Clutches & Brakes
Electromagnetic clutches and brakes
These devices use electromagnetic forces to control power and rotational motion efficiently and precisely.
Electromagnetic clutches allow the transfer of mechanical energy between two shafts by activating an excitation coil that generates a magnetic field. This magnetic force engages or disengages the friction discs of the clutch, allowing the transmission or interruption of motion.
Electromagnetic brakes, on the other hand, apply braking force through the action of electromagnetic coils, effectively controlling and stopping rotary motion.
Pneumatic clutches and brakes
These devices are widely used in industrial and automotive environments where fast response and a high level of precision are required.
Pneumatic clutches transmit power through compressed air pressure, engaging or disengaging friction elements to enable power transmission.
Pneumatic brakes, on the other hand, use compressed air to apply pressure to the braking surfaces to stop or control movement.