China Professional CZPT Universal Joints 175-20-00060

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Item No. Part No. Description Application
1 144-10-12610 Spider Komatsu
2 144-10-12620 Spider Komatsu
3 14X-11-11110 Spider Komatsu
4 14X-11-11221 Spider Komatsu
5 14X-11-112-1 Spider Komatsu
11 381-12-4149 Spider Komatsu
12 Spider Komatsu
13 423-20-12620  Spider Komatsu
14 424-20-12620 Spider Komatsu
15 425-20-11620 Spider Komatsu
16 154-20-10002 Spider Komatsu
17 421-20-H4571 Spider Komatsu
18 419-20-H9571 Spider Komatsu
19 144-15-17101 Spider Komatsu
20 423-20-H4571 Spider Komatsu
21 154-20-11000 Spider Komatsu
22 135-960-1120 Spider Komatsu
23 145-14-35110 Spider Komatsu
24 150-20-0571 Spider Komatsu
25 154-20-0571 Spider Komatsu
26 141-10-00012 Spider Komatsu
27 144-15-17101 Spider Komatsu
28 144-10-12210 Spider Komatsu
29 150-11-00097 Spider Komatsu
30 154-20-57100 Spider Komatsu
31 175-20-00050 Spider Komatsu
32 421-20-12620 Spider Komatsu
33 175-20-00060 Spider Komatsu
34 195-20-11100 Spider Komatsu
35 419-15-H9571 Spider Komatsu
36 141-10-00012 Spider Komatsu
37 150-11-00097 Spider Komatsu
38 154-20-10002 Spider Komatsu
       
