Mountings

for chain lubrication pinions & lubrication gears

Spring steel sheets

Spring steel sheets allow the chain lubrication pinions to be installed quickly and easily. A light preload ensures the continuous supply of lubricant. A further advantage of this type of installation is that the whole assembly can flexibly yield to fluctuations and vibrations. The spring steel sheet is available in both short and long versions and can be combined with an angled axle.

Short spring steel

Material
Steel
Art. no.
LAT-FB-1
3D drawing

Long spring steel

Material
Steel
Art. no.
LAT-FB-2
3D drawing

Exemplary illustrations. Chain lubrication pinion not contained in the scope of delivery.

Tensioning elements

The tensioning element enables the setting of an optimum contact pressure. In addition, the sturdy construction ensures stability and so increases work safety during operation. The tensioning element can only be used with the straight axles (deflection max. 50mm, clamping force 350 N).

M10

Tensioning element

for axle
M10
Material
Steel
Art. no.
LAT-SP-10
2D drawing

M16

Tensioning element

for axle
M16
Material
Steel
Art. no.
LAT-SP-16
3D drawing

Exemplary illustrations.

Flexible brackets

The flexible, springy bracket is a simple installation option for chain lubrication pinions or lubrication gears. Thanks to the springbuilt into the joint, the contact pressure can be individually adjusted, and at the same time the bracket can also cushion countermovements.

Depending upon the size of the axle used, the holes in the flexible bracket are either size M10 or M16. The bracket is available with the flexible joint on either the right or left side.

M10

Flexible bracket left

for axle
M10
Material
Steel
Art. no.
LAT-FL-WI-L-10

M10

Flexible bracket right

for axle
M10
Material
Steel
Art. no.
LAT-FL-WI-R-10

M16

Flexible bracket left

for axle
M16
Material
Steel
Art. no.
LAT-FL-WI-L-16

M16

Flexible bracket right

for axle
M16
Material
Steel
Art. no.
LAT-FL-WI-R-16

Exemplary illustrations.