Clutch master cylinder is a hydraulic control device that converts physical pressure into hydraulic pressure. It is used in brake and clutch systems. The operated device in the clutch system is called the slave cylinder. It is made up of a reservoir of fluid, two pistons and two or more circuits. When the brake pedal is depressed, the pistons move to create pressure in the cylinder. This pressure compresses the fluid through each circuit and into the brake calipers. The engine vacuum is used to assist in applying pressure to the system. In case of failure of a brake line, the master cylinder will redirect hydraulic pressure to the remaining lines.
Clutch plate stackers are flexible and modular, standalone or integratable material handling solution that utilizes standardized pick and place material movement and reliable walking beam conveyance. It is used for stacking applications.
Clutch release bearings are designed for use with racing clutches. These are suitable for high loads and continuous high-speed high temperature operation. It has a sliding sleeve of a vibration damping and noise insulating material. The sliding sleeve has a flange axially engaging a bearing outer ring, the outer ring being separated from a bearing inner ring by rolling elements. It also has a radially inner sliding surface with axially extending recesses, the recesses extending radially through the end faces of the sliding sleeve.
Clutch slave cylinder is made of billet aluminum and plated with a tough anti-corrosion finish. Its stainless steel push rod has a longer stroke, which assures a full release of the clutch. It is ideal for drag racing, late model stock, pro series and off road applications.