       
D53S-17 135-960-1120 D60A-1,3 141-10-00012
D57S-1 135-960-1120 D60P-1,3 141-10-00012
D58E-1,1A,1B 135-960-1120 D60S-1,3 141-10-00012
D58P-1 135-960-1120 D60A,E,P-6 144-15-17101
D60A,E,F,P,PL,S-8 144-10-12610 D65-6,7,8 144-15-17101
D65A-8 144-10-12610 D85C-12 144-15-17101
D65E,P-8 144-10-12610 D60-7 144-10-12210
D70-LE 144-10-12610 D60-8 144-10-12210
D75A-1 144-10-12610 D60A-11 144-10-12210
D75S-5 144-10-12610 D65A-11 144-10-12210
D50A-16 145-14-35110 D85E 144-10-12210
D50A-17,D53A-17 145-14-35110 D80A-12 150-11-00097
D50P-16,D50A-16 145-14-35110 D80E-12 150-11-00097
D50P-17 145-14-35110 D85E-12 150-11-00097
D75S-3/5 145-14-35110 D85C-1 150-11-00097
D85A-21 145-14-35110 D80-18 154-20-57100
D85A-21-E 145-14-35110 D85-18 154-20-57100
D85E-21 145-14-35110 D85-21 154-20-57100
D155A-2 145-14-35110 D150A-1 175-20-00050
D85A-12 150-11-12360 D155A-1,2 175-20-00050
D95S-1/2 150-11-12360 D155S-1 175-20-00050
D80A,E,P-18 154-20-0571 D355A-1,3,5 195-20-00011
D85A-18,21 154-20-0571 WA450-3A-TW 421-20-12620
D85A-21-E 154-20-0571 WA450-3L,LL 421-20-12620
D85A-21B 154-20-0571 WA470-1,1L 421-20-12620
D85A-21B-E 154-20-0571 WA470-3 421-20-12620
D85C-21-A 154-20-0571 WA470-3-X 421-20-12620
D85E-18,21 154-20-0571 WA500-3 421-20-12620
D85E-21-E 154-20-0571 WA600-1-A 421-20-12620
D85P-18,21 154-20-0571 WA600-3 421-20-12620
D85P-21-E 154-20-0571 WA600-3-D 421-20-12620
D135A-1,2 175-20-00060 WD600-1 421-20-12620
D150A-1 175-20-00060 WF450-3 421-20-12620
D155A-1,2 175-20-00060 WF450-3-D 421-20-12620
D155A-2A 175-20-00060 WF450T-1A 421-20-12620
D155C-1 175-20-00060 WF450T-3 421-20-12620
D155C-1P 175-20-00060 WF550T-3A,3D 421-20-12620
D155C-1P-ZZ 175-20-00060 WF600T-1 421-20-12620
D155W-1 175-20-00060 WA400-1-A 424-20-12620
D355C-3 175-20-00060 WA420-1 424-20-12620
D355C-3-A 175-20-00060 WA500-1-A 424-20-12620
D355A-3,5 195-20-11100 WA420-3-X 421-20-12620
D455A-1 195-20-11100 WA420-3CS 421-20-12620
WA420-3 421-20-12620 WA450-1-A 421-20-12620
Code No. OEM Bulldozers U-JOINTS
D910 6K 0571 D4D 6K 0571
920 1S9670 D5 7G2037
926 8V6435 D5 1S9670
930 1S9670 D6B 1S9670
931 6K 0571 D6C 1S9670
936 8V6435 D6D 1S9670
950 6H2577 D7E 6H2577
950 7K0442 D7E 6H2579
980 7H3958 D7F 7G2037
983 6H2579 D7F 6H2577
988 6H2579 D7F 2K3631
988 7H3958 D7F 1S9670
992 7H3958 D7G 7G2037
922B 1S9670 D7G 1S9670
926E 8V6435 D7H 6H2577
928F 8V6435 D7H 7H3958
931B 6K 0571 D8E 6H2579
936E 8V6435 D8H 6H2579
950B 7V4077 D8H 7H3958
950E 7V4077 D8H 2K3631
950F 7V4077 D8K 7H3958
951B 6K 0571 D9 7H3958
951B 7K0442 D9G 7H3958
951C 6K 0571 D9G 2K3631
955H 1S9670 D9H 7H3958
960F 7V4077 D9L 7H3958
966A 6H2577 D10 6H2577
966B 6H2577 D10N 7H3958
966B 7K0442 Grader Joint Model
966C 6H2577 912F 2D2978
966C 7K0442 112 2D2978
966C 2V7153 120 2D2978
966D 7V3842 120B 2D2978
966E 7V3842 140B 2D2978
966F 7V3842 14E 2D2978
966R 7K0442 Dump Truck U-JOINTS
966R 2V7153 657 6H2579
977K 1S9670 666 6H2579
977L 1S9670 769 6H2579
980B 7H3958 825 6H2579
980C 7H3958 768B 6H2579
980F 7H3958 824B 6H2579
988B 6H2577    
988B 7H3958    
992B 7H3958    
992C 7H3958    
996B 7H3958    

Certification: ISO9001: 2000
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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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How does a constant-velocity (CV) joint differ from a traditional universal joint?

A constant-velocity (CV) joint differs from a traditional universal joint in several ways. Here’s a detailed explanation:

A traditional universal joint (U-joint) and a constant-velocity (CV) joint are both used for transmitting torque between non-aligned or angularly displaced shafts. However, they have distinct design and operational differences:

  • Mechanism: The mechanism of torque transmission differs between a U-joint and a CV joint. In a U-joint, torque is transmitted through a set of intersecting shafts connected by a cross or yoke arrangement. The angular misalignment between the shafts causes variations in speed and velocity, resulting in fluctuating torque output. On the other hand, a CV joint uses a set of interconnected elements, typically ball bearings or roller bearings, to maintain a constant velocity and torque output, regardless of the angular displacement between the input and output shafts.
  • Smoothness and Efficiency: CV joints offer smoother torque transmission compared to U-joints. The constant velocity output of a CV joint eliminates speed fluctuations, reducing vibrations and allowing for more precise control and operation. This smoothness is particularly advantageous in applications where precise motion control and uniform power delivery are critical. Additionally, CV joints operate with higher efficiency as they minimize energy losses associated with speed variations and friction.
  • Angular Capability: While U-joints are capable of accommodating larger angular misalignments, CV joints have a limited angular capability. U-joints can handle significant angular displacements, making them suitable for applications with extreme misalignment. In contrast, CV joints are designed for smaller angular displacements and are typically used in applications where constant velocity is required, such as automotive drive shafts.
  • Operating Angles: CV joints can operate at larger operating angles without significant loss in torque or speed. This makes them well-suited for applications that require larger operating angles, such as front-wheel drive vehicles. U-joints, on the other hand, may experience speed fluctuations and reduced torque transmission capabilities at higher operating angles.
  • Complexity and Size: CV joints are generally more complex in design compared to U-joints. They consist of multiple components, including inner and outer races, balls or rollers, cages, and seals. This complexity often results in larger physical dimensions compared to U-joints. U-joints, with their simpler design, tend to be more compact and easier to install in tight spaces.

