Energise to engage electromagnetic disc clutches and brakes suit industrial duties to connect, disconnect, stop and hold. They are engaged by applying a DC current, usually 24V DC, and transmit torque by dry friction. Our partner INTORQ manufacture these models for torques from 7.5 to 480Nm. Higher torques up to 2000Nm are manufactured by Moenninghoff GmbH (also known as Mönninghoff and Monninghoff). These disc clutches and brakes are sometimes called pole face models. They have fast response times, zero backlash and give release without residual torque. Electronic control is easy to achieve.
Tooth clutches and brakes transmit slip-free torque in compact dimensions. Engagement is made at standstill or low speed. Various types designed and manufactured by Moenninghoff include electric and pneumatic actuation, energise to engage and energise to release. Special functions such as synchronisation of input to output and torque limiting can be readily achieved.
INTORQ types 14.105, 14.115 Electromagnetically engaged friction clutches and brakes for general duties with long life. These clutches and brakes suit both static and dynamic duties. Supply voltage is normally 24V.
These INTORQ disc clutches and brakes are designed for operation in dry conditions. They suit varied industrial machinery where part of the drive has to be engaged or disconnected. They are backlash free when engaged.
Moenninghoff type 450 pole face friction clutches give high torques in small dimensions. They have a high resistance to contamination which suits them to mobile applications such as pumps, power take-offs and agricultural machinery.
Electromagnetic tooth clutches and brakes, also spring applied, backlash free and pneumatic models.
The range of Moenninghoff (also Mönninghoff and Monninghoff) industrial toothed clutches and brakes is extensive. They give positive engagement and can synchronise input to output. Most models are engaged by 24V DC current but there are also models for 6 bar pneumatic engagement. In addition spring applied toothed clutches with electromagnetic or pneumatic release are available.
These clutch brake combinations are used to stop and start machine sections from a constantly running drive. They comprise of an electromagnetic clutch and separate electromagnetic brake in a single housing.