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Material Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel                                                                                                      
Color Customer’s Request
Size 1/4″-2″
Logo Customized  logo or USing our ‘Q’
Place of orgin ZheJiang ,China (Mainland)
OEM Accepted Yes
Thread NPT G BSP
Type Hydraulic hose quick coupling
Technology CNC Machining
Material Brass
Application Physical construction,hydraulic installation,auto parts,sleeves
Packing plastic bags inside ,and outside with cartons
Payment terms T/T
Delivery terms FOB(ZheJiang )
Marketing all over the world ,mainly in Europe and America
Delivery time With 20days after order confirmed,depends on your quantity

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Q: How can you ensure your product quality?
A: We will arrange sample confirmation before production. During the production, we have professional QC staffs control the quality and manufacture in accordance to the confirmed sample.

Q: Do you offer hydraulic quick coupling fitting OEM service and can you produce as our drawings?
A: Yes. We offer quick coupling OEM service and your designed drawings.

Q: Do you provide samples ? is it free or extra ?
A: Yes, we could offer the sample for free charge but do not pay the cost of freight.

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A: Payment=1000USD, 30% T/T in advance ,balance before shippment.

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fluid coupling

Factors to Consider when Choosing between a Fluid Coupling and a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive)

When selecting between a fluid coupling and a VFD for a power transmission application, several factors should be taken into account:

  • Speed Control Requirements: Consider whether variable speed control is essential for your application. VFDs are excellent for applications that require precise and flexible speed control, while fluid couplings typically offer limited speed control capabilities.
  • Energy Efficiency: Evaluate the energy efficiency requirements of your system. VFDs can offer higher energy efficiency by allowing the motor to run at optimal speeds, whereas fluid couplings introduce some energy losses due to slip.
  • Starting Torque: Examine the starting torque requirements of the driven load. Fluid couplings can provide high starting torque and smooth acceleration, which may be advantageous for applications with high inertia loads.
  • Overload Protection: Consider the need for overload protection. Fluid couplings inherently provide some protection against shock loads by allowing slip, while VFDs may require additional protective mechanisms.
  • Maintenance and Service: Evaluate the maintenance and service requirements of both systems. Fluid couplings are generally simpler and require less maintenance compared to VFDs, which involve electronic components.
  • Cost: Compare the initial and long-term costs of both options. VFDs often have higher upfront costs but can provide significant energy savings in the long run, while fluid couplings may have lower initial costs but could lead to higher energy consumption.

Ultimately, the choice between a fluid coupling and a VFD depends on the specific needs of your application. Each option has its advantages and limitations, and a thorough analysis of the operating conditions and performance requirements will help determine the most suitable solution for your system.

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Fluid Coupling’s Handling of Load Changes during Operation

Fluid couplings are designed to efficiently handle changes in load conditions during operation, providing smooth and controlled power transmission. Here’s how fluid couplings accomplish this:

1. Torque Sensing: Fluid couplings are torque-sensitive devices. As the load on the driving side varies, the torque transmitted through the fluid coupling adjusts accordingly. When the load increases, the fluid coupling allows for some slip between the input and output sides, absorbing the excess torque. Conversely, when the load decreases, the fluid coupling reduces slip and transmits more torque, accommodating the new load conditions.

2. Load Distribution: In multi-drive systems, fluid couplings help to distribute the load evenly among connected equipment. When one machine experiences a higher load, the fluid coupling redistributes torque to prevent overloading of a specific component, ensuring a balanced power distribution.

3. Smooth Power Transmission: Fluid couplings offer a smooth and gradual transmission of power, even during load changes. Unlike mechanical clutches or direct couplings, fluid couplings provide a dampening effect, reducing shock loads and torsional vibrations when the load fluctuates. This minimizes stress on the connected machinery and enhances overall system reliability.

4. Soft Start and Stop: One of the significant advantages of fluid couplings is their ability to facilitate soft start and stop operations. During startup, the fluid coupling allows for controlled slip, gradually increasing the speed of the driven equipment. Similarly, during shutdown, the fluid coupling smoothly decelerates the connected machinery, preventing sudden stops that could cause damage or excessive wear.

5. Overload Protection: In situations where the load surpasses the rated capacity, the fluid coupling acts as an overload protector. By slipping and absorbing excess torque, it prevents damage to the connected equipment and the fluid coupling itself. This overload protection contributes to the safety and longevity of the entire system.

6. Automatic Adjustment: Fluid couplings automatically adjust to variations in load conditions without the need for manual intervention. This feature makes them suitable for applications with changing load demands, such as conveyors, crushers, pumps, and fans.

Overall, the ability of fluid couplings to handle changes in load conditions ensures stable and efficient power transmission while protecting the machinery from abrupt stress and wear. This makes fluid couplings an excellent choice for various industrial applications that require reliable and flexible power transfer.

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Principle of Hydrodynamic Fluid Coupling

A hydrodynamic fluid coupling operates on the principle of hydrokinetics, utilizing hydraulic fluid to transmit power between an engine or prime mover and a driven load. The key components of a fluid coupling are the impeller, the turbine, and the housing filled with hydraulic fluid.

Here’s how the principle works:

  1. Impeller: The impeller is connected to the engine’s crankshaft and is responsible for driving the hydraulic fluid. As the impeller rotates, it creates a flow of fluid within the housing.
  2. Fluid Flow: The rotational motion of the impeller causes the fluid to move radially outward, towards the housing walls. This generates a high-velocity fluid flow in the housing.
  3. Turbine: The turbine is connected to the driven load, such as a transmission or machinery input shaft. As the fluid flows onto the blades of the turbine, it causes the turbine to rotate.
  4. Power Transmission: The kinetic energy of the high-velocity fluid is transferred to the turbine, resulting in the rotation of the driven load. The power transmission is achieved purely through the hydrodynamic effect of the fluid flow.
  5. Slip: In a fluid coupling, there is always a slight difference in speed (slip) between the impeller and the turbine. This slip is necessary to allow the fluid to accelerate from rest to the speed of the turbine. As a result, the output speed of the driven load is always slightly less than the input speed from the engine.

Hydrodynamic fluid couplings provide several advantages, such as smooth power transmission, overload protection, and torsional vibration dampening. However, they do not provide torque multiplication like torque converters do, making them more suitable for applications where precise speed matching is required.

China Standard Kzf 3/4China Standard Kzf 3/4
editor by CX 2023-10-16