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Cardan Shafts for Industrial Applications

Table of Contents 1 Dana: Driveshaft engineering experts 4 Survey of Spicer GWBTM cardan shaft series with design features and preferred applications 8 Special designs of Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts and additional equipment 10 Notations for reviewing data sheets Data sheets Series 687/688 Series 587 Series 390 Series 392/393 Series 492 Series 498 Series 587/190 Super short designs Series 330 Quick release couplings Series 230 Quick release couplings Journal cross assemblies Flange connection with serration Face key connection series 687/688/587/390 33 Standard companion anges 12 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 29 30 31 32 34 Design features Series 687/688/587 and series 390/392/393 36 General theoretical instructions 38 Technical instructions for application 48 Selection of Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts 51 Additional information and ordering instructions 52 After-sales service

Dana: Driveshaft engineering experts For more than


100 years, Danas expertise and worldwide network of manufacturing partnerships have sustained its ability to supply economically efficient, high-performance products to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in changing market environments.
With a focus on technical innovation, quality performance, reliability, and flexibility, Dana engineers continue to provide customers with the same quality and support theyve come to expect. Since 1946, Danas Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts have been known for global innovation and quality performance. SPICER GWBTM heavy cardan shafts were the first to be developed specifically for diesel locomotives. In the 1950s, Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts were the largest available at that time, and were followed several decades later by the first maintenance-free cardan shaft. Based on a long-standing commitment to continual innovation and customer satisfaction, SPICER GWBTM cardan shafts have been recognized as a market leader troughout the world. SPICER GWBTM cardan shafts include a wide range of products for multiple applications, covering a torque range from 2.400 to 15.000.000 Nm.

Today, there are basically two types of cardan shafts that have evolved into a worldwide technology standard. Their main difference lies in the design of the bearing eye.

Closed bearing eye: This is a design used mainly in the commercial vehicles sector and for general mechanical engineering applications (series 687/688 and 587).

Split bearing eye: Developed for heavy and super-heavy duty applications, this design (series 390/392/393 and 492/498), provides compact dimensions in conjunction with a maximum

torque transmission capability and greatly improved service life, apart from facilitating maintenance and assembly operations.

2.400 - 15.000.000 Nm

Closed bearing eye

Split bearing eye

Survey of Spicer GWBTM cardan shaft series


Series

687/688

Torque range TCS from 2,4 to 35 kNm Flange diameter from 100 to 225 mm

587

Torque range TCS from 43 to 57 kNm Flange diameter from 225 to 285 mm

390

Maximum bearing life Torque range TCS from 60 to 255 kNm Flange diameter from 285 to 435 mm

Survey of Spicer GWBTM cardan shaft series


Design features Preferred applications

Closed bearing eyes Compact design Low maintenance Plastic-coated splines Operating angle up to 25, partly up to 44

Railway vehicles Rolling mill plants Marine drives General machinery construction plants Technical data (refer to data sheets)

Closed bearing eyes Compact design Low maintenance Splines coated with lubricating varnish (587.50 plastic-coated) Operating angle up to 24

Railway vehicles Rolling mill plants Marine drives General machinery construction plants Technical data (refer to data sheets)

Maximum bearing life in conned spaces Split bearing eyes with toothed bearing cap Compact design Optimized roller bearing Length compensation coated with lubricating varnish Operating angle up to 15

Railway vehicles Marine drives Crane systems Paper machines General machinery construction plants Technical data (refer to data sheets)

Survey of Spicer GWBTM cardan shaft series


Series

392/393

High torque capacity/ optimized bearing life Torque range TCS from 70 to 1.150 kNm Flange diameter from 225 to 550 mm

492

Maximum torque capacity Torque range TCS from 210 to 1.300 kNm Flange diameter from 285 to 550 mm

498

Larger sizes available on request Torque range TCS from 1.880 to 15.000 kNm Flange diameter from 600 to 1.200 mm

Survey of Spicer GWBTM cardan shaft series


Design features Preferred applications

High torque capacity despite small connecting dimensions Split bearing eyes with toothed bearing cap Compact design Journal cross with low notch factor Length compensation coated with lubricating varnish Operating angle 10 up to 15 Series 393 with optimized bearing life

Rolling mill plants Calender drives Heavy-loaded plants of general machinery construction Technical data (refer to data sheets)

Increased torque capacity in comparison to 393 Split bearing eyes with toothed bearing cap Standard Hirth-serrated ange Journal cross with low notch factor Length compensation coated with lubricant varnish Operating angle 7 up to 15

Rolling mill plants Calender drives Extremely high loaded plants of general machinery construction Technical data (refer to data sheets)

Three operating angle versions for maximum torque or maximum bearing life capacity Split bearing eyes with toothed bearing cap Standard Hirth-serrated ange Operating angle up to 15

Main rolling mill drive units Heavy machinery construction plants Technical data (refer to data sheets)

Special designs of Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts and additional equipment


Series

587/190

Super short designs Torque range TCS from 23 to 94 kNm Flange diameter from 275 to 405 mm

392/393

Tunnel joint shafts Torque range TCS from 57 to 1.053 kNm Flange diameter from 225/315 to 550/710 mm

Intermediate shafts

Special designs of Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts and additional equipment


Design features Preferred applications

Closed bearing eyes (series 587) Split bearing eyes (series 190) Joints and length compensation are regreasable Operating angle up to 5

Railway vehicles Rolling mill plants Marine drives Calender drives Paper machines General machinery construction plants Technical data (refer to data sheets)

Shorter designs with large length compensation Length compensation through the joint High torque capacity with small connection dimensions Split bearing eyes with toothed bearing cap Bearings with labyrinth seals Operating angle up to 10/7,5

Rolling mill plants

With or without length compensation Integrated bearing location

Pump drives

Notations for reviewing data sheets


Standard designs
Cardan shaft with length compensation, tubular design

0.01

0.03

Cardan shaft without length compensation, tubular design

9.01 9.02 9.03

Cardan shaft with length compensation, short design

9.04

Cardan shaft without length compensation, double ange shaft design

Special designs
Cardan shaft with large length compensation, tubular design

0.02

9.06

Cardan shaft with length compensation, super short design

10

Intermediate shafts*
(available with intermediate bearing on request)

0.04

Intermediate shaft with length compensation

0.04

Intermediate shaft without length compensation

0.01

Midship shaft * Data sheet and/ or drawing available on request.

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Data sheet series 687/688


0.02 with length compensation, tubular design 0.03 without length compensation, tubular design 9.01 with length compensation, short design 9.03 with length compensation, short design 9.04 without length compensation, double ange shaft design

Design G

Lz M
K

F
A C

0.02

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc b A K B C F1) G H I2 ) M S W DIN 5480 + 0,2 mm 0,1 mm H7 kNm kNm < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

687/688.15 687/688.20 687/688.25 2,4 0,7 1,79 x 10 4 25 100 90 84 57 2,5 7 8,25 6 48 63,5 x 2,4 36 x 1,5 3,5 1,0 5,39 x 10 4 25 120 98 101,5 75 2,5 8 10,25 8 54 76,2 x 2,4 40 x 1,5 5 1,6 1,79 x 10 3 25 120 113 101,5 75 2,5 8 10,25 8 70 89 x 2,4 45 x 1,5

687/688.30 6,5 1,9 2,59 x 10 3 25 120 127 101,5 75 2,5 8 10,25 8 72 90 x 3 48 x 1,5 150 127 130 90 3 10 12,25 8 78 90 x 3 48 x 1,5

687/688.35 10 2,9 0,0128 25 150 144 130 90 3 10 12,1 8 95 100 x 3 54 x 1,5 180 144 155,5 110 3 12 14,1 8 90 100 x 3 54 x 1,5 25 150 160 130 90 3 10 12,1 8 102 120 x 3

687/688.40 14 4,4 0,0422 44 150 160 130 90 3 10 12,1 8 102 100 x 4,5 25 180 160 155,5 110 3 12 14,1 8 102 120 x 3 44 180 160 155,5 110 3 12 14,1 8 102 100 x 4,5

62 x 1,75

TCS

= Functional limit torque* If the permissible functional limit torque TCS is to be fully utilized, the ange connection must be reinforced.

TDW Lc * b

= Reversing fatigue torque* = Bearing capacity factor* See specications of cardan shafts. = Maximum deection angle per joint

Tubular shafts with welded-on balancing plates have lower fatigue torques TDW 1) Effective spigot depth 2) Number of ange holes

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Data sheet series 687/688


Design Lf

60

22,5

45

0.03 Lz
B

9.01 9.03 Lf

6-hole ange

8-hole ange

NOTE: Hole patterns are not optional. Each cardan shaft size has a specic hole pattern.

