Introduction to camlock fitting

Introduction to camlock fitting

The vertical joint of the camlock fitting parts has a round tolerance of 6 on the center of the rotation center, and 7 on the other side; the radial runout tolerance of the mating surface and the guide surface is 6 The radial cylindrical runout tolerance of other cylindrical surfaces is 7 grades; the coaxial tolerance of the mating surface and the guide surface facing the center of rotation is 5 grades. The camlock fitting manufacturer shall specify the required tightening torque of the bolts. The vertical flanges of the hub and spacer shall use hinged hole bolts and self-locking nuts, and the hole size tolerance zone shall be H8. Bolts should be limited to a certain mass range to avoid adverse effects on the camlock fitting’s balance when swapping. When the buyer requires electrical insulation for the camlock fitting, a camlock fitting with a spacer should be selected, and there should be an electrical insulator on the flange joint surface and the bolt area.
The design of the camlock fitting must take into account the amount of axial displacement between the two joints, which should be greater than 6 mm. When installing the camlock fitting, reserve the necessary compensation in the direction of thermal expansion. The construction of the gearless camlock fitting without spacers should allow for a proper amount of axial movement of the gear sleeve, allowing the internal and external teeth to move out of moderation so that the inspection of gear teeth and the maintenance of the equipment does not require disassembly of the camlock fitting. The structure of the camlock fitting should ensure that all parts are accurately centered. The inner and outer teeth of the fitting should be centered with tooth tops. In order to reduce potential imbalances, the tooth circumference is backlash.

The vertical joint of the camlock fitting parts has a round tolerance of 6 on the center of the rotation center, and 7 on the other side; the radial runout tolerance of the mating surface and the guide surface is 6 The radial cylindrical runout tolerance of other cylindrical surfaces is 7 grades; the coaxial tolerance of the mating surface and the guide surface facing the center of rotation is 5 grades. The seller of the camlock fitting shall state the required tightening torque of the bolts. The vertical flanges of the hub and spacer shall be made of bolts for reaming holes and self-locking nuts, and the hole size tolerance zone shall be H8. Bolts should be limited to a certain mass range to avoid adverse effects on the camlock fitting’s balance when swapping. When the buyer requires electrical insulation for the camlock fitting, a camlock fitting with a spacer should be selected, and there should be an electrical insulator on the flange joint surface and the bolt area.
The design of the camlock fitting must take into account the amount of axial displacement between the two joints, which should be greater than 6 mm. When installing the camlock fitting, reserve the necessary compensation in the direction of thermal expansion. The construction of the gearless camlock fitting without spacers should allow for a proper amount of axial movement of the gear sleeve, allowing the internal and external teeth to move out of moderation so that the inspection of gear teeth and the maintenance of the equipment does not require disassembly of the camlock fitting. The structure of the camlock fitting should ensure that all parts are accurately centered. The inner and outer teeth of the fitting should be centered with tooth tops. In order to reduce potential imbalances, the tooth circumference is backlash.

 

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