Bi-directional Torque Limiters and Slip Clutches Datasheets

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
Flexible Torque Limiter Coupling -- T6H2G-STL
from Mach III Clutch, Inc.

Operation. Mechanically adjustable, continuously engaged friction torque limiter slips in the event of an overload. Torque at which limiter will slip is field adjustable through the tightening or loosening of a nut. Adjustment nut is locked in place by set screws when desired torque setting is... [See More]

  • Features: Adjustable Torque; Bidirectional
  • Torque: 620.0 to 6140.0
  • Device: Slip clutch / Disengagement Torque Limiter
  • Rotary Speed: 1750
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