Voith Turbo Inc. Datasheets for Fluid Couplings

Fluid couplings are torque-transmitting couplings that use hydraulic oil or water to transmit power. They differ from torque converters in that the input torque is equal to the output torque (no multiplication of torque).
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Product Name Notes
Centrifugal valves and nozzle screws control the filling and draining of the delay chamber in relation to the input speed.
The turbo coupling is mounted directly on the diesel engine flywheel. Application: Farming tractors and other mobile machinery with engine drive
Voith start-up components are at home wherever machines need to be started up and moved, where great masses need to be accelerated softly and power transmission is characterised by extreme...
Combination of a hydrodynamic start-up coupling with a mechanical clutch coupling. The inner wheel of the TurboSyn consists of separate segments. These are attached to the hub in such a...
Design similar to type T, but with delay chamber. The fluid level of delay chamber and working chamber adjusts at standstill. Less operating fluid in the working chamber at the...
Design similar to type TV, but with enlarged delay chamber. The fluid level of the delay chamber and the working chamber adjusts at standstill. Even less operating fluid in the...
Design similar to type TVV, but with additional annular chamber. The fluid level of the delay chamber, the working chamber and the annular chamber adjusts during start-up. Extremely smooth start-up.
Designs for operating medium water. Higher power transmission on account of operating medium water. Please consider this when designing the coupling.
Fill-controlled turbo coupling with specially bladed impeller and turbine wheels. At least double the power transmission with the same coupling diameter. Very short filling and draining times possible.
Fill-controlled turbo coupling. The fill level and hence the transmission behaviour (torque and output speed) can be modified during operation. Compact design owing to externally supported bladed wheels.
Fill-controlled turbo coupling. The fill level and hence the transmission behaviour (torque and output speed) can be modified during operation. Independent unit with integrated oil supply system.
Hydrodynamic characteristics are identical with types T� and TW� Spheroidal graphite iron is used as material for outer parts (outer wheel, shell and possibly delay chamber).
Replacement for mechanical clutches (turbo coupling clutchable). The turbo coupling is provided for mounting on diesel engines with connections to SAE standard.
Replacement for mechanical clutches (turbo coupling not clutchable) The turbo coupling is provided for mounting on diesel engine with connections to SAE standard.
The fill-controlled turbo coupling is combined with a hydraulically operated friction coupling (lock-up clutch). The filling level and hence the transmitting behaviour (torque and output speed) can be influenced during...
The hydrodynamic characteristics are identical to those of types T, TV, TVV and TVVS. The motor bearings support the turbo coupling weight via a primary coupling flange. A flexible coupling...
The turbo coupling has two coaxial arranged working circuits acting in parallel. The double circuit enables considerably higher transmission of power, while the coupling diameter remains the same. The functional...
Turbo coupling type T is the basic design of all turbo couplings with constant fill. Normally the turbo coupling is mounted on the driven machine shaft or gear shaft. A...
Turbo coupling with bearing support at input and output side. TL: single-circuit coupling DTL: double-circuit coupling.
Turbo coupling with constant fill and mounted pulley. Mounting on driving or driven machine is possible. In case of type T�RI the belt pull is supported via an integrated bearing...
Turbo coupling with input side diaphram conneciring coupilng and bearing support in the driven end TM1: Single circuit fluid coupling DTM1: Double circuit fluid coupling