Plate Type Two Wheeler Clutches
Motorcycle Engine CC Range 100 CC – 650 CC

Plate Type Clutches consists of set of friction plates & steel plates that are pressed under the spring load & transmits the power from engine to gearbox and subsequently to drive wheels. This clutch is an arrangement of plates stacked in alternating fashion, one geared on the inside to the engine, and next geared on the outside to the transmission input shaft. Whether wet or dry, the plates are squeezed together by a spring, causing friction build up between the plates until they rotate as a single unit, driving the transmission directly.
A&S [Assist & Slipper] Type Two Wheeler Clutches
Motorcycle Engine CC Range 150 CC – 650 CC
Centrifugal Two Wheeler Clutches
Scooter Engine CC Range 110 CC – 125 CC

Centrifugal Clutch is based on the principle of centrifugal force. This clutch uses a combination of friction Discs (like brake shoe) and floater (outer) to transfer power from the engine to the drive wheels. In all centrifugal clutches, centrifugal force works against spring tension to determine whether the clutch is engaged or not. At low rpm, the spring tension is greater than the centrifugal force and the clutch spins freely. As the engine speed increases, the centrifugal force begins to overcome the spring tension and at one point of time friction discs get engaged with floater and transmit the power.
Four Wheeler Wheeler Clutches
Car Engine CC Range 1200 CC – 1500 CC

Pressure Disc - Clutch
Friction Disc - Clutch
Flywheel Comp - Clutch
Manual Transmission are characterized by gear ratios which are selectable by engaging pairs of gears inside the transmission. Manual Transmission is a type of transmission used in automotive applications. Manual Transmissions often feature a driver-operated clutch and a movable gear selector, although some do not. Most automobile manual transmissions allow the driver to select any gear at any time, but some, such as those commonly mounted on motorcycles and some types of race cars, only allow the driver to select the next- highest or lower gear ratio.