Electromagnetic clutches with custom shafts -- Ogura Industrial Corp.

Jan. 5, 2010
Those who use MC-style electromagnetic clutches can now specify custom shafts instead of standard 400-Series stainless.
Those who use MC-style electromagnetic clutches can now specify custom shafts instead of standard 400-Series stainless. The MC Series clutches are typically ball-bearing mounted for both field assembly and timing pulley input.Shaft ends can be configured to user requirements, such as D flats and snap-ring grooves. Rollers, bearings, and bearing supports are also available. These subassemblies are primarily used for document handling in business and office machinery.Ogura Industrial Corp., Box 5790, Somerset, NJ 08875, (732) 271-7371, www.ogura-clutch.com

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