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What is an LPC torque limiter?

This type of limiter designed by Eide, a specialist in the manufacture of electromagnetic clutches, is integrated into a conductive shaft which makes it a very compact unit.

These torque limiters can absorb any overload, which makes them real mechanical fuses.

What is a CL pulley clutch?

It is an electromagnetic clutch built on its pulley, which consequently becomes a remarkably compact unit. The reason is that once mounted it takes up less space than the lift itself.

What is an irreversible LPU mechanical torque limiter?

The LPU irreversible mechanical torque limiter designed by Eide, a manufacturer of electromagnetic clutches and brakes, consists of a torque limiter that operates in one direction of rotation. Also, it is highly adjustable and can be mounted on aligned shafts.

What are the characteristics defining an FZ electromagnetic brake?

An FZ electromagnetic brake FZ has a high degree of reliability and dissipates heat properly. It also provides a fast response speed and the residual torque available is minimal. There is no braking current and unbraked is without electricity.

According to customer needs, the brake can be served with torque control, with a manual release through the use of a lever, and with a cover to protect it from harsh environments.

What applications does a SEE electromagnetic clutch have?

SEE electromagnetic clutch, composed of an inductor core coil, applies to many different sectors: the textile industry, the cable industry, the industry of graphic arts, machine tools, the packaging industry, and cleaning vehicles – where security is a fundamental aspect.

What application does an FZ electromagnetic brake have?

The FZ electromagnetic brake is specially designed to be used on horizontal axes and machines with excellent heat dissipation. It applies mainly to the textile sector, as it is ideal for dry running and requires to have a high degree of reliability and a high response speed.

How should a SEE electromagnetic clutch be mounted under construction 1.1?

SEE electromagnetic clutch under construction 1.1 is directly mounted on a pulley or chain sprocket. The 5-6 pieces must be fitted based on the screws themselves and without being carried out by restraint. It is also necessary to make some holes 30 larger than the rivets (No. 7) to retract its presence.

What industry can apply an FZ electromagnetic brake?

The electromagnetic brakes manufactured by Eide apply to the textile sector where most of the works are produced in horizontal axes. Its high degree of reliability and excellent heat dissipation makes them ideal for the dry works that occur in this type of industry.

This type of brakes also features torque control, manual release and a protective cover if elements such as dust or water are present in the environment.

What is an ECD electromagnetic tooth clutch?

An ECD electromagnetic tooth clutch is a device with high rotation speed that allows the use of large torques even though being small. These two features result from the presence of a ring gear which guarantees both the positive coupling and the quick decoupling.

Note also that this type of clutch has diameters that allow the passage of large section shafts.

What are the main features of an FPC overspeed safety brake?

An FPC overspeed safety brake supports a maximum load of 9,000 kg. The maximum speed that can reach is 120 meters per minute. It has a progressive centrifugal blockage without any trigger. Brake rearmament occurs automatically. The lift only needs to be raised a few centimetres, and it is unnecessary any manipulation.

There are different possibilities regarding its construction, which is bidirectional. It also meets the guidelines set out in EN12158, EN 1495 and EN 12159, 95/16/CEDe and 94/9/EC.

What is an NE pneumatic clutch?

An NE pneumatic clutch consists of a pneumatic clutch compact unit and a disengaging one through a spring reaction. Its drive cylinder is fed radially through compressed air at a pressure of 5.5 bars. It has a very low air consumption and the chamber is formed by a chrome plated sleeve through which optimum device performance is obtained.

When the air pressure is regulated appropriately, it enables control over the acceleration of the machine containing the clutch and a torque limiting transmitted safely to other machine components.

What is an NE/CD tooth pneumatic clutch?

When we talk about an NE/CD tooth pneumatic clutch, we refer to a compact unit with pneumatic clutch and disengage spring action. Like the NE pneumatic clutch, the drive cylinder is fed with compressed air at a radial pressure of 5.5 bars. The clutch engagement process must be done when the machine is at rest or is running at a very low speed. On the contrary, the speed can be variable for the disengaging action.

