KWD BOKU-N Pin Couplings
KWD BOKU-N pin couplings are torsionally flexible pin couplings.
The couplings transmit torque via pressure-stressed, H-shaped rubber elastic buffers. Flexible elements dampen shocks and torsional vibrations, they are oil resistant and electrically conductive.
The couplings can be used in any direction of rotation and each installation position.
- Bolt part
- Buffer part
- Buffer and bolt
Couplings Fields of Use
BOKU-N pin couplings are designed for the highest requirements in a wide range of industries, especially for conveyors, presses and pumps or for construction machinery. Robust design and excellent damping properties guarantee the use of maximum operational reliability. Various designs available including variants with brake discs, brake drums or spacers.
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Shaft Coupling Manufacturer Profile
Saxon company KWD Kupplungswerk Dresden GmbH is a specialist manufacturer of couplings and drive components. Couplings from Dresden are used in machines and installations for the extraction of raw materials, in the mechanical engineering sector, in construction and agricultural machinery, in wind power plants, in steel and rolling mill equipments and many other drives, and are rated highly due to their functionality, robustness and reliability.
KWD can look back on a lengthy engineering tradition that dates back to the period of the industrial revolution. The company has gained a leading position in the field of rail vehicle construction in the past few years - high speed trains, metros, suburban railway systems, trams, monorail vehicles and locomotives with low LCC costs which prove their worth throughout all the world's continents.
TYMA CZ is an authorized regional distributor of KWD.