SEPAC, Inc. 1580 Lake Street, Elmira, NY
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SEPAC Corporate Office
1580 Lake Street
Elmira, NY 14901
(607) 732-2030
(607) 732 0273 fax
TOLL FREE: 1-800-331-3207

  • Magnetically Engaged Brakes-Tooth
  • SFTC - Stationary Field Tooth Clutch

    This SEPAC stationary field tooth clutch is designed to operate both dry and in oil. Bearings are sealed, permanently lubricated and do not require a grease fitting like some competitive clutches.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature (sliding on the adapter) toward the rotor. As the teeth engage, torque is transmitted. Springs between the armature and adapter assist in disengagement. The magnet body is held stationary by means of an anti-rotation hole as specified by the customer.

  • Rotating Field tooth Clutch

    This SEPAC rotating field tooth clutch is designed to operate both dry and in oil. No bearings are used. Current is supplied to the magnet body coil through an electrical brush and slip ring. (Grounding is accomplished internally through the magnet body to the machine shaft.)

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature (sliding on the adapter) toward the magnet body. As the teeth engage, torque is transmitted. Springs between the armature and adapter assist in disengagement.

  • Wall Mounted Tooth Clutch

    This SEPAC stationary field tooth clutch is designed to operate both dry and in oil. There are no bearings in the model which makes it suitable for higher speed applications.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature (sliding on the adapter) toward the rotor. As the teeth engage, torque is transmitted. Springs between the armature and adapter assist in disengagement. The magnet body is mounted to a wall or plate of the machine.

  • STCC - Stationary Field Tooth Clutch Coupling

    This SEPAC stationary field tooth clutch coupling is designed to operate both dry and in oil. It features a sleeve and output curb which supplies installation gently as compared to other models.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature (sliding on the adapter) toward the rotor. As the teeth engage, torque is transmitted. Springs between the armature and the adapter assist in disengagement. The magnet body is held stationary by means of an anti-rotation hole as specified by the customer.

  • SFDC - Stationary Field Disc Clutch

    This SEPAC stationary field multiple disc clutch is designed to operate both dry and in oil. Bearings used are sealed and permanently lubricated, and do not require a grease fitting like some competitive clutches.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature toward the rotor face. This causes the outer disc to be squeezed between the inner discs and the torque is transmitted from the input (rotor) to the output (spider). The magnet body is held stationary by means of an anti-rotation hole as specified by the customer.

  • RFDC - Rotating Field Disc Clutch

    This SEPAC rotating field multiple disc clutch is designed to operate both dry and in oil. No bearings are used. Current is supplied to the magnet body coil by an electrical brush through a slip ring. (Grounding is accomplished internally through the magnet body to the machine shaft.)

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature toward the magnet body face. This causes the outer disc to be squeezed between the inner discs and the torque is transmitted from the input (magnet body) to the output (spider).

  • MDFC - Multiple Disc Fan Clutch

    This SEPAC model "wet" clutch offers a wide selection of sizes, simple mounting and operation. The ERD clutch is recommended for applications in all oil atmosphere. Both 24VDC and 90VDC units are available. Maintenance free operation is featured since all wearing parts are hardened and the clutch automatically compensates for wear of disc pack.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the clutch, flux flows through the discs to the armature. This causes the outer discs to be squeezed between the inner discs and the torque is transmitted from the input (rotor) to the output (spider). The magnet body is held stationary by means of an anti-rotation hole as specified by the customer.

    Standard Bore Tolerance +.001 -.000 under 2.000/+.002 -.002 -.000 2/000 and over.

  • SEPAC TSEB

    This SEPAC low-cost power-off brake is electromagnetically released and can be used either dry or in oil depending on the type of friction material used. The relatively thin profile of these brakes compared to normal spring engaged brakes make them a perfect candidate for a variety of applications while providing a good torque to size ratio.

    OPERATION: When electric current is supplied to the coil, the armature is attracted to the magnet body releasing the disc to turn freely. When current is removed (shut off), the springs push the armature to clamp the friction disc providing the stopping torque.

  • Magnetically Engaged Brakes-Tooth

    This SEPAC magnetically engaged tooth brake is designed to operate both dry and in oil. It can be piloted either on the outside diameter or magnet body bore.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature (sliding on the adapter) toward the mag body. As the teeth engage the load is held. Springs between the armature and the adapter assist in disengagement.

  • Spring Engaged Tooth Clutch

    This SEPAC stationary field spring engaged tooth clutch is designed to operate both dry and in oil. Bearings used are sealed, permanently lubricated and do not require a grease fitting like some competitive clutches.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature toward the rotor, disengaging the teeth. When the current is turned off springs push the armature into engagement with the output plate and torque is transmitted.

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    This SEPAC stationary field spring engaged tooth clutch coupling is designed to operate both dry and in oil. It features a sleeve and output hub which simplifies installation gently as compared to other models.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature toward the rotor, disengaging the teeth. When the current is turned off springs push the armature into engagement with the hub and torque is transmitted.

  • Spring Engaged Tooth Brake

    This SEPAC stationary field spring engaged tooth brake is designed to operate both dry and in oil. It can be piloted either on the outside diameter or magnet body bore.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature toward the magnet body, disengaging the teeth. When the current is turned off springs push the armature into engagement with the output plate and the load is held.

  • Multiple Disc Brakes

    This SEPAC multiple disc brake is designed to operate both dry and in oil. The magnet body is secured to a wall or can be shaft mounted with torque arm.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the coil in the magnet body, a magnetic field is created which attracts the armature toward the magnet body face. This causes the outer discs to be squeezed between the inner discs and the drag created stops the load.

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    This spring applied brake is designed specifically for applications requiring braking when power fails or when the brake will be engaged for long periods of time.

    Spring applied clutches also available. Contact SEPAC Engineering for details.

    OPERATION:
    When current is applied to the brake, the armature is attracted toward the magnet body releasing the discs, allowing them to rotate. When current is cut to the coil, springs push the armature into engagement with the discs stopping the load.

  • HSEB - Hydraulically Released Spring Engaged Brake

    These two hydraulically released, spring engaged brakes are typical of many designs and sizes SEPAC has for a variety of applications.

    For Specific information on these or other designs, contact SEPAC Engineering.

  • Spring Engaged Brake

    This SEPAC model spring engaged brake is electromagnetically released and can be used either dry or in oil depending on the type of friction material used.

    OPERATION:
    When electrical current is supplied to the coil, the armature is attracted to the magnet body releasing the disc to turn freely. When current is stopped, springs push the armature to clamp the friction disc providing the stopping torque. Manual release screws can be provided. Many specials and options are available.

  • Permanent Magnetic Power Off Brakes

    This SEPAC low-cost permanent magnet power-off brake is designed to operate dry, has zero backlash, can provide dynamic braking as well as static holding and has a high torque density to size ratio.

    OPERATION: When electrical current is supplied to the coil, the armature is released allowing the armature plate or disc to turn freely. When current is removed (shut off), the permanent magnet creates lines of flux that attract the armature providing the stopping torque.

  • MSEB - Motor Spring Engaged Brake

    This SEPAC low-cost manual release power-off brake is designed to operate dry and easily mounts to a motor or frame. The brake includes a manual release lever which provides an override in the absence of power as well and a dust cover to help keep the friction surface free of debris. A torque adjustment collar also allows the torque to be manually adjusted based on the application.

    OPERATION: When electrical current is supplied to the coil, the armature is attracted to the magnet body releasing the disc to turn freely. When current is removed (shut off), springs push the armature to clamp the friction disc providing the stopping torque.