Clutches and Brakes

Power Supplies: AC or DC Side Switching

SYNOPSIS: A review of why an application will most easily use either switching on the AC or the DC side of the power supply.

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Magnetic Particle Clutches and Brakes

SYNOPSIS:  A review of magnetic particle design considerations and constraints.

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Burnishing Electromagnetic Clutches and Brakes

SYNOPSIS: An explanation of burnishing and why it is important to proper operation of clutches and brakes.

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SF/SFC Flange Mount or Bearing Mount

SYNOPSIS: The SF & SFC clutches & clutch couplings are available in flange or bearing mounted assemblies. This webinar explains the differences and why bearing mount is preferred.

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Why Not PC/PCC?

SYNOPSIS: PC and PCC clutch designs have been available for decades. this webinar reviews why these may not be the best application solution in the 2020s

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Customer Shall Maintain!

SYNOPSIS: Basic Design clutches and brakes are customer assembled. In many there are key dimensions the customer must maintain for the unit to work properly. This short webinar explains the why and how of it.

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Standard CB or Super SCB!

SYNOPSIS: What makes the Super so Super? How to tell the difference and when to use one or the other.

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The Need for Coil Suppression!

SYNOPSIS: If customers use their own power source to power their clutches and brakes, adding coil suppression to the circuit is needed. This course explains the why and the how.

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Warner Electric Friction Material: What It Is & Where It Is Used

SYNOPSIS: LK friction material is an option for Warner Electric clutches and brakes. This webinar explains where it may add value and what the trade offs are for its use.

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Warner Electric Clutches and Brakes: Key Torque Terms Explained

SYNOPSIS: This course will explain the differences between static torque, dynamic torque and maximum torque.

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