Pneumatic Clutch Brake assemblies are equipment drive components that consist of pneumatic brakes for slowing or stopping shafts and pneumatic clutches for connecting or disconnecting shafts. Pneumatic brake and clutch assemblies transmit force from one point to another point using compressed air or other gases.
Clutch specifications for pneumatic brake and clutch assemblies include torque rating, power, rotational speed, and maximum pressure. Spring-return clutches require power to engage. Spring-actuated clutches require power to disengage. A variety of engagement methods are available.