China Professional Ductile Iron Wide Range Universal Flexible Connection Dresser Pipe Coupling Joint

Product Description

Dedicated Couplings Adaptors for Ductile Iron Pipes ISO 2531/EN545 EN 14525, ANSI/AWWA C219

Description
SYI can supply the Dedicated Couplings dedicated Couplings, dedicated to connect the ductile iron pipe (upto DN2200)

SYI Dedicated Couplings DIMENSIONS

CHINAMFG S. N.

DN

pipe O.D.

O.D. Tolerance

D2

H

L

Min. pipe end prepared length

 

mm

DC40

40

56

+1.0

-3.0

120

102

166

100

DC50

50

66

+1.0

-3.0

126

102

166

100

DC60

60

77

+1.0

-3.0

135

102

166

100

DC65

65

82

+1.0

-3.0

156

102

166

100

DC80

80

98

+1.0

-3.0

184

102

166

100

DC100

100

118

+1.0

-3.0

205

102

166

100

DC125

125

144

+1.0

-3.0

232

102

166

100

DC150

150

170

+1.0

-3.0

264

102

173

100

DC200

200

222

+1.0

-3.5

315

102

173

100

DC250

250

274

+1.0

-3.5

374

102

173

100

DC300

300

326

+1.0

-3.5

426

102

173

100

DC350

350

378

+1.0

-3.5

494

152

254

150

DC400

400

429

+1.0

-4.0

544

152

254

150

DC450

450

480

+1.0

-4.0

595

152

254

150

DC500

500

532

+1.0

-4.0

650

152

254

150

DC600

600

635

+1.0

-4.5

753

152

254

150

DC700

700

738

+1.0

-4.5

858

152

254

150

DC800

800

842

+1.0

-4.5

962

152

254

150

DC900

900

945

+1.0

-5.0

1070

178

280

150

DC1000

1000

1048

+1.0

-5.0

1173

178

280

150

DC1100

1100

1152

+1.0

-6.0

1282

178

280

150

DC1200

1200

1255

+1.0

-6.0

1385

178

280

150

DC1400

1400

1462

+1.0

-6.0

1592

178

295

150

DC1500

1500

1565

+1.0

-6.0

1691

178

295

150

DC1600

1600

1668

+1.0

-6.0

1798

178

295

150

DC1800

1800

1875

+1.0

-6.0

2015

254

375

150/300

DC2000

2000

2082

+1.0

-6.0

2222

254

375

150/300

DC2200

2200

2288

+1.0

-6.0

2415

254

375

150/300

For other sizes not mentioned above, please contact us. We have right to change the data without further notice.


1. Material

BODY: Ductile Iron grade 500-7/450-10 in accordance with ISO 1083 or 70-50-05/65-45-12 with ASTM A536
GLAND: Ductile Iron grade 500-7/450-10 in accordance with ISO 1083 or 70-50-05/65-45-12 with ASTM A536
GASKET: Rubber E.P.D.M./SBR/NBR in accordance with EN 681.1
D-BOLTS AND NUTS: Carbon Steel Grade 8.8 with dacromet coating

2. Working Pressure: 16 Bar or 250 PSI
3. Fluid Temperature: 0°C – 50°C, excluding frost

4. Allowed Angular Deflection:
5. Joint Gap:19mm
6. Coating

External Coatings:
Liquid epoxy resin painting
Epoxy applied by FBE
According to customers’ requirements

Internal Coatings:
Liquid epoxy resin painting
Epoxy applied by FBE
According to customers’ requirements

7.Reference Rules
Designed and tested in accordance with EN14525, ANSI/AWWA C219 and EN545

Package
Packing: Different package CHINAMFG your request,like wood cases&pallets,ply-wood crates&pallets,steel crates&pallets and etc.

