Kop-Flex® brand disc, diaphragm, and gear couplings satisfy a variety of demanding applications. These include turbines, compressors, generators, and pumps. They can be found in many industries including petrochemical, refinery, power generation, gas pipeline, and LNG.

In addition, Kop-Flex offers the unique POWERLIGN® torque measurement system designed to help optimize output while reducing operating and maintenance cost.

Jaure S.A., is a European leader in the production of flexible couplings and transmission elements. They were formed in 1958. In 2006 they became part of Power Transmission Solutions, partnering with Kop-Flex. This combination provides global solutions for applications requirements in the most demanding sectors of the world couplings market. Products range from:

• Gear
• Grid
• Jaw
• Elastomer disc
• Universal joints
• Made-to-order couplings

Kop-Flex, Browning, Jaure, and Morse brand couplings offer the most extensive breadth of product available in the industry. They also provide custom designs and engineering for specific applications. By applying the skill and expertise of our engineering staff, we are able to troubleshoot problematic applications.

Flexible couplings are used to transmit torque from one shaft to another when the two shafts are slightly misaligned. Flexible couplings can accommodate varying degrees of misalignment.
Transmit torque through a thin, scalloped flexible disc pack.
The Jaure® COMPOLINK® couplings are the result of combining the best features found in steel disc and elastomeric couplings.
No lubrication and virtually no maintenance
Rigid coupling connects to shafts within a motor or a mechanical system.
Jaure develops its products and technologies through innovation, development and continuous product improvement. Kop-Flex offers the broadest range of high performance couplings available in the market today.
Kop-Flex developed greases especially for use as shaft coupling lubricants. Kop-Flex® offers greases with special qualities. Most commercial grease formulations will not ensure adequate performance and are not ideal coupling lubricants.