9.04

Design

Shaft size L z min La G GR Jm JmR C CR mm mm kg kg kgm 2 kgm 2 Nm/rad. Nm/rad. mm kg kgm 2 Nm/rad. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

687/688.15 687/688.20 687/688.25 346 60 5,7 3,62 0,0043 0,0034 0,26 x 10 5 0,34 x 10 5 221 4,1 0,0038 0,44 x 10 5 296 38 348 90 245 25 280 60 192 379 70 8,4 4,37 0,0089 0,0059 0,42 x 10 5 0,60 x 10 5 239 5,8 0,0085 0,86 x 10 5 322 41 381 100 274 27 317 70 216 458 100 12,0 5,13 0,0144 0,0096 0,71 x 10 5 0,98 x 10 5 282 8,6 0,0129 1,44 x 10 5 361 36 425 100 313 28 355 70 280

687/688.30 492 110 13 6,44 0,0245 0,0122 0,78 x 10 5 1,25 x 10 5 310 8,6 0,0238 1,74 x 10 5 379 36 453 110 331 29 397 95 288 504 110 14,2 6,44 0,0245 0,0122 0,78 x 10 5 1,25 x 10 5 322 9,8 0,0238 1,74 x 10 5 391 36 465 110 343 29 409 95 312

687/688.35 582 110 24,0 7,18 0,043 0,0169 1,18 x 10 5 1,72 x 10 5 379 18,0 0,04 1,81 x 10 5 510 70 550 110 419 45 484 110 380 572 110 25,6 7,18 0,0169 1,72 x 10 5 369 19,6 500 70 540 110 409 45 474 110 360 586 110 28,7 8,66 0,0676 0,0296 2,17 x 10 5 3,02 x 10 5 423 22,8 0,066 3,35 x 10 5 505 70 545 110 441 45 506 110 408

687/688.40 693 180 30,3 10,6 0,0706 0,0242 1,61 x 10 5 2,47 x 10 5 449 21,0 0,0628 2,78 x 10 5 525 60 645 180 408 586 110 29,4 8,66 0,0776 0,0296 2,17 x 10 5 3,02 x 10 5 423 23,4 0,076 3,35 x 10 5 505 70 545 110 441 45 506 110 408 693 180 30,9 10,6 0,0806 0,0242 1,61 x 10 5 2,47 x 10 5 449 21,6 0,0728 2,78 x 10 5 525 60 645 180 408

0.02

0.03

Lf min G Jm C

9.01

L z min L a min L z max L a max

9.03

L z min L a min L z max L a max

9.04

Lf min

L z min La Lf min Lz + La

= Shortest possible compressed length = Length compensation = Shortest xed length = Maximum operating length

G GR Jm JmR

= Weight of shaft = Weight per 1.000 mm tube = Moment of inertia = Moment of inertia per 1.000 mm tube

C CR

= Torsional stiffness of shaft without tube = Torsional stiffness per 1.000 mm tube

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Data sheet series 687/688


0.02 with length compensation, tubular design 0.03 without length compensation, tubular design 9.01 with length compensation, short design 9.03 with length compensation, short design 9.04 without length compensation, double ange shaft design

Design G

Lz M
K

F
A C

0.02

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc b A K B C F1) G H I2 ) M S W DIN 5480 + 0,2 mm 0,1 mm H7 kNm kNm < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 25 180 174 155,5 110 3 12 14,1 8 95 120 x 4

687/688.45 17 5,1 0,104 35 180 174 155,5 110 3 12 14,1 8 95 110 x 5 68 x 1,75 25 225 174 196 140 5 15 16,1 8 90 120 x 4 25 180 178 155,5 110 3 14 16,1 10 115 120 x 6

687/688.55 25 7,3 0,236 35 180 178 155,5 110 3 14 16,1 10 115 120 x 6 78 x 2 25 225 178 196 140 5 15 16,1 8 95 120 x 6 25 180 204 155,5 110 3 15 16,1 10 110

687/688.65 35 11 0,837 25 225 204 196 140 5 15 16,1 8 110 142 x 6 88 x 2,5

142 x 6

TCS

= Functional limit torque* If the permissible functional limit torque TCS is to be fully utilized, the ange connection must be reinforced.

TDW Lc * b

= Reversing fatigue torque* = Bearing capacity factor* See specications of cardan shafts. = Maximum deection angle per joint

Tubular shafts with welded-on balancing plates have lower fatigue torques TDW 1) Effective spigot depth 2) Number of ange holes

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Data sheet series 687/688


Design Lf
22,5

0.03 Lz
B

45

3 6

B
H H

9.01 9.03 Lf

8-hole ange

10-hole ange

NOTE: Hole patterns not optional. Each cardan shaft size has a specic hole pattern.

9.04

Design

Shaft size L z min La G GR Jm JmR C CR mm mm kg kg kgm 2 kgm 2 Nm/rad. Nm/rad. mm kg kgm 2 Nm/rad. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 595 110 35,7 11,44 0,1002 0,0385 3,10 x 10 5 3,93 x 10 5 425 28,0 0,0954 4,82 x 10 5 517 70 557 110 447 50 507 110 380

687/688.45 703 180 38,4 12,95 0,1242 0,0357 2,18 x 10 5 3,65 x 10 5 425 27,8 0,0976 3,71 x 10 5 538 60 658 180 380 585 110 37,7 11,44 0,1342 0,0385 3,10 x 10 5 3,93 x 10 5 415 30 0,1294 4,82 x 10 5 507 70 547 110 437 50 497 110 360 662 110 44,0 16,86 0,131 0,055 4,05 x 10 5 5,60 x 10 5 475 33,1 0,1176 5,39 x 10 5 587 70 617 100 513 50 563 110 460

687/688.55 681 110 49,2 16,86 5,60 x 10 5 495 606 70 636 100 460 622 110 47,0 16,86 0,151 0,055 4,05 x 10 5 5,60 x 10 5 435 36,1 0,1376 5,39 x 10 5 547 70 577 100 473 50 523 110 380 686 110 60,6 20,12

687/688.65 686 110 64,6 20,12 0,2614 0,0932 5,63 x 10 5 9,50 x 10 5 491 51,3 0,2422 7,17 x 10 5 601 70 641 110 524 50 584 110 440

0.02

0,2224 0,0932 5,63 x 10 5 9,50 x 10 5 491 47,3 0,2032 7,17 x 10 5 601 70 641 110 524 50 584 110 440

0.03

Lf min G Jm C

9.01

L z min L a min L z max L a max

9.03

L z min L a min L z max L a max

9.04

Lf min

L z min La Lf min Lz + La

= Shortest possible compressed length = Length compensation = Shortest xed length = Maximum operating length

G GR Jm JmR

= Weight of shaft = Weight per 1.000 mm tube = Moment of inertia = Moment of inertia per 1.000 mm tube

C CR

= Torsional stiffness of shaft without tube = Torsional stiffness per 1.000 mm tube

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Data sheet series 587


0.01 with length compensation, tubular design 0.02 with large length compensation, tubular design 0.03 without length compensation, tubular design 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 with length compensation, short design with length compensation, short design with length compensation, short design without length compensation, double ange shaft design

Design M G
W

Lz M

587.55 587.60

0.01

0.02
587.50

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc b A K B 0,1 mm kNm kNm < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm mm + 0,2 mm mm mm mm mm mm 24 225 215 196 140 4,4 15 16,1 8 108 144 x 7 90 x 2,5

587.50 43 13 1,84 24 250 215 218 214 140 5,4 18 18,1 25 8 4 108 144 x 7 90 x 2,5 20 250 250 218 214 140 5,5 18 18,1 25 8 4 125 168,8 x 7,3 115 x 2,5

587.55 52 18 7,6 20 285 250 245 175 6,0 20 20,1 8 125 168,8 x 7,3 115 x 2,5 20 285 265 245 240 175 6,0 20 20,1 28 8 4 135 167,7 x 9,8 115 x 2,5

587.60 57 23 24,8 20 285 265 245 175 6,0 20 20,1 8 135 167,7 x 9,8 115 x 2,5

Bs 0,1 mm C F1) G H I2 ) Is 3 ) M S W DIN 5480 H7

Hs H12

TCS

= Functional limit torque* If the permissible functional limit torque TCS is to be fully utilized, the ange connection (e.g., with dowel pins) must be reinforced. Yield torque 30% over TCS

TDW Lc * b

= Reversing fatigue torque* = Bearing capacity factor* See specications of cardan shafts. = Maximum deection angle per joint

1) Effective spigot depth 2) Number of ange holes (standard ange connection) 3) Number of ange holes (dowel pin connection)

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Data sheet series 587


Design Lf
3 8 22,5

Standard flange connection

22,5

0.03

45

45

4 8

Lz
B

9.01 9.02 9.03 Lf

9.04

8-hole ange

8-hole ange

Dowel pin connection according to DIN 15451

Design

Shaft size L z min La G GR Jm JmR C CR mm mm kg kg kgm 2 kgm 2 Nm/rad. Nm/rad. mm mm kg kg kgm 2 kgm 2 Nm/rad. Nm/rad. mm kg kg kgm 2 kgm 2 Nm/rad. Nm/rad. mm mm kg kgm 2 Nm/rad. mm mm kg mm mm kg mm kg 550 60 61 600 75 66 432 58 800 110 86 23,7 0,325 0,111 5,29 x 10 5 11,33 x 10 5 540 72 23,7 0,270 0,111 7,2 x 10 5 11,33 x 10 5 650 90 68

587.50 800 110 91 23,7 0,361 0,111 5,29 x 10 5 11,33 x 10 5 540 77 23,7 0,306 0,111 7,2 x 10 5 11,33 x 10 5 696 110 70 550 60 66 600 75 71 432 68 650 90 73 696 110 75 840 100 118 29,1 0,657 0,190 8,7 x 10 5 19,4 x 10 5

587.55 840 100 123 29,1 0,737 0,190 8,7 x 10 5 19,4 x 10 5

Hs
587.60 870 100 132 38,2 0,950 0,239 9,6 x 10 5 24,3 x 10 5 990 200 170 38,2 0,239
-

0.01

0.02*

L z min L a min G GR Jm JmR C CR

960 200 155 29,1 0,190


-

960 200 160 29,1 0,190


-

19,4 x 10 5 610 88 29,1 0,547 0,190 9,8 x 10 5 19,4 x 10 5 815 100 110 0,64 8,8 x 10 5 780 65 108 720 65 113 500 81

19,4 x 10 5 610 93 29,1 0,627 0,190 9,8 x 10 5 19,4 x 10 5 815 100 115 0,72 8,8 x 10 5 780 65 113 720 65 118 500 91

24,3 x 10 5 640 103 38,2 0,84 0,239 11,5 x 10 5 24,3 x 10 5 843 100 142 0,93 9,7 x 10 5 810 70 125 750 65 126 540 110

0.03

Lf G GR Jm JmR C CR

9.01

L z min La G Jm C

9.02 9.03 9.04

Lz La G Lz La G Lf G

L z min La Lf min Lz + La

= Shortest possible compressed length = Length compensation = Shortest xed length = Maximum operating length

G GR Jm JmR

= Weight of shaft = Weight per 1.000 mm tube = Moment of inertia = Moment of inertia per 1.000 mm tube

C CR *

= Torsional stiffness of shaft without tube = Torsional stiffness per 1.000 mm tube Larger length compensation available on request

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Data sheet series 390 Maximum bearing life


0.01 with length compensation, tubular design 0.02 with large length compensation, tubular design 0.03 without length compensation, tubular design 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 with length compensation, short design with length compensation, short design with length compensation, short design without length compensation, double ange shaft design

Design G

Lz M M
W K S

F
A C

0.01

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc b A K B 0,1 mm kNm kNm < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

390.60 60 23 24,8 15 285 240 245 240 175 6 20 20,1 28 8 4 135 167,7 x 9,8 115 x 2,5

390.65 90 36 70,2 15 315 265 280 270 175 6 22 22,1 30 8 4 150 218,2 x 8,7 150 x 3

390.70 130 53 238 15 350 300 310 300 220 7 25 22,1 32 10 4 170 219 x 13,3 150 x 3

390.75 190 75 618 15 390 330 345 340 250 7 28 24,1 32 10 4 190 273 x 11,6 185 x 5

b
390.80 255 102 1563 15 435 370 385 378 280 9 32 27,1 35 10 4 210 273 x 19 185 x 5 TDW Lc * b = Reversing fatigue torque* = Bearing capacity factor* See specications of cardan shafts. = Maximum deection angle per joint 1) Effective spigot depth 2) Number of ange holes (standard ange connection) 3) Number of ange holes (dowel pin connection) 4) 390.60 - 390.70 + 0,2 mm 390.75 - 390.80 + 0,5 mm

Bs 0,1 mm C F1) G H4 ) Hs H12 I2 ) Is 3 ) M S W DIN 5480 H7

TCS

= Functional limit torque* If the permissible functional limit torque TCS is to be fully utilized, the ange connection (e.g., with dowel pins) must be reinforced. Yield torque 30% over TCS

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Data sheet series 390 Maximum bearing life


Design Lz Lz 9.01 9.02 9.03 Lf Lf

0.02

0.03 Standard flange connection


B

9.04
3 8 22,5

3 6 18

Dowel pin connection according to DIN 15451

22,5
4 8 45

3 6 18 3 6

Hs

8-hole ange

10-hole ange

8-hole ange

10-hole ange

NOTE: Each cardan shaft size has a specic hole pattern (see table). Other hole patterns available on request.

Design

Shaft size L z min La G GR Jm JmR C CR mm mm kg kg kgm 2 kgm 2 Nm/rad. Nm/rad. mm mm kg kg mm kg kg mm mm kg mm mm kg mm mm kg mm kg

390.60 870 100 138 38,2 1,04 0,239 1,0 x 10 6 2,43 x 10 6 990 200 178 38,2 640 109 38,2 843 100 136 810 70 135 750 65 135 540 108 G GR Jm JmR

390.65 980 135 216 45,0 1,61 0,494 1,65 x 10 6 5,04 x 10 6 1.080 220 280 45,0 710 159 45,0 953 135 213 890 75 198 835 75 202 600 146

390.70 1.070 135 276 67,5 2,51 0,716 2,43 x 10 6 7,3 x 10 6 1.170 220 337 67,5 800 218 67,5 1.043 135 273 980 75 261 925 75 264 680 210 C CR *

390.75 1.210 170 405 74,8 4,20 1,28 3,3 x 10 6 1,3 x 107 1.295 250 508 74,8 890 302 74,8 1.175 170 402 1.100 95 375 1.030 85 371 760 284

390.80 1.280 170 490 119 8,20 1,93 4,7 x 10 6 1,96 x 107 1.365 250 586 119 960 385 119 1.245 170 482 1.170 95 456 1.100 85 453 840 380

0.01

0.02*

L z min L a min G GR

0.03 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04


L z min La Lf min Lz + La

Lf min G GR Lz La G Lz La G Lz La G Lf G

= Shortest possible compressed length = Length compensation = Shortest xed length = Maximum operating length

= Weight of shaft = Weight per 1.000 mm tube = Moment of inertia = Moment of inertia per 1.000 mm tube

= Torsional stiffness of shaft without tube = Torsional stiffness per 1.000 mm tube Larger length compensation available on request

Hs

45
B

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Data sheet series 392/393 High torque capacity


0.01 with length compensation, tubular design 0.02 with large length compensation, tubular design 0.03 without length compensation, tubular design 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 with length compensation, short design with length compensation, short design with length compensation, short design without length compensation, double ange shaft design

Design G

Lz M
W S K

F
A C

0.01

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc b A K B C F1) G H I2 ) M S X Y W DIN 5480 e9 H7 kNm kNm < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

392.50 70 23 7,6 15 225 225 196 105 4,5 20 17 8 145 167,7 x 9,8 32 9 115 x 2,5

392.55 105 36 25,2 15 250 250 218 105 5 25 19 8 165 218,2 x 8,7 40 12,5 150 x 3

392.60 150 53 82,6 15 285 285 245 125 6 27 21 8 180 219 x 13,3 40 15 150 x 3

392.65 215 75 261 15 315 315 280 130 7 32 23 10 205 273 x 11,6 40 15 185 x 5

392.70 295 102 684 15 350 350 310 155 7 35 23 10 225 273 x 19 50 16 185 x 5

393.75 390 140 1.700 10 390 390 345 170 8 40 25 10 205 273 x 36 70 18 185 x 5

393.80 580 220 7.070 10 435 435 385 190 10 42 28 16 235 323,9 x 36 80 20 210 x 5

393.85 750 285 15.600 10 480 480 425 205 12 47 31 16 265 355,6 x 40 90 22,5 210 x 5

b
393.90 1.150 435 62.600 10 550 550 492 250 12 50 31 16 290 406,4 x 45 100 22,5 240 x 5 TDW Lc * b = Reversing fatigue torque* = Bearing capacity factor* See specications of cardan shafts. = Maximum deection angle per joint 1) Effective spigot depth 2) Number of ange holes

TCS

= Functional limit torque* Yield torque 30% over TCS

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Data sheet series 392/393 High torque capacity


Design Lz Flange connection with face key 0.02 Lf
3 8 22,5

15 3 0
45

10 20

0.03 Lz 9.01 9.02 9.03 Lf

8-hole ange

10-hole ange

16-hole ange

Each cardan shaft size has a specic hole pattern (see table). Other hole patterns available on request.

