Transmit torque through barrier

Addison, Ill. —MDC/MSV magnetic synchronous torque-limiting clutches transmit torque through housings, cabinets, or other sealed applications. Two disks (or cylinders) lined with permanent magnets oppose each other across the barrier and an air gap. "Servo-quality" torque is produced as one disk or cylinder rotates relative to the other.

01/01/1970


Addison, Ill. —MDC/MSV magnetic synchronous torque-limiting clutches transmit torque through housings, cabinets, or other sealed applications. Two disks (or cylinders) lined with permanent magnets oppose each other across the barrier and an air gap. "Servo-quality" torque is produced as one disk or cylinder rotates relative to the other. MDC disk-type clutches produce 17-256 lb-in. torque, with 0.125-1.14 in. OD shafts. MSV cylinder-type units (smaller cylinder rotates inside the larger without touching) offer 440-8,850 lb-in. torque, with 0.75-2.5 in. shafts. Nominal air gap is 0.25-in. for the above ratings.

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