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What Are The Benefits Of The Slip Clutch

During fast deceleration and continuous downshifting, when the wheel speed remains unchanged, the low gear suddenly accelerates the speed of the main shaft, and the clutch drum (driven wheel) connected to it also accelerates suddenly. At this time, the bevel pushes the clutch pressure plate away, the clutch plate is temporarily separated, and the connection between the engine and the gearbox is cut off. In driving, in addition to the power of the engine, there will also be an inertial power, which will cause a reverse torque, making the car frustrated. Because the sliding clutch is equipped with a set of meshing gear sets, which can offset part of the reverse torque, which is impossible for ordinary clutches.Get more news about wholesale slip clutch,you can vist our website!
Slip clutches typically contain multiple layers within a compact, disc-like mechanism that includes pressure plates, friction plates, and springs. All Polyclutch® slip clutches perform the basic function of controlling the torque between two elements. They can be supplied as a shaft-to-shaft coupling or a shaft to pulley, gear, or sprocket model. Polyclutch custom slip clutches can be provided with non-standard bore sizes, keyways, low backlash or higher torque, minus housings and with pulley, gear or sprocket. Imagination and ingenuity have resulted in the development of additional slip clutch variations.

How Does a Slip Clutch Work?
Torque is controlled by changing the pressure applied to the clutch pack. In an adjustable style clutch, the torque level is controlled by compressing the springs with the adjusting nut. In a fixed style clutch, a collar is attached to the hub in a fixed position, and the torque level is set by pushing and locking the spring collar to a calibrated position.

Tolerances, Backlash & Break-In
All slip clutch torques are calibrated to +/- 20% but can be held to closer tolerances. Please discuss your requirements with Dynatect engineering.

Backlash of 6° is standard for Slipper models and 2° for the Slip-Ease models. Slipper models can be held to 2° if required.

Our proprietary burn-in process insures that all clutches will perform consistently right out of the box, with no break-in period required.

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