In summary, a constant-velocity (CV) joint differs from a traditional universal joint (U-joint) in terms of torque transmission mechanism, smoothness, efficiency, angular capability, operating angles, complexity, and size. CV joints provide constant velocity output, smoother operation, and higher efficiency, making them suitable for applications where precise motion control and uniform power delivery are essential. U-joints, with their ability to accommodate larger angular misalignments, are often preferred for applications with extreme misalignment requirements.

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What are the applications of a universal joint?

A universal joint, also known as a U-joint, finds applications in various industries and mechanical systems where the transmission of rotary motion is required between misaligned shafts. Here are some common applications of universal joints:

  • Automotive Drivelines: One of the most well-known applications of universal joints is in automotive drivelines. Universal joints are used in the drivetrain to transmit power from the engine to the wheels while accommodating the misalignment between the engine, transmission, and axle shafts. They are commonly found in rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles, connecting the transmission output shaft to the drive shaft and allowing the wheels to receive power even when the suspension system causes changes in angles and positions.
  • Industrial Machinery: Universal joints are widely used in industrial machinery where the transmission of motion at angles is required. They are employed in various types of machinery, such as conveyors, mixers, pumps, printing presses, and machine tools. Universal joints enable the transfer of rotary motion between misaligned shafts, allowing these machines to operate efficiently and effectively.
  • Marine and Propulsion Systems: In marine applications, universal joints are used in propulsion systems to transmit power from the engine to the propeller shaft. They allow for the necessary flexibility to accommodate the movement of the vessel and changes in the propeller shaft angle. Universal joints are also used in marine steering systems to transfer motion between the steering wheel and the rudder or outboard motor.
  • Agricultural Equipment: Universal joints are utilized in agricultural machinery and equipment such as tractors, combines, and harvesters. They enable the transmission of power between different components, such as the engine, gearbox, and wheels, even when these components are not perfectly aligned. Universal joints provide the necessary flexibility to accommodate the movement and articulation required in agricultural operations.
  • Aerospace and Aviation: Universal joints are used in aerospace and aviation applications where motion transmission at angles is required. They can be found in control systems for aircraft wings, flaps, and landing gear. Universal joints allow for the transfer of motion and control inputs between different components, ensuring smooth and reliable operation.
  • Heavy Machinery and Construction Equipment: Universal joints are employed in heavy machinery and construction equipment, such as cranes, excavators, and loaders. They enable the transmission of power and motion between different parts of the machinery, accommodating the misalignment that may arise due to the movement and articulation of these machines.
  • Railway Systems: Universal joints are used in railway systems for various applications. They are employed in drivetrains and power transmission systems to transmit motion between different components, such as the engine, gearboxes, and axles. Universal joints allow for smooth power transfer while accommodating the misalignment caused by the suspension and movement of the train.
  • Robotics and Automation: Universal joints find applications in robotics and automation systems where motion needs to be transmitted between misaligned components. They are used in robotic arms, manipulators, and other automated systems to enable flexible and precise movement while accommodating misalignment and articulation requirements.

These are just a few examples of the diverse range of applications for universal joints. Their ability to transmit rotary motion between misaligned shafts with flexibility and efficiency makes them an essential component in numerous industries and mechanical systems.

China Professional CZPT Universal Joints 175-20-00060  China Professional CZPT Universal Joints 175-20-00060
editor by CX 2023-12-11

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