SS 1615 Stainless Steel Taper Lock Bushing
Stainless steel tapered locking bushings are standard components used in drivetrains to secure components to shafts. A stainless steel version is a great option if the machine that will be using it will be placed in a food processing environment. These bushings are split flangeless but provide excellent clamping force.
We manufacture a wide range of stainless steel taper lock hubs and bushings for industrial applications. These tapered locking hubs and bushings are constructed from grade 300 stainless steel and feature detailed locking sections. For custom specifications, you can contact the company for assistance. Each stainless steel bushing is precisely measured and easy to lock, keeping it secure even at high temperatures. Stainless steel tapered locking bushings are available in a variety of sizes.
Dimensions of 1615 stainless steel taper lock bushing
- Bushing Size: SS-1615
- Bore Size: 1″、1-1/16″、1-1/8″、1-3/16″、1-1/4″、1-5/16″、1-9/16″、1-3/8″、1/2″、9/16″、1-5/8″、11/16″、13/16‘、3/4″、7/8″、15/16″、10mm、11mm、12mm、14mm、16mm、18mm、19mm、20mm、22mm、24mm、25mm、28mm、30mm、32mm、35mm、38mm、40mm、42mm
- Dimension (A): 2-1/4″
- Dimension (B): 1-1/2″
- Dimension (D): 2-1/8″
- Bushing Weight: 1 LBS.
If you’re wondering how to install a Taper-Lock bushing, this article is for you. It explains how to install this type of bushing and what steps need to be taken before getting started. The first step is to make sure your shaft is threaded. If not, you need to tap the threads of the shaft to loosen them. Next, slide the assembly onto the shaft. Then you must tighten the bushing carefully and evenly until it fits snugly. To prevent the bushing from cracking, be sure to change the direction in which it is tied to the shaft.
Before you start, you need to thoroughly clean the locking bushing. Clean inside and out. Wipe off excess oil with a rag. Remove it from the hub and make sure there are no cracks. Line up the new bushing with the half hole in the hub. Make sure the threads match the holes. After that, you need to tighten the screws to the recommended torque.
Before you start, make sure the axes are properly aligned. The sprockets should be positioned with their flanges facing the bushing with some clearance between them. Then, insert the screw into the bushing. After installing the screws, you can open the crankshaft and turn the sprocket to the desired position. To install the bushing, care must be taken not to damage the shaft.
Be sure to clean and lubricate the bushing before assembling it. Oil and grease can damage bushings, so be sure to clean all parts thoroughly before attempting work. Clean the shaft surface before installation. If it is dirty, you will also need to re-clean it. It is also important to remove burrs prior to installation. After that, use a suitable torque wrench to tighten the screws.
When you are ready to install the shaft, you should find the correct hole and insert the bushing. Make sure the half holes of the bushing match the corresponding half holes. If not, you can install the bushing by hand. Once the threading is complete, you can insert the bushing key and tighten the set screw. If the bushing doesn’t fit, you can key it in to ensure a secure fit.
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