China Professional CZPT SWC-Bh Types Cardan Drive Shaft for Rolling Mill, Steel Mills Industry, Paper Mill Machinery Drive Line

Product Description

 

Product Description

SWC BH Cardan Shaft Basic Parameter And Main Dimension

Cardan shaft is widely used in rolling mill, punch, straightener, crusher, ship drive, paper making equipment, common machinery, water pump equipment, test bench, and other mechanical applications.

Advantage:
1. Low life-cycle costs and long service life;
2. Increase productivity;
3. Professional and innovative solutions;
4. Reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and environmental protection;
5. High torque capacity even at large deflection angles;
6. Easy to move and run smoothly;

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Product Parameters

 Model   Tn
kN • m

T.
kN • m

p
(.)
LS
mm
Lmin                           Size
                           mm
I kg. m2       m
      kg
Di
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d2
H7
Da Lm n-d k t b
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g Lmin 100mm Lmin 100mm
SWC58BH 58 0.15 0.075 ≤22 35 325 47 30 38 35 4-5 3.5 1.5 2.2
SWC65BH 65 0.25 0.125 ≤22 40 360 52 35 42 46 4-6 4.5 1.7 3.0
SWC75BH 75 0.50 0.25 ≤22 40 395 62 42 50 58 6-6 5.5 2.0 5.0
SWC90BH 90 1.0 0.50 ≤22 45 435 74.5 47 54 58 4-8 6.0 2.5 6.6
SWC100BH 100 1.5 0.75 ≤25 55 390 84 57 60 58 6-9 7 2.5 0.0044 0.00019 6.1 0.35
SWC120BH 120 2.5 1.25 ≤25 80 485 102 75 70 68 8-11 8 2.5 0.5719 0.00044 10.8 0.55
SWC150BH 150 5 2.5 ≤25 80 590 13.0 90 89 80 8-13 10 3.0 0.0423 0.00157 24.5 0.85
SWC160BH 160 10 5 ≤25 80 660 137 100 95 110 8-15 15 3.0 20 12 0.1450 0.0060 68 1.72
SWC180BH 180 20 10 ≤25 100 810 155 105 114 130 8-17 17 5.0 24 14 0.1750 0.0070 70 2.8
SWC200BH 200 32 16 ≤15 110 860 170 120 127 135 8-17 19 5.0 28 16 0.3100 0.0130 86 3.6
SWC225BH 225 40 20 ≤15 140 920 196 135 152 120 8-17 20 5.0 32 9.0 0.5380 0.5714 122 4.9
SWC250BH 250 63 31.5 ≤15 140 1035 218 150 168 140 8-19 25 6.0 40 12.5 0.9660 0.5717 172 5.3
SWC285BH 285 90 45 ≤15 140 1190 245 170 194 160 8-21 27 7.0 40 15.0 2.0110 0.571 263 6.3
SWC315BH 315 125 63 ≤15 140 1315 280 185 219 180 10-23 32 8.0 40 15.0 3.6050 0.571 382 8.0
SWC350BH 350 180 90 ≤15 150 1410 310 210 267 194 10-23 35 8.0 50 16.0 7.571 0.2219 582 15.0
SWC390BH 390 250 125 ≤15 170 1590 345 235 267 215 10-25 40 8.0 70 18.0 12.164 0.2219 738 15.0
SWC440BH 440 355 180 ≤15 190 1875 390 255 325 260 16-28 42 10 80 20.0 21.420 0.4744 1190 21.7
SWC490BH 490 500 250 ≤15 190 1985 435 275 325 270 16-31 47 12 90 22.5 32.860 0.4744 1452 21.7
SWC550BH 550 710 355 ≤15 240 2300 492 320 426 305 16-31 50 12 100 22.5 68.920 1.3570 2380 34

 

Packaging & Shipping

 

Company Profile

HangZhou CZPT Machinery Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is a high-tech enterprise specializing in the design and manufacture of various types of coupling. There are 86 employees in our company, including 2 senior engineers and no fewer than 20 mechanical design and manufacture, heat treatment, welding, and other professionals.

Advanced and reasonable process, complete detection means. Our company actively introduces foreign advanced technology and equipment, on the basis of the condition, we make full use of the advantage and do more research and innovation. Strict to high quality and operate strictly in accordance with the ISO9000 quality certification system standard mode.

