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SWC Series-Medium-Duty Designs Cardan shaft

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Knowledge and Dimensions of SWC Series Common Joint Couplings

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SWC160 SWC180 SWC200 SWC225 SWC250 SWC265 SWC285 SWC315 SWC350 SWC390 SWC440 SWC490 SWC550 SWC620
A L 740 800 900 one thousand 1060 1120 1270 1390 1520 1530 1690 1850 2060 2280
LV 100 a hundred one hundred twenty one hundred forty one hundred forty 140 a hundred and forty a hundred and forty a hundred and fifty 170 190 190 240 250
M(kg) 65 83 one hundred fifteen 152 219 260 311 432 610 804 1122 1468 2154 2830
B L 480 530 590 640 730 790 840 930 100 1571 1130 1340 1400 1520
M(kg) 44 60 eighty five 110 160 one hundred eighty 226 320 440 590 820 1090 1560 2100
C L 380 420 480 five hundred 560 600 640 720 782 860 1040 1080 1220 1360
M(kg) 35 forty eight sixty six ninety 130 a hundred and sixty 189 270 355 510 780 970 1330 1865
D L 520 580 620 690 760 810 860 970 1030 1120 1230 1360 1550 1720
M(kg) forty eight sixty five ninety one hundred twenty 173 220 250 355 485 665 920 1240 1765 2390
E L 800 850 940 1050 1120 1180 1320 1440 1550 1710 1880 2050 2310 2540
LV one hundred 100 one hundred twenty 140 one hundred forty a hundred and forty a hundred and forty a hundred and forty 150 one hundred seventy 190 a hundred ninety 240 250
M(kg) 70 ninety two 126 one hundred sixty five 238 280 340 472 660 886 1230 1625 2368 3135
  Tn(kN·m) 16 22.4 31.5 forty 63 eighty 90 one hundred twenty five 180 250 355 500 710 one thousand
  TF(kN·m) eight eleven.2 sixteen 20 31.5 40 45 63 ninety a hundred twenty five a hundred and eighty 250 355 five hundred
  Β(°) fifteen fifteen fifteen 15 fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen 15 15 fifteen 15 15 fifteen
  D a hundred and sixty one hundred eighty two hundred 225 250 265 285 315 350 390 440 490 550 620
  Df a hundred and sixty 180 200 225 250 265 285 315 350 3690 440 490 550 620
  D1 137 155 one hundred seventy 196 218 233 245 280 310 345 390 435 492 555
  D2(H9) 100 a hundred and five 120 135 a hundred and fifty 160 one hundred seventy 185 210 235 255 275 320 380
  D3 108 114 a hundred and forty 159 168 180 194 219 245 273 299 325 402 426
  Lm 95 one hundred and five a hundred and ten one hundred twenty five a hundred and forty one hundred fifty a hundred and sixty one hundred eighty 195 215 260 270 305 340
  K 16 seventeen 18 twenty twenty five twenty five 27 32 35 forty forty two forty seven 50 55
  T 4 five 5 five 6 6 7 8 8 8 ten 12 12 twelve
  N 8 eight 8 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 sixteen sixteen 16 16
  D 15 seventeen 17 17 19 19 21 23 23 25 28 31 31 38
  B 20 24 32 32 forty forty forty 40 50 70 eighty 90 100 100
  G six. 7. nine. 9. twelve.five twelve.5 twelve.five 15. sixteen. 18. 20. 22.five 22.5 25
  MI(Kg) two.57 three 3.85 three.85 five.seventeen six 6.seventy five eight.25 ten.6 13 18.fifty 23.75 29.twelve 38.08
  Size M14 M16 M16 M16 M18 M18 M20 M22 M22 M24 M27 M30 M30 M36
  Tightening torque(Nm) a hundred and eighty 270 270 270 372 372 526 710 710 906 1340 1820 1820 3170

one. Notations: 
L=Standard length, or compressed length for designs with length compensation 
LV=Length compensation 
M=Weight 
Tn=Nominal torque(Yield torque 50% over Tn) 
TF=Fatigue torque, I. E. Permissible torque as determined according to the fatigue strength
Under reversing loads 
β=Maximum deflection angle 
MI=weight per 100mm tube
2. Millimeters are used as measurement units except where noted 
three. Please consult us for customizations regarding length, length compensation and
Flange connections. 
(DIN or SAT etc. )

Material: Alloy Steel
Load: Drive Shaft
Stiffness & Flexibility: Stiffness / Rigid Axle
Journal Diameter Dimensional Accuracy: IT6-IT9
Axis Shape: Straight Shaft
Shaft Shape: Real Axis

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Customization:
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Material: Alloy Steel
Load: Drive Shaft
Stiffness & Flexibility: Stiffness / Rigid Axle
Journal Diameter Dimensional Accuracy: IT6-IT9
Axis Shape: Straight Shaft
Shaft Shape: Real Axis

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Customization:
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The Different Parts of a PTO Shaft

Power Take-Off (PTO) shafts are an integral part of a tractor’s driveline. Without them, a tractor cannot operate. It is essential to understand the different parts of a PTO shaft, as they are crucial for the operation of your tractor. These parts are typically overlooked during routine tractor maintenance checks, but knowing more about them will help you practice on farm machinery better.

