Overrunning Industrial Clutches

Hilliard Overrunning industrial clutches are used to transmit power between a shaft and a gear, sprocket, sheave, or pulley mounted on the clutch or to directly connect two shaft ends. The roller type construction of these industrial clutches is one of the oldest over-running, free-wheeling designs.

Overrunning industrial clutches can be found in a broad range of applications, including press ink rolls, coal feeders, honing machines, speed reducers, pumps, fans, blowers, as well as paper processing and dry-cleaning equipment.