Clutch is a rotary mechanical power transmission device that is used to uncouple the wheels
from running the engine. A good clutch ensures an effective manual transmission. The main job of clutch is to engage and disengage from the flywheel
in a split second and transfer the required torque with the help of transmission. The automobile market at present is flooded with premium quality clutch kits that comprises of clutch friction plate, release bearing, clutch pressure plate and pilot bearings. Clutches used today are highly judder resistant, cost efficient, heat resistant and offer improved friction and smooth acceleration. This industry generates billions of dollars and currently it is being dominated by major key players namely Eaton Corporation, Ricardo Plc, Torotrak Plc, ZF Friedrichshafen, Allison Transmission, Borgwarner Transmission Systems, Magna International Inc., Ricardo Plc, Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., and SAAB AB.