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ANSI/AGMA 9112- A04

AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD

Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings


(Metric Series)
ANSI/AGMA 9112- A04
Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Metric Series)
American ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04
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ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04, Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Metric Series), pub-
lished by the American Gear Manufacturers Association, 500 Montgomery Street, Suite
350, Alexandria, Virginia 22314, http://www.agma.org.]
Approved May 5, 2005
ABSTRACT
This standard describes sizes and tolerances for straight and tapered bores and the associated keys and key-
ways, as furnished in flexible couplings. The data in the standard considers commercially standard coupling
bores and keyways, not special coupling bores and keyways that may require special tolerances.
Published by
American Gear Manufacturers Association
500 Montgomery Street, Suite 350, Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Copyright 2005 by American Gear Manufacturers Association
All rights reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form, in an electronic
retrieval system or otherwise, without prior written permission of the publisher.
Printed in the United States of America
ISBN: 1--55589--842--4

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Contents
Page
Foreword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv
1 Scope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2 Normative references . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
3 Symbols and definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
4 Straight (finished) bored hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
5 Tapered bore hubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
6 Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
7 Hub keyways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Bibliography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Annexes
A Straight bore inspection methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
B Tapered bore inspection procedure and plug gauge accuracy
requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
C Recommended design practice for conical shafts used with flexible
couplings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
D Keyway measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
E Other bore/shaft tolerance combinations found in industry and the
resulting fits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Figures
1 Tapered bore requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2 Tapered bore drawing dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3 Types of keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
4 Keyway dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
5 Keyway offset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
6 Keyway lead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
7 Keyway parallelism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
8 Multiple keyway index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Tables
1 Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2 Recommended bores for metric shafts from ISO/R775:1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
3 Key sizes for cylindrical shafts from ISO R773:1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
4 Key dimensions from ISO R773:1969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
5 Recommended hub keyway dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
6 Hub keyway/key fits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
7 Maximum keyway lead values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
8 Multiple keyway index tolerances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

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Foreword
[The foreword, footnotes and annexes, if any, in this document are provided for
informational purposes only and are not to be construed as a part of ANSI/AGMA
9112--A04, Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Metric Series).]
This standard incorporates information from the following International Organization for
Standardization (ISO) and American National standards Institute (ANSI) standards:
-- ISO 286--1, ISO System of limits and fits -- Bases of tolerances, deviations and fits
-- ISO 286--2, ISO System of limits and fits -- Tables of standard tolerance grades and
limit deviations for holes and shafts
-- ISO R773 (withdrawn 1998), Rectangular or Square Parallel Keys and their
Corresponding Keyways
-- ISO R775 (withdrawn 1998), Cylindrical and 1/10 Conical Shaft Ends
-- ANSI/AGMA 9002--B04, Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Inch Series)
The intent of this document is to offer designers and users of flexible couplings preferred
dimensions, tolerances and fits for metric bores and keyways.
This standard incorporates a small portion of the numerous variations of shaft/bore fits.
These fits and tolerances have been determined to be the preferred fits and tolerances that
most closely relate to the bore and keyway fit classes from ANSI/AGMA 9002--A86. A study
of the existing metric standards indicated that the many possible combinations of shaft/bore
fits would be impractical to adopt as an all encompassing standard. Therefore, this
standard does not intend to replace any existing metric standards, but to define what is
preferred.
The first draft of ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04 was made in May, 2001. It was approved by the
AGMA membership in October 23, 2004. It was approved as an American National
Standard on May 5, 2005.
Suggestions for improvement of this standard will be welcome. They should be sent to the
American Gear Manufacturers Association, 500 Montgomery Street, Suite 350, Alexandria,
Virginia 22314.

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PERSONNEL of the AGMA Flexible Couplings Committee

Chairman: Glenn Pokrandt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Falk Corporation


Vice Chairman: Jim Paluh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ameridrives Coupling

ACTIVE MEMBERS

T. Hewitt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lord Corporation


D. Hindman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Falk Corporation
D. Lyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ameridrives Coupling
H.A. Lynn, III . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Falk Corporation
J.W. Mahan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lovejoy, Inc.
J.R. Mancuso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kop--Flex/Emerson Power Transmission
T. Schatzka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rexnord Industries, Inc.
J. Sherred . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ameridrives Coupling
R.G. Thompson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . System Components, Inc.
R. Whitney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Riverhawk Company

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

L.E. Baer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TB Woods Inc.


T. Cain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Riverhawk Company
T.A. Geiger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Falk Corporation
K.R. Gray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Metal Improvement Company
D. Lindsay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EPT Gearing
J. Mayhan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Xtek, Inc.
M.A. ONeil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Riverhawk Company
E.I. Rivin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wayne State University

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American National Standard -- 1.2 Excluded area


This standard does not apply to couplings attached
to shafts without keys (see ANSI/AGMA 9003--A91),
Bores and Keyways for shafts and bores with tapered keys, inch bores with
metric keyways, metric bores with inch keyways,
Flexible Couplings inch bores with inch keyways, or shaft keyseat
tolerances. See ANSI/AGMA 9002--B04 for inch
bores with inch keyways.
(Metric Series)
2 Normative references

The following standards contain provisions which,


1 Scope through reference in this text, constitute provisions of
this American National Standard. At the time of
publication, the editions indicated were valid. All
This standard presents metric dimensions, toler- standards are subject to revision, and parties to
ances, sizes and fits for straight bores, tapered agreements based on the American National Stan-
bores, keys and keyways for unmounted industrial dard are encouraged to investigate the possibility of
flexible couplings. The keys and keyways followed applying the most recent editions of the standards
the recommendations of ISO R773:1969 and shaft listed.
tolerances followed ISO R775:1969. Shaft keyseat ANSI/AGMA 9009--D02, Flexible Couplings --
dimensions and tolerances were given in ISO Nomenclature for Flexible Couplings
R773:1969. This specification includes index toler-
ances for multiple keyways.
3 Symbols and definitions
Inspection methods for straight and tapered bores
and keyways are included in the annexes. The
annexes also include the recommended design 3.1 Symbols
practice for tapered shafts for use with flexible The symbols used in this standard are shown in
couplings. table 1.
1.1 Application area NOTE: The symbols and terms contained in this
document may vary from those used in other AGMA
This standard is applicable to couplings as defined in standards. Users of this standard should assure them-
ANSI/AGMA 9009--D02, Nomenclature for Flexible selves that they are using these symbols and terms in
Couplings, with metric bores and keyways. the manner indicated herein.
Table 1 -- Symbols
Symbol Description Units First used
b Key width mm Table 3
Db Large end diameter of hub bore mm Figure 1
Dg Gauge line diameter of hub bore mm Figure 2
Dse Small end diameter of hub bore mm 5.3
d Cylindrical shaft diameter mm Table 3
h Key height mm Table 3
Ikw Multiple keyway index tolerance mm 7.3.7
Lkw Maximum keyway lead mm 7.3.5
l Axial length of the tapered feature mm 5.3
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Table 1 (concluded)
Symbol Description Units First used
N Keyway offset tolerance mm 7.3.4
r Keyway or keyseat fillet radius mm Figure 4
s Key chamfer mm Table 4
t1 Nominal shaft keyseat depth from top of nominal shaft at centerline mm Figure 4
t2 Nominal hub keyway depth from top of nominal bore at centerline mm Figure 4
Included angle degrees 5.3

4 Straight (finished) bored hubs Transitional fits result when H7 bore tolerances are
used in conjunction with the shaft tolerances from
4.1 Standard bores ISO R775:1969.

Standard finished bore sizes and preferred toler- 4.1.2.3 Interference fits
ances are shown in table 2. Keyway tolerances are
in accordance with clause 7. Interference fits are normally used to:
NOTE: A bore size shown in table 2 may or may not be -- maintain positive axial location of the hub(s) on
a stock bore size for each coupling manufacturer. the shaft(s) during operation;
4.1.1 Shaft--to--hub fit
-- preserve the inherent balance quality of the cou-
Shaft--to--hub fit is the responsibility of the purchas- pling;
er. Table 2 shows the resulting fits of the preferred
-- minimize fretting of the shaft and bore.
shaft/bore combinations.
4.1.2 Standard shaft--to--hub fits Nominal interference fit rate is 0.0005 mm/mm of
diameter. Some applications may require greater
This standard covers three classes of fits, clearance, interference fit. The coupling purchaser shall advise
transitional and interference as shown in table 2. the coupling manufacturer when a heavier interfer-
Additional combinations of shaft/bore tolerancing ence fit is required. Heavier fits can influence the
and resulting fits, found in various specifications, are coupling design and materials selected.
given in annex E. Use of the annex E combinations
(or others) shall be approved by the coupling 4.1.3 Unspecified hub--to--shaft fits
manufacturer. The type of shaft--to--hub fit selected
is dependent on the type of coupling and service in When the purchaser does not specify the hub--to--
which the coupling will be used. If a particular type of shaft fit required, the coupling manufacturer will bore
fit is desired, it shall be specified by the purchaser of the coupling to their standard tolerance in accor-
the coupling. dance with one of the fits given in table 2. The
purchaser is responsible for the resulting fit.
4.1.2.1 Clearance fits
Clearance fits are normally used to facilitate assem- 4.2 Non--standard bores
bly and disassembly of coupling hub(s). Factors to
Non--standard bores are produced to dimensions
be considered when using clearance fits include:
and tolerances which are outside this standard.
-- axial positioning and securing of coupling hub(s)
during operation; 4.3 Set screws
-- when couplings are used for axial location of con- Set screws, when furnished for use with keys, shall
nected equipment (limited end float); be in accordance with each coupling manufacturers
-- the effect of hub--to--shaft clearance on coupling standard, unless otherwise specified by the
balance and coupling life; purchaser.
-- fretting of shaft and hub bore. 4.4 Bore surface finish
4.1.2.2 Transitional fits
Machine finished bores shall have a surface finish
Transitional fits result in the possibility of a clearance normally in the range of 1.6 to 3.2 Ra micrometers.
or interference fit as a result of the tolerances of both For finishes better than 3.2 Ra micrometers, addi-
shaft and hub bore. The average fit is size on size. tional processes may be necessary.

