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Friction clutch COMBINORM C
electromagneticflange-mounted

friction clutch
friction clutch
friction clutch
friction clutch
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Characteristics

Type
friction
Operation
electromagnetic
Other characteristics
flange-mounted
Torque

Min.: 0.5 Nm (0.3688 ft.lb)

Max.: 500 Nm (368.7811 ft.lb)

Description

COMBINORM COMBINORM offers a complete range of brakes, clutches and combinations as integral and add-on components for applications in machines, installations and equipment. COMBINORM B operating current-actuated brakes are the most economic solution for braking and stopping loads for flange- and shaft-mounted installation in machines and installations. COMBINORM C operating current-actuated clutches use the force flow concentrated on two pole faces of an electromagnet for non-positive connection of shafts and loads connected to these. COMBINORM T As a positive structure with interlocked rotors and anchor parts, maximum torque is transmitted within a small assembly space. Properties ■ Voltages from 24 V, different voltage (optional) ■ Torque range 0.5 to 500 Nm ■ Compact, maintenance-free design ■ Backlash free ■ Wide temperature- and voltage range ■ Long service life ■ Certified according to C-CSA-us COMBINORM C the switchable shaft connections are proven millions of times in the machine building and allow the controlled connection and disconnection of functional parts in an especially easy manner. Electromagnets according to ISO class B with rated voltage of 24 V DC create a flux, whose effect leads over the pole surfaces of the rotors and armatures. Available on request in various special voltages. Range of application: e.g. paper processing, winding drives, door and gate systems, feed strapping machines, sorting machines

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