Torque and Linear Couplers

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Torque and Linear Couplers

A magnetic coupling is a coupling that transfers force, using a magnetic field rather than a physical mechanical connection. Both torque and linear magnetic couplers are very helpful when one assembly needs a separated operating environment. Typically the cost of a torque or linear coupler exceeds the cost of common mechanical solutions, so couplers are often used in an aggressive environment where mechanical linkages are not feasible, such as: -High pressure -Temperature Extremes -Caustic liquids or gasses -High degree of particulates or fouling agent

Material: NdFeB, SmCo, AlNiCo

Shape: Custom

Dimension: Custom

Grade: Custom

Typically the cost of a torque or linear coupler exceeds the cost of common mechanical solutions, so couplers are often used in an aggressive environment where mechanical linkages are not feasible, such as:

-High pressure
-Temperature Extremes
-Caustic liquids or gasses
-High degree of particulates or fouling agent

Torque Couplers

Two version of synchronous style of torque coupler: “Face to Face” and “Coaxial”.

-Face to Face: Face to Face coupler is comprised of disc shaped assemblies. It is a good low cost solution when the required torque, speed and size restraints are moderate.
-Coaxial: Coaxial coupler is comprised of an inner assembly (half) and an outer assembly (half). It usually costs more than Face to Face coupler, but requires less space.

Linear Couplers

A linear coupler is simpler compared with torque couplers. It can be two magnets or comprised of engineered arrays containing multiple magnets of various configurations. The required coupling force and the operating environment are the prime design variables.

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