Locking Mechanisms

SpecDrum have the ability to use various forms of locking mechanisms in order to hold the shaft in place within the pulleys.

KEYLESS LOCKING MECHANISMS

Keyless Locking Mechanisms offer simple installation, increased shaft strength and high torque transmission capacity.Keyless Locking Mechanism

MAIN ADVANTAGES

  • Standard Designs
  • Eliminates the necessity of a keyway
  • Extensive bore range: 20mm and upwards
  • Performs highly at transmission high torques
  • Good resistance to alternating torques
  • Operator-friendly installation and disassembly
  • Eliminates fretting corrosion
  • Includes shrink disks

 

KEYED LOCKING MECHANISMS

Our Taperlock Bushs are machined to precise tolerances therefore ensuring that they perform to the highest level. They are by far, our most popular means of Keyed Locking Mechanisms used in the manufacturing of our pulleys in both Ireland and China, and are certainly the most successful shaft fixing in the market today, and are available in both metric and imperial sizes. We use high quality machined Weld-On Hubs in tandem with our Taperlock Bushs in order to ensure the best outcome for our clients.Weld-On Hub

MAIN ADVANTAGES

  • Easy to install and remove
  • Full range in both metric and imperial sizes
  • Standard range fits up to 125mm/5″ shafts
  • Complete short reach range available, for compact lightweight assemblies
  • Our Weld-On Hubs have a  machine-shouldered outer diameter, thus allowing for easy location
    Taperlock Bush

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Testimonials

Terex Materials Processing, Dungannon source all its pulleys for the screening equipment from SpecDrum Engineering. We have found that they are a reliable and easy to work with supplier. With SpecDrum Engineering being a local supplier to our facility we operate with daily deliveries and work together to try and ensure we keep our stock to a minimum. We have found SpecDrum Engineering to be a very supportive organisation with any changes that we would like to make with our method of supply.

Robert Neill Supply Chain Manager, Powerscreen

Robert Neill
Supply Chain Manager, Powerscreen