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Bibby Transmissions Group

Taper Grid Resilient Couplings


Gear Couplings

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

General Information
Application Service Factors
Table 1
Application

Service Factor

Agitators ............................................................. 1.0


Blowers
Centrifugal...................................................... 1.0
Lobe/Vane ....................................................... 1.25
Clay Working Machines
Brick press, Pug mill, Briquette machine...... 1.75
Compressors
Centrifugal......................................................
Lobe/Rotary ....................................................
Reciprocating:
1 to 3 cylinders ...............................................
4 or more cylinders ........................................

1.0
1.25
3.0
1.75

Conveyors
Uniformly fed horizontal:
Screw, Apron, Assembly, Belt,
Chain, Flight, Oven ........................................ 1.0
Heavy duty:
Dredge. Inclined belt and screw ................... 1.5
Reciprocating.................................................. 3.0
Cranes and Hoists
Main hoist - medium duty/mine haulage..... 2.5
Main hoist - heavy duty................................. 3.0
Long or cross travel/Slew or luff
skip hoist/slope............................................... 1.75
Crushers............................................................... 2.5
Dredgers .............................................................. 2.0
Elevators
Centrifugal and gravity discharge .................1.25
Fans
Centrifugal.......................................................1.0
Forced draught................................................1.5
Induced draught with damper.......................1.5
Mine/Cooling tower....................................... 2.0
Induced draught without control................. 2.0
Food
Beet Slicer .......................................................
Cereal cooker .................................................
Dough mixer...................................................
Meat grinder ..................................................
Bottling, can filling ........................................

1.75
1.25
1.75
1.75
1.00

Generators
Even Load ....................................................... 1.0
Hoist and Railway service .............................. 1.5
Welder load .................................................... 2.0
Kiln....................................................................... 2.0
Laundry Machines .............................................. 2.0

The above service factors are for general


guidance only and should be considered as
a minimum. They are complimentary to
customers specialized knowledge of their
own equipment.

Application

Service Factor

Machine Tools
Main drives ..................................................... 1.5
Notching press/Planer/Punch......................... 1.75
Auxiliary and traverse drives......................... 2.0
Metal Working
Presses .............................................................
Hammers.........................................................
Straighteners ..................................................
Bending...........................................................
Shears..............................................................
Punching .........................................................

2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
2.0

Mills (Rotary type)


Ball or Pebble ................................................. 2.0
Rod or tube .................................................... 2.0
Dryer and cooler ............................................ 1.75
Mixers
Drum ............................................................... 1.5
Concrete (continuous or intermittent) ......... 1.75
Grizzly ............................................................. 2.0

Application

Steel Industry
Soaking pit/Cover drive:Lift ...................................................................
Travel...............................................................
Coilers (up or down) cold mills only .............
Coilers (up or down) Hot mills only..............

1.0
2.0
1.5
2.0

Coke plants
Pusher rain drive ............................................
Door opener ...................................................
Pusher and Lorry car traction drive ..............
Cold mills-Strip and temper mills..................
Hot mills-Strip and sheet mills ......................

2.5
2.0
3.0
2.0
3.0

Reversing, blooming or slabbing mills ............


.......................... Refer to Bibby Transmissions
Edging mills ..... Refer to Bibby Transmissions

Oil Industry
Chiller.............................................................. 1.25
Oil well pumping
(<than 150% peak torque)............................ 2.0
Paper Mills
Bleacher ...........................................................1.0
Felt stretcher....................................................1.25
Stock chest/stock pump-rotary/winder ..........1.5
Bleacher and pulper/Calender/Couch/
Dryer/ Fourdrinier/Press/Pulp grinder/
Suction roll ..................................................... 1.75
Jordan/Stock pump-reciprocating ................. 2.0
Barking drum/Chipper ................................... 2.5
Plastic
Calenders/Crushers/Extruders/Mixers ............ 1.5
Pulverisers
Roller/Hammer mill, light duty ..................... 1.5
Hog/Hummer mill, heavy duty ...................... 1.75
Pumps
Centrifugal......................................................
Descaling with accumulators/
Rotary gear, Lobe and Vane..........................
Reciprocating:
1 cylinder, single or double acting................
2 cylinder, single acting .................................
2 cylinders, double acting .............................
3 cylinders or more ........................................

1.0
1.25
3.0
2.0
1.75
1.5

Service Factor

Rubber Industry
Extruder .......................................................... 1.75
Calender.......................................................... 2.0
Bunbury mixer/Cracker/
Mixing mill/Plasticator/Refiner ...................... 2.5

Cooling beds...................................................
Wire drawing/Slitters, steel mills only ..........
Drawbench/Furnace pusher/hot and cold
saws/Ingot curs/Reelers/Straighteners...........
Seamless tube mills piercer/
Rod mills/mill tables/Manipulators/
Feed rolls-blooming mills ..............................

1.5
1.75
2.0

3.0

Sugar Industry
Cane carrier and leveller.................................1.75
Cane knife and crusher...................................2.0
Mill stands Turbine driven-Helical
or Herringbone gears .....................................1.5
Electric drive or steam driven with all
Helical or Herringbone or spur gears
with any prime mover ....................................1.75
Textiles
Batcher............................................................ 1.25
Dyeing machinery .......................................... 1.25
Calender/Card machine/Dry can/Loom ......... 1.5
Tobacco and Cigarette Machinery..................... 1.5
Water Waste Treatment
Aerators .......................................................... 1.5
Screw pumps .................................................. 1.5
Screens ............................................................ 1.5
Wind Turbines ..................................................... 1.25
Wood Working Machinery
Trimmers, haulage, barkers, planes, saws .... 2.0

Reciprocating Engines
Table 1A
Number of Cylinders

Service Factor

6 and over 0.5 + S.F. Table 1


4

1.0 + S.F. Table 1

Less than 4 Refer to Bibby Transmissions

For drives where the operation is near or


actually passes through a major torsional
natural frequency, a mass elastic analysis of
the system is advised. When the Service
Factor in Table 1 is greater than 2.0 consult
your supplier or Bibby Transmissions.

Information Required
Type of Prime Mover

Table 2

HP or Torque Rating

Maximum Coupling Bore Sizes

Rotational speed rpm

Duty Class

Load Classification

Max. Bore Size

What application the coupling


is to be used on

Uniform

Steady load, soft start, very rarely


subjected to maximum loading

Catalogue
Maximum Bore

Type of duty (eg. reversing or


unidirectional, frequency of starts and
peak torques)

Medium

Steady load with superimposed


cyclic load fluctuations

Boss Diameter
1.45

Heavy

Repeated maximum load fluctuations/


shock loads

Boss Diameter
1.5

Extra Heavy

Regularly subjected to fully


reversing maximum loads

Boss Diameter
1.6

Diameter of drive and driven shafts


Any gaps such as limited end float

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Range of Couplings

General Information

Any other physical limitations


Any other specific needs

Note: Where high peak loads and brake


applications please contact Bibby
Transmissions.

Rating - Information may be found on


the nameplate of the motor etc.
Service Factor - When selecting a
coupling it is important to consider the
characteristics of the drive and driven
equipment. A figure known as the Service
Factor has been calculated based on an
average of a wide range of applications.
This can be used as a guide in the selection
process and is displayed in Table 1 on
page 2.

Should full information not be supplied


to Bibby Transmissions at the time of
ordering it will be the responsibility of
the customer to ensure that the coupling
has been correctly selected.
As our policy is one of continual
improvement, this specification is not to
be regarded as binding in any way, and is
subject to alteration without notice.
Certified drawings are available on
request.

Size - In making the selection from the


following product groups which is most
suited to the application, select a size
equal to or, higher than the rating
calculated. Particular attention should be
made to bore sizes and guidance for this
is in the Table related to Max Bore Sizes.
Speed - Ensure that the speed is
compatible.

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Taper Grid Resilient Couplings


Series 2000H and Series 2000V

Dr James Bibby originally invented the


Resilient Coupling in 1917 and the 2000
series is the latest version of this well
accepted product. This Bibby Transmissions
product has become universally accepted
where reliable protection against shaft
misalignment and vibration is desirable.
Since those early days refinements in
design and material specifications have
kept pace with advancing technology,
achieving significant improvements in
power/weight ratios.

