electromagnetic brake


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electromagnetic brake

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′brāk]
(mechanical engineering)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Growing deployment of electromagnetic brakes to stop the driven machine at the desired location instantaneously has been underpinning gains in the industrial motor brakes market.
The company also manufactures equipment for checkout areas, electromagnetic brakes for automotive and industrial applications, electric vehicle charging technology and cables, as well as hardware and software for customers and applications in automation technology, robotics and rail transit engineering.
SG Transmission is a bespoke manufacturer of electromagnetic brakes and clutches, specialising in developing engineering and manufacturing solutions to meet specific client requirements
The starting and end points still have pneumatic brakes, as well as electromagnetic brakes within the motors themselves.
Stephenson Gobin, Bishop Auckland: The Austrian market has proved fruitful for engineering firm Stephenson Gobin, which has exported a range of electromagnetic brakes and crutches to the country.
The electromagnetic brakes retain the microscope safely in the required working position.
* Rear-mounted power-off and power-on electromagnetic brakes as safety and energy-saving features delivering enhanced holding capacity.
Dutch car and industrial components maker Kendrion (AMS:KENDR) announced Thursday an agreement to buy German Magneta, a specialist in small electromagnetic brakes and clutches, without providing financial details.

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