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Hazardous Area Brake | EXD DIP

Supplier: Mechanical Equipment Group playlist_addCompare

The idea was based on the market demand of an easy solution to make a brake motor without modification of the motors or extension of the certificates.

Price Guide (Inc GST): POA

With more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing brakes, they defined a new oversized standard, able to guarantee a range of modular brakes designed for heavy duty.

More than 35 controls made in the production process make each brake a master piece. All the components are tested 100 per cent, all the working parameters controlled with functional tests made on each brake.

The range is in continuous development in order to marke the quality and performance better and better.

For hoisting, travelling, positioning in Hazardous location the brakes are the safe and reliable solution.

The brake is an innovative modular flameproof spring applied disc brake unit. The new concept is to apply an independent brake unit to a standard flanged explosion proof motor or to a transmission unit. The flanges input and output follow both IEC or NEMA standards. The brakes are certified as independent components. It means that there are not coupling procedures in order to define the certification.

The brake is available in B5 flange face to face version (IEC 63 to 280), NEMA standards (56 to 405) and compact version for mounting in the rear part of a motor or to a transmission unit. The assembling is very fast.

Choosing our brake, it's very easy to make an explosion proof brake motor, reducing costs and delivery time.

The performance of the brakes is particularly high and the strong structure makes them suitable for very heavy duty and for every kind of application (hoisting, travelling, positioning…).

The brakes don’t need periodical maintenance such as adjustment of gap on work site.
The braking torque values are included between 5 to 2000 Nm (depending on frames) and the electromagnets fitted inside the brakes can be AC three phase or DC for IEC and DC and NEMA.

The cost of a standard explosion proof motor plus the brake is considerable lower than an explosion proof brake motor and the delivery time and reliability are much better.