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The ETP Hyloc provides hub shaft connection even with high torque and radial loading and can be reset at diffrerent positions without losing concentricity

05/16/2013


The ETP Hyloc provides hub shaft connection even with high torque and radial loading and can be reset at diffrerent positions without losing concentricity. Courtesy: Zero-MaxThe ETP Hyloc provides hub-shaft connection in difficult operating environments and excellent concentricity despite high torque and radial loading of the system. Each roll-forming wheel in the system shapes steel material into bar stock as it passes through the system. This precise and accurate shaft to roll forming wheel connection produces smooth and consistent bar stock. The ETP Hyloc can be quickly repositioned on the shaft or removed for changing to another roll forming wheel size. It is also designed with an internal double-walled steel sleeve that encloses a conical shaped, moveable piston. The ETP Hyloc can be reset at different positions on the shaft without losing concentricity. 

Zero-Max, Inc. 

www.zero-max.com



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