High Performance
The Bibby Transmissions Series 2000 Taper
Grid Coupling continues that tradition.
The tapered grid is made from high
tensile alloy steel which is carefully
formed to the grid shape before
hardening and tempering under
controlled conditions. The grid surface is
then shot-peened. This process leaves the
grid spring with a residually stressed
surface layer which is in compression and
which impedes the propagation of cracks.
Since nearly all fatigue and stress
corrosion failures originate at the surface
of a part, the layer of compressive stress
induced by shot-peening produces a
dramatic increase in the working life and
fatigue strength of the grid. This
technological improvement in
manufacturing process coupled with
precise monitoring of raw material
specification and control of trapezoidal
shape, permits Bibby Transmissions to
offer state of the art grid springs of high
performance and reliability.

2000H

2000V

Horizontally Split Cover

Vertically Split Cover

General purpose

General purpose

Easy access to grid minimizes downtime

Ideal for higher running speeds

Ideal for limited space applications


Stop lug in cover prevents spinning
during reversing service

progressive loading under torsional shock


conditions. The combination of tapered
grid and precision manufactured hub
provides a high performance transmission
arrangement which is easily assembled,
extremely capable of cushioning shock
loads tolerant of drive misalignments.
Long Life
While the coupling is designed for long
life under arduous conditions,
maintenance and taper grid replacement
can be performed quickly and easily
without the need to move and realign
connected equipment.

should be provided by set screws. Relative


sizes and positions are given in the
following table.
For sizes above 2090T or where interference
fits are preferred for smaller coupling
sizes, bore tolerances should provide an
interference fit between shaft and hub of
0.0002 to 0.0007mm per mm of diameter,
consistent with AGMA standards.

Set Screw x Length


(Cone Point)

Position from
Hub Faces
2202 = 1.2
2203 = 1.3

Two cover design options are available in


the Bibby Transmissions Series 2000 range
of couplings. Both designs have been
carefully engineered to match the quality
standards of the key components and to
provide a shaft coupling which is highly
reliable and easy to install.

2204 = 1.5
2205 = 1.7
2206 = 2.0
2207 = 2.1
2208 = 2.5
2209 = 2.8

Recommended Fits between


Shafts and Hubs
S

Scientific Design

The hub is precision manufactured from


high quality materials, with the hub tooth
profile scientifically designed to permit

Coupling bore tolerances for sizes up to


and including 2090T can be specified to
suit a transition fit with the shaft. In
these instances axial restraint of the hub

90

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Taper Grid Resilient Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Principle
Positive protection against the damaging
effects of shock loads, impact loads and
vibration.
The Series 2000 is torsionally flexible.
The circumferential flexibility is progressive
due to the curved profile of the grooves state-of-the-art in resilient coupling
design.

Light load

Normal load

Shock load

Accommodating Shaft Misalignment


and End-Float
The Series 2000 will accommodate
combinations of misalignments present at
set-up or occurring during machine
displacement, settlement etc.
Effectiveness of Torsional Damping
As the Series 2000 coupling transmits
torque, the flexing of the tapered grid
spring de-tunes vibrations and cushions
shock loads.
Amplitude of shock

50
40

Transmission shock
without Bibby coupling

Limited End-Float kits


are available on
request.
Parallel

Angular

powerful de-tuning action is produced


which continuously alters the natural
frequency of the system and prevents a
build-up of resonance in the system. The
resultant reduction in peak loading
protects and extends the life of the
transmission equipment.
Versatile Design

30
20
16

Transmission shock
with Bibby coupling

Both 2000H and 2000V couplings feature


identical hubs and grid springs, the
different cover styles endowing the units
with great versatility - one is horizontally
split, the other is vertically split.

End-Float

The stock coupling can be used vertically


or horizontally without modification.
Easy Installation and Maintenance
The grid springs are easily installed by
hand or with a soft mallet. The cover
fasteners can be tightened with standard
wrenches. Every Bibby Transmissions
Series 2000 coupling is delivered with
detailed installation instructions.

All coupling components are designed to


be interchangeable with other popular
taper grid couplings available in North
America.

Periodic lubrication of the coupling is


required and each cover half is supplied
with standard plugs which can be easily
removed for re-lubrication. Extended
lubrication periods and enhanced
coupling life can be achieved by using
high performance lubricants referred to
in the maintenance instructions.

1. Nominal Torque (simple selection method)

2. Nominal Torque (formula method)

3. Peak Torque (formula method)*

A 4 cyl. diesel engine driven generator set


of 280 kW runs at 1000 rpm. Output and
input shafts are identical being 90mm dia
x 130mm long. A Bibby type TH,
horizontally split, coupling is specified for
ease of assembly.

An electric motor of 300 kW is to be


coupled to drive a rotary screw
compressor at 1000 rpm. Motor shaft is
85mm dia x 110mm long. Compressor
shaft 75mm x 100mm long. A Bibby type
TV, vertically split, coupling is required.

- The service factor from page 2 must be


included
Table 1 = 1.0: Additional factor (engine)
from Table 1A = 1.0: Total = 2.0

- From Table 1 service factor = 1.0.


Calculate torque:-Nm =
Transmitted kW x SF x (9550/rpm) =
300 x 1 x (9550/1000) 2867 Nm.

An extruder drive running at 300 rpm has


a known peak torque of 11000 Nm. The
connected shafts are each 120mm dia x
160mm long. Select a Bibby type TH,
horizontally split, coupling to suit the
known peak unidirectional torque of 11000
Nm. From the table on page 6, coupling
2120 has torque exceeding calculated
peak torque. Coupling max rpm is 2025.
Max bore 137mm is greater than shaft
diameter. Overall length is satisfactory.

- From Table 1A (SF = 2):


equivalent: kW = 560

- From the table on page 7, coupling


2090 has rating in excess of
required torque.
Max rpm = 4000;
Max bore 95mm; bore length 98.4mm
make the 2090 selection satisfactory.

10
0

This unique characteristic is due to the


torsional flexibility of the coupling being
proportionate to the unsupported length
of each flexible grid rung. Since this
varies with every variation of torque, a

Selection Examples

- From Table on page 6, coupling to


transmit 560 kW @ 1000 rpm = 2100
- From Table on page 6, allowable speed
for 2100T = 2440 rpm Max bore and
overall dimensions are satisfactory.

*1. The system peak torque is the


maximum load created by the driving
or driven equipment.
2. Occasional peak torques of twice the
catalogue rating can be accommodated
providing they occur less than 1000
times during the life of the coupling.

Series 2000H - Horizontally Split Cover Couplings

GAP

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Taper Grid Resilient Couplings

J
B

Coupling
Rating (In-Lbs)

Max
Speed

Min Bore
(In)

Max Bore
(In)

Cplg Wt.
(Lbs)

WR2/
(Lb/ft2 )

Gap

2020

425

4500

0.51

1.06

4.0

4.8

4.02

3.86

1.87

1.56

2.64

0.13

2030

1,204

4500

0.51

1.38

5.3

7.5

4.37

3.86

1.87

1.94

2.68

0.13

2040

2,000

4500

0.51

1.73

7.1

11.3

4.65

4.13

2.00

2.25

2.76

0.13

2050

3,496

4500

0.51

2.01

11.5

23.9

5.43

4.88

2.37

2.63

3.11

0.13

2060

5,496

4350

0.75

2.24

15.7

41.0

5.94

5.12

2.50

3.00

3.62

0.13

2070

8,001

4125

0.75

2.68

22.3

61.5

6.38

6.14

3.00

3.44

3.74

0.13

2080

16,498

3600

0.98

3.27

39.0

153.8

7.64

7.13

3.50

4.13

4.57

0.13

2090

30,004

3600

0.98

3.74

54.0

268.9

8.39

7.87

3.87

4.87

4.80

0.13

2100

50,502

2440

1.65

4.25

91.0

615.1

9.88

9.69

4.75

5.59

6.14

0.19

2110

75,001

2250

1.65

4.61

118.2

922.6

10.63

10.20

5.00

6.31

6.42

0.19

2120

109,996

2025

2.36

5.39

173.5

1742.7

12.13

12.01

5.87

7.06

7.56

0.25

2130

160,003

1800

2.60

6.50

260.1

3382.9

13.66

12.99

6.37

8.56

7.68

0.25

2140

230,003

1650

2.60

7.24

388.0

6321.6

15.12

14.76

7.25

10.00

7.91

0.25

2150

327,476

1500

4.25

8.46

502.6

11925.7

17.83

14.65

7.20

10.63

10.71

0.25

2160

451,386

1350

4.72

9.45

683.4

19887.5

19.76

15.83

7.80

12.01

10.94

0.25

2170

600,077

1225

5.31

11.02

987.7

35606.2

22.32

17.24

8.50

14.02

12.09

0.25

2180

831,966

1100

5.91

11.81

1364.6

62532.9

24.80

19.06

9.41

15.51

12.64

0.25

2190

1,097,487

1050

5.91

13.19

1710.8

89323.0

26.61

20.63

10.24

17.20

12.80

0.25

2200

1,495,768

900

7.01

14.17

2330.3

148609.7

29.80

22.24

11.02

19.61

14.02

0.25

Size

Coupling weight and WR2 with no bore


Max bores stated above use rectangular
parallel keyways to BS 4235 pt 1 1972 or
DIN 6885 sht 1 1969
Other couplings available are spacer and
half spacer models. Also couplings with disc
or drum brakes can be supplied.

