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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
LWCB 828300   Nexen Group, Inc. Pneumatic Brake and Clutch Assemblies Description: LWCB*1.000,2-3V GRV,04.50 OD. Product Number: 828300. Family Features: Driven Shaft Mounted, Straight Bore, Double Piston, Air Engaged, Clutch Brakes
FWCB 827000   Nexen Group, Inc. Pneumatic Brake and Clutch Assemblies Description: FWCB*0.875,1'A' GRV,04.40 PD. Product Number: 827000. Family Features: Driven Shaft Mounted, Straight Bore, Double Piston, Air Engaged, Clutch Brakes
LWCB 828800   Nexen Group, Inc. Pneumatic Brake and Clutch Assemblies Description: LWCB*1.000,2'A' GRV,05.40 PD. Product Number: 828800. Family Features: Driven Shaft Mounted, Straight Bore, Double Piston, Air Engaged, Clutch Brakes
M6R2G-STL   Mach III Clutch, Inc. Pneumatic Clutches Stationary air housing, adapter for mounting to bearing supported device
M4G2R-STL   Mach III Clutch, Inc. Pneumatic Clutches Stationary air housing, coupling for applications with no misalignment
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  • Electric clutches on the go
    into the rotor and armature. Slots, called banana slots, allow the flux to contact the rotor and armature in more than two places. Multiple points of flux connection increase the torque of a clutch. Switching off power to the coil disengages the clutch. Springs between the armature and hub allow an air gap
  • The Basics of Electromagnetic Clutches and Brakes
    on magnetic field strength, air gap, and inertia. * Burnishing increases initial clutch or brake torque, and overexcitation cuts response time. Getting a grip on clutch and brake selection , " MACHINE DESIGN, Sept. 9, 1999 People use electromagnetic (EM) clutches and brakes every day and often don't
  • Make It Last: Maximizing the Service Life of Industrial Air and Spring Actuated Friction Clutches and Brakes
    Determining how long a friction clutch or brake will last has much to do with application. Cycle rates, revolutions per minute and the air pressure required to produce the torque to drive or stop the load are just a few of the considerations. Assuming the unit has been properly sized
  • Choosing Between Air and Electric Clutch-Brakes
    With two leading technologies on the market, machine builders must perform a detailed evaluation of each option prior to incorporating one into their designs.
  • Application Considerations: Pneumatic or Electric Brakes & Clu
    What are the main differences between pneumatic brake and clutch assemblies versus electric brake and clutch assemblies? Pneumatic clutches and brakes use air cylinders to actuate and provide the normal force to transmit torque. They require 30-80 PSI of a clean compressed air...
  • A fan of fuel savings
    permanent magnets to couple to and rotate the fan at a particular speed. Powering a coil rotates the fan at shaft speed. Viscous-type fan clutches provide a certain amount of fan control. Here, a bimetal strip on a fan hub senses temperature changes of air passing through the radiator. The strip
  • Hysteresis
    Hysteresis uses noncontact magnetic fields to apply resistance or engage load rotation. Torque loading may be applied independently of shaft speed. The magnetic torque is frictionless because the magnetic flux field operates in the air gap between the rotor and the stationary poles. Brakes
  • 2009 Concept Cars Run on Electricity
    performance. Centrally located injectors are said to deliver better fuel-air mixing than the side injectors of previous generations. Twin-independent variable-camshaft timing (TI-VCT) also helps cut fuel consumption by about 5% while delivering good low-end torque. These systems combine with a dry

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