CNC Clutch Housing Service

  • HOKARE is a professional CNC clutch housing manufacturer in China for over 20 years. We provide 3 to 5 days prototyping for your clutch housing orders.
  • We also offer quality clutch housing production at a low cost. Here in Hokare, you can guarantee competitive prices.
  • HOKARE offers full inspection on every production stage and final products. HOKARE can be your trusted one-stop solution provider to your clutch housing needs.
CNC Clutch Housing

Products

HOKARE Capabilities on Clutch Housing

CNC Transmission Clutch Housing

CNC Transmission Clutch Housing

Our transmission clutch housings are suitable for Volvo Renault Trucks. These are 100% tested to ensure quality and long-lasting use.

OEM 175CC CNC Clutch Housing for Motorcycle

OEM 175CC CNC Clutch Housing for Motorcycle

This clutch housing is available in standard and custom sizes. These are also made from ADC12 materials and are applicable as engine parts.

CNC Transmission Clutch Housing For TOYOTA

CNC Transmission Clutch Housing For TOYOTA

Our transmission clutch housing for Toyota is made from steel and aluminum materials. It is available in a wide range of size options.

Custom CNC Aluminum Clutch Housing

Custom CNC Aluminum Clutch Housing

We manufacture custom aluminum clutch housing using a die casting process. We used materials such as ADC12, A360, A380, ZL101, and more.

Aluminum Die Casting Truck CNC Clutch Housing

Aluminum Die Casting Truck CNC Clutch Housing

These are available in different surface treatments such as finished painting, coating, and more. It is suitable for auto cars, trucks, and other vehicle types.

Precise Casting Aluminum CNC Clutch Housing

Precise Casting Aluminum CNC Clutch Housing

We manufacture this type of clutch housing through different die casting processes. These products are certified by ISO, ASTM, EN, DIN, JIS, and more international standards.

OEM High Quality Aluminum Die Casting Clutch Housing

These clutch housings are applicable for both automobiles and motorcycles. It is manufactured using ADC12, AlSi12, A356, and more materials to ensure durability.

CNC Automatic Transmission Clutch Housing

CNC Automatic Transmission Clutch Housing

We manufacture automatic transmission clutch housings that are widely used for agricultural equipment, the automobile industry, pumps, and more applications.

Aluminum Die Casting Auto Parts CNC Clutch Housing

Aluminum Die Casting Auto Parts CNC Clutch Housing

This clutch housing is available in standard and custom sizes. It is suitable for auto cars, trucks, and other vehicle types.

Coupling Housing(1)

Why Us

Why Choose Our Coupling Housing

We offer a one-stop solution to your needs. All products including clutch housings are available in a wide range of sizes, colors, finishes, and patterns. These products are fully customizable according to your requirements.

We manufacture clutch housing using premium quality materials. Our engineers used materials such as cast iron, magnesium, and aluminum. Therefore, you can guarantee its quality, durability, and long-lasting.

Years Experience
0 +
Satisfied Clients
0 +
Team Members
0 +
Certificates
0 +

Clutch Housing Gallery

Clutch Housing 1
Clutch Housing 2
Clutch Housing 3

Clutch Housing: The Ultimate FAQ Guide

Clutch housing refers to a component, which bolts to the rear of an engine designed to enclose the entire clutch assembly.

In some instances, it is known as bell housing, and it is often made from different strong metals with immense tolerance to different mechanical conditions.

This guide explains different elements surrounding clutch housing, including its technical features, ideal materials, and quality aspects.

Moreover, it discusses a wide range of concerns to look into in ensuring you get the most suitable unit for your needs.

What Is The Role Of Clutch Housing?

Fig 1 - A Clutch Or Bell Housing
Fig 1 – A Clutch Or Bell Housing

Technically, a clutch is an assembly of parts designed to transfer engine torque from the transmission’s flywheel to the input shaft.

Thus, the housing comes in handy as it facilitates different functionalities and efficiencies of the clutch parts in a transmission system.

