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SPECIALTY
Index
SECTION A

SPECIALTY PRODUCTS

PRODUCT PAGE

INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1

MTO SPECIALTY PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2

IDLER SPROCKETS

Bronze Bushed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3

Ball Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-4

Ball Bearing - Non-Metallic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-4

Needle Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-3

Bronze Bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-3

Chain Tightener . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-5

800 SERIES CONVEYOR SPROCKETS

QRS SPLITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-7

815 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-8, A-11

820 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-8, A-10

821 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9

880 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9

881 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-9

882 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12

815 Guide Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12

Semi-Finished Weld-On Hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-13

CUSTOM CAPABILITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-14 A-16

Forgings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-14

Castings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-14

Sintered Metal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-15

Injection Molding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-16

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SPECIALTY

Made To Order
Specialty Products

SPLIT S820 SPROCKET TAPER BUSHED SPECIAL BEARING


ADJUSTABLE HUB HOUSING

Martin Semi-Steel 800 Series Conveyor Sprockets are The Most Complete Line of
Available for All your Flat Top Chain Needs. Idler Sprockets.
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SPECIALTY
SPECIALTY
Idler
Sprockets
Bronze Bushed Type Bronze Bushed Idler Sprockets
1 No. Catalog Chain Stock Wt.
O.D.
Teeth Number Size Bore Lbs.
20 31E20 35 2.60 2
1
.46
15 41E15 41-40 2.65 2
1
.50
15 51E15 50 3.32 2
1
.70
14 61E14 60-60H 3.74 2
1
.92

2 1 2
1 1 Above idlers have oil impregnated sintered bronze bearings and are mounted
on steel journals. Idler RPM to 2500. Radial load rating to 50 pounds.

2
1

Bronze Bearing Idler Sprocket


Bronze Bearing Type No. Catalog Bearing Chain
O.D.
Stock Length Hub Wt.
Teeth Number Type Size Bore Thru Bore W Diameter Lbs.
15 35BR15 1/2 Bronze 35 1.99 1/2 0.94 0.168 1.35 0.30
W 21 35BR21 7/8 Bronze 35 2.71 7/8 1.06 0.168 2.00 0.75
13 41BR13 1/2 Bronze 41 2.33 1/2 0.94 0.227 1.56 0.50
19 41BR19 7/8 Bronze 41 3.29 7/8 1.06 0.227 2.50 1.00
13 40BR13 1/2 Bronze 40 2.33 1/2 0.94 0.284 1.56 0.50
19 40BR19 7/8 Bronze 40 3.29 7/8 1.06 0.284 2.50 1.25
13 50BR13 1/2 Bronze 50 2.91 1/2 0.94 0.343 1.87 0.90
17 50BR17 7/8 Bronze 50 3.72 7/8 1.06 0.343 2.62 1.50
DIAMETER

15 60BR15 7/8 Bronze 60 3.98 7/8 1.06 0.459 2.62 1.75


BORE

HUB

O.D. 17 60BR17 1 1/8 Bronze 60 4.46 1 1/8 1.56 0.459 3.25 2.75
15 80BR15 1 1/8 Bronze 80 5.30 1 1/8 1.56 0.575 3.50 4.25
7/8 & 1-1/8 bore have double loop grease groove.

Radial Load Capacity in Pounds at Various


Speeds Needle Bearings
RPM
LENGTH
Idler Size 100 500 1000 1500 2000 2500
THRU BORE
1/2 Bore 1021 630 512 453 416 389
1 Bore 2751 1698 1379 1221 1120 1048
1-1/2 Bore 6306 3891 3160 2798 2567
Ratings shown above are based on an average bearing life of 2500 hours.

Needle Bearing Type Needle Bearing Idler Sprocket - Hardened Teeth


LENGTH No. Catalog Bearing Chain Stock Length Hub Wt.
O.D.
THRU BORE Teeth Number Type Size Bore Thru Bore W Diameter Lbs.
W 19 25NB19H 1/2 Needle 25 1.65 0.50 0.75 0.110 1.22 0.10
13 35NB13H 1/2 Needle 35 1.75 0.50 0.75 0.168 1.18 0.20
19 35NB19H 1 Needle 35 2.47 1.00 1.00 0.168 1.84 0.50
19 41NB19H 1 Needle 41 3.29 1.00 1.00 0.227 2.50 1.00
19 40NB19H 1 Needle 40 3.29 1.00 1.00 0.284 2.50 1.10
17 50NB17H 1 Needle 50 3.72 1.00 1.00 0.343 2.25 1.30
DIAMETER

O.D.

17 60NB17H 1 Needle 60 4.46 1.00 1.00 0.459 3.00 2.60


BORE

HUB

13 80NB13H 1 Needle 80 4.66 1.00 1.25 0.575 2.63 2.90


11 100NB11H 1 1/2 Needle 100 5.01 1.50 1.88 0.692 3.56 3.60
11 120NB11H 1 1/2 Needle 120 6.01 1.50 2.13 0.924 3.56 7.00
11 140NB11H 1 1/2 Needle 140 7.01 1.50 2.25 0.924 4.25 10.90
9 160NB9H 1 1/2 Needle 160 6.70 1.50 2.25 1.156 3.63 9.60

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SPECIALTY

Idler
Sprockets
Ball Bearing Type Ball Bearing Idler Sprocket - Hardened Teeth
No. Discontinued Catalog Bearing Chain Stock Length Wt.
O.D.
Teeth Part Number Number Type Size Bore Thru Bore W Lbs.
W
20 25BB20 3/8 * Ball 25 1.73 0.394 0.35 0.110 0.10
19 35BB19H 3/8 Ball 35 2.47 0.394 0.38 0.168 0.35
19 35BB19H 1/2 Ball 35 2.47 0.510 0.72 0.168 0.35
20 35BB20H 35BB20H 5/8 Ball 35 2.59 0.638 0.72 0.168 0.38
18 41BB18H 1/2 Ball 41 3.14 0.510 0.72 0.227 0.51
18 41BB18H 5/8 Ball 41 3.14 0.638 0.72 0.227 0.51
17 40BB17H 40BB17H 5/8 Ball 40 2.97 0.638 0.72 0.284 0.52
BORE 18 40BB18H 1/2 Ball 40 3.14 0.510 0.72 0.284 0.53
18 40BB18H 40BB18H 5/8 Ball 40 3.14 0.638 0.72 0.284 0.53
O.D. 25 40BB25H 5/8 Ball 40 4.26 0.638 0.72 0.284 0.90
35 40BB35H 5/8 Ball 40 5.86 0.638 0.72 0.284 1.77
48 40BB48H 5/8 Ball 40 7.93 0.638 0.72 0.284 3.37
15 50BB15H 50BB15H 5/8 Ball 50 3.32 0.638 0.72 0.343 0.75
17 50BB17H 1/2 Ball 50 3.72 0.510 0.72 0.343 0.78
17 50BB17H 50BB17H 5/8 Ball 50 3.72 0.638 0.72 0.343 0.78
LENGTH 25 50BB25H 3/4 Ball 50 5.32 0.750 0.61 0.343 1.66
THRU BORE
39 50BB39H 3/4 Ball 50 8.12 0.750 0.61 0.343 4.09
12 60BB12H 5/8 Ball 60 3.25 0.638 0.72 0.459 0.72
13 60BB13H 60BB13H 5/8 Ball 60 3.49 0.638 0.72 0.459 0.76
15 60BB15H 1/2 Ball 60 3.98 0.510 0.72 0.459 1.06
15 60BB15H 60BB15H 5/8 Ball 60 3.98 0.638 0.72 0.459 1.06
17 60BB17H 5/8 Ball 60 4.46 0.638 0.72 0.459 1.10
12 80BB12H 80BB12H 3/4 Ball 80 4.33 0.750 0.61 0.575 1.50
Note: .394 Stock Bore is +.000 -.0003; .510 Stock Bore is +.005 -.000; .638 Stock Bore is +.005 -.000; .750
Stock Bore is +.005 -.000. Discontinued Part Numbers will be replaced with Catalog Number when existing
inventory is exhausted.
* Unhardened Teeth

Non-Metallic Teeth -Ball Bearing Type Ball Bearing Idler Sprockets - Non Metallic Teeth
No. Catalog Bearing Chain Stock Length Wt.
LENGTH O.D.
Teeth Number Type Size Bore Thru Bore W Lbs.
THRU BORE
17 40BB17NM 1/2 Ball 40 2.97 0.510 0.72 0.284 0.24
W
18 40BB18NM 5/8 Ball 40 3.14 0.638 0.72 0.284 0.23
17 50BB17NM 1/2 Ball 50 3.72 0.510 0.72 0.343 0.29
18 50BB18NM 5/8 Ball 50 3.92 0.638 0.72 0.343 0.29
15 60BB15NM 1/2 Ball 60 3.98 0.510 0.72 0.459 0.32
16 60BB16NM 5/8 Ball 60 4.22 0.638 0.72 0.459 0.33
12 80BB12NM 3/4 Ball 80 4.33 0.750 0.61 0.575 0.44
Note: .510 Stock Bore is +.005 -.000; .638 Stock Bore Is +.005 -.000;
BORE O.D.
.750 Stock Bore Is +.005 -.000

Radial Load Capacity in Pounds at Various Speeds


Ball Bearings
RPM
Idler Size 100 500 1000 1500 2000 2500
3/8 Bore 620 363 288 252 229 212
1/2 & 5/8 Bore 800 460 360 320 290 270
3/4 Bore 1290 755 600 523 478 440
Ratings shown above are based on an average bearing life of 2500 hours.

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SPECIALTY
Idler
Sprockets

Diameter Ground Oil-Impregnated


Hardened Steel Journal Sintered Bronze Bushing

Chain Tightener
(Less Idler Sprocket)

NO. E-5006

118

11132 8
7

538
TYPICAL

Adapter for Attachment Bolts Not Attachments Holes


8 Bore Idler
5
Furnished for 516 Bolts

Martin Chain Tighteners are economical to use . . . they provide everything needed for a quick, easy installation . . . they save
time and money . . . there is no need to design, procure or custom make and assemble separate parts . . . they accomodate
mounting in several different positions . . . parallel or at 90 to the mounting surface . . . as cantilever or attached each end.

Features of Martin Idlers


Smooth-running, oil-impregnated, sintered bronze, extra-duty bearing press-fitted in sprocket. Steel journal case hardened . . .
for maximum resistance to wear . . . diameter ground surface for free running under load.

Steel sprockets used in Martin Idlers . . . are accurately machined (not stamped) the same as sprockets normally supplied for
power transmission use.

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SPECIALTY

800 Series
Conveyor Sprockets

Martin Series 800 Conveyor Sprockets


Manufactured From High Quality Semi-Steel
THE NEW

QRS
SPLIT

815 Solid Face 820 Grooved Face for


with Guide Ring Holes Straight Running Chain
for Straight Running Chains

PAT. # 4,964,842
Split
815/820 Solid and Grooved Face
with Guide Ring Holes
Steel and Thermoplastic

821 Heavy Duty 880 and 882 Single Duty 881 for Side Flex Chain
for Wide Hinged Chain for Side Flex Chains
Straight Running

Sprockets for 815, 820, and 881 are all double duty. Sprockets with odd numbers of teeth are recommended for longer wear since
a given tooth engages the chain every other revolution. Sprockets with 19, 21, 23, and 25 teeth are preferred. Sprockets with even
number of teeth should be advanced one tooth periodically to attain even wear.

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SPECIALTY
800 Series Split
Conveyor Sprockets

Martin QRS Split Sprocket


Series 815/820 Split Sprockets
for Flat Top Conveyor Chains
Split Sprockets Manufactured
from Steel and Thermoplastic Material
Stocked in 21, 23, 25, and 27 Tooth Sizes

Martins Quick Replacement Split Sprocket eliminates


the time consuming and costly dismounting of shafts and pillow
blocks to remove worn sprockets all thats required is a wrench

QRS Split Thermoplastic Sprocket Advantages:


Lightweight Service Temp. to 300F Low Temp. Toughness
Excellent Resistance to Oils, Grease, Soaps, and Detergents
Outstanding Abrasion and Impact Resistance

Available with solid and grooved face


and furnished with rust resistant plated steel bolts and nuts
Split (plated carbon steel and stainless) Guide Rings
available, if necessary, for easy assembly

Proudly made in the U.S.A. PAT. # 4,964,842

Call your Martin Distributor

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SPECIALTY

Split Steel and Thermoplastic


Stock Bore
11116
Series 815 Sprockets Split Steel
Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximun
5.089 5.12 3
4 1 2
1
5.0
QRS815A21 21 1012
(129.26) (130.0) (19.1) (38.1) (2.27)
5.560 5.59 3
4 112 5.6
QRS815A23 23 1112
(141.22) (142.0) (19.1) (38.1) (2.54)
O.D.
6.032 6.07 3
4 112 6.6
QRS815A25 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (19.1) (38.1) (3.0)
6.504 6.56 3
4 112 7.8
QRS815A27 27 1312
(165.20) (166.6) (19.1) (38.1) (3.54)

NOTE: Supplied with 516 - 18 standard setscrew @ 90 to split.

Solid Face

Series 815 Sprockets Split Thermoplastic


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
5.089 5.12 3
4 1 2
1
.94
QRS815A21P 21 1012
(129.26) (130.0) (19.1) (38.1) (.43)
5.560 5.59 3
4 112 1.00
QRS815A23P 23 1112
(141.22) (142.0) (19.1) (38.1) (.45)
6.032 6.07 3
4 112 1.10
QRS815A25P 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (19.1) (38.1) (.50)
6.504 6.56 3
4 112 1.25
QRS815A27P 27 1312
(165.20) (166.6) (19.1) (38.1) (.57)

Thermoplastic temperature operating range 20F to +300F


NOTE: Supplied with 516 - 18 plated setscrew @ 90 to split.

PAT. #4,964,842

Series 820 Sprockets Split Steel


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
5.089 5.12 3
4 1 2
1
5.0
QRS820A21 21 1012
(129.26) (130.0) (19.1) (38.1) (2.27)
5.560 5.59 3
4 112 5.6
QRS820A23 23 1112
(141.22) (142.0) (19.1) (38.1) (2.54)
6.032 6.07 3
4 112 6.6
QRS820A25 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (19.1) (38.1) (3.0)
6.504 6.56 3
4 112 7.8
QRS820A27 27 1312
(165.20) (166.6) (19.1) (38.1) (3.54)

NOTE: Supplied with 516 - 18 standard setscrew @ 90 to split.

Series 820 Sprockets Split Thermoplastic 11116


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
5.089 5.12 3
4 112 .94
QRS820A21P 21 1012
(129.26) (130.0) (19.1) (38.1) (.43)
5.560 5.59 3
4 112 1.00
QRS820A23P 23 1112
(141.22) (142.0) (19.1) (38.1) (.45)
6.032 6.07 3
4 112 1.10 O.D.
QRS820A25P 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (19.1) (38.1) (.50)
6.504 6.56 3
4 112 1.25
QRS820A27P 27 1312
(165.20) (166.6) (19.1) (38.1) (.57)

NOTE: Supplied with 516 - 18 plated setscrew @ 90 to split.


Inches/mm
For Guide Ring Specifications See page A-12

Grooved Face
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SPECIALTY
800 Series
Conveyor Sprockets

Series 821 Sprockets Semi-Steel Stock Bore


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
5.089 5.12 1 1 4
3
6.7
821A21 21 1012
(129.26) (130.1) (25.4) (44.5) (3.0)
5.560 5.59 1 134 7 318
821A23 23 1112
(141.22) (142.0) (25.4) (44.5) (3.2)
6.032 5.07 1 134 7.3
821A25 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (25.4) (44.5) (3.3)
6.504 6.56 1 134 7.6
821A27 27 1312
(165.20) (166.6) (25.4) (44.5) (3.4)

158
6.978 7.05 1 134 8.0
821A29 29 1412 O.D.
(177.24) (179.1) (25.4) (44.5) (3.6)
NOTE: Inches/mm
821 Series also runs with 815 H chain.

Series 880 Sprockets Semi-Steel Stock Bore


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
4.386 4.33 3
4 134 2.8
880C9 9 9
(111.40) (110.0) (19.1) (44.5) (1.3)
4.854 4.82 3
4 114 3.2
880C10 10 10
(123.29) (122.4) (19.1) (31.8) (1.4) 158
5.324 5.31 3
4 134 3.4
880C11 11 11
(135.22) (134.9) (19.1) (44.5) (1.5)
5.796 5.80 3
4 134 3.6
880C12 12 12
(147.22) (147.3) (19.1) (44.5) (1.6)
7.215 7.26 3
4 134 4.2
880C15 15 15
(182.26) (184.4) (19.1) (44.5) (1.9)
O.D.
NOTE: Block Body Other sizes are arm body
Inches/mm

8
5

Series 881 Sprockets Semi-Steel Stock Bore


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
5.089 5.120 3
4 1 4
3
4.2
881C21 21 1012
(129.26) (130.05) (19.1) (44.5) (1.9)
5.560 5.590 3
4 134 4.6 158
881C23 23 1112
(141.22) (141.99) (19.1) (44.5) (2.1) 114
6.032 6.070 3
4 134 5.0
881C25 25 1212
(153.21) (154.18) (19.1) (44.5) (2.3)
NOTE: Inches/mm

O.D.

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SPECIALTY

800 Series
Conveyor Sprockets

Series 820 Sprockets Semi-Steel Stock Bore


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
3.228 3.11 4
3
1 4
1
2.4
820A13B 13 612
(81.99) (79.0) (19.1) (31.8) (1.1)
3.688 3.63 3
4 114 3.6
820A15B 15 712
(93.68) (92.2) (19.1) (31.8) (1.6)
4.153 4.12 3
4 11116 4.7
820A17B 17 812
(105.49) (104.7) (19.1) (42.9) (2.1)
4.620 4.61 3
4 114 3.1
820A19 19 912
(117.35) (117.1) (19.1) (31.8) (1.5)
4.854 4.86 3
4 114 3.8
820A20 20 10
(123.29) (123.4) (19.1) (31.8) (1.7)
5.089 5.12 3
4 134 4.6
820A21 21 1012
(129.26) (130.0) (19.1) (44.5) (2.1)
5.089 5.12 3
4 212 7.1 11116
820A21B 21 1012
(129.26) (130.0) (19.1) (63.5) (3.3)
5.324 5.35 3
4 134 4.2
820A22 22 11
(135.23) (135.9) (19.1) (44.5) (1.9)
5.560 5.59 3
4 134 5.3
820A23 23 1112
(141.22) (142.0) (19.1) (44.5) (2.4)
5.796 5.83 3
4 134 4.4
820A24 24 12
(147.22) (148.1) (19.1) (44.5) (2.0)
6.032 6.07 3
4 2 5.6 O.D.
820A25 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (19.1) (50.8) (2.4)
6.032 6.07 3
4 3316 9.6
820A25B 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (19.1) (81.0) (4.4)
6.504 6.56 3
4 2 6.5
820A27 27 1312
(165.20) (166.6) (19.1) (50.8) (2.8)
6.978 7.05 3
4 2 6.8
820A29 29 1412
(177.24) (179.1) (19.1) (50.8) (3.1)
820A31 31 1512
7.452 7.53 3
4 2 6.9 Steel
(189.28) (191.3) (19.1) (50.8) (3.1)
9.826 9.93 3
4 212 16.00
820A41 41 2012
(249.58) (252.2) (19.1) (64) (7.1)
NOTE: Block Body Other sizes are arm body
Inches/mm
Max. bore shown is with Standard Keyway and Setscrew.
820 Series stocked grooved. (Guide ring holes in 21, 23, 25, and 27 tooth sizes can be provided upon request).

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Series 820 Sprockets Semi-Steel Bored to Size


Catalog Inch/Metric
Number Stock Finished Bores With Standard Keyway and Setscrew
820BS19 1 (25.4) O.D.
820BS21 1 (25.4)
820BS23 7
8 (22.2) 1 (25.4) 118 (28.6) 1316 (30.2) 114 (31.8)
820BS25 1 (25.4) 1316 (30.2) 114 (31.8)
820BS27 1 (25.4)
Stock grooved without guide ring holes. All arm body.

Cast

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SPECIALTY
800 Series
Conveyor Sprockets

Series 815 Sprockets Semi-Steel Stock Bore


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
1 3.228 3.11 3
4 114 2.4
815A13B 13 6 2
(81.99) (79.0) (19.1) (31.8) (1.1)
3.688 3.63 3
4 114 3.6
815A15B 15 712
(93.68) (92.2) (19.1) (31.8) (1.6)
4.153 4.12 3
4 11116 4.7
815A17B 17 812
(105.49) (104.7) (19.1) (42.9) (2.1)
4.620 4.61 3
4 114 3.1
815A19 19 912
(117.35) (117.1) (19.1) (31.8) (1.5)
20 10 4.854 4.86 3
4 114 3.8
815A20
(123.29) (123.4) (19.1) (31.8) (1.7)
5.089 5.12 3
4 134 4.6
815A21 21 1012
(129.26) (130.0) (19.1) (44.5) (2.1)
5.089 5.12 3
4 212 7.1
815A21B 21 1012
(129.26) (130.0) (19.1) (63.5) (3.3)
5.324 5.35 3
4 134 4.2 11116
815A22 22 11
(135.23) (135.9) (19.1) (44.5) (1.9)
5.560 5.59 3
4 134 5.3
815A23 23 1112
(141.22) (142.0) (19.1) (44.5) (2.4)
5.796 5.83 3
4 134 4.4
815A24 24 12
(147.22) (148.1) (19.1) (44.5) (2.0)
6.032 6.07 3
4 2 5.6
815A25 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (19.1) (50.8) (2.4)
6.032 6.07 3
4 3316 9.6 O.D.
815A25B 25 1212
(153.21) (154.2) (19.1) (81.0) (4.4)
6.504 6.56 3
4 2 6.5
815A27 27 1312
(165.20) (166.6) (19.1) (50.8) (2.8)
6.978 7.05 3
4 2 6.8
815A29 29 1412
(177.24) (179.1) (19.1) (50.8) (3.1)
7.452 7.53 3
4 2 6.9
815A31 31 1512
(189.28) (191.3) (19.1) (50.8) (3.1)
9.826 9.93 3
4 212 16.00
815A41 41 2012
(249.58) (252.2) (19.1) (64) (7.1)
NOTE: Block Body Other sizes are arm body
Inches/mm
Max. bore shown is with Standard Keyway and Setscrew.
815 Series stocked not grooved, with guide ring holes.

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Series 815 Sprockets Semi-Steel Bored to Size


Catalog Inch/Metric
Number Stock Finished Bores With Standard Keyway and Setscrew O.D.
815BS19 1 (25.4)
815BS21 1 (25.4)
815BS23 7
8 (22.2) 1 (25.4) 118 (28.6) 1316 (30.2) 114 (31.8)
815BS25 1 (25.4) 1316 (30.2) 114 (31.8)
815BS27 1 (25.4)
Stock not grooved but with guide ring holes. All arm body.

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SPECIALTY

Series 800
Conveyor Sprockets

Series 882 Sprockets Semi-Steel Stock Bore


Catalog No. Teeth Pitch Outside Bore
Weight
Number Actual Effective Diameter Diameter Stock Maximum
4.386 4.430 3
4 1 4
3
3.8
882C9 9 9
(111.40) (112.5) (19.1) (44.5) (1.8)
4.854 4.920 3
4 134 4.2
882C10 10 10
(123.29) (125.0) (19.1) (44.5) (1.9)
5.325 5.410 3
4 134 4.4
882C11 11 11
(135.25) (137.40) (19.1) (44.5) (2.1)
5.796 5.90 3
4 134 4.6
882C12 12 12
(147.21) (149.90) (19.1) (44.5) (2.2)
NOTE: Arm Body Other sizes are block body
Inches/mm 158

D.E.

