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Brakes for safety and energy management

ace11018FMB Hall 20, booth C34

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Skiers, tobogganists and mountain bikers beware: The fun is enriched by an action-packed facet with the Pistenbock-Cross as an ideal complement for the snow-free months. The innovative vehicle is controlled similar to sledging. High quality vehicle components such as built-in Rotary Dampers from ACE Shock Helps effectively dampen unexpected steering angles and smooth overall steering for the benefit of ride comfort and safety.

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FMB Hall 20, booth C31

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With the new linear portal robot "LGR-3" offers Fibro Läpple a modular system for loading and unloading machines as well as for handling workpieces. This allows flexible implementation of a wide variety of customer requirements. In the electrical version of the portal, the company relies on the vertical axis to secure the Safety brakes "Roba-linearstop" from Mayr Antriebstechnik.

mayr11018SPS IPC Drives Hall 4, 278 Stand

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Mayr Antriebstechnik presents new versions of the intelligent modules "Roba-brake-checker"And"Roba-torqcontrol". You can easily and quickly monitor safety brakes, or allow even and gentle deceleration of machines - even with variable load.

leantechnik0818The stepless holding brake SHB of Leantechnik Clamps loads quickly, without play and with high rigidity. It reduces the risk of danger on gravity-loaded axles and increases the service life of the system. Its Fail Safe function guarantees the direct and secure fixation of the load even in the event of a pneumatic failure.

kendrion0317Hannover Messe Hall 9, Stand D18

Increasing digitization demands that data on drive and brake systems can also be evaluated. Electromagnetic brakes offer the perfect basis for this because of their design principle. Kendrion supports the system providers in the implementation and evaluation of the signals present in the brakes and specifies the limits to be set for the respective application.

koch0417SPS IPC Drives Hall 4, 218 Stand

Michael Koch presents the Dynamic Storage Manager "KSM 4.0". The device can be used to compensate for DC circuits from 180 to 540 V DC voltage level. It can buffer excess energy and replace missing energy.

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