Thanks to its features mechanics, the use of a toothed ring allows the use of large torques to couple mode and, depending on how the tooth is arranged, it is possible to obtain a positional clutch to keep synchronism.

What is an FN high starting torque brake?

An FN high starting torque brake is designed for the braking of large centrifugal masses quickly. It has a large heat dissipation and can work in a very low inertia context, which enables it to perform a high-speed work with a high connection rate.

What is a GEF electromagnetic clutch brake?

A GEF electromagnetic clutch-brake is composed by a clutch and a brake mounted inside a casing, making it a self-supporting device. According to customer needs, it is possible a combination of 17 versions, although it is important to consider the type of installation to perform.

Its operation is based on the current draw. The residual time is minimal and inertia is very low. The device power supply is 24 V.c.c and it is designed as a terminal box. Its protection, in all its versions, is equivalent to the P-44.

What is a NEF pneumatic clutch-brake?

The NEF clutch-brake without rotary air is a compact, self-supporting unit with a minimum air consumption and optimal performance due to the chrome shirts that are part of its camera.

The fact of regulating air pressure eases the acceleration control of the machine. Its main application is in the graphic arts’ industry, machine tools, textiles, container and cable industries.

What characteristics does a GEF electromagnetic clutch-brake have?

The GEF electromagnetic clutch-brake is a self-supporting group with standard flanges and shafts and provides high protection and a minimum response time.

It is mainly used in the field of machine tools for packaging, and also in the textile sector.

What features does an FNC high-sensitivity pneumatic brake have?

An FNC high-sensitivity pneumatic brake stands out for its compact assembly, for being a self-supporting unit, for its control capacity from 0 to 5.5 bar, and for being a continuous friction unit with high sensitivity.

What characteristics does an NE pneumatic clutch have?

An NE pneumatic clutch is a compact and self-supporting unit, which greatly facilitates assembly. It operates with a nominal pressure of 5.5 bars and clutch control works through pressure.

What are the main applications of the ENP pneumatic clutch?

The ENP pneumatic clutch is particularly suitable for transmitting power between parallel shafts in all types of machines such as mixers, conveyors, hydraulic pumps, compressors, and so on.

Due to its extremely compact dimensions, it especially suits for being used in small vehicles as assemblies in industrial spaces, shipbuilding, and other types.

What applications does an NE pneumatic clutch have?

Pneumatic clutches designed by Eide are applied in the graphic arts industry, the packaging industry, the machine tool industry, the textile sector and the cleaning vehicles sector.

In all of them, this type of clutch plays an essential role in the proper maintenance of the machines that include it.

What applications does an FNC high-sensitivity pneumatic brake have?

The primary applications of an FNC high-sensitivity pneumatic brake of constant friction are the machinery sector, textiles and cable industry. With a great response sensitivity, this type of brake designed by Eide has a reduced weight and an excellent heat dissipation.

What characteristics does an EFE electromagnetic clutch-brake have?

The EFE electromagnetic clutch-brake designed by Eide is a compact group consisting of a clutch and a brake with a very simple installation. This type of clutch-brake is small and also has a high rate of connections.

What are the main features of the ENP pneumatic clutch?

The ENP clutch is extremely compact, robust and light and without projecting parts. Another remarkable feature is its tightness, which makes it resistant to adverse operating conditions with the presence of water, dust, etc.

What are the applications of FHY type hysteresis electromagnetic brakes?

The primary applications of electromagnetic brakes FHY are those in which voltage control is needed, such as in unwinding processes in the textile, paper, or printing industries. This command is executed by varying the intensity or the voltage applied to the brake coil that is proportional to the braking torque.

What is the supply voltage of ECD type electromagnetic teeth clutches with slip ring?

The standard voltage is 24 V.d.c. The connection will be made through slip rings rotating with the reel and fed with the EIDE’s brush holder.

What applications do hoist safety brakes have?

The most common applications are for lifts, elevators, hoists, cranes and machines in general.

What is the maximum load-bearing of EIDE’s hoist safety brakes?

