Drop-out spacer disc couplings unveiled

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Series 57 drop-out spacer disc couplings are introduced with enhanced AGMA Class 9 rating as standard with no balance required up to 3,600 rpm.

All couplings have fully interchangeable parts without need for match-marked components. Fully manufactured in the United States, Series 57 comprises 4140 alloy steel components, 301 XH stainless steel discs, and the manufacturer's patent pending self-piloting disc cartridges.

With continuous torque ratings from 2,500 to 3.5-million-in.-lb, the new drop-out space disc couplings are also available in optional Class 10 and Class ratings.

Additional Series 57 specifics are yours free for the asking.

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