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1. (WO1982000183) OVERLOAD CLUTCH
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Pub. No.:    WO/1982/000183    International Application No.:    PCT/US1981/000812
Publication Date: 21.01.1982 International Filing Date: 16.06.1981
F16D 7/00 (2006.01), F16D 7/10 (2006.01)
Applicants: CITRON, Manning;
Inventors: CITRON, Manning;
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Abstract: front page image
(EN)An overload clutch which includes a drive member and a driven member (16 and 18), which are coaxial and have concentric cylindrical surfaces (26 and 22) which form an annular chamber (28). One or more rollers (30) of elastomeric material are positioned in the chamber (28) with the rollers (30) in rolling contact with the concentric cylindrical surfaces (26 and 22). Teeth (32 and 34) project into the annular chamber (28) from both surfaces and engage the rollers (30) from diametrically opposite positions to transmit torque from the drive to the driven member. Excessive torque causes the rollers to compress between the two engaging teeth (32 and 34), the roller (30) passing between the teeth and allowing the drive member to rotate relative to the driven member.
(FR)Un embrayage de surcharge comprend un organe d'entrainement et un organe entraine (16 et 18), lesquels sont coaxiaux et ont des surfaces cylindriques concentriques (26 et 22) qui forment une chambre annulaire (28). Un ou plusieurs cylindres (30) en materiau elastomere sont positionnes dans la chambre (28) avec les cylindres (30) en contact de rotation avec les surfaces cylindriques concentriques (26 et 22). Des dents (32 et 34) se projettent dans la chambre annulaire (28) a partir des deux surfaces et engagent les cylindres (30) a partir de positions diametralement opposees pour transmettre le couple de l'organe d'entrainement a l'organe entraine. Un couple excessif oblige les cylindres a se comprimer entre les deux dents d'engagement (32 et 34), le cylindre (30) passant entre les dents et permettant a l'organe d'entrainement de tourner par rapport a l'organe entraine.
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Publication Language: English (EN)
Filing Language: English (EN)