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DUO-TOUCH Two Hand Control Module
Module connects to STB switches, monitoring the outputs of each button, preventing an output signal if it detects a fault and de-energizing when the operator removes one or both hands.
Self-Checking Touch Buttons
Touch-activated photoelectric switches are self-checking to ensure reliability. Because they require no physical pressure to operate, they prevent stress on hands and wrists.
Torque Limiters
A torque limiter is an automatic device that protects mechanical equipment, or its work, from damage by mechanical overload. A torque limiter may limit the torque by slipping (as in a friction plate slip-clutch), or uncouple the load entirely (as in a shear pin). The action of a torque limiter is especially useful to limit any damage due to crash stops and jams.

Torque limiters may be packaged as a shaft coupling or as a hub for sprocket or sheave.

A torque limiting device is also known as an overload clutch.
Bevel Gear Boxes
Our ranges of bevel gearboxes transmit rotary mechanical power through ninety degrees or split power from one input drive to two or three output drives.

They use precision-cut spiral bevel gears to deliver a smooth and quiet transmission with an efficiency of up to 98%, delivering high torque ratings and impressive thermal characteristics.

They are built into a robust bevel gearbox housing optimized to minimize installation space.

The standard design is suitable for most applications but we can customize units to meet the most arduous of conditions – whether inside, outside, on land or subsea.
Worm Gear Reducers
he right angle worm speed reducer is consists of a compact worm gear characterized by its universal foot and flange-mount housing. Available in various mounting possibilities.
Helical Inline
Helical Inline gear units feature closely stepped speed reduction ratios, infinite life gears, high permissible radial forces and minimum backlash in a space saving design. A flexible modular design allows for a variety of input, output and mounting configurations.
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