Torque limiters


For high potent transmissions where high stability is necessary, we have a wide variety of friction material on offer. These materials have been developed to adapt to stability even where temperature differ greatly. Another important factor of the material produced for torque limiters is the least coefficient difference in friction between static and dynamic.


Name Static Friction Coefficient (@15bar, 100ºC) Dynamic Friction Coefficient (10bar, 10m/s) Tº Fading (@10bar, 10m/s) Wear Rate (@10bar, 15m/s) Compressive Strength (UNE 53205)
V2000R 0.46±0.05 0.50±0.05 >350ºC 100±10 120±5 PDF
SAFF 0.55±0.05 seegraphic >350ºC seegraphic 175±5 PDF
CR-2M 0.40±0.05 0.45±0.05 >350ºC 83±10 126±5 PDF
SA92 0.50±0.05 0.40±0.05 >350ºC 120±10 140±5 PDF
FAG/M 0.52±0.05 0.47±0.05 >350ºC 90±10 160±5 PDF
MC3 0.65±0.05 0.62±0.05 >400ºC 100±10 126±5 PDF