Dimensions in inches

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Taper Grid Resilient Couplings

GAP

C
A

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Series 2000V - Vertically Split Cover Couplings

HH
J

J
B

Cplg.
Size

Coupling
Rating (In-Lbs)

Max
rpm

Min
Bore (In)

Max
Bore (In)

2020

460

6000

0.51

1.06

3.5

2030

1,319

6000

0.51

1.38

2040

2,204

6000

0.51

1.73

2050

3,850

6000

0.51

2060

6,054

6000

2070

8,798

2080

Dimensions in inches

Cplg Wt
WR2
Lbs
(Lb/ft2 )

GAP

3.8

4.37

3.86

1.87

1.56

2.48

0.37

0.96

1.89

0.13

4.9

6.2

4.76

3.86

1.87

1.94

2.83

0.37

0.99

1.89

0.13

6.6

9.2

5.08

4.13

2.00

2.25

3.15

0.37

1.02

2.01

0.13

2.01

11.0

21.5

5.83

4.88

2.37

2.63

3.82

0.51

1.24

2.40

0.13

0.75

2.24

14.8

34.2

6.38

5.12

2.50

3.00

4.33

0.51

1.27

2.52

0.13

5500

0.75

2.68

21.4

54.7

6.81

6.14

3.00

3.44

4.76

0.51

1.33

2.64

0.13

18,144

4750

0.98

3.27

36.6

133.3

7.87

7.13

3.50

4.13

5.87

0.51

1.74

3.50

0.13

2090

33,013

4000

0.98

3.74

52.0

246.0

9.13

7.87

3.87

4.87

6.61

0.51

1.86

3.78

0.13

2100

55,582

3250

1.65

4.25

87.1

587.7

10.51

9.69

4.75

5.59

7.80

0.63

2.37

4.76

0.19

2110

82,489

3000

1.65

4.61

114.4

891.9

11.26

10.20

5.00

6.31

8.50

0.63

2.49

4.88

0.19

2120

121,255

2700

2.36

5.39

167.1

1708.6

12.56

12.01

5.87

7.06

9.69

0.63

2.91

5.63

0.25

2130

176,129

2400

2.60

6.50

253.5

3690.5

14.88

12.99

6.37

8.56

11.18

0.87

2.97

5.79

0.25

2140

253,130

2200

2.60

7.24

381.4

6475.4

16.38

14.76

7.25

10.00

12.68

0.87

3.09

6.14

0.25

Coupling weight and WR2 with no bore.


Max. bores stated above use rectangular
parallel keyways to BS 4235 Pt. 11972 or
DIN 6885 sht. 11968.

Series 2000H - Brakewheel Assembly


JB

C
F

AB

GAP

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Taper Grid Resilient Couplings

Brakewheel

Size

Brakewheel
Size (In)
AB
JB

Coupling
Rating
(In-Lbs)

Bore Diameter
(In)
Max
Min

Dimensions in inches
A

B
min

Gap

2040

6.3

3.15

1416.1

1.73

0.50

4.65

4.61

2.00

2.25

5.71

5.51

1.57

0.47

1.10

0.13

2050

7.9

3.94

1770.1

1.97

0.50

5.43

5.55

2.37

2.63

7.24

7.01

1.97

0.67

1.30

0.13

2060

7.9

3.94

1770.1

2.24

0.75

5.94

5.79

2.50

3.00

7.24

7.01

1.97

0.67

1.30

0.13

2070

9.8

4.92

2212.7

2.68

0.75

6.38

7.01

3.00

3.44

9.06

8.82

2.46

0.87

1.59

0.13

2080

12.4

6.30

2788.0

3.23

1.06

7.64

8.03

3.50

4.13

11.50

11.22

3.15

0.91

2.24

0.13

2090

14.0

7.09

3142.0

3.74

1.06

8.39

8.90

3.87

4.87

12.99

12.60

3.54

1.02

2.52

0.13

2100

15.7

7.87

3540.3

4.21

1.63

9.88

10.79

4.75

5.59

14.72

14.25

3.94

1.10

2.83

0.19

2110

17.7

8.82

3982.8

4.61

1.63

10.63

11.46

5.00

6.31

16.61

16.14

4.41

1.26

3.15

0.19

2120

19.7

9.84

4425.4

5.35

2.37

12.13

13.39

5.87

7.06

18.19

17.52

4.92

1.38

3.54

0.25

2130

22.0

11.02

4956.4

6.50

2.63

13.66

14.76

6.37

8.56

20.31

19.49

5.51

1.77

3.74

0.25

2140

22.0

11.02

4956.4

7.24

2.63

15.12

16.54

7.25

10.00

20.31

19.49

5.51

1.77

3.74

0.25

Maximum operating speeds are dependant


upon the material specification for
brakewheel.

Size

Standard Brakewheel
Motor Power
(40% ED KW)

Brake Torque
(Nm)

2040

2.2

49

2050

5.5

98

2060

5.5 7.5 11

98 137 208

2070

15

295

2080

30

2090

75

2100

520
90

45

618

785

1295

2110

75

90

1766

2120

110

132

2130

160

200

3925

4661

2140

160

200

3925

4661

3288

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Taper Grid Resilient Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Series 2000 - Resilient Grid Coupling


Full Spacer Assembly

GRID
GAP
COVER
FLANGE
FASTENER

DD

SHAFT HUB
SHAFT HUB
LUBE PLUGS

HUB

BE

SPACER HUB

BETWEEN SHAFT ENDS

Size

Coupling

Coupling
Wt with

(In-Lbs)

Max
Bore
No Bore
(In)

(Lbs)

Min

Max

DD

Gap

Quantity

Inches

2020

460

1.38

8.5

4.02

1.37

3.50

0.80

2.06

0.03

3.37

1.08

0.1

0.20

0.250

2030

1,319

1.69

11.6

4.37

1.63

3.50

8.50

2.34

0.03

3.69

1.24

0.1

0.20

0.250

2040

2,204

2.20

18.6

4.65

2.13

3.50

8.50

3.09

0.03

4.44

1.08

0.1

0.20

0.250

2050

3,850

2.64

27.6

5.43

2.37

4.37

8.50

3.44

0.03

4.94

1.60

0.1

0.20

0.312

2060

6,054

3.15

43.2

5.94

2.87

5.00

12.99

4.06

0.07

5.69

1.70

0.1

0.20

0.375

2070

8,798

3.35

54.2

6.38

3.13

5.00

12.99

4.31

0.07

6.00

1.84

0.1

0.20

12

0.375

2080

18,144

3.74

86.9

7.64

3.50

7.01

15.98

4.81

0.07

7.00

1.96

0.1

0.20

12

0.500

2090

33,013

4.33

132.9

8.39

4.00

7.09

15.98

5.63

0.07

8.25

2.24

0.1

0.20

12

0.625

2100

55,582

5.12

218.0

9.88

3.56

7.99

15.98

6.75

0.06

9.87

------

0.1

0.24

12

0.750

2110

82,489

5.91

302.0

10.63

4.10

8.27

15.98

7.75

0.06

10.87

------

0.1

0.24

12

0.750

2120

121,255

6.69

432.1

12.13

4.70

9.69

15.98

8.87

0.06

12.56

------

0.2

0.39

12

0.875

2130

176,129

7.48

571.0

13.66

5.30

10.12

15.98

9.37

0.06

13.63

------

0.2

0.39

12

1.000

2140

253,130

8.27

749.6

15.12

6.00

10.51

15.98

10.50

0.06

14.13

------

0.2

0.39

12

1.125

Rating

Dimensions in inches

Flange Fasteners

BE

Diameter

Standard Spacer Lengths (BE = Distance Between Shaft Ends)

