Multiple disc brakes are fully enclosed units built to withstand harsh environments and offer a proven longer life design resulting in less downtime.
Multiple disc brakes are fully enclosed units that use coil springs and multiple friction discs to produce braking torque. These brakes are applied by coil springs and released using hydraulic pressure. Maximum brake torque is achieved when hydraulic release pressure is zero. These brakes are self-applying in that any function which reduces hydraulic release pressure will begin to initiate brake clamping force.
Our multiple disc brakes are fully enclosed and are built for use in demanding conditions.
Heat treated steel shafts for high strength and longer life
Broad range of variants: dry, sump fluid and flow through fluid designs
Broad range of mounting configurations industry standard configurations SAE, DIN and NEMA compliant
These multiple disc brakes are manufactured using high strength ductile iron housings with nitrile case and shaft seals to keep outside contaminants from entering the brake. Available in SAE A, B, C or D mounts with torque ranges from 113 to 2825 N-M (1000 to 25,000 lb-in) and release pressure from 6.9 to 34.5 bar (100 to 500 PSI)
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