Pneumatic linear brake ROBA®-linearstop

pneumatic linear brake
pneumatic linear brake
Add to favorites
Compare this product


pneumatic, spring, hydraulic, electromagnetic
Other characteristics
safety, emergency
Braking force

Max.: 50,000 N

Min.: 70 N


linearstop is designed for use with linear movements. It can be used wherever a piston rod is available or can be additionally attached. It prevents unintentional sinking or falling of gravity-loaded axes. The ROBA®-linearstop in electromagnetic and hydraulic versions are designed as clamping units and are suitable for EMERGENCY STOP braking. The pneumatic version Type 381.1 is also suitable for dynamic braking. Limits of use Not suitable for use in heavily polluted environments Not suitable for use in high ambient temperatures >60 °C Not suitable for use in liquid media Not suitable for use in vacuum Not suitable for contact with abrasive media (e.g. rubbing and grinding dust) Not suitable for contact with aggressive, corrosive media (e.g. solvents, acid, lye, salt, etc.) Not suitable for contact with foodstuffs Functionality The ROBA®-linearstop is an electromagnetic, pneumatic or hydraulic safety brake. In the de-energised state, a spring acts on a clamping element. The piston rod is clamped. When the required operating pressure is applied or a voltage is applied, the clamping element is pushed or pulled against the spring. The piston rod can be moved. Product features Features Reinforced corrosion protection possible Wear monitoring possible Adapter available on both sides Positioning flange available Angle connector available for pneumatic version Connection for sealing air available with pneumatic version Construction - Protection class Protection class IP 54 Assembly and maintenance Low maintenance Simple assembly Sound Not silenced Generally no noise development



*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.