Product Description

ZheJiang WALLONG-HSIN MACHINERY ENGINEERING CORPORATION LTD. short name ‘JSW’, is a wholly state-owned company, also a subsidiary of SINOMACH GROUP (the biggest machinery group in China, ranked No.250 of TOP500 in 2571). 

JSW is founded in 1992 and registered with capital of 4.5 million US dollars, located in HangZhou city, ZheJiang Province, with workshop area 50,000 square meters with first-class production lines, and office area 3000 square meters.

JSW passed ISO 9001,ISO 14001,ISO 45001 ,ISO 50001 and AEO custom certified.
The turnover last year is 20 million US dollar,exporting to European, North American, South American, and Asian markets. 

We have successfully developed a wide range and variety of drive shaft products,mainly including PTO agricultural shaft, industrial cardan shaft, drive shaft for automotive, and universal couplings.

Our products are welcomed by all our customers based on our competitive price, guaranteed quality and on-time delivery.

*Agricultural PTO shaft :
Standard series, customized also accpeted.
Tube type:Triangle, Lemon, Star, Spline stub (Z6,Z8,Z20,Z21).
Accessory: various yokes, splined stub shaft, clutch and torque limiter.

*Industrial cardan shaft
Light duty type: flange Dia. Φ58-180mm
Medium duty type: SWC180 – 550

*Automotive drive shaft : 
Aftermarket for ATV,Pickup truck,Light truck

***HOW TO CHOOSE THE SUITABLE PTO SHAFT FOR YOUR DEMANDS?

1. Model/size of the universal joint, which is according to your requirment of maximum torque(TN) and R.P.M.

2. Closed overall length of shaft assembly (or cross (u-joint) to cross length).

3. Shape of the steel tube/pipe (traiangle, lemon, star, splined stub).

4. Type of the 2 end yokes/forks which used to connect the input end (power source) and output end (implement).
    Including the series of quick released splined yoke/fork, plain bore yoke/fork, wide-angle yoke/fork, double yoke/fork.

5. Overload protection device including the clutch and torque limitter.
    (shear bolt SB, free wheel/overrunning RA/RAS, ratchet SA/SAS, friction FF/FFS) 

6. Others requirements:such as with/no plastic guard, painting color, package type,etc.

Triangle tube type
Series Cross kit Operating torque
540rpm    1000rpm
Kw Pk Nm Kw Pk Nm
T1 1.01    22*54 12 16 210 18 25 172
T2 2.01    23.8*61.3 15 21 270 23 31 220
T3 3.01    27*70 22 30 390 35 47 330
T4 4.01    27*74.6 26 35 460 40 55 380
T5 5.01    30.2*80 35 47 620 54 74 520
T6 6.01    30.2*92 47 64 830 74 100 710
T7 7.01    30.2*106.5 55 75 970 87 118 830
T7N 7N.01 35*94 55 75 970 87 118 830
T8 8.01    35*106.5 70 95 110 110 150 1050
T38 38.01  38*105.6 78 105 123 123 166 1175
T9 9.01    41*108 88 120 140 140 190 1340
T10 10.01  41*118 106 145 179 170 230 1650

 

Lemon tube type
Series Cross kit Operating torque
540rpm    1000rpm
Kw Pk Nm Kw Pk Nm
L1 1.01    22*54 12 16 210 18 25 172
L2 2.01    23.8*61.3 15 21 270 23 31 220
L3 3.01    27*70 22 30 390 35 47 330
L4 4.01    27*74.6 26 35 460 40 55 380
L5 5.01    30.2*80 35 47 620 54 74 520
L6 6.01    30.2*92 47 64 830 74 100 710
L32 32.01  32*76 39 53 695 61 83 580

 

Star tube type
Series Cross kit Operating torque
540rpm    1000rpm
Kw Pk Nm Kw Pk Nm
S6 6.01    30.2*92 47 64 830 74 100 710
S7 7.01    30.2*106.5 55 75 970 87 118 830
S8 8.01    35*106.5 70 95 1240 110 150 1050
S38 38.0    38*105.6 78 105 1380 123 166 1175
S32 32.01  32*76 39 53 695 61 83 580
S36 2500   36*89 66 90 1175 102 139 975
S9 9.01    41*108 88 120 1560 140 190 1340
S10 10.01  41*118 106 145 1905 170 230 1650
S42 2600   42*104.5 79 107 1400 122 166 1175
S48 48.01  48*127 133 180 2390 205 277 1958
S50 50.01  50*118 119 162 2095 182 248 1740

