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RINGSPANN - An electromagnetic disc brake with real bite

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The new industrial brake series from RINGSPANN sets standards in design and performance.

Based on a new type of closing technology, it was possible to create an electromagnetic disc brake with high switching performance, energy efficiency and a clamping force of up to 25,000 N on the disc. This newly developed design also enables a closed, compact shape that was previously not possible.

The design stands for immense power development through a power flow proportion and combines a dynamic line pattern with a compact design. It also integrates interchangeable components such as brake pads and locking elements in an overarching design bracket. The RINGSPANN brand is clearly underlined by the high product quality as well as the present branding.

This new MV series is the perfect solution for holding and emergency stop systems in mechanical and plant engineering. The high switching numbers open up extended performance and flexibility potentials for the user with minimal energy requirements. In addition, this series is interesting for saving the high installation and maintenance costs of hydraulic and pneumatic braking systems.

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Ring tension spring-applied electromagnetically released disc brakes from the MV series
Brake from the front
Brake side view
Brake in detail

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Tobias Neuber, Head of Industrial Design, QM Representative
Tobias Neuber, Head of Industrial Design, QM Representative
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