EIDE‘s hoist safety brakes support a maximum weight of 9,000 kg in standard manufacturing. For other charges, please inquire.

What is a hoist safety brake?

The FPC hoist safety brake is a mechanical unit for preventing an accidental fall of a lift equipment motorised by rack and pinion or any other transmission.

What applications does the SED type electromagnetic tooth clutch with coil have?

This type of electromagnetic clutch aims coupling mechanisms of all kinds of machines requiring high torque, the absence of slippage, confined spaces, etc. and can be connected to rest or minimum speed.

What machines require the use of ECD electromagnetic tooth clutch?

The ECD electromagnetic clutch is used in all kinds of machines requiring very high transmission torques at low speed: Machine Tools, Textile Machinery, Steel Industry, Mining & Quarrying, Chemical Machinery, Calenders, Laminators, Rotating Presses, etc..

What characteristics does an NE toothed pneumatic clutch have?

The NE/CD pneumatic clutch is a self-supporting and toothed device capable of transmitting significant pairs despite its small size. Another feature is synchronisation depending on the enhanced toothing. It is also possible to incorporate a stop and run detector.

What is an FMH-225 hydraulic brake?

It is a brake of great pairs that Eide designs and manufactures according to its application and the needs of the customer. Moreover, it should be noted that it does not require any maintenance while its operation is carried out under standard conditions.

What applications does an EFE electromagnetic clutch-brake have?

The EFE electromagnetic clutch is a compact group formed by a clutch and a brake applied mainly in the graphic arts, the packaging industry, the textile sector, the cable industry and in machine tools.

What are the sizes of an NE/CD toothed pneumatic clutch?

The maximum clutch torque that is capable of transmitting in 1.1 construction is 2400 Nm and 1425 Nm in 1.2 construction, both distributed in 6 different sizes.

What are the characteristics of a NEF pneumatic clutch-brake?

The main features of a NEF pneumatic clutch-brake are its compact pneumatic clutch unit and spring-loaded brake, which makes it a self-supporting unit at the same time.

Moreover, there is no rotary air intake, and the regulation process is produced by air pressure.

What is a centrifugal clutch?

A centrifugal clutch uses the so-called centrifugal force for the transmission of a movement. To achieve this, it extends its masses when it exceeds a certain speed. It has an automatic vacuum start.

What are customised solutions?

EIDE is an engineering company specialising in the design and manufacture of customised solutions in the power transmission sector. Its first special unit dates from 1957 and until the present year 2017 it has designed more than 4,500 customised solutions, all of them adapted to the needs of the clients. At EIDE, we transform special units into standard ones.

What are the key features of the FAE/M electromagnetic brake?

A FAE/M electromagnetic brake is formed by a disk that, by reaction of springs, acts directly on the element to be braked, and that when tension is applied, it is de-energised.

How does an LPPSS torque limiter work?

An LPPSS torque limiter is specifically designed to absorb overloads of work and also maintain synchronism during routine work.

A microcontact breaker can be installed so that, when detecting the loss of synchronism, stops the entire transmission through an electrical signal. Due to the characteristic curve, it is possible to detect the torque increase before a loss of synchronism occurs.

What are the applications of a centrifugal clutch?

Centrifugal clutches, which use centrifugal force to convey a movement correctly, are primarily applied to industrial machineries such as sweepers, mowers, chainsaws, generator sets, motor pumps, lawn mowers or fans.

Moreover, they are also applied to refrigeration systems and mini-karts.

What is an FIP permanent magnet brake?

An electromagnetic-permanent magnet brake is formed by a permanent magnet and a coil. This magnet forms a magnetic field that acts as a brake. When the coil receives power, a magnetic field is created opposite to the field set up by the magnet, and it is de-energized.

It is, therefore, a very versatile system that adapts quickly to all devices where it is applied and which is compatible with most manufacturers in the sector.

Is EIDE an engineering company in the power transmission sector?

EIDE is an industrial company devoted to the world of mechanical power transmission with more than 65 years of experience in the sector. Since its beginnings in the Textile, Packaging and Cable industry, it has manufactured thousands of custom-made units. It is EIDE which gets adapted to customers and not the other way round. Therefore, it has performed the project engineering service since its inception.