 

Spline stub type
Series Cross kit Operating torque
540rpm    1000rpm
Kw Pk Nm Kw Pk Nm
ST2 2.01    23.8*61.3 15 21 270 23 31 220
ST4 4.01    27*74.6 26 35 460 40 55 380
ST5 5.01    30.2*80 35 47 620 54 74 520
ST6 6.01    30.2*92 47 64 830 74 100 710
ST7 7.01    30.2*106.5 55 75 970 87 118 830
ST8 8.01    35*106.5 70 95 1240 110 150 1050
ST38 38.10  38*105.6 78 105 1380 123 166 1175
ST42 2600   42*104.5 79 107 1400 122 166 1175
ST50 50.01  50*118 119 162 2095 182 248 1740

*** APPLICATION OF PTO DRIEVE SHAFT:

We have a variety of inspection equipments with high precision, and QA engineers who can strictly control the quality during production and before shipment.
We sincerely welcome guests from abroad for business negotiation and cooperation,in CZPT new levels of expertise and professionalism, and developing a brilliant future.

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Color: Red, Yellow, Black, Orange
Certification: CE, ISO
Type: Pto Shaft
Material: Forged Carbon Steel C45/AISI1045, Alloy Steel
Machinery Application: Baler, Mower, Harvester, Cotton Picker, Tiller
Tube/Pipe Shape: Triangular/Lemon/Star Steel Tube, Spline Tub Shaft
Samples:
US$ 15/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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Are there any limitations or disadvantages associated with drive shafts?

While drive shafts are widely used and offer several advantages, they also have certain limitations and disadvantages that should be considered. Here’s a detailed explanation of the limitations and disadvantages associated with drive shafts:

1. Length and Misalignment Constraints:

Drive shafts have a maximum practical length due to factors such as material strength, weight considerations, and the need to maintain rigidity and minimize vibrations. Longer drive shafts can be prone to increased bending and torsional deflection, leading to reduced efficiency and potential driveline vibrations. Additionally, drive shafts require proper alignment between the driving and driven components. Misalignment can cause increased wear, vibrations, and premature failure of the drive shaft or its associated components.

2. Limited Operating Angles:

Drive shafts, especially those using U-joints, have limitations on operating angles. U-joints are typically designed to operate within specific angular ranges, and operating beyond these limits can result in reduced efficiency, increased vibrations, and accelerated wear. In applications requiring large operating angles, constant velocity (CV) joints are often used to maintain a constant speed and accommodate greater angles. However, CV joints may introduce higher complexity and cost compared to U-joints.

3. Maintenance Requirements:

Drive shafts require regular maintenance to ensure optimal performance and reliability. This includes periodic inspection, lubrication of joints, and balancing if necessary. Failure to perform routine maintenance can lead to increased wear, vibrations, and potential driveline issues. Maintenance requirements should be considered in terms of time and resources when using drive shafts in various applications.

4. Noise and Vibration:

Drive shafts can generate noise and vibrations, especially at high speeds or when operating at certain resonant frequencies. Imbalances, misalignment, worn joints, or other factors can contribute to increased noise and vibrations. These vibrations may affect the comfort of vehicle occupants, contribute to component fatigue, and require additional measures such as dampers or vibration isolation systems to mitigate their effects.

5. Weight and Space Constraints:

Drive shafts add weight to the overall system, which can be a consideration in weight-sensitive applications, such as automotive or aerospace industries. Additionally, drive shafts require physical space for installation. In compact or tightly packaged equipment or vehicles, accommodating the necessary drive shaft length and clearances can be challenging, requiring careful design and integration considerations.

6. Cost Considerations:

Drive shafts, depending on their design, materials, and manufacturing processes, can involve significant costs. Customized or specialized drive shafts tailored to specific equipment requirements may incur higher expenses. Additionally, incorporating advanced joint configurations, such as CV joints, can add complexity and cost to the drive shaft system.

