electromagnetic brake


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electromagnetic brake

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′brāk]
(mechanical engineering)
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MPB240-1 ELECTROMAGNETIC BRAKE Warner Electric or analog - 1 pc.
Total quantity or scope: Purchase products for technical maintenance and repair of SAT and BAT - barrier component (semicumpene barrier for electromagnetic brake, compression speaker, optical and audible warning device), as required in specifications Estimated value excluding VAT: 21,100 RON
5)415 Volt Spare Selenium Type Bridge Rectifiers Suitable For Bch Make Dc Electromagnetic Brake Assembly.
Electromagnetic brakes are popularly used in trains and trams.
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.
Since the ball-screws (Perovic, 2006) are not provided with self-locking systems, then it is necessary to use electromagnetic brakes 8 and 9.
This is an extremely useful feature for engineers who develop advanced electromagnetic brakes and clutches used in the transportation industry.
motor models, including those equipped with electromagnetic brakes, produce a maximum holding torque ranging from 22 lbs.
The ride's five shuttles will drop from a height of 180ft at a speed of 80mph with nothing but powerful electromagnetic brakes to bring it to a halt.

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