815 Guide Rings Steel and Stainless Steel 8


7

O.D. Thick
Catalog Inches Inches Weight
Number (mm) (mm) Per Set
GR15-16 3.62 1
16 .23
GR15-16SS (91.9) (1.6) (.10)
GR17-18 4.11 1
16 .26
GR17-18SS (104.4) (1.6) (.120)
GR19-20 4.58 1
8 .37
GR19-20SS (116.3) (3.2) (.17)
GR21-22 5.09 1
8 .44
GR21-22SS (129.3) (3.2) (.20)
GR23-24 5.56 1
8 .46
GR23-24SS (141.2) (3.2) (.21)
GR25-26 6.04 1
8 .47
GR25-26SS (153.4) (3.2) (.21)
GR27-28 6.53 1
8 .53
GR27-28SS (165.9) (3.2) (.24)
GR29-30 7.02 1
8 .56
GR29-30SS (178.3) (3.2) (.25)
GR31-32 7.50 1
8 .67
GR31-32SS (190.5) (3.2) (.30)
GR41-42 9.89 1
8 .92
GR41-42SS (251.2) (3.2) (.42)
Carbon Steel
Stainless Steel

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SPECIALTY
Semi-Finished
Weld-On Hubs
Stock Semi-Finished Weld-On Hubs
Dimensions Dimensions Dimensions
Catalog Outside Inside Approx. Catalog Outside Inside Approx. Catalog Outside Inside Approx.
No. Diameter Length Diameter Wt. Lbs. No. Diameter Length Diameter Wt. Lbs. No. Diameter Length Diameter Wt. Lbs.
225-28-19 2 4
1 7
8 19
32 .9 550-48-40 512 112 114 9.3 750-70-48 712 2316 112 26.3
225-28-23 214 7
8 23
32 .9 550-48-48 512 112 112 9.3 750-72-48 712 214 112 27.0
225-32-00 214 1 1.1 550-58-40 512 11316 114 11.6 750-74-48 712 2516 112 18.5
250-30-00 212 15
16 1.3 550-58-48 512 11316 112 11.6 750-84-48 712 258 112 31.5
250-40-00 212 114 1.7 550-64-48 512 2 112 12.5 750-94-48 712 21516 112 35.0
300-25-19 3 25
32 19
32 1.2 575-24-32 534 3
4 1 5.4 775-36-48 734 118 112 23.0
300-30-23 3 15
16 23
32 1.6 575-32-00 534 1 7.4 775-58-48 734 11316 112 25.0
300-30-30 3 15
16 15
16 1.6 575-42-00 534 1516 9.7 775-66-48 734 2116 112 26.0
300-32-00 3 1 2.0 575-42-48 534 1516 112 9.7 775-74-48 734 2516 112 31.0
300-38-00 3 1316 2.4 575-44-36 534 138 118 10.9 775-94-48 734 21516 112 36.0
300-40-30 3 114 15
16 2.3 575-52-00 534 158 12.0 800-54-48 8 11116 112 23.2
325-25-19 314 25
32 19
32 1.8 575-52-48 534 158 112 12.0 800-62-48 8 11516 112 26.6
325-30-23 314 15
16 23
32 2.1 575-72-32 534 214 1 16.1 800-72-48 8 214 112 30.9
350-30-00 312 15
16 2.6 600-41-48 6 1932 112 9.6 800-78-48 8 2716 112 33.5
350-34-00 312 1 16
1
2.9 600-46-48 6 1716 112 10.8 800-112-48 8 312 112 48.1
350-38-00 312 1 16
3
3.2 600-52-48 6 158 112 12.2 850-50-48 812 1916 112 24.3
356-28-23 3916 7
8 23
32 2.4 600-58-48 6 11316 112 13.6 850-52-48 812 158 112 24.3
356-28-30 3916 7
8 15
16 2.3 600-62-00 6 11516 15.5 850-72-48 812 214 112 35.0
356-31-23 3916 31
32 23
32 2.6 600-62-40 6 11516 114 15.5 850-84-48 812 258 112 40.8
375-30-00 334 15
16 2.9 600-62-48 6 11516 112 15.5 850-124-48 812 378 112 50.0
375-30-30 334 15
16 15
16 2.8 600-68-48 6 218 112 16.0 900-58-48 9 11316 112 32.0
375-45-30 334 11332 15
16 4.1 600-80-48 6 212 112 18.8 900-60-48 9 178 112 32.9
400-26-00 4 13
16 2.9 625-16-40 614 1
2 114 4.4 900-72-48 9 214 112 39.4
400-26-23 4 13
16 23
32 2.8 625-16-48 614 1
2 112 4.4 900-112-48 9 312 112 61.3
400-26-30 4 13
16 15
16 2.7 625-24-32 614 3
4 1 6.4 950-52-188 912 158 5 78 20.2
400-31-30 4 31
32 15
16 3.3 625-24-40 614 3
4 114 6.4 950-54-48 912 11116 112 33.1
400-32-23 4 1 23
32 3.5 625-24-48 614 3
4 112 6.4 950-60-188 912 178 5 78 23.3
400-36-00 4 118 3.5 625-28-48 614 7
8 112 7.2 950-60-48 912 178 112 36.8
400-48-30 4 112 15
16 5.1 625-30-48 614 15
16 112 8.1 950-66-48 912 2116 112 40.4
425-26-00 414 13
16 3.3 625-32-40 614 1 114 8.3 950-70-188 912 2732 5 78 27.5
425-26-30 414 13
16 15
16 3.1 625-34-48 614 1116 112 9.3 950-70-48 912 2316 112 44.0
425-30-30 414 15
16 15
16 3.6 625-38-40 614 1316 114 10.0 950-74-188 912 2516 5 78 28.7
425-38-30 414 1 16
3 15
16 4.5 625-38-48 614 1316 112 9.7 950-74-48 912 2516 112 45.3
425-42-40 414 1516 114 4.8 625-48-48 614 112 112 12.3 950-78-188 912 2716 5 78 30.3
425-45-30 414 11332 15
16 5.4 625-52-48 614 158 112 13.3 950-78-48 912 2716 112 49.0
425-50-40 414 1916 114 5.7 625-68-48 614 218 112 17.4 950-80-48 912 212 112 49.0
450-34-00 412 1116 4.8 625-80-32 614 212 1 21.1 950-82-188 912 2916 5 78 31.8
450-36-40 412 118 114 4.7 650-44-00 612 138 12.9 950-82-48 912 2916 112 50.2
450-44-40 412 138 114 5.7 650-44-48 612 138 112 12.9 950-86-188 912 21116 5 78 33.4
450-44-48 412 138 112 5.7 650-52-48 612 158 112 14.5 950-86-48 912 21116 112 54.0
450-48-48 412 112 112 6.0 650-72-48 612 214 112 20.0 950-88-48 912 234 112 53.9
475-12-40 434 3
8 114 1.8 650-96-48 612 3 112 26.7 950-96-48 912 3 112 58.7
475-22-30 434 11
16 15
16 3.3 675-36-40 634 118 114 11.0 100-80-48 10 212 112 54.4
475-22-40 434 11
16 114 3.3 675-38-48 634 1316 112 11.4 100-100-48 10 318 112 68.0
475-26-40 434 13
16 114 4.0 675-44-48 634 138 112 13.3 100-116-48 10 358 112 78.8
475-30-30 434 15
16 15
16 4.5 675-61-48 634 12932 112 19.4 100-124-48 10 378 112 84.3
475-36-00 434 118 5.7 675-72-48 634 214 112 21.7 105-56-200 1012 134 614 27.8
475-36-30 434 118 15
16 5.5 675-94-40 634 21516 114 28.3 105-58-200 1012 11316 614 28.7
475-44-48 434 138 112 6.2 700-24-48 7 3
4 112 8.2 105-100-200 1012 318 6 14 49.6
475-48-38 434 112 1316 7.0 700-26-48 7 13
16 112 8.9 105-106-200 1012 3516 614 52.5
475-48-40 434 112 114 7.0 700-28-48 7 7
8 112 8.9 110-128-48 11 4 112 105.7
475-50-00 434 1916 7.8 700-30-48 7 15
16 112 9.2
475-50-40 434 1916 114 7.8 700-32-48 7 1 112 9.8
475-54-00 434 11116 8.5 700-36-48 7 118 112 12.3
500-42-40 5 1516 114 6.8 LENGTH
700-38-48 7 1316 112 13.0
500-50-00 5 1916 8.7 700-44-48 7 138 112 14.3
500-50-40 5 1916 114 8.7 700-52-48 7 158 112 16.9
500-58-40 5 11316 114 9.5 700-58-48 7 11316 112 18.9
500-58-48 5 11316 112 9.4 700-61-48 7 12932 112 19.8
525-24-32 514 3
4 1 4.4 700-62-48 7 11516 112 21.1
525-34-00 514 1116 6.5 700-68-48 7 218 112 22.1 OUTSIDE
DIAMETER
525-36-40 514 118 114 6.5 700-112-48 7 312 112 36.4 INSIDE
525-42-00 514 1516 8.1 725-36-40 714 118 114 12.8 DIAMETER
525-48-40 514 112 114 8.7 725-94-40 714 21516 114 33.3
525-48-48 514 112 112 8.7 750-24-48 712 3
4 112 9.0
525-62-32 514 11516 1 11.5 750-44-48 712 138 112 16.5
525-72-32 514 214 1 13.3 750-50-48 712 1916 112 18.8
550-34-00 512 1116 7.2 750-58-48 712 11316 112 21.8
550-44-40 512 138 114 8.6 750-66-48 712 2116 112 24.8
550-44-48 512 138 112 8.6 750-68-48 712 218 112 25.5

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SPECIALTY

Custom Capabilities
Forgings & Castings
Forgings
Know how garnered through decades provides
unsurpassed benefit for the industrial user of
custom forgings. This includes all phases in the
forging process - die design and engineering,
forging, coining, heat treating, and polishing.
Hammers ranging in size from 1,000 to 5,000
pounds produce finished parts from a few ounces
to 50 pounds. Various alloys, the use of multi-
cavity dies, expansive capacity, and secondary
machining capability enable Martin to deliver near
100% density requirements in a cost effective
manner.
Application: Counter weight on unit handling One of the many hammers capable of producing
equipment. forgings up to 50 lbs.
Problem: Parts were being milled in-house
from purchased burned plate. Process was
expensive, but low volumes had prevented
consideration of alternate methods of
manufacture.
Solution: Instead of utilizating their expensive
CNC milling equipment on relatively low-tech
part, Martin designed a simple die for a forged
part, which worked well for medium quantity
production runs. When compared to sourcing Castings
costs, production time, and scrap, the forged Operating its own foundry enables Martin to
part was less expensive than the milled part. provide its customers with quality assurance,
The real savings has resulted from the quick lead times, and application engineering
enhanced utilization of the CNC milling assistance on cast and ductile iron parts.
equipment for other, more profitable work. With an upper range of 96 in diameter and
10,000 pounds, our own pattern shop, and
streamlined access to secondary machining,
Martins comprehensive capabilities serve a
broad spectrum of industrial uses.
Application: Conveyor.
Problem: Redesign of equipment required
flywheel and synchronous drive to be used
in more compact area. The two separate
components had clearance problems.
Solution: Martin designed a one piece
casting which allowed machining of a
duplex drive to fit in tight area. Equipment
is more compact, one final part rather than
two saves costs, and installation time is

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reduced.
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SPECIALTY
Custom Capabilities
Sintered Metal
Sintered Metal
Commonly associated with large quantity runs
of fairly simple products, the sintered metal
process also effectively addresses small
quantities for many complex and multi-level parts
where intricate machining or milling was required.
Smooth surface finishes, self-lubrication, and
tolerance repeatability are just a few of the
attributes resulting from this technology. Using a
wide range of alloys, Martin produces custom
sintered parts for many industries and
applications.
Application: Timing plate on an agricultural
implement.
Problem: Production of parts required
several steps. Purchase of disc blanks . . .
Initial rough machining . . . Drilling holes . . .
Milling slots and teeth . . . Application of rust
inhibitor . . . Use of several outside sources.
All these factors led to inconsistent Sintered metal is an excellent choice for a wide
tolerances, difficulty in coordination of lead variety of products especially those with irregular
times, scrapped parts and production shapes that would be difficult to manufacture
interruptions. using conventional methods.
Solution: Martin reviewed sample parts and
prints. Martin met with OEM engineering and
service personnel to better understand the
application. The Martin sintered component
reduced the total cost of each part by an
average of 54%, slashed acquisition costs
and allowed for deliveries using staged
release dates.

Presses delivering more than 880 tons of


pressure form parts from bronze, iron,
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copper, manganese, etc.
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SPECIALTY

Custom Capabilities
Injection Molding
Injection Molding
Since the inception of our line of injection
molded plastic components, Martin has emerged
as a leading supplier of cost effective non-
metallic products.
A combination of polymers are used to achieve
desired wear, corrosion resistance, and color
characteristics. Injection molded plastic is also
advantageous in non-sparking and sanitary
applications.
While the final form of most components is
achieved directly from the press, Martin is able to
perform secondary machining on molded parts if
necessary.
Application: Packaging equipment.
Problem: A sticky product required cleaning
with a caustic solution which led to corrosion
based fatigue of a threaded collar. In
addition, high maintenance costs in the field
were encountered due to difficulty of
One of the many injection molding machines replacing the seized collar.
used to manufacture a variety of products.
Solution: A Martin manufactured part made
of glass filled nylon was produced. The
Martin part withstood constant exposure to
the caustic solution and prevented the seizing
of threads which provided a longer part life.
Unit price was reduced by approximately
34%, warranty claims dropped significantly
and the user logo stamped on the part aided
in capturing replacement part sales.

Martin manufactures plastic products for both


power transmission and non-power transmission
applications.
E-16 For more information on our custom capabilities, please call Martin.
Index
SECTION B

BUSHINGS
INTERCHANGEABLE BUSHINGS
PRODUCT PAGE
INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
QD
Installation/Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-2
Steel Bushings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-3
Standard Bushings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-4
Weld-On Hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-5
QD Short Bushings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-6
TAPER BUSHINGS
Installation/Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-7
1008 3030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-8
3535 5050 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-9
6050 120100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-10
Weld-On Hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-11
Reborable Bushings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-12
MST BUSHINGS
Bushing Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-13
Installation & Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-14
Weld-On Hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-15
IDLER BUSHINGS; QD, MST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-16

B-1
Stock QD
Bushings
BUSHINGS

Martin MOUNTING PROCEDURE QD BUSHINGS


IMPORTANT BE SURE TAPERED CONE SURFACES OF QD BUSHING AND INSIDE OF SHEAVE OR SPROCKET HUB ARE DRY AND FREE OF ALL
FOREIGN SUBSTANCES SUCH AS PAINT, GREASE, OR DIRT.
STANDARD Mounting Assembly FOR QD SHEAVES AND SPROCKETS
MOUNTING DISMOUNTING
1. Be sure the tapered cone surfaces of the bushing and the inside of the 1. Remove pull-up bolts
driven product are clean and free of anti-seize lubricants. and screw them into
2. Slide QD bushing on shaft, flange end first. Assemble key. TAPPED holes in
3. Position QD bushing on shaft. Tighten set screw over key "hand tight" sheave or sprocket and
with standard Allen wrench only. Do not use excessive force. against flange of QD
4. Slide large end of sheave or sprocket taper bore into position over cone bushing to break cone
aligning drilled bolt holes in sheave or sprocket with tapped holes in grip.
flange of bushing. Assemble pull-up bolts and lock washers. 2. Loosen set screw and
slide QD bushing from
NOTE: Install M thru S bushings in the hub so that the two extra holes
shaft.
in the hub are located as far as possible from the bushing's saw cut.
5. Tighten pull-up bolts alternately and evenly to tightness indicated in
torque table on back. Do not use extensions on wrench handles. There
should be a gap between the face of the sheave or sprocket hub and the
flange of the QD bushing to insure a satisfactory cone grip and press fit.
CAUTION: THIS GAP MUST NOT BE CLOSED.

WARNING: Because of the possible danger to person(s) or property from accidents which may result from the improper use of products, it is important that correct
procedures be followed: Products must be used in accordance with the engineering information specified in the catalog. Proper installation, maintenance and opera-
tion procedures must be observed. The instructions given above must be followed. Inspections should be made as necessary to assure safe operation under prevail-
ing conditions. All rotating power transmission products when used in a drive are potentially dangerous and must be guarded by the user as required by applicable
laws, regulations, standards, and good safety practice. (Refer to ANSI Standard B15.1.)

REVERSE Mounting Assembly


FOR QD SHEAVES AND SPROCKETS USING JA, SH, SD, SDS, SK, SF, E, F, & J BUSHINGS
These bushings, as well as the sprockets and sheaves for them, are each drilled with six holes (three drilled and three
tapped) to allow pull-up bolts to be inserted from either side. This enables variations of mounting characteristics to suit
a particular installation.

1. Be sure the tapered cone surfaces of the bushing and the inside of the driven product are clean and free of anti-
seize lubricants.
2. Assemble sheave or sprocket with bolts inserted (But not tightened) through DRILLED holes in bushing flange
into TAPPED holes in sheave, sprocket, or other Martin QD part.
3. With key in shaft keyseat, slide assembly into approximate position on shaft with flange end of bushing away from
bearing.
4. Position QD bushing on shaft by tightening set screw over key "hand tight" with standard Allen wrench only. Do
not use excessive force.
5. Tighten pull-up bolts alternately and evenly to tightness indicated in torque table below. Do not use extensions on
wrench handles. There should be a gap between the face of the sheave or sprocket hub and the flange of the QD
bushing to insure a satisfactory cone grip and press fit. CAUTION: THIS GAP MUST NOT BE CLOSED.

A
C
C

B B

1. Remove pull-up bolts and screw them into TAPPED holes in bushing flange and against hub of sheave or sprocket
to break cone grip.
2. Loosen set screw in bushing flange and slide QD bushing from shaft.
B-2
All Steel
QD Bushings

BUSHINGS
F = Length of Mating Bore G = Gap Between QD Bushing and Mating Hub

QD Bushings Steel
Dimensions (Inches) Stock Bore Range
Cap Maximum Average
Bushing A B D E F G L Bolt Screws Standard Shallow Weight
Circle Required Minimum Keyway Keyway (Approx.)
SF-STL 9
16 3.125 458 112 114 1
8 2116 378 338 x 2 2
1
2516 21316 3.0
E-STL 3
4 3.834 6 178 158 1
8 258 5 312 x 234 8
7
278 312 10.0
F-STL 13
16 4.437 658 21316 212 3
16 358 558 3916 x 358 1 3516 4 11.5
J-STL 1 5.148 714 312 3316 3
16 412 614 358 x 412 1716 334 412 18.0
M-STL 114 6.500 9 512 5316 3
16 634 778 434 x 634 2 434 512 37.0
N-STL 112 7.000 10 658 614 7
18 818 812 478 x 812 212 518 578 57.0

Bushing Bores Keyway Shallow Key Dimension Standard Standard Keyway and Key Dimension
238 - 2916 5
8 x 316 Key Seat Key Keyway Key Bores Keyway Key
258 - 234 5
8 x 116 1
4 x 132 1
4 x 532 3
4 x 18 3
4 x 12 8
7 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 316
SF-STL
21316 - 278 3
4 x 116 1
4 x 116 1
4 x 316 7
8 x 116 7
8 x 12 15
16 - 114 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 14
21516 3
4 x 132 3
8 x 132 3
8 x 732 7
8 x 316 7
8 x 58 1516 - 138 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 516
7
8 - 278 STD. 3
8 x 116 3
8 x 14 1 x 18 1 x 58 1716 - 134 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 38
E-STL 21516 - 314 3
4 x 18
3516 - 312 7
8 x 116
3
8 x 18 3
8 x 516 114 x 14 114 x 78 11316 - 214 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 12
1
2 x 132 1
2 x 932 112 x 18 112 x 78 2516 - 234 5
8 x 516 5
8 x 58
1 - 3516 STD.
338 - 334 7
8 x 316
1
2 x 116 1
2 x 516 112 x 14 112 x 1 21316 - 314 3
4 x 38 3
4 x 34
F-STL
378 - 31516 1 x 18 1
2 x 18 1
2 x 38 134 x 18 134 x 34 3516 - 334 7
8 x 716 7
8 x 78
4 NONE 5
8 x 116 5
8 x 38 134 x 14 134 x 78 31316 - 412 1 x 12 1x1
3716 - 334 STD. 3
4 x 116 3
4 x 716 2 x 14 2x1 4916 - 512 114 x 58 114 x 114
J-STL
31316 - 412 1 x 18
5916 - 612 112 x 34 112 x 112
2 - 434 STD.
6916 - 712 134 x 34 134 x 112
M-STL 41316 - 512 114 x 14
7916 - 9 2 x 34 212 x 112
212 - 518 STD.
N-STL 5316 - 512 114 x 14 9116 - 11 212 x 78
5916 - 578 112 x 14 Shallow Key Dimension Steel 11116 - 13 3x1
Key Seat Key Keyway Key
1
4 x 132 1
4 x 532 3
4 x 116 3
4 x 716
1
4 x 116 1
4 x 316 3
4 x 18 3
4 x 12
3
8 x 132 3
8 x 732 7
8 x 116 7
8 x 12
Bushing Plain Bores Not Split 3
8 x 116 3
8 x 14 7
8 x 316 7
8 x 58
SH-STL 1
2 3
8 x 18 3
8 x 516 1 x 18 1 x 58
Reborable QD bushings
SD-STL 1
2 1
2 x 132 1
2 x 332 114 x 14 114 x 78 made of Stainless Steel are
SK-STL 1
2 1
2 x 116 1
2 x 516 112 x 14 112 x 1 available in many sizes.
SF-STL 11516 1
2 x 18 1
2 x 38 134 x 18 134 x 34 Non stock sizes are
E-STL 7
8 - 11516 5
8 x 116 5
8 x 38 134 x 38 134 x 1 available on MTO basis.
F-STL 1 - 2716 - 21516 5
8 x 316 5
8 x 12 2 x 14 2x1
J-STL 1716 - 21516
M-STL 2 - 21516
N-STL 2716 - 41516

B-3
Standard
QD Bushings
BUSHINGS

Dimensions (Inches) Stock Bore Range


Cap Maximum Average
Bushing A B D E F G L Bolt Screws Standard Shallow Set Screw Weight
Circle Required Minimum Keyway Keyway Size (Approx.)
JA 3
8 1.375 2 16
11 9
16 1
8 1116 1.665 3-10 x 1 8
3
1 114 10-24 .9
SH 7
16 1.871 21116 8
7 13
16 1
8 1516 214 3-14 x 138 2
1
138 11116 1
4 1
SDS 1
2 2.187 3316 7
8 3
4 1
8 138 21116 3-14 x 138 1
2 11116 2 1
4 1
SD 1
2 2.187 3316 1516 114 1
8 11316 21116 3-14 x 178 1
2 11116 11516 1
4 1.5
SK 9
16 2.812 378 138 114 1
8 11516 3516 3-516 x 2 1
2 218 212 5
16 2
SF 9
16 3.125 458 112 114 1
8 2116 378 3-38 x 2 1
2 2516 21316 5
16 3
E 3
4 3.834 6 178 158 1
8 258 5 3-12 x 234 7
8 278 312 3
8 10
F 13
16 4.437 658 21316 212 3
16 358 558 3-916 x 358 1 3516 31516 1
2 11.5
J 1 5.148 714 312 3316 3
16 412 614 3-58 x 412 1716 334 412 5
8 18
M 114 6.500 9 512 5316 3
16 634 778 4-34 x 634 11516 434 512 3
4 37
N 112 7.000 1014 658 614 1
4 818 812 4-78 x 812 2716 518 6 3
4 57
P 134 8.250 1134 758 714 1
4 938 10 4-1 x 912 21516 51516 7 7
8 120
W 2 10.437 15 938 9 1
4 1138 1234 4-118 x 1112 4 712 812 1 250
S 314 12.125 1734 1212 12 3
8 1534 15 5-114 x 1512 6 814 10 114 400

Inch Bore Millimeter Bore


Bushing Bores Keyway Bore Key
3
8 - 716 NO K.W. Bushing MM WXT
1
2 - 1 STD. 24, 25 8x7
JA 1118 - 118 1
4 - 116 SH 28, 30
1316 1
4 - 116 32, 35 10x8
114 NO K.W. 24, 25
1
2 - 138 STD 28, 30 8x7
1716 - 112 3
8 x 116 SDS 32, 35 10x8
SH
1916 - 158 3
8 - 116 38
11116 NO K.W.
40, 42 12x8
1
2 - 11116 STD.
134 3
8 x 18 24, 25 8x7
SDS 11316 1
2 x 18 28, 30
178 - 11516 1
2 x 116 SD 32, 35 10x8
2 NO K.W. 38
1
2 - 11116 STD. 40, 42 12x8
134 3
8 x 18 24, 25 8x7
SD 11316 1
2 x 18 28, 30
178 1
2 x 116 32, 35 10x8
11516 1
2 x 116 SK 38
2 NO K.W.
40, 42 12x8
1
2 - 218 STD. 48, 50 14x9
2316 - 214 1
2 x 18 55 16x10
SK
2516 - 212 5
8 x 116
2916 - 258 NO K.W. Important The metric system does not refer to 28, 30 8x7
keyseat or keyway dimensions as does the 32, 35 10x8
1
2 - 214 STD.
English system; instead dimensions are given for 38
SF 2516 - 212 5
8 x 316
the key itself which is rectangular in shape, not SF 40, 42 12x8
2916 - 234 5
8 x 116
square as in the English system. 48, 50 14x9
21316 - 278 3
4 x 116
21516 3
4 x 132 NOTE: TO ORDER: 55 16x10
7
8 - 278 STD. .03937=1mm SH 24 mm 60 18x11
E 21516 - 314 3
4 x 18 Ex24 mm = 0.94488 35, 38 10x8
338 - 312 7
8 x 116 40, 42 12x8
3516 7
8 x 18 E 48, 50 14x9
1 - 3516 STD. 55 16x10
338 - 334 7
8 x 316 60, 65 18x11
F 378 - 31516 1 x 18 70, 75 20x12
4 NONE 48, 50 14x9
114 - 334 STD. 55 16x10
J F 60, 65 18x11
31316 - 412 1 x 18
70, 75 20x12
2 - 434 STD. 80, 85 22x14
M
41316 - 512 114 x 14 90 25x14
2716 - 5 STD. 50 14x9
N 518 - 512 114 x 14 55 16x10
5916 - 6 112 x 14 60, 65 18x11
21516 - 51516 STD. J 70, 75 20x12
P 6 - 612 112 x 14 80, 85 22x14
6916 - 7 134 x 18 90, 95 25x14
4 - 712 STD. 100 28x16
W
7916 - 812 2 x 14

Keystock provided for nonstandard keyways.


B-4
QD & QD Short
Weld-On Hubs

BUSHINGS
QD Weld-On Hubs
Martin QD Weld-On Hubs are suitable for use in
many applications, such as welding to plate steel
sprockets.

QD Weld-On Hubs are made of steel, drilled, tapped


and taper bored for QD bushings

35 L L
45 15
L1

D D

P
B B

BC BC BC
TYPE 1 TYPE 2 TYPE 3
Catalog Dimensions Inches Type Weight
Number D L B (nom) P L1 BC Drilling Pounds Mounting
JA-A 2.250 9
16 1.37 2.125 3
16 12132 1 .4 STD or
SH-A 3.000 13
16 1.87 214 1 1 Reverse
SDS-A 3.500 3
4 2.18 2 16
11
1 1.2 Mount
SK-A 4.375 114 2.81 3516 1 3
SF-A 5.000 1 41
3.12 3 8
7
1 4
E-A 6.250 158 3.83 5 1 9
F-A 7.000 212 4.44 558 1 16
J-A 7.750 3 16
3
5.14 6 4
1
1 22.5
M-A 9.500 5316 6.49 9.250 3916 778 2 50 STD
N-A 10.500 6 41
6.99 10.250 412 8 2
1
2 75
P-A 13.000 7 41
8.24 10 2 155 Mount
W-A 15.500 9 10.43 1234 2 300 Only
S-A 19.500 12 12.12 18.750 712 15 3 558
Tolerance of D Dimension (or P dimension where applicable) JA-A Thru J-A = (+.000-.002) M-A Thru S-A = (+.000-.003)

QD Short Weld-On Hubs


L
L1

D
Martin QD Short B P

Weld-On Hubs are


designed for use in
conveyor pulleys.
BC BC BC
TYPE 1 TYPE 2 TYPE 3
Catalog Dimensions Inches Type Weight
Number D L B (nom) P* L1 BC Drilling Pounds Mounting
SFS-A 5.000 1 3.12 4.750 9
16 378 1 3.0
ES-A 6.250 118 3.83 6.000 5
8 5 1 5.5
FS-A 7.000 114 4.44 6.750 11
16 558 1 7.4 Reverse
JS-A 8.250 158 5.14 8.000 1 614 1 13.8 Mount
MS-A 9.500 238 6.49 9.250 158 778 2 22.9 Only
NS-A 10.250 238 6.99 10.000 1916 8 12 2 26.8
PS-A 12.250 278 8.24 12.000 2 10 2 47.9
WS-A 15.250 338 10.43 14.875 2 716 1234 2 84.2
SS-A 17.500 378 12.12 17.000 234 15 3 121.8
Tolerance of P Dimension SFS-A Thru MS-A = (+.000-.004) NS-A Thru PS-A = (+.000-.005) WS-A Thru SS-A = (+.000-.006)
B-5
QD Short
Bushings
BUSHINGS

Inch Bore
Bushing Bores Keyway Weight
Martin QD Short Bushings
2716 5
8 x 516 19 are suitable for use in belt
21516 3
4 x 38 17 conveyor applications
3716 15
JS 312
x 716
78
15 wherever the short hubs
31516
1 x 18
13 of a conveyor pulley
4716 10
3716 38
require the QD Short
7
8 x 716
312 37 Bushing style.
31516 34
1 x 12
MS 4716 30
41516 26
5716 114 x 14 21
512 20
31516 54
1 x 12
4716 49
41516 114 x 58 43
NS 5716 38
114 x 14
512 37
51516 31
6
112 x 14
30 Dimensions
41516 76 Dimensions (Inches)
1 4 x 8
1 5

5716 70 Cap Set


51516 112 x 34 62 Bushing A B D E L Bolt Screws Screw
Circle Requirred Size
6 62
JS 1.00 5.1484 7.25 2.38 3.38 6.25 8 x 212 (3)
5
8
5
PS 6716 112 x 14 55
612 54 MS 1.19 6.5000 9.00 3.62 4.81 7.88 4 x 3 (4)
3
4
3

61516 47 NS 1.50 7.0000 10.00 4.50 6.00 8.50 8 x 312 (4)


7
4
3

134 x 18
7 45 PS 1.50 8.2500 11.75 5.00 6.50 10.00 1 x 4 (4) 8
7

5716 114 x 58 154 WS 1.75 10.4370 15.00 5.50 7.25 12.75 118 x 5 (4) 1
51516 145
6 112 x 34 144 All dimensions are in inches, weight in pounds.
6716 136
612 135
WS 61516 126
7 134 x 34 125
712 114
71516 106
8 105
2 x 14
8716 94
812 93

B-6
Taper
Bushings

BUSHINGS
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please follow the instructions on this sheet in order for the Martin bushing to perform satisfactorily.

INSTALLATION
1 Clean all oil, dirt, and paint from shaft, bushing bore, outside of bushing and component (sprocket, sheave...etc.) bore.
2 Insert bushing into component. Match the hole pattern, not the threaded holes (each hole will be threaded on one side only.)
3. Thread set or cap screws into those half threaded holes indicated by on above diagram. Mount assembly on shaft.
4. Alternately torque set or cap screws* to recommended torque setting in chart below.
5. On 3535 and larger bushings use a block, sleeve or drift and hammer large end of bushing (do not hammer bushing directly).
6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until torque wrench reading, after hammering, is the same as before hammering.
7. Fill all unoccupied holes with grease.
REMOVAL
1. Remove all set or cap screws.
2. Insert set or cap screws in holes indicated by on drawing. Loosen bushing by alternately tightening set or cap screws.
3. To reinstall, complete all seven (7) installation instructions.