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Table 2 -- Recommended bores for metric shafts from ISO/R775:1969, mm


Nominal Shaft diameter Clearance fit Transitional fit Interference fit
diameter
di t Hub bore Fit 1) Hub bore Fit 1) Hub bore Fit 1)
-- -- j6 F7 0.008 H7 --0.008 M6 --0.023
0.008 / --0.003 0.016 / 0.034 0.037 0.000 / 0.018 0.021 --0.015 / --0.004 --0.001
12 12.008 / 11.997 12.016 / 12.034 12.000 / 12.018 11.985 / 11.996
14 14.008 / 13.997 14.016 / 14.034 14.000 / 14.018 13.985 / 13.996
16 16.008 / 15.997 16.016 / 16.034 16.000 / 16.018 15.985 / 15.996
18 18.008 / 17.997 18.016 / 18.034 18.000 / 18.018 17.985 / 17.996
>18 j6 F7 0.011 H7 --0.009 M6 --0.026
0.009 / --0.004 0.020 / 0.041 0.045 0.000 / 0.021 0.025 --0.017 / --0.004 0.000
19 19.009 / 18.996 19.020 / 19.041 19.000 / 19.021 18.983 / 18.996
20 20.009 / 19.996 20.020 / 20.041 20.000 / 20.021 19.983 / 19.996
22 22.009 / 21.996 22.020 / 22.041 22.000 / 22.021 21.983 / 21.996
24 24.009 / 23.996 24.020 / 24.041 24.000 / 24.021 23.983 / 23.996

25 25.009 / 24.996 25.020 / 25.041 25.000 / 25.021 24.983 / 24.996


28 28.009 / 27.996 28.020 / 28.041 28.000 / 28.021 27.983 / 27.996
30 30.009 / 29.996 30.020 / 30.041 30.000 / 30.021 29.983 / 29.996
>30 k6 F7 0.007 H7 --0.018 K6 --0.031
0.018 / 0.002 0.025 / 0.050 0.048 0.000 / 0.025 0.023 --0.013 / 0.003 0.001
32 32.018 / 32.002 32.025 / 32.050 32.000 / 32.025 31.987 / 32.003
35 35.018 / 35.002 35.025 / 35.050 35.000 / 35.025 34.987 / 35.003
38 38.018 / 38.002 38.025 / 38.050 38.000 / 38.025 37.987 / 38.003
40 40.018 / 40.002 40.025 / 40.050 40.000 / 40.025 39.987 / 40.003

42 42.018 / 42.002 42.025 / 42.050 42.000 / 42.025 41.987 / 42.003


45 45.018 / 45.002 45.025 / 45.050 45.000 / 45.025 44.987 / 45.003
48 48.018 / 48.002 48.025 / 48.050 48.000 / 48.025 47.987 / 48.003
50 50.018 / 50.002 50.025 / 50.050 50.000 / 50.025 49.987 / 50.003
>50 m6 F7 0.000 H7 --0.030 K7 --0.051
0.030 / 0.011 0.030 / 0.060 0.049 0.000 / 0.030 0.019 --0.021 / 0.009 --0.002
55 55.030 / 55.011 55.030 / 55.060 55.000 / 55.030 54.979 / 55.009
56 56.030 / 56.011 56.030 / 56.060 56.000 / 56.030 55.979 / 56.009
60 60.030 / 60.011 60.030 / 60.060 60.000 / 60.030 59.979 / 60.009
63 63.030 / 63.011 63.030 / 63.060 63.000 / 63.030 62.979 / 63.009

65 65.030 / 65.011 65.030 / 65.060 65.000 / 65.030 64.979 / 65.009


70 70.030 / 70.011 70.030 / 70.060 70.000 / 70.030 69.979 / 70.009
71 71.030 / 71.011 71.030 / 71.060 71.000 / 71.030 70.979 / 71.009
75 75.030 / 75.011 75.030 / 75.060 75.000 / 75.030 74.979 / 75.009
80 80.030 / 80.011 80.030 / 80.060 80.000 / 80.030 79.979 / 80.009
>80 m6 F7 0.001 H7 --0.035 M7 --0.070
0.035 / 0.013 0.036 / 0.071 0.058 0.000 / 0.035 0.022 --0.035 / 0.000 --0.013
85 85.035 / 85.013 85.036 / 85.071 85.000 / 85.035 84.965 / 85.000
90 90.035 / 90.013 90.036 / 90.071 90.000 / 90.035 89.965 / 90.000
95 95.035 / 95.013 95.036 / 95.071 95.000 / 95.035 94.965 / 95.000
100 100.035 / 100.013 100.036 / 100.071 100.000 / 100.035 99.965 / 100.000
>100 m6 F7 H7 P7 --0.094
0.035 / 0.013 0.036 / 0.071 0.000 / 0.035 --0.059 / --0.024 --0.037
110 110.035 / 110.013 110.036 / 110.071 110.000 / 110.035 109.941 / 109.976
120 120.035 / 120.013 120.036 / 120.071 120.000 / 120.035 119.941 / 119.976
>120 m6 F7 0.003 H7 --0.040 P7 --0.108
0.040 / 0.015 0.043 / 0.083 0.068 0.000 / 0.040 0.025 --0.068 / --0.028 --0.043
125 125.040 / 125.015 125.043 / 125.083 125.000 / 125.040 124.932 / 124.972
130 130.040 / 130.015 130.043 / 130.083 130.000 / 130.040 129.932 / 129.972
140 140.040 / 140.015 140.043 / 140.083 140.000 / 140.040 139.932 / 139.972
150 150.040 / 150.015 150.043 / 150.083 150.000 / 150.040 149.932 / 149.972

160 160.040 / 160.015 160.043 / 160.083 160.000 / 160.040 159.932 / 159.972


170 170.040 / 170.015 170.043 / 170.083 170.000 / 170.040 169.932 / 169.972
180 180.040 / 180.015 180.043 / 180.083 180.000 / 180.040 179.932 / 179.972

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Table 2 (concluded)
Nominal Shaft diameter Clearance fit Transitional fit Interference fit
diameter Hub bore Fit 1) Hub bore Fit 1) Hub bore Fit 1)
>180 m6 F7 0.004 H7 --0.046 P7 --0.125
0.046 / 0.017 0.050 / 0.096 0.079 0.000 / 0.046 0.029 --0.079 / --0.033 --0.050
190 190.046 / 190.017 190.050 / 190.096 190.000 / 190.046 189.921 / 189.967
200 200.046 / 200.017 200.050 / 200.096 200.000 / 200.046 199.921 / 199.967
>200 m6 F7 H7 R7 --0.155
0.046 / 0.017 0.050 / 0.096 0.000 / 0.046 --0.109 / --0.063 --0.080
210 210.046 / 210.017 210.050 / 210.096 210.000 / 210.046 209.891 / 209.937
220 220.046 / 220.017 220.050 / 220.096 220.000 / 220.046 219.891 / 219.937
225 225.046 / 225.017 225.050 / 225.096 225.000 / 225.046 224.891 / 224.937
>225 m6 F7 H7 R7 --0.159
0.046 / 0.017 0.050 / 0.096 0.000 / 0.046 --0.113 / --0.067 --0.084
230 230.046 / 230.017 230.050 / 230.096 230.000 / 230.046 229.887 / 229.933
240 240.046 / 240.017 240.050 / 240.096 240.000 / 240.046 239.887 / 239.933
250 250.046 / 250.017 250.050 / 250.096 250.000 / 250.046 249.887 / 249.933
>250 m6 F7 0.004 H7 --0.052 R7 --0.178
0.052 / 0.020 0.056 / 0.108 0.088 0.000 / 0.052 0.032 --0.126 / --0.074 --0.094
260 260.052 / 260.020 260.056 / 260.108 260.000 / 260.052 259.874 / 259.926
270 270.052 / 270.020 270.056 / 270.108 270.000 / 270.052 269.874 / 269.926
280 280.052 / 280.020 280.056 / 280.108 280.000 / 280.052 279.874 / 279.926
>280 m6 F7 H7 R7 --0.182
0.052 / 0.020 0.056 / 0.108 0.000 / 0.052 --0.130 / --0.078 --0.098
0 098