Over the years it has become adapted to new times expanding sectors such as Renewable Energies, Cleaning vehicles and all types of industrial and construction elevators, mainly by transmission rack and pinion. It has completed more than 4,500 selected units tailored to the needs of customers. At EIDE, we are committed to the efficiency and quality of our products to ensure the future of our customers.

What is an FZB bistable brake?

A bistable brake is specially designed for devices where the primary objective is energy saving. Its activation occurs after a small pulse of only 100 milliseconds of duration that, consequently, produces a change of state (goes from positive to negative).  When activated, it does not need any power to keep the device braking. Power only should be re-applied if you want to de-brake.

This makes it an ideal brake for devices that require low-power consumption and lower heat dissipation.

The most common applications are spaces where electricity is very appreciated, such as the Aeronautics Sector, Electric Vehicles or energy saving devices.

What is an NE group clutch?

An NE group clutch, as its name implies, is a special group formed by a pneumatic clutch of motorization and which, in turn, is composed of pinion clutches, transmission mechanisms, motors, reducers and pulleys.

It is easily adapted to a wide variety of applications, providing a complete motorised solution to those devices in which it is installed.

For a reduced space, it is necessary a large clutch pair that eases the clutch to be engaged. The best solution is to use a sprocket construction. Amazing results are achieved with this constructive possibility that turns the product into a pneumatic toothed clutch.

What are direct current electromagnets?

An electromagnet is a type of magnet in which the magnetic field is produced by the flow of an electric current, disappearing as soon as this current ceases.

The main advantage of an electromagnet over a permanent magnet is that the magnetic field can be changed quickly by controlling the amount of electric current in the winding. However, unlike a permanent magnet that does not require power, an electromagnet requires a continuous supply of current to keep the fields.

What is the function of a centrifugal clutch?

The primary function of a centrifugal clutch is to use the centrifugal force for the transmission of the rotation movement from an axis to a bell. When exceeding a given speed, the masses of the device overcome the force of some springs and rub against the bell that transmits that movement to another part of the machine.

When the engine or the electric motor reaches a certain speed, the clutch activates, working somewhat like a continuously variable transmission. As the load increases, the speed drops, disengaging the clutch, letting the speed rise again and reengaging the clutch.

What is Eide’s mission as a manufacturer of electromagnetic clutches?

Eide’s primary mission as a manufacturer of clutches and electromagnetic brakes is to assure all its customers the quality, development and innovation in all its products.

Consequently, all of them are manufactured using excellent own production equipment making use of the best raw materials and personalising, if necessary, each of the elements of its production line thanks to its R&D department.

What is a FAE/M electromagnetic brake?

A FAE/M electromagnetic brake has negative characteristics since its main feature is that the braking is produced by a reaction of springs, which exert their action directly on the object or element to be braked. When power is applied to the coil, the brake automatically stops braking.

What applications do direct current electromagnets have?

Direct current electromagnets are of essential use in brakes and electromagnetic clutches, as well as in cranes, containers, recycling centres or magnetic levitation trains.

Electromagnets are also applied to rotary electric motors with the aim of producing a rotating magnetic field and to linear motors.

What is a positional blocker?

It is a small element with a standard voltage of 24 Vdc., which performs the same function as an electromagnetic brake. However, as it is toothed, it has more torque, compared to a brake with the same sizes.

To lock it the machine containing it must be stopped or almost stopped.

What is an NEA jagged pneumatic clutch?

It is an entirely compact unit of pneumatic clutch and disengagement by spring reaction. With a radial type power, its clutch must be produced at low speed or even completely at rest (unlike disengaging, which can occur at any rate).

The fact of being jagged allows transmitting large pairs and, when it is necessary to keep synchronism, the possibility of manufacturing it to be positional.

What are the main features of the ENC pneumatic clutch?

The ENC pneumatic clutch has a high response sensitivity thanks to a central supply that does not require a rotary air intake whether its rotation speed is low. Depending on the applied air pressure, a significant torque control is obtained. Moreover, inertia is low.