BE

Pump

Coupling Size

mm

Inch

Std

2020T

2030T

2040T

2050T

89

3.50

ANSI

2060T

2070T

100

3.94

ISO

111

4.38

ANSI

127

5.00

ANSI

140

5.51

ISO

180

7.09

ISO

184

7.25

ANSI

248

9.75

ANSI

250

9.84

ISO

311

12.25

ANSI

2080T

2090T

2100T

2110T

Series 2000H - Half Spacer Assembly

FLANGE
FASTENER

E
U

GAP
COVER
GRID

S
C

B
DD

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Taper Grid Resilient Couplings

RIGID T HUB

T HUB
LUBE PLUGS

SPACER HUB

BE
BETWEEN SHAFT ENDS

Size

Coupling
Max
Rating Allowable
Speed
(In-Lbs)
(rpm)

Max Bores
Rigid
T
Hub Hub
(In)
(In)

Coupling
Wt with
No Bore
(Lbs)

Dimensions in inches

Flange Fasteners

Min

Max

DD

Rigid

T Hub

Quantity

Diameter
Inches

BE

2020

460

3600

1.38

1.10

6.4

3.82

1.37

1.77

4.02

1.87

1.56

2.06

0.03

3.37

1.08

1.54

0.07

0.250

2030

1,319

3600

1.69

1.38

8.6

4.16

1.63

1.77

4.29

1.87

1.94

2.34

0.03

3.69

1.24

1.54

0.07

0.250

2040

2,204

3600

2.20

1.69

13.0

4.50

2.13

1.77

4.29

2.00

2.25

3.09

0.03

4.44

1.08

1.58

0.07

0.250

2050

3,850

3600

2.64

1.97

19.8

5.32

2.37

2.20

4.29

2.37

2.63

3.44

0.03

4.94

1.60

1.76

0.07

0.312

2060

6,054

3600

3.15

2.20

29.8

5.82

2.87

2.52

6.54

2.50

3.00

4.06

0.07

5.69

1.70

2.06

0.11

0.375

2070

8,798

3600

3.35

2.64

38.6

6.25

3.13

2.52

6.54

3.00

3.44

4.31

0.07

6.00

1.84

2.12

0.11

12

0.375

2080

18,144

3600

3.74

3.15

63.1

7.50

3.50

3.07

8.03

3.50

4.13

4.81

0.07

7.00

1.96

2.54

0.11

12

0.500

2090

33,013

3600

4.33

3.74

94.6

8.31

4.00

3.27

8.03

3.87

4.87

5.63

0.07

8.25

2.24

2.82

0.11

12

0.625

2100

55,582

2440

5.12

4.33

156.1

9.88

3.56

4.06

8.07

4.75

5.59

6.75

0.06

9.87

------

------

0.12

12

0.750

2110

82,489

2250

5.91

4.72

211.0

10.62

4.10

4.17

8.07

5.00

6.31

7.75

0.06

10.87

------

------

0.12

12

0.750

2120

121,255

2025

6.69

5.51

306.4

12.12

4.70

4.92

8.07

5.87

7.06

8.87

0.06

12.56

------

------

0.16

12

0.875

2130

176,129

1800

7.48

6.69

418.9

13.62

5.30

5.12

8.07

6.37

8.56

9.37

0.06

13.63

------

------

0.16

12

1.000

2140

253,130

1650

8.27

7.87

571.0

15.12

6.00

5.31

8.07

7.25

10.00

10.50

0.06

14.13

------

------

0.16

12

1.125

Standard Spacer Lengths (BE = Distance Between Shaft Ends)

BE

10

Pump

Coupling Size

mm

Inch

Std

2020

2030

2040

2050

2060

2070

2080

89

3.50

ANSI

127

5.00

ANSI

140

5.51

ISO

180

7.09

ISO

2090

2100

2110

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

The standard range of Bibbygear Series II


couplings includes single and double
engagement types, continuous sleeve,
telescopic and rigid designs. Couplings
suitable for vertical, as well as horizontal
operation may be selected from this section.
Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings have
been proved over many years of use
internationally, in all kinds of industrial
environments. This reliability has been
achieved by our attention to detail in
design, applications expertise and stringent
quality control.
The latest development of Bibby
Transmissions Gear Couplings family, the
Bibbygear Series II, offers improvements,
refinements and extensions to the range,
further consolidating the Status of Bibby
Transmissions at the forefront of Gear
Coupling design and manufacture.

BIBBY Transmissions

Series II Gear Couplings

Torque Control can be incorporated into


all Bibbygear Series II couplings. A
particularly efficient method is to
combine the gear couplings with SE
Torque Limiting Modules, which provide
immediate disconnection of the drive
when the torque in the drive system
exceeds these SE Torque Limiting Safety
Modules pre-set values. Re-setting is
quick and simple.

Spares and Replacements


Bibby Transmissions hold file records of all
Bibbygear Series II couplings as part of
our Customer Quality Assurance Program.
When ordering spare and replacement
parts please quote the Serial Number
stamped on the coupling, together with
any other relevant information.

Shear pins can also be incorporated with


gear coupling assemblies to provide
overload protection.
Brake Drum and Brake Disc designs can
be supplied if required.
Other special couplings include assemblies
which will accommodate High
Misalignment; Bibby Transmissions also
supply Disengaging types and Insulated
gear couplings.
To ensure the gear couplings meet your
most exacting requirements, please
discuss the specification and design with
Bibby Transmissions.

11

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings


Series II Gear Couplings
Complete Range of Specialised Gear Coupling Designs

Shear pin gear coupling

Disc brake gear coupling

Disengaging types

Limited end float gear coupling

Brake drum gear coupling

High misalignment gear coupling

Gear coupling combined with


SE Torque Limiting Modules

12

Mill spindle design gear coupling

Increased bore capacities

Ease of assembly

Versatility

A major benefit of the Bibbygear Series II


Gear Coupling is the considerable
increase in maximum bore capacities that
can now be offered. It should be noted,
however, that the maximum bores
specified throughout this publication are
based on keyways to BS 4235. Should
alternative keyways or Imperial Standards
be required, allowance needs to be made
to ensure that the strength of the
coupling hub is not compromised.

Bibbygear Series II Gear Couplings


incorporate exposed bolts and captive
nuts for ease of assembly. Careful design
has resulted in a space efficient bolt
installation which enables the couplings
to offer increased bore capacities whilst
ensuring sufficient hub/bore ratio to cater
adequately to the transmitted torque. In
this manner the most compact coupling
installation for the required power rating
is achieved.

The standard range of gear couplings


includes a number which are suitable for
mounting vertically as well as
horizontally.

High torque capacity/weight ratio

Fully interchangeable

By optimizing the pitch circle diameter of


the gear teeth and incorporating
carefully chosen material specifications,
Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings offer
a high torque capacity to weight ratio
resulting in lower loads on driving and
driven shafts.

The Series II Gear Couplings observe the


AGMA standard flange dimensions. This
results in a half-for-half
interchangeability with other north
American manufacturers.

Longer hubs
Crowned hub teeth
Advanced CAD analysis, combined with
many years of applications experience,
has enabled our designers to further
refine the tooth form of Bibby
Transmissions Gear Couplings in order to
ensure maximum contact at the strongest
part of the tooth. Hub teeth are
engineered with tooth form crowned on
three surfaces: tip, flank and root. A high
degree of shaft misalignment can be
accommodated.
Some coupling sizes also feature long
sleeve teeth as standard. This allows
greater axial movement with standard
components.

The advanced design of these Bibbygear


Series II Couplings permits the
incorporation of longer hubs, for those
instances where greater shaft/hub contact
is required or where mill motors are the
driving medium.

To vary the shaft end gap and control


limited end float, one or both hubs can
be reversed. To facilitate this feature the
hub diameters on either side of the teeth
are identical.

Range of Couplings

Series II Gear Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

Bibbygear Series II couplings can be


combined with Bibbigard Torque Limiting
Modules. These self-contained assemblies
are fitted between two halves of a
standard coupling. Full details will be
supplied on request.