WARNING: Because of the possible danger to person(s) or property from accidents which may result from the
improper use of products, it is important that correct procedures be followed: Products must be used in accordance
with the engineering information specified in the catalog. Proper installation, maintenance and operation procedures
must be observed. The instructions given above must be followed. Inspections should be made as necessary to
assure safe operation under prevailing conditions. All rotating power transmission products when used in a drive are
potentially dangerous and must be guarded by the user as required by applicable laws, regulations, standards, and
good safety practice. (Refer to ANSI Standard B15.1.)
B-7
Taper Bushings
Dimensions
BUSHINGS

No. 1008 to 3030 Taper Bushings


Bushing Bushing Shaft
Number Bore Wt. Keyseat Keyseat
1
2 to 16
9
.27 1
8 x 16
1 1
8 x 116
1008 5
8 to 78 .21 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332
15
16 to 1 .16 1
4 x 116 1
4 x 18
1
2 to 916 .33 1
8 x 116 1
8 x 116
1108 5
8 to 78 .27 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332
15
16 to 1 .22 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18
1116 to 118 .17 1
4 x 116 1
4 x 18
1
2 to 916 .61 1
8 x 116 1
8 x 116
1210 5
8 to 78 .55 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332
15
16 to 114 .49 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18
1
2 to 916 .8 1
8 x 116 1
8 x 116
1215 5
8 to 78 .7 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332
15
16 to 114 .6 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18
1
2 to 916 .7 1
8 x 116 1
8 x 116
1310 5
8 to 78 .7 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332
15
16 to 114 .6 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18
1516 to 138 .6 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 532
1
2 to 916 .9 1
8 x 116 1
8 x 116
5
8 to 78 .8 3
16 332 3
16 332
1610 15
16 to 114 .7 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18
1516 to 138 .7 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 532
1716 to 112 .6 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316
1916 to 158 .5 3
8 x 18 3
8 x 316 Dimensions
1
2 to 916 1.2 1
8 x 116 1
8 x 116 C
5
8 to 78 1.1 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332 Class Class L M
1615 15
16 to 114 1.0 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18 Bushing 20 30 Standard Standard
1516 to 138 .8 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 532 Number A B Gray Gray Steel D F Hex. Short Hex. Short
1716 to 112 .7 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316 Iron Iron Key Key Key Key
1916 to 158 .6 3
8 x 18 3
8 x 316 1008 1.386 7
8 238 2316 11516 12164 1
4 x 12 118 5
8 114 4
3

1
2 to 916 1.7 1
8 x 116 1
8 x 116 1108 1.511 7
8 212 2516 2116 12964 1
4 x 12 118 5
8 114 4
3

5
8 to 78 1.6 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332 1210 178 1 358 314 278 134 3
8 x 58 138 13
16 158 1116
15
16 to 114 1.5 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18 1215 178 112 318 278 258 134 3
8 x 58 138 13
16 158 1116
2012 1516 to 138 1.4 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 532 1310 2 1 334 338 3 178 3
8 x 58 138 13
16 158 1116
1716 to 134 1.2 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316 1610 214 1 4 358 314 218 3
8 x 58 138 13
16 158 1116
11316 to 178 1.0 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 14
2 x 316
1615 214 112 312 314 3 218 3
8 x 58 138 13
16 158 1116
11516 to 2 1.0 1 1
2 x 14 2012 234 114 434 438 378 258 7
16 x 78 1916 15
16 2 138
1
2 to 916 3.5 1
8 x 116 1
8 x 116 2517 338 134 512 478 438 314 1
2 x 1 158 1 214 158
5
8 to 78 3.4 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332 2525 338 212 434 412 414 314 1
2 x 1 158 1 214 158
15
16 to 114 3.3 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18 3020 414 2 7 614 558 4 5
8 x 114 11316 1316 21116 2116
2517 1516 to 138 3.2 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 532 3030 414 3 614 534 538 4 5
8 x 114 11316 1316 21116 2116
1716 to 134 3.0 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316
11316 to 214 2.4 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 14 Bushings cannot be bored larger than largest bore listed.
2516 to 212 1.9 5
8 x 316 5
8 x 516
3
4 to 78 4.9 3
16 x 332 3
16 x 332 For detail dimensions required for machining hubs, consult factory.
15
16 to 114 4.7 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18
2525 1516 to 138 4.5 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 532 Key furnished for these sizes only.
1716 to 134 4.2 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316
11316 to 214 3.3 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 14
8 x 316
For general reference. Severe conditions may require larger hub. Heavy well-located web may permit
2516 to 212 2.5 5 5
8 x 516 smaller hub. Hub diameter required depends on the particular application. Consult Martin giving full
15
16 to 114 6.5 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18 information on the proposed design. Hub diameters shown are based on 20,000, 30,000, and 50,000
1516 to 138 6.3 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 532 P.S.I. minumum ultimate tensile strength respectively for Class 20 gray iron, Class 30 gray iron, and
3020 1716 to 134 6.0 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316
steel hubs.
11316 to 214 5.3 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 14
2516 to 234 4.5 5
8 x 516 5
8 x 516
21316 to 3 3.9 3
4 x 14 3
4 x 38 2 screws required. Use in positions shown for tightening bushing on shaft. In removing bushing from
15
16 to 114 9.2 1
4 x 18 1
4 x 18 shaft, remove screws and use one of them in the other hole. Bushing price includes screws.
1516 to 138 8.9 5
16 x 532 5
16 x 532
3030 1716 to 134 8.6 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316 Space required to tighten bushing. Also space required to loosen screws to permit removal of hub by
11316 to 214 7.6 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 14 puller.
2516 to 234 6.2 5
8 x 516 5
8 x 516
21316 to 3 5.0 3
4 x 14 3
4 x 38 Space required to loosen bushing using one screw as jackscrew no puller required.

Standard hex key cut to minimum usable length.

B-8
Taper Bushings
Dimensions

BUSHINGS
No. 3535 to 5050 Bushings
C
Class Class
Bushing Bore Weight Bushing Shaft A B 20 30 Steel D F G R
Number Keyseat Keyseat Gray Iron Gray Iron
3535 1 16 to 1 4
3 1
14 1
4 x 8
1 1
4 x 8
1

1516 to 138 14 16 x 532


5
16 x 532
5

1716 to 134 13 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316
11316 to 214 12 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 14 5 312 734 7 612 4.83 2 x 112
1
39
2516 to 234 11 5
8 x 516 5
8 x 516
21316 to 314 9 3
4 x 38 3
4 x 38
3516 to 312 8 78 x 14 7
8 x 716
4040 1716 to 134 22 3
8 x 316 3
8 x 316
11316 to 214 21 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 14
2516 to 234 19 5
8 x 516 5
8 x 516
21316 to 314 17 3
4 x 38 3
4 x 38 534 4 912 812 734 5.54 8 x 134
5
40
3516 to 358 15 7
8 x 716 7
8 x 716
31116 to 334 14 7
8 x 716 7
8 x 716
31316 to 4 13 1 x 14 1 x 12
4545 11516 to 214 30 1
2 x 14 1
2 x 14
2516 to 234 28 5
8 x 516 5
8 x 516
21316 to 314 26 3
4 x 38 3
4 x 38 638 412 1012 912 834 6.13 4 x 2
3
40
3516 to 334 23 7
8 x 716 7
8 x 716
31316 to 414 20 1 x 12 1 x 12
4516 to 412 18 1 x 14 1 x 12
5050 2516 to 234 38 5
8 x 516 5
8 x 516
21316 to 314 35 3
4 x 38 3
4 x 38
3516 to 334 32 7
8 x 716 7
8 x 716 7 5 1112 1012 912 6.72 8 x 214
7
37
31316 to 412 27 1 x 12 1 x 12
4916 to 5 24 114 x 716 114 x 58
Bushings cannot be bored larger than largest bore listed. 3 screws required. Use in positions shown for tightening bushing on shaft. In
removing bushing from shaft, remove screws and use two of them in the
For detail dimensions required for machining hubs, consult factory. other two holes. Bushing price includes screws. See following footnote.

Key furnished for these sizes only. Provide sufficient space to tighten and loosen bushing. Width across flats of
screw head is same as screw diameter which is shown in column F.
For general reference. Severe conditions may require larger hub. Heavy well-
located web may permit smaller hub. Hub diameter required depends on the
particular application. Consult factory giving full information on the
proposed design. Hub diameters shown are based on 20,000, 30,000, and
50,000 P.S.I. minumum ultimate tensile strength respectively for Class 20
gray iron, Class 30 gray iron, and steel hubs.

B-9
Taper Bushings
Dimensions
BUSHINGS

NO. 120100

6050 7060 TO 10085

No 6050 to 120100 Taper Bushings


C
Class Class
Bush Bore Weight Bushing Shaft A B 20 30 Steel D E F L M
Number Keyseat Keyseat Gray Iron Gray Iron
6050 31316 to 412 60 1 x 12 1 x 12
4916 to 512 55 114 x 58 114 x 58 914 5 17 1512 1312 9 634 114 x 312 158 438
5916 to 6 50 112 x 34 112 x 34
7060 4916 to 512 85 114 x 58 114 x 58
5916 to 612 75 112 x 34 112 x 34 1014 6 1812 17 1434 10 734 114 x 312 158 438
6916 to 7 65 134 x 34 134 x 34
8065 5116 to 512 120 114 x 58 114 x 58
5916 to 612 105 112 x 34 112 x 34 1114 612 19 1712 1512 11 834 114 x 312 158 438
6916 to 712 90 134 x 34 134 x 34
7916 to 8 75 2 x 34 2 x 34
10085 6916 to 712 260 134 x 34 134 x 34
7916 to 9 230 2 x 34 2 x 34 1434 812 2312 22 1912 1412 1134 112 x 414 2 538
9116 to 10 190 212 x 78 212 x 78
120100 7916 to 9 410 2 x 34 2 x 34
9116 to 11 360 212 x 78 212 x 78 1714 10 28 26 23 17 1414 112 x 414 2 538
11116 to 12 290 3x1 3x1

Bushings cannot be bored larger than largest bore listed. screws and use all except one in the other holes. Bushing price includes
screws.
For detail dimensions required for machining hubs, consult Martin.
Space required to tighten bushing. Also space required to loosen screws
For general reference. Severe conditions may require larger hub. Heavy to permit removal of hub by puller.
well- located web may permit smaller hub. Hub diameter required depends
on the particular application. Consult Martin giving full information on the Space required to loosen bushing using screws as jackscrews no puller
proposed design. Hub diameters shown are based on 20,000, 30,000, and required.
50,000 P.S.I. minumum ultimate tensile strength respectively for Class 20
gray iron, Class 30 gray iron, and steel hubs. Not currently stocked Available on order.

3 screws for 6050; four for 7060 to 10085; six for 120100. Use in positions
shown for tightening bushing on shaft. In loosening bushing, remove

B-10
Taper Bushed Type S-Type W
Weld-On Hubs Dimensions

BUSHINGS
Martin Taper Bushed Type S Weld-On Hubs are suitable for use in many applications Type S
such as for welding to plate steel sprockets. The outside diameters of these hubs
have been reduced to a minimum. This is permissible because of the reinforcing
strength of the items to which they are to be welded. Cases where the attached item
is of small dimensions should be referred to Martin.

Type S Weld-On Hubs are made of steel, drilled, tapped, and taper bored for Tapered
Bushings. Their small size and the convenience and advantages of Taper Bushed
construction make them of great value on many devices for use on shafts.

Taper Bushed Type S Weld-On Hubs


B D
For Use with Max.
Hub Bushing Bore of Weight A C G J
Number Number Bushing
S16-4 1610 158 .9 3 1 .275 .725 278 214
S16-6 1610 158 .9 3 1 .450 .550 278 214
S20-6 2012 2 1.8 3916 114 .450 .800 3716 234
S20-8 2012 2 1.4 3916 114 .570 .680 3716 234
S25-6 2517 212 2.6 414 134 .450 1.300 418 338
S25-8 2517 212 2.6 414 134 .565 1.185 418 338
S25-10 2517 212 2.5 414 134 .685 1.065 418 338
S25-16 2517 212 2.4 414 134 1.090 .660 418 338
S30-10 3020 3 4.3 514 2 .675 1.325 518 414
S30-16 3020 3 4.2 514 2 1.090 .910 518 414
S35 3535 312 12.8 612 312 1.160 2.340 638 5
See dimension tables on preceeding page for bushing data and wrench space required.
+ .000-.002
+ .005-.010
+ .001-.003
+ .000-.005
+ .010-.010

Type WA
Type W Weld-On Hubs are made of steel, drilled, tapped, and taper bored to receive
Tapered Bushings. They are very useful for welding into fan rotors, pulleys, plate
sprockets, impellers, agitators, and many other devices which must be firmly fas-
tened to the shaft.

Taper Bushed Type WA Weld-On Hubs


For Use with Max.
Hub Bushing Bore of Weight A B C D F G H J K
Number Number Bushing
WA12 1215 114 1.3 278 112 3
8 5
8 3
8 212 238 178 258
WA16 1615 158 1.5 314 112 3
8 5
8 3
8 278 234 214 3
WA25 2517 212 4.0 478 134 1
2 3
4 3
8 438 414 338 458
WA30 3030 3 8.6 512 3 3
4 3
4 1
4 518 41316 418 5
WA35 3535 312 15 634 312 114 1 3
8 614 51516 5 6
WA40 4040 4 29 734 4 112 1 3
8 714 678 534 7
WA45 4545 412 42 834 412 134 1 3
8 8 758 638 8
WA50 5050 5 57 912 5 134 1 3
8 834 838 7 834
WA60 6050 6 115 1314 5 134 114 1214 1178 914
WA70 7060 7 155 1412 6 214 114 1312 1314 1014
WA80 8065 8 180 1514 612 214 114 1414 14 1114
WA100 10085 10 340 1934 812 312 112 1834 1814 1434
See dimension tables on preceeding page for bushing data and wrench space required.
+ .000-.002
+ .000-.003
+ .000-.004

WA12 To WA50 WA60 To WA100

B-11
Taper Bushings
Metric and Reborable
BUSHINGS

Stock Taper Bushings With Metric Bores and Keyways


Metric Metric
Taper Bushing Number
Bores Keyway
1008 1108 1210
14, 16 5 x 2.3
1215 1610 1615
18, 19 1008 1108 1210 1215
6 x 2.8
20, 22 1610 1615 2012 2517
1108 1210 1215
24 8 x 3.3
1610 1615 2012 2517
1210 1215 1610
25 8 x 3.3
1615 2012 2517
1210 1215 1610
28, 30 8 x 3.3
1615 2012 2517 3020
1610 1615
32 10 x 3.3
2012 2517 3020
1610 1615
35 10 x 3.3
2012 2517 3020
1610 1615
38 10 x 3.3
2012 2517 3020
2012
40, 42 12 x 3.3
2517 3020
2012
45, 48 14 x 3.8
2517 3020
50 14 x 3.8 2517 3020
55 16 x 4.3 2517 3020
Millimeter Bores and Keyways from ISO Std. R773. 1= 25.4 millimeters

NOTE: For other metric bore sizes consult factory.

Stock Reborable Taper Bushings With No Keyways


Sintered Steel Gray Iron Steel Stainless Steel
1008 16
9
1008 1
2 1008 1
2
1108 1
2 1108 1
2 1108
1210 9
16 1210 1
2 1210 1
2
1215 1
2 1215 1
2 1215
1310 1
2 1310 1310
1610 1
2 1516 1610 1
2 1610 1
2
1615 1
2 1516 1615 1
2 1615
2012 1
2 2012 1
2 2012 1
2
2517 1
2 1916 2517 1
2 2517 1
2
2525 218 2525 2525
3020 16 11116
15
3020 15
16 1716 21516 3020 16
15
3020 16
15

3030 15
16 2716 21516 3030 3030
3535 1316 2716 21516 3535 3535
4040 1716 3716 31516 4040 4040
4545 31516 4716 4545 4545
5050 2716 31516
6050 3716 5716
7060 31516
8065 4716
10085 7
120100 8
Not currently stocked. Consult factory for availability and pricing.

B-12
MST
Bushings

BUSHINGS
Bushing Specifications
Dimensions Stock Bore Range Cap Screws Wrench
Part B Large Av. Wt. Torque
No. D L A End G B.C. W Type 1 Type 2 No. Size Lbs. In. / lbs.
G 2.00 1.00 0.25 1.1720 0.19 1.56 3/8 - 15/16 1 2 1/4X5/8 0.5 95
H 2.50 1.25 0.25 1.6250 0.19 2.00 3/8 - 1-3/8 1-7/16 - 1-1/2 2 1/4X3/4 0.8 95
P1 3.00 1.94 0.41 1.9375 0.22 2.44 0.375 1/2 - 1-7/16 1-1/2 - 1-3/4 3 5/16X1 1.3 192
P2 3.00 2.94 0.41 1.9375 0.22 2.44 0.375 3/4 - 1-7/16 1-1/2 - 1-3/4 3 5/16X1 1.5 192
P3 3.00 4.44 0.41 1.9375 0.22 2.44 0.375 1-1/8 - 1-3/8 1-5/8 3 5/16X1 2 192
Q1 4.12 2.50 0.53 2.8750 0.22 3.38 0.500 3/4 - 2-1/16 2-1/8 - 2-11/16 3 3/8X1-1/4 3.5 348
Q2 4.12 3.50 0.53 2.8750 0.22 3.38 0.500 1 - 2-1/16 2-1/8 - 2-5/8 3 3/8X1-1/4 4.5 348
Q3 4.12 5.00 0.53 2.8750 0.22 3.38 0.500 1-3/8 - 2-1/16 2-1/8 - 2-1/2 3 3/8X1-1/4 5.5 348
R1 5.38 2.88 0.62 4.0000 0.25 4.62 0.750 1-1/8 - 2-13/16 2-7/8 - 3-3/4 3 3/8X1-3/4 7.5 348
R2 5.38 4.88 0.62 4.0000 0.25 4.62 0.750 1-3/8 - 2-13/16 2-7/8 - 3-5/8 3 3/8X1-3/4 11 348
S1 6.38 4.38 0.75 4.6250 0.31 5.38 0.750 1-11/16 - 3-3/16 3-1/4 - 4-1/4 3 1/2X2-1/4 13.5 840
S2 6.38 6.75 0.75 4.6250 0.31 5.38 0.750 1-7/8 - 3-3/16 3-1/4 - 4-3/16 3 1/2X2-1/4 19 840
UO 8.38 5.25 1.06 6.0000 0.44 7.00 1.250 2-3/8 - 3-1/16 3 5/8X2-3/4 30 1680
UO 8.38 4.94 0.75 6.0000 0.44 7.00 1.250 3-1/4 - 4-1/4 4-3/8 - 5-1/2 3 5/8X2-3/4 27 1680
U1 8.38 7.12 1.06 6.0000 0.44 7.00 1.250 2-3/8 - 4-1/4 4-3/8 - 5-1/2 3 5/8X2-3/4 40 1680
U2 8.38 10.12 1.06 6.0000 0.44 7.00 1.250 2-7/16 - 4-1/4 4-3/8 - 5 3 5/8X2-3/4 50 1680
W1 12.50 8.25 1.44 8.5000 0.44 10.00 1.250 3-3/8 - 6-3/16 6-1/4 - 7-7/16 4 3/4X3 104 3000
W2 12.50 11.25 1.44 8.5000 0.44 10.00 1.250 3-3/8 - 6-3/16 6-1/4 - 7-7/16 4 3/4X3 133 3000
All tapers are 3/4 per 12" on Dia.
All dimensions are in inches except, as noted.
All bushings are cast iron, ductile iron, sintered steel, or steel. Consult manufacturer for clarification.
Metric bushings also available.
B-13
MST
Bushings
BUSHINGS

MST Wrench
Bushing Size of Torque
Size Cap Screw in. / lbs.

B-14
MST
Hubs

BUSHINGS
B.C.

ALL TAPERS 3/4 PER FT.


ON DIAMETER "H" HUBS

B.C.

"P", "Q", "R", "S", Y "U" HUBS

B.C.

"W" HUBS

Steel Hub Specifications


For Dimensions Tapped Holes Wt.
Part No. Bushing D L P L1 B K B.C. W ao No. Size Lbs.
HH1 H 2.50 0.88 2.375 0.174 1.6210 2.000 2 1/4 - 20 0.6
HCH1 H 2.50 0.88 2.375 0.625 1.6210 2.000 2 1/4 - 20 0.7
HP1 P1 3.00 1.31 2.875 0.292 1.9375 1.094 2.438 0.375 60 3 5/16 - 18 1.4
HCP1 P1 3.00 1.31 2.875 1.000 1.9375 1.094 2.438 0.375 60 3 5/16 - 18 1.1
HP2 P2 3.00 2.31 2.875 1.100 1.9375 1.094 2.438 0.375 60 3 5/16 - 18 2.5
HQ1 Q1 4.50 1.75 4.375 0.709 2.8750 1.562 3.375 0.500 60 3 3/8 - 16 4.4
HCQ1 Q1 4.50 1.75 4.375 1.250 2.8750 1.562 3.375 0.500 60 3 3/8 - 16 4.4
HQ2 Q2 4.50 2.75 4.375 1.606 2.8750 1.562 3.375 0.500 60 3 3/8 - 16 6.9
HR1 R1 5.75 2.00 5.625 0.709 4.0000 2.188 4.625 0.750 60 3 3/8 - 16 7.3
HR2 R2 5.75 4.00 5.625 1.606 4.0000 2.188 4.625 0.750 60 3 3/8 - 16 15.4
HS1 S1 6.75 3.31 6.500 0.946 4.6250 2.562 5.375 0.750 60 3 1/2 - 13 17.3
HS2 S2 6.75 5.69 6.500 2.963 4.6250 2.562 5.375 0.750 60 3 1/2 - 13 30.4
HU0 UO 8.50 3.75 8.250 2.000 6.0000 3.250 7.000 1.250 60 3 5/8 - 11 32.0
HU1 U1 8.50 5.62 8.250 2.963 6.0000 3.250 7.000 1.250 60 3 5/8 - 11 44.6
HU2 U2 8.50 8.62 8.250 6.016 6.0000 3.250 7.000 1.250 60 3 5/8 - 11 69.0
HW1 W1 12.50 6.38 12.250 2.963 8.5000 4.562 10.000 1.250 22.5 4 3/4 -10 130.0

All tapers are 3/4 per 12 on Dia.


All dimensions are in inches, except as noted.

B-15
QD & MST
Idler Bushings
BUSHINGS

Martin Idler Bushings are designed to accomodate stock V-belt drives,


sprockets, timing belt pulleys, or other products that use QD or MST type bushings.

They are equipped with two electric motor grade, permanently lubricated ball
bearings, mounted on a precision shoulder bolt. Shoulder bolt and two hex
jam nuts are zinc plated.

Installation is made by slipping the threaded shaft through a hole bored in sup-
port structure, and tightening the locking nut. Sheaves, sprockets, or other
products can be removed without dismounting the idler bushing. Available in
sizes as shown below. Boxed complete with all mounting hardware and instructions.

OL
L M
F A
J
H

D
B

Taper 34 per foot on diameter.

QD Radial Load Ratings (Lbs.) MST Radial Load Ratings (Lbs.)


2500 Hours Service Life 2500 Hours Service Life
Part RPM Part RPM
Number 100 500 1000 1200 1800 Number 100 500 1000 1200 1800
SH-BB 1260 740 580 540 480 H-BB 1/2 1411 825 655 616 538
SD-BB 1740 1020 800 760 660 P1-BB 5/8 1752 1024 813 765 668
SK-BB 2370 1360 1070 1000 880
Q1-BB 3/4 2344 1371 1088 1024 894
SF-BB 2550 1500 1180 1100 980
E-BB 4640 2720 2140 2020 1780 Q1-BB 1 2555 1494 1186 1116 975
Service Temperature Range 40 F Minimum +248 F Maximum Service Temperature Range 40 F Minimum +248 F Maximum

Part Dimensions
Number A B D F H J L M N OL
SH-BB 7
16 1.871 21116 4
3 5
8 16
15
1516 1516 16
7
3116
SD-BB 1
2 2.187 3316 114 11
16 1116 11316 1916 5
8 378
SK-BB 9
16 2.812 378 114 3
4 1316 11516 134 3
4 4916
SF-BB 9
16 3.125 458 114 3
4 1516 2116 218 7
8 5
E-BB 3
4 3.834 6 158 1716 2316 258 3316 138 678
H-BB 1/2 1
4 1.625 212 1 3
8 11
16 114 1 1
2 2 916
P1-BB 5/8 13
32 1.937 3 11732 17
32 59
64 11516 1516 5
8 34164
Q1-BB 3/4 17
32 2.875 418 11516 5
16 25
32 212 114 3
4 4732
Q1-BB 1 17
32 2.875 418 11516 9
32 57
64 212 112 1 43964

B-16
Index
SECTION C

COUPLINGS

COUPLINGS
PRODUCT PAGE

INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-1

COUPLING COMPARISON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-2

QUADRA-FLEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-4 C-24

Sleeve Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-7 C-8

Selection Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-9

Sleeves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-14

Flanges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-15 C-19

Keyseat Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-18

Spacer Flanges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-20 C-23

Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-24

CHAIN COUPLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-25 C-27

Bored-To-Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-26

QD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-26

Taper Bushed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-26

Coupling Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-27

Plain Bore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-27

Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-27

JAW COUPLING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-28 C-30

Horsepower Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-29

ML & MS Hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-30

ML & MS Spiders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-30

Martin-FLEX
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-31 C-32

Stock Sizes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-31

Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-32

C-1
Coupling
Comparison
COUPLINGS

Couplings
Comparison Chart
Allowable
Connecting Max. H. P. Max. Bore Misalignment
Type Medium Per 100 RPM RPM Range Angle Parallel

CHAIN ROLLER CHAIN 700 5000 8 618


3
2 .015

JAW ELASTOMERIC SPIDER 3.6 3600 8 258


1
1 .015

Martin FLEX
ELASTOMERIC TIRE 14.4 4500 8 312
3
4 1
8

1
QUADRA FLEX ELASTOMERIC SLEEVE 115 9200 2 6 .330 .062

Shock Load Vibration Temperature


Type Capacity Dampening Range Fahrenheit

CHAIN NONE NONE -30 225

JAW MODERATE MODERATE -60 250 1

Martin FLEX
EXCELLENT EXCELLENT -45 210 2

EXCELLENT -50 275 3


QUADRA-FLEX EXCELLENT
MODERATE -30 275 4

1 With Hytrel Spider


2 Neoprene Element
3 TPR Sleeve
4 With EPDM Sleeve

C-2
Couplings

Whatever Your Need For


Couplings Martin Has Them

COUPLINGS
Martin Offers Two Complete Lines of Jaw Couplings Martin-Flex flexible couplings
One for Greater Horsepower and One for Interchngeability. smoothly transmit power while
compensating for shaft
misalignment to 4, parallel
misalignment to 1/8 and end
float to 5/16. The two piece
flange design provides quick and
easy installation and the
elastomeric element absorbs
shock and torsional vibration
through a wide temperature
range.
ML Type MS Type

For the Most Complete Line of


Chain Couplings Available.

S/B BS TB QD Aluminum Plastic

Martin QUADRA-FLEX
A Proven Design Which Offers Long Life, Torsional Flexibility,
Ease of Installation, and Withstands Misalignment, Shock, and Vibration.

