Emergency brake handle PAD10 series
foldingfor railway applicationsaluminum

emergency brake handle
emergency brake handle
emergency brake handle
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Characteristics

Type
folding
Applications
for railway applications, emergency brake
Material
aluminum
Other characteristics
rugged

Description

Emergency brake handle for lintel mounting You will find emergency brake handles from Schaltbau in railway vehicles all over the world. The new PAD10 Series emergency brake handle is designed for lintel mounting, e. g. under the lintel of a carriage door and in passenger spaces. Equipped with switching elements featuring positive opening operation the device meets all safety requirements for such components, and ensures trouble-free operation over the years. The new emergency brake handle fully complies with the design require­ments of DIN EN 15327-1 as well as the provisions for installation of braking equipment and emergency brake operations in vehicles used for the carriage of persons. Features: - Elegant design - Aluminium die-cast housing, rugged, long-lasting - Finish: semi-gloss varnish, resistant to acids and chemicals - Handle can be lead sealed - Optional automatic reset (spring return) - 2 switching elements max. with gold or silver contacts - Fitted with 2 switching elements max. (S870) with gold or silver plated contacts - Standards: DIN EN 15327-1:2009

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The Battery Show - Europe 2024
The Battery Show - Europe 2024

18-20 Jun 2024 Stuttgart (Germany) Hall 8 - Stand F35

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    ees Europe

    19-21 Jun 2024 Munich (Germany) Hall B2 - Stand 381

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