Flexible Gear Couplings


BZ1 flexible gear coupling

1,300 – 348,000NM

  • High Power Density


BZA flexible gear coupling

1,900 – 2,080,000NM

  • for spanning larger distances between shaft ends
  • Hubs with keyway mounting or high precision cylindrical bore for interference fitting.
  • Optional DIN 916 set screw for locking down onto shaft key.
  • high power density
  • economically priced
  • low maintenance due to special crowned tooth design
  • very low backlash and highly rigid torque transmission
  • long life
  • Coupling from high strength steel
  • Hub with keyway connection or cylindrical bore for shink disc.
  • Optional set screw for keyway DIN 916.
  • Customer specified intermediate length also available.



As the market leader in the field of metal bellows couplings R+W is continuously adding to its wide range of variants and can offer metal bellows couplings for widely differing applications in a variety of designs and sizes.

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