Tractor’s power take-off (PTO) shaft

Shaft CollarA Tractor’s power take-off (or PTO) shaft transfers power from the tractor to an implement. These shafts typically rotate at speeds between 540 and 1000 rpm. A number of safety features help prevent accidental contact between the shaft and the implement.
In order to avoid this problem, tractor operators should be vigilant while operating their tractors. They should make sure that the tractor’s power take-off (PTO) shaft is shielded. These shields include a master shield for the PTO stub, a PTO integral journal shield, and an implement input connection shield. The PTO master shield is mounted on the tractor and extends over the PTO stub on three sides. It is designed to prevent collisions between the tractor and any connected machine drive shaft.
A power take-off (PTO) shaft is an important component on any tractor. It is a shaft that transmits mechanical power from a tractor to an implement or separate machine. Early PTOs used a transmission and were located at the rear of the tractor. They are now available with hydraulic or mechanical drivelines. These power take-offs transfer the tractor’s power to a secondary piece of equipment through a driveshaft.
Proper PTO shaft guards protect people from stepping on rotating shafts. The PTO should not compress fully at any point in the operating range. It should have several inches of overlap at the maximum operating extension. A PTO guard should be positioned properly for each machine.
Despite these benefits, there are still many risks associated with PTO shafts. These powerful and potentially dangerous pieces of machinery can cause severe injury if not used safely. Luckily, proper installation of safety shields can reduce the risk of injury.

Types

PTO shafts come in a variety of different shapes, sizes, and materials. The most common types are square and round, but there are also star-shaped and trilobed types. While the star-shaped type is a typical North American design, the trilobed and lemon-shaped varieties are typically German or Italian. Typically, the lemon-shaped ones are made of an alloy called ‘Lemon Yellow.’ In some cases, the shaft will come with snap rings.
Different manufacturers use various materials for their PTO shafts. The tube of a welded drive shaft must be strong enough to handle the force exerted by the PTO. There are many different materials available, but some are stronger than others. Before choosing the type of drive shaft that is right for your machine, make sure that you know the exact measurements of your driveline.
When deciding between different types of PTO shafts, you must also consider the materials that will be used for your particular application. While splines are the most common material for PTO shafts, you can find various types that have different uses. Carbon steel is malleable and has a low carbon content, which makes it more reliable. A ferrous steel is more durable and contains metals like nickel, chromium, and molybdenum, which make it a great alternative to carbon steel.
A PTO gearbox input shaft extends between the PTO gearbox and the PTO clutch. It is mounted with a toothed wheel 8. An inductive sensor 9 on the shaft outputs a pulsed electronic signal based on the rotational speed of the shaft. These pulsed signals are called inductive speed sensors.

Rotation direction

The PTO shaft is a critical part of the power take-off of a farm tractor. It allows the tractor to transfer power from the engine to an implement such as a mower or other garden equipment. The rotation direction of the PTO shaft depends on the type of implement. Some implements only accept rotation in one direction, while others require rotation in both directions.

Safety chain

Shaft CollarOne of the best ways to protect your PTO shaft is to use a safety chain. A safety chain is a chain that is attached to the PTO shaft, and it prevents the plastic shield from spinning on the shaft. This chain should be fastened to a suitable point on your machine or tractor. It should not be attached to the lower lift arms or the U-guard.
PTO shafts can be very dangerous if they are not guarded. They can rotate as high as 1000 rpm and could seriously injure you. It is also important to ensure that the PTO shaft guard is fitted correctly, and that the tractor is turned off before working on it. In addition, avoiding wearing loose clothing when working around a PTO shaft can help protect your life.
Another way to protect the PTO shaft is to shield the IID shaft. This can be done by using shielding over the straight part of the shaft, the PTO connection, or the Implement Input Connection. A protruding bolt or pin can catch clothing and snag it. If not shielded, the clothing can wrap around the shaft, trapping the person against it.
A good safety chain should be positioned between the tractor and the PTO shaft. The chain should be at least 50 mm wider than the PTO shaft, and should be in good condition. It should cover the entire length of the PTO shaft from the tractor to the first bearing. The PTO shaft must also be fitted with the correct bearing ring. It is also vital to ensure that the PTO guard does not bend or break, as this could result in damage to the PTO shaft.

Shield

Shaft CollarA PTO shaft shield protects the PTO shaft from possible impacts. It is typically made of plastic, but can also be made of metal. These shields are easy to damage, and are therefore preferably made of a durable material. The shields are held in place with brackets. The shields are made with two parts: an inner shield and a protective sleeve.
An improvement to the PTO shaft shield is a bracket that supports both the outer and PTO shaft. It is shown in conjunction with a towed machine in FIGS. 2 and 7. FIG. 7 is a side elevation of the bracket mounted to the tongue of the machine. This shield is designed to prevent the PTO shaft from becoming damaged during the towed process.
The main risk associated with PTO mishaps is entanglement, which can result in serious injuries. If a shaft separates from a tractor, it can strike nearby workers or people. Proper maintenance can minimize the risk of entanglement and save lives. Thankfully, equipment manufacturers have made huge strides in reducing the risk of these accidents. Operators should always make sure that the PTO shaft shield is in place to avoid the risk of entanglement.
In addition to preventing entanglement, a PTO shaft shield also helps protect the universal joints that are mounted on the PTO shaft. The shield is made of plastic or steel. It is typically shaped like an inverted U and covers both the top and sides of the shaft. A detachable PTO shaft shield is also available.
As with all parts of a PTO driveline, the PTO shaft shield should be maintained to prevent damage to the bearings. It is necessary to inspect the shield and replace it whenever it becomes damaged. PTO equipment is often used outdoors, and it is frequently exposed to crop debris, rust, and dirt that can affect the bearings. Proper maintenance will extend the equipment’s lifespan and reduce maintenance costs.
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editor by CX 2023-04-07