Our company supplies different kinds of products. High quality and reasonable price. We stick to the principle of “quality first, service first, continuous improvement and innovation to meet the customers” for the management and “zero defect, zero complaints” as the quality objective. 

 

 

Our Services

1. Design Services
Our design team has experience in Cardan shafts relating to product design and development. If you have any needs for your new product or wish to make further improvements, we are here to offer our support.

2. Product Services
raw materials → Cutting → Forging →Rough machining →Shot blasting →Heat treatment →Testing →Fashioning →Cleaning→ Assembly→Packing→Shipping

3. Samples Procedure
We could develop the sample according to your requirement and amend the sample constantly to meet your need.

4. Research & Development
We usually research the new needs of the market and develop new models when there are new cars in the market.

5. Quality Control
Every step should be a particular test by Professional Staff according to the standard of ISO9001 and TS16949.

FAQ

Q 1: Are you a trading company or a manufacturer?
A: We are a professional manufacturer specializing in manufacturing
various series of couplings.

Q 2:Can you do OEM?
Yes, we can. We can do OEM & ODM for all customers with customized PDF or AI format artwork.

Q 3:How long is your delivery time?
Generally, it is 20-30 days if the goods are not in stock. It is according to quantity.

Q 4: Do you provide samples? Is it free or extra?
Yes, we could offer the sample but not for free. Actually, we have an excellent price principle, when you make the bulk order the cost of the sample will be deducted.

Q 5: How long is your warranty?
A: Our Warranty is 12 months under normal circumstances. 

Q 6: What is the MOQ?
A: Usually our MOQ is 1pcs.

Q 7: Do you have inspection procedures for coupling?
A:100% self-inspection before packing.

Q 8: Can I have a visit to your factory before the order? 
A: Sure, welcome to visit our factory.

Q 9: What’s your payment?
A:1) T/T. 

Contact Us

Web: huadingcoupling
Add: No.11 HangZhou Road,Chengnan park,HangZhou City,ZheJiang Province,China

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Are there different types of driveline configurations based on vehicle type?

Yes, there are different types of driveline configurations based on the type of vehicle. Driveline configurations vary depending on factors such as the vehicle’s propulsion system, drivetrain layout, and the number of driven wheels. Here’s a detailed explanation of the driveline configurations commonly found in different vehicle types:

1. Front-Wheel Drive (FWD):

In front-wheel drive vehicles, the driveline configuration involves the engine’s power being transmitted to the front wheels. The engine, transmission, and differential are typically integrated into a single unit called a transaxle, which is located at the front of the vehicle. This configuration simplifies the drivetrain layout, reduces weight, and improves fuel efficiency. Front-wheel drive is commonly found in passenger cars, compact cars, and some crossover SUVs.

2. Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD):

Rear-wheel drive vehicles have their driveline configuration where the engine’s power is transmitted to the rear wheels. In this setup, the engine is located at the front of the vehicle, and the drivetrain components, including the transmission and differential, are positioned at the rear. Rear-wheel drive provides better weight distribution, improved handling, and enhanced performance characteristics, making it popular in sports cars, luxury vehicles, and large trucks.

3. All-Wheel Drive (AWD) and Four-Wheel Drive (4WD):

All-wheel drive and four-wheel drive driveline configurations involve power being transmitted to all four wheels of the vehicle. These configurations provide better traction and handling in various driving conditions, particularly on slippery or off-road surfaces. AWD systems distribute power automatically between the front and rear wheels, while 4WD systems are often manually selectable and include a transfer case for shifting between 2WD and 4WD modes. AWD and 4WD configurations are commonly found in SUVs, crossovers, trucks, and off-road vehicles.

4. Front Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive (FR) and Rear Engine, Rear-Wheel Drive (RR):

In certain performance vehicles and sports cars, driveline configurations may involve a front engine with rear-wheel drive (FR) or a rear engine with rear-wheel drive (RR). FR configurations have the engine located at the front of the vehicle, transmitting power to the rear wheels. RR configurations have the engine located at the rear, driving the rear wheels. These configurations provide excellent balance, weight distribution, and handling characteristics, resulting in enhanced performance and driving dynamics.

