Elbe to Feature New Product

Friday, October 31, 2003
Elbe & Sohn, Incorporated will exhibit its full range of drive shafts, universal joints, power transmission yokes and more in Booth Number 674 at The International Workboat Show, December 3-5, 2003 in New Orleans. The Elbe & Sohn staff of sales and application engineers will be on hand to provide driveline systems and solutions to OEM’s and end-users alike. Elbe can now match output flanges for most marine transmissions, and the DIN style flange is standard on many jet drives and reduction gears. Elbe shafts are also available in wing style and SAE sizes, for drive shafts up to 24,000 Nm capacities, including 3 available sizes of constant velocity joints and 3 sizes of direct connect flanges for ZF® marine transmissions, designed specifically for the commercial marine industry.
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