Rubber couplings are a type of flexible couplings that consist of two elements: an outer and an inner disc connected to each other by rubber inserts.
Rubber inserts act as a vibration-damping element and enable the transfer of torque from one element to another.
The main advantage of rubber couplings is their flexibility, which increases the durability of the system by reducing vibrations. This reduces wear on mechanical components and increases their lifespan. Additionally, rubber couplings are relatively quiet and easy to handle.
Rubber couplings are widely used in various industrial applications such as industrial machinery, pumps, fans, compressors, conveyor belts, winches, and many others.