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China Ck45 Hard Chrome Shaft Auto Parts Machining Parts Axle axle extender

Product Description

Main Products:

Hard Chrome Plated Rod, Hydraulic Piston Rod, Cylinder Piston Rod, Chromium Rods, Linear Shafts, SBR Shafts, Hard Chrome Shaft, Induction Rod, Induction Shaft, etc.

the range of Diameters include: 3-120mm
 

 Item  OD mm                                                                
Hard Chrome Rod   3 10  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  20  22  25  28  30  32  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80  85  90  100  110  120 
Induction Hard Chrome Rod  3 10  12  13  14  15  16  18  20  22  25  28  30  32  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80  85  90  100  110  120 

The hard chromium piston rods produced by our company come with more than JIS S45C material, where the rods first undergo precision milling and processing, and are then put through gard surface chromium treatment, allowing a surface precision level of f7, and a surface hardness reaching HV800 minimum and up, which not only help to improve wear resistance but also help to extend the life cycle of the rods, thus helping the customer save cost.

The corrosion resistances is tested in our own internal salt spray laboratory, and The rods surface heat treatment and hardness CZPT HRC55°±2°, and at a hardened depth of between 0.5mm – 3mm, before the rods are put through precision milling and hard chromium treatment for a membrane thickness measuring 20 CZPT ± 10% to drastically improve the rod’s wear resistance, and help to extend the life cycle of the rods.

1. Chrome Plated Steel Bars:

Our Chrome Plated Bars are produced from medium carbon cold-finished or hot rolled steel bars usually in 1045 grades. The bars are centerless ground, polished, and chrome plated to a minimum thickness of 0.0005″, and 0.001″ per side. 
Chrome Plated bars are specifically designed to be used for most piston rod applications in hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders.

2.  Induction Hardened Chrome Plated Bars:

Our  Induction Hardened Chrome Plated Bars are produced by using advanced processing techniques usually on JIS S45C, SAE1045 or DIN CK45 steel rods, for surface removal, polishing, induction hardening, followed by hard chrome plating to a thickness minimum of 0.0005″ or 0.001″ per side. The finished product results in a superior impact resistant bar ideal for high quality piston rods capable of handling tough environments.

Applications:

Linear Motion Xihu (West Lake) Dis.s, Hydraulic cylinder rods
plastic injection molding machines, construction equipment, rubber molding machines, papermaking machines, printing machines, refrigeration equipment, foods and chemical machinery, loading equipment, fiber spinning equipment, textile machinery, agricultural equipment, automotives, shipbuilding and the like.

3. Cold Drawn Seamless Mechanical Tubing (CDS)

is a cold drawn 1571 steel tube. Produced from piercing hot rolled bar stock, the cold drawing process increases the tube’s physical properties reducing the cost of machine time. Cold drawn seamless tubing provides a better uniformed OD and ID, enhanced machinability, increased strength, and tighter tolerances compared to hot finish seamless products

Applications:

Hydraulic cylinders
Truck and Automotive parts
Heavy equipment
Agricultural components
Auto and Truck Axles, Suspension parts and shock absorbers
High Speed Shafts and rollers
Bearings and Spacers, Roll cages, and many other machined tubular parts.

If you are interested in our company, please feel free to contact us:

HangZhou CZPT PRECISION MACHINERY CO., LTD
ADD: No.217 CZPT Building, No.668 Fengting Street, HangZhou Industrial Park P.R.C
 

 http://chromedbars
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US $1.2
/ Meter
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50 Meters

(Min. Order)

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Material: Carbon Steel
Load: Drive Shaft
Stiffness & Flexibility: Stiffness / Rigid Axle
Journal Diameter Dimensional Accuracy: IT6-IT9
Axis Shape: Straight Shaft
Shaft Shape: Real Axis

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Samples:
US$ 1/Meter
1 Meter(Min.Order)

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Request Sample

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Customization:

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 Item  OD mm                                                                
Hard Chrome Rod   3 10  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  20  22  25  28  30  32  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80  85  90  100  110  120 
Induction Hard Chrome Rod  3 10  12  13  14  15  16  18  20  22  25  28  30  32  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80  85  90  100  110  120 
US $1.2
/ Meter
|
50 Meters

(Min. Order)

###

Material: Carbon Steel
Load: Drive Shaft
Stiffness & Flexibility: Stiffness / Rigid Axle
Journal Diameter Dimensional Accuracy: IT6-IT9
Axis Shape: Straight Shaft
Shaft Shape: Real Axis

###

Samples:
US$ 1/Meter
1 Meter(Min.Order)

|
Request Sample

###

Customization:

###

 Item  OD mm                                                                
Hard Chrome Rod   3 10  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  20  22  25  28  30  32  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80  85  90  100  110  120 
Induction Hard Chrome Rod  3 10  12  13  14  15  16  18  20  22  25  28  30  32  35  40  45  50  55  60  65  70  75  80  85  90  100  110  120 

What Is an Axle?

An axle is the central shaft of a vehicle that rotates a wheel or gear. It may be fixed to the wheels or to the vehicle itself, and can rotate with the wheels and gears. It may include bearings and mounting points. If the axle is fixed to the vehicle, it may have a steering or drive shaft attached.

