Posted on February 13, 2017 - ( views)
In order to protect high-quality machine components in the drive chain from overload, ENEMAC offers a wide range of mechanical torque limiters for all areas of technology.
ENEMAC torque limiters interrupt the torque transmission within seconds. The separation of drive and output is purely mechanical and is therefore independent of power failures and similar faults. A variant designed for narrow installation space is the axially short-built safety coupling ECU. It isolates exactly to the point by the use of disc springs, which guarantee a large setting range without changing the discs. One tab location per revolution in the well-engineered ball-lock principle ensures separation of the drive chain within a few angular degrees and the automatic re-engagement after 360°.
The stroke of the balls can be requested by the use of a proximity switch and the resulting signal can be given to the control, which shuts down the drive. In order to keep the ECU as compact as possible, it is fastened to the shaft using a keyway connection. Output parts are mounted on the drive shaft and screwed to the flange ring for torque transmission. 18 sizes between 1.8 Nm and 9000 Nm disengagement torque are available. The shaft can offer a diameter of up to 110 mm. Smaller disc diameters are available on request.
Daimler Ring 42
Miniature coupling for a wide field of applications
Enemac presents a system especially engineered for belt drives
For compensating radial offset or axial displacement
With extended torque range that allows applications on accurate drives as they occur in printing machines, main spindle drives for machine tools, as well as in general engineering
Combines advantages of the synchronous coupling with the short configuration of a slipping coupling
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