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INTORQ electromagnetic clutches and brakes transmit the drive torque or braking torque by friction in dry running conditions.

When the DC voltage is applied, torque transmission is achieved free from torsional backlash. The prestressed annular spring on the armature assembly ensures release without residual torque on de-energisation.

INTORQ 14.105 & 14.115 Electromagnetic Clutches & Brakes  7.5-480 Nm Distributors

14.105 Clutch & 14.115 Brake

The clutches and brakes can be used in any mounting position and are virtually maintenance-free. Depending on the friction energy used, the working air gap only needs to be checked (and corrected if necessary) at specific time intervals. Special machining of the friction surfaces ensures that the rated torques can be achieved after very few switching operations without a run-in period.

If you are looking for INTORQ Clutches & Brakes, please call us at (844) 331-9371 or email us at we will do our best to help you find the INTORQ 14.105 Clutch that you are looking for at the most competitive prices possible. If you are searching for INTORQ 14.115 Brake technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.

Lenze INTORQ 14.800-14.867 Electromagnetic Clutch-Brake Combinations Distributors

14.800-14.867 Clutch-Brake Combination

Electromagnetic clutch-brake combinations have been enjoying market success for a number of years. They are used in all areas of mechanical engineering when a production sequence has to be synchronised. As the drive runs continuously with the clutch rotor, the energy from the upstream drive can be used to accelerate the output. INTORQ 14.105/115 series electromagnetic clutches and brakes are used in these clutch-brake combinations. They are switched alternately in order to accelerate or decelerate the output shaft. Torque transmission is achieved using friction.

As well as the basic versions with free drive and output shafts and hollow shafts, clutch-brake combinations are also available with built-on three-phase AC motors and with helical or worm gearboxes mounted at the output end. The drives can be used in either a horizontal or vertical mounting position. Using preassembled units significantly reduces design costs for new developments and the time spent on mounting.

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