Generally, the primary role of clutch housing is to serve as a mounting or mating device for fastening the transmission to the engine.

Its design allows it to easily hook and tighten it to the chassis and the engine system for seamless operation.

Another role of clutch housing is to act as an enclosure to all the clutch parts.

This component encloses the master clutch assembly, thus protecting it from various elements, including grim, road dirt, and other exterior elements.

Clutch housing also performs the role of providing mounting support.

This component may be equipped with two machined exteriors depending on its casting formation for attaching it to the mounting pads of the vehicle’s frame rail.

Such areas are known as nodes and are designed to provide node mount capability.

Besides, node mounts also provide the engine with the necessary stability.

The other role of clutch housing is to offer a pivot point for releasing the master clutch assembly.

It actuates this through two-cross shaft bores allowing attachment of cross-shaft to offer a pivot for master clutch release fork.

And finally, clutch housing is designed to facilitate access to the clutch for easy adjustment.

Simply put, clutch housing plays different significant roles, which are all critical in determining the efficiency and performance of the engine and transmission systems.

Fig 2 - A Clutch Housing Provides Mounting Support
Fig 2 – A Clutch Housing Provides Mounting Support

Why Does Clutch Housing Have Openings?

Ideally, a typical clutch system is prone to lots of friction during operation.

Thus, it subjects the clutch parts to high temperatures emitted by the resultant heat.

The clutch housing, therefore, contains openings, which are designed to dispel the heat generated by the friction during clutch operation.

In essence, this prevents the various clutch assembly, including the clutch plate, from wearing out relatively fast.

Moreover, the ability of heat dissipation also enhances the efficiency and performance of clutch parts in their respective functions.

What Is The Ideal Material For Making Clutch Housing?

Clutch housing is made from a wide range of sturdy metal exhibiting different technical features to endure the mechanical conditions it is exposed to.

However, the common materials used for making this component include the following;

Aluminum

It is regarded as one of the most suitable metals for making clutch housing for different applications.

Aluminum exhibits outstanding stiffness and strength-to-weight ratio.

Moreover, it has excellent resistance to corrosion, thermal conductivity and can withstand high operating temperatures.

This material is exceptionally durable and lightweight, which makes it suitable for creating clutch housing.

Fig 3 - An Aluminum Clutch Housing
Fig 3 – An Aluminum Clutch Housing

Magnesium

It is also a commonly used material for making clutch housing due to its various favorable features.

Such features include excellent resistance to corrosion, relatively low density, lightweight, and better high-temperature mechanical properties.

Magnesium portrays intense strength thus can endure different harsh mechanical conditions the clutch housing is exposed to.

Fig 4- Magnesium Clutch Housing
Fig 4- Magnesium Clutch Housing

Cast Iron

Cast iron is suitable for making clutch housing components, given its many unique mechanical properties.

It has immense hardness since it exhibits excellent resistance to abrasion and indentation.

This material also demonstrates an outstanding ability to absorb energy and dimensional stability.

Therefore, it can easily return to its original dimensions if it deforms due to extreme mechanical pressure.

Fig 5- A Clutch Housing Made From Cast Iron
Fig 5- A Clutch Housing Made From Cast Iron

How Is Clutch Housing Manufactured?

The primary method of manufacturing clutch housing is through the metal casting process.

Essentially, this process entails heating the metal to a molten state and pouring it into a mold to cool it before removing the part.

Technically, it may involve several steps depending on the type of metal you are casting and the desired finish.

Nevertheless, here are the general steps involved in manufacturing a typical clutch housing component through metal casting;

Pattern-making

This is the initial phase, and it involves designing the clutch housing prototype to establish how the actual q

You can create permanent or expendable patterns using various materials such as plastic, wax, and wood.

The essence of pattern-making is to create a duplicate of the final part, which you will use in the mold.

https://youtu.be/JbU8U94W2Og

Core-making

Since the clutch housing consists of a hollow, it would be ideal for designing a core.

