N-EUPEX - A CLASSIC COUPLING FOR THE FUTURE
Double-cardanic design, combination with torque limiter or clamping element and much more for your optimal plant.
New in 2022: The types ERN, B, DKS and TPU elastomers – download the Techreport now
Find out more about the three couplings N-EUPEX ERN with torque limiter for more safety in your drivetrain, N-EUPEX B plus clamping element for increased serviceability and the shortest double-cardanic N-EUPEX DKS on the market in the TechReport: flender.com/n-eupex-2022
High-quality solutions for your plant
A wide variety of N-EUPEX® types offer optimum coupling solutions for every challenge. Couplings with a double-cardanic design, with torque limiter, with clamping element or short design enrich the extensive modular system of pin couplings. The flexible modular system provides sustainable options that optimize machines and systems and reduce maintenance. A high combination diversity and flexibility is ensured by diverse components.
Robust and proven a million times
Due to their torsional flexibility, N-EUPEX® couplings can move critical torsional vibrations away from the operating area of mechanical equipment in such a way that no negative effects on the drive train are to be expected. N-EUPEX couplings are made of high-quality cast iron. The flexible elements made of synthetic rubber (NBR) are available in different degrees of hardness for many applications. In addition, elastomers made of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) and of NBR with fabric inserts for increased load-bearing capacity are offered. Metal pins and flexible elements are designed so that no wear occurs when they are properly fitted.
Your benefits at a glance
Established as an industrial standard, worldwide in use
Did you know?
Original FLENDER® elastomers ensure the optimal operation of your system. The flexible elements of the N-EUPEX coupling are subject to compression. If the flexible elements are irreparably damaged, the hub parts come into contact with metal. This “emergency operation capability” is required, e.g., in the case of fire pump drives.