C-3
QUADRA-FLEX
4-Way Flexing
COUPLINGS

Quadra-Flex FLEXIBLE COUPLINGS

Stocked Nationwide
In Sizes 3 Through 16

Styles J, S, B, and
SC Spacers

C-4
QUADRA-FLEX
4-Way Flexing

COUPLINGS
Martin QUADRA-FLEX
Couplings, Non Lubricated,
Maintenance Free, Easy and Quick Installation

Handles All Combinations of Shock, Vibration, and Misalignment

Parallel Angular Torsional Axial


QUADRA-FLEX couplings Due to the flexing QUADRA-FLEX sleeves are The axial flexibility of the
absorb parallel misalignment characteristics of the sleeve torsionally resilient and are sleeve allows the QUADRA-
without wear and with and the locking action of the well suited to absorbing FLEX coupling to accept a
minimal loss of energy. teeth, QUADRA-FLEX shocks and dampening limited amount of end float.
The amount of parallel offset couplings easily handle vibrations that would This serves to reduce thrust
handled varies by size from angular misalignment up to 1 otherwise be transmitted loads transferred to bearings.
.015 on the size 5 up to .062 degree without any between the equipment. QUADRA-FLEX units will
on the size 16. This minimizes appreciable wear. accept axial movement of
the radial loads on bearings approximately 1/8.
when parallel misalignment
occurs.

C-5
Styles

Available in Three Styles


Type J and S Flanges
COUPLINGS

Type B Flanges
Bored-to-size flanges are manufactured for a slip fit on standard Manufactured from high strength cast iron to fit standard QD
shafting. Available from stock in a wide range of shaft sizes. bushings in sizes 6 thru 16.

Fast Coupling Disassembly Type SC Spacer Flange


Martin offers the first true drop-out spacer assembly for the QUADRA-FLEX SC Spacer Couplings feature all standard
4JSC spacer coupling. The center portion of the spacer can be spacing requirements for the pump industry. Spacer sizes
taken out, just as in the 5SC thru 14SC, by simply removing range from sizes 4 thru 14.
four cap screws in each hub. The couplings center section can
then be lifted out and the pump gaskets exposed. Flats on the
spacer hubs facilitate turning shafts with a wrench.

C-6
Sleeve
Selection
QUADRA-FLEX Nomenclature

COUPLINGS
Flanges Sleeves
Type Description Type Description
J SINTERED STEEL, BORED-TO-SIZE JEM TPR 1-PIECE SOLID, THERMOPLASTIC
S CAST IRON, BORED-TO-SIZE JEMS TPR 1-PIECE SPLIT, THERMOPLASTIC
B CAST IRON, QD BUSHED EM TPR 2-PIECE W/RETAINING RING
SC SPACER COUPLING FLANGES E EPDM 2-PIECE W/RETAINING RING
N NEOPRENE 2-PIECE W/RETAINING RING
#6 Currently Supplied in Cast Iron
H HYTREL 1-PIECE SOLID
HS HYTREL 2-PIECE
Hubs (For SC flanges)
Type Description
H REGULAR LENGTH
HS SHORT LENGTH

QUADRA-FLEX couplings come in a variety of styles and Example: Type B Flange


designs to meet specific customer needs. These include
flanges and sleeves of various types and materials. The total Size Flange Bushing
product line includes 13 sizes varying in torque ratings up to 8B SH 8 B SH
72,000 in-lbs.
(Note: The SH bushing with required bore size should be
When ordering QUADRA-FLEX couplings, the following basic specified separately.)
procedure should help expedite order processing. For coupling
flanges, give the basic coupling size, then the letter for the type Example: Sleeves
flange followed by the bore size required. For coupling sleeves,
give the coupling size followed by the letter(s) designating the Size Style & Material
type and material required. (See above) 8JEM 8 Solid, TPR
13E 13 2 Piece, EPDM
The following are various examples for reference:
(Note: Unless specified, TPR (3 thru 12) or EPDM (13 thru 16)
Example: Type J Flange will be supplied.)

Size Flange Bore Example: Complete spacer coupling


5J x 3/4 5 J 3
4
7S x 30mm 7 S 30mm 1 6EM (6 TPR 2 Piece Sleeve)
2 6SC35 (Flanges for 31/2 dropout)
(Note: Bored-to-size flanges are furnished with standard 1 6H x 1 (6 Spacer Hub for 1 Bore)
keyway and 2 setscrews unless specified otherwise.) 1 6H x 11/8 (6 Spacer Hub for 11/8 Bore)

C-7
Sleeve
Selection
QUADRA-FLEX coupling sleeves are available in four Rubber in type E; Neoprene in type N; Hytrel in type H and HS.
different types of compounds. These include TPR To determine the sleeve best suited for the application, the
(ThermoPlastic Rubber) in types JEM, JEMS, EM; EPDM material characteristics are given below.
COUPLINGS

TPR EPDM NEOPRENE *HYTREL


(Sizes 3-12) (Sizes 13-16) (Sizes 11-16) (Sizes 6-14)
QUADRA-FLEX couplings QUADRA-FLEX couplings Neoprene flexible sleeves are Hytrel sleeves are molded
are usually supplied with TPR are usually supplied with also available in sizes 11-14. specifically for high torque
sleeves in sizes 3-12. TPR is EPDM rubber sleeves in sizes These sleeves offer a higher applications. The type H will
a general use sleeve which 13-16. EPDM is a general use resistance than EPDM and transmit approximately four
combines the characteristics sleeve and can operate within are self-extinguishing. Oper- times as much power as an
of both EPDM & Neoprene a temperature range from ating temperature range for equivalent TPR, EPDM, or
into one. These sleeves -30 F to +275 F (-34 C to this sleeve is 0 F to +200 F Neoprene sleeve. Hytrel has
operate within a temperature +135 C). Torsional flexibility (-18 C to +93 C). Torsional an operating temperature
range from -50 F to +275 F is 15. flexibility is 15. from -65 F to +250 F (-54 C
(-46 C to +135 C). Torsional to +121 C). Torsional
flexibility is 15. flexibility is 7.
Note: Do not use a Hytrel
sleeve as a replacement for a
TPR, EPDM, or Neoprene
sleeve.

Sleeve Chemical Resistance


Resistance To: TPR EPDM Neoprene Hytrel Resistance To: TPR EPDM Neoprene Hytrel
Acetone A A B B Isopropyl A T A A
Ammonia, Anhydrous B T A N Kerosene B X B T
Ammonium Hydroxide Lacquer Solvents T ... C B
Solutions T A A(158F) T Lubricating Oils B X B(158F) A
ASTM hydrocarbon test fluid N C X A Methyl Alcohol A T A(158F) A
ASTM oil no. 1 B C A A Mineral Oil B X A A
ASTM oil no. 3 B C B(158F) A Naphtha B C C A
ASTM reference fuel A B C A A Nitric Acid, 10% A T B B
ASTM reference fuel B B C C A Nitrobenzene T A C C
ASTM reference fuel C B X C B Phenol T T B C
Benzene C C C B Phosphoric Acid, 20% A T T N
Butane B B A A Phosphate Esters A A C A
Carbon Tetrachloride X C C C Pickling Solution
Chlorobenzene C X X X (20% Nitric Acid, 4% HF) N X B-C X
Chloroform X C C C Soap Solutions A T A(158F) A
Chromic Acid, 10-50% T T C N Sodium Hydroxide, 20% A A A A
Dowtherm A Solvent X N B N Stearic Acid T T B(158F) T
Ethyl Alcohol A A A(158F) A Sulfuric Acid, up to 50% A T A(158F) A
Ethylene Glycol A A A(158F) A Sulfuric Acid, up to 80% A T B-C C
Fuel Oil B X A A Tannic Acid, 10% T T A T
Gasoline B B-C B A Toluene C C C B
Glycerine A T A(158F) A Trichloroethylene C X C C
Hydraulic Oils B N A A Turpentine B C C N
Hydrochloric Acid, 20% A T A B Water A A(158F) A(212F) A(158F)
Hydrogen Peroxide, 88% N T B T Xylene C C X B

A Fluid has little or no effect N No evaluation has been attempted.


B Fluid has minor to moderate effect T No data; likely to be compatible
C Fluid has severe effect X No data; not likely to be compatible
*Hytrel is a Registered Trademark of Dupont

C-8
Selection
Procedure
Selection Procedure
When the driver is an electric motor with standard speed. When the driver is other than an electric motor or the speeds

COUPLINGS
are different than those shown in the chart on page C-11.
Step 1. Determine Service Factor (SF) Symbol based on
equipment listed on page C-10. Step 1. Follow steps 1 & 2 in previous procedure.

Step 2. Determine proper Service Factor from chart at top of Step 2. Calculate Horsepower at 100 RPM as follows:
page C-10.
HP at 100 RPM = HP x Service Factor x 100
coupling RPM
Step 3. Refer to page C-12 and C-13 for proper selection of
coupling. Based on chemical resistance and operating
environment found on page C-8, select from chart the type of Step 3. Select coupling size from Tables A or C. Find a HP
sleeve material. Find RPM of motor, then, in the column for equal to or greater than the HP/100 RPM
service factor determined in Step 2, read down to the
corresponding horsepower of motor being used as the driver. Step 4. Check Maximum bore to be sure that both shaft sizes
The number listed is the correct coupling size. do not exceed figure listed for size selected in step 4. If
maximum is exceeded select the next largest size which will
Example: A coupling is needed to connect a 25 HP allow for bore size. Do not exceed maximum RPM for new size
standard electric motor to a lumber log haul at 1750 selected.
RPM.
1. Service Factor Symbol H Example: A bucket elevator is driven by a motor/reducer
2. Service Factor 2.0 and requires a coupling to transmit 14 HP at 1300 RPM.
3. Coupling Size 9 with TPR sleeve or 6 with Hytrel 1. Service Factor Symbol M
Sleeve 2. Service Factor 1.5
3. HP at 100 RPM = 14 x1.5 x 100 = 1.61 HP/100 RPM
1300
Step 4. Select flanges from pages C-15 thru C-19, check
4. Refer to page C-11; under column for 100 RPM the
coupling bore size range for proper shaft fit.
required 1.61 HP falls between the size 7 (1.2) and the
size 8 (1.8). Correct selection is size 8 with TPR sleeve.
NOTE: Do not oversize coupling hub will cause
Check bore sizes for flanges on pages C-15 thru C-19.
premature wear of element.

Maximum RPM and Allowable Misalignment


Maximum Types JEM, JEMS, EM, E and N Types H and HS
Size RPM Parallel Angular Parallel Angular
3 9200 .010 .035
4 7600 .010 .043
5 7600 .015 .056
6 6000 .015 .070 .010 .016
7 5250 .020 .081 .012 .020
8 4500 .020 .094 .015 .025
9 3750 .025 .109 .017 .028
10 3600 .025 .128 .020 .032
11 3600 .032 .151 .022 .037
12 2800 .032 .175 .025 .042
13 2400 .040 .195 .030 .050
14 2200 .045 .242 .035 .060
16 1500 .062 .330
Note: Values shown above apply if the actual torque transmitted is more than 14 the coupling rating.
For lesser torque, reduce the above values by 12.

C-9
Service
Factors
Service Factors For QUADRA-FLEX Couplings
Service Factor Electric Motor Electric Motor Reciprocating
Symbol Standard Torque High Torque Turbines Engines
COUPLINGS

L (LIGHT) 1.25 1.5 1.0 1.5


M (MEDIUM) 1.5 2.0 1.25 2.0
H (HEAVY) 2.0 2.5 1.5 2.5

Table 1
Application SF Symbols Application SF Symbols Application SF Symbols
AGITATORS - Paddle, Propeller, Screw . . . . . . . . . L DISC FEEDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L MILLS
BAND RESAW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M DOUGH MIXER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Ball, Pebble, Rod, Tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
BARGE HAUL PULLER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H DRAW BENCH CONVEYOR & Main Drive . . . . . . . H Rubber, Tumbling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
BARKING (Lumber). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H DREDGES Dryer and Cooler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
BAR SCREEN (sewage). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Cable Reel, Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M MIXER
BATCHES (textile) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Cutter Head Drive, Jig Drive . . . . . . . . . . . H Concrete, Muller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
BEATER AND PULPER (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Screen Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Banbury . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
BENDING ROLL (metal) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Maneuvering and Utility Winch . . . . . . . . . M ORE CRUSHER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
BLEACHER (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Stacker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M OVEN CONVEYOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
BLOWERS DYNAMOMETER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L PLANER (metal or wood) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
Centrifugal, Vane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L DRYERS (rotary) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M PRESSES
Lobe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M EDGER (lumber) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Brick, Brlquette Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
BOTTLING MACHINERY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L ELEVATORS Notchlng, Paper, Punch, Printing . . . . . . . M
BREW KETTLES (distilling) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M PUG MILL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
BUCKET ELEVATOR OR CONVEYOR. . . . . . . . . . M Escalator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L PULP GRINDER (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
CALENDERS Freight, Passenger, Service, Man Lift . . . . H PULVERIZERS
Calender (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M ESCALATORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Hammermill light duty, Roller . . . . . . . . M
Calender-super (paper, rubber) . . . . . . . . . H EXTRUDER (metal) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Hammermill heavy duty, Hog. . . . . . . . . H
CANE KNIVES (sugar) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M FANS PUMPS
CARD MACHINE (textile) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Centrifugal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Centrifugal, Axial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
CAR DUMPERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Cooling Tower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Gear, Lobe, Vane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
CEMENT KILN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Forced Draft, Large Industrial, Mine . . . . . M Reciprocating sgl. or dbl. acting . . . . . . *
CENTRIFUGAL BLOWERS FEEDERS REEL, REWINDER (paper) CABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . M
COMPRESSORS, FANS or PUMPS . . . . . . . . . L Apron, Belt, Disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L ROD MILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
CHEMICAL FEEDERS (sewage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Reciprocating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H SAWDUST CONVEYOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
CHILLER (oil) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Screw. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M SCREENS
CHIPPER (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H FILTER, PRESS-OIL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Air Washing, Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
CIRCULAR RESAW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M GENERATORS Rotary for coal or sand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
CLARIFIER or CLASSIFIER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Uniform load . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Vibrating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
CLAY WORKING MACHINERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Varying load, Holst. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M SCREW CONVEYOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
COLLECTORS (sewage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Welders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H SLAB CONVEYOR (lumber) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
COMPRESSORS GRIT COLLECTOR (sewage). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L SLITTERS (metal) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
Centrifugal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L GRIZZLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H SOAPERS (textile) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
Reciprocating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * HAMMERMILL SORTING TABLE (lumber) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
Screw, Lobe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Light Duty, Intermittent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M SPINNER (textile) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
CONCRETE MIXERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M Heavy Duty, Continuous. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H STOKER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
CONVERTING MACHINE (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . M HOISTS SUCTION ROLL (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
CONVEYORS Heavy Duty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H TENTER FRAMES (textile) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
Apron, Assembly Belt, Flight. . . . . . . . . . . . L Medium Duty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M TIRE BUILDING MACHINES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
Oven, Screw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L JORDAN (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H TIRE & TUBE PRESS OPENER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
Bucket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M KILN, ROTARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H TUMBLING BARRELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
COOKERS- Brewing, Distilling, Food . . . . . . . . . . . L LAUNDRY WASHER or TUMBLER. . . . . . . . . . . . . H WASHER and THICKENER (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . M
COOLING TOWER FANS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H LINE SHAFTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L WINCHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
COUCH (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M LOG HAUL (lumber) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H WINDERS, Paper, Textile, Wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
CRANES & HOISTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M LOOM (textile) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M WINDLASS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
Heavy Duty Mine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H MACHINE TOOLS, MAIN DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M WIRE
CRUSHERS Cane (sugar), Stone, Ore . . . . . . . . H MANGLE (textile) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H
CUTTER Paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H MASH TUBS (distilling) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L Winding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M
CYLINDER (paper) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H MEAT GRINDER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M WOODWORKING MACHINERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L
DEWATERING SCREEN (sewage) . . . . . . . . . . . . M METAL FORMING MACHINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M

* Consult Factory

C-10
Coupling
Ratings
Coupling Ratings
Table 2A ThermoPlastic Rubber (TPR), EPDM & Neoprene

COUPLINGS
Basic HP Ratings Rated Torsional
Coupling Sleeve Per Given RPM Torque Stiffness Factor Maximum
Size Construction 100 860 1160 1750 3500 (in.-lb.) (in.-lb./radians) RPM
3 TPR .10 .8 1.1 1.7 3.3 60 229 9200
4 TPR .19 1.6 2.2 3.3 6.7 120 458 7600
5 TPR .38 3.3 4.4 6.7 13.0 240 916 7600
6 TPR .71 6.1 8.3 12.5 25.0 450 1718 6000
7 TPR 1.20 10.0 13.0 20.0 40.0 725 2769 5250
8 TPR 1.80 16.0 20.0 32.0 63.0 1135 4335 4500
9 TPR 2.80 25.0 33.0 50.0 100.0 1800 6875 3750
10 TPR 4.60 39.0 53.0 80.0 160.0 2875 10980 3600
11 TPR 7.20 62.0 83.0 126.0 252.0 4530 17300 3600
12 TPR 11.40 98.0 132.0 200.0 7200 27500 2800
13 EPDM & Neoprene 18.00 155.0 209.0 315.0 11350 43350 2400
14 EPDM & Neoprene 28.60 246.0 331.0 500.0 18000 68755 2200
16 EPDM 75.00 645.0 870.0 47250 180480 1500

Table 2C Hytrel
Basic HP Ratings Rated Torsional
Coupling Sleeve Per Given RPM Torque Stiffness Factor Maximum
Size Construction 100 860 1160 1750 3500 (in.-lb.) (in.-lb./radians) RPM
3 HYTREL
4 HYTREL
5 HYTREL
6 HYTREL 2.9 25.0 33.0 50.0 100.0 1800 10000 6000
7 HYTREL 4.6 39.0 53.0 80.0 160.0 2875 20000 5250
8 HYTREL 7.2 62.0 84.0 126.0 252.0 4530 30000 4500
9 HYTREL 11.4 98.0 132.0 200.0 400.0 7200 47500 3750
10 HYTREL 18.0 155.0 209.0 315.0 630.0 11350 100000 3600
11 HYTREL 28.6 246.0 331.0 500.0 1000.0 18000 125000 3600
12 HYTREL 50.0 430.0 580.0 875.0 31500 225000 2800
13 HYTREL 75.0 645.0 870.0 1312.0 47268 368900 2400
14 HYTREL 115.0 986.0 1334.0 2013.0 72480 593250 2200
Hytrel sleeves are available on a made-to-order basis. Consult factory.
Values shown are for an ambient temperature of 75 F (24 C).

C-11
Sleeve
Selection Chart
COUPLINGS

Selection Chart for TPR1, EPDM, & Neoprene Sleeves


860 RPM Motor 1160 RPM Motor 1750 RPM Motor 3500 RPM Motor
Service Factors Service Factors Service Factors Service Factors
HP 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0 2.5 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0 2.5 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0 2.5 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0 2.5
2
1
3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3
4
3
3 4 4 4 5 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 3
1 4 4 4 5 5 3 4 4 4 5 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 3
112 4 5 5 5 6 4 4 5 5 5 3 4 4 4 5 3 3 3 3 4
2 5 5 5 6 6 4 5 5 5 6 4 4 4 5 5 3 3 3 4 4
3 5 6 6 6 7 5 5 6 6 6 4 5 5 5 6 3 4 4 4 5
5 6 6 7 7 8 6 6 6 7 7 5 5 6 6 6 4 4 5 5 5
712 7 7 8 8 9 6 7 7 8 8 6 6 6 7 7 5 5 5 6 6
10 7 8 8 9 9 7 7 8 8 9 6 6 7 7 8 5 5 6 6 6
15 8 9 9 10 10 8 8 9 9 10 7 7 8 8 9 6 6 6 7 7
20 9 9 10 10 11 8 9 9 10 10 7 8 8 9 9 6 6 7 7 8
25 9 10 10 11 11 9 9 10 10 11 8 8 9 9 10 6 7 7 8 8
30 10 10 11 11 12 9 10 10 11 11 8 9 9 10 10 7 7 8 8 9
40 10 11 11 12 12 10 10 11 11 12 9 9 10 10 11 7 8 8 9 9
50 11 11 12 12 13 10 11 11 12 12 9 10 10 11 11 8 8 9 9 10
60 11 12 12 13 13 11 11 12 12 13 10 10 11 11 12 8 9 9 10 10
75 12 12 13 13 14 11 12 12 13 13 10 11 11 12 12 9 9 10 10 11
100 12 13 13 14 14 12 12 13 13 14 11 11 12 12 13 9 10 10 11 11
125 13 13 14 14 12 13 13 14 14 11 12 12 13 13 10 10 11 11
150 13 14 14 16 16 13 13 14 14 16 12 12 13 13 14 10 11 11
200 14 14 16 16 16 13 14 14 16 16 12 13 13 14 14 11 11
250 14 16 16 16 16 14 14 16 16 16 13 13 14 14 11
300 16 16 16 16 14 16 16 16 16 13 14 14
350 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 14
400 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 14
450 16 16 16 16 16 14
500 16 16 16 16 16 14
600 16 16 16
700 16 16
800 16
1
ThermoPlastic Rubber

Caution: Applications involving reciprocating engines and reciprocating driven devices are subject to critical rotational speeds which may damage the coupling and/or
connected equipment. Contact factory with specific requirements.

C-12
Hytrel
Selection Chart

COUPLINGS
Selection Chart for Hytrel Sleeves
860 RPM Motor 1160 RPM Motor 1750 RPM Motor 3500 RPM Motor
Service Factors Service Factors Service Factors Service Factors
HP 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0 2.5 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0 2.5 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0 2.5 1.0 1.25 1.5 2.0 2.5
1
112
2
3
5
712 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H
10 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H
15 6H 6H 6H 7H 7H 6H 6H 6H 6H 7H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H
20 6H 6H 7H 7H 8H 6H 6H 6H 7H 7H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H
25 6H 7H 7H 8H 8H 6H 6H 7H 7H 8H 6H 6H 6H 6H 7H
30 7H 7H 8H 8H 9H 6H 7H 7H 8H 8H 6H 6H 6H 7H 7H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H
40 7H 8H 8H 9H 9H 7H 7H 8H 8H 9H 6H 6H 7H 7H 8H 6H 6H 6H 6H 6H
50 8H 8H 9H 9H 10H 7H 8H 8H 9H 9H 6H 7H 7H 8H 8H 6H 6H 6H 6H 7H
60 8H 9H 9H 10H 10H 8H 8H 9H 9H 10H 7H 7H 8H 8H 9H 6H 6H 6H 7H 7H
75 9H 9H 10H 10H 11H 8H 9H 9H 10H 10H 7H 8H 8H 9H 9H 6H 6H 7H 7H 8H
100 9H 10H 10H 11H 11H 9H 9H 10H 10H 11H 8H 8H 9H 9H 10H 6H 7H 7H 8H 8H
125 10H 10H 11H 11H 12H 9H 10H 10H 11H 11H 8H 9H 9H 10H 10H 7H 7H 8H 8H 9H
150 10H 11H 11H 12H 12H 10H 10H 11H 11H 12H 9H 9H 10H 10H 11H 7H 8H 8H 9H 9H
200 11H 11H 12H 12H 13H 10H 11H 11H 12H 12H 9H 10H 10H 11H 11H 8H 8H 9H 9H 10H
250 11H 12H 12H 13H 13H 11H 11H 12H 12H 13H 10H 10H 11H 11H 12H 8H 9H 9H 10H 10H
300 12H 12H 13H 13H 14H 11H 12H 12H 13H 13H 10H 11H 11H 12H 12H 9H 9H 10H 10H 11H
350 12H 12H 13H 14H 14H 12H 12H 12H 13H 14H 11H 11H 12H 12H 12H 9H 10H 10H 11H 11H
400 12H 13H 13H 14H 14H 12H 12H 13H 13H 14H 11H 11H 12H 12H 13H 9H 10H 10H 11H 11H
500 13H 13H 14H 14H 12H 13H 13H 14H 14H 11H 12H 12H 13H 13H 10H 10H 11H 11H
600 13H 14H 14H 13H 13H 13H 14H 12H 12H 13H 13H 14H 10H 11H 11H
700 14H 14H 13H 13H 14H 14H 12H 12H 13H 14H 14H 11H 11H
800 14H 14H 13H 14H 14H 12H 13H 13H 14H 14H 11H 11H
900 14H 14H 14H 14H 13H 13H 14H 14H 11H
1000 14H 14H 13H 13H 14H 14H 11H

C-13
Sleeves

QUADRA-FLEX Sleeves
Martin flexible sleeve elements are offered in four material compounds (ThermoPlastic Rubber (TPR), EPDM, Neoprene, and
COUPLINGS

Hytrel) available in three construction styles. Our EM sleeve offers the combination of EPDMs extended temperature range as well
as the higher oil resistance which Neoprene provides.

Types JEM JEMS


Type J sleeves are molded ThermoPlastic
Rubber (TPR). Available in 1 piece solid
(JEM), and 1 piece split, construction
(JEMS). TPR material will handle higher
temperature ranges as well as be oil
resistant.

Type JEM Type JEMS

Types EM E N
Type EM, E, and N sleeves are of two piece
molded construction with Retaining Ring.
They are available in ThermoPlastic
Rubber (Type TPR), EPDM (Type E), or
Neoprene (Type N). These can be used
with any type flanges within a given size
range.
Type EM, E, and N

Types H & HS
Martin H & HS sleeves are molded Hytrel
for higher torque loading than standard
EM sleeves. H & HS sleeves cannot be
used with style J and B flanges. Hytrel
sleeves are not a direct replacement for
TPR, EPDM, or Neoprene sleeves.
Type H Type HS

Dimensions (Inches)
JEM JEMS EM - E - N H & HS Sleeves
Coupling Sleeves Sleeves Hytrel
Size D W Wt. (lb.) D W Wt. (lb.) D W Wt. (lb.)
3 178 1 .06
4 2516 114 .10 2516 114 .11
5 21516 1916 .20 21516 1916 .25
6 334 178 .35 334 178 1.00 334 178 .44
7 41132 2316 .50 41132 2316 .77 41132 2316 .69
8 5116 212 .85 5116 212 1.4 5116 212 1.4
9 6 3 2.00 6 3 2.0 6 3 1.8
10 7116 3716 2.20 7116 3716 2.90 7116 3716 3.00
11 8316 4 4.67 8316 4 4.70
12 9916 41116 8.1 9916 41116 8.00
13 11316 512 13.0 11316 512 11.8
14 13332 612 21.1 13332 612 19.3
16 172932 834 53

13 & 14 Hytrel available with HS sleeves only.

C-14
Type J
Flanges
QUADRA-FLEX Type J Flanges

COUPLINGS
QUADRA-FLEX Type J Flanges
Martin Type J Flanges are supplied bored to size with
standard keyway and two setscrews to slip fit on
standard shafting.

Type J Flanges use the Martin JEM 1 Piece,the


Martin JEMS 1 piece split and the Martin EM 2 piece
split sleeves.
(Note: Hytrel sleeves are not intended for use with
this type of flange.)

Dimensions (Inches)
Coupling Dimensions Weight Finished Bore Sizes Max.
Size C D E G H L T X (lbs.) (Inches) Bore Millimeters
3J 13
16 2.062 7
16 3
8 114 2 3
8 9
16 .26 3
8**- 12 - 58 - 34 4
3

13
16 2.062 7
16 3
8 112 2 3
8 9
16 .26 7
8 7
8
4J 7
8 2.460 7
16 5
8 158 238 7
16 3
4 .47 1
2 - 58 - 34 - 78 - 1516 - 1 1 15 20 25
5J 1116 3.250 15
32 3
4 178 278 19
32 31
32 .86 1
2 - 58 - 34 - 78 - 1516 - 1 - 118 118
6J 1732 4.000 19
32 7
8 11516 3516 5
8 1332 1.73 5
8 - 34 - 78 - 1516 - 1
1732 4.000 19
32 7
8 212 3516 5
8 1332 1.70 118 - 1316 - 114 - 138 138
* Approximate weight for each flange.
** 3/8 Bore has no Keyway
J flanges can be rebored if necessary.

C-15
Type S
Flanges
QUADRA-FLEX Type S Couplings
(Bored to Size)
COUPLINGS

Type S flexible coupling flanges are bored to size to fit on any standard shaft. They are produced from high strength cast iron.
Units are easy to install and remove and are stocked in a wide range of bore sizes as shown on the next page.