Special manufacture
Bibby Transmissions are able to supply
components such as hubs and sleeves, and
complete Gear Coupling assemblies,
specially manufactured to suit specific
applications.
There are circumstances in which this
provides a more cost-effective method of
solving specific application requirements.
Please consult a member of our Sales staff
to discuss your individual application.

Standard and special materials


The high specification gear couplings in
the Bibbygear Series II range are
manufactured from high quality carbon
steels as standard.
To suit specific applications Bibby
Transmissions can supply gear couplings in
a variety of specialised materials.

Most standard couplings can also be


stock-altered to customers requirements
This includes parallel or taper boring and
keywaying, puller holes, shortened hubs
etc. These changes are available with
minimal increases in costs or lead times.

Bibbygear Series II Couplings are able to


withstand a wide temperature range.
Extended range
Bibby Transmissions can supply gear
couplings in various forms. Most standard
couplings are fully detailed in the
following pages. However, certain
modifications are available which are not
detailed. These include limited end float,
insulated, integrated shear pins, torque
control, brake drums and brake discs.
The long established reputation of Bibby
Transmissions Gear Couplings now
extends to include continuous sleeve,
telescopic and rigid designs, and bore
capacities up to 20 inches.

The maximum operating limit is


125C /257F due to the specific seals and
lubricant used in the standard coupling,
However, by selective changes to material
this can be increased.
Minimum temperatures are limited by the
application and the degree of shock
loading that may occur.
Full details of the anticipated working
temperature range should be supplied to
enable Bibby Transmissions engineers to
advise.

13

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings


Series II Gear Couplings
Selection Examples
Example 1.
Select a double engagement coupling to
connect a 4-cylinder reciprocating
compressor to a 250kw, 1000rpm motor.
Motor shaft 70mm diameter, compressor
shaft 65mm diameter.
1. Type FD
2. Obtain service factor from Table 1 &
1A, page 2:
Service factor 2.00 (1.00 pIus 1.00)

Parallel offset

Angular

Angular and
parallel offset

End float

3. Rating = 250kw x 2.00 = 50kw


1000rpm
100rpm
4. Coupling size is 20 :
(capacity 52.1kw/rpm).
Application is non-reversing with
cyclic torque, i.e. (table 2, page 3)
Medium duty, requiring a minimum
Hub Boss/Bore of 1.45 : 1.
Boss of Size 20 coupling is 105mm

... Max. bore =

D = 105 = 72mm
1.45 1.45

... Coupling size 20 will accommodate


70mm diameter shaft.
5. Coupling size FD 20 is suitable for
duty, capable of accepting 70mm
bore and suitable for operating at
1000rpm.
Example 2.
Select a double engagement coupling
for a heavy duty pulveriser with a
normal demand of 350kw from a motor
running at 750rpm. Shafts are 90mm
and 100mm diameters.
1. Type FD
2. Obtain service factor from Table 1 &
1A, page 2: Service factor 1.75
3. Rating = 350kw x 1.75 = 81kw
750rpm
100rpm
4. Coupling size is 25:
(capacity 90.7kw/100rpm).
Application is heavy duty, requiring a
minimum Hub Boss/Bore of 1.5 : 1.
Boss of Size 25 coupling is 131 mm

... Max.bore =

D = 131 = 87mm
1.5
1.5

As the shaft sizes are 90mm and


100mm then the coupling size will
need to be increased to
accommodate the 100mm shaft.
Boss of Size 30 coupling is 152mm
... Max. bore = 152 = 101mm
1.5
5. Coupling size FD 30 is suitable for the
duty and of accepting shafts of 90mm
and 100mm.
14

6. Check speed capability.

Application

Misalignment

Couplings with standard hub lengths


require fitting with keys through the full
hub length, and an interference fit on
shaft is necessary particularly when the
coupling is transmitting the maximum
rated power. Unless otherwise specified,
these hubs would be bored to give an
interference of between 0.0002 and
0.0007mm per millimetre of bore
diameter, consistent with AGMA
standards.

Bibbygear Series II Double Engagement


Gear Couplings are designed to
accommodate parallel and angular
misalignment and axial movement as
illustrated above.

Couplings with extended hub lengths are


generally intended for use where
transition fits on shafts are preferred, and
unless otherwise specified, such couplings
would be bored to H7 tolerances. In these
instances axial restraint of the hub should
be provided by set screws.

While some sizes of Bibbygear Series II


Gear Couplings are capable of static
misalignment of up to 11/2 per gear mesh
it is recommended that all couplings be
aligned, on initial installation, to the
limits contained in the Installation and
Maintenance leaflet supplied with each
coupling.

Couplings transmitting the maximum


rated capacity, particularly where
relatively small shafts are being used,
often require 2 keys. This is more relevant
with larger sizes of couplings and, if in
doubt, full details should be supplied to
allow Bibby Transmissions engineers to
advise.
For all couplings, maximum bores are for
uniformly loaded drives only, using
rectangular parallel keys to
BS 4235 Part 1: 1972, or DIN 6885,
sheet 1, 1968. Taper and Square keys
should not be used with a hub to bore
ratio of less than 1.5 : 1.

Single engagement couplings


accommodate only angular misalignment
and axial movement.
Limited End Float couplings can also be
provided.

Care should be taken to ensure that


misalignment during operation is kept to
an absolute minimum, as excesses will
cause wear of the product together with
high loading on associated machinery.
This will have a great influence on the life
of the product.

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Type FD AGMA Sizes 10 - 70


Double engagement couplings for horizontal shaft
Minimum dimension
for aligning and
seal removal
M

The standard FD range of gear couplings


will accommodate parallel offset, angular
misalignment and axial movement, or a
combination of all three.

Coupling
Rating

Max
Speed
rpm

GAP

H
J

J
B

Bore Dia (In)

Dimensions in inches

Size

HP/100rpm

In-Lbs

GAP

Coupling
Weight
Lbs

10

17

10,621

8000

2.05

0.6

4.57

3.50

1.69

2.72

3.31

0.55

1.54

2.01

0.12

9.6

15

35

22,127

6500

2.56

0.9

5.98

4.02

1.97

3.39

4.13

0.75

1.89

2.40

0.12

19.8

65.6

20

70

44,254

5600

3.15

1.1

7.01

5.00

2.44

4.13

5.00

0.75

2.36

2.99

0.12

32.6

140.1

25

122

77,001

5000

3.86

1.4

8.39

6.26

3.03

5.16

6.10

0.87

2.83

3.62

0.20

58.2

358.8

30

180

114,174

4400

4.53

1.7

9.45

7.36

3.58

5.98

7.13

0.87

3.31

4.17

0.20

87.3

666.3

35

271

171,704

3900

5.31

2.0

10.98

8.62

4.21

7.01

8.31

1.14

3.86

5.12

0.24

143.3

1551.4

40

426

269,946

3600

6.30

2.0

12.52

9.72

4.76

8.27

9.69

1.14

4.37

5.71

0.24

211.6

2938.7

45

584

369,959

3200

7.09

2.2

13.62

10.94

5.31

9.25

10.79

1.14

4.84

6.50

0.31

288.8

4749.8

50

797

504,490

2900

7.68

3.0

15.31

12.36

6.02

10.00

12.05

1.50

5.55

7.20

0.31

410.1

8645.3

55

1132

716,907

2650

8.46

3.0

16.73

13.54

6.61

10.98

13.15

1.50

6.22

7.99

0.31

544.5

13087.6

60

1328

840,817

2450

9.25

3.1

17.99

15.12

7.40

12.01

14.41

1.02

6.65

8.98

0.31

659.2

17803.2

70

2053

1,301,053

2150

11.02 3.9

20.75

17.76

8.70

14.02

16.73

1.14

7.72

10.47

0.39

1042.8

37588.3

The maximum speeds specified above are


generally based on the limit of the
lubricant being used. To attain these
speeds a separate balance operation may
be necessary depending on the
requirements of the application. Special
couplings can be supplied for higher
speeds or more sensitive applications.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

Max Min

All dimensions are subject to

WR2
Inertia
Lb-In2
17.8

Size

Seal +
Gasket Kit (FD)

Fastener
Kit

10

SKD10

FFK10

15

SKD15

FFK15

Puller holes can be supplied.

