A clutch (or friction clutch) is a device which transmits motion between two kinematic systems rotating at different angular speeds.
We produce the following types of clutch:
- Multiple disc (multidisc), mainly for oil bath and dry applications at low speed.
- Single-disc, only for dry applications.
They can be controlled in the following ways:
They can operate in the following ways:
the control connects the transmission; the clutch engages when oil, air or voltage is supplied.
- NEGATIVE (spring-applied):
the control disconnects the transmission; the clutch disengages when oil, air or voltage is supplied.