Primarily, it involves placing a solid material inside the mold cavity to shape the interior geometry of the cast part.

Cores are often strong but somewhat collapsible; hence, you can easily remove them from a finished casting.

Molding

You can make molds for clutch housing using different techniques depending on your specific process.

Permanent molds are often created using a CNC machine.

On the other hand, you can make sand molds by applying sand mixture to the exterior of the pattern.

Metal Melting And Pouring

This phase entails heating the metal until it turns into a liquid or semi-liquid state.

The molten metal is then poured and, if necessary, forced into the mold.

It is then allowed to solidify before removing the cast parts from the mold.

Notably, the cast removal method also depends on the specific type of metal casting process used.

Post-processing And Cleaning

It is the final step in the process, which involves removing the cast clutch housing component from the mold and then fettling.

This component is cleaned during fettling to remove molding material and rough edges.

Other surface finishing operations are also incorporated at this stage to ensure the component attains the right finish.

What Are The Technical Specifications Of Clutch Housing?

Typical clutch housing exhibits a wide range of ideal technical and mechanical specifications for the specific application.

Some of these features include the following;

  • Outstanding precision and dimensional stability – The casting method used for making this component provides high accuracy and dimensional stability.
  • Excellent thin wall capability – Ideally, the wall thickness of clutch housing is about 2-4mm, which is quite thin but sturdy enough to perform its functions.
  • Exceptional quality finishing – Different surface finishing operations can attain the desired texture and quality.
  • Remarkable hardness and tensile strength – The materials and process used in making clutch housing guarantee sturdiness and extended durability.
  • High thermal conductivity – This feature is vital since it enables the clutch housing to dissipate heat accordingly.
  • Cold formable capability allows it to join with or into other components easily.
Fig 6 - Quality Finishing As Well AS Cold Formable Capability Are Among The Top Features Of A Clutch Housing
Fig 6 – Quality Finishing As Well AS Cold Formable Capability Are Among The Top Features Of A Clutch Housing

What Determines The Ideal Size Of Clutch Housing?

Generally, the actual size of clutch housing varies from one equipment or machine to another.

In most instances, the ideal size of this component is based on the actual corresponding size of the specific machine.

For instance, a clutch housing for big machinery such as a tractor is certainly bigger than one used in a small vehicle.

Thus, the size of the engine plays a fundamental role in determining the respective size of a clutch housing.

Another determinant aspect of clutch housing size is the exact size of the clutch assembly.

Ideally, a clutch comprises different parts assembled and enclosed inside a clutch housing.

A bigger clutch assembly requires a conforming clutch housing to ensure the components fit in well and are properly covered.

Therefore, when designing a clutch housing, it is important to ensure the size fits the other aspects of the transmission applications.

How Durable Is Clutch Housing?

Ordinarily, clutch housing is exceptionally durable.

It can withstand various harsh environmental aspects it is exposed to without showing signs of wearing out.

Technically, most metals and their respective alloys are used to make this component feature different specifications.

Mostly, they exhibit high tensile strength, toughness, rigidity, and bearing performance.

Besides, the casting method used for making clutch housing guarantees extended durability.

Metal casting integrates different elements in manufacturing, ensuring the final product attains the necessary strength.

In a nutshell, a typical clutch housing is exceptionally durable and can withstand various unfavorable mechanical conditions.

However, the longevity is often based primarily on the specific metal used to manufacture the component.

Notably, aluminum, magnesium, and cast iron, the main metals used for making this component, have varied longevity capabilities, albeit slightly.

Moreover, the durability also depends on the nature of the application and intensity of use.

Nonetheless, this component exhibits incredible durability features, thus making it ideal for the respective application.

What Is An Ideal Weight Of Clutch Housing?

Technically, a clutch housing should be lightweight but also strong enough to endure the different mechanical conditions to which it is exposed.

However, the actual weight depends on various aspects, including the size.

