6050 Taper Lock Bushings

When choosing a tapered locking bushing, it is important to pay attention to the size of the bolt holes. Standard sizes are listed in the size chart, but it is important to note that actual bolt holes may vary. Use the size chart to determine the bushing that fits your needs. Applied bushings are made of sintered steel and are guaranteed to meet your demanding applications. You can use grease or oil to protect the bushing and make sure it is in good condition.
The tapered locking bushing has a length through the hole that is 8 degrees shorter than the diameter of the shaft. It is installed using screws or blind socket head cap screws, driving the bushing into the bore of the assembly and compressing the inner diameter of the bushing to bond the shaft. Tapered Lock Bushings are available in a variety of shaft bore diameters from 1.25″ to 1.25″. Metric apertures are indicated by “MM”. The tapered locking bushing is flush with a pulley or sprocket.

Taper Lock Bushing Size Chart

The dimension table below shows the standard dimensions of the taper lock bushing, please note that the following figure is the basic dimension required, the actual installation and removal of the bolt holes may vary.

Despite the name, tapered bushings are used not only for shafts but for a wide range of applications, including power transmission. These bushings connect the shaft to the rollers and pulleys. They have wedge-action tapered grips that allow them to lock in place without deforming the shaft and release easily. Some applications of tapered bushings are listed below. These are common types of tapered bushings.
Typically, tapered bushings are used on the shaft where the pulley is mounted. They are separated, and screws are used to fasten them. This makes them ideal for high torque applications. They are also a popular choice for flush-mounted ceiling lights. This is due to their evenly distributed installations. They are also used to mount sprockets. They also make alignment easy. If you’re looking for a high-quality tapered bushing, look no further.
Once you’ve sourced the tapered bushing, it’s time to install it. To ensure a secure fit, first, align the threads of the shaft and sprocket. Then, insert the bushing screws into the threaded holes. After installing the shaft, the screws should be slowly tightened. Alternatively, you can use a rubber mallet and block to set the bushing when the axle is loose. You can then cycle through each screw until you reach the desired torque. You can then grease the bushing to prevent contamination.

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