Shaft clamps for quick and easy locking.
More Efficient Than Conventional Method
As the handle is turned down, it pushes the locking block toward the shaft for clamping. When the handle is released, the flat spring allows the locking block to be returned to the original position.
Simple vertical handle motion is perfect for applications where position adjustments are often made.
For locking, the handle is turned down as directed by an arrow mark on the side. For releasing, the handle is turned up in the counter direction.
Neither setscrews nor adjustable handles are needed. No tools are needed for handle operation.
No space needed for the handle to swing.
Some space needed for the handle to swing.
Compact size for installation even in small space. Proper Shaft Diameter(mm) : 10 12 14 15 16 20
Both front and back faces can be used for mounting. The tapped holes on the 2 sides allows for versatile mounting.
Clamping by spring pressure
Unclamping by air pressure
Supplying air allows compressing the spring to get the shaft unlocked. Releasing the air allows getting the spring to work to lock the shaft.
Connecting air plumbing to multiple quick shaft-locking clamps installed allows doing clamping/unclamping in one operation. Perfect for use on machines where many clamping/unclamping cycles are run, or for multi-clamping applications.
With air supply, remote operation can be done or installation is possible at places out of reach. Can be also installed at invisible places like the backside of machines, for maintenance of machines' appearance.
The mechanism of spring-pressure clamping and air-pressure unclamping prevents shaft-locking force from getting lowered. With clamping automization, any operator can do uniform clamping.
No need of larger installation space than the body size(no handle-operating space needed).