290 290.052 / 290.020 290.056 / 290.108 290.000 / 290.052 289.870 / 289.922


300 300.052 / 300.020 300.056 / 300.108 300.000 / 300.052 299.870 / 299.922
310 310.052 / 310.020 310.056 / 310.108 310.000 / 310.052 309.870 / 309.922
315 315.052 / 315.020 315.056 / 315.108 315.000 / 315.052 314.870 / 314.922
>315 m6 F7 0.005 H7 --0.057 R7 --0.201
0.057 / 0.021 0.062 / 0.119 0.098 0.000 / 0.057 0.036 --0.144 / --0.087 --0.108
320 320.057 / 320.021 320.062 / 320.119 320.000 / 320.057 319.856 / 319.913
330 330.057 / 330.021 330.062 / 330.119 330.000 / 330.057 329.856 / 329.913
340 340.057 / 340.021 340.062 / 340.119 340.000 / 340.057 339.856 / 339.913
350 350.057 / 350.021 350.062 / 350.119 350.000 / 350.057 349.856 / 349.913
355 355.057 / 355.021 355.062 / 355.119 355.000 / 355.057 354.856 / 354.913
>355 m6 F7 H7 R8 --0.260
0.057 / 0.021 0.062 / 0.119 0.000 / 0.057 --0.203 / --0.114 --0.135
360 360.057 / 360.021 360.062 / 360.119 360.000 / 360.057 359.797 / 359.886
370 370.057 / 370.021 370.062 / 370.119 370.000 / 370.057 369.797 / 369.886
380 380.057 / 380.021 380.062 / 380.119 380.000 / 380.057 379.797 / 379.886
390 390.057 / 390.021 390.062 / 390.119 390.000 / 390.057 389.797 / 389.886
400 400.057 / 400.021 400.062 / 400.119 400.000 / 400.057 399.797 / 399.886
>400 m6 F7 0.005 H7 --0.063 R8 --0.286
0.063 / 0.023 0.068 / 0.131 0.108 0.000 / 0.063 0.040 --0.223 / --0.126 --0.149
410 410.063 / 410.023 410.068 / 410.131 410.000 / 410.063 409.777 / 409.874
420 420.063 / 420.023 420.068 / 420.131 420.000 / 420.063 419.777 / 419.874
430 430.063 / 430.023 430.068 / 430.131 430.000 / 430.063 429.777 / 429.874
440 440.063 / 440.023 440.068 / 440.131 440.000 / 440.063 439.777 / 439.874
450 450.063 / 450.023 450.068 / 450.131 450.000 / 450.063 449.777 / 449.874
>450 m6 F7 H7 R8 --0.292
0.063 / 0.023 0.068 / 0.131 0.000 / 0.063 --0.229 / --0.132 --0.155
460 460.063 / 460.023 460.068 / 460.131 460.000 / 460.063 459.771 / 459.868
470 470.063 / 470.023 470.068 / 470.131 470.000 / 470.063 469.771 / 469.868
480 480.063 / 480.023 480.068 / 480.131 480.000 / 480.063 479.771 / 479.868
490 490.063 / 490.023 490.068 / 490.131 490.000 / 490.063 489.771 / 489.868
500 500.063 / 500.023 500.068 / 500.131 500.000 / 500.063 499.771 / 499.868
NOTE:
1) Positive values are clearance, negative values are interference.

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5 Tapered bore hubs

5.1 Typical tapered bores l


The standard taper as defined in ISO R775:1969,
Cylindrical and 1/10 Conical Shaft Ends, is 1/10 (1 to
10 rate of taper, 5.7248 degrees included angle).
Other tapers, such 1/8, 1/15 and 1/20, are also used.

5.2 Keyways
Rate of taper 1:X or
Keyways for tapered bore hubs may be parallel to included angle ()
the taper or parallel to the bore centerline.

Db
5.3 Tapered bore dimensional control
requirements
Three dimensions are required to control the form
and size of a conical surface.
-- the axial length of the tapered feature, l;
-- the diameter at one end of the taper (preferably
the large end, Db, or the small end, Dse), or at a
cross--sectional plane which may be within or
outside the tapered feature;
Figure 1 -- Tapered bore requirements
-- the angle of taper, given as a rate of taper or as an
included angle, .
Typical requirements are shown in figure 1.

5.4 Dimensioning of tapered bores l


Gauge
line

Preferred method of dimensioning requires the large


end of the taper bore with tolerance, hub length, and
taper. See figure 2 for preferred dimensioning.
Stand--off to a gauge line should also be provided for
large end diameter inspection purposes (see annex
B). The gauge line is a reference plane which could Rate of taper 1:X or
included angle ()
Dse (ref)
be beyond, flush, or within the hub.
Dg

Db

6 Keys

6.1 Key sizes


Stand--
Key sizes for cylindrical shafts are shown in table 3 off
and key dimensions in table 4. Key types are shown
in figure 3. The key type selected is determined by
the shaft manufacturer. Figure 2 -- Tapered bore drawing dimensions

Key sizes for conical shaft ends can be found in


annex C.

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Table 3 -- Key sizes for cylindrical shafts from ISO R773:1969, mm

Cylindrical shaft diameter, d Nominal key Cylindrical shaft diameter, d Nominal key
over To (incl.) size, b x h over To (incl.) size, b x h
10 12 4x4 95 110 28x16
12 17 5x5 110 130 32x18
17 22 6x6 130 150 36x20
22 30 8x7 150 170 40x22
30 38 10x8 170 200 45x25
38 44 12x8 200 230 50x28
44 50 14x9 230 260 56x32
50 58 16x10 260 290 63x32
58 65 18x11 290 330 70x36
65 75 20x12 330 380 80x40
75 85 22x14 380 440 90x45
85 95 25x14 440 500 100x50

Table 4 -- Key dimensions from ISO R773:1969, mm

Nominal size Width, b Height, h Chamfer, s


bxh Nominal Tolerance (h9) Nominal Tolerance1) Minimum Maximum
4x4 4 4 0.16 0.25
5x5 5 0 / --0.030 5 0 / --0.030
6x6 6 6 0.25 0.40
8x7 8 7
0 / --0.036
--0 036
10x8 10 8
12x8 12 8 0 / --0.090
14x9 14 9 0.40 0.60
0 / --0.043
--0 043
16x10 16 10
18x11 18 11
20x12 20 12
22x14 22 14
0 / --0.052
--0 052 0 / --0.110
--0 110
25x14 25 14 0.60 0.80
28x16 28 16
32x18 32 18
36x20 36 20
40x22 40 0 / --0.062 22
0 / --0.130
--0 130 1 00
1.00 1 20
1.20
45x25 45 25
50x28 50 28
56x32 56 32
63x32 63 32 1.60 2.00
0 / --0.074
--0 074
70x36 70 36
0 / --0.160
--0 160
80x40 80 40
90x45 90 45 2.50 3.00
0 / --0.087
--0 087
100x50 100 50
1) Square section (h9), rectangular section (h11), ISO 286--2:1988.

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Form A Form B Form C


Section X--X
X X X
45
h

h
X X X
s

b b
2 2
b

b
Figure 3 -- Types of keys

7 Hub keyways keyway. Keyway width and depth tolerances are


given in table 5. Key tolerances are given in table 4.
The resulting fit dimensions are shown in table 6 for
7.1 Classes of key--to--hub keyway fit unmodified keys.
This standard covers two classes of key--to--hub 7.2 Hub keyway sizes
keyway fit: normal Js9 (preferred) and close P9
(hand fitted). Keyway sizes for cylindrical shafts are listed in table
5. Keyway data for conical shafts can be obtained
7.1.1 Normal Js9 (preferred) from the data listed in table C.1. Clearance is
Normal Js9 (preferred) key--to--hub keyway fits, required above the key in the hub.
which are used for most applications, have a 7.3 Hub keyway dimensions and tolerances
transitional fit between the sides of the keyway and
key. Keyway width and depth tolerances are per Keyway dimensions for square and rectangular keys
table 5. Key tolerances are given in table 4. The are shown in figure 4 and their use is illustrated in the
resulting fit dimensions are shown in table 6. following paragraphs.

7.1.2 Close P9 (hand fitted) 7.3.1 Keyway width


Nominal keyway width for both classes of fits is equal
Close P9 (hand fitted) key--to--hub keyway fits
require use of an undersize keyway and a key whose to nominal key width.
width must be hand fitted at assembly to suit the Keyway width tolerances are shown in table 5.

b X
t2
t1

Y
h

d
d+t2
d--t1

Section X-- X X Section Y--Y

Detail of keyway and key


Figure 4 -- Keyway dimensions

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Table 5 -- Recommended hub keyway dimensions, mm1)


Cylindrical shaft Hub keyway
diameter, d Width, b Depth, t2 Radius, r
Nominal Normal Close
key size keyway keyway
To bxh
over Nominal width width Nominal Tolerance Maximum Minimum
(incl.)
tolerance tolerance
(Js9) (P9)
10 12 4x4 4 1.8 0.16 0.08
12 17 5x5 5 +0 0150 /
+0.0150 --0.012
0 012 / 2.3 +0.1 //--0.0
--0.0150 --0.042
17 22 6x6 6 2.8 0.25 0.16
22 30 8x7 8 +0.0180 / --0.015
0.015 / 3.3
30 38 10x8 10 --0.0180 --0.051 3.3
38 44 12x8 12 3.3
44 50 14x9 14 +0.0215 / --0.018
0.018 / 3.8 0.40 0.25
50 58 16x10 16 --0.0215 --0.061 4.3
58 65 18x11 18 4.4 +0.25/--0.0
/ 1)

65 75 20x12 20 4.9
75 85 22x14 22 +0.0260 / --0.022
0.022 / 5.4
85 95 25x14 25 --0.0260 --0.074 5.4 0.60 0.40
95 110 28x16 28 6.4
110 130 32x18 32 7.4
130 150 36x20 36 8.4
150 170 40x22 40 +0 0310 /
+0.0310 --0.026
0 026 / 9.4
--0.0310 --0.088 1 00
1.00 0 70
0.70
170 200 45x25 45 10.4
200 230 50x28 50 11.4
230 260 56x32 56 12.4
+0 3 /--0.0
+0.3 / 00
260 290 63x32 63 +0.0370 / --0.032
0.032 / 12.4 1.60 1.20
290 330 70x36 70 --0.0370 --0.106 14.4
330 380 80x40 80 15.4
380 440 90x45 90 +0.0435 / --0.037
0.037 / 17.4 2.50 2.00
440 500 100x50 100 --0.0435 --0.124 19.5
NOTE:
1) Taken from ISO R773:1969 except for t2 tolerance, which is similar to that used in ANSI/AGMA 9002--B04, and
approximately equal to the k12 tolerance (ISO 286--2:1988) based on key height.

7.3.2 Nominal keyway depth d is cylindrical shaft diameter, mm;


Nominal keyway depth for both classes of fit is t2. t2 is nominal hub keyway depth from top of
nominal bore at centerline, mm.
Keyway depth tolerance is shown in table 5 and is
approximately equal to the tolerance k12 (ISO The tolerance applicable to t2 applies to the compos-
286--2:1988), which would be obtained by adopting ite dimension (d + t2).
the height, h, of the key as nominal size. Keyway
7.3.4 Keyway offset tolerance
depth, t2, is measured to the top of the bore and not
measured from the side corner. Maximum keyway offset tolerance, N, for a single
7.3.3 Dimension from top of keyway to opposite keyway (see figure 5) shall be as follows:
side of bore N = 0.25 + 0.001 b (2)
This dimension is calculated from: where
d + t2 (1) N is keyway offset tolerance, mm;
where b is keyway width, mm.