9.04

Design

Shaft size L z min La G GR Jm JmR C CR mm mm kg kg kgm 2 kgm 2 Nm/rad. Nm/rad. mm mm kg kg mm kg kg mm mm kg mm mm kg mm mm kg mm kg

392.50 890 100 129 38,2 1,02 0,239 9,5 x 10 5 2,43 x 10 6 1.010 200 171 38,2 660 101 38,2 863 100 130 830 70 124 770 65 123 580 94

392.55 1.010 135 214 45 1,43 0,494 1,42 x 10 6 5,06 x 10 6 1.110 220 275 45 740 156 45 983 135 210 920 75 204 865 75 197 660 145

392.60 1.090 135 272 67,5 2,23 0,716 2,36 x 10 6 7,3 x 10 6 1.190 220 331 67,5 820 215 67,5 1.063 135 269 1.000 75 263 945 75 260 720 207

392.65 1.240 170 406 74,8 3,80 1,28 3,1 x 10 6 1,3 x 107 1.325 250 515 74,8 920 301 74,8 1.205 170 402 1.130 95 375 1.060 85 371 820 288

392.70 1.310 170 493 119 6,5 1,93 4,4 x 10 6 1,96 x 107 1.395 250 603 119 990 389 119 1.275 170 487 1.200 95 466 1.130 85 457 900 391

393.75 1.430 170 732 210,4 11,72 3,02 5,19 x 10 6 3,08 x 107 1.570 310 796 210,4 977 538 210,4 1.363 170 718 1.300 90 641 1.200 70 602 820 485

393.80 1.620 170 1.055 255,6 17,84 5,38 7,86 x 10 6 5,48 x 107 1.780 330 1.158 255,6 1.110 748 255,6 1.550 170 1.037 1.400 90 876 1.300 70 832 940 653

393.85 1.820 190 1.468 311,3 25,21 7,87 9,44 x 10 6 8,03 x 107 1.975 345 1.589 311,3 1.240 1.052 311,3 1.750 190 1.446 1.630 100 1.171 1.520 80 1.116 1.060 922

393.90 2.035 210 2.209 401,1 40,76 13,3 1,43 x 107 1,36 x 10 8 2.190 365 2.367 401,1 1.380 1.600 401,1 1.955 210 2.177 1.770 100 1.717 1.680 80 1.657 1.160 1.443

0.01

0.02*

L z min L a min G GR

0.03 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04

Lf min G GR Lz La G Lz La G Lz La G Lf G

L z min La Lf min Lz + La

= Shortest possible compressed length = Length compensation = Shortest xed length = Maximum operating length

G GR Jm JmR

= Weight of shaft = Weight per 1.000 mm tube = Moment of inertia = Moment of inertia per 1.000 mm tube

C CR *

= Torsional stiffness of shaft without tube = Torsional stiffness per 1.000 mm tube Larger length compensation available on request

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Data sheet series 492 Maximum torque capacity


0.01 with length compensation, tubular design 0.03 without length compensation, tubular design 9.01 with length compensation, short design 9.02 with length compensation, short design 9.03 with length compensation, short design 9.04 without length compensation, double ange shaft design

Design M G
W

Lz M
S K

0.01

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc b A K B G H I1) M S W DIN 5480 kNm kNm < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

492.60 210 100 107 7 285 285 255 35 15 10 200 244,5 x 22,2 185 x 5

492.65 250 115 332 7 315 315 280 35 17 10 220 244,5 x 28 185 x 5

492.70 340 160 860 7 350 350 315 40 17 12 240 273 x 30 210 x 5 10 440 210

492.75 410 190 2.060 15 390 390 350 45 19 12 260 323,9 x 36 210 x 5 10

492.80 650 280 7.390 15 435 435 395 50 19 16 280 355,6 x 40 210 x 5 10 580 250

492.85 850 400 17.400 15 480 480 445 55 21 16 300 406,4 x 40 240 x 5 10 770 360

b
492.90 1.300 600 60.120 15 550 550 510 65 23 16 330 457 x 50 290 x 8 1.170 540 TCS TDW Lc = Functional limit torque* Yield torque 30% over TCS = Reversing fatigue torque* = Bearing capacity factor* * b 1) See specications of cardan shafts. = Maximum deection angle per joint Number of ange holes

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Data sheet series 492 Maximum torque capacity


Design Lf Flange connection with Hirth-serration
3 6 3 0

22,5

0.03 Lz
B

9.01 9.02 9.03 Lf

10-hole flange

12-hole flange

16-hole flange

9.04

Each cardan shaft size has a specic hole pattern (see table). Other hole patterns available on request.

Design

Shaft size L z min La G GR Jm JmR C CR mm mm kg kg kgm 2 kgm 2 Nm/rad. Nm/rad. mm kg kg mm mm kg mm kg

492.60 1.440 135 472 121 4,16 1,52 3,32 x 10 6 1,55 x 107 940 311 121 1.380 135 465 800 286

492.65 1.520 135 568 149 5,16 1,78 4,31 x 10 6 1,82 x 107 1.020 407 149 1.460 135 559 880 374

492.70 1.680 150 788 180 7,73 2,69 5,97 x 10 6 2,75 x 107 1.130 557 180 1.620 150 777 960 514

492.75 1.750 170 1.025 255,6 15 5,38 6,76 x 10 6 5,48 x 107 1.220 819 255,6 1.700 170 1.010 1.040 780

492.80 1.900 170 1.355 311,3 30,7 7,88 9,7 x 10 6 8,03 x 107 1.320 1.040 311,3 1.840 170 1.340 1.120 1.000

492.85 2.130 190 1.873 361,4 50,4 12,28 13,64 x 10 6 12,51 x 107 1.450 1.330 361,4 2.050 190 1.850 1.200 1.300

492.90 2.415 210 2.750 501,94 92,7 21,1 19,44 x 10 6 21,5 x 107 1.620 1.880 501,9 2.340 210 2.710 1.320 1.830

0.01

0.03 9.01 9.04

Lf min G GR Lz La G Lf G

L z min La Lf min Lz + La

= Shortest possible compressed length = Length compensation = Shortest xed length = Maximum operating length

G GR Jm JmR

= Weight of shaft = Weight per 1.000 mm tube = Moment of inertia = Moment of inertia per 1.000 mm tube

C CR

= Torsional stiffness of shaft without tube = Torsional stiffness per 1.000 mm tube

Length dimensions (L z /La ) of the designs 0.02 9.02 9.03 available on request. 23

Data sheet series 498


0.01 with length compensation, tubular design 0.03 without length compensation, tubular design 9.04 without length compensation, double ange shaft design

Design G

Lz M M
K

0.01

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc kNm kNm 1.880 900 0,115 x 10 6 b A K B G H I1) M < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm 370 5

498.00 1.620 780 0,144 x 10 6 10 600 600 555 75 26 20 370 390 390 1.430 680 0,154 x 10 6 15 2.340 1.120 0,224 x 10 6 5

498.05 2.080 1.000 0,322 x 10 6 10 650 650 605 80 26 20 390 410 420 1.750 840 0,343 x 10 6 15 3.000 1.430 0,530 x 10 6 5

498.10 2.600 1.250 0,684 x 10 6 10 700 700 655 90 26 24 420 440 460 2.200 1.050 0,720 x 10 6 15 3.640 1.750 1,09 x 10 6 5

498.15 3.100 1.500 1,35 x 10 6 10 750 750 695 95 32 24 460 480 2.700 1.300 1,43 x 10 6 15

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc kNm kNm 4.420 2.120 1,69 x 10 6 b A K B G H I1) M < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm 480 5

498.20 3.800 1.850 2,14 x 10 6 10 800 800 745 100 32 24 480 500 530 3.300 1.600 2,55 x 10 6 15 5.300 2.550 3,26 x 10 6 5

498.25 4.500 2.200 4,01 x 10 6 10 850 850 785 105 38 24 530 555 555 4.050 1.950 4,681 x 10 6 15 6.300 3.050 7,05 x 10 6 5

498.30 5.400 2.650 7,86 x 10 6 10 900 900 835 110 38 24 555 580 580 4.700 2.250 8,29 x 10 6 15 7.400 3.500 9,71 x 10 6 5

498.35 6.500 3.100 10,7 x 10 6 10 950 950 885 120 38 24 580 610 5.600 2.700 14,24 x 10 6 15

TCS TDW Lc

= Functional limit torque* Yield torque 30% over TCS = Reversing fatigue torque* = Bearing capacity factor*

* b 1)

See specications of cardan shafts. = Maximum deection angle per joint Number of ange holes

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Data sheet series 498


Design Lf Flange connection with Hirth-serration
18

15

0.03 Lf

9.04

20-hole flange

24-hole flange

Each cardan shaft size has a specic hole pattern (see table). Other hole patterns available on request.

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc kNm kNm 8.700 4.200 16,1 x 10 6 b A K B G H I1) M < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm 625 5

498.40 7.500 3.600 17,4 x 10 6 10 1.000 1.000 925 125 44 20 625 655 645 6.500 3.100 23,78 x 10 6 15 10.000 4.800 24,4 x 10 6 5

498.45 8.700 4.200 28,71 x 10 6 10 1.050 1.050 975 130 44 20 645 675 670 7.500 3.600 38,73 x 10 6 15 11.500 5.500 36,4 x 10 6 5

498.50 10.000 4.800 42,63 x 10 6 10 1.100 1.100 1.025 135 44 20 670 700 715 8.600 4.100 61,67 x 10 6 15 13.200 6.300 56,3 x 10 6 5

498.55 11.400 5.500 70,8 x 10 6 10 1.150 1.150 1.065 140 50 20 715 745 740 9.900 4.700 96,19 x 10 6 15 15.000 7.200 89,9 x 10 6 5

498.60 13.000 6.200 102 x 10 6 10 1.200 1.200 1.115 150 50 20 740 775 11.200 5.400 147,2 x 10 6 15

SPICER GWBTM cardan shaft series 598 in fully forged design with maximum torque capacity are available on request.

Length dimensions (L z /Lf /La ) of the designs 0.01 0.03 9.04 available on request.

