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PCMR Flexible Beam Coupling - Stainless Steel

Metric Stainless Steel Clamp Flexible Beam Coupling

Features

  • Flexible with low bearing loads
  • Corrosion resistant stainless steel
  • Multiple beam cuts improve parallel misalignment capabilities
  • Zero backlash
  • Constant velocity
  • RoHS2 and REACH Compliant
  • Maximum speed: 6,000 RPM
  • Bore tolerance: +.025mm/–.000mm
  • Temperature range: -40°F to 350°F

How to Specify

Part numbers are in the following format with numbers representing millimeters:

order bc

Inch to Metric Bore Combinations

  • Inch to metric bore combinations are available on the P-Series Beam Coupling conversion page
  • For help on inch to metric bore combinations please email


 
 
 
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Part
Number
Bore
B1 (mm)
Bore
B2 (mm)
Outer
Diameter
OD (mm)
Length
L (mm)
Shaft
Penetration
(mm)
Cap
Screw
Static
Torque
(Nm)
Torsional
Stiffness
(Deg/Nm)
Moment
of Inertia
x10-6 kg-m2
MISALIGNMENT
Angular Parallel (mm) Axial Motion (mm)
PCMR10 3mm to 3mm 9.5 14.3 5.97 M1.6 0.85 6.65 0.088
0.20 0.13
PCMR10-3-3-SS 3 3 9.5 14.3 5.97 M1.6 0.85 6.65 0.088
0.20 0.13
PCMR13 3mm to 3mm 12.7 19.1 6.73 M2 1.24 3.26 0.351
0.20 0.13
PCMR13-3-3-SS 3 3 12.7 19.1 6.73 M2 1.24 3.26 0.351
0.20 0.13
PCMR16 3mm to 5mm 15.9 20.3 8.53 M2 ≤ 2.26 ≤ 2.53 0.878
0.20 0.13
PCMR16-3-3-SS 3 3 15.9 20.3 8.53 M2 2.26 1.63 0.878
0.20 0.13
PCMR16-4-3-SS 4 3 1.81 2.53
PCMR16-4-4-SS 4 4 1.81 2.53
PCMR16-5-3-SS 5 3 1.81 2.53
PCMR16-5-4-SS 5 4 1.81 2.53
PCMR16-5-5-SS 5 5 1.81 2.53
PCMR19 3mm to 6mm 19.1 22.9 9.80 M2.5 ≤ 3.95 ≤ 1.58 2.048
0.20 0.13
PCMR19-3-3-SS 3 3 19.1 22.9 9.80 M2.5 3.95 0.75 2.048
0.20 0.13
PCMR19-4-3-SS 4 3 2.60 1.34
PCMR19-4-4-SS 4 4 2.60 1.34
PCMR19-5-3-SS 5 3 2.60 1.34
PCMR19-5-4-SS 5 4 2.60 1.34
PCMR19-5-5-SS 5 5 2.60 1.34
PCMR19-6-3-SS 6 3 2.15 1.58
PCMR19-6-4-SS 6 4 2.15 1.58
PCMR19-6-5-SS 6 5 2.15 1.58
PCMR19-6-6-SS 6 6 2.15 1.58
PCMR22 5mm to 8mm 22.2 27.0 11.43 M3 ≤ 3.05 ≤ 1.19 4.594
0.20 0.13
PCMR22-5-5-SS 5 5 22.2 27.0 11.43 M3 3.05 0.81 4.594
0.20 0.13
PCMR22-6-5-SS 6 5 2.71 0.95
PCMR22-6-6-SS 6 6 2.71 0.95
PCMR22-8-5-SS 8 5 2.49 1.19
PCMR22-8-6-SS 8 6 2.49 1.19
PCMR22-8-8-SS 8 8 2.49 1.19
PCMR25 6mm to 10mm 25.4 31.8 13.84 M4 ≤ 5.54 ≤ 0.83 9.275
0.38 0.25
PCMR25-6-6-SS 6 6 25.4 31.8 13.84 M4 5.54 0.70 9.275
0.38 0.25
PCMR25-8-6-SS 8 6 4.97 0.83
PCMR25-8-8-SS 8 8 4.97 0.83
PCMR25-10-6-SS 10 6 4.63 0.91
PCMR25-10-8-SS 10 8 4.63 0.91
PCMR25-10-10-SS 10 10 4.63 0.91
PCMR29 6mm to 12mm 28.6 38.1 17.02 M4 ≤ 7.12 ≤ 0.98 17.643
0.38 0.25
PCMR29-6-6-SS 6 6 28.6 38.1 17.02 M4 7.12 0.47 17.643
0.38 0.25
PCMR29-8-6-SS 8 6 6.78 0.50
PCMR29-8-8-SS 8 8 6.78 0.50
PCMR29-10-6-SS 10 6 6.10 0.63
PCMR29-10-8-SS 10 8 6.10 0.63
PCMR29-10-10-SS 10 10 6.10 0.63
PCMR29-12-6-SS 12 6 5.20 0.98
PCMR29-12-8-SS 12 8 5.20 0.98
PCMR29-12-10-SS 12 10 5.20 0.98
PCMR29-12-12-SS 12 12 5.20 0.98
PCMR32 6mm to 12mm 31.8 38.1 17.02 M4 ≤ 10.40 ≤ 0.57 26.977
0.38 0.25
PCMR32-6-6-SS 6 6 31.8 38.1 17.02 M4 10.40 0.27 26.977
0.38 0.25
PCMR32-8-6-SS 8 6 9.72 0.33
PCMR32-8-8-SS 8 8 9.72 0.33
PCMR32-10-6-SS 10 6 9.15 0.39
PCMR32-10-8-SS 10 8 9.15 0.39
PCMR32-10-10-SS 10 10 9.15 0.39
PCMR32-12-6-SS 12 6 7.91 0.57
PCMR32-12-8-SS 12 8 7.91 0.57
PCMR32-12-10-SS 12 10 7.91 0.57
PCMR32-12-12-SS 12 12 7.91 0.57

 

Note 1 Static torque ratings are at maximum misalignment. To obtain dynamic rating, static ratings should be divided by 2 for non-reversing applications and by 4 for reversing applications.
Note 2 Hardware is alloy steel with black oxide finish. Parts PSMR10, PSMR13, PSMR16 and PSMR19 have one set screw on each end. PSMR22, PSMR25, PSMR29 and PSMR32 have two set screws 120° apart.
Note 3 Performance ratings are for guidance only. The user must determine suitability for a particular application.
Note 4 Coupling torque and torsional stiffness are determined by the largest bore selected.
Note 5 Torque ratings for the couplings are based on the physical limitations/failure point of the machined beams. In some cases, especially when the smallest standard bores are used or where shafts are undersized, slippage on the shaft is possible below the rated torque of the machined beams. Keyways are available on straight bore couplings upon request. Please consult technical support for more assistance.

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