Electromagnetic Clutches

Sept. 24, 2009
Electromagnetic clutches handle torque and speed requirements of most small to midsize gas and diesel engines up to 40 hp and engine shaft sizes of 1, 11/8, 1¼, and 17/16 in.

Electromagnetic clutches handle torque and speed requirements of most small to midsize gas and diesel engines up to 40 hp and engine shaft sizes of 1, 11/8, 1¼, and 17/16 in. The clutches mount right onto the engine shaft, handle the vibration and temperature of small gas or diesel engines, and then either drive components directly or through a belt.

Ogura Industrial Corp.
Box 5790
Somerset, NJ 08875
(732) 271-7371
www.ogura-clutch.com

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