A larger clutch housing is likely to be relatively heavier than a comparatively small.

Besides, the actual type of material used for making this component also determines its exact weight.

Most materials used for making clutch housing are relatively lightweight but tend to have a marginal difference.

The bottom line is that a clutch housing has no definitive weight.

It varies depending on different elements, including the few ones described above.

Fig 7- The Weight Of A Clutch Housing Varies On Numerous Features
Fig 7- The Weight Of A Clutch Housing Varies On Numerous Features

What Factors Do You Look For When Choosing Suitable Clutch Housing?

You need to consider several factors when purchasing an ideal clutch housing.

Some of these factors include the following;

Material

Ordinarily, clutch housing is manufactured using a wide range of materials, but prominently cast iron, aluminum, and magnesium.

However, all these materials used for making this component exhibit different technical and mechanical specifications, albeit marginally.

Therefore, it would be ideal to look into the specific features of the material to guide you on the perfect type for your needs.

Design Construction Quality

When buying clutch housing, carefully examining the overall design construction is prudent.

A solidly constructed clutch housing is likely to serve you better than one that is carelessly done.

Thus, ensure you look keenly into the quality of workmanship of this component.

Brand

Different companies have varied reputations in the market as far as clutch housing brands are concerned.

Some brands are relatively popular for their tested and proven resilience and quality over time.

On the other hand, some brands are known to be of compromised quality depending on various users’ experiences.

Nevertheless, ensure you research the respective brand and reputation before purchasing it.

Warranty

You should never overlook the warranty of the clutch housing when purchasing it.

Ensure you read and understand the fine print of the warranty and inquire about any gray areas.

As a mechanical component, a warranty comes in handy if it fails to suit your demands.

Application

Ordinarily, different clutch housings are designed for various machines, automobiles, and equipment.

Thus, knowing you are buying a specific clutch housing for the particular machine or equipment would be ideal.

Quality Certifications

Ensuring the specific clutch housing you are purchasing meets the required quality standards is imperative.

Essentially, it shows the part is certified and, hence, safe and effective to use in the respective application.

An ideal way to determine quality certification is by checking on the seals, covers, and, in some instances, the part’s surface.

What Are The Suitability Tests For Clutch Housing?

Fig 8- The Preliminary Test Is A Visual One
Fig 8- The Preliminary Test Is A Visual One

Notably, the suitability tests for clutch housing vary depending on several factors.

The essence of such tests is to guarantee this component meets the required levels of end-user expectations.

Some suitability tests for this component include the following;

Preliminary Assessments

These tests ensure this component is appropriately filled in all the required parts.

It is a visual test that looks into different manufacturing faults, such as cracks, holes, or non-fills.

It entails carefully inspecting the part to guarantee zero distortions or bends before moving to the next suitability test.

Dimensional Test

This test intends to establish the precise range of values within which the components fall.

Ideally, it is a practical suitability test because it enables you to determine whether the clutch housing has the right tolerance to the application.

A dimensional test uses various tools and devices such as plug gauges, micrometers, CMM machines, etc.

Mechanical Test

A mechanical test on a clutch house intends to establish whether it contains the right technical properties.

It validates the component meets the right properties required, and some of these tests include;

  • Load testing
  • Tensile strength test
  • Hardness test

It makes it easy to determine whether the component is suitable for its specific application.

Non-destructive Tests

The essence of these tests is to establish whether the clutch housing meets the required quality standards without destroying it.

Some common non-destructive tests include the following;

  • Liquid penetrant testing
  • Inspection of magnetic particle
  • Radiographic inspection

Which Surface Finishing Options Can You Use On Clutch Housing?

You can use different surface finishing operations on a clutch housing component.

The common ones include the following;

Powder Coating

It is a dry coating, which involves applying dry powder through an electrostatic process and later cured with heat.

This surface finish provides high-quality texture, enhancing both aesthetics and functionality.