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Data sheet series 587/190 Super short designs


9.06 cardan shaft with length compensation, super short design

Series 587
Lz M G
K

Design

3 6
M

F
C A

9.06

10-hole flange

Shaft size TCS TDW Lc b A K B C F1) G H I2 ) M + 0,2 mm 0,1 mm H7 kNm kNm < ) mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

587.50 23 8,5 1,84 5 275 215 248 140 4,5 15 14,1 10 68 90 x 2,5

190.55 33 11 7,0 5 305 250 275 140 5,5 15 16,1 10 80 100 x 94

190.60 48 21 58,5 5 348 285 314 175 6 18 18,1 10 90 100 x 94

190.65 68 25 166 5 360 315 328 175 6 18 18,1 10 100 130 x 3

3 6
190.70 94 36 510 5 405 350 370 220 6,5 22 20,1 10 108 150 x 3

W DIN 5482/5480 mm

TCS TDW Lc

= Functional limit torque* Yield torque 30% over TCS = Reversing fatigue torque* = Bearing capacity factor*

* b 1) 2)

See specications of cardan shafts. = Maximum deection angle per joint Effective spigot depth Number of ange holes

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Data sheet series 587/190 Super short designs


Series 190
Lz M G
K

Design

3 6
M

F
A C

9.06
H

10-hole flange

Design

Shaft size Lz La G Jm mm mm kg kgm2

587.50 415 40 60 0,33

190.55 495 40 98 0,624

190.60 545 40 120 1,179

190.65 600 40 169 2,286

3 6
190.70 688 55 256 3,785

9.06

Lz = Shortest compressed length La = Length compensation L z + L a = Maximum operating length

G Jm

= Weight of shaft = Moment of inertia

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Data sheet series 330 Quick release couplings


Design with spiral serration for higher speeds G L K Fk SW Connection for series 687/688 Connection for series 587 Connection for series 392 with face key
Ck

A B C

For hole distribution, see data sheets of the corresponding cardan shaft. D

Coupling size

330.10

330.20 330.30

330.40 330.50 330.55 587.50 392.50 001 225 196 105 105 45 5 4 0,2 144 8 587.55 392.55 000 250 218 140 140 45 6 5 0,2 148 8 001 250 218 105 105 45 6 5 0,2 162 8

687/688.25 687/688.30 687/688.40 687/688.55 Shaft connection 687/688.15 687/688.20 687/688.45 687/688.35 687/688.40 687/688.45 687/688.65 Model A B C1) Ck11) D2 ) F Fk G I3 ) K4 ) L10 ) G k12 ) Nr. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm kg Nm Nr. Nm 000 100 84 57 57 20 2,5 2,3 0,2 003 130 101,5 75 75 38 2,5 003 150 130 90 90 40 3,5 003 180 155,5 110 110 40 4 2,3 0,15 112 8 M14x28 20 16,4 190 22 M

000 225 196 140 140 45 5 4 0,2 144 8

2,3 0,15 2,3 0,2 100 8 100 8

76 6

M8x18 M10x22 M12x25 10 4,7 35 11 7,5 69 14 10,6 120

M16x35 M16x40 18 34 295 24 R 18 36 295 24 R

M18x40 M18x45 21 40 405 27 R 220 21 49 405 27 R 220

Ta Nut Extension 5 ) Ta Spindle Socket wrench6 )

2.365/13 M 2.365/17 M 2.365/19 M

30 45 1/ 2 D 19 SW 13 Nr.

80 100 1/ 2 D 19 SW 17

190 190 1/ 2 D 19 SW 22

Operating instructions
Engaging and disengaging the coupling Engaging and disengaging are done by operating the threaded spindle located in the inner part of the coupling. The spindle can be reached from two sides and be operated. The spindle is tightened by means of a socket wrench (see table).

2. The engagement direction is marked by arrows. The spindle may be tightened either clockwise or counter- clockwise. 3. The joint with the coupling component falls back when disengaged. Caution: Danger of injury!

In case of a subsequent installation of the quick release coupling, the cardan shaft must be correspondingly shorter. Notice: 1. Before engaging the coupling, make sure that the coupling The threaded spindles of the coupling are lubricated by the supplier with MoS2. Relubrication is recommended from teeth are properly tted. time to time.

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Data sheet series 230 Quick release couplings


Design with trapezoidal serration for speeds up to 1000 rpm G L K Fk SW Connection for series 390 Connection for series 392/393 with face key F
C A B Ck

For hole distribution, see data sheets of the corresponding cardan shaft. D

Coupling size Shaft connection Model A B C1) Ck11) D2 ) F F k G I3 ) K4 ) L10 ) G k12 ) Nr. mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm kg Nm Nr. Nm

230.60 392.60 001 285 245 125 125 64 7 6 0,5 174 8

230.65 392.65 001 315 280 130 130 66 8 70,5 192 10

230.70 392.70 001 350 310 155 155 72 8 70,5 204 10

230.75 393.75 001 390 345 170 170 82 8 70,5 220 10

230.80 393.80 001 435 385 190 190 92 10 9 0,5 246 16

390.60 000 285 245 175 175 64 7 6 0,2

390.65 000 315 280 175 175 66 7 6 0,2 172 8

390.70 000 350 310 220 220 72 8 70,3 184 10

390.75 000 390 345 250 250 82 8 70,2

390.80 000 435 385 280 280 92 10 9 0,5 226 10

160 8

196 10

M20x55 M20x55 23 66 580 30 R 290 23 71 580 30 R 290

M22x50 M22x60 25 83 780 32 R 400 25 95 780 32 R 400

M22x50 M22x60 25 110 780 32 R 550 25 120 780 32 R 550

M24x55 M24x70 27 143 1.000 36 R 680 27 150 1.000 36 R 680

M27x65 M27x75 30 210 1.500 41 R 950 9 ) 30 230 1.500 41 R 950 9 )

Ta Nut Extension 5 ) Ta Spindle Socket wrench6 ) X = 4 spanners8 )

3 /4 D 32 SW 22 Nr.

3 /4 D 32 SW 27

3 /4 D 32 SW 27

3 /4 D 32 SW 32

3 /4 D 32 SW 36 TD 750

Nr.

1. Spigot t H7 2. Disengaging movement for separation of the coupling 3. Number of stud bolts per ange 4. Dimensions of the bolt connections Stud boltDIN 938 Self-locking hexagon nut DIN 980 5. Jaw or ring extension in accordance with Dana standard N 4.2.5 6. Gedore socket spanner set for tightening the spindle 7. Rahsol torque meter 8. Force multiplier spannerx = 4 (TD 750) 9. Adjusting moment of the torque wrench 756 C = 238 Nm 10. Thread depth 11. Fit h6 up to series 390 Fit f8 for series 392/393 12. Gk = Weight of coupling Ta = Tightening torques of ange boltings and of the threaded coupling spindles

Torque wrench7) Type 756 B 756 C 756 D

Torque range to 100 Nm 300 Nm 760 Nm

from 20 Nm 80 Nm 280 Nm

For applications with speeds higher than 1.000 rpm, please contact Dana engineers. Other designs available on request.

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Data sheet Journal cross assemblies (unit packs)


Design 7.06 journal cross, complete
Shaft size 473.10 473.20 473.30 287.00 287.10 287.20 587.10 587.15 587.20 587.30 587.35/36 587.42 587.48 587.50 587.55 587.60 687/688.15 687/688.20 687/688.25 687/688.30 687/688.35 687/688.40 687/688.45 687/688.55 687/688.65

A
mm 15 19 22 26 30 35 35 42 48 52 57 57 65 72 74 83 27,0 30,2 34,9 34,9 42,0 47,6 52,0 57,0 65,0

B mm 41 49,2 59 69,8 81,8 96,8 96,8 104,5 116,5 133 144 152,06 172 185 217 231,4 74,5 81,8 92,0 106,4 119,4 135,17 147,2 152,0 172,0

Shaft size 190.50 190.55 190.60 190.65 190.70 190.75 190.80 390.60 390.65 390.70 390.75 390.80 392.50* 392.55* 392.60* 392.65* 392.70* 393.75* 393.80* 393.85* 393.90*

A
mm 65 74 83 95 110 120 130 83 95 110 120 130 74 83 95 110 120 130 154 170 195

B mm 220 244 280 308 340 379 425 235,8 258,8 293,4 325,2 363,2 222 246 279,6 309,6 343,4 383,4 430 464 530

B1 mm 143 154 175 190 210 235 262 129 139 160 176 196 129 139 160 176 196 216 250 276 315

B1 B

Journal cross assemblies are only supplied as complete units. For orders, please state shaft size or, if known, the drawing number of the complete cardan shaft. For lubrication of journal cross assemblies, see Installation and Maintenance/Safety Instructions. * The dimensions of the journal cross assemblies for series 392/393 are equal to 292.

Ultra heavy-duty unit pack sets for series 398 have been discontinued.

They are still available for series 492 and 498 on request.