What is an FAE/A self-supporting electromagnetic brake?

The FAE/A electromagnetic brake is a particular unit with a standard brake design type FAE with a self-supporting armature. With a normalised voltage of 24 V.c.c, it produces a magnetic field to attract the induced disc and produce braking.

What is a negative FZNM pneumatic brake?

It is a pneumatic safety brake since it is usually braked due to springs and when applying air pressure, it is released.

It has a high degree of reliability and provides a fast response speed. The remaining pair is minimal.

What is a DBQ centrifugal brake?

A DBQ centrifugal brake with a unique and exclusive type of technology that limits the speed of, for example, an elevator, in the event of any anomaly in its main motor. Thanks to the centrifugal force it uses, it does not need any external power supply. In addition, its operation can be voluntarily disabled.

It is used in the renewable energy sector, in elements for cleaning buildings and facades, in machine tools, and in the construction sector.

How do linear solanoids work?

The wire coil on the outside of a linear solenoid is wrapped around the core in a corkscrew fashion. When electricity passes through the wire, a magnetic field is created which moves the mobile metal slug along the length of the solanoid’s core.

What are linear solenoids used for?

The applications of linear solenoids take advantage of the ability to smoothly move the metal slug backwards and forwards. Linear solenoids are frequently used in automatic or high-security door-locking mechanisms. They’re also used in car starter motors. When the current is switched on, the solenoid brings two points into contact. This completes a circuit, allowing electricity to flow to the necessary parts of the vehicle in order to start the engine.

What is the electric charge an FHY hysteresis electromagnetic brake can withstand?

An FHY hysteresis electromagnetic brake can withstand a 24 VDC electrical charge for all the available manufactured sizes: 74-102 – 138 – 210

Depending on the size chosen, consumption ranges from 18 to 30 and 36W.

What industry can apply an FPC hoist safety brake?

An FPC hoist safety brake applies to various sectors: renewable energies, cleaning of buildings and facades, machine tools and construction industry.

For the last sector, it stands outs the application of FPC hoist safety brakes for cranes, construction hoists and mast climbing working platforms.

What is the mass of a SER electromagnetic clutch?

To determine the mass of an industrial SER electromagnetic clutch, everything depends on the type of construction to which it applies and its size.

For a 0.75 size, 1.1 construction requires a mass of 0.80 kg; 1.2 construction requires a mass of 1.06 kg; and 1.3 construction, a mass of 0.90 kg.

For a 1.5 size, 1.1 construction requires a mass of 1.20 kg; 1.2 construction requires a mass of 1.68 kg; 1.3 construction requires a mass of 1.40 kg.

For a 3 size, the 1.1 construction requires a mass of 2.30; 1.2 construction requires a mass of 3.06 kg; and 1.3 construction, a mass of 2.99 kg.

For a 6 size, the 1.1 construction requires a mass of 3.90 kg; 1.2 construction requires a mass of 5.37 kg; 1.3 construction, a mass of 4.62 kg.

For a 12 size, the 1.1 construction requires a mass of 7 kg; 1.2 construction requires a mass of 10.05 kg; 1.3 construction, a mass of 8.55 kg.

For a 20 size, the 1.1 construction requires a mass of 13.5 kg; 1.2 construction requires a mass of 19 kg; 1.3 construction, a mass of 16.5 kg.

For a 45 size, the 1.1 construction requires a mass of 21.5 kg; 1.2 construction requires a mass of 32 kg; 1.3 construction, a mass of 27 kg.

What supply voltage is suitable for an SER electromagnetic clutch?

A SER electromagnetic clutch, which is formed by an inductor coil and core with a self-centering bearing rotor, operates on a standard 24 V.c.c set voltage to make the armature works properly.

What an FHY hysteresis electromagnetic brake is for?

The FHY hysteresis electromagnetic brake applies to the cable industry and provides an extremely soft brake torque with a high sensitivity setting, and entirely independent of the speed of the machine to which is part of.