Anodizing Finish

This refers to a surface coating applied through the electrochemical process to convert the surface material into a non-corrosion and decorative anodic oxide finish.

Mechanical Finish

It is a type of texture on the surface material of this component attained by using abrasive metals to polish it.

Chemical Finish

This surface finishing is attained by using chemical substances to coat the component.

Such chemical materials enhance the wear protection and corrosion resistance of this particular component.

Is Clutch Housing Repairable?

It depends on the actual type of repair needed.

For instance, you can weld small cracks on the surface material of this component.

However, if the damage is relatively intensive, replacing the clutch housing rather than repairing it would be prudent.

Thus, you need to get an expert to assess the extent of the damage to this component before considering repairing it.

Fig 9- Yes You Can Repair A Clutch Housing
Fig 9- Yes You Can Repair A Clutch Housing

How Much Does Clutch Housing Cost?

The cost of clutch housing is dependent on a host of factors.

Different manufacturers often price it differently depending on the cost of production and other market forces.

Thus, you can find it at relatively affordable rates from one supplier and at a bit inflated rate at another manufacturer.

The type and material quality used in making the clutch housing also determines the actual price you’ll spend on purchasing it.

Ordinarily, a clutch housing made of high-quality material will undoubtedly be more expensive than one made using inferior-quality material.

Also, other technical specifications of the component, such as size and tolerance, influence the actual cost.

Moreover, the quantity of pieces you purchase simultaneously determines this component’s overall cost.

Most manufacturers often provide better discounts on purchasing large volumes than buying a few pieces.

In a nutshell, the actual cost of this component varies based on several factors, including the few ones mentioned above.

What Are The Main Applications Of Clutch Housing?

Clutch housing typically encloses the clutch assembly and connects the engine with the transmission system.

Thus, you will likely find it in a wide range of machines, heavy equipment, and motor vehicles where power transmission is required.

In the automobile sector, this component is used in buses, two-wheelers, three-wheelers, trucks, cars, bikes, and scooters.

Industrial applications of clutch housing include assembling machines, packing machines, metal stamping, conveyor belts, gear drives, etc.

What Are The Components Covered In Clutch Housing?

Generally, a clutch assembly consists of parts enclosed in a clutch housing.

Such parts include the following;

  • Clutch plate
  • Release bearing
  • Clutch cover
  • Release fork
Fig 10- Some Components Of A Clutch Housing
Fig 10- Some Components Of A Clutch Housing

What Is The MOQ For Clutch Housing?

It varies depending on the manufacturer you are purchasing clutch housing from.

Technically, different manufacturers peg varied MOQs on this component.

Thus, it would be ideal to inquire from your preferred manufacturer and determine whether the specific MOQ offered is practical for your needs.

Most manufacturers, however, offer flexible MOQ; thus, you only need to negotiate and agree on what meets your demands.

Can You Get Clutch Housing Samples Before Making An Order?

Yes.

Samples are always provided to enable you to determine whether the design and the quality of the product meet your demands.

A reputable manufacturer offers free samples, but in most instances but you will need to cater for freight charges.

Mostly, express courier is preferable because it guarantees faster delivery, which is ideal for quick evaluation and determination of whether to place an order.

If you are in need of a sample, you can inquire from the manufacturer and organize to find ideal ways of delivering it to you.

Do You Manufacture OEM Clutch Housing?

Yes.

If you have technical drawings, we can build the clutch housing accordingly to ensure the end product meets your demands.

We also have qualified, competent, and professional in-house designers that can assist you with drawing a suitable design that meets your needs.

Once the design process is over, we send it to the technical team to assess its suitability and whether it meets the industrial requirements.

If there are any changes, we shall communicate and ensure you approve them before starting the production process.

Upon finishing the production process, we send samples for you to determine the quality and whether there is a need for any modification.

If everything is agreed on, we carry on with the mass production of the component based on the approved MOQ.

For all your clutch housing needs, contact Hokare Machinery.

Contact Us
Scroll to Top
Contact Us