Shaft Collars From Stafford Manufacturing Protect Expensive Shafts

WILMINGTON, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Jul 19, 2011 -- Stafford Manufacturing Corp. manufactures and markets a full line of clamp-type shaft collars that feature a smooth bore to prevent gouging expensive shafts or the crushing of tubing.

Stafford Clamp-Type Shaft Collars feature a smooth bore to evenly distribute holding power and provide a sure grip without gouging expensive shafts or crushing tubing. Unlike set-screw collars, these non-marring split collars will not dig into the surface of a shaft when tightened.

Ideal for use with polished stainless steel shafts and thin-walled tubing or acrylic tubing, Stafford Clamp-Type Shaft Collars come in one- and two-piece styles made from aluminum, steel, plated steel, and stainless steel. Standard sizes range from 1/8" to 6" (3mm to 75mm) I.D.

Stafford Clamp -Type Shaft Collars are priced according to material, size, and quantity. A catalog and price list are available upon request.

About Stafford Manufacturing

Founded in 1975, Stafford Manufacturing Corp. is a leading manufacturer of shaft collars, couplings, and specialized mechanical drive and structural components. In fact, the company well recognized as a single source for all types of mechanical components including metric shaft collars and couplings. Their "Standard Series" features over 300 popular items which are in stock for immediate delivery, their "Signature Series" features premium quality collars and rigid shaft couplings manufactured in the USA, and their "Solution Series" with over 500 problem-solving components is a virtual mechanical design center for anyone involved in product and system development.

In addition to their over 3,300 catalog parts, Stafford Manufacturing designs and manufactures problem-solving parts for leading OEMs, contract manufacturers, and numerous industrial distributors. Their well-engineered design solutions can be found in all types of equipment including conveyors, packaging machinery, processing equipment, recreational products, medical instruments, and consumer goods.

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Stafford Manufacturing Corporation
Jim Swiezynski
Technical Director
P.O. Box 277
North Reading, MA 01864-0277
(800) 695-5551 
FAX (978) 657-4731
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