I talked with you the other day about the Kebco clutch unit on our paper reinforcing application machine. The info on the id tag is as follows:
I: 5/8" 56C
This unit is driven by a 1/4 hp 110 VAC motor and drives a small set of cutter knives that cut a thin 1/2" wide ribbon of plastic reinforcing tape and a set of nip wheels that drive the paper out of the machine.
After that, when trying to feed stock through, the cutter assembly would just lock up. If you leave the power off this motor and clutch assembly spins freely. I am assuming that the motor should run constantly and the
clutch should engage the cutter when the triggered, but I am not sure.
The brake and clutch windings are never energized at one time.