Keyless Locking Devices (KLDs) are mechanical bushings used to connect power transmission components onto rotating shafts. Without the use of keyways, KLDs eliminate the problems associated with backlash including fretting, corroding, and wallowing. KLDs work with straight bores and generous tolerances, reducing component machining and complexity costs. In addition, KLDs are installed and removed using simple hand tools; no heat or high forces are required.

Climax Keyless Locking Devices include, keyless locking assemblies, keyless rigid couplings, shrink discs, and single nut locking assemblies.

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