"With our ear to the market, we are constantly developing our products and services."

"A brilliant product idea and the creativity and pioneering spirit of our founders still drive us today, and shape our thoughts an deeds."

"With our ear to the market, we are constantly developing our products and services."

"A brilliant product idea and the creativity and pioneering spirit of our founders still drive us today, and shape our thoughts an deeds."

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Dock buffer for ramps | RAMPEX-PRO

Due to its unique design, the SGF dock buffer RAMPEX-PRO is perfectly suited for loading ramps with high loading frequency.

Thanks to its elastic contruction, trucks are docking softer to the loading ramps. This protects the trucks as well as the building structure.

During loading the goods onto the truck, the trailer moves up and down. The SGF dock buffer follows this movement vertically up to ± 50 mm, which avoids damage to the truck buffers. In case of bigger movements, the trailer slides easily along the steel plate.

The patented lamella construction between steel plates allows a significantly longer service life compared to conventional rubber buffers.

 

Dock buffer for ramps: RAMPEX-PRO

Flexible drive shaft | SGFlex-3FD-CONNECT

The flexible SGFlex-3FD-CONNECT driveshaft is suitable for large displacements and misalignments. The unique centering system allows the installation of the SGFlex couplings without moving parts of the machinery.

SGFlex-3FD-CONNECT

SGFlex-LC Link coupling

SGFlex-LC Link coupling

The new SGFlex-LC coupling system covers the torque range between our SGFlex-3F and TENBEX-ECO coupling systems. The SGFlex link assemblies inside the coupling work with seperate link elements which are made of vulcanised-in cord inlays with Tenpu® fiber technology. The single link elements are mounted to a robust and highly durable link assembly in order to ensure a reliable torque transmission. The flex coupling system SGFlex-LC is a torsional flexible, non-shiftable coupling. It is used to compensate radial, axial or angular displacements of rotating components, to dampen vibrations in the drive train and to minimise torque peaks.