Dimensions
Flange Bore (Inches) Hub (Inches)
Coupling Diameter Rec. Rec. Hub Diameter Length Thru Hub Proj. Weight
Size (D) Stock Max. Max. (H) (C) (E) G L T X (Lbs.)
5S 3.250 1
2 1316 114 178 138 29
64 3
4 21316 19
32 31
32 1.0

4.000 5
8 1 16
7
1 2
1
2 2
1
1 8
5 17
32 7
8 3 2
1 3
4 1332 2.1
6S 4.000 5
8 178 212 1916 13
16 7
8 4 3
4 1332 2.1

7S 4.625 5
8 1 8
5
1 8
7
2 16
13
1 32
27 11
16 1 3 16
15 25
32 1 16
5
2.7

5.450 3
4 11516 214 314 2332 3
4 118 4716 29
32 112 4.5
8S
5.450 3
4 238 314 11516 1132 118 5 29
32 112 4.5
6.350 7
8 2 8
3
2 2
1
3 8
5
2 32
13 25
32 1 16
7
5 16
1
1 32
1
1 4 3
6.5
9S
6.350 7
8 278 418 2932 114 1716 6 1132 134 6.5

7.500 118 234 318 438 22332 13


16 158 51116 1732 2 11.3
10S
7.500 118 338 434 21116 11532 158 7 1732 2 11.3
8.625 1 4
1
3 8
3
3 8
5
5 4
1
3 16
7
1 8 1
1 8
7
7 8
1
112 238 17.6
11S 8.625 114 378 558 3116 1916 178 8 112 238 17.6

12S 10.000 1 2
1
3 8
7
3 16
15
5 4
3
4 19
32 2 16
5
8 4
1
1 16
11
2 16
11
27.2

13S 11.750 2 412 634 438 1516 21116 914 13132 3116 45.6

14S 13.875 2 5 7 2
1
4 2
1
1 16
1
3 4
1
9 8
7
2 4 1
3 2 1
70.0

16S 18.875 2 512 6 8 6 2 434 1414 234 414 162.0


Recommended max. bore with standard keyway.
Recommended max. bore with shallow keyway. See chart on page C-18 for recommended keyway size.
Approximate weight for each flange.

C-16
Type S
Flanges
Type S QUADRA-FLEX Couplings
Finished Bore Sizes

COUPLINGS
Inches / Millimeters
Coupling Finished Bore Sizes

Size Inches / mm
5S 8
5
4
3 13
16 7
8 16
15
1 1116 118 1316 114 15mm 20mm 25mm
4
3
8
7 15
16 1 1116 118 1316 114 1516 138 1716 112 20mm 25mm 28mm 30mm 35mm
6S 1 8 5
1 4 3
1 8 7

7S 4
3
8
7 15
16 1 1116 118 1316 114 1516 138 1716 112 1916 158 11116 134 178 25mm 28mm 30mm 38mm 42mm
8
7
16
15
1 1116 118 1316 114 1516 138 1716 112 1916 158 11116 134 178 11516 2116 218 28mm 30mm 32mm 38mm 42mm 48mm
8S
2 8 3

16
15
1 1116 118 114 138 1716 112 1916 158 11116 134 178 11516 2 2116 218 2316 214 238 212 30mm 32mm 38mm 42mm 48mm
9S
278
118 114 138 1716 112 1916 158 11116 134 178 11516 2 2116 218 2316 214 238 2716 212 234 278 55mm 60mm
10S
3 8 3

114 138 1716 1916 158 134 178 2116 218 214 238 258 234 278 338
11S
378
12S 178 218 238 258 278 338 378 31516 90mm
13S 2 8 3
2 8 7
3 8 3

14S 278
16S o

o Plain bore only.

C-17
Keyseat
Dimensions
Standard Keyway Dimensions
Shaft Diameter Width Depth
2-916
1 1
8 1
16
COUPLINGS

8- 8
5 7 3
16 3
32
15
16-114 1
4 1
8
1516-138 5
16 5
32
1716-134 3
8 3
16
11316-234 1
2 1
4
2516-234 5
8 5
16
21316-314 3
4 3
8
3516-334 7
8 7
16
31316-412 1 1
2
4916-512 114 5
8
5916-612 112 3
4

Bore Tolerances for


Types J and S Flanges, SC Hubs
Bore (Inch) Tolerance (Inch)
UP to 1 +.0000 to +.0010
1116 to 218 +.0000 to +.0015
2316 to 258 +.0000 to +.0020
21116 to 31116 +.0000 to +.0025
334 to 434 +.0000 to +.0030
41316 to 6 +.0000 to +.0035
These bores provide a slip fit.

Shallow Keyseat Dimensions


Coupling Hub Dia. Length Thru Shallow Keyseat Dimensions
Size (H) (C) Bore Keyway Key Bore Keyway Key Bore Keyway Key
212 1516 3
8 x 18
6S 15 8 8 x 516 x 114
3
134 3
8 x 116 8 x 14 x 114
3
17 8 1
2 x 116 1
2 x 516 x 112
21316 1916 3
8 x 18
7S 21316 12732 17 8 1
2 x 18 1
2 x 38 x 11316
8S 314 2316 21 8 1
2 x 316 1
2 x 718 x 2116 23 8 5
8 x 18 8 x 716 x 11516
5

8S 314 11516 21 8 1
2 x 316 1
2 x 718 x 2116 23 8 5
8 x 18 8 x 716 x 11516
5

358 21332 21 2 5
8 x 316 5
8 x 38 x 238 27 8 3
4 x 18 3
4 x 12 x 2116
9S
418 2932 21 2 5
8 x 316 5
8 x 38 x 238 27 8 3
4 x 18 3
4 x 12 x 2116
438 22132 27 8 3
4 x 14 3
4 x 58 x 21116 33 8 7
8 x 316 7
8 x 38 x 21116
10S
434 21116 27 8 3
4 x 14 3
4 x 58 x 21116 33 8 7
8 x 316 7
8 x 38 x 21116
314 3716 37 8 1 x 14 1 x 34 x 3
478 3716 37 8 1 x 14 1 x 34 x 3
11S
514 3716 37 8 1 x 14 1 x 34 x 3
558 3116 37 8 1 x 14 1 x 34 x 3
334 4 315 16 1 x 14 1 x 34 x 31516
12S 478 4 315 16 1 x 14 1 x 34 x 31516
534 4 315 16 1 x 14 1 x 34 x 31516

C-18
Type B
Flanges
Type B Bushed QUADRA-FLEX

COUPLINGS
Flanges
Type B flanges are made of high quality cast iron. The
same high strength cast iron used in the Type S and
SC QUADRA-FLEX flanges. Type B is designed to
accommodate Martin QD bushings for easy
installation and removal. Type B flanges are not
intended for use with Hytrel sleeves.

Coupling Bushing Dimensions Max. Weight Lbs.


Size Required C1 C2 D E F G L T X Bore Flange Bushing
6B JA 11732 1 4.000 7
16 2 7
8 3516 25
32 1332 1316 1.7 .9
7B JA 11932 1 4.625 7
16 2 1 3716 25
32 1516 1316 2.0 1.0
8B SH 12732 114 5.450 1
2 2 16
11
1 16
7
31516 29
32 112 158 3.1 1.0
9B SD 2316 1 16
13
6.350 7
16 3316 1716 458 1 32
1
134 11516 4.9 1.5
10B SK 12732 178 7.500 5
8 378 158 5516 1 32
7
2 212 7.0 2.0
11B SF 218 2 8.625 5
8 458 178 618 112 238 234 11.8 3.0
12B E 21116 258 10.000 7
8 6 2516 7716 11116 2 16
11
3716 17.2 10.0
13B F 31116 358 11.750 1 658 21116 858 13132 3 31516 30.5 11.5
14B F 31116 358 13.875 1 658 314 934 214 312 31516 51.0 11.5
16B J 434 412 18.875 1316 714 434 1258 234 414 412 120.0 18.0

Maximum bore with keyseat.


Approximate weight for each flange.

QD Bushing Keyway Dimensions


Bushing Bores Keyseat
1
2 - 1 STANDARD
JA 1116 - 118 1
4x116
1316 1
4x116
114 NO K.S.
1
2 - 138 STANDARD
SH 1716 - 158 3
8x116
11116 NO K.S.
1
2 - 11116 STANDARD
134 3
8x18
SD 11316 1
2x18
178 - 11516 1
2x116
2 NO K.S.
1
2 - 218 STANDARD
SK 2 16 - 214
3 1
2x18 TO REMOVE
SLEEVE X
2516 - 212 5
8x116
2916 - 258 NO K.S
1
2 - 214 STANDARD
2516 - 212 5
8x316 Bushings
SF 2916 - 234 5
8x116
21316 - 278 3
4x116
21516 3
4x132
Martin QD bushings offer convenient mounting of the
7
8 - 278 STANDARD flange to the shaft securely without setscrews. They
E 21316 - 314 3
4x18 are tapered and are split through both the bushing
3516 - 3716 7
8x116 flange and taper to provide a clamp fit, eliminating
312 7
8x116
1 - 3516 STANDARD
wobble, vibration, and fretting corrosion. This is the
F 338 - 334 7
8x316 same bushing used in Martin sprockets and sheaves
31316 - 31516 1x18 and is readily available.
4 NO K.S.
114 - 334 STANDARD
J 3 16 - 31516
13
1x18
4 - 412 1x18

C-19
Type SC
Spacer Couplings
COUPLINGS

The dimensions for completely assembled


QUADRA-FLEX Type SC Spacer Couplings
are shown below. See next page for
dimensions of separate components.

Required Max.
Distance Use Use Bore Dimensions
Coupling Between Flange Hub Standard Weight2
Size Shafts Number Number Keyway D L2
G R (Lbs.)
4JSC 312 4JSC35 4H 118 2.460 558 5
8 1
2 4.7
5SC 312 5SC35 5H 118 3.250 558 3
4 9
16 4.1
6SC 312 6SC35 6H 138 4.000 578 7
8 3
4 7.1
6SC 438 6SC44 6H 138 4.000 634 7
8 3
4 7.9
6SC 5 6SC50 6H 138 4.000 738 7
8 3
4 8.5
7SC 312 7SC35 7H 158 4.625 638 1 5
8 9.1
7SC 438 7SC44 7H 158 4.625 714 1 5
8 10.1
7SC 5 7SC50 7H 158 4.625 778 1 5
8 10.7
8SC 312 8SC35 8H 178 5.450 678 118 13
16 14.7
8SC 312 8SC35-10 10H 238 5.450 818 118 13
16 22.7
8SC 438 8SC44 8H 178 5.450 734 118 13
16 16.1
8SC 5 8SC50 8H 178 5.450 838 118 1316 15.9
8SC 5 8SC50 -10 10H 238 5.450 958 118 1316 26.5
9SC 312 9SC35 9H 218 6.350 712 1716 1116 22.0
9SC 438 9SC44 9H 218 6.350 814 1716 1116 23.4
9SC 5 9SC50 9H 218 6.350 878 1716 1116 24.6
9SC 5 9SC50 -11 11H 278 6.350 1038 1716 1316 40.2
9SC 7 9SC70-11 11H 278 6.350 1238 1716 1316 48.2
9SC 734 9SC78-11 11H 278 6.350 1318 1716 1316 50.8
10SC 434 10SC48 10H 238 7.500 938 158 1316 35.4
10SC 5 10SC50 10H 238 7.500 958 158 1316 38.2
10SC 7 10SC70-13 13H 338 7.500 1358 158 178 71.8
10SC 734 10SC78-13 13H 338 7.500 1438 158 178 75.6
10SC 10 10SC100-13 13H 338 7.500 1658 158 178 89.0
11SC 434 11 SC48 11H 278 8.625 1058 178 1316 54.5
11SC 5 11 SC50 11H 278 8.625 1038 178 1316 54.8
11SC 7 11SC70-14 14H 378 8.625 1458 178 2 85.7
11SC 734 11SC78-14 14H 378 8.625 1538 178 2 90.1
11SC 10 11SC100-14 14H 378 8.625 1758 178 2 102.5
12SC 7 12SC70 12H 278 10.000 1278 2516 112 87.7
12SC 7 12SC70-14 14H 378 10.000 1458 2516 2 98.9
12SC 734 12SC78 12H 278 10.000 1358 2516 112 91.5
12SC 734 12SC78-14 14H 378 10.000 1538 2516 2 103.3
12SC 10 12SC100-14 14H 378 10.000 1758 2516 2 115.5
13SC 734 13SC78 13H 338 11.750 1438 21116 178 121.8
14SC 734 14SC78 14H 378 13.875 1538 314 2 179.4
Short (HS) hub also available.
Approximate weight for completely assembled spacer coupling.
1
4JSC35 x 118 has a shallow keyway.
2
L dimension and weight will change if one or two short (HS) hubs are used.
NOTE: Refer to page C-23 to order specify components separately.

C-20
Type SC Flanges
and Hubs
Type SC Flanges and Hubs
Tables below provide dimensional

COUPLINGS
information for QUADRA-FLEX Flanges
and Hubs used for Spacer Couplings.
Assembled dimensions are listed on
opposite page. Any of the sleeves shown
on page C-14 can be used.

For Distance Dimensions


Coupling Flange Between For Weight
Size Number Shafts Hub D E H C T (Lbs.)
4JSC 4SC35 312 4H 2.460 7
16 2 7
8 7
16 1.2
5SC 5SC35 312 5H 3.250 51
64 2 11116 19
32 1.2
6SC35 312 6H 4.000 19
32 212 158 23
32 2.0
6SC 6SC44 438 6H 4.000 1132 212 2116 23
32 2.4
6SC50 5 6H 4.000 11132 212 238 23
32 2.7
7SC35 312 7H 4.625 15
32 21316 158 25
32 2.3
7SC 7SC44 438 7H 4.625 29
32 21316 2116 25
32 2.8
7SC50 5 7H 4.625 1 32
7
21316 238 25
32 3.1
8SC35 312 8H 5.450 9
32 314 158 29
32 3.5
8SC35-10 312 10H-10HS 5.450 9
32 438 158 29
32 3.4
8SC 8SC44 438 8H 5.450 23
32 3124 2116 29
32 4.2
8SC50 5 8H 5.450 1132 314 238 29
32 4.6
8SC50-10 5 10H-10HS 5.450 1132 438 238 29
32 5.3
9SC35 312 9H-9HS 6.350 1
16 358 11116 1132 5.1
9SC44 438 9H-9HS 6.350 7
16 358 2116 1132 5.8
9SC 9SC50 5 9H-9HS 6.350 3
4 358 238 1132 6.4
9SC50-11 5 11H-11HS 6.350 3
4 514 238 1132 6.9
9SC70-11 7 11H-11HS 6.350 134 514 338 1132 10.9
9SC78-11 734 11H-11HS 6.350 218 514 334 1132 12.1
10SC48 434 10H-10HS 7.500 11
32 438 214 1732 9.8
10SC50 5 10H-10HS 7.500 15
32 438 238 1732 10.1
10SC 10SC70-13 7 13H-13HS 7.500 11532 618 338 1732 14.5
10SC78-13 734 13H-13HS 7.500 12732 618 334 1732 16.3
10SC100-13 10 13H-13HS 7.500 23132 618 478 1732 22.5
11SC48 434 11H-11HS 8.625 1
32 514 112 112 12.5
11SC50 5 11H11HS 8.625 1
16 514 1916 112 12.7
11SC 11SC70-14 7 14H 8.625 1116 612 2916 112 16.1
11SC78-14 734 14H 8.625 1716 612 21516 112 18.3
11SC100-14 10 14H 8.625 2916 612 4116 112 24.5
12SC70 7 12H-12HS 10.000 21
32 534 21532 11116 23.2
12SC70-14 7 14H 10.000 21
32 612 21532 11116 21.2
12SC 12SC78 734 12H-12HS 10.000 1132 534 22732 11116 25.1
12SC78-14 734 14H 10.000 1132 612 22732 11116 23.4
12SC100-14 10 14H 10.000 2532 612 33132 11116 29.5
13SC 13SC78 734 13H-13HS 11.750 9
16 618 314 13132 38.4
14SC 14SC78 734 14H 13.875 1
32 612 22332 214 55.0
Flanges can be mixed to form different Between-Shaft Dimensions. See chart on page 23.
Approximate weight for each flange.

C-21
SC Spacer
Hub Bores
COUPLINGS

Stock Bores Dimensions


Coupling Hub Max. Plain Bore with Standard Cap Screws Weight
Size Number Bore Bore Keyway and Setscrew K H Furnished (Lbs.)
4JSC 4H 1 8
1 1
2 5
8 - 8 - 1 - 1 8
7 1
1 8
5
2 4 10x2 1.1
5SC 5H 118 1
2 5
8 - 34 - 78 - 1 - 118 1332 2 4 10x112 .7
6SC 6H 138 5
8 3
4 - 78 - 1 - 118 - 114 - 138 1732 212 4 14x134 1.3
7SC 7H 158 5
8 7
8 - 1 - 118 - 138 - 112 - 158 11532 21316 4 14x178 1.9
8SC 8H 178 3
4 7
8 - 1 - 118 - 138 - 112 - 158 - 134 - 178 12332 314 4 516x214 3.2
9SC 9H 218 7
8 1 - 118 - 138 - 112 - 158 - 134 - 178 - 218 13132 358 4 38x234 4.4
9HS 112 .... 118 11732 358 4 38x214 3.7
10SC 10H 238 118 158 - 178 - 218 - 238 21132 438 4 716x3 7.3
10HS 158 .... 118 12132 438 4 716x212 5.5
11SC 11H 278 118 178 - 218 - 238 - 278 22332 514 4 12x312 12.2
11HS 178 .... 118 - 158 12932 514 4 12x234 9.3
12SC 12H 278 178 178 - 218 - 238 - 278 23132 534 4 58x4 16.6
12HS 212 .... 238 21732 534 4 58x312 14.1
13SC 13H 338 .... 238 - 278 - 338 31132 618 4 58x434 19.9
13HS 212 .... 218 - 238 21532 618 4 58x312 16.0
14SC 14H 378 .... 238 - 278 - 338 - 378 32732 612 4 58x5 24.2
4JSC x 118 has a shallow keyseat.
Approximate weight for each hub.

C-22
Between-Shaft
Spacings
QUADRA-FLEX Between-Shaft Spacings
Spacer couplings are available with the most popular between flanges; the Combination column provides spacings with

COUPLINGS
shaft dimensions. Spacings other than standard can be mixed flanges; the column headed Semi-Spacer uses one
achieved by mixing flanges. flange that is not made for spacer coupling and therefore does
The Standard column provides spacings using identical not have a detachable hub.

Standard Combination Semi-Spacer

Standard Combination Semi-Spacer


Spacing Use Flanges Spacing Use Flanges Spacing Use Flanges
312 2 - ( ) SC35 31516 SC35 & SC44 178 S & SC35
438 2 - ( ) SC44 414 SC35 & SC50 2516 S & SC44
5 2 - ( ) SC50 41116 SC44 & SC50 258 S & SC50
7 2 - ( ) SC70 514 SC35 & SC70 358 S & SC70
734 2 - ( ) SC78 558 SC35 & SC78 4 S & SC78
10 2 - ( ) SC100 51116 SC44 & SC70 518 S & SC100
6 SC50 & SC70
6116 SC44 & SC78
638 SC50 & SC78
634 SC35 & SC100
7316 SC44 & SC100
738 SC70 & SC78
712 SC50 & SC100
812 SC70 & SC100
878 SC78 & SC100

Check individual coupling size for flange availability.


Non-Stock
NOTE: Other combinations available consult
factory.

C-23
Installation
Instructions
Martin QUADRA-FLEX flanges (hubs) and elastomeric Step 5. Slide loose flange on the shaft until the sleeve has
elements (sleeves) come in a wide range of sizes and types. seated completely in teeth of both flanges. Refer to Y
First, determine the size and type of coupling components dimension although not a critical dimension. Secure the flange
to shaft and torque set screws and cap screws to correct
COUPLINGS

required. Remove all components from their boxes and loosely


assemble the coupling. Do not install the wire ring on the two
piece sleeves at this time. Check maximum RPM values in
table against operating speeds.
Martin EM sleeves are rated the same as other EPDM and
Neoprene sleeves, and may be used interchangeably; however,
Hytrel sleeves are rated at different values and may not be
interchanged with Martin EM sleeves, or the EPDM and
Neoprene sleeves. Check horsepower and torque ratings when
selecting Hytrel sleeves.
Parallel Angular
Step 6. Check parallel alignment by placing a straight edge
across the two coupling flanges and measure the maximum
offset at several points around the periphery of coupling. Do
not rotate coupling when taking these measurements. Refer to
table for maximum allowed offset of parallel alignment. Realign
the coupling if necessary.
Step 7. Check angular alignment with a micrometer, vernier, or
caliper. Take measurement from outside to outside of flanges at

Step 1. Make sure the motor driving the part or components is


several points around the periphery of coupling. Do not rotate

locked out electrically in such a manner that it cannot be started


coupling when taking these measurements. Determine the

by anyone, however remote from the area. The same type of


difference between maximum and minimum dimensions and
check to make sure they do not exceed the angluar figure on the
lockout procedure applies to any other driving device which table. If a correction is necessary, recheck parallel alignment.
may be used. Failure to follow these instructions may result in
personal injury or property damage. Maximum RPM and Allowable Misalignment
Step 2. Prepare shafts for coupling installation. Inspect all (Dimensions in Inches)
coupling components and remove any protective coating or Sleeve Max. Types JEM, EM, E and N Type H & HS
lubricants from bores, mating surfaces, and fasteners. Size RPM Parallel Angular Y Parallel Angular Y
Step 3. Slide one coupling flange onto each prepared shaft 3 9200 .010 .035 1.188
4 7600 .010 .043 1.500
using key stock where required. With the QD Type B flange, it 5 7600 .015 .056 1.938
may be necessary to expand the QD bushing bore for ease of 6 6000 .015 .070 2.438 .010 .016 2.500
installation. 7 5250 .020 .081 2.563 .012 .020 2.625
8 4500 .020 .094 2.938 .015 .025 3.000
Step 4. Position the flange on the shafts to acheive the 9 3750 .025 .109 3.500 .017 .028 3.563
approximate Y dimension (distance between flanges) shown 10 3600 .025 .128 4.053 .020 .032 4.125
11 3600 .032 .151 4.875 .022 .037 4.938
in table. It is best to have equal shaft length into each flange. 12 2800 .032 .175 5.688 .025 .042 5.750
Tighten one flange in position, and slide the other flange 13 2400 .040 .195 6.688 .030 .050 6.688
sufficient distance back to install sleeve. Do not install wire ring 14 2200 .045 .242 7.750 .035 .060 7.813
16 1500 .062 .330 10.250
on two piece sleeve in its final position at this time, but allow it
to hang loosely in groove next to teeth. NOTE: Values shown above may apply if the actual torque transmitted is more than
1
4 the coupling rating. For lesser torque, reduce the above values by 12.
Type H & HS sleeves should not be used as direct replacements for JEM or EM
sleeves.
Value when using 6J flanges is 2.125.

Step 8. If the coupling employs the two-piece sleeve with wire


ring, install ring in center groove of sleeve.
Note: Some force may be required to seat the ring in groove.
Step 9. Install protective guards and/or shields per OSHA and
any other additional local or state safety codes as required.

WARNING: Coupling sleeves may be forced from coupling


when subjected to a severe shock load or abuse.

C-24
Roller Chain
Couplings

Stock Flexible Couplings

COUPLINGS
Type TBH Type TBF

Bored to Size QD Covers


and Stock Bore

C-25
Stock Flexible
Couplings
All Martin chain couplings have hardened teeth

Bored to Size Couplings With Finished Bore, Keyway, and Set Screw
Coupling Stock Finishd Bores Coupling Weight
COUPLINGS

A B C L
Number Include Standard Keyway and Setscrew O. D. Lbs.
4012 1
2, 58, 34 11332 118 9
32 21732 21332 .4
4016 5
8, 34, 78, 1516, 1, 118, 1316, 114 13132 118 9
32 21732 3132 .8
5016 4, 8, 1, 118, 1316, 114, 138, 1716, 112, 158
3 7
212 1716 3
8 314 32532 1.6
5018 4, 8, 1, 118, 1316, 114, 138, 1716, 112, 158, 134, 178, 11516
3 7
23132 11116 3
8 334 4316 2.4
6018 1, 118, 1316, 114, 138, 1716, 112, 158, 134, 178, 11516, 2, 218, 2316, 214, 238, 2716 312 178 7
16 4316 5 4.8
6020 118, 114, 112, 134, 11516, 218, 238, 2716, 258 378 2 7
16 4716 512 5.2
6022 118, 134, 178, 11516, 218, 238, 2716, 258, 234, 278 412 218 7
16 41116 56164 7.8
8018 118, 134, 11516, 2, 218, 238, 2716, 258, 278, 21516 4916 238 37
64 52164 62132 9.5
8020 112, 2316, 2716, 21116, 21516, 318, 338, 3716 538 258 37
64 53364 71964 13.4
10018 112, 2716, 278, 21516, 3716 51116 234 23
32 6732 82164 18.2
10020 2, 338, 3716, 31516 62332 318 23
32 63132 918 25.0
12018 3716, 31516, 4716 634 312 55
64 778 10 28.0
12022 438, 4716, 41516 834 4 55
64 878 115764 55.0
CAUTION: All rotating power transmission products are potentially dangerous and must be properly guarded for the speeds and applications for which they were intended.

QD Couplings
Coupling Bushing Max. Coupling Weight
A B D C L K
Number Used Bore O. D. Lbs.
4016JA JA 1 2 8
7
1 16
5 9
32 2 32
29
3 32
1
1 4
1
.9
5018SH SH 138 23132 1 112 3
8 338 4316 134 1.3
6020SK SK 218 378 114 178 7
16 4316 512 214 2.5
8018SF SF 2516 4916 134 238 37
64 52164 62132 214 5.3

Maximum bore shown is the maximum bore with standard keyway. It is recommended that this maximum not be exceeded in both halves of a coupling.
Minimum clearance required to remove the coupling half by using the screws as jack screws.

Taper Bushed Couplings Type TBH and TBF


Type TBH Type TBF Bushing Data
Weight
Coupling Coupling Bushing Max. Min. A B C J K L OD
Lbs.
Number Number Used Bore Bore
4016TBH 4016TBF 1108 118 2
1
13132 8
7 9
32 5
8 4
3
2132 3132 .9
5018TBH 5018TBF 1610 158 2
1
23132 1 3
8 13
16 1 16
1
238 4316 1.1
6020TBH 6020TBF 2012 2 1
2 378 114 7
16 15
16 138 21516 512 2.7
8020TBH 8020TBF 3020 3 15
16 538 2 37
64 1316 2116 43764 71964 6.1
10020TBH 10020TBF 3535 312 1316 62332 312 23
32 2 258 72332 918 19.0

Space needed for (1) tightening bushing with shortened hex key (2) loosening screws for puller to remove hub.
Minimum clearance required to remove the coupling half by using the screws as jack screws with shortened hex key.

Our Standard Covers Fit These Couplings

COUPLING
OD

C B
L

HH FF FH

C-26
Stock Flexible
Couplings
All Martin chain couplings have hardened teeth

Coupling Selection

COUPLINGS
Coupling
OD
A Roller chain couplings have a torque capacity in excess of the torque normally
transmitted by shafting which falls within the coupling bore range. Select the smallest
coupling which will accomodate both shafts. For a reversing operation, shock or
pulsating loads, or other severe operating conditions, select the next larger coupling
size.
C B
L A cover should be used to assure maximum service life, particularly if the coupling
operates at high speeds or under moist conditions. For proper lubrication, fill the space
between the cover and the coupling with soft to medium consistency coupling grease.