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Table 6 -- Hub keyway/key fits, mm


Cylindrical shaft
Key Hub keyway width tolerance Hub keyway/key fit1)
diameter, d Nominal
width
key size Normal keyway Close keyway
To tolerance
over bxh width tolerance width Normal width Close width
(incl.) (h9)
(Js9) tolerance (P9)
10 12 4x4
12 17 5x5 0/--0.030
/ +0.0150/--0.0150
/ --0.012/--0.042
/ --0.0150/+0.0450
/ --0.0420/--0.0180
/
17 22 6x6
22 30 8x7
0/ 0 036
0/--0.036 +0 0180/ 0 0180
+0.0180/--0.0180 --0.015/--0.051
0 015/ 0 051 --0.0180/+0.0540
0 0180/+0 0540 --0.0510/--0.0210
0 0510/ 0 0210
30 38 10x8
38 44 12x8
44 50 14x9
0/ 0 043
0/--0.043 +0 0215/ 0 0215
+0.0215/--0.0215 --0.018/--0.061
0 018/ 0 061 --0.0215/+0.0645
0 0215/+0 0645 --0.0610/--0.0250
0 0610/ 0 0250
50 58 16x10
58 65 18x11
65 75 20x12
75 85 22x14
0/ 0 052
0/--0.052 +0 0260/ 0 0260
+0.0260/--0.0260 --0.022/--0.074
0 022/ 0 074 --0.0260/+0.0780
0 0260/+0 0780 --0.0740/--0.0300
0 0740/ 0 0300
85 95 25x14
95 110 28x16
110 130 32x18
130 150 36x20
150 170 40x22 0/--0.062
/ +0.0310/--0.0310
/ --0.026/--0.088
/ --0.0310/+0.0930
/ --0.0880/--0.0360
/
170 200 45x25
200 230 50x28
230 260 56x32
260 290 63x32
0/ 0 074
0/--0.074 +0 0370/ 0 0370
+0.0370/--0.0370 --0.032
0 032 /--0.106
/ 0 106 --0.0370/+0.1110
0 0370/+0 1110 --0.1060/--0.0420
0 1060/ 0 0420
290 330 70x36
330 380 80x40
380 440 90x45
0/ 0 087
0/--0.087 +0 0435/ 0 0435
+0.0435/--0.0435 --0.037/--0.124
0 037/ 0 124 --0.0435/+0.1305
0 0435/+0 1305 --0.1240/--0.0500
0 1240/ 0 0500
440 500 100x50
NOTE:
1) + (plus) is clearance, -- (minus) is interference.

C
L Bore

C
L Keyway

Figure 5 -- Keyway offset

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7.3.5 Maximum keyway lead 7.3.7 Multiple keyway index tolerance


Maximum keyway lead, Lkw, shall not exceed the Multiple keyway index tolerance, Ikw (see figure 8)
values tabulated in table 7 (see figure 6). between keyways shall be within the values
tabulated in table 8.
Table 7 -- Maximum keyway lead values
Table 8 -- Multiple keyway index tolerances
Keyway length, mm Maximum keyway
lead, Lkw Multiple keyway
Normal and close index tolerance, Ikw,
Range Bore diameter, mm mm
classes
0 to 50 0.050 mm Normal and close
Over To (incl.) classes
50 to 250 0.001 mm/mm of
length ---- 150 0.20
over 250 0.250 mm 150 230 0.30
230 500 0.50
7.3.6 Keyway parallelism
7.4 Methods of measurement
Keyway parallelism (see figure 7) shall be restricted
by the keyway width and depth tolerances shown in Methods of measurement for keyway dimensions
table 5. are given in annex D.

C
L Keyway
C
L Bore

LkW

Figure 6 -- Keyway lead

Figure 7 -- Keyway parallelism

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Index 7.5 Finish of keyways


C
L Keyway
angle
Normally the keyway sides and top surfaces should
be finished to a maximum surface roughness of 6.3
Ikw Ra micrometers.

7.6 Fillet radii in keyways

Coupling hub keyways are to be furnished with


filleted keyways. Fillets shall be in accordance with
table 5. Keys shall be chamfered or rounded to clear
fillet radii. Key chamfer dimensions are given in
Figure 8 -- Multiple keyway index table 4.

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Annex A
(informative)
Straight bore inspection methods

[The foreword, footnotes and annexes, if any, are provided for informational purposes only and should not be
construed as a part of ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04, Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Metric Series).

A.1 Purpose A.2.2 CMM and dial bore gauge


CMM and dial bore gauges are used to inspect the
This annex provides suggested methods for mea- dimensional measurements of a component feature.
suring straight bores. The standard procedure for These gauges may be utilized to determine the
measurement and inspection of straight bores in actual bore diameter and roundness. These
flexible coupling hubs is based on the use of dial bore dimensions must be within the specified minimum
gages, air gages, coordinate measuring machine and maximum tolerance limits. Dimensional
(CMM), and go/no--go gauges. When straight bores measurements should be taken at several locations
are measured by methods other than above, inspec- along the hub bore length to determine the minimum/
tion procedures will be in accordance with agreed maximum bore diameter and bore taper if
upon methods. applicable.

A.2 Methods A.2.3 Go/no--go gauge


Go and no--go gauges are used to inspect the
One of the following three methods can be used for dimensional limits of a component feature. They are
checking a straight bore diameter prior to cutting the designed to determine if a component feature falls
keyway. Bores cannot be checked after the keyway
within the specified maximum and minimum toler-
is cut because the hub may distort when the keyway
ance limits. Both the go and no--go gauges must be
is machined. The actual temperature of the part
used together.
must be known at the time of bore measurement.
The measured bore dimension must be adjusted to If a straight bore is machined within the specified lim-
the standard temperature of 20C. its, the go gauge will fit into the bore and the no--go
gauge will NOT fit into the bore.
A.2.1 Inspection conditions
Suggested procedure:
-- gauge must be inserted straight into hub bore;
The following conditions apply to all methods of bore
inspection: -- slowly turn gauge into hub bore;
-- do not force plug gauge into hub bore.
-- Hub bore and gauge must be clean and free from Additional gauge features:
nicks and burrs;
-- insertion may be eased by a radius or chamfer on
gauge end;
-- Hub and gauge must be the same temperature.
Additionally, if the hub and gauge are made from -- venting on the gauge may be used for blind hole
different materials, the hub and gauge tempera- inspections to prevent air pressure from imped-
ture should be at 20C during the time of inspec- ing insertion;
tion. This is the temperature at which the gauge -- tooling or fixturing or both may be used to insure
should have been calibrated. that the gauge is inserted straight into bore.

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Annex B
(informative)
Tapered bore inspection procedure and plug gauge accuracy requirements
[The foreword, footnotes and annexes, if any, are provided for informational purposes only and should not be
construed as a part of ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04, Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Metric Series).

B.1 Purpose the bore gauge to determine if it falls within the speci-
fied tolerance, see figure B.1.
This annex provides suggested methods for mea-
suring tapered bores. The standard procedure for Dg Db
measurement and inspection of tapered bores in Stand off = (B.1)
Taper rate
flexible coupling hubs is based on the use of tapered
plug gauges. When tapered bores are measured by where
methods other than plug gauging, inspection proce-
Dg is the gage line diameter of hub bore, mm;
dures shall be in accordance with each coupling
manufacturers standards. Db is the large end diameter of hub bore, mm.
B.2 Procedure The gauge line diameter may be the large end diam-
The procedure for checking a tapered bore includes eter of the gauge or the diameter at a line on the
a size check and contact check prior to cutting the gauge.
keyway which requires:
Examples of bore tolerances versus stand--off are
-- hub and gauge are at the same temperature; given in table B.1 and figure B.1.
-- hub and gauge are clean and free from nicks and
B.2.2 Contact check to gauge
burrs.
Bores can not be checked after the keyway is cut be- Contact is checked by the use of non--drying blueing
cause the hub may distort when the keyway is ma- on the gauge. Normal contact for a turned bore to the
chined. When mounted, the hub will conform to the gauge is 70 percent prior to keyseating. A higher
shaft. percentage of contact may require bore grinding.
Surface contact is checked as follows:
B.2.1 Size check
1) Surface of gauge is coated with a thin, uniform
Tapered bore tolerances and measuring methods film of Prussian Blue or other non--drying oil
will be in accordance with each coupling pigment.
manufacturers standards, or as agreed to by the
manufacturer and purchaser. 2) Gauge is placed in hub and seated by light tap
with the heel of the hand, soft hammer, or a meth-
The bore diameter is measured by the amount of od mutually agreed on between purchaser and
stand--off (stick--out or stick--in) at the large end of manufacturer.

Table B.1 -- Gauge stand--off


(as a function of bore tolerance and standard taper)

Gauge stand--off, mm
Included
Taper rate angle, , Bore tolerance, mm
(on diameter) degrees 0.020 0.030 0.040 0.050
1/8 7.1527 0.160 0.240 0.320 0.400
1/10 5.7248 0.200 0.300 0.400 0.500
1/15 3.8183 0.300 0.450 0.600 0.750
1/20 2.8642 0.400 0.600 0.800 1.000

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Typical patterns of contact with common types of minimum contact area is not less than 70 percent of
imperfections in tapered bores are shown in figure the total bore area.
B.2. These contact patterns are acceptable if the

Positive Negative
stand--off stand--off
(Stick--out) (Stick--in)

Figure B.1 -- Tapered bore size check

Figure B.2 -- Typical patterns of contact

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B.3 Gauge tolerances


The best accuracy is achieved when the ring and Table B.2 -- Diametral conical variation
plug gauges are made as a matched set. Tapered tolerance
plug gauges used for measuring tapered bores in Large diameter of gauge, mm Diametral
flexible coupling hubs will meet the following conical
tolerances. Over To (incl.) variation
tolerance mm
20 40 0.0030
-- Conical variation tolerance. The annular toler- 40 65 0.0040
ance zone is along the surface of the cone within 65 115 0.0050
which the finished surface must lie, see figure B.3 115 165 0.0060
and table B.2.

