High Tensile Strength
One of the key features of a shaft is its high tensile strength. Shafts are designed to withstand high rotational forces and the associated stress. This resistance to breaking under tension is vital for the reliable operation of machinery. High tensile strength also contributes to the shaft’s durability, allowing it to function effectively even under high load conditions over extended periods.
Precision engineering is another defining feature of a shaft. Precision is crucial to ensure the correct fit into the machinery and for efficient power transmission. This involves maintaining accurate dimensions, alignment, and balance in the shaft’s design. Precision engineering also extends to the surface finish of the shaft, which is crucial for minimizing friction and subsequent wear and tear.