China OEM Universal Joints for CZPT CZPT

Product Description

Spicer  P (mm) R (mm) Caterpillar Precision  Rockwell  GKN Alloy Neapcon Serie  Bearing type
5-2002X 33.34 79 644683 951 CP2002 HS520   1-2171 2C 4LWT
5-2117X 33.34 79 316117 994   HS521   1-2186 2C 4LWD
5-2116X 33.34 79 6S6902 952 CP2116   1063   2C 2LWT,2LWD
5-3000X 36.5 90.4 5D9153 536   HS530 1711 3-3152 3C 4LWT
5-3014X 36.5 90.4 9K1976 535   HS532     3C 2LWT,2LWD
5-4143X 36.5 108 6K 0571 969   HS545 1689 3-4143 4C 4HWD
5-4002X 36.5 108 6F7160 540 CP4002 HS540 1703 3-4138 4C 4LWT
5-4123X 36.5 108 9K3969 541 CP4101 HS542 1704 3-4123 4C 2LWT,2LWD
5-4140X 36.5 108 5M800 929 CP4130 HS543   3-4140 4C 2LWT,2HWD
5-1405X 36.5 108   549     1708   4C 4LWD
5-4141X 36.5 108 7M2695 996         4C 2LWD,2HWD
5-5177X 42.88 115.06 2K3631 968 CP5177 HS555 1728 4-5177 5C 4HWD
5-5000X 42.88 115.06 7J5251 550 CP5122 HS550 1720 4-5122 5C 4LWT
5-5121X 42.88 115.06 7J5245 552 CP5101 HS552 1721 4-5127 5C 2LWT,2LWD
5-5173X 42.88 115.06   933   HS553 1722 4-5173 5C 2LWT,2HWD
5-5000X 42.88 115.06   999         5C 4HWD
5-5139X 42.88 115.06             5C 2LWD,2HWD
5-6102X 42.88 140.46 643633 563 CP62N-13 HS563 1822 4-6114 6C 2LWT,2HWD
5-6000X 42.88 140.46 641152 560 CP62N-47 HS560 1820 4-6143 6C 4LWT
5-6106X 42.88 140.46 1S9670 905 CP62N-49 HS565 1826 4-6128 6C 4HWD
G5-6103X 42.88 140.46   564     1823 4-6103 6C 2LWT,2LWD
G5-6104X 42.88 140.46   566     1824 4-6104 6C 4LWD
G5-6149X 42.88 140.46             6C 2LWD,2HWD
5-7105X 49.2 148.38 6H2577 927 CP72N-31 HS575 1840 5-7126 7C 4HWD
5-7000X 49.2 148.32 8F7719 570 CP72N-32 HS570 1841 5-7205 7C 4LWT
5-7202X 49.2 148.38 7J5242 574 CP72N-33 HS573 1843 5-7207 7C 2LWT,2HWD
5-7203X 49.2 148.38   575 CP72N-55     5-7208 7C 4LWD
5-7206X 49.2 148.38   572 CP72N-34   1842 5-7206 7C 2LWT,2LWD
5-7204X 49.2 148.38   576 CP72N-57     5-7209 7C 2LWD,2HWD
5-8105X 49.2 206.32 6H2579 928 CP78WB-2 HS585 1850 6-8113 8C 4HWD
5-8200X 49.2 206.32   581 CP82N-28   1851 6-8205 8C 4LWT

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Condition: New
Certification: ISO, Ts16949
Structure: Single
Material: 20cr
Type: Universal Joint
Transport Package: Box + Plywood Case
US$ 10/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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How do you retrofit an existing mechanical system with a universal joint?

Retrofitting an existing mechanical system with a universal joint involves modifying or adding components to integrate the universal joint into the system. Here’s a detailed explanation of the retrofitting process:

To retrofit an existing mechanical system with a universal joint, follow these steps:

  1. Evaluate the System: Begin by thoroughly assessing the existing mechanical system. Understand its design, components, and the type of motion it requires. Identify the specific area where the universal joint needs to be incorporated and determine the necessary modifications or additions.
  2. Design Considerations: Take into account the operating conditions, load requirements, and available space in the system. Consider the size, type, and specifications of the universal joint that will best suit the retrofit. This includes selecting the appropriate joint size, torque capacity, operating angles, and any additional features required for compatibility with the system.
  3. Measurements and Alignment: Accurately measure the dimensions and alignment of the existing system, particularly the shafts involved in the retrofit. Ensure that the required modifications or additions align properly with the system’s existing components. Precise measurements are crucial for a successful retrofit.
  4. Modify Existing Components: In some cases, it may be necessary to modify certain components of the existing system to accommodate the universal joint. This could involve machining or welding to create attachment points or adjust the dimensions of the system’s components to ensure proper fitment of the universal joint and its associated parts.
  5. Integrate the Universal Joint: Install the universal joint into the retrofit area according to the system’s requirements and design considerations. This involves securely attaching the universal joint to the modified or existing components using appropriate fasteners or connection methods as specified by the manufacturer. Ensure that the joint is properly aligned with the shafts to facilitate smooth and efficient motion transfer.
  6. Supporting Components: Depending on the specific retrofit requirements, additional supporting components may be needed. This can include yokes, bearings, shaft couplings, or guards to ensure proper functioning and protection of the universal joint assembly and the overall system.
  7. Testing and Adjustment: Once the retrofit is complete, thoroughly test the system to ensure that the universal joint operates smoothly and meets the desired performance requirements. Make any necessary adjustments to align the system and optimize its functionality. It is essential to verify that the retrofit does not introduce any adverse effects or compromise the overall operation of the mechanical system.

