Overrunning Clutches

ueberholkupplung neuFor multiple-machine drivers or to separate the mass inertia from a powered machine after it has been switched off. In this function the free-wheel interrupts the connection when the driven part runs faster than the operating part.

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Application overrunning clutches

  • Type of drive motor
  • Torque / nominal torque of electric motors
  • In combustion engines, please consult 
  • Nominal torque 
  • Range of drive speed 
  • Mass moment of inertia "J" of the driven masses 
  • Range of overrunning 
  • Number of starting processes, based on the life time 
  • Shaft diameter

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Application non return devices

  • Number of circuits per minute 
  • Switching angle 
  • Static torque 
  • Mass moment of inertia "J" of the driven masses 
  • Maximum acceleration of the drive 
  • Number of shifts in relation to the life time
  • Shaft diameter

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Application backstops

  • Static back torque 
  • Maximum dynamic reverse torque due to the elasticity of the locked parts (e.g. belt conveyor pump station/drive
  • Range of overrunning 
  • Number of load bearing within the lifetime 
  • Shaft diameter

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