-- Finish. All indicating surfaces of the plug gauge Table B.3 -- Squareness tolerance
must be within 0.4 Ra micrometers. Large diameter of gauge, mm Squareness
tolerance
tolerance,
Over To (incl.) TIR, mm
-- Perpendicularity. The large end of the plug
gauge must be square with the gauge axis within 20 120 0.05
the limits given in table B.3. 120 165 0.08

Large diameter
of gauge

Diametral conical
variation tolerance zone
Figure B.3 -- Diametral conical variation tolerance zone

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Annex C
(informative)
Recommended design practice for conical shafts used with flexible couplings

[The foreword, footnotes and annexes, if any, are provided for informational purposes only and should not be
construed as a part of ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04, Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Metric Series).

C.1 Purpose C.7 Hub retention

This annex suggests design practices for tapered The recommended methods for retaining the
shafts used with tapered bore coupling hubs. It is coupling hub to the shaft and their design criteria are
based on the recommendations from ISO as follows.
R775:1969 and Addendum 1--1974.

C.7.1 Threaded end and nut


C.2 Limitations

This annex is limited to the long and short series of -- Diameter. The standard threaded end diameter
is given in table C.1. If non--standard keys or
ISO R775:1969 with shaft diameters greater than 15
threaded ends are used, the diameter of the
mm, but less than or equal to 220 mm with stub shaft threaded end should be sufficiently small so that
ends (threaded end). cutting the shaft keyseat (see figure C.1) does
not interrupt the continuity of threads. Major ra-
C.3 Taper angle dius of threaded shaft end for tapered shaft, R,
must be less than distance from shaft centerline
Taper angle should be in accordance with the to base of shaft keyseat, Bs.
standard taper angles for flexible coupling hubs.
-- Length. As a guide, the length of the threaded
These are:
end, Ls, should be as given in table C.1. This
-- 1/10 (ISO R775:1969) length includes the clearance required for
threading.
-- 1/8
-- 1/15 -- Nut retention. The nut should be locked to the
hub or shaft by suitable means.
-- 1/20
C.7.2 Retaining plate and cap screws
C.4 Shaft diameter increments

Nominal shaft diameter, D, at the large end of the The coupling hub may be held to the shaft by a
taper, should be in accordance with the increments retaining plate of suitable diameter and thickness
of diameter given in figure C.1 and table C.1. which is properly secured to the shaft by one or more
cap screws threaded into the end of the tapered
C.5 Axial length of shaft taper, LT shaft.

The axial length of the tapered portion of the shaft


should be as given in table C.1. C.8 Shaft keys

Shaft keys should have sizes as recommended in


C.6 Mounted hub overhang, OH
table C.1 and dimensions and tolerances per table 4.
The recommended nominal design values for the The preferred practice is to specify that the keyseat
projection of the hub face beyond the small end of is machined parallel to the centerline of the shaft.
the shaft taper after pull--up are tabulated in table Keyseat depth is determined at the average conical
C.2. shaft diameter, DA.

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Table C.1-- Recommended 1/10 taper dimensions taken from ISO R775:1969
Diameter, Long series Short series Key and keyway External
D LT Ls DA LT Ls DA bh t1) thread, 2R
16 14.6 15.2 33 1.8 M10 1.25
18 28 12 16.6 16 12 17.2 44 2.5 M10 1.25
19 17.6 18.2 44 2.5 M10 1.25
20 18.2 18.9 44 2.5 M12 1.25
22 36 14 20.2 22 14 20.9 44 2.5 M12 1.25
24 22.2 22.9 55 3 M12 1.25
25 22.9 23.8 55 3 M16 1.5
42 18 24 18
28 25.9 26.8 55 3 M16 1.5
30 27.1 28.2 55 3 M20 1.5
32 29.1 30.2 66 3.5 M20 1.5
58 22 36 22
35 32.1 33.2 66 3.5 M20 1.5
38 35.1 36.2 66 3.5 M24 2
40 35.9 37.3 10 8 5 M24 2
42 37.9 39.3 10 8 5 M24 2
45 40.9 42.3 12 8 5 M30 2
48 82 28 43.9 54 28 45.3 12 8 5 M30 2
50 45.9 47.3 12 8 5 M36 3
55 50.9 52.3 14 9 5.5 M36 3
56 51.9 53.3 14 9 5.5 M36 3
60 54.75 56.5 16 10 6 M42 3
63 57.75 59.5 16 10 6 M42 3
65 59.75 61.5 16 10 6 M42 3
105 35 70 35
70 64.75 66.5 18 11 7 M48 3
71 65.75 67.5 18 11 7 M48 3
75 69.75 71.5 18 11 7 M48 3
80 73.5 75.5 20 12 7.5 M56 4
85 78.5 80.5 20 12 7.5 M56 4
130 40 90 40
90 83.5 85.5 22 14 9 M64 4
95 88.5 90.5 22 14 9 M64 4
100 91.75 94 25 14 9 M72 4
110 101.75 104 25 14 9 M80 4
165 45 120 45
120 111.75 114 28 16 10 M90 4
125 116.75 119 28 16 10 M90 4
130 120 122.5 28 16 10 M100 4
140 200 50 130 150 50 132.5 32 18 11 M100 4
150 140 142.5 32 18 11 M110 4
160 148 151 36 20 12 M125 4
170 240 60 158 180 60 161 36 20 12 M125 4
180 168 171 40 22 13 M140 6
190 176 179.5 40 22 13 M140 6
200 280 70 186 210 70 189.5 40 22 16 M160 6
220 206 209.5 45 25 15 M160 6
NOTE:
1) Nominal shaft keyset depth from top of nominal shaft at centerline of conical section of tapered shaft. See figure C.1.

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A
Ls

D DA Bs
R

A
LT LT
2 2
LT Ls
b

t h

DA t
DA

Enlarged view
of key

Section A--A
Figure C.1 -- Tapered shaft end

Table C.2 Mounted hub overhang, OH

Nominal diameter, D, mm Mounted hub overhang,


g, OH,, mm
Over To (included)
15 75 3
75 200 5
200 220 6

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Annex D
(informative)
Keyway measurement
[The foreword, footnotes and annexes, if any, are provided for informational purposes only and should not be
construed as a part of ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04, Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Metric Series).

D.1 Purpose

This annex presents standard methods of measure-


ment for keyway dimensions. It is recognized that
other methods, such as coordinate measuring
machine (CMM), might be equally valid, or that more
accurate measurement might be achieved through
the use of special tools or equipment. It is not the
intention of this standard to preclude use of other
measuring methods.

In cases of dispute where agreement cannot be


reached on the validity or accuracy of other methods,
these standard methods of measurement will be
used to determine the keyway dimensions.
Figure D.1 -- Keyway depth measurement
D.2 Keyway width measurement

Keyway width, b, is measured by one of the


following:
D.3.2 Alternate methods for tapered bores
-- go/no--go gauges;
An alternate method for measurement of the depth of
-- inside calipers and micrometers; keyways in tapered bores is by use of a tapered plug
gauge in the bore and measurement of the keyway
-- adjustable parallels and micrometers. depth by calipers, or by gauge block and feeler
gauge. This dimension is added to the bore diameter
D.3 Keyway depth measurement to calculate dimension from top of keyway to
opposite side of bore (d + t2) (see figure D.2).
D.3.1 Standard method for cylindrical bores
The measured keyway depth must be adjusted for
Keyway depth, t2, is determined by measuring the hubs with the keyway cut parallel to the bore
distance from the top of the keyway to the opposite centerline. This adjustment increases or decreases
side of the bore (d + t2) (see equation 1). This is the nominal depth by the absolute value of one--half
accomplished with a micrometer (see figure D.1). the difference between the bore diameter, DA, at the
nominal keyway depth and the taper bore diameter,
NOTE 1: In tapered bore hubs, the keyway depth may DM, such as Db or Dse, where the keyway depth is
vary along the length of the keyway. Proper allowance being measured for keyways cut parallel to the bore
for this variation must be made when measuring key- centerline.
way depth.

NOTE 2: For multiple keyways at 180, this method of 2



adjustment factor = 1 D A D M (D.1)
measurement requires determination of the eccentric-
ity from the center of the bore to the midpoint between The adjustment factor is added to the keyway depth
the bottoms of the keyways for calculation of the for bores less than DA and subtracted for bores
individual keyway depths. greater than DA.

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D.4 Keyway lead measurement


Keyway lead, Lkw, is measured by the following
procedure (see figure D.3).
Caliper
measurement 1) The hub is mounted in a V block, clamped to a
right angle plate, or is supported by any other
means such that the axis of the bore is parallel to
the plane of a surface plate or other reference
surface.
2) The hub is rotated until the average of the slopes
of the two sides of the keyway is parallel to the
Plug gauge plane of the reference surface.
in bore 3) Dimensions An and Af and Bn and Bf are mea-
sured at the mid--depth of the keyway at each end
Gauge
of the keyway.
block
4) Keyway lead, Lkw, is then equal to the absolute
Feeler
value of:
gauge

L kw = 2

A n Af + Bn B f
(D.2)

where

Plug gauge An is the top side of keyway -- near side


in bore measurement, mm;

Figure D.2 -- Keyway depth measurement for Af is the top side of keyway -- far side
measurement, mm;
tapered bores
Bn is the bottom side of keyway -- near side
measurement, mm;
Bf is the bottom side of keyway -- far side
measurement, mm.

