Disc Couplings – Disc type couplings consist of two opposing discs with powerful rare earth magnets. The torque applied to one disc is transferred through an air gap to the other disc. Because of its simple flat design, you can have angular misalignment of up to 3º or parallel misalignment up to ¼” and still transmit nearly full rotational torque. You could also fabricate an inexpensive flat barrier to separate the atmospheres or fluids surrounding the two discs. This is our simplest and most versatile coupling.
Hysteresis Magnetic Coupling, Permanent Magnetic Couplings, Hysterisis Face to Face Coupling, Hysterisis Linear Coaxial Coupling, Hysterisis Linear Planar Coupling Side by Side, Magnetic Hysterisis Coaxial Coupling Hysteresis Magnetic Coupling – As a hybrid of the Class 1 and Class 2 technologies, this coupling is typically used in an asynchronous fashion as a force limiter, but can be utilized in […]Disc Couplings
Eddy Current Magnetic Coupling, Asynchronous Magnetic Coupling, Eddy Current Linear Planar Coupling Side by Side, Magnetic Eddy Current Coupling Face to Face, Eddy Current Linea Coaxial Magnetic Coupling, Permanent Magnetic Coupling Drive Manufacturer Eddy Current Magnetic Coupling – This coupling is an asynchronous version that relies on a speed mismatch between the driver and follower to produce a force. An array […]Disc Couplings
Synchronous Magnetic Coupling, Magnetic Synchronous Coupling, Permanent Magnetic Couplings, Synchronous Magnetic Clutches, Syncronous Coaxial Coupling, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Couplings Pump, Face to Face Coupling, Synchronous Magnetic Coupling – Provide synchronous connection to transmit torque and speed for all manufacturing applications. Available in shaft-to-shaft, disk or shaft-flange styles, these clutches transmit force with no physical contact. They are even capable […]Disc Couplings