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Involute Spline Shaft

Posted By: lesunscrew

Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2023

Price: $200.00

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https://www.lesunscrew.com/products/involute-spline-shaft.html
The metric spline shaft stock is the form of mandrel splines used by all the twin screw extruders over the world. The standards of the spline are Chinese GB standard, German DIN5480 (or DIN5482) and Japanese standard. The design of the involute spline shaft can make the groove depth of the screw larger, and ensure the mandrel and extending the service life of the screw element at the same time. The short-tooth involute shaft is commonly used by famous brand factories at home and abroad. It has many teeth, high strength, uniform force, and long mandrel life.


Spline Shaft Manufacturer
As a specialized spline shaft manufacturer, LESUN has the sophisticated machinery, capacity and fully trained employees, to produce different kinds of involute splined shafts. Wide selection of splined shafts for sale, welcome to consult.


Technical Details of Involute Splined Shafts for Sale
Brand:LESUN
Material:40CrNimo
Max Lentgh:6 meters
Application: Extruder
Screw Shaft Classification
1. Hexagonal shaft
2. Involute spline shaft
3. Single key shaft
Involute Spline Shaft Processing Characteristics
1. As a professional spline shaft supplier/manufacturer, all component materials are purcharsed from professional material supplier, to ensure quality of raw materials, element and metallographic analysis are coducted.
2. All components are finished by CNC grinding.
3. Screw and barrel wear is important for all plasticating applications, Lesun screw and barrel wear tolerances are critical.
4. Professional technical team can provide surveying and mapping business.


Lesun provides Extruder Spare Parts, twin screw extruder parts, plastic spline shaft, 6 spline shaft stock and etc. Contact us to know the details of involute spline shaft standard and splined shaft application or buy spline shaft.



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