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Data sheet Flange connection with serration


Hirth-serration
Flank angle 40 High transmission capacity Form locking Self-centering
D mm 225 250 285 315 350 390 435 480 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1.000 1.050 1.100 1.150 1.200 d z mm 180 200 225 250 280 315 345 370 440 480 520 570 600 650 680 710 760 800 840 880 925 960 48 48 60 60 72 72 96 96 96 120 120 120 144 144 144 144 144 180 180 180 180 180 B mm 200 225 255 280 315 350 395 445 510 555 605 655 695 745 785 835 885 925 975 1.025 1.065 1.115 i* 8 x M 12 8 x M 14 10 x M 14 10 x M 16 12 x M 16 12 x M 18 16 x M 18 16 x M 20 16 x M 22 20 x M 24 20 x M 24 24 x M 24 24 x M 30 24 x M 30 24 x M 36 24 x M 36 24 x M 36 20 x M 42 x 3 20 x M 42 x 3 20 x M 42 x 3 20 x M 48 x 3 20 x M 48 x 3

Klingelnberg-serration
Flank angle 25 High transmission capacity Form locking Self-centering
D mm 95 115 145 175 215 240 275 305 340 380 425 465 535 d z mm 65 80 110 140 175 195 220 245 280 315 355 390 455 16 24 24 32 48 48 48 48 72 72 96 96 96 B mm 84 101,5 130 155,5 196 218 245 280 310 345 385 425 492 i 4xM 8 4 x M 10 4 x M 12 4 x M 16 4 x M 16 4 x M 18 4 x M 20 4 x M 20 4 x M 22 6 x M 24 6 x M 27 8 x M 30 8 x M 30

D = Outside diameter d = Inside diameter Z = Number of teeth B = Pitch diameter i = Number and size of bolts Bolt material: 10.9

* Reduced number of bolts by special arrangement only (e.g., for use as quick- change system) Other diameters available on request.

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Data sheet Face key connection series 687/688/587/390


The cardan shaft for series 687/688/587/390 can also be manufactured with face key connection on request.

Series 687/688

Series 587

Series 390

Shaft size 687/688.35 687/688.40

Cardan shaft connection I2 ) x H1) X e9 mm 20 Y mm 4,0

A
mm 150

8 x 13 8 x 15 10 x 17 10 x 17 8 x 17 8 x 19 8 x 21 8 x 21 8 x 23 10 x 23 10 x 25 10 x 28

687/688.45 687/688.55 180

25

4,5

687/688.65 587.50 587.55 587.60 390.60 390.65 390.70 390.75 390.80 225 250 285 285 315 350 390 435

32 40 45 45 45 50 50 63

5,5 7,0 8,0 8,0 8,0 9,0 9,0 12,0

1. Tolerance + 0,2 mm (for 390.75 and 390.80, tolerance + 0,5 mm)

2. Number of ange holes

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Data sheet Standard companion anges


Standard companion anges can be manufactured with cylindrical bore holes and face keyway (material C45; hardened and tempered 750 900 N/mm2 ) on request. For designs deviating from the standard, e.g., oil pressure connection, conical bore, at journal, and material, relevant drawings are required.

Please state with your order:


Cardan shaft connection Shaft size A I2 ) x H1) mm 6 x 8,25 Dimension D max mm 69,5

Shaft size

= mm number of holes x mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Flange dia. A = I x H L L1 Z D d u v = = = = = = = =

687/688.15 100 687/688.20 687/688.15

687/688.20 120 8 x 10,25 687/688.25 687/688.30 687/688.25 150 687/688.35 687/688.30 687/688.40 687/688.35 687/688.40 687/688.45 8 x 14,1 8 x 12,25 8 x 12,25 8 x 12,1 8 x 12,1

L1

84

110,3

180 10 x 16,1

132,5

687/688.55 687/688.65 687/688.45 687/688.55 225 687/688.65 587.50

8 x 16,1

171

587.50 250 587.55 587.60 285 390.60 390.65 390.70 390.75 390.80 315 350 390 435

8 x 18,1

189

8 x 20,1 8 x 22,1 10 x 22,1 10 x 24,1 10 x 27,1

213 247 277 308 342

1. Tolerance + 0,2 mm (for 390.75 and 390.80, tolerance + 0,5 mm)

2. Number of ange holes

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Design features series 687/688/587

1 7

Main components of the cardan shafts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Flange yoke Journal cross assembly Tube yoke Tube Sliding muff Yoke shaft Cover tube assembly

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Design features series 390/392/393


1a

5 3

7 2

1a 6 1b

Main components of the cardan shafts 1a. Flange yoke for series 390 (friction connection) 1b. Flange yoke for series 392/393 (face key connection) 2. Journal cross assembly 3. Tube yoke 4. Tube 5. Tube yoke with sliding muff 6. Slip stub shaft 7. Cover tube assembly

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General theoretical instructions


Kinematics of Hookes joints
1. The joints In the theory of mechanics, the cardan joint (or Hookes joint) is defined as a spatial or spherical drive unit with a non-uniform gear ratio or transmission. The transmission behavior of this joint is described by the following equation:

90

b
2 1

a2 = arc tan

1 tan a1 cosb

b = Deection angle of joint [< )] a1 = angle of rotation drive side a2 = angle of rotation driven side
In this equation, a2 is the momentary rotation angle of the driven shaft 2. The motion behavior of the driving and the driven ends is shown in the following diagram. The asynchronous and/or nonhomokinematic running of the shaft 2 is shown in the periodical oscillation of the asynchronous line a2 around the synchronous line a1 (dotted line). A measure for the non-uniformity is the difference of the rotation angles a2 and a1 or the transmission ratio of the angular speeds 2 and 1. Expressed by an equation, that means: a) Rotation angle difference:

a2 K 3 p
2

2p

K = a2 - a1 a1 a2 K
(also called gimbal error)

p
2

p
0

K = arc tan

1 tan a1 - a1 cosb

K max. = arc tan cosb - 1 2 cosb


2p b) Ratio: i=

p/2

3p/2

cosb 2 = 1 1 - sin2b cos2a1

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General theoretical instructions


The following diagram shows the ratio i = 2 /1 for a full revolution of the universal joint for b = 60. The degree of non-uniformity U is dened by: U=i
max.

2 i 1,5

1 i
min.

= tanb sinb 0,5

Where: i = 1 cosb

max.

p/2

3p/2

2p

min.

= cosb

a1

Angular difference K max.

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 5 U

0,9 0,8 0,7

K max.

0,6 0,5 0,4 0,3 0,2 0,1

Degree of non-uniformity U

10

The diagram shows the course of the degree of non-uniformity U and of the angular difference K max. as a function of the deection angle of the joint from 0 to 45. From the motion equation it is evident that a homokinematic motion behavior corresponding to the dotted line under 45 as shown in the diagram can only be obtained for the deection angle b = 0. A synchronous or homokinematic running can be achieved by a suitable combination or connection of two or more joints.

0 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Deection angle b

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Technical instructions for application


2. The universal shaft The rotation angle difference K or the gimbal error of a deected universal joint can be offset under certain installation conditions with a second universal joint. The constructive solutions are the following: 1. The deection angles of both joints must be equal (i.e., b1 = b2) Two arrangements are possible:

1a) Z-deection

1b) W- or M-deection

b1 b2 b2 b1

2. The two joints must have a kinematic angular relationship of 90 (p/2), (i.e., the yokes of the connecting shaft are in one plane).

For a more intensive study of universal shaft kinematics, please refer to the VDI-recommendation 2722 and to the relevant technical literature.

Operating angles
The most common arrangements are the Z- and W-deections. To begin, consider the system in which the shafts to be connected are in the same plane.

Z-arrangement

W-arrangement

b2 b1

b1

b2

Maximum permissible angle difference The condition b1 = b2 is one of the essential requirements for a uniform output speed condition

and cannot always be fullled. Therefore, designers and engineers will often ask for the permissible difference between the deection angles of both joints.

The deection angles for hightorque and high-speed machine drives should be equal. If not, the difference should be limited to 1 to 1,5.

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Technical instructions for application


Greater differences of about 3 to 5 are acceptable without disadvantages in low-speed applications. For applications with varying deection conditions, it is important to obtain uniformity, if possible over the complete deection range. Deection in two planes means that the deection is both horizontal and vertical. The combination of two identical types of deection (Z/Z or W/W) and identical deection angles ensure uniformity. For a combination of Z- and W-deection, the inner yokes must be offset. Please consult with Dana application engineers to determine the proper amount of angular offset. Determination of the maximum permissible operating deection angle Depending on the cardan shaft series, the maximum deection angle per joint is b = 5 to 44. Due to the kinematic conditions of the cardan joint, as described before, the deection angle must be limited in relation to the speed. Calculations and observations of many applications have shown that certain mass acceleration torques of the center part must not be exceeded in order to guarantee smooth running of the drive systems. This acceleration torque depends on the Product of speed and deection angle D = n . and the moment of inertia of the middle part of the shaft. The parameter D is proportional to the angular acceleration of the cardan shaft center part 2.

2 ~ D = n . b
n = Operating speed [rpm] b = Deection angle of joint [< ) ] 2 = Angular acceleration of cardan shaft center part The maximum permissible deection angle at a given speed and an average cardan shaft length can be determined from the following diagram. For an exact determination, contact Dana.

