AISCO specializes in modeling heavy load drivelines.
Our modeling heavy load drivelines staff has multiple degreed engineers with 20+ year's experience in the cardan shaft market.
Printouts of your modeling heavy load drivelines can be done in seconds and include a representative drawing of the proposed drive shaft with critical dimensions and mass properties so you can verify that the drive shaft will meet your application requirements.
AISCO can provide universal joints in dimeters from 1 inch to upwards of 60 inches.
In addition to modeling heavy load drivelines, we can provide custom telescopic or fixed length universal joints, gear couplings, disc couplings, elastomeric couplings, companion flanges, joint sizing, drive shafts, drivelines and more.
Our modeling heavy load drivelines serves the metal recycling, metal processing, manufacturing and industrial, military, oil & gas, marine, off-highway, and other industries.
Our modeling heavy load drivelines are designed for long life at moderate torque levels through they are capable of withstanding high momentary torques such as those encountered in starting a load or a vehicle moving. They tend to be the most economical solution for applications where minimum swing diameters are not a requirement.
Common modeling heavy load drivelines usage is for over the road vehicles, industrial and off highway applications.
AISCO's modeling heavy load drivelines personnel are trained in assembling and fabricating all brands and sizes of driveshafts. Skilled assembly personnel have the knowledge to build a new application or to service an existing driveline that is due for a major overhaul. Balancing equipment can dynamically balance each shaft assembly to a 6000 rpm operating speed, thereby providing a true functional balance in place of an interpolated value. Welding is completed by AWS (American Welding Society) accredited personnel utilizing the latest factory specified processes.
We offer full service shop modeling heavy load drivelines capabilities for any necessary repairs or emergency replacement requirements.
Among the most common causes of U-joint and slip failure is the lack of proper lubrication. We offer maintenance programs to ensure the longevity of your modeling heavy load drivelines as well as help reduce down time.
Contact us for your modeling heavy load drivelines now.