Clutches for (dis)engagement of various Applications In-Line Clutches Direct In-Line drives with integrated electric clutch pack Flywheel mounted Engine front side mounted ...
The VULKAN MESLU clutch is a pneumatically operated double-cone friction clutch for dry running. It is backlash-free, possesses no rubbing surfaces in its internal construction that could be subject to ...
... coupling with a Desch Planox clutch. The VULASTIK L coupling is available in different stiffness ratings so the drive system can be perfectly tuned in terms of torsional vibration. The Planox clutch is ...
These clutches are mechanical dog clutches, oil immersed. Operation is by lever, which can be connected to a cable for remote operation from say a wheelhouse or cab. A variety of hydraulic pumps can be ...
Hydraulic Clutches Oil operated, multidisc type NKHU. Torque range 1 250 60 000 Nm. Stand-alone unit with co-axial shaft offset, and mechanical oil pressure pump, cooler and filter. The clutches are ...
... self-energisation like drum clutch designs. Ideally suited for high inertia loads such as main propulsion drives where smooth controlled starts are needed. The Wichita Standard Ventilated Clutch combines ...
The Wichita Air-Tube Disc Clutch combines all the best features of the disc type clutch with all the advantages of the direct air engagement. The simplest and most trouble-free method of applying air ...
How to choose this product
A clutch allows the engine's mechanical energy to be transmitted to or disconnected from the propeller shaft. A ships clutch is significantly larger than other types, given the significant dimensions of ship engines. NauticExpo offers hydraulic, centrifugal, mechanical and other ships clutches.
When engaged, the clutch transmits the engine's rotation to the propeller shaft. When disengaged, it allows the engine to run without turning the shaft. Thus, the engine can drive an alternator to produce electricity, for example, while the vessel remains stationary.
The complex clutch mechanism is mounted between the engine and the propeller shaft. Friction and hydraulic clutches operate in different manners.
How to choose
Engine characteristics, such as size and rotational rate, will determine choice of clutch. Hydraulic clutches do not suffer from the friction-induced wear and power losses of other types. This makes them more durable.