Bi-directional Torque Limiters and Slip Clutches Datasheets

EC Series Wrap Spring Clutch -- Model EC15
from GEEPLUS Inc.

Wrap spring clutches are used in applications where several axis need to be engaged/disengaged and synchronised to a rotating main drive axis. By using gears other speeds can also be realised. Typical examples for applications are paper transportation in printers, copiers or money handling and money... [See More]

  • Features: Bidirectional (optional feature)
  • Torque: 1.3
  • Device: Slip clutch / Disengagement Torque Limiter (optional feature); Overrunning; Freewheeling
  • Power: 0.0034
Bi-directional Overrunning Clutches
from Hilliard Corporation (The)

Roller-Ramp concept allows the driven member of a machine to run ahead of the input, regardless of the direction of rotation. Automatically senses driving direction and shifts to driving or overrunning modes. Applications: The Hilliard Bi-Directional Clutch offers a coupling solution for industrial... [See More]

  • Features: Bidirectional
  • Shaft: In-line
  • Device: Overrunning
  • Mounting: Through
10 Inch Industrial Flange Unit -- 4DIN285-14
from Power Train Savers

Flange units easily installed into any flanged connection system [See More]

  • Features: Adjustable Torque; Bidirectional
  • Torque: 20000.0 to 60000.0
  • Device: Shear Torque Limiter
  • Shaft: In-line
H-TLC Torque Limiter -- H-TLC 1000 Red
from Zero-Max

H-TLC operates on the same basic principle as Torq-Tender, except the torque setting Is adjustable and it uses polymer materials in its major components to resist corrosion. If operating conditions require periodic changes in torque settings, the H-TLC gives you that ability. Simply adjust the... [See More]

  • Features: Adjustable Torque; Bidirectional; Automatic Re-engagement; Slip Indication
  • Torque: 140.0 to 350.0
  • Device: Slip clutch / Disengagement Torque Limiter
  • Engagement: Pawl Detent