- Low noise level by guided pins
- Easy to service
- Performance factor 1.0
Construction and mode of operation
The cylindrical hub carries two flyweights, which are located by and can slide on cylindrical pins. The tension springs are attached outside the flyweights to lining carriers. The tension springs restrain the flyweights until centrifugal force overcomes the spring force. Then the flyweights lift from their seats and the linings contact the inside diameter of the clutch drum. Friction between the linings and the clutch drum allows torque to be transmitted.
- cylindrical hub
- cylindrical pin
- tension springs
- lining carriers
- clutch drum
Performance data and dimensions
|Type Number||D [mm]||B [mm] 1||d max. [mm]||standard bore|
d [mm] (inch) 2
|Standard rotational speed|
|M at nE 750 and|
nB 1500 [Nm]
|M at nE 1250 and|
nB 2500 [Nm]
|M at nE 1500 and|
nB 3000 [Nm]
|W08||125||20||40||20; 30 (1 1/2)||14.0||1.0||38.5||5.0||55||8.5|
|W10||150||25||60||38; (1 1/8)||36.5||3.0||102||13||145||23|
1) The transmitted power increases as the width B is increased.
2) Tapered bores and special dimensions can be manufactured on request.
3) Motor power is calculated using a safety factor of 2.
Final selection of the clutch should be accomplished by SUCO!
d = bore dia.
d max. = max. bore dia.
B = flyweight width
D = inside dia. of drum
M = torque
nE = engagement speed
nB = operating speed