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High-temperature collars and couplings from Stafford Manufacturing

Stafford Manufacturing has introduced a line of shaft collars and couplings designed for use in conveyors, furnaces, ovens, oil and gas, and other process environments with temperatures up to 1,650°F.

Stafford high-temperature shaft collars are offered in one-piece, two-piece, hinged, and flanged designs and the rigid clamp-type couplings come in a wide range of configurations including one-, two- and three-piece, stepped bore, and dual-keyed styles for unsupported shafts. They can be machined from Type 330 stainless steel for applications up to 1,650°F, Inconel, Hastelloy C-276, and other customer-specified alloys.

Suitable for a wide range of applications in high-heat environments, the shaft collars are offered with bore sizes from 1/2" up to 4" ID and can be modified with special hexagonal, square, or threaded bores and mounting holes on the face or OD applications include drive systems, agitation equipment, and structural components.

Stafford high-temperature shaft collars are priced according to material, configuration, and quantity.