20

SKD20

FFK20

Hubs are available with longer boss

25

SKD25

FFK25

30

SKD30

FFK30

35

SKD35

FFK35

40

SKD40

FFK40

45

SKD45

FFK45

50

SKD50

FFK50

55

SKD55

FFK55

60

SKD60

FFK60

70

SKD70

FFK70

confirmation. General arrangement


drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

lengths.

Mass and Inertia are based on solid hubs.


All Inertia figures are WR2.

15

Type GFDW Sizes 80 - 120


Double engagement couplings for horizontal shafts
Minimum dimension
for aligning and
seal removal
M

GAP

H H

The GFDW range of larger size couplings,


similar to those on page 15, will
accommodate parallel offset, angular
misalignment and axial movement or a
combination of all three.

Coupling
Rating

Max
Speed
rpm

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

J
B

Dimensions in inches

Bore Dia (In)

Size

HP/rpm

In-Lbs

Max

Min

GAP

Coupling
Weight
Lbs

80

3084

1,947,154

1750

10.83

3.5

23.23

20.00

9.80

15.16

19.09

1.26

9.57

11.81

0.39

1503.5

70802.7

WR2
Inertia
Lb-In2

90

3889

2,009,109

1550

11.81

------

25.98

22.24

10.87

16.54

21.06

1.50

10.43

12.80

0.51

1979.7

119428.3

100

5498

3,469,474

1450

12.99

------

27.99

24.53

12.01

18.50

23.43

1.77

11.57

13.98

0.51

2738.1

191187.9

110

7107

4,478,454

1330

14.17

------

30.51

26.81

13.15

20.08

25.20

2.01

12.68

15.16

0.51

3545.0

294350.7

120

9655

6,089,282

1200

16.14

------

32.99

28.23

13.86

22.64

28.15

2.13

13.43

15.75

0.51

4567.9

456971.5

Larger sizes are available on request.

The maximum speeds specified above are


generally based on the limit of the
lubricant being used. To attain these
speeds a separate balance operation may
be necessary depending on the
requirements of the application. Special
couplings can be supplied for higher
speeds or more sensitive applications.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

16

All dimensions are subject to


Size

Seal +
Gasket Kit (FD)

Fastener
Kit

80

SKD80

FFK80

90

SKD90

FFK90

Puller holes can be supplied.

100

SKD100

FFK100

Hubs are available with longer boss

110

SKD110

FFK110

120

SKD120

FFK120

confirmation. General arrangement


drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

lengths.

Mass and Inertia are based on solid hubs.


All Inertia figures are WR2.

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

Minimum dimension
for aligning and
seal removal

BIBBY Transmissions

Type FS Sizes 10 - 70
Single engagement couplings for horizontal and vertical shafts

Consisting of one half flexible and one half


rigid, this coupling will accommodate
angular misalignment and axial movement
and is usually used in pairs where any
parallel offset is required.

Coupling
Rating

Max
Speed
rpm

Fl

GAP

J
B

Max Bore
(In)

Dimensions in inches

Min
Bore
(In)

Size

HP/rpm

In-Lbs

10

16.8

10,621

8000

2.05

2.36

15

35.0

22,127

6500

2.56

20

69.9

44,254

5600

3.15

25

121.6

77,001

5000

30

180.2

114,174

4400

35

271.2

171,704

40

426.3

269,946

45

584.1

50

Flex Hub Rigid Hub

FI

0.63

4.57

3.43

1.69

2.72

3.31

3.31

0.55 1.54

1.57

2.01

0.16

9.9

3.15

0.94

5.98

3.94

1.97

3.39

4.13

4.21

0.75 1.89

1.85

2.40

0.16

20.3

69.7

3.54

1.10

7.01

4.92

2.44

4.13

5.00

5.12

0.75 2.36

2.32

2.99

0.16

33.6

149.0

3.86

4.33

1.38

8.39

6.14

3.03

5.16

6.10

6.18

0.87 2.83

2.91

3.62

0.20

60.0

379.3

4.53

5.12

1.65

9.45

7.24

3.58

5.98

7.13

7.17

0.87 3.31

3.46

4.17

0.20

90.8

717.6

3900

5.31

5.91

1.97

10.98 8.46

4.21

7.01

8.31

8.35

1.14 3.86

4.02

5.12

0.24

147.2

1630.0

3600

6.30

7.09

1.97

12.52 9.61

4.76

8.27

9.69

9.84

1.14 4.37

4.57

5.71

0.31

219.6

3143.8

369,959

3200

7.09

7.87

2.17

13.62 10.79 5.31

9.25 10.79 10.87

1.14 4.84

5.16

6.50

0.31

296.3

5016.3

796.6

504,490

2900

7.68

8.66

2.95

15.31 12.20 6.02 10.00 12.05 12.17

1.50 5.55

5.83

7.20

0.35

429.6

9328.7

55

1131.9

716,907

2650

8.46

9.45

2.95

16.73 13.78 6.61 10.98 13.15 13.15

1.50 6.22

6.81

7.99

0.35

574.6

14351.9

60

1327.6

840,817

2450

9.25

10.24

3.15

17.99 15.16 7.40 12.01 14.41 14.41

1.02 6.65

7.36

8.98

0.41

696.7

19477.6

70

2053.1

1,301,053

2150

11.02

11.81

3.94

20.75 17.87 8.70 14.02 16.73 16.73

1.14 7.72

8.66 10.47

0.51

1102.1

41176.3

The maximum speeds specified above are


generally based on the limit of the
lubricant being used. To attain these
speeds a separate balance operation may
be necessary depending on the
requirements of the application. Special
couplings can be supplied for higher
speeds or more sensitive applications.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

Coupling WR2
Weight Inertia
GAP
(Lbs)
Lb-In2

All dimensions are subject to

18.8

Size

Seal +
Gasket Kit (FS)

Fastener
Kit

10

SKS10

FFK10

15

SKS15

FFK15

Puller holes can be supplied.

20

SKS20

FFK20

Hubs are available with longer boss

25

SKS25

FFK25

30

SKS30

FFK30

35

SKS35

FFK35

40

SKS40

FFK40

45

SKS45

FFK45

50

SKS50

FFK50

55

SKS55

FFK55

60

SKS60

FFK60

70

SKS70

FFK70

confirmation. General arrangement


drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

lengths.

Mass and Inertia are based on solid hubs.


All Inertia figures are WR2.

17

Type GFSW Sizes 80 - 120


Single engagement couplings for horizontal and vertical shafts
Minimum dimension
for aligning and
seal removal

Fl

GAP

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

H H

This type consist of one standard flexible


half coupling and one rigid half coupling.
It accommodates angular misalignment and
axial movement and is usually used in pairs
where parallel offset is required.

Coupling
Rating

J
B

Max
Speed
rpm

Max Bore
(In)

Dimensions in inches

Min
Bore
(In)

Coupling
Weight
GAP
Lbs

WR2
Inertia
Lb-In2

Size

HP/100rpm

In-Lbs

80

3084

1,947,154

1750

10.83

13.189

3.5

23.23 20.12

9.80

15.16 19.09

1.26

9.57

11.81

0.39

1576.3

74390.7

Flex Hub Rigid Hub

90

3889

2,009,109

1550

11.81

14.567

------

25.98 22.32

10.87

16.54 21.06

1.50

10.43

12.80

0.51

2136.3

125066.6

100

5498

3,469,474

1450

12.99

15.945

------

27.99 24.65

12.01

18.50 23.43

1.77

11.57

13.98

0.51

2775.6

192281.3

110

7107

4,478,454

1330

14.17

17.323

------

30.51 26.93

13.15

20.08 25.20

2.01

12.68

15.16

0.51

3697.1

307745.8

120

9655

6,089,282

1200

16.14

19.291

------

32.99 28.35

13.86

22.64 28.15

2.13

13.43

15.75

0.51

4757.5

477747.5

Larger sizes are available on request.

The maximum speeds specified above are


generally based on the limit of the
lubricant being used. To attain these
speeds a separate balance operation may
be necessary depending on the
requirements of the application. Special
couplings can be supplied for higher
speeds or more sensitive applications.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

18

All dimensions are subject to


Size

Seal +
Gasket Kit (FS)

Fastener
Kit

80

SKS80

FFK80

90

SKS90

FFK90

Puller holes can be supplied.