An -- Near side
Af -- Far side
Bn -- Near side Reference
Bf -- Far side surface

Figure D.3 -- Keyway lead measurement

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D.5 Keyway offset measurement D.6 Multiple keyway index error measurement

Keyway offset, N, is measured by the following Multiple keyway index error is measured by the
procedure (see figure D.4). following procedure (see figure D.5).
1) The hub is mounted in a V block, clamped to a
1) The hub is mounted in a V block, clamped to a right angle plate, or is supported by any other
right angle plate, or is supported by any other means such that the axis of the bore is approxi-
means such that the axis of the bore is parallel to mately parallel to the plane of a surface plate or
the plane of a surface plate or other reference other reference surface.
surface.
2) The hub is rotated until the keyways are approxi-
2) The hub is rotated until the average of the slopes mately equidistant from the reference surface.
of the two sides of the keyway is parallel to the The hub is then clamped or fixed by some means
plane of the reference surface. to prevent further movement until all measure-
ments have been completed.
3) Dimensions are measured at either end of the
bore. Dimensions Ar and Br are measured at the 3) Measurement and calculation of keyway index
mid--depth of the keyway. error is then performed in the following manner:
a) For keys at 180 (see figure D.5), dimen-
4) Keyway offset, N, is then equal to the absolute
sion A1 and A2, and B1 and B2 are measured
value of:
at the mid--depth of the keyways. Dimensions

N=
D r A r B r C r
2
(D.3)
C1 and C2 are measured from either end of the
bore. Keyway index error is then equal to the
absolute value of:
where E kw = |A m + B m 2C m| (D.4)

Dr is the reference surface to top of bore where


measurement, mm; Ekw is multiple keyway index error, mm;
Ar is the top side of keyway at mid--depth of the Am is average of A1 and A2, mm;
keyway, mm; A1 + A2
Am = (D.5)
Br is the bottom side of keyway at mid--depth of 2
the keyway, mm; Bm is average of B1 and B2, mm;

Cr is the reference surface to bottom of bore B1 + B2


Bm = (D.6)
measurement, mm. 2

Dr
Ar
Br Reference
surface
Cr

Figure D.4 -- Keyway offset measurement

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C1
A1 B1
A2 B2 Reference
surface
C2

Figure D.5 -- Multiple keyway index error measurement of keyways at 180

Cm is average of C1 and C2, mm. C2 is measurement to nearest location of bore


C1 + C2 from reference surface or sine--bar for key-
Cm = (D.7) way one, mm.
2
where b) For keyways at angles other than 180
A1 is keyway measurement to farthest side of (figure D.6), a sine--bar set for an angle equal
keyway one from reference surface, mm; to 90 minus one--half the included angle be-
tween the keyways, OC, is positioned on the
A2 is keyway measurement to nearest side of
reference surface and perpendicular to the
keyway one from reference surface, mm;
axis of the bore. Dimensions A1 and A2, B1
B1 is keyway measurement to farthest side of and B2 are measured at the mid--depth of the
keyway two from reference surface, mm; keyways. Dimensions C1 and C2, D1 and D2
B2 is keyway measurement to nearest side of are measured at either end of the bore. Key-
keyway two from reference surface, mm; way index error is then equal to the absolute
C1 is measurement to farthest location of bore value of:
from reference surface or sine--bar for key-
way one, mm; E kw = |(A m + B m) (C m + D m)| (D.8)

D1
C1 OC
B1
A1

A2 B2

90 OC C2 D2
90 OC
2

2
Reference
surface

Figure D.6 -- Multiple keyway index error measurement for keyways at other than 180

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where
Dm is average of D1 and D2. D + D4
D1 = D2 + 3
2
D1 + D2 are used in equations D.7 and D.9.
Dm = (D.9)
2 C3 + C4 D + D4
The values and 3 are average bore
2 2
D1 is measurement to farthest location of bore diameters measured as shown in figure D.7.
from sine--bar for keyway two, mm;
where
D2 is measurement to nearest location of bore C3 is the bore measurement to the left of the
from sine--bar for keyway two, mm. right hand keyway, mm;
C4 is the bore measurement to the right of the
right hand keyway, mm;
NOTE: Where the keyways interfere with measure- D3 is the bore measurement to the left of the left
ment of dimensions C1 and D1, (for instance when the
hand keyway; mm;
included angle between keyways is 90) the values
C + C4 D4 is the bore measurement to the right of the
C1 = C2 + 3 and left hand keyway, mm.
2

D4 C3
C2 D3 C4 D2

Reference
surface

Figure D.7 -- Average bore diameter measurements

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Annex E
(informative)
Other bore/shaft tolerance combinations found in industry and the resulting fits

[The foreword, footnotes and annexes, if any, are provided for informational purposes only and should not be
construed as a part of ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04, Bores and Keyways for Flexible Couplings (Metric Series).

E.1 Purpose standards, but result in fits that differ from this
standard. Use of these combinations should be
This annex presents additional combinations of hub reviewed with the coupling manufacturer for
bore and shaft tolerances and their resulting fits. acceptability with their product and the application
These combinations have been suggested in other intended. See Tables E.1 through E.9.

Table E.1 -- Bore to shaft fit -- H6 bore with shafts from ISO/R775:1969
Diameter (nominal) Shaft tolerance H6 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)
mm inch2) symbol mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 j6 0.007 0.0003 0.000 0.0000 --0.007 --0.0003
to 10 0.3937 --0.002 --0.0001 0.009 0.0004 0.011 0.0004
over 10 0.3937 j6 0.008 0.0003 0.000 0.0000 --0.008 --0.0003
to 18 0.7087 --0.003 --0.0001 0.011 0.0004 0.014 0.0006
over 18 0.7087 j6 0.009 0.0004 0.000 0.0000 --0.009 --0.0004
to 30 1.1181 --0.004 --0.0002 0.013 0.0005 0.017 0.0007
over 30 1.1181 k6 0.018 0.0007 0.000 0.0000 --0.018 --0.0007
to 50 1.9685 0.002 0.0001 0.016 0.0006 0.014 0.0006
over 50 1.9685 m6 0.030 0.0012 0.000 0.0000 --0.030 --0.0012
to 80 3.1496 0.011 0.0004 0.019 0.0007 0.008 0.0003
over 80 3.1496 m6 0.035 0.0014 0.000 0.0000 --0.035 --0.0014
to 120 4.7244 0.013 0.0005 0.022 0.0009 0.009 0.0004
over 120 4.7244 m6 0.040 0.0016 0.000 0.0000 --0.040 --0.0016
to 180 7.0866 0.015 0.0006 0.025 0.0010 0.010 0.0004
over 180 7.0866 m6 0.046 0.0018 0.000 0.0000 --0.046 --0.0018
to 250 9.8425 0.017 0.0007 0.029 0.0011 0.012 0.0005
over 250 9.8425 m6 0.052 0.0020 0.000 0.0000 --0.052 --0.0020
to 315 12.4016 0.020 0.0008 0.032 0.0013 0.012 0.0005
over 315 12.4016 m6 0.057 0.0022 0.000 0.0000 --0.057 --0.0022
to 400 15.7480 0.021 0.0008 0.036 0.0014 0.015 0.0006
over 400 15.7480 m6 0.063 0.0025 0.000 0.0000 --0.063 --0.0025
to 500 19.6850 0.023 0.0009 0.040 0.0016 0.017 0.0007
NOTE:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Table E.2 -- Bore to shaft fit -- H7 bore with p6 shafts


Diameter (nominal) p6 shaft tolerance H7 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)
mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 0.024 0.0009 0.000 0.0000 --0.024 --0.0009
to 10 0.3937 0.015 0.0006 0.015 0.0006 0.000 0.0000
over 10 0.3937 0.029 0.0011 0.000 0.0000 --0.029 --0.0011
to 18 0.7087 0.018 0.0007 0.018 0.0007 0.000 0.0000
over 18 0.7087 0.035 0.0014 0.000 0.0000 --0.035 --0.0014
to 30 1.1181 0.022 0.0009 0.021 0.0008 --0.001 --0.0000
over 30 1.1181 0.042 0.0017 0.000 0.0000 --0.042 --0.0017
to 50 1.9685 0.026 0.0010 0.025 0.0010 --0.001 --0.0000
over 50 1.9685 0.051 0.0020 0.000 0.0000 --0.051 --0.0020
to 80 3.1496 0.032 0.0013 0.030 0.0012 --0.002 --0.0001
over 80 3.1496 0.059 0.0023 0.000 0.0000 --0.059 --0.0023
to 120 4.7244 0.037 0.0015 0.035 0.0014 --0.002 --0.0001
over 120 4.7244 0.068 0.0027 0.000 0.0000 --0.068 --0.0027
to 180 7.0866 0.043 0.0017 0.040 0.0016 --0.003 --0.0001
over 180 7.0866 0.079 0.0031 0.000 0.0000 --0.079 --0.0031
to 250 9.8425 0.050 0.0020 0.046 0.0018 --0.004 --0.0002
over 250 9.8425 0.088 0.0035 0.000 0.0000 --0.088 --0.0035
to 315 12.4016 0.056 0.0022 0.052 0.0020 --0.004 --0.0002
over 315 12.4016 0.098 0.0039 0.000 0.0000 --0.098 --0.0039
to 400 15.7480 0.062 0.0024 0.057 0.0022 --0.005 --0.0002
over 400 15.7480 0.108 0.0043 0.000 0.0000 --0.108 --0.0043
to 500 19.6850 0.068 0.0027 0.063 0.0025 --0.005 --0.0002
NOTE:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Table E.3 -- Bore to shaft fit -- H7 bore with r6 shafts

