Ensuring continuous operation of the driveline in the unlikely event of rubber damage vibration by selection of optimum stiffness characteristics.
Achieving low vibratory loads in the driveline components by selection of optimum stiffness characteristics.
Avoiding failure of the driveline under short circuit and other transient conditions.
With no lubrication or adjustment required resulting in low running costs.
Allows axial and radial misalignment between the driving and driven machines.
Eliminating torque amplifications through pre-compression of the rubber elements.
Giving quiet running conditions in sensitive applications by the elimination of metal to metal contact.
Available options are: Series 6, Series 8, Series 10, Series 16
2,3,4 or 5 rubber elements per cavity are available. Rubber elements up to 15" diameter are manufactured
The inner and outer members are manufactured in steel to BS3100 Grade A1.
Some sizes are available in SG Iron Castings to BS2789 Grade 420/12
One of 12 oil pumpsets fitted with a Renold Hi-Tec 838.0 DCB coupling between the Rolls Royce Diesel engine and the Weir pump for pumping crude oil 1000 miles from Sudan's Muglad Basin Oilfield to Port Sudan on the Red Sea Coast.5 off Waukesha gas engines connect to Leroy Somer alternators by Renold Hi-Tec 845.5 DCB couplings on a CHP system at Minworth sewage treatment works.
Spiers Engineering Pty. Ltd. is a full service CNC machine shop specializing in repairs, modification, quantity production, prototypes and R&D projects. Servicing a wide spectrum of Industries from small local manufacturers to large Fortune 500 Companies and Defence Industries, each job and customer is treated with individual dedication.
Whether it is a basic component or a complex design incorporating a large number of processes, the Spiers Engineering group has the know-how to tackle the most demanding precision component manufacturing tasks.
Spiers Engineering is a full service machine shop specialising in the following areas;
Custom-designed manufacturing service
Research and Development Projects