39

Technical instructions for application


Limits for the product of operating speed and deflection angle
687/688.15-20 687/688.25 687/688.30-35 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 Deection angle b 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 0 500 1.000 1.500 2.000 2.500 3.000 3.500 4.000 4.500 5.000 Speed n [rpm] 687/688.40 687/688.45 687/688.55 390.60 | 392.50 | 587.50-55-60 | 687/688.65 390.65-70-75-80 | 392.55-60-65-70

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Technical instructions for application


Speed
Checking the critical torsional speed The plant or vehicle manufacturer has to prevent the use of cardan shafts within the critical torsional speed ranges of the drive. Therefore, the determination of the critical torsional speed ranges of the drive system is required. The values for the moment of inertia and torsional stiffness of the selected cardan shaft can be taken from the data sheets or be supplied upon request. Checking the critical bending speed Except for short and rigid designs, cardan shafts are exible units with critical bending speeds and exural vibrations that have to be checked. To accomplish this, the rst and possibly second order critical bending speeds are important. For safety reasons, the maximum permissible operating speed must be at a sufcient distance from the critical bending speed. nperm. max. ~ _ 0,8 ncrit. [ rpm ] The critical bending speed for a particular shaft size is determined by the length and the tube diameter only (see diagram). For greater length dimensions, the tube diameter has to be increased. The diameter is limited because of the ratio to the shaft size. Therefore, single cardan shafts can only be provided up to a certain length. All installations exceeding this limit have to be equipped with subdivided drive lines. For determination of the critical bending speed, see the following selection diagrams. These diagrams only apply to cardan shafts that are installed with solid bearing supports located close to the ange. Different installations (e.g., units with elastic mounting bearing) must have lower critical bending speeds. Depending on the type of the plant, excitations of second order can cause exible vibrations. Please contact Dana engineers if the deection angle exceeds 3 and for greater length dimensions.

41

Technical instructions for application


Series 687/688 Determination of the critical bending speed depending on the respective operating length

687/688.15 - 63,5 x 2,4 687/688.20 - 76,2 x 2,4 687/688.25 - 89 x 2,4 687/688.30 - 90 x 3 687/688.35 - 100 x 3 687/688.40 - 100 x 4,5 687/688.40 - 120 x 3 687/688.45 - 120 x 4 687/688.55 - 120 x 6 687/688.45 - 110 x 5 687/688.65 - 142 x 6 Example: 687.15 63,5 x 2,4 Joint size 687.15 Tube outer diameter 63,5 mm Wall thickness 2,4 mm

6.000

5.500
M 2M

5.000

M LB

2M

Critical bending speed ncrit. [rpm]

4.500

4.000

3.500

3.000

2.500

2.000

1.500

1.000 1.000

1.500

2.000 Operating length LB [mm]

2.500

3.000

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Series 587/390/392 Determination of the critical bending speed depending on the respective operating length

587.50 - 144 x 7 587.55 - 168,8 x 7,3 587.60/392.50/390.60 - 167,7 x 9,8 392.55/390.65 - 218,2 x 8,7 392.60/390.70 - 219 x 13,3 392.65/390.75 - 273 x 11,6 392.70/390.80 - 273 x 19 Example: 390.60 167,7 x 9,8 Joint size 390.60 Tube outer diameter 167,7 mm Wall thickness 9,8 mm

6.000

5.500 M LB 2M

5.000

Critical bending speed ncrit. [rpm]

4.500

4.000 3.500

3.000

2.500

2.000

1.500

1.000 2.000

2.500

3.000

3.500

4.000

4.500

5.000

5.500

6.000

6.500

7.000

Operating length LB [mm]

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Length dimensions
The operating length of a cardan shaft is determined by: the distance between the driving and the driven units the length compensation during operation The following abbreviations are used: L z = Compressed length This is the shortest length of the shaft. A further compression is not possible. La = Length compensation The cardan shaft can be expanded by this amount. An expansion beyond that dimension is not permissible. L z + La = Maximum permissible operating length LBmax.

Lz

LB max = L z + L a

During operation, the cardan shaft can be expanded up to this length. The optimum working length LB of a cardan shaft is achieved if the length compensation is extracted by one-third of its length.

LB = L z + 1 L a 3

[mm]

This general rule applies to most of the arrangements. For applications where larger length alterations are expected, the operating

length should be chosen in such a way that the movement will be within the limit of the permissible length compensation.

Arrangements of cardan shafts A tandem arrangement of cardan shafts could become necessary to cope with greater installation lengths. Basic forms of shaft combinations:

Cardan shaft with intermediate shaft

Cardan shaft with two intermediate shafts

Two cardan shafts with double intermediate bearing

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In such arrangements, the individual yoke positions and deection angles should be adjusted with regard to one another in such a way that the degree of non-uniformity (see General theoretical instructions) and the reaction forces acting on the connection bearings (see Technical instructions for application) are minimized. 1. Frictional force FRL This is the force that occurs in the length compensation. It can be determined from: FRL = T rm

cos b

FRL = Frictional force from the length compensation [N] It depends on: T = Torque of the cardan shaft [Nm] rm = Pitch circle radius in the sliding parts of the cardan shaft [m] m = Friction coefcient (depends on spline treatment): 0,08 for plastic-coated splines 0,11 for steel/steel (greased) b = Operating deection angle 2. Power Fp This force occurs in the length compensation due to the increasing pressure in the lubrication grooves of the cardan shaft. The force depends on the lubrication pressure (maximum permissible pressure is 15 bar).

Load on bearings of the connected units


Axial forces For the design of a cardan shaft, it must be taken into account that axial forces can occur. These forces must be absorbed by axial thrust bearings of the connected units. Axial forces will occur during length variations in the cardan shaft. Additional axial forces are caused by increasing torque and by increasing pressure during lubrication of the splines. These forces will decrease automatically and can be accelerated by the installation of a relief valve. The axial force Ak is a combination of two components:

Danas environmental protection management policy An important feature of Danas environmental protection management policy is dedication to product responsibility. Because of this commitment, the effect of cardan shafts on the environment is given considerable attention. SPICER GWBTM cardan shafts are lubricated with lead-free grease, their paint nishes are low in solvents and free of heavy metals, and they are easy to maintain. After use, they can be introduced into the recycling process.

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Technical instructions for application


Calculation scheme of radial forces on connecting bearings Cardan shaft in Z-arrangement Position 0, ange yoke right-angled to drawing plane, Position p/2, ange yoke in drawing plane Cardan shaft in W-arrangement Position 0, ange yoke right-angled to drawing plane, Position p/2, ange yoke in drawing plane

L
T

b2 b1
T

b1

b2

a = 0

B1

F1

a = 0

B1

F1

a = 90
A2

A1

E1 F2

A1

E1 F2

a = 90
A2

B2

e E2 f

B2

E2

a = 0

A1 = T B1 = T F1 = T E1 = T

cosb1 b L a

(tanb1 - tanb2 )

a = 0

A1 = T B1 = T F1 = T E1 = T

cosb1 b L a

(tanb1 + tanb2 )

cosb1 ( a + b ) (tanb1 - tanb2 ) L a cosb1 e L f (tanb1 - tanb2 )

cosb1 ( a + b ) (tanb1 + tanb2 ) L a cosb1 e L f (tanb1 + tanb2 )

cosb1 ( e + f ) (tanb1 - tanb2 ) L f tanb1 a sinb 2 f cosb1

cosb1 ( e + f ) (tanb1 + tanb2 ) L f tanb1 a sinb2 f cosb1

a = p/2 = 90 A 2 = B2 = T
F2 = E2 = T

a = p/2 = 90 A 2 = B2 = T
F2 = E2 = T

Cardan shaft arrangement with equal deection angles and equal bearing distances

b1 = b2
a = f, b = e

Cardan shaft arrangement with equal deection angles and equal bearing distances

b1 = b2
a = f, b = e

a = 0 a = p/2 = 90

A1 = F1 = B1 = E1 = 0 A 2 = B2 = T tanb1 a tan b1 F2 = E2 = T a

a = 0

sinb1 b La sin b 1 (a + b) B1 = E1 = 2T La A1 = F1 = 2T See Z-arrangement a = p/2

a = p/2 = 90

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Balancing of cardan shafts
The balancing of cardan shafts is performed to equalize eccentrically running masses, therefore preventing vibrations and reducing the load on any connected equipment. Balancing is carried out in accordance with ISO Standard 1940, Balance quality of rotating rigid bodies. According to this standard, the permissible residual unbalance is dependent on the operating speed and mass of the balanced components. Danas experience has shown that balancing is not normally required for rotational speeds below 500 rpm. In individual cases, this range may be extended or reduced, depending on the overall drivetrain characteristics. Type of balancing machine (hard, rigid or soft suspension) Accuracy of the measuring system Cardan shafts are balanced in Mounting tolerances two planes, normally to a balan Joint bearing radial and cing accuracy between G16 axial play and G40. Angular backlash in longitu- Balancing speed dinal displacement direction The balancing speed is nor- Field analyses have shown that mally the maximum speed of the sum of these factors may the system or vehicle. result in inaccuracies of up to 100%. This observation has given Quality grade rise to the denition of the fol In dening a quality grade, it lowing balancing quality grades: is necessary to consider the Producer balancing: G16 reproducibility levels achiev- Customer verication tests: able in the customers own test G32 rig during verication testing. Quality grades are dependent on the following variables:

G 40

Car wheels, wheel rims, wheel sets, driveshafts Crankshaft/drives of elastically mounted, fast four-cycle Engines (gasoline or diesel) with six or more cylinders Crankshaft/drives of engines of cars, trucks, and locomotives