The braking torque occurs without any physical contact, which favours any waste. This implies a longer life for the FHY hysteresis electromagnetic brake and a greater stability.

What industry can apply an EC safety brake?

The EC centrifugal safety brake allows controlled descents in the absence of motorization and if there is some fault in the locking brake. These brakes are usually seen in machinery belonging to the renewable energies sector, in the cleaning of buildings and facades, in the machine tool sector and the construction industry.

When a controlled descent without power is desired, the EC centrifugal brake is the ideal choice.

What is the supply voltage of a SEE electromagnetic clutch?

The standardised voltage of a SEE electromagnetic clutch is 24 V.c.c. Formed by a core inductor coil, the rotor is mounted on the keyed shaft and incorporates friction material.

Its use applies to the textile industry, the cable industry, the graphic arts industry, the machine tool industry, the packaging sector, and in cleaning vehicles.

What is an SED electromagnetic clutch?

It is a toothed and small size electromagnetic clutch that has little to do with its great ability to exert torque transmission and its operation as an inductor coil.

The way it is designed does not permit any slippage. Its connection should be performed when the device that contains it is stationary or at low speed. The disengagement process can be carried out under any circumstances.

What characterises an ECD electromagnetic clutch?

An electromagnetic ECD clutch is characterised by its ability to transmit high torques in confined spaces, by working with a standard 24 V.c.c tension through slip rings, and by its jagged system that can connect at very low speeds and even while the device is stopped.

What are the characteristics of a FAE electromagnetic brake?

A FAE electromagnetic brake is compatible with most manufacturers, and it is known for its small size. Furthermore, there is the possibility to incorporate a voltage regulator card that works with a 24V.c.c standard tension

What characteristics does an EC safety brake have?

The EC safety brake is an individual group or self-supporting that contains standardised flanges and shafts. In addition, it can be designed both with and without a hood to make descents be controlled if no engine works or brake lock is broken.

Finally, they offer high protection as they are completely safe to those devices in which they apply.

What load supports an FPC hoist safety brake?

An FPC hoist safety brake can support a maximum load of up to 9,000 kg, as it is intended to be used in environments where heavy materials are used – as in the field of renewable energies, cleaning of buildings and facades, type machine tools and the construction sector.

In these areas, the FPC hoist safety brake prevents accidental dropping of large motor devices, which are formed by rack and pinion.

What characterises an FHY hysteresis electromagnetic brake?

An hysteresis FHY electromagnetic brake includes a braking torque which takes place without physical contact and therefore no wear or adjustment occur. Therefore, it has a higher life and an excellent stability.

As for the hysteresis effect, it is generated by an inductor and a hysteresis loop. The first surrounds the ring and, after applying tension, the result is magnetic poles crossing the ring and producing braking.

What is an FZ electromagnetic brake?

An FZ electromagnetic brake is specially designed for horizontal axes. Its reliability is high and heat dissipation is good. It has a fast response and no braking current.

The design can be customised and can include a torque control, a manual lever release and a protective cover.

It is applicable in the textile sector.

What is an FPC hoist safety brake?

The FPC hoist safety brake is a mechanical unit that avoids any accidental fall that may occur in motorised lifts or hoists. Zip and pinion usually compose these elements.

The safety brake is activated when it detects that the speed is above the maximum value. After that, sensors are activated and proceed to lock the pinion in the structure. This process occurs softly.

It has an automatic reset too.

What application has an industrial electromagnetic SER clutch?

An industrial electromagnetic SER clutch is directly applied to the graphic arts industry, the packaging sector, the textile industry, the cable industry, to be used for cleaning vehicles and for the cleaning of buildings and facades.

What are the main features of an industrial SEE electromagnetic clutch?

An SEE mechanical electromagnetic clutch is composed of a single flat disc formed by an inductor core and coil, which supports a standard 24 V.c.c voltage, and is compatible with most manufacturers of industrial machinery.

What is an SER electromangetic clutch?

An SER electromagnetic clutch is a clutch formed by an inductor coil and core with a self-centering bearing rotor that incorporates friction material.