100

SKS100

FFK100

Hubs are available with longer boss

110

SKS110

FFK110

120

SKS120

FFK120

confirmation. General arrangement


drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

lengths.

Mass and Inertia are based on solid hubs.


All Inertia figures are WR2.

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Type CD Sizes 10 - 40
Double engagement couplings with continuous sleeves for horizontal shafts

GAP

The standard CD range of gear couplings


will accommodate parallel offset, angular
misalignment and axial movement, or a
combination of all three.

Coupling
Rating

Max
Speed
rpm

Bore Dia
mm

Dimensions in mm

MR2
Inertia
kgm2

Size

kW/rpm

kNm

Max

Min

GAP

Mass
kg

10

0.125

1.2

8000

52

16

95

89

43

69

70

4.30

0.0047

15

0.261

2.5

6500

65

24

115

102

50

86

70

6.65

0.0099

20

0.521

5.0

5600

80

28

135

127

62

105

96

11.99

0.0250

25

0.907

8.7

5000

98

35

165

159

77

131

114

22.18

0.0687

30

1.344

12.9

4400

115

42

190

187

91

152

128

34.59

0.141

35

2.022

19.4

3900

135

50

218

219

107

178

140

53.15

0.282

40

3.179

30.5

3600

160

50

255

247

121

210

149

81.69

0.702

The maximum speeds specified above are


generally based on the limit of the
lubricant being used. To attain these
speeds a separate balance operation may
be necessary depending on the
requirements of the application. Special
couplings can be supplied for higher
speeds or more sensitive applications.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

All dimensions are subject to


confirmation. General arrangement
drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

Puller holes can be supplied.


Hubs are available with longer boss
lengths.

Mass and Inertia are based on solid hubs.


All Inertia figures are MR2.

19

Type FSC Sizes 10 - 70


Single engagement couplings for horizontal and vertical shafts

These assemblies would normally be


supplied as shown although couplings can
be reversed if a greater degree of parallel
offset is required. Installation as shown
gives the best combination of available
maximum bores and ease of maintenance.

GAP

Size

HP/rpm

In-Lbs

10

17

10,621

15

35

20

70

25

Max
Speed
rpm

DBSE
A

All floating shaft couplings can be modified


for vertical operation. This does not affect
any external dimensions. If both connecting
shafts are located, a thrust plate and button
(see page 23) are fitted to the lower
coupling. The weight of the shaft and
associated hubs can be borne by the lower
shaft. Extra plates and buttons may be
needed if the upper shaft is not selfsupported.

Coupling
Rating

Fl

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

Dimensions in inches

Bore Dia (In)

Max

Min

DBSE min.

FI

GAP

2.36

0.6

4.57

4.72

1.69

2.72

3.31

0.55

1.57

0.16

22,127

3.15

0.9

5.98

6.30

1.97

3.39

4.21

0.75

1.85

0.16

44,254

3.54

1.1

7.01

7.68

2.44

4.13

5.12

0.75

2.32

0.16

122

77,001

4.33

1.4

8.39

9.45

3.03

5.16

6.18

0.87

2.91

0.20

30

180

114,174

5.12

1.7

9.45

11.22

3.58

5.98

7.17

0.87

3.46

0.20

35

271

171,704

5.91

2.0

10.98

12.99

4.21

7.01

8.35

1.14

4.02

0.24

40

426

269,946

7.09

2.0

12.52

14.96

4.76

8.27

9.84

1.14

4.57

0.31

45

584

369,959

7.87

2.2

13.62

16.73

5.31

9.25

10.87

1.14

5.16

0.31

50

797

504,490

8.66

3.0

15.31

18.70

6.02

10.00

12.17

1.50

5.83

0.35

55

1132

716,907

9.45

3.0

16.73

20.47

6.61

10.98

13.15

1.50

6.81

0.35

60

1328

840,817

10.24

3.1

17.99

22.83

7.40

12.01

14.41

1.02

7.36

0.41

70

2053

1,301,053

11.81

3.9

20.75

26.97

8.70

14.02

16.73

1.14

8.66

0.51

Larger sizes are available on request.

The maximum running speed of this type


of assembly is dependent on many
factors including length of shaft, diameter
of shaft and duty conditions. In all
instances it is recommended that full
details be given to Bibby Transmissions
engineers for a suitable selection of shaft
to be determined.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

20

All dimensions are subject to


confirmation. General arrangement
drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

Puller holes can be supplied.


Hubs are available with longer boss
lengths.

Mass and Inertias cannot be included due


to variable (unknown) spacer lengths.

DBSE(min) can be reduced by reversing one


or both couplings such that the rigid hub is
mounted on the floating shaft, thus
eliminating the need for cover withdrawal.
DBSE(max) is dependent on the
characteristics of the drive. Full details
should be supplied to enable our engineers
to advise.

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

Minimum dimension
for aligning and
seal removal

BIBBY Transmissions

Type FDT Sizes 10 - 70


Double engagement couplings with tubular spacer for horizontal shafts
M
Blanking Plate

GAP

A range of couplings where a spacer of the


required length is interposed between two
halves of a standard FD gear coupling.
These assemblies allow for the removal of
the spacer without needing to disturb the
hubs on their respective shafts.

Coupling
Rating

Max
Speed
rpm

DBSE

Dimensions in inches

Bore Dia (In)

Size

HP/100rpm

In-Lbs

Max

Min

DBSE min.

GAP

10

17

10,621

8000

2.05

0.6

4.57

2.56

1.69

2.72

3.31

0.55

1.54

2.008

0.12

15

35

22,127

6500

2.56

0.9

5.98

2.76

1.97

3.39

4.13

0.75

1.89

2.402

0.12

20

70

44,254

5600

3.15

1.1

7.01

3.54

2.44

4.13

5.00

0.75

2.36

2.992

0.12

25

122

77,001

5000

3.86

1.4

8.39

3.94

3.03

5.16

6.10

0.87

2.83

3.622

0.20

30

180

114,174

4400

4.53

1.7

9.45

3.94

3.58

5.98

7.13

0.87

3.31

4.173

0.20

35

271

171,704

3900

5.31

2.0

10.98

4.13

4.21

7.01

8.31

1.14

3.86

5.118

0.24

40

426

269,946

3600

6.30

2.0

12.52

4.33

4.76

8.27

9.69

1.14

4.37

5.709

0.24

45

584

369,959

3200

7.09

2.2

13.62

4.33

5.31

9.25

10.79

1.14

4.84

6.496

0.31

50

797

504,490

2900

7.68

3.0

15.31

5.51

6.02

10.00

12.05

1.50

5.55

7.205

0.31

55

1132

716,907

2650

8.46

3.0

16.73

5.51

6.61

10.98

13.15

1.50

6.22

7.992

0.31

60

1328

840,817

2450

9.25

3.1

17.99

4.53

7.40

12.01

14.41

1.02

6.65

8.976

0.31

70

2053

1,301,053

2150

11.02

3.9

20.75

5.12

8.70

14.02

16.73

1.14

7.72

10.47

0.39

Larger sizes are available on request.

The maximum running speed of this type


of assembly is dependent on many
factors including length of shaft, diameter
of shaft and duty conditions. In all
instances it is recommended that full
details be given to Bibby Transmissions
engineers for a suitable selection of shaft
to be determined.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

All dimensions are subject to


confirmation. General arrangement
drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

Puller holes can be supplied.


Hubs are available with longer boss
lengths.

Mass and Inertias cannot be included due


to variable (unknown) spacer lengths.

DBSE(max) is dependent on the


characteristics of the drive. Full details
should be supplied to enable our engineers
to advise. Where long DBSE dimensions are
required consideration should be given to
the cardan shaft type FSC shown on page 20.
DBSE(min) is based on a normal bolt
arrangement. Should a shorter DBSE be
required reference should be made to Bibby
Transmissions engineers to advise.

21

Type FR Sizes 10 - 70
A full rigid coupling for horizontal and vertical shafts

GAP

L
Fl

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

H
B

The standard designs of FR couplings are


fully rigid and allow for no misalignment of
any kind.

