Examples of installation & Application
Applications and Torque Ranges
Machine tools (lathes, drills, millers, multi-purpose auto-finishing machines), construction machinery, forging machinery, transportation machinery, wood-working machinery, boats, special-purpose vehicles(PTOs) and other production equipment.
Standard Friction Torque
Clutch = 0.3kgm ~ 20kgm
Brake = 0.3kgm ~ 20kgm
Other models and specifications are available on request.
Checkpoints before installation
Most clutches and brakes include some soft or fragile materials.
Ensure against loss or damage to part.
Do not force or crimp lead wires.
Checkpoints during installation
Consult JIS B H7 specifications on installing the clutch and brake on the shaft. These must be securely attached to the long side of the shaft with no play.
When removing a core, exercise caution to maintain alignment between the driving and driven cores. If the cores are misaligned or at an angle the effective life of the unit will be severely affected.
Alignment tolerance varies for different models but is generally less that 5/100.The magnetic top plate is used simply to prevent rotation and should not be firmly attached to the long end of the shaft.
Consult Figure 2 for positioning of the coupler and clutch body.In addition, bolts used to hold the coupler in place should no be too long, to avoid making contact with the clutch.
Screws should be tightly fastened in installing the clutch and used with the locknut.
Centerline alignment of the brake and main body and the shaft should be within 0.04mm, and installation surface should be within 0.05mm of a right angle to the shaft.
Position the internal brace in line with the segmental shaft or the bearing race.
When making an installation in a gear box or housing, design a cover where possible to facilitate inspection and maintenance of the clutch.