SIBRE DISC BRAKE TYPE USB - SERVICE BRAKE FOR CRANE APPLICATIONS
These brakes have been designed primarily for the demands of crane-lifting and material handling applications. The specialist design provides a combination of spring and weight applied brakes ideal for service and emergency braking requirements in cranes, conveyors, and opencast mining.
The robust design is complemented by all bearing and pivot points fitted with maintenance-free, close tolerance bushes. The pins are made of rust-free and anti-acid stainless steel for a longer-lasting braking system. ICP supply a complete USB braking system equipped with easily replaceable and low cost sintered brake pads, standard material brake discs, Sibre wear compensator for reduced maintenance, and a square spring tube with graduated torque scale to facilitate torque adjustment.
- Improved brake linings increase the lifetime
- Parallel opening of brake shoes minimizes the risk of sliding between disc and linings
- Optimized spring guiding unit reduces noise emission
- manual release system increases operational safety for manual load lowering
- Enhanced corrosion protection
Sibre Storm Brakes are built for rail-mounted cranes to prevent runaway in a storm or power failure. Storm Brakes protect crucial crane components from testing conditions and external forces, thus protecting endangered people and goods.
RPS Storm Brakes are spring-applied, hydraulically released, static brakes. Built with a hardened steel shoe to transfer a braking force onto crane rail-heads. The high-quality design maximizes performance through efficiency and serviceability for ultimate safety. RPS storm brakes are available in various sizes suitable for different rail and wheel sizes.
- Individually adjustable closing time.
- Switches for position monitoring
- Hydraulic power packs
- Mounting stands
- Cleaning brushes
Industrial Clutch Parts offer the full range of braking applications for the cranes and hoists industry.
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