5. Other Configurations:

There are also various specialized driveline configurations based on specific vehicle types and applications:

  • Mid-Engine: Some high-performance sports cars and supercars feature a mid-engine configuration, where the engine is positioned between the front and rear axles. This configuration offers exceptional balance, handling, and weight distribution.
  • Front-Engine, Front-Wheel Drive (FF): While less common, certain compact and economy cars employ a front-engine, front-wheel drive configuration. This layout simplifies packaging and interior space utilization.
  • Part-Time 4WD: In certain off-road vehicles, there may be a part-time 4WD driveline configuration. These vehicles typically operate in 2WD mode but can engage 4WD when additional traction is needed.

These are some of the driveline configurations commonly found in different vehicle types. The choice of driveline configuration depends on factors such as the vehicle’s intended use, performance requirements, handling characteristics, and specific design considerations.

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How do drivelines enhance the performance of different types of vehicles?

Drivelines significantly contribute to enhancing the performance of different types of vehicles by optimizing power delivery, improving traction, and tailoring the driving characteristics to suit specific needs. Here’s a detailed explanation of how drivelines enhance performance in various vehicle types:

1. Passenger Cars:

In passenger cars, driveline configurations, such as front-wheel drive (FWD), rear-wheel drive (RWD), and all-wheel drive (AWD), play a crucial role in performance. Here’s how drivelines enhance performance in passenger cars:

  • FWD: Front-wheel drive systems provide better traction and stability, particularly in adverse weather conditions. FWD drivelines distribute weight more evenly over the front wheels, resulting in improved grip during acceleration and cornering.
  • RWD: Rear-wheel drive drivelines offer better weight distribution, allowing for improved handling and balanced performance. RWD vehicles typically exhibit better acceleration and a more engaging driving experience, especially in performance-oriented cars.
  • AWD: All-wheel drive drivelines deliver power to all four wheels, improving traction and stability in various driving conditions. AWD systems enhance performance by maximizing grip and providing optimal power distribution between the front and rear wheels.

2. Sports Cars and Performance Vehicles:

Driveline systems in sports cars and performance vehicles are designed to enhance acceleration, handling, and overall driving dynamics. Key features include:

  • Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD): RWD drivelines are often favored in sports cars for their ability to deliver power to the rear wheels, resulting in better weight transfer during acceleration and improved handling characteristics.
  • Performance-oriented AWD: Some high-performance vehicles employ advanced AWD systems that can variably distribute torque between the front and rear wheels. These systems enhance traction, stability, and cornering capabilities, allowing for superior performance on both dry and slippery surfaces.
  • Torque Vectoring: Certain driveline systems incorporate torque vectoring technology, which actively varies the torque distribution between wheels. This enables precise control during cornering, reducing understeer and enhancing agility and stability.

3. Off-Road Vehicles:

Drivelines in off-road vehicles are designed to provide exceptional traction, durability, and maneuverability in challenging terrains. Key features include:

  • Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) and All-Wheel Drive (AWD): 4WD and AWD drivelines are commonly used in off-road vehicles to improve traction on uneven surfaces. These drivelines distribute power to all wheels, allowing for better grip and enhanced off-road capability.
  • Differential Locks: Off-road drivelines often incorporate differential locks that can be engaged to lock the wheels on an axle together. This feature ensures that power is evenly distributed to all wheels, maximizing traction and overcoming challenging obstacles.
  • High Ground Clearance: Drivelines in off-road vehicles are designed to accommodate higher ground clearance, allowing for improved approach, departure, and breakover angles. This design feature enhances the vehicle’s ability to navigate over rough terrain without damaging the driveline components.

4. Trucks and Commercial Vehicles:

Drivelines in trucks and commercial vehicles are engineered to provide high torque delivery, durability, and efficiency. Key features include:

  • High Torque Handling: Drivelines in trucks and commercial vehicles are designed to handle high torque outputs from powerful engines, enabling efficient towing, hauling, and overall performance.
  • Transmission Options: Drivelines in trucks often feature transmissions with multiple gear ratios, allowing drivers to select the appropriate gear for different load conditions. This enhances performance, fuel efficiency, and overall drivability.
  • Efficient Power Transfer: Drivelines in commercial vehicles focus on maximizing power transfer efficiency, minimizing energy losses, and optimizing fuel economy. This is achieved through the use of efficient transmission designs, low-friction components, and advanced control systems.

