• Standard L Type coupling hub materials are either sintered iron (L035-L190) or cast iron (L225-L276).
  • The L Type coupling consists of two standard L Type hubs and one spider.
  • Unless stated otherwise, hub torque and horsepower ratings assume a SOX(NBR) rubber spider is being used.
Unit of Measure

Specifications

Description 

N/A L075 HUB .5000/.5005 1/8KW

Hub Style

N/A 1

Coupling Type

N/A Jaw

Material

N/A Sintered Iron

Color

N/A Metallic

# of Jaws

N/A 3

Elastomeric Member

N/A SOX (NBR) Rubber

Weight

N/A 0.46 lb

Weight (Complete Coupling w/ Max. Bores)

N/A 1.00 lb

Weight (Complete Coupling w/ Min. Bores)

N/A 0.80 lb

Dimensional Data

Bore Size 

N/A 1/2 in

Coupling Size

N/A L075

Keyway Size (W x D)

N/A 1/8 in

Length thru Bore

N/A 0.82 in20.83 mm

Overall Length

N/A 2.130 in54.10 mm

Outside Diameter

N/A 1.75 in44.45 mm

Min. Bore (Dimensions ID1/ID2)

N/A 0.250 in6 mm

Max. Bore (Dimensions ID1/ID2)

N/A 0.875 in22.00 mm

Hub Length

N/A 1.32 in33.53 mm

Dimension G

N/A 0.5 in12.7 mm

Dimension SL

N/A .31 in7.87 mm

Dimension T

N/A 1/4-20

Cubic inches

N/A 4.04250 in³

Performance Data

Nominal Torque

N/A 90.00 in·lb

Max. Speed

N/A 11000.00 rpm

Rated HP at 100 rpm

N/A .14 hp

Rated HP at 1,200 rpm

N/A 1.68 hp

Rated HP at 1,800 rpm

N/A 2.57 hp

Rated HP at 3,600 rpm

N/A 5.04 hp

Spider Performance

Spider Performance

N/A
  • Nitrile Butadiene (Buna N) Rubber is a flexible elastomer material that is oil resistant, resembles natural rubber in resilience and elasticity and operates effectively in temperature range of -40° to 212° F (-40° to 100° C). Good resistance to oil. Standard elastomer. (Also applies to SXB Cushions.)

Features

Features 

N/A
  • Fail-safe – will still perform if elastomer fails
  • No metal to metal contact
  • Resistant to oil, dirt, sand, moisture and grease
  • More than 850,000 combinations of bore sizes
  • Most types available from stock in 24 hours

Notes

Notes 

N/A
  • Jaw coupling hubs are standard with one set screw, for two set screws see RRS & RRC sections.