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A tapered bushing, also acknowledged as a tapered lock bushing, is a tapered, non-flanged, split bushing whose tapered sleeve is both screwed or tightened with a socket head cap screw and squeezed onto the shaft so that It is mounted on the shaft. Protects a extensive assortment of pulleys, sprockets, flanged hubs, and couplings. These bushings are used in pulleys and sprockets to enhance clamping force, even though common bore goods lock on to the shaft only with a keyway and set screw. All bushings provided by EP are separately created of large-high quality content and boxed grub screws.
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