Fluid Couplings

Fluid Couplings are mechanical two-piece mechanisms consisting of an impeller and a runner, both within a housing filled with oil. The impeller is connected to the driving shaft; the runner is connected to the driven shaft. In conveyor drives, the fluid coupling usually is placed between the motor and speed reducer. A list of fluid couplings is provided below.




Coupling name Coupling type Design features
T Constant fill Basic version
TV Constant fill Coupling with delay chamber
TVV Constant fill Coupling with enlarged delay chamber
TVS Constant fill Coupling with delay chamber and annular chamber shell
TVVS Constant fill Coupling with enlarged delay chamber and annular chamber shell
TV...F Constant fill Coupling with centrifugal force valves
TV...Y Constant fill Refilling holes between working space and delay chamber
TP Fill-controlled Bearing supported, separate oil system with valves and active cooling
TPK Fill-controlled Bearing supported, separate oil system with valves and active cooling
TPW Fill-controlled Special solution without housing
TPKL Fill-controlled Integral bearings, with oil tank, valves and active cooling
TurboBelt TPXL Family Fill-controlled Compact & lightweight drive solution, with XL profile for high power transmission, directly mounted on to the motor flange


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