7. Inherent Power Loss:

Drive shafts transmit power from the driving source to the driven components, but they also introduce some inherent power loss due to friction, bending, and other factors. This power loss can reduce overall system efficiency, particularly in long drive shafts or applications with high torque requirements. It is important to consider power loss when determining the appropriate drive shaft design and specifications.

8. Limited Torque Capacity:

While drive shafts can handle a wide range of torque loads, there are limits to their torque capacity. Exceeding the maximum torque capacity of a drive shaft can lead to premature failure, resulting in downtime and potential damage to other driveline components. It is crucial to select a drive shaft with sufficient torque capacity for the intended application.

Despite these limitations and disadvantages, drive shafts remain a widely used and effective means of power transmission in various industries. Manufacturers continuously work to address these limitations through advancements in materials, design techniques, joint configurations, and balancing processes. By carefully considering the specific application requirements and potential drawbacks, engineers and designers can mitigate the limitations and maximize the benefits of drive shafts in their respective systems.

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Can drive shafts be customized for specific vehicle or equipment requirements?

Yes, drive shafts can be customized to meet specific vehicle or equipment requirements. Customization allows manufacturers to tailor the design, dimensions, materials, and other parameters of the drive shaft to ensure compatibility and optimal performance within a particular vehicle or equipment. Here’s a detailed explanation of how drive shafts can be customized:

1. Dimensional Customization:

Drive shafts can be customized to match the dimensional requirements of the vehicle or equipment. This includes adjusting the overall length, diameter, and spline configuration to ensure proper fitment and clearances within the specific application. By customizing the dimensions, the drive shaft can be seamlessly integrated into the driveline system without any interference or limitations.

2. Material Selection:

The choice of materials for drive shafts can be customized based on the specific requirements of the vehicle or equipment. Different materials, such as steel alloys, aluminum alloys, or specialized composites, can be selected to optimize strength, weight, and durability. The material selection can be tailored to meet the torque, speed, and operating conditions of the application, ensuring the drive shaft’s reliability and longevity.

3. Joint Configuration:

Drive shafts can be customized with different joint configurations to accommodate specific vehicle or equipment requirements. For example, universal joints (U-joints) may be suitable for applications with lower operating angles and moderate torque demands, while constant velocity (CV) joints are often used in applications requiring higher operating angles and smoother power transmission. The choice of joint configuration depends on factors such as operating angle, torque capacity, and desired performance characteristics.

4. Torque and Power Capacity:

Customization allows drive shafts to be designed with the appropriate torque and power capacity for the specific vehicle or equipment. Manufacturers can analyze the torque requirements, operating conditions, and safety margins of the application to determine the optimal torque rating and power capacity of the drive shaft. This ensures that the drive shaft can handle the required loads without experiencing premature failure or performance issues.

5. Balancing and Vibration Control:

Drive shafts can be customized with precision balancing and vibration control measures. Imbalances in the drive shaft can lead to vibrations, increased wear, and potential driveline issues. By employing dynamic balancing techniques during the manufacturing process, manufacturers can minimize vibrations and ensure smooth operation. Additionally, vibration dampers or isolation systems can be integrated into the drive shaft design to further mitigate vibrations and enhance overall system performance.

6. Integration and Mounting Considerations:

Customization of drive shafts takes into account the integration and mounting requirements of the specific vehicle or equipment. Manufacturers work closely with the vehicle or equipment designers to ensure that the drive shaft fits seamlessly into the driveline system. This includes adapting the mounting points, interfaces, and clearances to ensure proper alignment and installation of the drive shaft within the vehicle or equipment.

7. Collaboration and Feedback:

Manufacturers often collaborate with vehicle manufacturers, OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers), or end-users to gather feedback and incorporate their specific requirements into the drive shaft customization process. By actively seeking input and feedback, manufacturers can address specific needs, optimize performance, and ensure compatibility with the vehicle or equipment. This collaborative approach enhances the customization process and results in drive shafts that meet the exact requirements of the application.

