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  • MS 100 is recommended for medium to high torque applications

  • Non-self-centering

  • No axial displacement of the hubs

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  • MS 200 is Self-Centering

  • The hub may slightly have an axial movement towards the shaft.

  • Recommended for medium to high torque range.

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  • MS 206 sutiable for medium to high torque loads.

  • No axial movement towards the shaft.

  • It is also economically advantageous

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  • MS 400 suitable for high torques and applications that requires, high transmission values

  • The pressure is evenly distributed

  • MS 400 has great capacity to withstand the bending movements.

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  • MS 700 - the discs are spaced apart to enable connection for more than one shaft.

  • It is usually positioned on 2 opposing shaft ends.

  • Self-Centering with good concentricity

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  • MS 105 is mainly for medium torque applications like small servo motors and small pulleys.

  • MS 105 is Compact in design..

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  • MS 201 is Self-Centering

  • Does not have axial movement towards the shaft.

  • Recommended for medium to high torque range.

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  • MS 225 is very similar to MS 206.

  • There are various bore diameters available for one/same diameter of the external ring.

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  • MS 603 is used for average to high torque loads

  • Self centering

  • Provides good concentricity

  • No axial displacement

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  • Suitable for small dimensions and medium-low torque applications

  • High torque can be transmitted by arranging up to 4 units.

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  • MS 203 has good concentricity. It is self-centering.

  • Any application which requires an accurate axial positioning, this Locking assembly cannot be used.

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  • MS 250 Due to its design, it is suitable for applications that have small hub

  • It has low surface pressure.

  • Self-Centering & no axial Displacement

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  • MS 620  is a Two-part external clamping set.

  • A radial force creates a friction fit between the shaft and hollow shaft; resulting in parallel transmission of torque and axial force

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