Disc brake INTORQ BFK464
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Characteristics

Type
disc
Operation
electromagnetic, spring
Other characteristics
safety, for elevators
Torque

1,200 Nm (885.0746 ft.lb)

Description

High braking torque and small installation space: The compact and powerful BFK464-R dual-circuit spring-applied brake from INTORQ does it economically. This brake works with a split armature plate and two independent coil circuits. It reliably complies with the legal requirements for redundancy, such as for use in passenger elevators. In addition to the reliable braking torque, the high switching dynamics add even more safety. Switching noises are kept to a minimum. This is achieved by the well-engineered damping system. Another plus is the compact design: The rotor neck only minimally protrudes into the motor bearing shield, and the gear teeth of the rotor are particularly short. Single-disc brake for elevator technology Powerful and economical About INTORQ BFK464 High braking torque and small installation space: The compact and powerful BFK464-R dual-circuit spring-applied brake from INTORQ does it economically. This brake works with a split armature plate and two independent coil circuits. It reliably complies with the legal requirements for redundancy, such as for use in passenger elevators. In addition to the reliable braking torque, the high switching dynamics add even more safety. Switching noises are kept to a minimum. This is achieved by the well-engineered damping system. Another plus is the compact design: The rotor neck only minimally protrudes into the motor bearing shield, and the gear teeth of the rotor are particularly short. Features at a glance - 7 sizes - Stable braking torque on high-temperature contact surfaces - Mounting for typical encoders - Long-term stable noise suppression
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