What is the FNC pneumatic brake?
The pneumatic brake FNC is a versatile and efficient solution for applications requiring reel control in industrial processes.
This brake stands out for its ability to operate continuously and its sensitive response thanks to air pressure regulation.
FNC pneumatic brake characteristics
Air supply through static chamber: These brakes are supplied with air through a static chamber, which ensures a constant and reliable supply.
High response sensitivity: Brake response is highly sensitive and is achieved by precise regulation of the air pressure.
High-performance friction material: They are designed to operate in continuous friction, with minimum wear and without generating annoying vibrations and noises.
Proportional control of braking torque: Braking torque is directly proportional to air pressure, allowing precise and adjustable control of the torque absorbed by the brake.
FNC pneumatic brakes applications
These brakes find their use in a variety of industrial applications and are particularly suitable for tension control. Some of the most common applications include.
Industrial unwinding machines: FNC pneumatic brakes are essential on paper, plastic, textile and graphic arts unwinding machines. Their ability to maintain constant tension on the material is essential in the production of high quality rolls and sheets.
Elastic couplings: In addition to braking axles, the FNC brakes are also available in versions that allow elastic couplings to be fitted. This extends their versatility in applications where additional control is required.
Components of a FNC pneumatic brake
Static air chamber: Where the air supply for the operation of the brake is received.
Friction disk: The friction material is fixed on this disc, which is connected to a chain or pulley. There is also a version that allows the mounting of an elastic coupling.
Heat dissipation radiator: The brake disc incorporates a high-capacity radiator to dissipate the heat generated during continuous braking, ensuring optimum performance.
Mounting and Transmission
The most common assembly of the FNC pneumatic brakes is realised via belts, chains or gears, allowing effective integration into power transmission systems.
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