Magnetic couplings provide a non-contact method for torque transfer.

They are commonly employed in pumps for applications requiring a seal-less design; they prevent the escape of corrosive, toxic, or flammable liquids into the atmosphere.

Applications of magnetic disk coupling

The contactless transmission of torque through claddings of various kinds allows for example:

Power transmission for pumps, agitator assemblies and compressors into closed liquid filled containers
Power transmission for ventilators in closed containers with gas, steam or similar
Power transmission for underwater robot- handling
Transmission of round scale displays into a different medium
Avoidance of motor vibration transfers
Uncoupling of load influences at weighing processes
Standard working temperature range from -40 to +140°C (special execution up to +300°C)
The magnetic discs can also be parts in hysteresis brakes.

All magnetic disk couplings are made of stainless steel material: SUS304 / SUS316 (SUS316 on request)



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