Coupling
Rating

Max
Speed
rpm

Bore Dia
(In)

Size

HP/100rpm

In-Lbs

Max

Min

FI

GAP

Coupling
Weight
(Lbs)

10

16.8

10,621

8000

2.36

0.63

4.57

3.31

3.31

0.55

1.57

0.20

10.1

15

35.0

22,127

6500

3.15

0.94

5.98

3.86

4.21

0.75

1.85

0.20

20.8

75

20

69.9

44,254

5600

3.54

1.10

7.01

4.80

5.12

0.75

2.32

0.20

34.6

161

25

121.6

77,001

5000

4.33

1.38

8.39

5.98

6.18

0.87

2.91

0.20

61.7

403

30

180.2

114,174

4400

5.12

1.65

9.45

7.13

7.17

0.87

3.46

0.20

93.6

765

35

271.2

171,704

3900

5.91

1.97

10.98

8.23

8.35

1.14

4.02

0.20

151.0

1709

40

426.3

269,946

3600

7.09

1.97

12.52

9.41

9.84

1.14

4.57

0.31

227.4

3349

45

584.1

369,959

3200

7.87

2.17

13.62

10.59

10.87

1.14

5.16

0.31

304.8

5297

50

796.6

504,490

2900

8.66

2.95

15.31

12.01

12.17

1.50

5.83

0.39

448.5

10012

55

1131.9

716,907

2650

9.45

2.95

16.73

14.02

13.15

1.50

6.81

0.39

605.1

15650

60

1327.6

840,817

2450

10.24

3.15

17.99

15.20

14.41

1.02

7.36

0.51

733.2

21186

70

2053.1

1,301,053

2150

11.81

3.94

20.75

17.99

16.73

1.14

8.66

0.67

1160.7

44764

To attain the maximum speeds specified a


separate balance operation may be
necessary depending on the
requirements. Special couplings can be
supplied for higher speeds or more
sensitive applications.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

22

Dimensions in inches

All dimensions are subject to


confirmation. General arrangement
drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

Puller holes can be supplied.


Mass and Inertia are based on solid hubs.
All Inertia figures are WR2.

WR2
Inertia
Lb-In2
21

Range of Couplings

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Type FDV Sizes 10 - 70


Double engagement couplings for vertical shafts

F
Minimum dimension
for aligning and
seal removal

C
D.B.S.E.

H
B

M
H
J

D
A

The standard FD range of gear couplings


will accommodate parallel offset, angular
misalignment and axial movement, or a
combination of all three.

Coupling
Rating

Max
Speed
rpm

Bore Dia
(In)

Dimensions in inches

Size

HP/100rpm

In-Lbs

Max

Min

DBSE

Coupling
Weight
(Lbs)

10

17

10,621

8000

2.05

0.6

4.57

3.50

1.54

2.72

3.31

0.55

1.54

2.01

0.9449

9.35

15

35

22,127

6500

2.56

0.9

5.98

4.02

1.77

3.39

4.13

0.75

1.89

2.40

0.9449

19.07

64.93

20

70

44,254

5600

3.15

1.1

7.01

5.00

2.26

4.13

5.00

0.75

2.36

2.99

0.9449

31.28

136.68

25

122

77,001

5000

3.86

1.4

8.39

6.26

2.81

5.16

6.10

0.87

2.83

3.62

1.1024

55.20

351.96

30

180

114,174

4400

4.53

1.7

9.45

7.36

3.39

5.98

7.13

0.87

3.31

4.17

1.1024

83.82

656.09

35

271

171,704

3900

5.31

2.0

10.98

8.62

3.94

7.01

8.31

1.14

3.86

5.12

1.2205

137.10

1537.70

40

426

269,946

3600

6.30

2.0

12.52

9.72

4.41

8.27

9.69

1.14

4.37

5.71

1.3386

202.85

2870.38

45

584

369,959

3200

7.09

2.2

13.62

10.94

4.96

9.25

10.79

1.14

4.84

6.50

1.6929

273.90

4647.28

50

797

504,490

2900

7.68

3.0

15.31

12.36

5.67

10.00

12.05

1.50

5.55

7.20

1.7717

396.96

8542.80

55

1132

716,907

2650

8.46

3.0

16.73

13.54

6.26

10.98

13.15

1.50

6.22

7.99

1.7717

513.56

12950.88

60

1328

840,817

2450

9.25

3.1

17.99

15.12

7.01

12.01

14.41

1.02

6.65

8.98

1.9291

642.44

17734.85

70

2053

1,301,053

2150

11.02

3.9

20.75

17.76

8.17

14.02

16.73

1.14

7.72

10.47

2.4606

1008.12

37212.44

The maximum speeds specified above are


generally based on the limit of the
lubricant being used. To attain these
speeds a separate balance operation may
be necessary depending on the
requirements of the application. Special
couplings can be supplied for higher
speeds or more sensitive applications.

Maximum bores specified are for


uniformly loaded drives only. See table 2
on page 3 for factors to apply when other
than uniform loads are applied.

WR2
Inertia
Lb-In2
17.09

All dimensions are subject to


confirmation. General arrangement
drawings are available which show
certified dimensions.

Puller holes can be supplied.


Hubs are available with longer boss
lengths.

Mass and Inertia are based on solid hubs.


All Inertia figures are WR2.

23

Range of Couplings

BIBBY Transmissions

Bibby Transmissions Gear Couplings


Type FD Versions A, B, and C Sizes 10 - 70
Double engagement couplings for horizontal shafts with capacity for axial movement

D.B.S.E.

D.B.S.E.

Type FDA

Type FDB

Type FDC

Uses shortened hubs. This type is identical


to the FD but with a plate fitted to
ensure that movement is shared between
the two halves.

Similar to version A except that the hubs


are reversed. Sizes 10-30 use standard
sleeves. Larger sizes have appropriately
lengthened teeth.

Full length teeth in sleeves, special hubs


and extended long boss with no short
boss.

Dimensions in inches
Allowable
C
DBSE
Max
Min movement

Dimensions in inches
Allowable
C
DBSE
Max
Min movement

Dimensions in inches
Allowable
C
DBSE
Max
Min movement

Size

B
Max

Size

B
Max

Size

B
Max

10

3.50

1.39

0.73

0.41

0.32

10

3.82

1.69

0.43

0.30

0.14

10

4.96

1.69

1.57

0.30

1.28

15

4.02

1.74

0.54

0.41

0.12

15

5.08

1.97

1.14

0.30

0.85

15

6.02

1.97

2.13

0.30

1.83

20

5.00

2.19

0.61

0.41

0.20

20

5.91

2.44

1.02

0.30

0.73

20

7.32

2.44

2.44

0.30

2.15

25

6.26

2.63

1.01

0.57

0.44

25

7.40

3.03

1.34

0.37

0.96

25

9.13

3.03

3.07

0.37

2.70

30

7.36

3.12

1.13

0.57

0.56

30

8.94

3.58

1.77

0.37

1.40

30

10.87

3.58

3.70

0.37

3.33

35

8.62

3.63

1.36

0.65

0.71

35

10.79

4.21

2.36

0.41

1.95

35

12.87

4.21

4.45

0.41

4.04

40

9.72

4.10

1.52

0.77

0.75

40

12.64

4.76

3.11

0.54

2.57

40

14.80

4.76

5.28

0.54

4.74

45

10.94

4.54

1.87

0.93

0.94

45

13.98

5.31

3.35

0.61

2.73

45

16.46

5.31

5.83

0.61

5.21

50

12.36

5.20

1.95

1.01

0.94

50

16.06

6.02

4.02

0.69

3.32

50

18.82

6.02

6.77

0.69

6.08

55

13.54

5.87

1.80

1.01

0.79

55

18.50

6.61

5.28

0.69

4.58

55

21.10

6.61

7.87

0.69

7.18

60

15.12

6.25

2.63

1.88

0.75

60

19.84

7.40

5.04

0.81

4.22

60

23.15

7.40

8.35

0.81

7.53

70

17.76

7.18

3.39

2.53

0.87

70

23.35

8.70

5.94

1.03

4.91

70

27.24

8.70

9.84

1.03

8.81

Telescopic couplings are able to


accommodate movement of hubs relative to
each other while still transmitting the rated
capacity. Couplings still accept parallel offset
and angular misalignment but to a limited
degree.
The types illustrated are a selection of those
which can be offered. Should your axial
requirements exceed those specified, please
send details so that we can put forward
alternative proposals.

24

C
D.B.S.E.

See page 15 for other dimensions.


All dimensions shown are subject to
confirmation.
General arrangement drawings are
available which show certified
dimensions.

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