High performance electromagnetic clutch and brake solutions for machinery and industrial

Electromagnetic clutches and brakes allow moving components to be stopped and held in a stable position as quickly as possible, a key requirement for many machinery applications across a wide range of industries. Customisable to any installation position, our electromagnetic clutches and brakes operate within machinery in food and beverage production, printing, paper and textile handling, as well as packaging and machine tooling.

A safe, reliable and powerful solution, our clutches and brakes are characterised by short switching times, low mass moments of inertia and opening or closing without residual torque.

Key applications

Printing machines
Textile machines
Woodworking machines
Packaging machines
Filling machines
Unwinding stands
Machine tools

Sectors we work in

Our electromagnetic clutch and brake solutions are used in pioneering technology around the world. Guaranteeing safety, accuracy and performance for the power transmission and motion control applications of tomorrow.

Fire and Security
Material Handling
Motor and Drives
Warehouse Logistics

Latest news

Read the latest company news, customer success stories and industry blogs from our leading experts on the topic of electromagnetics and the future of automation.

SG Transmissions signs agreement with leading South Korean robotic manufacturer

SG Transmission has recently signed an agreement with a leading South Korean robotic manufacturer, to provide a permanent magnet brake which is small, lightweight and has a relatively high torque.

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Showcasing bespoke brakes at Smart Production Solutions 2023

SG Transmission is exhibiting at Smart Production Solutions 2023. Showcasing our range of brakes, clutches and holding magnets. Visit us in Hall 4 Stand 456.

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SG Transmission proves good things do come in small packages

SG Transmission has designed a custom made, size Ø50 permanent magnet brake, for a major global motor manufacturer, which will meet the same performance criteria, whilst being 7% smaller.

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