Coupling With Plain Bores for Reboring


Maximum Minimum Coupling
Coupling Bore Plain Bore Weight Recommended Chain Weight
Number Inches Inches (Lbs.) Maximum RPM Number Lbs.
4012 7
8 7
16 .5 5000 4012 CHN .4
BS Coupling 4016 1516 5
8 1.0 5000 4016 CHN .5
5016 11116 5
8 2.2 4000 5016 CHN 1.2
5018 2 3
4 3.5 3600 5018 CHN 1.3
6018 2716 1 5.0 3000 6018 CHN 2.2
6020 234 118 6.5 2500 6020 CHN 2.6
Coupling
6022 3 118 9.4 2500 6022 CHN 2.7
OD 8018 318 118 11.0 2000 8018 CHN 5.3
8020 3916 112 16.3 2000 8020 CHN 5.9
10018 378 112 20.3 1800 10018 CHN 9.8
10020 458 112 31.8 1800 10020 CHN 10.9
12018 41116 2 36.8 1500 12018 CHN 17.3
12022 618 2 70.0 1200 12022 CHN 21.2

Stock Coupling Covers


Covers Fit Taper Bushed, QD and Stock, and Finished Bore Couplings. Covers allow
excellent lubrication, and their use is recommended to obtain maximum coupling life.
Covers are of aluminum and are made in halves for easy installation. Synthetic rubber
oil seals, which contact the coupling hubs, retain the lubricant and prevent the entry of
dirt. Covers are fitted with gaskets between the halves.

Cover Aluminum Plastic Wt.


Cat. No. D W D W Lbs.
QD Coupling 4012COV** 4 2 4 2 16
5
.78
4016COV** 4 2 4 2516 .92
5016COV** 518 238 518 258 1.30
5018COV** 518 238 518 258 1.30
6018COV** 638 21516 638 3116 2.44
6020COV** 638 21516 638 3116 2.44
6022COV* 8316 4 8316 4 4.88
8018COV 8316 4 8316 4 4.88
8020COV 8316 4 8316 4 4.88
10018COV 938 51516 938 51516 8.76
10020COV 1018 514 1018 514 12.66
Type TBF 12018COV 1138 738 1138 738 16.46
12022COV 1314 71516 1314 71516 19.50
* Use 8018 cover Special Seals Available
** Furnished in Plastic unless specified with AL
Suffix when ordering.

Aluminum
and
Plastic

Type TBH
C-27
Flexible Jaw
Couplings
COUPLINGS

Martin Universal (ML) Martin Super (MS)

Now Martin Offers Two Styles


The Martin Super Higher Horsepower
The Martin Universal Completely Interchangeable
No Lubrication Easy inspection of load carrying Spider

Easy Installation Flexibility of angular or parallel


misalignment of shafts by Buna-N Spider
No Metal to Metal Contact member permits smooth Power Transmission

Resistant to oil, dirt, sand, moisture, grease

C-28
Stock Jaw
Couplings
Jaw Coupling Selection Procedure
A. Determine Service Factor by Matching Driven Unit with Prime Mover in Service Factor Guide.
B. Multiply Service Factor by Driven Unit or Motor H.P. to Obtain Adjusted H.P.

COUPLINGS
C. Select Flexible Coupling with Horsepower Capacity Equal to or Greater than Adjusted H.P.
Service Factor Guide Prime Mover
Electric Motor or Gasoline or Diesel Gasoline or Diesel
Driven Unit (Machinery) Steam Turbine Engine, 6 or More Cyl. Engine, Less Than 6 Cyl.
Light: Uniform or steady load never exceeding horsepower rating, infrequent starting. Agitators, 1.0 1.5 2.0
Blowers, Conveyors, Evaporators, Fans, Generators, Centrifugal Pumps, Stokers
Moderate: Heavy inertia, moderate shock, frequent starting; peak loads do not exceed 125 per cent
average horsepower. Uneven load. Beaters, Rotary Pumps and Compressors, Cranes, Elevators, 1.5 2.0 2.5
Mine and Propellor Fans, Generators, Pulp Grinders, Hoists, Kilns, Machine Tools, Mixers, Gear
Pumps, Woodworking Machines
Heavy: Heavy shock conditions or frequent reversing. Peak loads do not exceed 150 per cent
average horsepower. Uneven load. Reciprocating Pumps and Compressors, Crushers, Freight and 2.0 2.5 3.0
Passenger Elevators, Mills (Hammer, Ball, Rolling, Turf, Flour), Vibrating Screens, Winches, Wire
Drawing Machines, Punches, Shears

Bore Tolerances:
1 + .001 .000
1 2 + .0015 .0000

Martin ML (Universal Series) Torque and Horsepower Ratings


Torque Rating Buna-N
Max. (Each)
Catalog Lb. In. Horsepower Capacity at Various RPM
Bore Weight
Number Buna-N Hytrel 100 300 1200 1800 3600
3
ML035 3.5 .006 .02 .07 .10 .20 8 .07
5
ML050 31.5 94.5 .05 .15 .60 .9 1.8 8 .13
3
ML070 42 126 .07 .21 .84 1.2 2.5 4 .25
7
ML075 81 242 .13 .39 1.56 2.3 4.7 8 .44
ML090 140 420 .22 .66 2.64 4.0 7.9 118 .69
ML095 189 567 .30 .90 3.6 5.4 10.8 118 .84
ML099 290 870 .46 1.4 5.5 8.3 16.6 138 1.19
ML100 416 1248 .66 2.0 7.9 11.9 23.8 138 1.47
ML110 756 2268 1.2 3.6 14.4 21.6 43.2 158 3.20
ML150 1197 3591 1.9 5.7 22.8 34.2 68.4 178 4.50
ML190 1512 4536 2.4 7.2 28.8 43.2 86.4 218 8.25
ML225 2268 6804 3.6 10.8 43.2 64.8 129.6 258 12.00
NOTE: Above H.P. capacities are for Buna-N rubber spider and service factor of one. When Hytrel spider is used multiply capacities by three.

Martin MS (Super Series) Torque and Horsepower Ratings


Torque Rating Buna-N
Max. (Each)
Catalog Lb. In. Horsepower Capacity at Various RPM
Bore Weight
Number Buna-N Hytrel 100 300 1200 1800 3600
MS050 37.3 112 .06 .18 .71 1.0 2.1 5
8 .13
MS070 59.4 178 .09 .28 1.1 1.7 3.4 3
4 .25
MS075 157 471 .25 .75 3.0 4.5 8.9 7
8 .44
MS090 241 723 .38 1.1 4.6 6.9 13.7 118 .69
MS095 241 723 .38 1.1 4.6 6.9 13.7 118 .84
MS099 512 1536 .81 2.4 9.7 14.6 29.2 138 1.19
MS100 512 1536 .81 2.4 9.7 14.6 29.2 138 1.47
MS110 1014 3042 1.6 4.8 19.3 28.9 57.8 158 3.20
MS150 1630 4890 2.6 7.7 31.0 46.5 93.0 178 4.50
MS190 2450 7350 3.9 11.6 46.6 69.9 139.7 218 8.25
MS225 2920 8760 4.6 13.9 55.5 83.2 166.5 258 12.00

NOTE: Above H.P. capacities are for Buna-N rubber spider and service factor of one. When Hytrel spider is used multiply capacities by three.
Misalignment Capacities: Angular up to 1, Parallel up to .015 inches.
Hytrel is a registered trademark of E.I. DuPont & Co.

C-29
Stock Jaw
Couplings
COUPLINGS

Coupling Half Spider Coupling Half

Dimensions Spiders Buna-N (Rubber) and Hytrel


Distance Length Bore Catalog Number Accommodates Net Weight Lbs.
Catalog Hub Overall Betw. Thru Weight Buna-N Hytrel Coupling Buna-N Hytrel
Number Dia. A Length B Flanges C Bore D Min. Max. Lbs.
SRL035 SHL035 ML035 .009 .009
ML035 8
5
16
13 9
32 17
64 1
8 8
3
.07
SRL050 SHL050 M 050 MS 050 .013 .013
ML or MS050 1 161
1 32
23 15
32 5
8 1
4 8
5
.13
SRL070 SHL070 ML070 MS 070 .017 .017
ML or MS070 138 2 1
2 3
4 1
4 3
4 .25
SRL075 SHL075 ML075 MS 075 .03 .03
ML or MS075 134 218 1
2 13
16 1
4 7
8 .44
SRL090 SHL090 ML or MS090-095 .04 .04
ML or MS090 218 218 1
2 13
16 1
4 118 .69
SRL099 SHL099 ML or MS099-100 .07 .07
ML or MS095 218 212 1
2 1 7
16 118 .84
SRL110 SHL110 ML110 MS110 .14 .14
ML or MS099 21732 278 3
4 1116 1
2 138 1.19
SRL150 SHL150 M150 MS150 .21 .21
ML or MS100 21732 312 3
4 138 1
2 138 1.47
SRL190 SHL190 ML190 MS190 .27 .27
ML or MS110 3516 414 7
8 11116 1
2 158 3.20
SRL225 SHL225 ML225 MS225 .41 .41
ML or MS150 334 412 1 134 5
8 178 4.50
ML or MS190 412 478 1 11516 3
4 218 8.25 Urethane spiders available. Please consult factory.
ML or MS225 5 538 1 2316 3
4 258 12.00
Bore sizes are standard in 1/16 increments from minimum to maximum bore range and have keyway
and set screw except as shown below:
/8 through 3/8 Bore No KW No SS
1

#050 7/16 through 5/8 Bore No KW 1-SS


Spiders Urethane and Bronze
#070, 075, 090, 095 7/16 and 1/2 Bore No KW 1-SS
#099, 100, 110 1/2 Bore No KW No SS
Catalog Number Accommodates Net Weight Lbs.

#150 5/8 Bore No KW No SS


Urethane Bronze Coupling Urethane Bronze

#190, 225 3/4 Bore No KW No SS SUL035 ML 035 .009


NOTE: In each coupling size a min. plain bore is available that can be used to make special bores SUL050 ML050 MS050 .013
such as spline, hex, metric, or other shapes or sizes. SUL070 ML070 MS070 .017
For Standard Keyway sizes see Martin Catalog, page E-158 and E-159. SUL075 ML075 MS075 .03
SUL090 ML or MS 090-095 .04
SUL099 ML or MS 099-100 .07
SUL110 ML110 MS110 .14
Coupling Selection Chart for 60 Hz Nema Motor Frames SUL150 ML150 MS150 .21
SUL190 ML190 MS190 .27
Based on Buna-N (Rubber) Spider SUL225 ML225 MS225 .41
Max. Horsepower Rating @ RPM Bronze spiders available as Made to Order.
Shaft Nema Coupling 1140 1725 3450
Diameter Frame Size MS ML MS ML MS ML
3
8 42 050 1
2 1
2 1 4
3
2 112
1
2 48 050 1
2 1
2 1 4
3
2 112
5
8 56,56 H 050 1
2 1
2 1 3
4 2 112
3
4 66 070 1 3
4 112 1 3 2
7
8 56HZ, 143T, 145T 075 2 1 3 2 712 3
182, 184 090 3 2 5 3 10 712
118 182T, 184T, 213 095 3 3 5 5 10 10
215 099 712 5 10 712 25 15
138 213T, 215T, 245U, 256U 100 712 712 10 10 25 20
158 254T, 256T, 248U, 286U 110 15 10 25 20 50 40
178 284T, 286T, 324U, 326U, 326TS 150 30 20 40 30 75 60
218 324T, 326T, 364U, 365U 190 40 25 60 40 125 75
238 364T, 365T 225 50 40 75 60 150 100
NOTE: Coupling Sizes are based on the rated torque, max. bore and a have a service factor of 1.0. Metric Bore Sizes Available
Consult Factory
* When Using Hytrel or Bronze spider multiply above horsepower ratings by 3.
When using Urethane spider multiply above horsepower ratings by 1.5.

C-30
Martin-Flex

Couplings
Parts List and Engineering Data
*QD Bushing Steel Flange Assembly Rubber Element Horsepower Torque Average Static Torsional Approx.
Coupling (2 Required (2 Required Per Coupling) (1 Required Per Coupling) Max @ 100 RPM (1.0 Service Factor) Stiffness Coefficient (K) WR2**
(LB - Ft2)

COUPLINGS
Size Per Coupling) Flange No. Weight Each Element No. Weight RPM (1.0 Factor) LB - In LB - Ft LB - In/DEG LB - In/RAD
5 JA F5JA 3.0 E5 .6 4500 1.03 649 54.1 244 12,850 .08
6 JA F6JA 4.0 E6 .9 4000 1.80 1134 94.5 414 23,700 .22
7 SH F7SH 7.0 E7 1.3 3600 3.12 1966 163.8 544 31,200 .40
8 SDS F8SDS 8.0 E8 1.7 3100 4.68 2950 245.8 876 50,200 .70
9 SK F9SK 13.0 E9 2.0 2800 6.90 4349 362.4 1088 62,400 1.33
10 SF F10SF 17.0 E10 2.0 2600 8.33 5250 437.5 1530 87,700 2.10
11 SF F11SF 18.0 E11 3.0 2300 9.92 6252 521.0 2420 138,700 2.90
12 E F12E 31.0 E12 3.8 2100 14.40 9076 756.3 4014 217,000 5.80

* See page B5 for QD bushing bore sizes and dimensions. Rubber tire element also available in Neoprene.
** Coupling plus QD bushing.
Weight in pounds.

Dimensions
Y Z Clamp Ring Bolts
Coupling A B C D E F H J K* L M N P B.C. B.C. No. and Size*** Torque
Size Dia. Dia. Capscrews In Lbs.
5 514 3716 2116 2916 85
4 2 5
32 114 .. 1716 1516 3
8 1.66 2716 (5) 14 - 20x118 125
6 612 3916 2316 21116 85
41516 2 5
32 114 .. 1916 1716 1
2 1.66 3516 (5) 516 - 18x118 200
7 738 4516 21116 3316 13
16 558 21116 7
32 158 .. 11116 1916 3
4 214 378 (5) 516 - 18x114 300
8 838 4716 21316 3516 13
16 612 3316 7
32 158 .. 11316 11116 7
8 21116 458 (6) 516 - 18x112 300
9 914 5316 3716 31516 1116 738 378 9
32 214 .. 1716 11316 7
8 3516 514 (6) 38 - 16x134 400
10 10 51316 3916 4116 1116 8516 458 5
16 234 .. 1916 1916 1 378 6 (6) 38 - 16x134 400
11 11 558 318 378 1116 9 458 5
16 234 .. 138 138 15
16 378 612 (6) 38 - 16x134 400
12 1238 714 4 434 138 10116 6 7
16 314 .. 114 114 3
4 5 714 (6) 12 - 13x214 900
* Clearance required to remove bushing using pull-up capscrews as jackscrews.
** Shaft ends are normally M or N apart; they may project beyond the bushings. In this case allow space for end float and misalignment.
*** Grade 8.
Dimensions in inches.

Other Sizes Available as Made-to-Order

C-31
Martin-Flex

Couplings
Martin Flex flexible couplings smoothly transmit power while compensating for shaft misalignment to 4, parallel misalignment
to 1/8 and end float to 5/16. The two piece flange design provides quick and easy installation and the elastomeric element absorbs
shock and torsional vibration through a wide temperature range.
COUPLINGS

Selection Procedure
1. Select the proper service factor from Chart 1.
2. Determine Design Horsepower by multiplying the Service Factor and the Drive Horsepower.
3. Locate the intercept of Shaft Speed and Design Horsepower from Chart 2.
4. Order per coupling: (2) bushings, (2) flange assemblies, (1) flexible tire element.

Chart 1 Service Factors


Application Factor Application Factor Application Factor Application Factor Application Factor
AGITATORS Pump, Screen Drive, METAL FORMING MACHINES Hog............................. 2.0 Water .......................... 1.0
Paddle or Propeller Stacker, Utility Winch ....... 1.5 Draw Bench Carriage, Roller .......................... 1.5 SEWAGE DISPOSAL
(Vert. or Horiz.), Screw ..... 1.0 DYNAMOMETER................. 1.0 Main Drive, Extruder, PUMPS EQUIPMENT...................... 1.0
BREWING AND DISTILLING ELEVATORS Wire Drawing, Flattening Centrifugal .................... 1.0 SHOVEL........................... 2.0
Bottling Machinery, Bucket, Freight ............... 2.0 Machine ....................... 2.0 Descaling, Gear Type ....... 1.5 SHREDDER....................... 1.5
Brew Kettle, Cooker EXCITER .......................... 1.0 MILLS (Rotary Type) Oil Well Pumping (not STEEL INDUSTRY
(Cont. Duty), Mash Tub ..... 1.0 FANS Ball or Pebble Direct or ..... 2.5 over 150% peak torque) .... 2.0 Cold Mills
Scale Hopper Centrifugal .................... 1.0 on LS Shaft Gear Reducer.... 2.5 Rotary other than gear .. 1.5 Coiler (up or down) .......... 1.5
Frequent Starting Peaks .... 1.5 Cooling Tower ................ 2.0 on HS Shaft Gear Reducer.... 2.0 Reciprocating Strip, Temper................. 2.0
CAN FILLING MACHINE ........ 1.0 Large (Mine, etc.) ........... 1.5 Dryer and Cooler ............. 1.5 1 cyl. single acting....... 2.5 Hot Mills
CAR DUMPER.................... 1.5 Light ........................... 1.0 Rod or Tube Direct or........ 2.5 1 cyl. double acting ...... 2.0 Coiler (up or down),
CAR PULLER ..................... 1.5 Propeller (indoor)............ 1.5 on LS Shaft Gear Reducer.... 2.5 2 cyl. single acting....... 2.0 Edger Drive ................... 1.5
CLARIFIER ....................... 1.0 FOOD INDUSTRY on HS Shaft Gear Reducer.... 2.0 2 cyl. double acting ...... 1.5 Feed Roll (Blooming),
CLASSIFIER ...................... 1.0 Beet Slicer .................... 1.5 Tumbling Barrel .............. 1.5 3 cyl. or more ............ 1.5 Roughing Mill Delivery
CLAY-WORKING MACHINES Cereal Cooker ................ 1.0 MIXERS RUBBER INDUSTRY (non-reversing),
Brick Press, Briquette Dough Mixer, Concrete (Continuous or Banbury Mixer ................ 2.5 Sheet, Strip ................... 3.0
Machine, Clay Working Meat Grinder ................. 1.5 intermittent), Muller- Calender....................... 2.0 Rod Mill ....................... 2.5
Machine, Pug Mill ........... 1.5 GENERATORS Simpson type ................. 1.5 Cracker, Mixing Mill, Soaking Pit Cover Drive..... 3.0
COMPRESSORS Even Load ..................... 1.0 OIL INDUSTRY Plasticator .................... 2.5 STEERING GEAR ................ 1.0
Lobe, Rotary .................. 2.0 Hoist or Railway Service.... 1.5 Chiller ......................... 1.0 Refiner, Sheeter, Tire STOKER........................... 1.0
Reciprocating** Welder Load .................. 2.0 Oil Well Pumping (not Building Machine ............ 2.0 TEXTILE MILLS
1 cyl. single acting....... 3.5 GRIZZLY .......................... 2.0 over 150% peak torque) .... 2.0 Tire and Tube Press Opener Batcher ........................ 1.0
1 cyl. double acting ...... 3.0 KILN............................... 2.0 Paraffin Filter Press ......... 1.5 (Based on Peak Torque) .... 1.0 Calender, Card
2 cyl. single acting....... 3.0 LAUNDRY MACHINES PAPER MILLS Tuber and Strainer........... 1.5 Machine, Dry Can............ 1.5
2 cyl. double acting ...... 2.5 Tumbler, Washer ............ 2.0 Agitator ........................ 1.0 Warming Mill ................. 2.0 Dyeing Machinery ........... 1.0
3 cyl.or more LINE SHAFTS .................... Barking Drum ................. 2.5 Washer ........................ 2.5 Loom........................... 1.5
single acting .................. 2.5 Driving Processing Beater and Pulper............ 1.5 SCREENS Mangel, Napper, Soaper ... 1.0
3 cyl. or more Machinery..................... 1.0 Bleacher....................... 1.0 Air Washing................... 1.0 Spinner, Tenter Frame ...... 1.5
double acting ................. 2.0 Light ........................... 1.0 Calender....................... 2.0 Coal and Sand (Rotary) ..... 1.5 WINDLASS ....................... 1.5
CONVEYORS LUMBER INDUSTRY Chipper ........................ 3.0 Vibrating ...................... 2.5 WOODWORKING MACHINES .. 1.0
Apron, Assembly, Belt, Band Resaw, Couch, Cylinder, Dryer...... 1.5
Chain, Flight, Oven .......... 1.0 Circular Resaw ............... 1.5 Felt Stretcher ................. 1.0
Reciprocating................. 2.5 Edger, Head Rig, Fourdrinier .................... 1.5 The service factors listed are intended only as a general guide
Screw .......................... 1.0 Hog, Log Haul ................ 2.0 Jordan ......................... 2.0 for smooth power sources such as electric motors and steam
CRANES AND HOISTS Planer.......................... 1.5 Press........................... 2.0
Main Hoist
turbines. Add 0.5 to factor for somewhat rougher power sources
Rolls Non-Reversing ........ 1.5 Pulp Grinder .................. 2.0
Medium Duty ................. 1.5 Rolls Reversing .............. 2.0 Stock Chest ................... 1.5 such as internal combustion engines of four or more cylinders,
Main Hoist Sawdust Conveyor ........... 1.0 Stock Pump steam engines and water turbines. Where substantial shock
Heavy Duty .................... 2.0 Slab Conveyor, Reciprocating................. 2.0 occurs or starting or stopping is frequent as on some inching
Skip Hoist, Travel Motion, Sorting Table ................. 1.5 Rotary.......................... 1.5 drives and on some reversing drives or where the power source
Trolley Motion, Slope ....... 1.5 MACHINE TOOLS Suction Roll................... 2.0 is an internal combustion engine with less than four cylinders
CRUSHERS Auxiliary....................... 1.0 Winder......................... 1.5 consult factory. Where torsional vibrations occur as in, for
Cane ........................... 2.0 Main Drive, Notching PARAFFIN FILTER PRESS...... 1.5
Gyratory ....................... 2.5
example, internal combustion engines or reciprocating
Press, Planer PRINTING PRESS ............... 1.5
DREDGES (Reversing), Plate Planer, PROPELLER (Marine) .......... 1.5 compressors or pump applications, check the coupling for
Cable Reel, Conveyor ....... 1.5 Punch Press ................... 1.5 PULVERIZERS possible development of damaging large amplitude vibrations.
Cutter Head Drive, Traverse ....................... 1.0 Hammermill Light Duty .. 1.5
Jog Drive ...................... 2.5 Hammermill Heavy Duty. 2.0 ** Add 0.5 to factor if without flywheel.

Chart 2 Size Selection

C-32
Index
SECTION D

BELT DRIVES
Product PAGE

V-BELT DRIVES
INDEX ......................................................................................................................................................................D-1 D-2
Made-to-Order Capabilities ..............................................................................................................................................D-4

SECTION I SHEAVES

SHEAVE NOMENCLATURE ..............................................................................................................................................D-5


STOCK QD HI-CAP WEDGE...............................................................................................................................D-6 - D-14
3V Section ..................................................................................................................................................D-6 - D-8
5V Section ................................................................................................................................................D-9 - D-12
8V Section ..............................................................................................................................................D-13 - D-14
STOCK QD CONVENTIONAL .............................................................................................................................D-15 - D-23
A-B Combination Groove.......................................................................................................................D-15 - D-18
C Section................................................................................................................................................D-19 - D-21
D Section ................................................................................................................................................D-22 - D-23
STOCK TAPER BUSHED HI-CAP WEDGE .......................................................................................................D-24 - D-31
3V Section ..............................................................................................................................................D-24 - D-26
5V Section ..............................................................................................................................................D-27 - D-29
8V Section ..............................................................................................................................................D-30 - D-31
STOCK TAPER BUSHED CONVENTIONAL .......................................................................................................D-32 - D-39
A-B Combination Groove.......................................................................................................................D-32 - D-34
C Section................................................................................................................................................D-35 - D-37
D Section ................................................................................................................................................D-38 - D-39
GROOVE DIMENSIONS/TOLERANCES.............................................................................................................D-40 - D-41
STOCK V-BELT DRIVE SELECTION .................................................................................................................D-42 - D-147
STOCK SELECTION PROCEDURE ....................................................................................................................D-43 - D-47
STOCK DRIVE SELECTION CHARTS...............................................................................................................D-48 - D-147
3V Section Selection ..............................................................................................................................D-48 - D-59
5V Section Selection ..............................................................................................................................D-60 - D-79
8V Section Selection ..............................................................................................................................D-80 - D-87
A Section Selection ..............................................................................................................................D-88 - D-107
B Section Selection............................................................................................................................D-108 - D-129
C Section Selection............................................................................................................................D-130 - D-141
D Section Selection............................................................................................................................D-142 - D-147
NON-STOCK V-BELT DRIVE SELECTION......................................................................................................D-148 - D-163
NON-STOCK SELECTION PROCEDURE.......................................................................................................D-149 - D-151
BASIC V-BELT HORSEPOWER RATINGS ......................................................................................................D-152 - D-175
3V Section HP Ratings.......................................................................................................................D-152 - D-153
3VX (Cogged) Section HP Ratings.....................................................................................................D-154 - D-155
5V Section HP Ratings.......................................................................................................................D-156 - D-157
5VX (Cogged) Section HP Ratings.....................................................................................................D-158 - D-159

D-1
Index
SECTION D

BELT DRIVES
V-BELT DRIVES

PRODUCT PAGE

SECTION I SHEAVES (Continued)

8V Section HP Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-160 D-161


A Section HP Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-162 D-163
AX (Cogged) Section HP Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-164 D-165
B Section HP Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-166 D-167
BX (Cogged) Section HP Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-168 D-169
C Section HP Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-170 D-171
CX (Cogged) Section HP Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-172 D-173
D Section HP Ratings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-174 D-175
OTHER SPEEDS/SPEED-UP DRIVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-176
QUARTER TURN DRIVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-177
INSTALLATION/TENSIONING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-178 D-179
DYNAMIC BALANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-180
MADE-TO-ORDER SHEAVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-181 D-189
DRIVE SELECTION WORKSHEET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-190 D-192
FHP (Fractional Horsepower) SHEAVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-193 D-203
AK / 2AK BORED-TO-SIZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-194 D-195
AK-H / 2AK-H MST BUSHED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-196 D-197
BK / 2BK BORED-TO-SIZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-198 D-199
BK-H / 2BK-H MST BUSHED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-200 D-201
MST BUSHING SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-202
MST BUSHING INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-203
VARIABLE PITCH SHEAVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-204 D-208
1VP / 2 VP BORED-TO-SIZE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-205 D-206
VARIABLE PITCH SHEAVES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-207 D-208

D-2
Belt Drives

Martin V-belt sheaves meet the toughest demands of industry, while continuing the Martin tradition of providing the
utmost in service and maintaining unsurpassed manufacturing standards.

Totally committed to meeting the individual needs of customers, Martin Sprocket & Gear now serves the V-belt
industry with extensive stock inventories, the capacity to meet large quantity requirements and the versatility to

V-BELT DRIVES
respond quickly to made-to-order applications.

Martin where dependability is a tradition.

D-3
Belt Drives

MADE-TO-ORDER CAPABILITIES
V-BELT DRIVES

DUPLEX SHEAVE AND


WIRE ROPE IDLER FLAT BELT PULLEY FLAT BELT

POLY-V SHEAVE CROWN FACE PULLEY IDLER SHEAVE

All Martin sheaves and timing pulleys can be manufactured to meet your special requirements: Aluminum, Brass,
Ductile, Steel, Stainless Steel. Martin, service and quality drive components you can depend on to get the job done.