Diameter (nominal) r6 shaft tolerance H7 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)


mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 0.028 0.0011 0.000 0.0000 --0.028 --0.0011
to 10 0.3937 0.019 0.0007 0.015 0.0006 --0.004 --0.0002
over 10 0.3937 0.034 0.0013 0.000 0.0000 --0.034 --0.0013
to 18 0.7087 0.023 0.0009 0.018 0.0007 --0.005 --0.0002
over 18 0.7087 0.041 0.0016 0.000 0.0000 --0.041 --0.0016
to 30 1.1811 0.028 0.0011 0.021 0.0008 --0.007 --0.0003
over 30 1.1811 0.050 0.0020 0.000 0.0000 --0.050 --0.0020
to 50 1.9685 0.034 0.0013 0.025 0.0010 --0.009 --0.0004
over 50 1.9685 0.060 0.0024 0.000 0.0000 --0.060 --0.0024
to 65 2.5591 0.041 0.0016 0.030 0.0012 --0.011 --0.0004
over 65 2.5591 0.062 0.0024 0.000 0.0000 --0.062 --0.0024
to 80 3.1496 0.043 0.0017 0.030 0.0012 --0.013 --0.0005
over 80 3.1496 0.073 0.0029 0.000 0.0000 --0.073 --0.0029
to 100 3.9370 0.051 0.0020 0.035 0.0014 --0.016 --0.0006
over 100 3.9370 0.076 0.0030 0.000 0.0000 --0.076 --0.0030
to 120 4.7244 0.054 0.0021 0.035 0.0014 --0.019 --0.0007
over 120 4.7244 0.088 0.0035 0.000 0.0000 --0.088 --0.0035
to 140 5.5118 0.063 0.0025 0.040 0.0016 --0.023 --0.0009
over 140 5.5118 0.090 0.0035 0.000 0.0000 --0.090 --0.0035
to 160 6.2992 0.065 0.0026 0.040 0.0016 --0.025 --0.0010
over 160 6.2992 0.093 0.0037 0.000 0.0000 --0.093 --0.0037
to 180 7.0866 0.068 0.0027 0.040 0.0016 --0.028 --0.0011
over 180 7.0866 0.106 0.0042 0.000 0.0000 --0.106 --0.0042
to 200 7.8740 0.077 0.0030 0.046 0.0018 --0.031 --0.0012
over 200 7.8740 0.109 0.0043 0.000 0.0000 --0.109 --0.0043
to 225 8.8583 0.080 0.0031 0.046 0.0018 --0.034 --0.0013
over 225 8.8583 0.113 0.0044 0.000 0.0000 --0.113 --0.0044
to 250 9.8425 0.084 0.0033 0.046 0.0018 --0.038 --0.0015
over 250 9.8425 0.126 0.0050 0.000 0.0000 --0.126 --0.0050
to 280 11.0236 0.094 0.0037 0.052 0.0020 --0.042 --0.0017
over 280 11.0236 0.130 0.0050 0.000 0.0000 --0.130 --0.0050
to 315 12.4016 0.098 0.0039 0.052 0.0020 --0.046 --0.0018
over 315 12.4016 0.144 0.0057 0.000 0.0000 --0.144 --0.0057
to 355 13.9764 0.108 0.0043 0.057 0.0022 --0.051 --0.0020
over 355 13.9764 0.150 0.0059 0.000 0.0000 --0.150 --0.0059
to 400 15.7480 0.114 0.0045 0.057 0.0022 --0.057 --0.0022
over 400 15.7480 0.166 0.0065 0.000 0.0000 --0.166 --0.0065
to 450 17.7165 0.126 0.0050 0.063 0.0025 --0.063 --0.0025
over 450 17.7165 0.172 0.0068 0.000 0.0000 --0.172 --0.0068
to 500 19.6850 0.132 0.0052 0.063 0.0025 --0.069 --0.0027
NOTE:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Table E.4 -- Bore to shaft fit -- J7 bore with n6 shafts


Diameter (nominal) n6 shaft tolerance J7 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)
mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 0.019 0.0007 --0.007 --0.0003 --0.026 --0.0010
to 10 0.3937 0.010 0.0004 0.008 0.0003 --0.002 --0.0001
over 10 0.3937 0.023 0.0009 --0.008 --0.0003 --0.031 --0.0012
to 18 0.7087 0.012 0.0005 0.010 0.0004 --0.002 --0.0001
over 18 0.7087 0.028 0.0011 --0.009 --0.0004 --0.037 --0.0015
to 30 1.1181 0.015 0.0006 0.012 0.0005 --0.003 --0.0001
over 30 1.1181 0.033 0.0013 --0.011 --0.0004 --0.044 --0.0017
to 50 1.9685 0.017 0.0007 0.014 0.0006 --0.003 --0.0001
over 50 1.9685 0.039 0.0015 --0.012 --0.0005 --0.051 --0.0020
to 80 3.1496 0.020 0.0008 0.018 0.0007 --0.002 --0.0001
over 80 3.1496 0.045 0.0018 --0.013 --0.0005 --0.058 --0.0023
to 120 4.7244 0.023 0.0009 0.022 0.0009 --0.001 --0.0000
over 120 4.7244 0.052 0.0020 --0.014 --0.0006 --0.066 --0.0026
to 180 7.0866 0.027 0.0011 0.026 0.0010 --0.001 --0.0000
over 180 7.0866 0.060 0.0024 --0.016 --0.0006 --0.076 --0.0030
to 250 9.8425 0.031 0.0012 0.030 0.0012 --0.001 --0.0000
over 250 9.8425 0.066 0.0026 --0.016 --0.0006 --0.082 --0.0032
to 315 12.4016 0.034 0.0013 0.036 0.0014 0.002 0.0001
over 315 12.4016 0.073 0.0029 --0.018 --0.0007 --0.091 --0.0036
to 400 15.7480 0.037 0.0015 0.039 0.0015 0.002 0.0001
over 400 15.7480 0.080 0.0031 --0.020 --0.0008 --0.100 --0.0039
to 500 19.6850 0.040 0.0016 0.043 0.0017 0.003 0.0001
Note:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Table E.5 -- Bore to shaft fit -- K7 bore with m6 shafts


Diameter (nominal) m6 shaft tolerance K7 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)
mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 0.015 0.0006 --0.010 --0.0004 --0.025 --0.0010
to 10 0.3937 0.006 0.0002 0.005 0.0002 --0.001 --0.0000
over 10 0.3937 0.018 0.0007 --0.012 --0.0005 --0.030 --0.0012
to 18 0.7087 0.007 0.0003 0.006 0.0002 --0.001 --0.0000
over 18 0.7087 0.021 0.0008 --0.015 --0.0006 --0.036 --0.0014
to 30 1.1181 0.008 0.0003 0.006 0.0002 --0.002 --0.0001
over 30 1.1181 0.025 0.0010 --0.018 --0.0007 --0.043 --0.0017
to 50 1.9685 0.009 0.0004 0.007 0.0003 --0.002 --0.0001
over 50 1.9685 0.030 0.0012 --0.021 --0.0008 --0.051 --0.0020
to 80 3.1496 0.011 0.0004 0.009 0.0004 --0.002 --0.0001
over 80 3.1496 0.035 0.0014 --0.025 --0.0010 --0.060 --0.0024
to 120 4.7244 0.013 0.0005 0.010 0.0004 --0.003 --0.0001
over 120 4.7244 0.040 0.0016 --0.028 --0.0011 --0.068 --0.0027
to 180 7.0866 0.015 0.0006 0.012 0.0005 --0.003 --0.0001
over 180 7.0866 0.046 0.0018 --0.033 --0.0013 --0.079 --0.0031
to 250 9.8425 0.017 0.0007 0.013 0.0005 --0.004 --0.0002
over 250 9.8425 0.052 0.0020 --0.036 --0.0014 --0.088 --0.0035
to 315 12.4016 0.020 0.0008 0.016 0.0006 --0.004 --0.0002
over 315 12.4016 0.057 0.0022 --0.040 --0.0016 --0.097 --0.0038
to 400 15.7480 0.021 0.0008 0.017 0.0007 --0.004 --0.0002
over 400 15.7480 0.063 0.0025 --0.045 --0.0018 --0.108 --0.0043
to 500 19.6850 0.023 0.0009 0.018 0.0007 --0.005 --0.0002
NOTE:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive. These shaft tolerances are not in agreement with
ISO/R775:1969.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Table E.6 -- Bore to shaft fit -- M7 bore with k6 shafts


Diameter (nominal) k6 shaft tolerance M7 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)
mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 0.010 0.0004 --0.015 --0.0006 --0.025 --0.0010
to 10 0.3937 0.001 0.0000 0.000 0.0000 --0.001 --0.0000
over 10 0.3937 0.012 0.0005 --0.018 --0.0007 --0.030 --0.0012
to 18 0.7087 0.001 0.0000 0.000 0.0000 --0.001 --0.0000
over 18 0.7087 0.015 0.0006 --0.021 --0.0008 --0.036 --0.0014
to 30 1.1181 0.002 0.0001 0.000 0.0000 --0.002 --0.0001
over 30 1.1181 0.018 0.0007 --0.025 --0.0010 --0.043 --0.0017
to 50 1.9685 0.002 0.0001 0.000 0.0000 --0.002 --0.0001
over 50 1.9685 0.021 0.0008 --0.030 --0.0012 --0.051 --0.0020
to 80 3.1496 0.002 0.0001 0.000 0.0000 --0.002 --0.0001
over 80 3.1496 0.025 0.0010 --0.035 --0.0014 --0.060 --0.0024
to 120 4.7244 0.003 0.0001 0.000 0.0000 --0.003 --0.0001
over 120 4.7244 0.028 0.0011 --0.040 --0.0016 --0.068 --0.0027
to 180 7.0866 0.003 0.0001 0.000 0.0000 --0.003 --0.0001
over 180 7.0866 0.033 0.0013 --0.046 --0.0018 --0.079 --0.0031
to 250 9.8425 0.004 0.0002 0.000 0.0000 --0.004 --0.0002
over 250 9.8425 0.036 0.0014 --0.052 --0.0020 --0.088 --0.0035
to 315 12.4016 0.004 0.0002 0.000 0.0000 --0.004 --0.0002
over 315 12.4016 0.040 0.0016 --0.057 --0.0022 --0.097 --0.0038
to 400 15.7480 0.004 0.0002 0.000 0.0000 --0.004 --0.0002
over 400 15.7480 0.045 0.0018 --0.063 --0.0025 --0.108 --0.0043
to 500 19.6850 0.005 0.0002 0.000 0.0000 --0.005 --0.0002
NOTE:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive. These shaft tolerances are not in agreement with
ISO/R775:1969.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Table E.7 -- Bore to shaft fit -- M7 bore with m6 shafts


