Standard Shaft Dimensions

The shaft used in a conveyor system on a pulley assembly is a function of two criteria, shaft diameter required for strength and shaft diameter required for deflection. The shaft and pulley are treated as a composite structural assembly. This is because the structural rigidity of the assembly depends upon both the shaft and the pulley and their interaction. A list of standard shaft dimensions used in bulk materials handling is provided below.




Shaft Diameter at locking element (mm) Type of End disk End disk inset (mm) Minimum Shell Thickness (mm) Min Hub Diameter (mm) End Disk Thickness at Hub (mm) End Disk Thickness at Shell (mm)
50 Turbine 30 14 134 25 14
65 Turbine 30 14 164 25 14
90 Turbine 30 18 220 30 18
120 Turbine 30 18 296 32 18
75 Turbine 30 14 194 30 14
100 Turbine 30 18 260 32 18
130 Turbine 30 18 316 40 18
150 Turbine 30 22 350 40 22
160 Turbine 30 22 376 40 22
140 Turbine 30 22 320 40 22
180 Turbine 35 22 360 50 22
260 T-Bottom 38 25 580 101 25
240 T-Bottom 38 25 550 101 25
220 T-Bottom 38 25 454 101 25
200 Turbine 35 25 420 50 14


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