D-4
Sheave
Nomenclature

QD

HI-CAP WEDGE CONVENTIONAL
(Also Referred To As Narrow) (Also Referred To As Classical)

2 3V 220 JA 12 D 580 P
2 Number of Grooves 12 Number of Grooves

V-BELT DRIVES
3V Belt Cross Section D Belt Cross Section
220 2.2 Outside Diameter 580 58.0 Pitch Diameter
JA Bushing Required P Bushing Required

TAPER BUSHED

HI-CAP WEDGE CONVENTIONAL
(Also Referred To As Narrow) (Also Referred To As Classical)

10 8V 5300 TB 1 B 34 TB
10 Number of Grooves 1 Number of Grooves
8V Belt Cross Section B Belt Cross Section
5300 53.00 Outside Diameter 34 3.4 Pitch Diameter (B-Belt)
TB Taper Bushing Required TB Taper Bushing Required

Call Martin for your made-to-order and large quantity requirements.

D-5
3V Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves

P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D.


V-BELT DRIVES

O.D.

O.D. O.D. O.D. O.D.

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C TYPE D TYPE E

Dimensions for Martin sheaves are listed in the following tables with QD bushings in place. The type of sheave shown below is
indicated by a letter, and the consturction is indicated by a number, as shown on facing page.

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


1 Groove* 2 Groove
F = 16
11
F = 1332
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 3V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
1 3V 220 JA 2.20 2.15 E-1 JA 114 9
16 7
16 1116 15
16 .7 2 3V 220 JA E-1 JA 114 31
32 7
16 1116 15
16 .9
1 3V 235 JA 2.35 2.30 E-1 JA 114 9
16 7
16 1116 15
16 .8 2 3V 235 JA E-1 JA 114 31
32 7
16 1116 15
16 1.0
1 3V 250 JA 2.50 2.45 E-1 JA 1 4
1 9
16 7
16 1 16
1 15
16 .8 2 3V 250 JA E-1 JA 1 4
1 31
32 7
16 1116 15
16 1.2
1 3V 265 JA 2.65 2.60 C-1 JA 1 4
1 3
8 1
8 1 16
1
0 .9 2 3V 265 JA D-1 JA 1 4
1 3
8 1
8 1116 13
32 1.3
1 3V 280 JA 2.80 2.75 C-1 JA 1 4
1 3
8 1
8 1 16
1
0 .9 2 3V 280 JA D-1 JA 1 4
1 3
8 1
8 1116 13
32 1.4
1 3V 300 JA 3.00 2.95 C-1 JA 114 3
8 1
8 1116 0 1.0 2 3V 300 JA D-1 JA 114 3
8 1
8 1116 13
32 1.6
1 3V 315 JA 3.15 3.10 C-1 JA 114 3
8 1
8 1116 0 1.0 2 3V 315 JA D-1 JA 114 3
8 1
8 1116 13
32 1.8
1 3V 335 JA 3.35 3.30 C-1 JA 114 3
8 1
8 1116 0 1.1 2 3V 335 SH D-1 SH 11116 27
64 9
64 1516 13
64 2.0
1 3V 365 SH 3.65 3.60 D-1 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
16 1.3 2 3V 365 SH D-1 SH 11116 27
64 9
64 1516 13
64 2.4
1 3V 412 SH 4.12 4.07 D-1 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
16 1.7 2 3V 412 SH D-1 SH 11116 9
32 9
32 1516 1
16 2.7
1 3V 450 SH 4.50 4.45 D-2 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
16 2.1 2 3V 450 SH D-1 SH 11116 1
4 5
16 1516 1
32 2.9
1 3V 475 SH 4.75 4.70 D-2 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
16 2.5 2 3V 475 SH D-1 SH 11116 1
4 5
16 1516 1
32 3.1
1 3V 500 SH 5.00 4.95 D-2 SH 1 16
11 9
16 0 1 16
5 1
16 2.8 2 3V 500 SH D-1 SH 1 16
11 1
4 5
16 1516 1
32 3.6
1 3V 530 SH 5.30 5.25 D-2 SH 1 16
11 9
16 0 1 16
5 1
16 3.2 2 3V 530 SH D-1 SH 1 16
11 1
4 5
16 1516 1
32 4.5
1 3V 560 SH 5.60 5.55 D-2 SH 1 16
11 9
16 0 1 16
5 1
16 3.2 2 3V 560 SH D-1 SH 1 16
11 1
4 5
16 1516 1
32 5.0
1 3V 600 SH 6.00 5.95 D-2 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
16 3.5 2 3V 600 SH D-1 SH 11116 1
4 5
16 1516 1
32 5.5
1 3V 650 SH 6.50 6.45 D-3 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
16 3.9 2 3V 650 SDS D-3 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 1
32 5.8
1 3V 690 SH 6.90 6.85 D-3 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
16 4.5 2 3V 690 SDS D-3 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 1
32 6.6
1 3V 800 SDS 8.00 7.95 C-3 SDS 2 5
8 0 138 0 5.5 2 3V 800 SDS D-3 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 1
32 7.0
1 3V 1060 SDS 10.60 10.55 C-3 SDS 2 5
8 0 138 0 8.0 2 3V 1060 SK C-3 SK 258 7
16 1
4 11516 13
32 10.0
1 3V 1400 SK 14.00 13.95 C-3 SK 258 11
16 0 11516 0 13.5 2 3V 1400 SK C-3 SK 258 7
16 1
4 11516 13
32 16.0
1 3V 1900 SK 19.00 18.95 C-3 SK 258 11
16 0 11516 0 17.0 2 3V 1900 SK C-3 SK 258 7
16 1
4 11516 13
32 25.0
25.00 24.95 2 3V 2500 SF C-3 SF 2 16
15 7
16 1
4 2116 17
32 28.0
* F = 34 for 1 3V 800 SDS and 1 3V 1060 SDS, F = 1316 for 1 3V 1400 Sk and 1 3V 1900 SK
E and M dimensions are nominal and will vary depending on shaft tolerances. Type E sheaves are drilled for reverse mounting only.

D-6
Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves 3V
3
8 516

3V

V-BELT DRIVES
Let Martin quote your made to order
and large quantity requirements.
1 = SOLID 2 = WEB 3 = ARM/SPOKE

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


3 Groove 4 Groove
F = 1 21
F = 12932
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 3V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
3 3V 250 JA 2.50 2.45 E-1 JA 114 138 7
16 1116 15
16 1.6
3 3V 265 JA 2.65 2.60 D-1 JA 114 3
8 1
8 1116 13
16 1.8 4 3V 265 JA D-1 JA 114 3
8 1
8 1116 1732 1.3
3 3V 280 JA 2.80 2.75 D-1 JA 1 4
1 3
8 1
8 1 16
1 13
16 2.0 4 3V 280 JA D-1 JA 114 3
8 1
8 1116 1732 1.6
3 3V 300 SH 3.00 2.95 E-1 SH 1 16
11
1 16
1
0 1 16
15 9
16 2.2 4 3V 300 SH E-1 SH 11116 1 32
15 5
16 1516 7
8 1.9
3 3V 315 SH 3.15 3.10 E-1 SH 1 16
11
1 16
1 5
16 1 16
5 7
8 2.5 4 3V 315 SH E-1 SH 11116 1 32
15 5
16 1516 7
8 2.2
3 3V 335 SH 3.35 3.30 D-1 SH 11116 7
16 1
8 1516 5
8 2.8 4 3V 335 SH D-1 SH 11116 7
16 1
8 1516 1132 2.5
3 3V 365 SH 3.65 3.60 D-1 SH 11116 7
16 1
8 1516 5
8 3.0 4 3V 365 SH D-1 SH 11116 7
16 1
8 1516 1132 2.8
3 3V 412 SH 4.12 4.07 A-1 SH 11116 1
8 11
16 1516 1
16 3.3 4 3V 412 SH A-1 SH 11116 1
4 13
16 1516 11
32 3.2
3 3V 450 SDS 4.50 4.45 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
16 3.5 4 3V 450 SDS A-1 SDS 2 3
16 13
16 138 11
32 3.5
3 3V 475 SDS 4.75 4.70 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
16 3.7 4 3V 475 SDS A-1 SDS 2 3
16 13
16 138 11
32 4.0
3 3V 500 SDS 5.00 4.95 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
16 4.0 4 3V 500 SDS A-1 SDS 2 3
16 13
16 138 11
32 4.5
3 3V 530 SDS 5.30 5.25 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
16 4.3 4 3V 530 SDS A-1 SDS 2 3
16 13
16 138 11
32 5.0
3 3V 560 SDS 5.60 5.55 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 1 8
3 1
16 4.9 4 3V 560 SDS A-1 SDS 2 3
16 13
16 138 11
32 5.7
3 3V 600 SDS 6.00 5.95 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 1 8
3 1
16 5.9 4 3V 600 SK D-1 SK 258 1
16 5
8 11516 1
32 7.5
3 3V 650 SDS 6.50 6.45 A-3 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 1 8
3 1
16 6.3 4 3V 650 SK A-1 SK 258 1
16 5
8 11516 1
32 8.0
3 3V 690 SDS 6.90 6.85 A-3 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
16 6.8 4 3V 690 SK A-1 SK 258 1
16 5
8 11516 1
32 10.0
3 3V 800 SK 8.00 7.95 C-2 SK 258 7
16 1
4 11516 0 10.6 4 3V 800 SK D-2 SK 258 1
16 5
8 11516 1
32 12.0
3 3V 1060 SK 10.60 10.55 C-3 SK 258 7
16 1
4 11516 0 12.0 4 3V 1060 SK D-3 SK 258 1
16 5
8 11516 1
32 16.0
3 3V 1400 SK 14.00 13.95 C-3 SK 258 7
16 1
4 11516 0 20.0 4 3V 1400 SK D-3 SK 258 1
16 5
8 11516 1
32 22.0
3 3V 1900 SF 19.00 18.95 C-3 SF 21516 7
16 1
4 2116 1
8 33.0 4 3V 1900 SF C-3 SF 21516 1
16 5
8 2116 3
32 37.0
3 3V 2500 SF 25.00 24.95 C-3 SF 21516 7
16 1
4 2116 1
8 45.0 4 3V 2500 SF C-3 SF 21516 1
16 5
8 2116 3
32 53.0
3 3V 3350 SF 33.50 33.45 C-3 SF 21516 7
16 1
4 2116 1
8 75.0 4 3V 3350 E C-3 E 312 3
8 1
2 258 11
32 80.0
Weights do not include bushings. See page B-7 for additional bushing dimensions.

D-7
3V Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves

P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D.


V-BELT DRIVES

O.D.

O.D. O.D. O.D. O.D.

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C TYPE D TYPE E

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


5 Groove 6 Groove
F = 2516 F = 22332
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 3V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
5 3V 475 SDS 4.75 4.70 A-2 SDS 2 3
16 13
16 138 3
4 4.5 6 3V 475 SK D-1 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 11132 6.0
5 3V 500 SDS 5.00 4.95 A-2 SDS 2 3
16 13
16 138 3
4 5.3 6 3V 500 SK D-1 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 11132 6.5
5 3V 530 SK 5.30 5.25 A-1 SK 258 1
4 15
16 11516 1
8 5.8 6 3V 530 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 5
32 6.8
5 3V 560 SK 5.60 5.55 A-1 SK 258 1
4 15
16 11516 1
8 7.0 6 3V 560 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 5
32 8.0
5 3V 600 SK 6.00 5.95 A-1 SK 258 1
4 15
16 11516 1
8 8.3 6 3V 600 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 5
32 9.0
5 3V 650 SK 6.50 6.45 A-1 SK 258 1
4 15
16 11516 1
8 9.0 6 3V 650 SK A-2 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 5
32 10.0
5 3V 690 SK 6.90 6.85 A-1 SK 258 1
4 15
16 11516 1
8 12.0 6 3V 690 SK A-2 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 5
32 11.5
5 3V 800 SK 8.00 7.95 A-2 SK 258 1
4 15
16 11516 1
8 13.0 6 3V 800 SK A-2 SK 258 3
16 7
8 11516 19
32 17.0
5 3V 1060 SK 10.60 10.55 A-3 SK 258 1
4 15
16 11516 1
8 17.0 6 3V 1060 SF A-2 SF 21516 3
16 7
8 2116 15
32 25.0
5 3V 1400 SF 14.00 13.95 A-3 SK 21516 3
16 7
8 2116 1
16 27.0 6 3V 1400 SF A-3 SF 21516 3
16 7
8 2116 15
32 34.0
5 3V 1900 SF 19.00 18.95 A-3 SK 21516 3
16 7
8 2116 1
16 40.0 6 3V 1900 E B-3 E 312 1
8 1 258 1
32 45.0
5 3V 2500 E 25.00 24.95 C-3 E 312 1
4 5
8 258 1
16 69.0 6 3V 2500 E B-3 E 312 1
8 1 258 1
32 75.0
5 3V 3350 E 33.50 33.45 C-3 E 312 1
4 5
8 258 1
16 97.0 6 3V 3350 E B-3 E 312 1
8 1 258 1
32 98.0

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


8 Groove 10 Groove
F = 31732 F = 41132
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 3V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
8 3V 475 SK 4.75 4.70 D-1 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 2532 6.0 10 3V 475 SK D-1 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 23132 7.0
8 3V 500 SK 5.00 4.95 D-1 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 2532 6.9 10 3V 500 SK D-1 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 23132 8.6
8 3V 530 SK 5.30 5.25 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 31
32 7.8 10 3V 530 SK A-1 SK 258 3
4 1716 11516 12132 9.0
8 3V 560 SK 5.60 5.55 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 31
32 9.0 10 3V 560 SK A-1 SK 258 3
4 1716 11516 12132 10.0
8 3V 600 SK 6.00 5.95 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 31
32 10.0 10 3V 600 SK A-1 SK 258 3
4 1716 11516 12132 11.0
8 3V 650 SK 6.50 6.45 A-2 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 31
32 12.9 10 3V 650 SK A-2 SK 258 3
4 1716 11516 12132 14.0
8 3V 690 SK 6.90 6.85 A-2 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 31
32 14.0 10 3V 690 SK A-2 SK 258 3
4 1716 11516 12132 16.0
8 3V 800 SF 8.00 7.95 A-1 SF 21516 7
16 118 2116 1 32
1
20.0 10 3V 800 SF A-1 SF 21516 13
16 112 2116 11532 22.0
8 3V 1060 SF 10.60 10.55 A-2 SF 21516 7
16 118 2116 1 32
1
28.0 10 3V 1060 E A-2 E 312 3
8 114 258 11132 33.0
8 3V 1400 E 14.00 13.95 A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 17
32 40.0 10 3V 1400 E A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 11132 43.0
8 3V 1900 E 19.00 18.95 A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 17
32 62.0 10 3V 1900 E A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 11132 66.0
8 3V 2500 E 25.00 24.95 A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 17
32 87.0 10 3V 2500 F A-3 F 31516 5
16 1516 358 13
32 98.0
8 3V 3350 F 33.50 33.45 B-3 F 31516 1
16 1116 358 5
32 152.0 10 3V 3350 F A-3 F 31516 5
16 1516 358 13
32 178.0
E and M dimensions are nominal and will vary depending on shaft tolerances. Type E sheaves are drilled for reverse mounting only.

D-8
Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves 5V

V-BELT DRIVES
5
8 1732

5V 1 = SOLID 2 = WEB 3 = ARM/SPOKE

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


2 Groove 3 Groove
F = 111/16 F = 238
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 5V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
2 5V 440 SH 4.40 4.30 A-1 SH 11116 5
16 7
8 1516 1
16 4.0 3 5V 440 SDS E-1 SDS 2 158 0 138 5
8 5.5
2 5V 465 SDS 4.65 4.55 E-1 SDS 2 15
16 0 138 5
8 4.5 3 5V 465 SDS E-1 SDS 2 158 0 138 5
8 6.5
2 5V 490 SDS 4.90 4.80 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
4 5.0 3 5V 490 SDS A-1 SDS 2 7
16 1116 138 9
16 7.0
2 5V 520 SDS 5.20 5.10 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
4 5.5 3 5V 520 SDS A-1 SDS 2 7
16 1116 138 9
16 7.5
2 5V 550 SDS 5.50 5.40 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
4 6.0 3 5V 550 SDS A-1 SDS 2 7
16 1116 138 9
16 8.0
2 5V 590 SDS 5.90 5.80 A-1 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 1
4 7.0 3 5V 590 SDS A-1 SDS 2 7
16 1116 138 9
16 8.5
2 5V 630 SK 6.30 6.20 C-1 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 8.0 3 5V 630 SK A-1 SK 258 3
8 1116 11516 1
16 11.0
2 5V 670 SK 6.70 6.60 C-1 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 10.0 3 5V 670 SK A-1 SK 258 3
8 1116 11516 1
16 11.5
2 5V 710 SK 7.10 7.00 C-1 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 11.0 3 5V 710 SF A-1 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 13.0
2 5V 750 SK 7.50 7.40 C-1 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 13.0 3 5V 750 SF A-1 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 14.0
2 5V 800 SK 8.00 7.90 C-1 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 14.0 3 5V 800 SF A-1 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 15.0
2 5V 850 SK 8.50 8.40 C-1 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 15.0 3 5V 850 SF A-1 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 16.0
2 5V 900 SK 9.00 8.90 C-2 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 16.0 3 5V 900 SF A-2 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 17.0
2 5V 925 SK 9.25 9.15 C-2 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 16.5 3 5V 925 SF A-2 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 18.0
2 5V 975 SK 9.75 9.65 C-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 17.0 3 5V 975 SF A-2 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 19.0
2 5V 1030 SK 10.30 10.20 C-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 18.0 3 5V 1030 SF A-2 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 22.0
2 5V 1090 SK 10.90 10.80 C-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 19.0 3 5V 1090 SF A-2 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 25.0
2 5V 1130 SK 11.30 11.20 C-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 19.5 3 5V 1130 SF A-2 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 25.0
2 5V 1180 SK 11.80 11.70 C-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 0 20.0 3 5V 1180 SF A-2 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 0 29.0
2 5V 1250 SF 12.50 12.40 C-3 SF 21516 1
4 7
16 2116 1
8 25.0 3 5V 1250 E C-2 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 32.0
2 5V 1320 SF 13.20 13.10 C-3 SF 21516 1
4 7
16 2116 1
8 27.0 3 5V 1320 E C-3 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 38.0
2 5V 1400 SF 14.00 13.90 C-3 SF 21516 1
4 7
16 2116 1
8 28.0 3 5V 1400 E C-3 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 43.0
2 5V 1500 SF 15.00 14.90 C-3 SF 21516 1
4 7
16 2116 1
8 30.0 3 5V 1500 E C-3 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 44.0
2 5V 1600 SF 16.00 15.90 C-3 SF 21516 1
4 7
16 2116 1
8 34.0 3 5V 1600 E C-3 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 46.0
2 5V 1870 SF 18.70 18.60 C-3 SF 21516 1
4 7
16 2116 1
8 49.0 3 5V 1870 E C-3 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 60.0
2 5V 2120 SF 21.20 21.10 C-3 SF 21516 1
4 7
16 2116 1
8 50.0 3 5V 2120 E C-3 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 68.0
2 5V 2360 E 23.60 23.50 C-3 E 312 5
8 1
4 258 5
16 72.0 3 5V 2360 E C-3 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 80.0
2 5V 2800 E 28.00 27.90 C-3 E 312 5
8 1
4 258 5
16 80.0 3 5V 2800 E C-3 E 312 1
8 3
4 258 1
8 92.0
31.50 31.40 3 5V 3150 F C-3 F 31516 7
16 9
16 358 13
16 136.0
37.50 37.40 3 5V 3750 F C-3 F 31516 7
16 9
16 358 13
16 156.0
50.00 49.90 3 5V 5000 F C-3 F 31516 7
16 9
16 358 13
16 210.0
Weights do not include bushings. See page B-7 for additional bushing dimensions.

D-9
5V Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves

P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D.


V-BELT DRIVES

O.D.

O.D. O.D. O.D. O.D.

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C TYPE D TYPE E

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


4 Groove 5 Groove
F = 3116 F = 334
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 5V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
4 5V 440 SD 4.40 4.30 E-1 SD 2 178 0 11316 5
8 5.0 5 5V 440 SD E-1 SD 2 2916 0 11316 5
8 6.0
4 5V 465 SD 4.65 4.55 E-1 SD 2 178 0 11316 5
8 6.0 5 5V 465 SD E-1 SD 2 2916 1516 11316 5
8 7.0
4 5V 490 SD 4.90 4.80 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 9
16 7.0 5 5V 490 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 114 8.0
4 5V 520 SD 5.20 5.10 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 9
16 8.0 5 5V 520 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 114 9.0
4 5V 550 SD 5.50 5.40 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 9
16 9.0 5 5V 550 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 114 10.0
4 5V 590 SD 5.90 5.80 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 9
16 10.8 5 5V 590 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1316 11.0
4 5V 630 SK 6.30 6.20 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1
2 12.0 5 5V 630 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1316 12.0
4 5V 670 SK 6.70 6.60 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1
2 14.0 5 5V 670 SF A-1 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1116 13.0
4 5V 710 SF 7.10 7.00 A-1 SF 21516 3
8 1116 2116 5
8 15.0 5 5V 710 SF A-1 SF 21516 11
16 138 2116 1 14.0
4 5V 750 SF 7.50 7.40 A-1 SF 21516 3
8 1116 2116 5
8 16.0 5 5V 750 SF A-1 SF 21516 11
16 138 2116 1 16.0
4 5V 800 E 8.00 7.90 B-1 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 19.0 5 5V 800 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 19.0
4 5V 850 E 8.50 8.40 B-1 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 23.0 5 5V 850 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 22.0
4 5V 900 E 9.00 8.90 B-1 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 25.0 5 5V 900 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 26.0
4 5V 925 E 9.25 9.15 B-1 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 26.0 5 5V 925 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 28.0
4 5V 975 E 9.75 9.65 B-1 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 28.0 5 5V 975 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 30.0
4 5V 1030 E 10.30 10.20 B-1 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 30.0 5 5V 1030 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 33.0
4 5V 1090 E 10.90 10.80 B-2 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 39.0 5 5V 1090 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 41.0
4 5V 1130 E 11.30 11.20 B-2 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 40.0 5 5V 1130 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 42.0
4 5V 1180 E 11.80 11.70 B-2 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 41.0 5 5V 1180 E A-1 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 44.0
4 5V 1250 E 12.50 12.40 B-3 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 43.0 5 5V 1250 E A-3 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 45.0
4 5V 1320 E 13.20 13.10 B-3 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 45.0 5 5V 1320 E A-3 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 46.0
4 5V 1400 E 14.00 13.90 B-3 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 46.0 5 5V 1400 E A-3 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 47.0
4 5V 1500 E 15.00 14.90 B-3 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 47.0 5 5V 1500 E A-3 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 53.0
4 5V 1600 E 16.00 15.90 B-3 E 312 9
16 1716 258 1
8 49.0 5 5V 1600 E A-3 E 312 7
8 134 258 1
4 56.0
4 5V 1870 E 18.70 18.60 A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 1
16 71.0 5 5V 1870 F B-3 F 31516 5
16 1516 358 3
16 96.0
4 5V 2120 E 21.20 21.10 A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 1
16 72.0 5 5V 2120 F B-3 F 31516 5
16 1516 358 3
16 98.0
4 5V 2360 F 23.60 23.50 C-3 F 31516 1
8 7
8 358 7
16 111.0 5 5V 2360 F B-3 F 31516 5
16 1516 358 3
16 120.0
4 5V 2800 F 28.00 27.90 C-3 F 31516 1
8 7
8 358 7
16 118.0 5 5V 2800 F B-3 F 31516 5
16 1516 358 3
16 135.0
4 5V 3150 F 31.50 31.40 C-3 F 31516 1
8 7
8 358 7
16 146.7 5 5V 3150 J C-3 J 412 3
16 1 412 9
16 188.0
4 5V 3750 F 37.50 37.40 C-3 F 31516 1
8 7
8 358 7
16 178.0 5 5V 3750 J C-3 J 412 3
16 1 412 9
16 224.0
4 5V 5000 J 50.00 49.90 C-3 J 412 1
2 11
16 412 15
16 266.0 5 5V 5000 J C-3 J 412 3
16 1 412 9
16 308.0
E and M dimensions are nominal and will vary depending on shaft tolerances. Type E sheaves are drilled for reverse mounting only.

D-10
Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves 5V
Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds
6 Groove
F =4716
PD Bush L Wt.
Part 5V Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
5
8 1732 6 5V 440 SD 4.40 4.30 E-1 SD 2 314 0 11316 5
8 7.0
6 5V 465 SD 4.65 4.55 E-1 SD 2 314 0 11316 5
8 7.8

V-BELT DRIVES
6 5V 490 SD 4.90 4.80 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 1 16
15
9.0
6 5V 520 SD 5.20 5.10 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 1 16
15
10.8
6 5V 550 SD 5.50 5.40 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 11516 11.3
5V 6 5V 590 SK 5.90 5.80 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 178 12.0
6 5V 630 SK 6.30 6.20 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 178 13.0
6 5V 670 SF 6.70 6.60 A-1 SF 21516 15
16 158 2116 1716 14.0
6 5V 710 SF 7.10 7.00 A-1 SF 21516 15
16 158 2116 1716 15.0
6 5V 750 SF 7.50 7.40 A-1 SF 21516 15
16 158 2116 1716 17.0
6 5V 800 E 8.00 7.90 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 20.0
6 5V 850 E 8.50 8.40 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 25.0
6 5V 900 E 9.00 8.90 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 28.0
6 5V 925 E 9.25 9.15 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 29.0
6 5V 975 E 9.75 9.65 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 31.0
6 5V 1030 E 10.30 10.20 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 33.0
6 5V 1090 E 10.90 10.80 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 38.0
1 = SOLID 6 5V 1130 E 11.30 11.20 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 41.0
6 5V 1180 E 11.80 11.70 A-1 E 312 118 2 258 11
16 43.0
6 5V 1250 F 12.50 12.40 B-3 F 31516 1116 2116 358 1
4 45.0
6 5V 1320 F 13.20 13.10 B-3 F 31516 1116 2116 358 1
4 48.0
6 5V 1400 F 14.00 13.90 B-3 F 31516 1116 2116 358 1
4 59.0
6 5V 1500 F 15.00 14.90 B-3 F 31516 1116 2116 358 1
4 64.0
6 5V 1600 F 16.00 15.90 B-3 F 31516 1116 2116 358 1
4 68.0
6 5V 1870 F 18.70 18.60 A-3 F 31516 5
16 1516 358 1
2 83.8
6 5V 2120 F 21.20 21.10 A-3 F 31516 5
16 1516 358 1
2 110.0
6 5V 2360 J 23.60 23.50 B-3 J 412 1
8 1516 412 3
16 148.0
6 5V 2800 J 28.00 27.90 B-3 J 412 1
8 1516 412 3
16 169.0
6 5V 3150 J 31.50 31.40 B-3 J 412 1
8 1516 412 3
16 206.0
6 5V 3750 J 37.50 37.40 B-3 J 412 1
8 1516 412 3
16 241.0
6 5V 5000 M 50.00 49.90 C-3 M 512 1
8 1
2 634 138 388.0
2 = WEB Weights do not include bushings. See page B-7 for additional bushing dimensions.

3 = ARM/SPOKE

D-11
5V Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves

P.D. P.D. P.D.


V-BELT DRIVES

O.D. O.D. O.D.