G 16

Driveshafts (propeller shafts, cardan shafts ) with special requirements Parts of crushing machines and agricultural machinery Individual components of engines (gasoline or diesel) for cars, trucks, and locomotives Crankshaft/drives of engines with six or more cylinders under special requirements

G 6,3

Parts of process plant machines Marine main turbine gears (merchant service) Fans, ywheels, centrifuge drums Paper machinery rolls, print rolls Assembled aircraft gas turbine rotors Pump impellers

G 2,5

Gas and steam turbines, including marine main turbines (merchant service) Rigid turbo-generator rotors Turbo-compressors, turbine-driven pumps Machine tool drives Computer memory drums and discs Extract from DIN ISO 1940/Part 1

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Selection of Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts


The design of cardan shafts must exclude all possible danger to people and material by secured calculation and test results, as well as other suitable steps (see Installation and Maintenance/Safety Instructions). The selection procedure described on these pages is only a general recommendation. Please consult Dana engineers for the nal design for your application. The selection of a cardan shaft should be based on the following conditions: 1. Specications of cardan shafts 2. Selection by bearing life 3. Operational dependability 4. Operating angles 5. Speed 6. Length dimensions 7. Load on bearings of the connected units

1. Specications of cardan shafts


TCS = Functional limit torque [Nm] Up to this maximum permissible torque, a load may be applied to a cardan shaft for a limited frequency without the working capability being affected by permanent deformation of any cardan shaft functional area. This does not result in any unpermissible effect on bearing life. Yield torque This torque level leads to irreversible plastic deformation of the cardan shaft which could result in a failure of the complete drive system. TDW = Reversing fatigue torque [Nm] At this torque, the cardan shaft is permanently solid at alternating loads. The values for cardan shafts of series 687/688 with welded balancing plates are lower. With a fatigue torque of this order, the transmission capacity of the ange connection must be checked.

TDSch = Pulsating fatigue torque [Nm] At this torque, the cardan shaft is permanently solid at pulsating loads. TDSch = 1,4 TDW LC = Bearing capacity factor The bearing capacity factor takes into consideration the dynamic service life Cdyn (see DIN/ISO 281) of the bearings and the joint geometry R. The LC values for the different shaft sizes are shown in the tables (see data sheets). When selecting cardan shafts, the bearing life and the operating strength must be considered separately. According to the load state, the reversing fatigue torque TDW or the pulsating fatigue torque TDSch must also be taken into consideration.

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Selection of Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts


2. Selection by bearing life
By bearing capacity factor LC The bearing life Lh of a cardan shaft depends on the bearing capacity factor and is based on the following formula: Lh = LC 1010 n b T 10/3 K1 Electric motor/turbine K1 = 1,00 Gasoline engine 4 cylinder and more K1 = 1,15 Diesel engine 4 cylinder and more K1 = 1,20 The values shown in the tables are general values. If a exible coupling is used, the shock factor is lower. Principally the data of the motor and/or coupling manufacturer must be observed. than 60 years of experience as a manufacturer of cardan shafts to provide an optimal selection. Calculations are based on the peak torque T and the maximum peak torque TSP that may occur. The peak torque is determined according to the type of operation and the torque characteristic. It should be lower than the corresponding torques TDSch and TDW. TN . K = T < TDSch or TDW

If the desired bearing life Lh is given, the joint size can be calculated by the bearing capacity factor LC. T 10/3 K1 LC = Lh n b 10 10 The LC values can be taken from the tables (see data sheets). LC = Bearing capacity factor n = Operating speed [rpm] b = Operating deection angle [< ) ] T = Operating torque [kNm] K1 = Shock factor If operating data are based on a duty cycle, a more precise durability can be calculated. Drives with internal combustion engines may cause torque peaks that must be considered by factor K1.

3. Operating dependability
The operating dependability can be determined if a certain duty cycle is given. The calculated service life of a cardan shaft under normal working conditions has to achieve or exceed the required service life. Duty cycles are often not available. In such cases, Dana engineers will make use of more

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Selection of Spicer GWBTM cardan shafts


Typical types of torques: Pulsating stress The maximum peak torque TSP is the extremely rarely occuring torque of the system (crash, emergency case). This maximum torque (TSP) should not exceed the functional limited torque TCS of the cardan shaft. Alternating stress T < TDW T TSP < TCS TSP = Maximum peak torque [Nm] TN = Nominal torque [Nm] TCS = Functional limit torque of the cardan shaft [Nm] (see data sheets)

T < TDSch T

Light shock load: K = 1,1 1,5 Driven machines Centrifugal pumps Generators (continuous load) Conveyors (continuous load) Small ventilators Machine tools Printing machines Medium shock load: K = 1,5 2 Driven machines Centrifugal pumps Generators (non-continuous load) Conveyors (non-continuous load) Medium ventilators Wood handling machines Small paper and textile machines Pumps (multi-cylinder) Compressors (multi-cylinder) Road and bar mills Locomotive primary drives

Heavy shock load: K = 2 3 Driven machines Mixers Bucket wheel reclaimers Bending machines Presses Rotary drilling rigs Locomotive secondary drives Continuous casters Crane drives Extra-heavy shock load: K = 3 5 Driven machines Continuous working roller tables Medium section mills Continuous slabbing and blooming mills Continuous heavy tube mills Reversing working roller tables Vibration conveyors Scale breakers Straightening machines Cold rolling mills Reeling drives Blooming stands Extreme shock load: K = 5 10 Driven machines Feed roller drives Wrapper roll drives Plate-shears Reversing slabbing and blooming mills

Service factor K
Heavy shock load: K = 2 3

The service factors shown in the following tables should be used as approximate values only.

Driven machines Large ventilators Marine transmissions Calender drives Transport roller tables Small pinch rolls Small tube mills Heavy paper and textile machines Compressors (single-cylinder)

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Pumps (single-cylinder)

Additional information and ordering instructions


Selection of cardan shafts The selection of a SPICER GWBTM cardan shaft ist determined not only by the maximum permissible torque of the shaft and the connections but also by a variety of other factors.
For the exact determination and selection of cardan shafts, see the Selection of Cardan Shafts pages in this brochure. Dana engineers can precisely calculate the correct size of the shaft and joint for your application with the use of computer programs created specically for this purpose. In order to best match your requirements, youll be asked to provide the following information: Installation length of the cardan shaft Maximum joint angle requirement Required length compen- sation Maximum rotation speed of the shaft Shaft end connection details Maximum torque to be transmitted Nominal torque to be transmitted Load occurrences Description of the equipment and working conditions vehicles must be based on the maximum torque that can be transmitted to the track (wheel slip or adhesion torque). Cardan shafts in crane travel drives The particular operating conditions for travel drives of cranes have been taken into consideration in the DIN-standard 15450. As a result, cardan shafts for these applications can be selected by using that standard. Cardan shafts in marine transmissions These cardan shafts are subject to acceptance and must correspond to the standards of the respective classication society. Cardan shafts for other forms of passenger c onveyance Cardan shafts used in amusement park equipment, ski lifts or similar lift systems, elevators, and rail vehicles must be in accordance with the standards and specications of the appropriate licensing and supervisory authorities. Cardan shafts in explosive environments (Atex-outline) For the use of cardan shafts in areas with danger of explosion, an EC-conformity certicate acc. to EC-outline 94/9/EG can be provided. The possible categories for the product cardan shaft are: a) in general: II 3 GDc T6 b) for cardan shafts with adapted features: II 2 GDc T6 The cardan shaft should not be used under the following operating conditions: Within the critical bending speed range of the drive Within the critical torsional speed range of the drive At operating angles which ex- ceed the specied maximum (refer to drawing conrmed with order) At dynamic and static opera- ting torques which exceed the specied limit (refer to drawing conrmed with order) At speed x deection angle (n x b) conditions which exceed the limit (refer to SPICER GWBTM catalogue) For usage time which exceeds the calculated bearing lifetime of the joint bearings

Specic applications
Cardan shafts in railway transmissions The selection of cardan shafts in the secondary system of railway

If youd like more information on SPICER GWBTM cardan shafts, or would like to discuss specic application requirements with an engineer, please call Dana at 0049(0)201-8124-0 or visit www.gwb-essen.de, www.dana.com.

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About Dana Holding Corporation


Dana Holding Corporation is a world leader in the supply of axles; driveshafts; and structural, sealing, and thermal-management products; as well as genuine service parts. The companys customer base includes virtually every major vehicle manufacturer in the global automotive, commercial vehicle, and off-highway markets.Based in Maumee, Ohio, USA, the company employs approximately 24.000 people in 26 countries and reported in 2009 sales of $5.2 billion. 2010 Dana Limited

About the Dana SPICER GWBTM Products


Dana produces SPICER GWBTM industrial cardan shafts and genuine service parts for the scrap, steel, construction, railway, marine, and paper industries. Manufacturing and assembly operations in Germany are supported by Danas global network of R&D and distribution facilities.

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APPLICATION POLICY Capacity ratings, features, and specifications vary depending upon the model and type of service. Application approvals must be obtained from Dana. We reserve the right to change or modify our product specifications, configurations, or dimensions at any time without notice.