What is the negative pneumatic brake FNB?
The negative pneumatic brake FNB is a highly safe and versatile braking solution.
This type of brake operates in a negative mode, which means that it remains braked in the absence of air pressure thanks to the action of the springs.
When air pressure is applied to 5.5 bar, the brake is released, making it ideal for safety applications, as in the event of any problems, the springs are the ones that provide the braking force.
The FNB family of brakes offers a compact design and a nominal torque range from 25 Nm to 150 Nm, making them suitable for a wide range of applications.
Versatility of assembly
The most common mounting for the pneumatic brake is between the motor and gearbox using standard B5 flanges. Thanks to its double flange design, this brake can be easily installed in existing applications.
Another common mounting option involves the installation of a pulley or chain sprocket on the output shaft, taking advantage of the self-supporting design of the brake.
Common applications of the negative pneumatic brake FNB
In holding or parking applications, the brake is wear-free, and for applications requiring dynamic braking, wear is minimal. This ensures long-lasting and reliable performance in a variety of situations.
If you are looking for a safe and efficient braking solution, the negative pneumatic brake FNB could be the perfect choice for your application.
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