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    30mm Friction Torque Limiter

    Recommended torque limiter is equipped with a 30mm plain bore and 116~569 N.m or 223~1080 N.m high torque range. The friction disc torque limiter has a long service life, large transmission torque, and a wide range of applications, specially designed for mechanical automation equipment.
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    Hot selling small 30mm friction torque limiter is a safety overload protector with116~569 N.m or 223~1080 N.m torque range, suitable for conveyor systems, power transmission systems, agricultural machinery, etc.


    Model ATO-CTL700-1 ATO-CTL700-2
    Torque Range 116~569 N.m 223~1080 N.m
    O.D. of Bush  105 - 0.036 105 - 0.071
    Bore for Centre Member  105 + 0.054 105 + 0
    Bush Length 8.0 22.0
    Weight 9.44kg
    Plain Bore  30
    Max. Bore 64
    Max. Speed 2100 rpm
    Adjustment Bolt M10xP1.0 (3pcs)

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Torque limiter dimension

    D DH L I T t S (Max)  A C
    178 M95 98 24 7.0 3.2 29 6.5 -


    The recommended 30mm friction torque limit coupling is utilized to prevent damage to machinery and equipment by limiting torque levels during overload conditions, ensuring safety and protecting critical components in various industrial settings. 

    Tips: Friction vs. Sprocket Torque Limiter

    Friction Torque Limiter: A friction torque limiter relies on a friction-based mechanism to protect machinery and equipment from excessive torque. It operates by creating controlled friction between its internal components, which slip when the torque exceeds a predetermined limit, disengaging the torque transmission. Friction torque limiters are known for their versatility and adjustability, allowing for precise control of torque levels in a wide range of applications.

    Sprocket Torque Limiter: A sprocket torque limiter, on the other hand, is a type of torque limiter that uses sprockets and a chain to disengage torque when an overload occurs. It typically consists of two sprockets connected by a chain. When an overload or excessive torque is applied, the chain tension increases, causing the sprockets to separate and interrupt the torque transmission. Sprocket torque limiters are often used in applications where sprocket and chain drives are prevalent, providing protection against torque spikes and overloads in such systems.

    In summary, while both types of torque limiters serve the common purpose of protecting machinery from damage due to excessive torque, they achieve this through different mechanisms: friction-based slippage for friction torque limiters and chain disengagement for sprocket torque limiters. The choice between the two depends on the specific requirements and characteristics of the machinery or system in which they are used.

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