Torque Limiters

overload safety devices, wide range, standard and customised designs, corrosion resistant

Founded in 1967 by Dante Cavalli, under the name OMC, the company originally manufactured mechanical transmission components. In 2010 the company name was changed to ComInTec, to better reflect how the product range has developed over the years. The range now includes power transmission components, torque limiters, safety couplings, backlash free torque limiters, elastic couplings, disc couplings, backlash free couplings, variable speed pulleys, expanding pulleys, shaft collars and clamp collars. These components provide transmission connections, avoid accidental overloads, reduce machine stoppage times, increase productivity, and reduce maintenance and repair costs. Sold globally, the Comintec products are used in a wide variety of application and market sectors, and renowned for quality and reliability.

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Roller Torque Limiter

Safety coupling where the transmission of torque is acheived through rollers that allow complete disengagement of the transmission once the defined torque limit is reached. Suitable for transmitting high torque, precise overload setting, with high reliability, in a compact size.

  • Precise Torque Setting
  • Maintenance Free
  • Multiple Phase Re-Engagement
  • Compact Design
  • Corrosion Resistant Versions

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Torque Range2.5 - 12,000Nm
BoreUp To Ø180mm
Body DiameterØ56 - Ø280mm
SensitivityMedium/High
SpeedUp To 4,500rpm
Overload Detection SignalYes
Drive OrientationIn-Line
Corrosion ResistantOn-Request
Bi-Directional Overload DetectionYes
Automatic Re-EngagementYes
Maintenance FreeYes
CatalogueDSR Friction Torque Limiter BrochurePDF 895KB
Torque Limiter CataloguePDF 7.4MB
Technical ManualDSR Installation InstructionsPDF 1.3MB
Dimensions2D & 3D Configuratorhttp://www.tracepartsonline.net/(S(vyfvkjgks0bt5kl3kyfcehp5))/content.aspx?fwsid=COMINTEC&Lang=en&ttl=&st=0

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