Weld-On Hubs are available in 3 styles to suit the user’s preference for bushing mounting types. They are stocked for work with with:
All MasterDrive Weld-On Hubs are machined from metal.
Weld-On Hubs are commonly used in blend with plate type sprockets and conveyor pulleys to supply for more shaft engagement.
Are manufactured to accept Taper Lock Bushings. Two variations can be found. Type S and Type W. Type S offers a shorter size through the bore, and Type W a far more defined registration flange to assist with positioning and concentricity for welding.
Are manufactured to simply accept a QD style flanged bushing.
Accepts DST-Twice Split Taper design bushings.
These bushings are keyed to both shaft and hub. The external key provides positive drive with no torque on the cap screws. DST bushings allow for the highest torque carrying capability.
The nitro weld on hubs are bored to size hubs that can be utilised with weld on sprockets, pulleys or even custom applications. All of our hubs will be an “X series” hub, which means they’re compatible with any “x series” sprockets or pulleys. Sprocket X hubs can be found in finished bore, square bore, hex bore, idler and splined bore. Bore sizes range from 1/2″ ID up to 1-1/2″ ID. The Nitro weld on hubs are manufactured from 1045 CD (frosty drawn) steel and finished with a dark-colored oxide coating.
Weld-On Hubs are created from steel, drilled, tapped and taper bored to receive Tapered
Bushings. They are very beneficial for welding into pulleys, plate sprockets, impellers,
agitators and many other devices which must be firmly fastened to the shaft.
Weld-upon hubs are constructed with 1015-1025 steel, drilled, tapped and taperbored to receive the taper-lock bushing. They are useful for welding into fan rotors, pulleys, plate sprockets, etc., which must be firmly installed onto shafting. Four types of hubs can be found from stock.
Weld-in hubs are constructed with low carbon steel once and for all welding compatibility. They are useful for welding into admirer rotors, impellers, agitators, etc., which require secure mounting to the shaft. A typical type is available in addition to one that is specifically designed for use in the end disc of a conveyor pulley.
Type S Taper-lock – actually suitable for use in more compact sprockets, now suited to a great many other lighter-duty applications
Type W/WA Taper-lock – rugged, full-duration size for single-hub, heavy-duty applications
Type F – includes a bigger flange diameter that can be welded into standard metal tubing to fabricate conveyor pulleys or perhaps process rolls
Type K – smaller sized style, especially useful for two-hub construction, such as for example conveyor pulleys Taper-lock bushings
Both are constructed of steel materials with rugged, compact models to accommodate most bushings sizes.
Ever-Power is a trusted distributor of precision weld-on hubs. Weld-on hubs works extremely well for welding to create “B” or “C” design sprockets and for additional applications. Exceptional dimensional hubs are available per your specifications on a made-to-purchase basis.
Manufactured from Metal to provide a convenient means to secure enthusiast rotors. Steel pulleys, platewheel sprockets, impellers etc. to a shaft. The Shouldered external diameter allows for easy site. Taper bored to suit taper lock bush sizes 1210-5050.
Chain & Drives stock the complete selection of Weld-On Hubs to check our coupling, pulley and sprockets share in a nutshell reach and very long reach models. They may be applied in assisting the utilization of taper suit bushes to melt your tools to a powered shaft.
Taperfit or QD weld-on hubs will be for use in the fabrication of conveyor pulleys, plate sprockets, followers and impellers. Weld-on hubs are constructed with low carbon steel for good welding compatibility.
Weld-upon hubs are constructed with 1015-1025 steel, drilled, tapped and taperbored to receive the Taperfit bushing. They are of help for welding into fan rotors, pulleys, plate sprockets, and must be firmly mounted onto shafting. Four types of hubs are available.
Weld on hubs can be found in many different variations such as for example: stock bore, end bore, Q-bushed, taper-bushed, and BM-bushed. These hubs are made from bar steel and applied for welding to produce “B” style sprockets that include stock bore, finished bore, as well as varieties of bushed sprockets. Distinctive hub dimensions can be found per your specs on a made-to-buy basis.