Diameter (nominal) m6 shaft tolerance M7 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)
mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 0.015 0.0006 --0.015 --0.0006 --0.030 --0.0012
to 10 0.3937 0.006 0.0002 0.000 0.0000 --0.006 --0.0002
over 10 0.3937 0.018 0.0007 --0.018 --0.0007 --0.036 --0.0014
to 18 0.7087 0.007 0.0003 0.000 0.0000 --0.007 --0.0003
over 18 0.7087 0.021 0.0008 --0.021 --0.0008 --0.042 --0.0017
to 30 1.1181 0.008 0.0003 0.000 0.0000 --0.008 --0.0003
over 30 1.1181 0.025 0.0010 --0.025 --0.0010 --0.050 --0.0020
to 50 1.9685 0.009 0.0004 0.000 0.0000 --0.009 --0.0004
over 50 1.9685 0.030 0.0012 --0.030 --0.0012 --0.060 --0.0024
to 80 3.1496 0.011 0.0004 0.000 0.0000 --0.011 --0.0004
over 80 3.1496 0.035 0.0014 --0.035 --0.0014 --0.070 --0.0028
to 120 4.7244 0.013 0.0005 0.000 0.0000 --0.013 --0.0005
over 120 4.7244 0.040 0.0016 --0.040 --0.0016 --0.080 --0.0031
to 180 7.0866 0.015 0.0006 0.000 0.0000 --0.015 --0.0006
over 180 7.0866 0.046 0.0018 --0.046 --0.0018 --0.092 --0.0036
to 250 9.8425 0.017 0.0007 0.000 0.0000 --0.017 --0.0007
over 250 9.8425 0.052 0.0020 --0.052 --0.0020 --0.104 --0.0041
to 315 12.4016 0.020 0.0008 0.000 0.0000 --0.020 --0.0008
over 315 12.4016 0.057 0.0022 --0.057 --0.0022 --0.114 --0.0045
to 400 15.7480 0.021 0.0008 0.000 0.0000 --0.021 --0.0008
over 400 15.7480 0.063 0.0025 --0.063 --0.0025 --0.126 --0.0050
to 500 19.6850 0.023 0.0009 0.000 0.0000 --0.023 --0.0009
NOTE:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive. These shaft tolerances are not in agreement with
ISO/R775:1969.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Table E.8 -- Bore to shaft fit -- P7 bore with n6 shafts


Diameter (nominal) n6 shaft tolerance P7 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)
mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 0.019 0.0007 --0.024 --0.0009 --0.043 --0.0017
to 10 0.3937 0.010 0.0004 --0.009 --0.0004 --0.019 --0.0007
over 10 0.3937 0.023 0.0009 --0.029 --0.0011 --0.052 --0.0020
to 18 0.7087 0.012 0.0005 --0.011 --0.0004 --0.023 --0.0009
over 18 0.7087 0.028 0.0011 --0.035 --0.0014 --0.063 --0.0025
to 30 1.1181 0.015 0.0006 --0.014 --0.0006 --0.029 --0.0011
over 30 1.1181 0.033 0.0013 --0.042 --0.0017 --0.075 --0.0030
to 50 1.9685 0.017 0.0007 --0.017 --0.0007 --0.034 --0.0013
over 50 1.9685 0.039 0.0015 --0.051 --0.0020 --0.090 --0.0035
to 80 3.1496 0.020 0.0008 --0.021 --0.0008 --0.041 --0.0016
over 80 3.1496 0.045 0.0018 --0.059 --0.0023 --0.104 --0.0041
to 120 4.7244 0.023 0.0009 --0.024 --0.0009 --0.047 --0.0019
over 120 4.7244 0.052 0.0020 --0.068 --0.0027 --0.120 --0.0047
to 180 7.0866 0.027 0.0011 --0.028 --0.0011 --0.055 --0.0022
over 180 7.0866 0.060 0.0024 --0.079 --0.0031 --0.139 --0.0055
to 250 9.8425 0.031 0.0012 --0.033 --0.0013 --0.064 --0.0025
over 250 9.8425 0.066 0.0026 --0.088 --0.0035 --0.154 --0.0061
to 315 12.4016 0.034 0.0013 --0.036 --0.0014 --0.070 --0.0028
over 315 12.4016 0.073 0.0029 --0.098 --0.0039 --0.171 --0.0067
to 400 15.7480 0.037 0.0015 --0.041 --0.0016 --0.078 --0.0031
over 400 15.7480 0.080 0.0031 --0.108 --0.0043 --0.188 --0.0074
to 500 19.6850 0.040 0.0016 --0.045 --0.0018 --0.085 --0.0033
NOTE:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Table E.9 -- Bore to shaft fit -- S7 bore with n6 shafts

Diameter (nominal) n6 shaft tolerance S7 bore tolerance Resulting fit1)


mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2) mm inch2)
over 6 0.2362 0.019 0.0007 --0.032 --0.0013 --0.051 --0.0020
to 10 0.3937 0.010 0.0004 --0.017 --0.0007 --0.027 --0.0011
over 10 0.3937 0.023 0.0009 --0.039 --0.0015 --0.062 --0.0024
to 18 0.7087 0.012 0.0005 --0.021 --0.0008 --0.033 --0.0013
over 18 0.7087 0.028 0.0011 --0.048 --0.0019 --0.076 --0.0030
to 30 1.1811 0.015 0.0006 --0.027 --0.0011 --0.042 --0.0017
over 30 1.1811 0.033 0.0013 --0.059 --0.0023 --0.092 --0.0036
to 50 1.9685 0.017 0.0007 --0.034 --0.0013 --0.051 --0.0020
over 50 1.9685 0.039 0.0015 --0.072 --0.0028 --0.111 --0.0044
to 65 2.5591 0.020 0.0008 --0.042 --0.0017 --0.062 --0.0024
over 65 2.5591 0.039 0.0015 --0.078 --0.0031 --0.117 --0.0046
to 80 3.1496 0.020 0.0008 --0.048 --0.0019 --0.068 --0.0027
over 80 3.1496 0.045 0.0018 --0.093 --0.0037 --0.138 --0.0054
to 100 3.9370 0.023 0.0009 --0.058 --0.0023 --0.081 --0.0032
over 100 3.9370 0.045 0.0018 --0.101 --0.0040 --0.146 --0.0057
to 120 4.7244 0.023 0.0009 --0.066 --0.0026 --0.089 --0.0035
over 120 4.7244 0.052 0.0020 --0.117 --0.0046 --0.169 --0.0067
to 140 5.5118 0.027 0.0011 --0.077 --0.0030 --0.104 --0.0041
over 140 5.5118 0.052 0.0020 --0.125 --0.0049 --0.177 --0.0070
to 160 6.2992 0.027 0.0011 --0.085 --0.0033 --0.112 --0.0044
over 160 6.2992 0.052 0.0020 --0.133 --0.0052 --0.185 --0.0073
to 180 7.0866 0.027 0.0011 --0.093 --0.0037 --0.120 --0.0047
over 180 7.0866 0.060 0.0024 --0.151 --0.0059 --0.211 --0.0083
to 200 7.8740 0.031 0.0012 --0.105 --0.0041 --0.136 --0.0054
over 200 7.8740 0.060 0.0024 --0.159 --0.0063 --0.219 --0.0086
to 225 8.8583 0.031 0.0012 --0.113 --0.0044 --0.144 --0.0057
over 225 8.8583 0.060 0.0024 --0.169 --0.0067 --0.229 --0.0090
to 250 9.8425 0.031 0.0012 --0.123 --0.0048 --0.154 --0.0061
over 250 9.8425 0.066 0.0026 --0.190 --0.0075 --0.256 --0.0101
to 280 11.0236 0.034 0.0013 --0.138 --0.0054 --0.172 --0.0068
over 280 11.0236 0.066 0.0026 --0.202 --0.0080 --0.268 --0.0106
to 315 12.4016 0.034 0.0013 --0.150 --0.0059 --0.184 --0.0072
over 315 12.4016 0.073 0.0029 --0.226 --0.0089 --0.299 --0.0118
to 355 13.9764 0.037 0.0015 --0.169 --0.0067 --0.206 --0.0081
over 355 13.9764 0.073 0.0029 --0.244 --0.0096 --0.317 --0.0125
to 400 15.7480 0.037 0.0015 --0.187 --0.0074 --0.224 --0.0088
over 400 15.7480 0.080 0.0031 --0.272 --0.0107 --0.352 --0.0139
to 450 17.7165 0.040 0.0016 --0.209 --0.0082 --0.249 --0.0098
over 450 17.7165 0.080 0.0031 --0.292 --0.0115 --0.372 --0.0146
to 500 19.6850 0.040 0.0016 --0.229 --0.0090 --0.269 --0.0106
NOTE:
1) Interference are negative values, clearance are positive.
2) Values noted in inches are converted from metric and rounded to four decimal places.

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Bibliography

The following documents are either referenced in the text of ANSI/AGMA 9112--A04, Bores and Keyways for
Flexible Couplings (Metric Series), or indicated for additional information.

ISO 286--1:1993, ISO system of limits and fits -- ISO R775:19691), Cylindrical and 1/10 conical shaft
Bases of tolerances, deviations and fits ends
ISO 286--2:1988 (E), ISO system of limits and fits --
ANSI/AGMA 9002--B04, Bores and Keyways for
Tables of standard tolerance grades and limit
Flexible Couplings (Inch Series)
deviations for holes and shafts
ISO R773:19691), Rectangular or square parallel ANSI/AGMA 9003--A91, Flexible Couplings
keys and their corresponding keyways Keyless Fits

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1) Withdrawn 1998--11--03.

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