What is a Collecting Ring?
A collecting ring is a type of ring that is used to collect and transmit power from a rotating shaft to a stationary component. It is composed of a ring of metal or plastic, which is attached to the rotating shaft, and a stationary contact which is connected to the stationary component. Collecting rings are widely used in various industries such as automotive, aerospace, and industrial machinery.
Types of Collecting Rings
There are several types of collecting rings available in the market. The most common type is the single-pole collecting ring, which is composed of a single ring of metal or plastic connected to the rotating shaft. Other types include double-pole collecting rings, which are composed of two rings of metal or plastic connected to the rotating shaft; and triple-pole collecting rings, which are composed of three rings of metal or plastic connected to the rotating shaft.
Applications of Collecting Rings
Collecting rings are widely used in various industries for power transmission. They are used in automotive applications such as power steering systems and in aerospace applications such as aircraft engines. They are also used in industrial machinery such as pumps, compressors, and generators.
HS Code for Electrical Slip Ring
The HS code for electrical slip rings is 8543.70.90. This code is used to classify electrical slip rings, which are used in power transmission applications. The HS code for electrical slip rings is used by customs authorities to classify and assess import duties and taxes on electrical slip rings.