Quality Control
Company Profile

CHINAMFG has continually invested in better technology and production facilities. More than 4,000 patterns
are ready. We are capable to finish all the production processes from moulding, shot-blasting, machining, coating to packaging. We have over 100,000 m2 foundry land including:
-10,000 m2 of the pattern, sand mixing, polishing, machining, hydraulic pressure, coating, packaging workshops;
-4,000 m2 of 3 green sand moulding workshops and 1 resin sand moulding workshops;
-3,000 m2 of automatic moulding machine line and epoxy coating line
-professional laboratory
-machining shop
-and our own tooling shop

Strict process and operating regulations together with perfect quality assurance system making every production step under control. All the products are subject to tests and inspections including composition analysis, metallographic examination, dimension & surface finish inspection, ring test, tensile test, hardness test, hydrostatic test, CHINAMFG and coating test to be sure that the products meet the requirements of the standards.

Since 2009, CHINAMFG Pipeline has developed from a pipes & fittings seller to a professional project solution provider, including the 1 stop service and solution from pipes, fittings, couplings & flanged adaptors, valves, fire hydrants, to water CHINAMFG and accessories.

SYI products have served 111 countries CHINAMFG up to now!
Most of these customers cooperated with CHINAMFG for more than 20 years!
We value long term cooperation relationship mostly!

Welcome to send us an inquiry for more details and price!!!

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After-sales Service: Online Solution
Warranty: 1 Year
Connection: Press Connection
Structure: Universal
Flexible or Rigid: Flexible
Material: Iron
Samples:
US$ 50/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Customization:
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universal joint

Can universal joints be used in both horizontal and vertical orientations?

Yes, universal joints can be used in both horizontal and vertical orientations. Here’s a detailed explanation:

Universal joints are mechanical devices designed to transmit rotary motion between two shafts that are not in a straight line alignment. They consist of a cross-shaped or H-shaped yoke with bearings at each end that connect to the shafts. The design of universal joints allows them to accommodate angular misalignment between the shafts, making them suitable for various applications, including both horizontal and vertical orientations.

When used in a horizontal orientation, universal joints can transmit rotational motion between shafts that are positioned at different angles or offsets. They are commonly found in drivetrain systems of vehicles, where they transfer power from the engine to the wheels, even when the drivetrain components are not perfectly aligned. In this configuration, universal joints can effectively handle the torque requirements and misalignment caused by uneven terrain, suspension movement, or steering angles.

In a vertical orientation, universal joints can also be utilized to transfer rotational motion between shafts that are positioned vertically. This arrangement is often seen in applications such as industrial equipment, machinery, or agricultural implements. For example, in a vertical power transmission system, a universal joint can be used to connect a vertical driving shaft to a vertical driven shaft, enabling power transfer and accommodating any angular misalignment that may occur due to variations in shaft positions or vibrations.

It’s important to note that the specific design and selection of universal joints for different orientations should consider factors such as the torque requirements, operating conditions, and the manufacturer’s specifications. The orientation of the universal joint may affect factors such as lubrication, load-bearing capacity, and the need for additional support or stabilization mechanisms.

In summary, universal joints can be used in both horizontal and vertical orientations. Their ability to accommodate angular misalignment makes them versatile components for transmitting rotary motion between shafts that are not in a straight line alignment, regardless of the orientation.

universal joint

How does a constant-velocity (CV) joint differ from a traditional universal joint?

A constant-velocity (CV) joint differs from a traditional universal joint in several ways. Here’s a detailed explanation:

A traditional universal joint (U-joint) and a constant-velocity (CV) joint are both used for transmitting torque between non-aligned or angularly displaced shafts. However, they have distinct design and operational differences:

