This has the effect of shifting the critical rotational speeds into speed ranges higher than those of the engine. The drive is thus sub-critical and is free from such critical rotational speeds which could produce dangerous torsional vibrations over the whole speed range of the engine.
The coupling is usually built into a housing between the diesel engine and the hydraulic pump or power distribution gearbox. Naturally, fairly high temperatures predominate inside this housing. Because of its extremely high thermal stability, the Centaflex H is the one best suited for this purpose, even with a totally enclosed housing. In addition it is oil-resistant
- High performance with compact dimensions.
- High torsional stiffness, yet accomodation of minor misalignments and dampening of vibrations.
- High permissible rotational speeds.
- extremely high thermal stability -50° to +150° C (-58° to +300°F).
- Oil resistant.
- Easy push in assembling.
- Free of axial forces.
- Free of wear hub-shaft screw clamping.
- Free of maintenance.
- Cost efficient.