Twin Disc has manufactured power take-offs for nearly 100 years—longer than anyone else in the market. As the brand leader in both wet and dry clutch technology, we offer you unmatched expertise in transmitting power to machinery.
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Choose Twin Disc automatic transmission systems for heavy-duty stationary and vehicular applications. Get the job done with precise propulsion control and optional power-splitting. Promote high productivity and low downtime with robust construction, advanced technologies and easy, reliable operation. Custom solutions solve your transmission challenges—and Twin Disc service ensures continuing success.
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Meet hydraulic system needs with industrial pump drives in a wide variety of gear ratios, including speed-increasing and speed-reducing configurations. Modular design choices include a flexible coupling, rubber block drive, or clutch to match your SAE engine flywheel dimensions. Independent mounting is an option, direct or with a clutch. Twin Disc also offers standard and specialized SAE and DIN adaptor kits.
Pump drive model numbers indicate the number of pump pads, using the first numeral after the “AM” designation. Models AM 232, AM 365, AM 450 and AM 480 have additional pump pads on the input side.
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Let Twin Disc torque converters help your engines operate in the most efficient speed range, producing rated horsepower regardless of load demand. By transmitting torque through fluid mass in motion, Twin Disc converters eliminate mechanical connections and reduce or eliminate the need for shifting, clutching and declutching.
Twin Disc custom solutions draw on extensive applications expertise and a wide array of single-stage stationary and rotating converters, three-stage converters, and numerous types, sizes, capacities, and input/output combinations: