Address

Aegis Rubber Engineering

Unit 14-15 Bolney Grange Business Park

Stairbridge Lane

Haywards Heath

West Sussex RH17 5PB

Telephone

+44 (0) 1444 871116

+44 (0) 1444 244720

Email

info@aegisrubberengineering.co.uk

Datasheet Library

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Please find below all datasheets currently available. If you require further information please contact us.

 

Bushes (Flexible Bearings)

  • The fully bonded bush consists of rubber bonded between two concentric steel sleeves. The bush is designed to accommodate small torsion, conical and axial movements and endure radial loads.
  • Duplex bushes are similar to standard bushes, but are reinforced with an intermediate tube. This bush configuration provides high radial load bearing whilst retaining low axial and torsional stiffness rates.
  • Inner sleeve bushes consist of rubber bonded to the inner sleeve and are designed to accommodate small torsion, conical and axial movements and endure radial loads.
  • A semi-bonded bush consists of rubber sandwiched between two concentric steel sleeves. The rubber is bonded to the inner sleeve and interference fitted to the outer sleeve. The semi-bonded bush is designed to accommodate small torsion, conical and axial movements and endure radial loads.
  • These bushes consist of a contoured inner and outer metal forming a ball-joint, articulated by a thin annulus of rubber. They are designed to accommodate high radial and axial loads and allow conical and torsional displacement and misalignments.
  • The spring-eye bush consists of rubber bonded to an inner tube and force-fitted into an outer sleeve. The spring-eye bush is similar to the semi-bonded bush series, although the outer metals are turned over to increase radial and axial load bearing capability.
 

Couplings

 

Mounts and buffers

  • Both stud type mountings and rectangular bump stops are available.
  • Designed to accommodate torsional, conical and radial movements,
  • Designed principally to endure axial loads and accommodate torsional, conical and radial movements.
  • Sandwich mounts are used for a great many applications. They are designed to accommodate misalignment and provide vibration and shock isolation for shear and compressive axial loads.


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