internal brake

internal brake

[in′tərn·əl ′brāk]
(mechanical engineering)
A friction brake in which an internal shoe follows the inner surface of the rotating brake drum, wedging itself between the drum and the point at which it is anchored; used in motor vehicles.
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The device also comes with an internal brake system that automatically locks the spool when it's not moving.
The Ripcord Code Red has a new Internal Brake System to prevent bounce-back and a new Slimline launcher with soft, red over-molding to silence your arrow and eliminate the need for moleskin.
He lacked entirely the internal brake that keeps most people from bringing telescopes to baseball games.
Patented clutch brake (CBTM) drum motor is equipped with an internal brake designed for high indexing conveyor applications.
Compared to previous axles, internal brake line length is reduced to 14 in.
The cylinders can handle compression and tension loads and feature an internal brake, lifetime lubrication, a pilot guide to prevent binding and scraping, and freeze protection with water drains and vents.
Patented clutch brake (CBTM) drum motor features an internal brake designed for high indexing conveyor applications.
When the clutch is disengaged an internal brake is applied.
The drums are powered by Sauer-Danfoss series 51 fixed displacement hydraulic motors coupled to an internal brake and planetary gearbox equipped with ratcheting pawl.
Freedom from maintenance, and extended life, are also addressed by an environmentally protected internal brake and internally sealed reservoir.
In advance of the Pacific flight, the crew stripped off two side wheels and internal brakes from the propellers to make the fragile-looking craft -- already just 2.3 tonnes, the weight of a large SUV -- as light as possible.