Applying a voltage of 24 V.c.c, it generates a magnetic field that attracts an armature against the rotor disc. At this point, a deformation of the spring membrane and clutch action occur.

At the time the electromagnetic clutch is tension free, it retakes the original position.

What are the main characteristics of an SED electromagnetic clutch?

The SED electromagnetic clutch is a toothed clutch which allows in small dimensions convey a great pair. Its constructive shape allows self-supporting without any fixing bracket, only with an anti-rotation.

Clutching must occur at a standstill or at a time when the speed is low. However, the unclutching action can arise in any situation.

An SED electromagnetic clutch does not require any maintenance.

What is an ECD electromagnetic clutch?

An ECD electromagnetic clutch is a toothed clutch which supports significant pairs. The incorporated ring gear ensures an entirely active engagement, a fast disconnection and no retention or delay occurring in the response.

The diameters allowing the ECD electromagnetic clutch on the axes permit the passage of large shafts similar to those used in transmitting mechanisms during high torque times.

What is an FAE electromagnetic brake?

An FAE electromagnetic brake is a brake composed by an inductor coil and core with friction material incorporated, and an induced set formed by the armature, the spring membrane, and the bushing.

The FAE electromagnetic brake works with a standard 24 V.c.c tension (other voltages on request) that when connecting creates a magnetic field attracting the armature disc and causing a strain on the spring membrane, transmitting the torque.

To what field is a GEF electromagnetic clutch-brake applied?

The GEF electromagnetic clutch-brake – a unit formed by a clutch and a brake mounted in a single framework – is directly applied to the packaging industry, machine tools and textile industry. It is usually applied to the engine and the reducer or its composers.

What is an EFE electromagnetic clutch-brake?

The EFE electromagnetic clutch-brake is a small compact unit that provides a safety and fast response.  It is free of sliprings and keeps the electromagnetic group through a set of auto-protective radial bearings that free it from the clutch-brake mechanical group behaviour.

How is an FAE electromagnetic brake powered?

The FAE electromagnetic brake sets up a magnetic field when applying a standard voltage of 24 V.c.c to a bobbin.

Such a magnetic field attracts the armature disc and causes the membrane spring deforms.

In What Context Is an NEF Pneumatic Clutch-Brake without a Rotating Air Connection Applied?

Eide’s NEF pneumatic clutch-brake, formed by a pneumatic clutch and an antagonistic brake with spring reactions, applies to any assembly position as there is no need for a rotating air connection.

Its performance applies to the graphic industry, the packaging sector, tooling machines, the textile industry, and the cable industry.

What Characteristics Does an SER Electromagnetic Brake Have?

An SER electromagnetic brake is composed by a singular flat single-disc. It also has an auto carrying capacity as it is set to the shaft together with a cotter pin and it adds friction material (no mechanical surface is needed for its assembly).

The SER electromagnetic brake works under a standard voltage of 24 V.c.c, and it is compatible with the vast majority of manufacturers.

In What Sectors Can a FAE Electromagnetic Brake Be Applied?

The FAE electromagnetic brake applies to any area demanding a simple stop, as much in a static position as in movement.

The FAE electromagnetic brake is perfectly designed for the packaging industry, the textile industry, tooling machines, and the cable industry, among others.

What Is The Use of an EC Safety Brake?

The EC safety brake is a centrifugal brake which avoids free falls of lifts, service lift, automatic warehouses, doors, and aerogenerators.

It has a progressive action depending on the speed, and it protects the system when, during an emergency, it overpasses the nominal rate.

What voltage does an FZ electromagnetic brake withstand?

An FZ electromagnetic brake – a unit specially designed to perform parallel tasks with a high degree of reliability – works with a standard voltage of 24 V.c.c
It can be manufactured to withstand other energy types. This service is performed under request.

What Is A SEE Electromagnetic Clutch?

An SEE electromagnetic clutch is one of the simplest and efficient clutches in the sector as it is composed of 3 pieces that are perfectly fit to transfer or cancel the movement from one transmission to the other one.

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