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Disc clutch G series
electromagneticspringwith bearings

disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
disc clutch
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Characteristics

Type
disc
Operation
electromagnetic, spring
Other characteristics
with bearings
Torque

Min.: 4.5 Nm (3.319 ft.lb)

Max.: 280 Nm (206.5174 ft.lb)

Rotational speed

Min.: 2,000 rpm (12,566.37 rad.min-1)

Max.: 8,000 rpm (50,265.48 rad.min-1)

Description

Depending on the size of the clutch, the installation must provide for an air gap of between 0.2 and 0.5 mm between the drive hub and the armature disc. If a SUCO output drive hub is not used, it is important to ensure that there are clearance holes to accommodate the rivet heads when installing the armature disc. The armature disc is centred by the screws which hold the spring disc to the output component. When the armature disc is installed, it must remain free to move axially against the return spring. Construction and mode of operation The basic model of electromagnetic clutch with bearing consists of stator body with cast-in coil and connection cable, the input drive hub with support bearing, and the armature disc to which the return spring is riveted. Because it contains a bearing, it is not necessary to center the stator body on the input drive hub when using this model. Clutch with input drive hub Basic version without output drive hub. Connection to output side by screws. Clutch with input and output drive hub Basic version with axial output drive (mounted on one shaft). Output drive hub with bearings. Clutch with input & output drive hub Basic version with axial output drive (shaft - shaft).

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