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Cross & Morse

01 March 2000




At the last count, had almost 400 different types of
freewheel clutch available as standard products from its Birmingham plant.

Freewheel units include ratchet, spag and roller-ramp versions, while the
freewheel range also features a variety of special types to simplify
machine design.

Special clutches include roller-ramp devices with integral bearings and
ready-assembled end flanges, plus backstop clutches with integral torque
arms.

Overload clutches include friction torque limiters, Sheargard shear-pin
units and crossgard clutches that use springloaded balls as the torque
coupling element.

Many models are available with integral flexible shaft couplings.
















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