  • Mechanism: The mechanism of torque transmission differs between a U-joint and a CV joint. In a U-joint, torque is transmitted through a set of intersecting shafts connected by a cross or yoke arrangement. The angular misalignment between the shafts causes variations in speed and velocity, resulting in fluctuating torque output. On the other hand, a CV joint uses a set of interconnected elements, typically ball bearings or roller bearings, to maintain a constant velocity and torque output, regardless of the angular displacement between the input and output shafts.
  • Smoothness and Efficiency: CV joints offer smoother torque transmission compared to U-joints. The constant velocity output of a CV joint eliminates speed fluctuations, reducing vibrations and allowing for more precise control and operation. This smoothness is particularly advantageous in applications where precise motion control and uniform power delivery are critical. Additionally, CV joints operate with higher efficiency as they minimize energy losses associated with speed variations and friction.
  • Angular Capability: While U-joints are capable of accommodating larger angular misalignments, CV joints have a limited angular capability. U-joints can handle significant angular displacements, making them suitable for applications with extreme misalignment. In contrast, CV joints are designed for smaller angular displacements and are typically used in applications where constant velocity is required, such as automotive drive shafts.
  • Operating Angles: CV joints can operate at larger operating angles without significant loss in torque or speed. This makes them well-suited for applications that require larger operating angles, such as front-wheel drive vehicles. U-joints, on the other hand, may experience speed fluctuations and reduced torque transmission capabilities at higher operating angles.
  • Complexity and Size: CV joints are generally more complex in design compared to U-joints. They consist of multiple components, including inner and outer races, balls or rollers, cages, and seals. This complexity often results in larger physical dimensions compared to U-joints. U-joints, with their simpler design, tend to be more compact and easier to install in tight spaces.

In summary, a constant-velocity (CV) joint differs from a traditional universal joint (U-joint) in terms of torque transmission mechanism, smoothness, efficiency, angular capability, operating angles, complexity, and size. CV joints provide constant velocity output, smoother operation, and higher efficiency, making them suitable for applications where precise motion control and uniform power delivery are essential. U-joints, with their ability to accommodate larger angular misalignments, are often preferred for applications with extreme misalignment requirements.

universal joint

What industries commonly use universal joints?

Universal joints, also known as U-joints, are utilized in various industries where the transmission of rotary motion between misaligned shafts is required. Here are some of the industries that commonly use universal joints:

  • Automotive: The automotive industry extensively employs universal joints in vehicles. Universal joints are essential components in drivelines, connecting the transmission to the drive shaft and allowing power to be transmitted to the wheels. They accommodate the misalignment caused by the suspension system and enable smooth power transfer.
  • Industrial Manufacturing: Universal joints find widespread use in industrial manufacturing applications. They are employed in machinery and equipment such as conveyors, mixers, pumps, printing presses, and machine tools. Universal joints facilitate the transmission of motion at angles, enabling efficient operation and flexibility in various manufacturing processes.
  • Aerospace: The aerospace industry utilizes universal joints in aircraft and spacecraft systems. They are used in control mechanisms for movable surfaces such as wings, flaps, and rudders. Universal joints enable the transfer of motion and control inputs between different components, ensuring precise and reliable operation of aerospace systems.
  • Marine: Universal joints are commonly employed in the marine industry for various applications. They are used in propulsion systems to transmit power from the engine to the propeller shaft. Universal joints also find application in steering systems, allowing for the transfer of motion between the steering wheel and the rudder or outboard motor.
  • Agriculture: The agricultural industry relies on universal joints in various machinery and equipment used in farming operations. Tractors, combines, harvesters, and other agricultural machinery utilize universal joints to transmit power between different components, accommodating misalignment caused by the terrain and articulation requirements.
  • Construction and Heavy Equipment: Universal joints are commonly found in construction and heavy equipment. They are used in machinery such as cranes, excavators, loaders, and concrete mixers. Universal joints enable the transmission of power and motion between different parts of the equipment, accommodating misalignment and articulation required in construction and heavy-duty operations.
  • Railway: The railway industry relies on universal joints for various applications. They are used in drivetrain systems to transmit motion between different components, such as the engine, gearbox, and axles. Universal joints allow for smooth power transfer while accommodating the misalignment caused by the movement and suspension of trains.
  • Robotics and Automation: Universal joints are utilized in robotics and automation systems. They enable the transmission of motion between misaligned components in robotic arms, manipulators, and other automated systems. Universal joints provide flexibility and precise movement, allowing for efficient operation of robotic and automated processes.

These are just a few examples of the industries that commonly use universal joints. Their ability to transmit rotary motion between misaligned shafts makes them essential components in a wide range of applications, enabling efficient and reliable operation across various industries.

China Professional Ductile Iron Wide Range Universal Flexible Connection Dresser Pipe Coupling Joint  China Professional Ductile Iron Wide Range Universal Flexible Connection Dresser Pipe Coupling Joint
editor by CX 2024-04-04