Metric clutches and brakes

  • 04-Mar-2009 11:06 EST
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Danaher Motion offers restriction-of-hazardous-substances-compliant Deltran MCS/MBF Series metric clutches and brakes in diameters from 63 to 280 mm (2.5 to 11 in) with torque ratings from 5.5 to 500 N•m (4 to 370 lb•ft) in seven frame sizes. Available with a selection of digital input metric bores and standard keyways, the MCS/MBF series also features a zero backlash armature design, provides static or dynamic engagement, and is rated for use in operating temperatures from -10 to +40°C (+14 to +104°F). Clutches and brakes are suitable for OEMs producing around 1000 machines annually or as a drop-in replacement in material handling, packaging, robotics, and factory automation applications. Customized versions also are available.

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