can be easily integrated into a variety of coupling configurations to meet several application needs. LF Style elements are available in a variety of materials to match the necessary coupling dampening characteristics for tuning the systems critical speed away from the application operating speed.

      The element can be connected axially to a flywheel adapter plate or flanged hub and radially to a cylindrical center hub using the appropriate bolts. Axial bolt styles include either socket head bolts with a special dry adhesive, or S-Style bolts, which are similar to dowel pins (seen picture below). The radial bolts are used to connect the element to the cylindrical hub. This unique design is remarkably simple, highly effective and gives the LF torsional coupling unmatched performance capabilities. The coupling selection should be verified with a Torsional Vibration Analysis (TVA) of the system.

  • LF Series Torsional Coupling Cylindrical Hubs - Imperial

      The LF Series coupling is designed with a unique and highly versatile elastomeric element. These can be easily integrated into a variety of coupling configurations to meet several application needs. LF Style elements are available in a variety of materials to match the necessary coupling dampening characteristics for tuning the systems critical speed away from the application operating speed.

      The element can be connected axially to a flywheel adapter plate or flanged hub and radially to a cylindrical center hub using the appropriate bolts. Axial bolt styles include either socket head bolts with a special dry adhesive, or S-Style bolts, which are similar to dowel pins (seen picture below). The radial bolts are used to connect the element to the cylindrical hub. This unique design is remarkably simple, highly effective and gives the LF torsional coupling unmatched performance capabilities. The coupling selection should be verified with a Torsional Vibration Analysis (TVA) of the system.

  • Set of Bolts for LF Series Torsional Couplings - Metric

      The LF Series coupling is designed with a unique and highly versatile elastomeric element. These can be easily integrated into a variety of coupling configurations to meet several application needs. LF Style elements are available in a variety of materials to match the necessary coupling dampening characteristics for tuning the systems critical speed away from the application operating speed.

      The element can be connected axially to a flywheel adapter plate or flanged hub and radially to a cylindrical center hub using the appropriate bolts. Axial bolt styles include either socket head bolts with a special dry adhesive, or S-Style bolts, which are similar to dowel pins (seen picture below). The radial bolts are used to connect the element to the cylindrical hub. This unique design is remarkably simple, highly effective and gives the LF torsional coupling unmatched performance capabilities. The coupling selection should be verified with a Torsional Vibration Analysis (TVA) of the system.

  • LF Series Torsional Coupling Cylindrical Hubs - Imperial

      The complete LF Series Model 2 is comprised of a cylindrical hub, a flanged hub, a base element, and hardware.

      The Model 2 provides a complete shaft-to-shaft coupling in a range of sizes for all industrial power transmission applications. It is similar to Model 1, except a flanged hub is added to make the shaft to shaft connection.

      Model 2/S allows the drive package to be “blind” connected. As with all S-Style models, axial end float of equipment shafts can be accommodated without harmful push-pull force.

  • Coupling Hubs w/ L-Loc Spline Clamping Feature

      Spline shaft wear, profile distortion, and fretting corrosion all are major concerns in spline shaft applications such as hydraulic pumps. We are pleased to state that Lovejoy has a solution. It’s called the L-LOC.

      It is common knowledge that typical manufacturing tolerances between spline shafts and mating coupling hubs create some unavoidable play or backlash. This backlash is defined as the minor movement between the shaft and hub, typically resulting in wear. This tolerance related movement and wear is often further compounded by misalignment and hammering forces common in power transmission. As a result, fretting wear and profile distortion can occur, even when shafts are manufactured with high quality hardened steel using tight tolerances. If not checked, abnormal stresses on seals, bearings, and other engine or pump components can occur. The results are costly ‘down time’. A great deal of money is spent each year on maintenance caused by this premature wear and equipment failure. The ideal solution to spline distortion and wear is to eliminate the backlash or clearance related to mating tolerances and assembly misalignment. There are many solutions available, but most are expensive, time consuming, and often unsuccessful causing additional damage.

      Lovejoy coupling hubs with the L-LOC spline clamping feature have proven themselves successful by eliminating the backlash, clearance issues, and damage caused by the hammering effects of vibration, including torsional vibration. The result is longer lasting spline profiles in both shafts and couplings that decrease costly downtime.

      The L-LOC feature is a remarkably simple, yet effective design, consisting of a unique ’dog bone’ shaped slot that is placed slightly above and parallel to the spline bore. When these set screws are tightened, the hub becomes firmly locked in place, gripping the full diameter of the spline shaft and the set screws never come in contact with the spline. As a result, users will never see dents, gouges, or burrs on the shaft from mounting the hub. While in use the hub and shaft virtually become a single entity, yet when the set screws are loosened, the L-LOC releases its grip and the hub can be easily removed from the spline shaft.

  • LF Series Torsional Coupling Cylindrical Hubs - Imperial

      The LF Series coupling is designed with a unique and highly versatile elastomeric element. These can be easily integrated into a variety of coupling configurations to meet several application needs. LF Style elements are available in a variety of materials to match the necessary coupling dampening characteristics for tuning the systems critical speed away from the application operating speed.

      The element can be connected axially to a flywheel adapter plate or flanged hub and radially to a cylindrical center hub using the appropriate bolts. Axial bolt styles include either socket head bolts with a special dry adhesive, or S-Style bolts, which are similar to dowel pins (seen picture below). The radial bolts are used to connect the element to the cylindrical hub. This unique design is remarkably simple, highly effective and gives the LF torsional coupling unmatched performance capabilities. The coupling selection should be verified with a Torsional Vibration Analysis (TVA) of the system.

  • LF Series Torsional Coupling Cylindrical Hubs - Imperial

      The LF Series coupling is designed with a unique and highly versatile elastomeric element. These can be easily integrated into a variety of coupling configurations to meet several application needs. LF Style elements are available in a variety of materials to match the necessary coupling dampening characteristics for tuning the systems critical speed away from the application operating speed.

      The element can be connected axially to a flywheel adapter plate or flanged hub and radially to a cylindrical center hub using the appropriate bolts. Axial bolt styles include either socket head bolts with a special dry adhesive, or S-Style bolts, which are similar to dowel pins (seen picture below). The radial bolts are used to connect the element to the cylindrical hub. This unique design is remarkably simple, highly effective and gives the LF torsional coupling unmatched performance capabilities. The coupling selection should be verified with a Torsional Vibration Analysis (TVA) of the system.