The car clutch is located in the flywheel housing between the engine and the gearbox. The clutch assembly is fixed to the rear plane of the flywheel with screws. The output shaft of the clutch is the input shaft of the gearbox. During the running of the car, the driver can step on or release the clutch pedal as needed to temporarily separate and gradually engage the engine and the gearbox to cut off or transfer the power input by the engine to the transmission.

Description:

Mechanical parts that engage or disengage the driving shaft and the driven shaft at any time according to work requirements. It can be used to control the start, stop, speed change and reversal of the drive system of the machine. There are many types of clutches, which can be divided into:

1) Controlled Clutch

The operating methods are mechanical, electromagnetic, pneumatic, and hydraulic, such as embedded clutches (transmitting torque through the fit of teeth, teeth, or keys), friction clutches (transmitting torque by friction), and air flexible clutches (using Compressed air tires expand and contract to manipulate the clutches that the friction parts engage or disengage), electromagnetic slip clutches (generating magnetic force with exciting current to transmit torque), magnetic powder clutches (magnetizing magnetic powder with exciting coils, forming a magnetic powder chain to transmit torque).

2) Automatic Clutch

Use simple mechanical methods to automatically complete the engagement or disengagement action. It is also divided into safety clutches (the transmission shaft can be automatically separated when the transmission torque reaches a certain value, thereby preventing overload and avoiding damage to important parts of the machine), centrifugal clutches (when the When the speed reaches a certain value, due to the effect of centrifugal force, the transmission shafts can be self-coupled or separated after exceeding a certain speed), directional clutches (also known as overrunning clutches, using ratchet-pawl engagement or rollers, wedges) The wedging action transmits motion or torque in one direction. When the driving shaft is reversed or the rotation speed is lower than the driven shaft, the clutch is automatically released).

The Spare Parts we offer

  • Clutch Brakes
  • Clutch Components
  • Clutch Slave Cylinders
  • Cross Shafts & Input Shafts
  • Dual Mass Flywheels
  • Pilot Bearings
  • Release Forks
  • Re-manufactured Clutch Assemblies
  • Resurfaced Flywheels
  • Solid Flywheels

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