Hinged shaft collars

Stafford Hinged Shaft Collars feature two-piece construction with a triple-link hinge and are available with round-, hex-, square- and threaded bores. Easy to install in tight spaces, the components are offered with wrench flats to accommodate leveraged rotation using a standard open-end wrench, making them suitable for turning a shaft or pipe without damaging their surface.
By Plant Engineering Staff February 1, 2009

Stafford Hinged Shaft Collars feature two-piece construction with a triple-link hinge and are available with round-, hex-, square- and threaded bores. Easy to install in tight spaces, the components are offered with wrench flats to accommodate leveraged rotation using a standard open-end wrench, making them suitable for turning a shaft or pipe without damaging their surface. Available in incremental wrench sizes, the product line comes in 25 bore sizes from 3/8 to 4 inches I.D. and 16 metric sizes from 6 to 50 millimeters, and pipe sizes from 3/8 to 11/2 inches. Collars are offered in steel and stainless steel.

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