Torque Adjustment, Alarm Triggering And Corrosion Resistance Are Features Unique to Zero-Max H-TLC Torque Limiter Models – Call 763-546-4300 For FREE Brochure
Mar 26, 2014
Plymouth, Minnesota: Zero-Max H-TLC torque limiters have consistent and repeatable disengagement features and can withstand corrosive environments and operate dependably in wide temperature ranges. They are an excellent substitute for friction type torque limiters.
The H-TLC is fully adjustable to handle a range of torque settings should changes be needed in the system. Simply adjust the unit’s external compression bolts. The unit also can be set up quickly and easily to trigger alarms or automatic system shutdown by inserting a special actuating disc accessory.
The H-TLC torque limiter operates on a spring-loaded convex pin and detent design that reacts to overloads in the system. It is effective in temperatures ranging from -40°F to +180°F. Applications include a wide range of machinery including food processing, packaging and printing systems.
Available in models to handle torque from 4 inch lbs. up to 500 inch lbs., there are six H-TLC sizes and two models in bore sizes from .250” through 1.000” (7 mm through 25 mm). All are bi-directional.
Zero-Max H-TLC torque limiters are a cost-effective way to protect expensive and complex drive systems from torque overloads. Zero-Max has over 40 years experience designing and manufacturing torque limiters for all types and size applications.
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Zero-Max, 13200 Sixth Avenue North, Plymouth, Minnesota 55441-5509. Fax: 763-546-8260.