5. Electric and Hybrid Vehicles:

Drivelines in electric and hybrid vehicles play a crucial role in delivering power from the electric motor(s) to the wheels. Key features include:

  • Instant Torque: Electric drivelines offer instant torque delivery, providing quick acceleration andresponsive performance. This enhances the driving experience and allows for swift overtaking and merging.
  • Regenerative Braking: Electric and hybrid drivelines can incorporate regenerative braking systems, which convert kinetic energy during braking into electrical energy. This improves overall efficiency and extends the vehicle’s range.
  • Multi-Motor Systems: Some electric and hybrid drivelines utilize multiple motors to drive different axles or wheels independently. This enables advanced torque vectoring and enhances handling, stability, and traction control.

These are just a few examples of how drivelines enhance the performance of different types of vehicles. Driveline configurations, technologies, and engineering considerations are tailored to each vehicle type, optimizing power delivery, handling, traction, and other performance characteristics specific to their intended use and market segment.

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How do drivelines handle variations in torque, speed, and angles of rotation?

Drivelines are designed to handle variations in torque, speed, and angles of rotation within a power transmission system. They incorporate specific components and mechanisms that enable the smooth and efficient transfer of power while accommodating these variations. Here’s a detailed explanation of how drivelines handle variations in torque, speed, and angles of rotation:

Variations in Torque:

Drivelines encounter variations in torque when the power requirements change, such as during acceleration, deceleration, or when encountering different loads. To handle these variations, drivelines incorporate several components:

1. Clutch: In manual transmission systems, a clutch is used to engage or disengage the engine’s power from the driveline. By partially or completely disengaging the clutch, the driveline can temporarily interrupt power transfer, allowing for smooth gear changes or vehicle stationary positions. This helps manage torque variations during shifting or when power demands change abruptly.

2. Torque Converter: Automatic transmissions employ torque converters, which are fluid couplings that transfer power from the engine to the transmission. Torque converters provide a certain amount of slip, allowing for torque multiplication and smooth power transfer. The slip in the torque converter helps absorb torque variations and dampens abrupt changes, ensuring smoother operation during acceleration or when power demands fluctuate.

3. Differential: The differential mechanism in drivelines compensates for variations in torque between the wheels, particularly during turns. When a vehicle turns, the inner and outer wheels travel different distances, resulting in different rotational speeds. The differential allows the wheels to rotate at different speeds while distributing torque to each wheel accordingly. This ensures that torque variations are managed and power is distributed effectively to optimize traction and stability.

Variations in Speed:

Drivelines also need to handle variations in rotational speed, especially when the engine operates at different RPMs or when different gear ratios are selected. The following components aid in managing speed variations:

1. Transmission: The transmission allows for the selection of different gear ratios, which influence the rotational speed of the driveline components. By changing gears, the transmission adjusts the speed at which power is transferred from the engine to the driveline. This allows the driveline to adapt to different speed requirements, whether it’s for quick acceleration or maintaining a consistent speed during cruising.

2. Gearing: Driveline systems often incorporate various gears in the transmission, differential, or axle assemblies. Gears provide mechanical advantage by altering the speed and torque relationship. By employing different gear ratios, the driveline can adjust the rotational speed and torque output to match the requirements of the vehicle under different operating conditions.

Variations in Angles of Rotation:

Drivelines must accommodate variations in angles of rotation, especially in vehicles with flexible or independent suspension systems. The following components help manage these variations:

1. Universal Joints: Universal joints, also known as U-joints, are flexible couplings used in drivelines to accommodate variations in angles and misalignments between components. They allow for smooth power transmission between the drive shaft and other components, compensating for changes in driveline angles during vehicle operation or suspension movement. Universal joints are particularly effective in handling non-linear or variable angles of rotation.

2. Constant Velocity Joints (CV Joints): CV joints are specialized joints used in drivelines, especially in front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive vehicles. They allow the driveline to handle variations in angles while maintaining a constant velocity during rotation. CV joints are designed to mitigate vibrations, power losses, and potential binding or juddering that can occur due to changes in angles of rotation.

By incorporating these components and mechanisms, drivelines effectively handle variations in torque, speed, and angles of rotation. These features ensure smooth power transfer, optimal performance, and enhanced durability in various driving conditions and operating scenarios.

China Professional CZPT SWC-Bh Types Cardan Drive Shaft for Rolling Mill, Steel Mills Industry, Paper Mill Machinery Drive LineChina Professional CZPT SWC-Bh Types Cardan Drive Shaft for Rolling Mill, Steel Mills Industry, Paper Mill Machinery Drive Line
editor by CX 2024-04-11