Oil shear technology enables remote actuation of storm water drainage pumps and reduces downtime associated with maintenance.
ELECTRICAL APPARATUS SERVICE ASSOCIATION ( EASA ) BOOTH # TBD June 26-28, 2022 America’s Center St Louis, Missouri Learn how Force Control brakes featuring Oil Shear Technology extend life, and reduce maintenance, on brakes for cranes, hoists, winches conveyors, trippers, palletizers, stackers, elevators, and much more. Ask about hazardous duty brakes, and low temperature brakes.
30x Longer Life Reduces Maintenance Costs, Turns Clutch/Brake Replacement Time Into Productive Uptime
2022 Heavy Moveable Structures Biennial Symposiums BOOTH # TBD 2022 Heavy Moveable Structures Fall, New Orleans, Louisiana Force Control Industries has been designing and manufacturing clutches and brakes in the United States for over 50 years. The totally enclosed, sealed brake and clutch units are ideal for applications that are out in the weather. Featuring Oil Shear Technology they provide years of maintenance free service, do not require adjustment – ever, and provide the reliability [...]
Oil shear technology ensures helicopter transmission test stands operate continuously, without adjustment, while achieving precise positioning for desired percentages of load.
Barge Spotting Operation is “Spot On” with Oil Shear Brakes New Brakes Slash Winch Downtime and Operating Costs
Force Control Industries products are high quality, engineered products requiring a strong technical ability, capability of working with everyone from company presidents to engineers, production and maintenance people. Force Control products are typically sold to customers requiring high reliability, minimal downtime, limited maintenance and interested in long term cost savings, not just a cheaper price. A progressive sales approach is used that requires developing a relationship with the customer, not just a one call and [...]
Normal dry clutches employ a sacrificial surface — a disc or pad — to engage the load. With no good way to remove the heat caused from engagement between the disk and plate, this material must absorb the heat.