Hydraulic Clutches Are Called According To Different Divisions


    The hydraulic clutch can be divided into rotary hyd […]

    The hydraulic clutch can be divided into rotary hydraulic cylinders and fixed hydraulic cylinders according to the structure. The former is compact in structure and small in size, but due to the rotation of the hydraulic cylinder, the moment of inertia is large, the oil inlet joint is complicated, and the oil in the hydraulic cylinder has centrifugal force during rotation, which makes the oil pressure on the piston unevenly distributed.

    Because the hydraulic cylinder does not rotate, the moment of inertia of the fixed hydraulic cylinder is small, the oil intake structure is simple and reliable, the operation cycle is also fast, and the return spring force can be smaller, but the external size is large, and a large thrust bearing is required, and the manufacturing is relatively complicated.

    At the same time, the hydraulic clutch can be divided into tooth type and friction type according to the working principle of the engagement element transmission. The jaw clutch is to use the teeth on the end faces of the two halves of the clutch to engage or disengage each other to achieve the clutch of the main and driven shafts. The advantages are that the transmission torque is large, the size is small, the structure is simple, and there is no slippage during operation, which can ensure the synchronous rotation of the main and driven parts without friction loss.

    The friction clutch is to use the friction between the engaging elements to achieve the purpose of transmission. The advantage is that the clutching and closing are stable, soft and without impact, and the clutching and closing can be carried out under high speed difference.

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