Retrofitting an existing mechanical system with a universal joint requires careful planning, precise measurements, and proper integration of the joint into the system. By following these steps and considering the design considerations and compatibility, it is possible to successfully incorporate a universal joint into an existing mechanical system and enhance its functionality and performance.

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What materials are commonly used in the construction of universal joints?

Universal joints are constructed using various materials that provide strength, durability, and resistance to wear and fatigue. Here’s a detailed explanation:

The choice of materials for universal joints depends on factors such as the application, load requirements, operating conditions, and cost considerations. Here are some commonly used materials:

  • Steel: Steel is one of the most common materials used in universal joint construction. Alloy steels, such as 4140 or 4340, are often employed due to their high strength, toughness, and resistance to wear and fatigue. Steel universal joints can withstand heavy loads and harsh operating conditions, making them suitable for various industrial applications.
  • Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is chosen for universal joints when corrosion resistance is a critical requirement. Stainless steel alloys, such as 304 or 316, offer excellent resistance to rust, oxidation, and chemical corrosion. These joints are commonly used in applications where exposure to moisture, chemicals, or harsh environments is expected.
  • Cast Iron: Cast iron is occasionally used in universal joints, particularly in older or specialized applications. Cast iron provides good strength and wear resistance, but it is generally heavier and less flexible than steel. It may be used in specific situations where its properties are advantageous, such as in large industrial machinery.
  • Aluminum: Aluminum universal joints are utilized when weight reduction is a priority. Aluminum alloys offer a good balance of strength and lightweight properties. These joints are commonly found in applications where weight savings are crucial, such as aerospace, automotive, or robotics.
  • Bronze: Bronze is sometimes used for bearings or bushings within universal joints. Bronze alloys provide good wear resistance, low friction, and the ability to withstand high temperatures. They are often employed in applications where self-lubricating properties and resistance to galling are required. Bronze bearings can be found in universal joints used in heavy machinery, marine equipment, or agricultural machinery.

It’s worth noting that the specific choice of materials may vary depending on the manufacturer, application requirements, and industry standards. Different combinations of materials may also be used for different components within a universal joint, such as the yokes, crosses, bearings, or seals, to optimize performance and durability.

In summary, universal joints are commonly constructed using materials such as steel, stainless steel, cast iron, aluminum, and bronze. The selection of materials depends on factors like strength, durability, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, weight considerations, and specific application requirements.

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How does a universal joint accommodate misalignment between shafts?

A universal joint, also known as a U-joint, is designed to accommodate misalignment between shafts and allow for the transmission of rotational motion. Let’s explore how a universal joint achieves this:

A universal joint consists of a cross-shaped or H-shaped yoke with bearings at the ends of each arm. The yoke connects the input and output shafts, which are not in line with each other. The design of the universal joint enables it to flex and articulate, allowing for the accommodation of misalignment and changes in angles between the shafts.

When misalignment occurs between the input and output shafts, the universal joint allows for angular displacement. As the input shaft rotates, it causes the yoke to rotate along with it. Due to the perpendicular arrangement of the yoke arms, the output shaft connected to the other arm of the yoke experiences rotary motion at an angle to the input shaft.

The flexibility and articulation of the universal joint come from the bearings at the ends of the yoke arms. These bearings allow for smooth rotation and minimize friction between the yoke and the shafts. They are often enclosed within a housing or cross-shaped cap to provide protection and retain lubrication.

As the input shaft rotates and the yoke moves, the bearings within the universal joint allow for the necessary movement and adjustment. They enable the yoke to accommodate misalignment and changes in angles between the input and output shafts. The bearings allow the yoke to rotate freely and continuously, ensuring that torque can be transmitted smoothly between the shafts despite any misalignment.

By allowing angular displacement and articulation, the universal joint compensates for misalignment and ensures that the rotation of the input shaft is effectively transmitted to the output shaft. This flexibility is particularly important in applications where shafts are not perfectly aligned, such as in automotive drivelines or industrial machinery.

However, it’s important to note that universal joints do have limitations. They introduce a small amount of backlash or play, which can affect precision and accuracy in some applications. Additionally, at extreme angles, the operating angles of the universal joint may become limited, potentially causing increased wear and reducing its lifespan.

In summary, a universal joint accommodates misalignment between shafts by allowing angular displacement and articulation. The bearings within the universal joint enable the yoke to move and adjust, ensuring smooth and continuous rotation between the input and output shafts while compensating for their misalignment.

China OEM Universal Joints for CZPT CZPT  China OEM Universal Joints for CZPT CZPT
editor by CX 2024-03-08


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