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Brake clutches are mechanical devices used to control the transmission of power from one rotating shaft to another by either engaging or disengaging a rotating shaft or stopping it entirely. They are commonly used in a variety of applications, including machinery, vehicles, and power tools. Friction clutches: These are the most common type of brake clutches used in power transmission. They work by applying pressure to a friction surface, such as a brake pad or clutch disc, to either engage or disengage the rotating shaft.

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