8. Compliance with Standards:

Customized drive shafts can be designed to comply with relevant industry standards and regulations. Compliance with standards, such as ISO (International Organization for Standardization) or specific industry standards, ensures that the customized drive shafts meet quality, safety, and performance requirements. Adhering to these standards provides assurance that the drive shafts are compatible and can be seamlessly integrated into the specific vehicle or equipment.

In summary, drive shafts can be customized to meet specific vehicle or equipment requirements through dimensional customization, material selection, joint configuration, torque and power capacity optimization, balancing and vibration control, integration and mounting considerations, collaboration with stakeholders, and compliance with industry standards. Customization allows drive shafts to be precisely tailored to the needs of the application, ensuring compatibility, reliability, and optimal performance.

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Are there variations in drive shaft designs for different types of machinery?

Yes, there are variations in drive shaft designs to cater to the specific requirements of different types of machinery. The design of a drive shaft is influenced by factors such as the application, power transmission needs, space limitations, operating conditions, and the type of driven components. Here’s an explanation of how drive shaft designs can vary for different types of machinery:

1. Automotive Applications:

In the automotive industry, drive shaft designs can vary depending on the vehicle’s configuration. Rear-wheel-drive vehicles typically use a single-piece or two-piece drive shaft, which connects the transmission or transfer case to the rear differential. Front-wheel-drive vehicles often use a different design, employing a drive shaft that combines with the constant velocity (CV) joints to transmit power to the front wheels. All-wheel-drive vehicles may have multiple drive shafts to distribute power to all wheels. The length, diameter, material, and joint types can differ based on the vehicle’s layout and torque requirements.

2. Industrial Machinery:

Drive shaft designs for industrial machinery depend on the specific application and power transmission requirements. In manufacturing machinery, such as conveyors, presses, and rotating equipment, drive shafts are designed to transfer power efficiently within the machine. They may incorporate flexible joints or use a splined or keyed connection to accommodate misalignment or allow for easy disassembly. The dimensions, materials, and reinforcement of the drive shaft are selected based on the torque, speed, and operating conditions of the machinery.

3. Agriculture and Farming:

Agricultural machinery, such as tractors, combines, and harvesters, often requires drive shafts that can handle high torque loads and varying operating angles. These drive shafts are designed to transmit power from the engine to attachments and implements, such as mowers, balers, tillers, and harvesters. They may incorporate telescopic sections to accommodate adjustable lengths, flexible joints to compensate for misalignment during operation, and protective shielding to prevent entanglement with crops or debris.

4. Construction and Heavy Equipment:

Construction and heavy equipment, including excavators, loaders, bulldozers, and cranes, require robust drive shaft designs capable of transmitting power in demanding conditions. These drive shafts often have larger diameters and thicker walls to handle high torque loads. They may incorporate universal joints or CV joints to accommodate operating angles and absorb shocks and vibrations. Drive shafts in this category may also have additional reinforcements to withstand the harsh environments and heavy-duty applications associated with construction and excavation.

5. Marine and Maritime Applications:

Drive shaft designs for marine applications are specifically engineered to withstand the corrosive effects of seawater and the high torque loads encountered in marine propulsion systems. Marine drive shafts are typically made from stainless steel or other corrosion-resistant materials. They may incorporate flexible couplings or dampening devices to reduce vibration and mitigate the effects of misalignment. The design of marine drive shafts also considers factors such as shaft length, diameter, and support bearings to ensure reliable power transmission in marine vessels.

6. Mining and Extraction Equipment:

In the mining industry, drive shafts are used in heavy machinery and equipment such as mining trucks, excavators, and drilling rigs. These drive shafts need to withstand extremely high torque loads and harsh operating conditions. Drive shaft designs for mining applications often feature larger diameters, thicker walls, and specialized materials such as alloy steel or composite materials. They may incorporate universal joints or CV joints to handle operating angles, and they are designed to be resistant to abrasion and wear.

These examples highlight the variations in drive shaft designs for different types of machinery. The design considerations take into account factors such as power requirements, operating conditions, space constraints, alignment needs, and the specific demands of the machinery or industry. By tailoring the drive shaft design to the unique requirements of each application, optimal power transmission efficiency and reliability can be achieved.

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editor by CX 2024-05-16