ETP locking bushes – The best that shaft-hub joints have to offer
Shaft-hub joint in less than a minute
Friction-fit shaft-hub joints in no time at all.
- Fit locking bush over motor shaft
- Fit hub onto locking bush
- Tighten radial screw
Are you considering a possible application case?
When should you use a 1-screw locking bush?
When you can answer one or more of the following questions with Yes, a locking bush may be the perfect choice for your application:
- Quick and easy mounting/disassembly?
- Is a radial mounting necessary (difficulty of access with axial)?
- Frequent mounting/disassembly of the shaft-hub joint?
- Tight installation situation?
- High radial runout quality?
We have compiled the advantages of locking bushes in an easy-to-understand overview.
Which locking bush is the most suitable?
Which locking bush is best suited depends entirely on your application and the associated requirements.
- For frequent mounting/disassembly, the ETP-TECHNO® is an ideal choice.
- For very small installation spaces, the ETP-EXPRESS® is optimal.
- For high radial forces, the ETP-POWER® is recommended.
We have compiled an overview to make it easier for you to make your selection. This table cannot replace a personal consultation, but it does provide some guidance on which 1-screw socket could be best suited to your application
Quickly and easily find the right locking assembly.
With our locking assembly online tool, you can quickly and easily find the right locking assembly for your friction-fit shaft-hub joint.
Regardless of whether it is a mechanical clamping set, locking bush, or hydromechanical locking assembly. Our online tool will help you find the right products, incl. CAD data.