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|M 10113||8||.12||14||16||25||13.1||15.50 |
HOW IT WORKS
With all three pieces installed onto a shaft (inner/outer sleeves and component), the two sleeves are tightened against each other. This causes the outer sleeve to expand, gripping the component, and the inner sleeve to contract, gripping the shaft.
TSA offers repeatable, precise axial and radial positioning, high concentricity, high transferring torque, and can be mounted over flats or keyway.
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Other sizes and material available on request.
Dimension W can be made to fit client component thickness.
The infermation contained herein is subject to change without notice.
Torksleeve A TSA and TSA 3 Series delivers a zero-backlash frictional connection that will accommodate high-torque and thrust, loads. Their shallow, asymmetric thread design maintains excellent concentricity.
All AFI locking devices operate using the simple wedge principle. An axial force is applied- by either a hex nut or a series of annular screws to engage inner and outer sleeves with mating asymmetric threads. The resulting wedge action creates a radial force on the sleeves, one of which contracts to squeeze the shaft while the other expands and presses into the component bore.
Material: stainless steel 303
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Vibration Resistance Certified per
MIL-STD-810D, Meth. 514.3