1 2932

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C 8V

5
8 1732

5V 1 = SOLID 2 = WEB 3 = ARM/SPOKE

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


8 Groove 10 Groove
F = 51316 F = 7316
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 5V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
8 5V 710 SF 7.10 7.00 A-1 SF 21516 1716 218 2116 2516 19.0
8 5V 750 SF 7.50 7.40 A-1 SF 21516 1716 218 2116 2516 20.0
8 5V 800 E 8.00 7.90 A-1 E 312 158 212 258 1916 25.0 10 5V 800 E A-1 E 312 238 314 258 2316 27.0
8 5V 850 E 8.50 8.40 A-1 E 312 158 212 258 1916 29.0 10 5V 850 E A-1 E 312 238 314 258 2316 32.0
8 5V 900 E 9.00 8.90 A-1 E 312 158 212 258 1916 32.0 10 5V 900 F A-1 F 31516 2516 3516 358 114 41.0
8 5V 925 F 9.25 9.15 A-1 F 312 1916 2916 358 5
8 39.0 10 5V 925 F A-1 F 31516 2516 3516 358 114 47.0
8 5V 975 F 9.75 9.65 A-1 F 31516 1916 2916 358 5
8 42.0 10 5V 975 F A-1 F 31516 2516 3516 358 114 58.0
8 5V 1030 F 10.30 10.20 A-1 F 31516 1916 2916 358 5
8 52.0 10 5V 1030 F A-1 F 31516 2516 3516 358 114 66.0
8 5V 1090 F 10.90 10.80 A-1 F 31516 1916 2916 358 5
8 59.0 10 5V 1090 F A-1 F 31516 2516 3516 358 114 75.0
8 5V 1130 F 11.30 11.20 A-1 F 31516 1916 2916 358 5
8 62.0 10 5V 1130 F A-1 F 31516 2516 3516 358 114 79.0
8 5V 1180 F 11.80 11.70 A-1 F 31516 1916 2916 358 5
8 64.0 10 5V 1180 F A-1 F 31516 2516 3516 358 114 80.0
8 5V 1250 F 12.50 12.40 A-3 F 31516 1916 2916 358 5
8 66.0 10 5V 1250 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 5
16 82.0
8 5V 1320 F 13.20 13.10 A-3 F 3 16
15
1 16
9
2 16
9
3 8
5 5
8 68.0 10 5V 1320 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 5
16 85.0
8 5V 1400 F 14.00 13.90 A-3 F 3 16
15
1 16
9
2 16
9
3 8
5 5
8 70.0 10 5V 1400 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 5
16 90.0
8 5V 1500 F 15.00 14.90 A-3 F 3 16
15
1 16
9
2 16
9
3 8
5 5
8 73.0 10 5V 1500 J A-2 J 412 238 3916 412 5
16 92.0
8 5V 1600 F 16.00 15.90 A-3 F 31516 1916 1916 358 5
8 89.0 10 5V 1600 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 5
16 102.0
8 5V 1870 J 18.70 18.60 A-3 J 412 3
8 1916 412 15
16 132.0 10 5V 1870 J A-3 J 412 3
8 1916 412 2316 150.0
8 5V 2120 J 21.20 21.10 A-3 J 412 3
8 1916 412 15
16 150.0 10 5V 2120 J A-3 J 412 3
8 1916 412 2316 164.0
8 5V 2360 J 23.60 23.50 A-3 J 412 3
8 1916 412 15
16 162.0 10 5V 2360 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1
16 258.0
8 5V 2800 J 28.00 27.90 A-3 J 412 3
8 1916 412 15
16 191.0 10 5V 2800 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1
16 278.0
8 5V 3150 M 31.50 31.40 B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1716 298.0 10 5V 3150 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1
16 318.0
8 5V 3750 M 37.50 37.40 B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1716 319.0 10 5V 3750 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1
16 340.0
8 5V 5000 M 50.00 49.90 B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1716 497.0 10 5V 5000 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1
16 538.0
E and M dimensions are nominal and will vary depending on shaft tolerances.

D-12
Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves 8V
Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds
4 Groove 5 Groove
F = 4 8
7
F=6
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 8V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
4 8V 1250 F 12.50 12.30 A-1 F 31516 3
16 1316 358 1116 63.0 5 8V 1250 F A-1 F 31516 1516 2516 358 1116 68.0
4 8V 1320 F 13.20 13.00 A-2 F 31516 3
16 1316 358 1116 66.0 5 8V 1320 F A-2 F 31516 1516 2516 358 1116 75.0

V-BELT DRIVES
4 8V 1400 F 14.00 13.80 A-2 F 31516 3
16 1316 358 1116 70.0 5 8V 1400 F A-2 F 31516 1516 2516 358 1116 78.0
4 8V 1500 F 15.00 14.80 A-2 F 31516 3
16 1316 358 1116 74.0 5 8V 1500 F A-2 F 31516 1516 2516 358 1116 94.0
4 8V 1600 F 16.00 15.80 A-2 F 31516 3
16 1316 358 1116 82.0 5 8V 1600 F A-2 F 31516 1516 2516 358 1116 101.0
4 8V 1700 F 17.00 16.80 A-3 F 31516 3
16 1316 358 1116 94.0 5 8V 1700 J A-3 J 412 13
16 2 412 11
16 111.0
4 8V 1800 F 18.00 17.80 A-3 F 31516 3
16 1316 358 1116 99.0 5 8V 1800 J A-3 J 412 13
16 2 412 11
16 130.0
4 8V 1900 F 19.00 18.80 A-3 F 31516 3
16 1316 358 1116 105.0 5 8V 1900 J A-3 J 412 13
16 2 412 11
16 135.0
4 8V 2000 J 20.00 19.80 A-3 J 412 1
4 1716 412 1
8 141.0 5 8V 2000 J A-3 J 412 13
16 2 412 11
16 152.0
4 8V 2120 J 21.20 21.00 A-3 J 412 1
4 1716 412 1
8 150.0 5 8V 2120 J A-3 J 412 13
16 2 412 11
16 153.0
4 8V 2240 J 22.40 22.20 A-3 J 412 1
4 1716 412 1
8 177.0 5 8V 2240 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 114 223.0
4 8V 2480 M 24.80 24.60 C-3 M 512 5
8 13
16 634 114 223.0 5 8V 2480 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 114 234.0
4 8V 3000 M 30.00 29.80 C-3 M 512 5
8 13
16 634 114 285.0 5 8V 3000 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 114 294.0
4 8V 3550 M 35.50 35.30 C-3 M 512 5
8 13
16 634 114 305.0 5 8V 3550 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 114 325.0
4 8V 4000 M 40.00 39.80 C-3 M 512 5
8 13
16 634 114 355.0 5 8V 4000 M B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 114 430.0
4 8V 4450 M 44.50 44.30 C-3 M 512 5
8 13
16 634 114 369.0 5 8V 4450 N C-3 N 6 13
16 15
16 818 1516 485.0
4 8V 5300 M 53.00 52.80 C-3 M 512 3
8 13
16 634 114 478.0 5 8V 5300 N C-3 N 6 13
16 15
16 818 1516 672.0

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


6 Groove 8 Groove
F = 718 F = 938
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 8V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
6 8V 1250 F 12.50 12.30 A-1 F 31516 1516 2516 358 2316 86.0 8 8V 1250 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 212 108.0
6 8V 1320 F 13.20 13.00 A-1 F 31516 1516 2516 358 2316 94.0 8 8V 1320 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 212 118.0
6 8V 1400 F 14.00 13.80 A-1 F 31516 1516 2516 358 2316 108.0 8 8V 1400 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 212 131.0
6 8V 1500 J 15.00 14.80 A-1 J 412 138 2916 412 114 138.0 8 8V 1500 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 212 151.0
6 8V 1600 J 16.00 15.80 A-1 J 412 138 2916 412 114 142.0 8 8V 1600 J A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 212 155.0
6 8V 1700 J 17.00 16.80 A-2 J 412 138 2916 412 114 144.0 8 8V 1700 M A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 1
8 188.0
6 8V 1800 J 18.00 17.80 A-2 J 412 138 2916 412 114 160.0 8 8V 1800 M A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 1
8 202.0
6 8V 1900 J 19.00 18.80 A-2 J 412 138 2916 412 1 4
1
172.0 8 8V 1900 M A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 1
8 221.0
6 8V 2000 M 20.00 19.80 B-2 M 512 112 21516 634 1 8
1
204.0 8 8V 2000 M A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 1
8 236.0
6 8V 2120 M 21.20 21.00 B-2 M 512 112 21516 634 1 8
1
226.0 8 8V 2120 M A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 1
8 267.0
6 8V 2240 M 22.40 22.20 B-3 M 512 112 21516 634 118 235.0 8 8V 2240 M A-3 M 512 212 31516 634 1
8 284.0
6 8V 2480 M 24.80 24.60 B-3 M 512 1
2 11516 634 1
8 246.0 8 8V 2480 N A-2 N 6 1
2 214 818 3
4 418.0
6 8V 3000 M 30.00 29.80 B-3 M 6 1
2 11516 634 1
8 306.0 8 8V 3000 N A-3 N 6 1
2 214 818 3
4 447.0
6 8V 3550 N 35.50 35.30 C-3 N 6 5
8 118 818 3
8 466.0 8 8V 3550 N A-3 N 6 1
2 214 818 3
4 553.0
6 8V 4000 N 40.00 39.80 C-3 N 6 5
8 118 818 3
8 548.0 8 8V 4000 N A-3 N 6 1
2 214 818 3
4 648.0
6 8V 4450 N 44.50 44.30 C-3 N 6 5
8 118 818 3
8 590.0 8 8V 4450 P B-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 5
8 679.0
6 8V 5300 N 53.00 52.80 C-3 N 6 5
8 118 818 3
8 658.0 8 8V 5300 P B-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 5
8 946.0
6 8V 6300 P 63.00 62.80 C-3 P 634 0 2 938 1 8
7
860.0 8 8V 6300 P B-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 1
4 1372.0
6 8V 7100 P 71.00 70.80 B-3 P 634 0 2 938 1 8 1272.0
7
8 8V 7100 W C-3 W 812 7
8 138 1138 3
4 1680.0
E and M dimensions are nominal and will vary depending on shaft tolerances. See page B-7 for additional bushing dimensions.

D-13
8V Hi-Cap Wedge Stock
QD Sheaves

P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D.

O.D.
V-BELT DRIVES

O.D. O.D. O.D.


O.D.

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C TYPE D TYPE E

1 = SOLID 2 = WEB 3 = ARM/SPOKE

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


10 Groove 12 Groove
F = 1158 F = 14
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part 8V Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number OD Belt Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
10 8V 1250 J 12.50 12.30 A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 434 122.0 12 8V 1250 M A-1 M 512 212 31516 634 458 161.0
10 8V 1320 J 13.20 13.00 A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 434 140.0 12 8V 1320 M A-1 M 512 212 31516 634 458 185.0
10 8V 1400 J 14.00 13.80 A-1 J 412 238 3916 412 434 152.0 12 8V 1400 M A-1 M 512 212 31516 634 458 211.0
10 8V 1500 M 15.00 14.80 A-1 M 512 212 31516 634 238 212.0 12 8V 1500 M A-1 M 512 212 31516 634 458 234.0
10 8V 1600 M 16.00 15.80 A-1 M 512 212 31516 634 238 219.0 12 8V 1600 M A-1 M 512 212 31516 634 458 285.0
10 8V 1700 M 17.00 16.80 A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 238 228.0 12 8V 1700 M A-1 M 512 212 31516 634 458 324.0
10 8V 1800 M 18.00 17.80 A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 238 236.0 12 8V 1800 M A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 458 330.0
10 8V 1900 M 19.00 18.80 A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 238 260.0 12 8V 1900 N A-2 N 6 1
2 214 818 514 338.0
10 8V 2000 M 20.00 19.80 A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 238 280.0 12 8V 2000 N A-2 N 6 1
2 214 818 514 365.0
10 8V 2120 M 21.20 21.00 A-2 M 512 212 31516 634 238 298.0 12 8V 2120 N A-2 N 6 1
2 214 818 514 382.0
10 8V 2240 N 22.40 22.20 A-2 N 6 1
2 214 818 3 366.0 12 8V 2240 N A-2 N 6 1
2 214 818 514 399.0
10 8V 2480 N 24.80 24.60 A-2 N 6 1
2 214 818 3 454.0 12 8V 2480 N A-2 N 6 1
2 214 818 514 454.0
10 8V 3000 N 30.00 29.80 A-3 N 6 1
2 214 818 3 468.0 12 8V 3000 P A-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 378 605.0
10 8V 3550 P 35.50 35.30 A-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 158 784.0 12 8V 3550 P A-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 378 706.0
10 8V 4000 P 40.00 39.80 A-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 158 826.0 12 8V 4000 P A-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 378 766.0
10 8V 4450 P 44.50 44.30 A-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 158 996.0 12 8V 4450 P A-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 378 910.0
10 8V 5300 P 53.00 52.80 A-3 P 634 5
8 258 938 1
4 1010.0 12 8V 5300 W A-3 W 812 5
8 278 1138 214 1333.0
10 8V 6300 W 63.00 62.80 A-3 W 812 5
8 278 1138 0 1443.0 12 8V 6300 W A-3 W 812 5
8 278 1138 214 1777.0
10 8V 7100 W 71.00 70.80 A-3 W 812 5
8 278 1138 0 1842.0 12 8V 7100 W A-3 W 812 5
8 278 1138 214 2002.0
E and M dimensions are nominal and will vary depending on shaft tolerances. Type E sheaves are drilled for reverse mounting only.

D-14
Combination Groove
Conventional Stock QD Sheaves A-B
1
2 516

Combination Groove Dimensions A


P.D. B BELT
P.D. A BELT

Belt
O.D.

V-BELT DRIVES
Section E S O.D.
AB 2
1 3
4 P.D. B
+ .35

21
32 1332

Drawing shows position of A and


B belts in groove when used with B
QD sheaves.

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


1 Groove 2 Groove
F = 78 thru 1 B 64 SDS / F = 1 others F = 134
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part A B Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number Belts Belts OD Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
1B 34 SH 3.0 3.4 3.75 D-1 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
8 1.2 2B 34 SH E-1 SH 11116 1 0 1516 9
16 1.0
1B 36 SH 3.2 3.6 3.95 D-1 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
8 1.3 2B 36 SH E-1 SH 11116 3
8 3
16 1516 13
16 1.4
1B 38 SH 3.4 3.8 4.15 D-1 SH 11116 9
16 0 1516 1
8 1.6 2B 38 SH E-1 SH 11116 3
8 3
16 1516 13
16 1.8
1B 40 SH 3.6 4.0 4.35 C-1 SH 11116 1
4 5
16 1516 3
16 1.8 2B 40 SH A-1 SH 11116 1
8 11
16 1516 5
16 2.0
1B 42 SH 3.8 4.2 4.55 C-1 SH 11116 1
4 5
16 1516 3
16 2.0 2B 42 SH A-1 SH 11116 1
8 11
16 1516 5
16 2.5
1B 44 SH 4.0 4.4 4.75 C-1 SH 11116 1
4 5
16 1516 3
16 2.2 2B 44 SH A-1 SH 11116 1
8 11
16 1516 5
16 2.8
1B 46 SDS 4.2 4.6 4.95 C-1 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 2.4 2B 46 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 4.8
1B 48 SDS 4.4 4.8 5.15 C-1 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 2.6 2B 48 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 5.0
1B 50 SDS 4.6 5.0 5.35 C-1 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 3.0 2B 50 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 5.4
1B 52 SDS 4.8 5.2 5.55 C-1 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 3.4 2B 52 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 5.6
1B 54 SDS 5.0 5.4 5.75 C-1 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 3.8 2B 54 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 5.8
1B 56 SDS 5.2 5.6 5.95 C-1 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 4.0 2B 56 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 6.0
1B 58 SDS 5.4 5.8 6.15 C-1 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 4.4 2B 58 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 7.0
1B 60 SDS 5.6 6.0 6.35 C-1 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 4.6 2B 60 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 7.5
1B 62 SDS 5.8 6.2 6.55 C-2 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 4.8 2B 62 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 7.8
1B 64 SDS 6.0 6.4 6.75 C-2 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 5.0 2B 64 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 8.0
1B 66 SDS 6.2 6.6 6.95 C-2 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 5.4 2B 66 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 9.0
1B 68 SDS 6.4 6.8 7.15 C-2 SDS 2 5
16 5
16 138 3
16 5.6 2B 68 SDS A-2 SDS 2 1
16 11
16 138 5
16 9.5
1B 70 SDS 6.6 7.0 7.35 C-2 SDS 2 1
2 1
8 138 1
8 6.0 2B 70 SK D-2 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 9.8
1B 74 SDS 7.0 7.4 7.75 C-2 SDS 2 1
2 1
8 138 1
8 6.3 2B 74 SK D-2 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 11.0
1B 80 SDS 7.6 8.0 8.35 C-3 SDS 2 1
2 1
8 138 1
8 6.6 2B 80 SK D-2 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 12.0
1B 86 SDS 8.2 8.6 8.95 C-3 SDS 2 1
2 1
8 138 1
8 7.0 2B 86 SK D-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 13.0
1B 94 SDS 9.0 9.4 9.75 C-3 SDS 2 1
2 1
8 138 1
8 8.0 2B 94 SK D-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 14.0
1B 110 SDS 10.6 11.0 11.35 C-3 SDS 2 1
2 1
8 138 1
8 10.0 2B 110 SK D-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 15.0
1B 124 SDS 12.0 12.4 12.75 C-3 SDS 2 1
2 1
8 138 1
8 12.0 2B 124 SK D-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 17.0
1B 136 SDS 13.2 13.6 13.95 C-3 SDS 2 1
2 1
8 138 1
8 14.0 2B 136 SK D-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 19.0
1B 154 SK 15.0 15.4 15.75 C-3 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 3
8 17.0 2B 154 SK D-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 22.0
1B 160 SK 15.6 16.0 16.35 C-3 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 3
8 18.0 2B 160 SK D-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 25.0
1B 184 SK 18.0 18.4 18.75 C-3 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 3
8 20.0 2B 184 SK D-3 SK 258 1
4 7
16 11516 1
16 30.0
1B 200 SK 19.6 20.0 20.35 C-3 SK 258 9
16 1
8 11516 3
8 23.0 2B 200 SF D-3 SF 21516 5
16 3
8 2116 0 39.0
24.6 25.0 25.35 2B 250 SF D-3 SF 21516 5
16 3
8 2116 0 61.0
29.6 30.0 30.35 2B 300 SF D-3 SF 21516 5
16 3
8 2116 0 64.0
37.6 38.0 38.35 2B 380 SF D-3 SF 21516 5
16 3
8 2116 0 86.0
Weights do not include bushings. See page B-7 for additional bushing dimensions.

D-15
A-B Combination Groove
Conventional Stock QD Sheaves

P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D. P.D.


V-BELT DRIVES

O.D.
O.D. O.D. O.D.
O.D.

TYPE A TYPE B TYPE C TYPE D TYPE E

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


3 Groove 4 Groove
F = 212 F = 314
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part A B Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number Belts Belts OD Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
3B 34 SH 3.0 3.4 3.75 E-1 SH 11116 134 0 1516 9
16 3.4 4 B 34 SD E-1 SD 2 238 5
16 11316 15
16 4.0
3B 36 SH 3.2 3.6 3.95 D-1 SH 11116 3
8 3
16 1516 1916 3.8 4 B 36 SD E-1 SD 2 238 5
16 11316 15
16 5.0
3B 38 SH 3.4 3.8 4.15 D-1 SH 11116 3
8 3
16 1516 1916 4.0 4 B 38 SD E-1 SD 2 238 5
16 11316 15
16 5.5
3B 40 SH 3.6 4.0 4.35 A-1 SH 11116 1
2 1116 1516 11
16 4.5 4 B 40 SD E-1 SD 2 2116 0 11316 5
8 6.0
3B 42 SH 3.8 4.2 4.55 A-1 SH 11116 1
2 1116 1516 11
16 5.0 4 B 42 SD E-1 SD 2 2116 0 11316 5
8 7.0
3B 44 SH 4.0 4.4 4.75 A-1 SH 11116 1
2 1116 1516 11
16 5.5 4 B 44 SD E-1 SD 2 2116 0 11316 5
8 7.3
3B 46 SD 4.2 4.6 4.95 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 6.0 4 B 46 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 7.6
3B 48 SD 4.4 4.8 5.15 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 6.5 4 B 48 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 8.0
3B 50 SD 4.6 5.0 5.35 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 7.0 4 B 50 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 9.0
3B 52 SD 4.8 5.2 5.55 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 8.0 4 B 52 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 10.0
3B 54 SD 5.0 5.4 5.75 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 8.5 4 B 54 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 10.5
3B 56 SD 5.2 5.6 5.95 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 9.0 4 B 56 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 11.0
3B 58 SD 5.4 5.8 6.15 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 10.0 4 B 58 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 12.0
3B 60 SD 5.6 6.0 6.35 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 11.0 4 B 60 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 12.5
3B 62 SD 5.8 6.2 6.55 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 12.0 4 B 62 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 13.0
3B 64 SD 6.0 6.4 6.75 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 12.3 4 B 64 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 14.0
3B 66 SD 6.2 6.6 6.95 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 12.6 4 B 66 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 14.5
3B 68 SD 6.4 6.8 7.15 A-1 SD 2 7
16 1116 11316 1
4 13.0 4 B 68 SD A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 3
4 15.0
3B 70 SK 6.6 7.0 7.35 A-1 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 14.0 4 B 70 SK A-1 SK 258 5
16 1 11516 1 15.5
3B 74 SK 7.0 7.4 7.75 A-1 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 15.0 4 B 74 SK A-1 SK 258 5
16 1 11516 1 16.0
3B 80 SK 7.6 8.0 8.35 A-1 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 16.0 4 B 80 SK A-1 SK 258 5
16 1 11516 1 17.0
3B 86 SK 8.2 8.6 8.95 A-3 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 17.0 4 B 86 SK A-3 SK 258 5
16 1 11516 1 18.0
3B 94 SK 9.0 9.4 9.75 A-3 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 18.0 4 B 94 SK A-3 SK 258 5
16 1 11516 1 19.0
3B 110 SK 10.6 11.0 11.35 A-3 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 19.0 4 B 110 SK A-3 SK 258 5
16 1 11516 1 24.0
3B 124 SK 12.0 12.4 12.75 A-3 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 23.0 4 B 124 SK A-3 SK 258 5
16 1 11516 1 26.0
3B 136 SK 13.2 13.6 13.95 A-3 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 24.1 4 B 136 SK A-3 SK 258 5
16 1 11516 1 28.0
3B 154 SK 15.0 15.4 15.75 A-3 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 28.0 4 B 154 SF A-3 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 7
8 41.0
3B 160 SK 15.6 16.0 16.35 A-3 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 29.0 4 B 160 SF A-3 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 7
8 42.0
3B 184 SK 18.0 18.4 18.75 A-3 SK 258 0 11
16 11516 9
16 37.0 4 B 184 SF A-3 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 7
8 48.0
3B 200 SF 19.6 20.0 20.35 D-3 SF 21516 1
16 5
8 2116 1
2 39.0 4 B 200 SF A-3 SF 21516 5
16 1 2116 7
8 58.0
3B 250 SF 24.6 25.0 25.35 D-3 SF 21516 1
16 5
8 2116 1
2 67.0 4 B 250 E A-3 E 312 1
8 1 258 1
2 78.0
3B 300 SF 29.6 30.0 30.35 D-3 SF 21516 1
16 5
8 2116 1
2 74.0 4 B 300 E A-3 E 312 1
8 1 258 1
2 93.0
3B 380 E 37.6 38.0 38.35 D-3 E 312 1
4 5
8 258 1
8 122.0 4 B 380 E A-3 E 312 1
8 1 258 1
2 138.0
E and M dimensions are nominal and will vary depending on shaft tolerances. Type E sheaves are drilled for reverse mounting only.

D-16
Combination Groove
Conventional Stock QD Sheaves A-B

V-BELT DRIVES
1
2 516 32 1332
21

A B 1 = SOLID 2 = WEB 3 = ARM/SPOKE

Dimensions in inches, weight in pounds


5 Groove 6 Groove
F=4 F = 434
PD Bush L Wt. Bush L Wt.
Part A B Max. Thru Less Part Max. Thru Less
Number Belts Belts OD Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush Number Type Bush Bore E K Bore M Bush
5B 34 SD 3.0 3.4 3.75 E-1 SD 2 314 7
16 11316 1116 5.0 6B 34 SD E-1 SD 2 378 5
16 11316 15
16 6.0
5B 36 SD 3.2 3.6 3.95 E-1 SD 2 314 7
16 11316 1116 6.0 6B 36 SD E-1 SD 2 378 5
16 11316 13
16 7.0
5B 38 SD 3.4 3.8 4.15 E-1 SD 2 318 5
16 11316 15
16 6.5 6B 38 SD E-1 SD 2 378 5
16 11316 13
16 7.5
5B 40 SD 3.6 4.0 4.35 E-1 SD 2 21316 0 11316 5
8 7.0 6B 40 SD E-1 SD 2 3916 0 11316 5
8 8.0
5B 42 SD 3.8 4.2 4.55 E-1 SD 2 21316 0 11316 5
8 7.5 6B 42 SD E-1 SD 2 3916 0 11316 5
8 9.0
5B 44 SD 4.0 4.4 4.75 E-1 SD 2 21316 0 11316 5
8 8.0 6B 44 SD E-1 SD 2 3916 0 11316 5
8 9.5
5B 46 SD 4.2 4.6 4.95 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 112 9.0 6B 46 SD A-1 SD 2 9
16 1316 11316 238 10.0
5B 48 SD 4.4 4.8 5.15 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 112 9.5 6B 48 SD A-1 SD 2 214 1316 11316 2 83
10.5
5B 50 SD 4.6 5.0 5.35 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 112 10.0 6B 50 SD A-1 SD 2 214 1316 11316 238 11.0
5B 52 SD 4.8 5.2 5.75 A-1 SD 2 11
16 1516 11316 112 10.5 6B 52 SD A-1 SD 2 214 1316 11316 2 83
11.5
5B 54 SK 5.0 5.4 5.75 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1716 11.0 6B 54 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 2316 12.0
5B 56 SK 5.2 5.6 5.95 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1716 11.5 6B 56 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 2316 13.0
5B 58 SK 5.4 5.8 6.15 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1716 12.0 6B 58 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 2316 14.0
5B 60 SK 5.6 6.0 6.35 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1716 13.0 6B 60 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 2316 15.0
5B 62 SK 5.8 6.2 6.55 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1716 14.0 6B 62 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 2316 16.0
5B 64 SK 6.0 6.4 6.75 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1716 15.0 6B 64 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 2316 17.0
5B 66 SK 6.2 6.6 6.95 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1716 16.0 6B 66 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 2316 18.0
5B 68 SK 6.4 6.8 7.15 A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 1716 17.0 6B 68 SK A-1 SK 258 5
8 1516 11516 2316 19.0
5B 70 SF 6.6 7.0 7.35 A-1 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 18.0 6B 70 SF A-1 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 19.5
5B 74 SF 7.0 7.4 7.75 A-1 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 20.0 6B 74 SF A-1 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 22.0
5B 80 SF 7.6 8.0 8.35 A-1 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 23.0 6B 80 SF A-1 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 25.0
5B 86 SF 8.2 8.6 8.95 A-2 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 24.0 6B 86 SF A-2 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 28.0
5B 94 SF 9.0 9.4 9.75 A-2 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 26.0 6B 94 SF A-2 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 29.0
5B 110 SF 10.6 11.0 11.35 A-2 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 32.0 6B 110 SF A-2 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 30.0
5B 124 SF 12.0 12.4 12.75 A-3 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 35.0 6B 124 SF A-3 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 40.0
5B 136 SF 13.2 13.6 13.95 A-3 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 36.0 6B 136 SF A-3 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 45.0
5B 154 SF 15.0 15.4 15.75 A-3 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 46.0 6B 154 SF A-3 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 46.0
5B 160 SF 15.6 16.0 16.35 A-3 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 48.0 6B 160 SF A-3 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 50.0
5B 184 SF 18.0 18.4 18.75 A-3 SF 21516 5
8 1516 2116 1516 50.0 6B 184 SF A-3 SF 21516 1 11116 2116 11116 60.0
5B 200 E 19.6 20.0 20.35 A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 1 72.0 6B 200 E A-3 E 312 1
2 138 258 158 78.0
5B 250 E 24.6 25.0 25.35 A-3 E 312 3
8 114 258 1 90.0 6B 250 E A-3 E 312 1