Rear axle

The rear axle is a crucial part of your vehicle. If it fails to function correctly, it can cause major issues when driving at high speeds. This assembly can be a complicated component, and it is crucial that you find a mechanic who knows how to fix it. Rear axles require periodic gear oil replacement and bearing adjustments.
The rear axle is the final leg of the drivetrain, transferring rotational power from the driveshaft to the rear wheels. While the design of the rear axle varies between vehicles, all axles are designed to follow similar principles. Rear axles may have a single drive shaft or two. The drive shafts are mounted at either end of the axle.
The rear axle ratio is important because it affects how much fuel the truck uses. The lower the ratio, the more fuel-efficient the vehicle is. Higher numbers, like 4:10, are better for towing, but they will decrease fuel economy. When choosing a rear axle ratio, be sure to consider how much weight you’ll be hauling.
The rear axle is the most complicated part of the vehicle. It has many components and may not be easily visible. However, a properly functioning rear axle is essential for maximizing safety and performance. If you have a problem, you should contact a professional for a quick and easy fix. Even minor issues can make a significant difference in how your car or truck functions. A professional will ensure that your vehicle’s rear axle will be up to OEM standards.
Axles

Semi-floating axle

A semi-floating axle is the next step up from a stub axle. Semi-floating axles have a bearing that supports the shaft, which then floats inside the axle casing. These axles are best suited for midsize trucks. They are also lighter than full-floating axles and can be manufactured at a lower cost.
This design is most commonly found on rear-wheel-drive passenger cars and lighter trucks. The semi-floating design also allows for a wider diameter axle shaft, and it can increase axle capacity by increasing the diameter of the axle shaft. It also has a wider offset to accommodate larger tires. It can accommodate any offset, although this is usually only useful in off-road environments.
Semi-floating axles are often made with a tapered end. This helps keep the axel from twisting while providing traction. The rear hub of a semi-floating axle is usually connected to the axel via a big, strong nut. This nut also provides friction on the axel shaft.
A full-floating axle is common in 3/4-ton and 1/2-ton trucks. It is important to note, however, that almost all factory full-floating rear ends use eight-lug wheels. However, this rule is not strictly enforced and some companies, like Czpt, specialize in semi-floating axles and custom axles.
Axles

Drive shaft

A drive shaft is an important part of your vehicle’s drivetrain, which helps to transfer torque from the transmission to the drive wheels. You’ll need to know how it functions in order to properly maintain your car. Fortunately, there are a variety of different parts you can use to upgrade your drive shaft.
In order to improve the performance of your vehicle’s drivetrain, you can replace your existing drive shaft with an upgraded one. These are available in various lengths, so that you can find the right length and fit for your vehicle. Some shafts can even be customized to fit the exact length of your axle.
Generally, short axle shafts are made of solid steel. The longer ones are made of aluminum or carbon fiber. To ensure a smooth and safe ride, they are dynamically balanced to eliminate vibrations. Some models are fitted with giubo joints and universal joints to absorb shock. You can also add flex discs to improve your suspension and dampen the bucking sensation of a drive shaft.
You can tell if your drive shaft needs replacement if you hear a clicking noise while driving. This noise is often audible when the vehicle is turning sharply. You should take your vehicle to a mechanic as soon as you hear this noise, or it could lead to a costly repair. In addition to a clicking noise, your car may also be exhibiting a shuddering or vibrating sensation. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, you should take your car in for a checkup by an ASE certified technician. If you ignore these warnings, your car’s drive shaft could separate, causing you a lot of damage.
The drive shaft is attached to the axle flange by a drive shaft bolt. This is an important part of the drivetrain because it’s the only point where the drive shaft will connect to the axle. If the bolt is too long, it could be vulnerable to damage if the washers don’t fit tightly. The drive shaft socket yoke can also be easily damaged when you loosen the bolt.
Axles

U-joint

When you replace a u-joint on an axle, you need to take a few things into consideration. One of these considerations is the type of grease you’re going to use. Some of these greases are better than others, and you should always check for a quality grease before you install a new one. A good grease can help to reduce the friction and improve the temperature resistance of the part.
It’s also important to check the u-joint itself. This is the joint between the axle shaft and the wheel. If it’s not functioning properly, it could cause further problems. You should inspect the u-joint every time you change the oil in your vehicle. You can test its lubrication by pressing on the tire with a pry bar or axle stands. You can also try turning the steering wheel fully to test if the joint is loose.
A u-joint failure can leave your car inoperable, which can make driving a risky proposition. If the drive shaft loosens and falls to the ground, you could lose control of your car and risk being stranded. In some severe cases, the front of the driveshaft can even drop to the ground and lift the rear of the car, pushing the car sideways. It’s vital to check u-joints regularly, as failure of the u-joint can cause costly and frustrating car repairs.
When you notice a bad universal joint, you should consider getting it replaced immediately. The most common symptom of a bad u-joint is a clunking sound during acceleration and deceleration. You may also hear vibrations when the u-joint becomes worn and you drive the car. If you notice these symptoms, contact a qualified technician to perform a proper diagnosis.
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editor by czh 2022-11-26