SS 2012 Stainless Steel Taper Lock Bushing

Taper locking bushing with stainless steel hub for industrial applications. They feature detailed locking sections, stainless steel construction and precise dimensions. You can also contact the manufacturer if you need a custom size for your bushing. This bushing has precise dimensions to lock and hold tight even in extreme temperatures.
Stainless steel
If you are looking for the market for tapered lock bushings for industrial applications, you are in the right place. Made of stainless steel, these bushings are a reliable choice for heavy-duty industrial applications. They lock easily and maintain a seal even in extreme temperatures. The following information will help you choose the sleeve that suits your needs. Then, use the tools below to determine how much wear they can take.
Taper lock bushings are used to mount sprockets and pulleys on the shaft. The outer taper of these stainless steel bushings matches the diameter of the shaft to maintain a tight clamping force. Taper lock bushings are available in the most common bore sizes and are ideal for a variety of applications. They are available in a variety of popular bore sizes and are designed to be corrosion resistant.

Dimensions of 2012 stainless steel taper lock bushing

  • Bushing Size: SS-2012
  • Bore Size: 1″、1-1/16″、1-1/8″、1/2″、9/16″、5/8″、11/16″、13/16‘、3/4″、7/8″、15/16″、10mm、11mm、12mm、14mm、16mm、18mm、19mm、20mm、22mm、24mm、25mm、28mm
  • Dimension (A): 2-3/4″
  • Dimension (B): 1-1/4″
  • Dimension (D): 2-5/8″
  • Bushing Weight: 1.4 LBS


Stainless steel or corrosion-resistant tapered locking bushings are available for mounting pulleys and sprockets on the shaft. They provide precise axial centering and are ideal for food-grade applications. Stainless steel bushings are manufactured to close tolerances and are available in a variety of popular bore diameters. Corrosion-resistant tapered locking bushings offer many advantages over traditional steel bushings.
The material used for the stainless steel tapered lock bushing is very durable and has a high strength-to-weight ratio. They are also resistant to corrosion, making them an excellent choice for applications involving high levels of equipment performance. Stainless steel tapered locking bushings are made in the USA. They are also available in a variety of sizes, from 1108 to 2012 holes.

for mounting pulleys

A common device used to install pulleys is a keyed tapered bushing. Bushings are usually made of steel or grey cast iron, but can also be made of sintered steel. The keyed design of the bushing prevents fretting corrosion. Bushings must be used with the correct shaft diameter and outside diameter to avoid installation torque issues.
Keyed and keyless bushings can leak lubricant. Keyless bushings use the tapered wedge principle to convert the clamping action between the inner and outer rings into radial pressure, securing the device to the shaft and pulley. Because they are designed for high torque, these bushings are more expensive than keyed bushings. For these reasons, stainless steel tapered lock bushings are recommended when installing pulleys and shafts.


Conical locking hubs are used to mount pulleys and other transmission elements to the shaft. They are split flangeless with screws that lock the bushing to the shaft. These bushings maintain a small load center while providing excellent clamping force. Additionally, they stabilize overhanging loads. These hubs feature evenly spaced mounting and dismounting holes, making them an excellent choice for high torque applications.
These bushings come in a variety of sizes and are commonly used to secure transmission products to shafts. Standard cone locks are only available in cast iron, but you can use stainless steel. Tapered Lock Bushings with Stainless Steel Pulleys are ideal for food processing environments.

sprocket hub

To prevent items from penetrating the hub, sprocket hubs with tapered locking bushings are the best choice. These parts are available in several different sizes and are drilled, tapped, and tapped to fit the bushing. These are useful for impellers, pulleys, and fan rotors. W-hubs are especially useful for smaller applications.
To install the bushing, you must first remove the existing hub and remove the screws. The screws should match the half holes on the new bushing. Screw sizes are listed on the side of the bushing. Once the screws are in place, loosen the bushings by tapping them into the hub. After loosening the assembly, slide the bushing onto the shaft.

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