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China factory 3020 Taper Lock Bushings with high quality

3020 Taper Lock Bushings

3020 Tapered Locking Bushings are used in a very wide variety of applications for a number of different reasons. We offer our customers high-quality inch and metric size tapered locking bushings at the best prices in the industry without sacrificing quality. These bushings will be directly interchangeable with other manufactured bushings, so you don’t have to worry about compatibility. Additionally, we can supply bushings in stainless steel and special bores upon request! For more information or to get a quote for the 3020 Tapered Locking Bushing, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

Dimensions of the 3020 Taper Lock Bushings

  • Bushing Number: 2525
  • Bore: 1″、1/2″、10mm、11/16″、11mm、12mm、13/16″、14mm…..
  • Dimension (A): 4-1/4″
  • Dimension (B): 2″
  • Dimension (D): 4″
  • Number Of Set Screws: 2
  • Threads: 5/8″
  • Length: 1-1/4″
  • Wrench Torque: 800 LBS
  • Weight: 6.5 LBS

Installation

1. Clean all oil, dirt, and paint from the shaft, bushing holes, bushing exterior, and bores of components (sprockets, pulleys, etc.).
2. Insert the bushing into the assembly. Match hole patterns, not threaded holes (each hole is threaded on 1 side only).
3. Thread the set screw or cap screw into the half-threaded hole shown below. Install the assembly on the shaft.
4. Alternately set the torque setting or cap screw* to the recommended torque setting in the table below.
5. Fill all unoccupied holes with grease.

Removal

1. Remove any retaining or cap screws.
2. Insert the set screw or cap screw into the above hole.
3. To reinstall, complete all 5 (5) installation instructions.

How to Choose Taper Lock Bushing

Whether you are replacing a damaged bushing in your engine or looking for a more economical replacement, tapered locking bushings are an excellent choice for your application. While these simple devices have long been the standard for connecting machine shafts to transmission components, they require special attention and installation instructions to ensure proper operation. We will discuss some of the most important considerations when choosing this type of bushing.
Taper-Lock bushings are typically used in industrial applications where you want to maximize machine efficiency. Their tapered surfaces provide a secure and flexible connection between your main components and other components. They also feature keyways or threads that fit snugly against the hub due to the tapered surface. These bushings are designed and manufactured to precise dimensions and also to ISO standards.
To install a Taper-Lock bushing, you need to know how to size the shaft. The diameter of the shaft and the length of the bushing will determine the size. For example, if your shaft is 1.5″, then your bushing will be 1-1/2″ long. If you use metric-sized components, the corresponding bore is indicated by “MM” after the metric size. The tapered locking bushing will fit snugly against the pulley or sprocket and will not be visible when installed.
A tapered locking bushing (sometimes called a split tapered bushing) is a device that locks the drive to the shaft. Its split and tapered design provides a tight clamping fit and saves you machining time and money. It is available in a variety of materials including cast iron and stainless steel, as well as imperial and metric bores. If you are dealing with high torque applications, tapered locking bushings are the best choice for your project.

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Q1. Are you a factory?
A. Yes. We are a factory with more than 15 years of manufacturing experience.

Q2. Is OEM and ODM service available?

A. Of course. We have many years of experience in OEM& ODM service.

Q3. I am buying from another supplier, but need better service. Would you match or beat the price I am paying?
A. We always feel we provide the best service and competitive prices. We would be happy to personalize a competitive quote for you, email us.

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