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Mechanical safety catcher KRM

mechanical safety catcher
mechanical safety catcher
mechanical safety catcher
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Mechanical Safety CatcherThe Mechanical Safety Catcher KRM is operated purely mechanically and requires neither a hydraulic nor a pneumatic system for control.The clamping head is kept open mechanically and acts upon rupture of the suspension (rope, belt, chain, etc.). The energy of the falling mass is then used to generate the clamping force.In applications where lifted loads can be dangerous in case of rupture of the suspension device, Safety Catchers KRM are used to protect people and assure accident prevention. Safety Catchers KRM secure the load at any point of the stroke in a mechanically safe and absolutely reliable way. Due to the principle of self-reinforcing clamping, a very high level of safety is reached 1 Intended use In applications where lifted loads can be dangerous in case of rupture of the suspension device, Safety Catchers KRM are used to protect people and assure accident prévention. Safety Catchers KRM secure the load at any point of the stroke in a mechanically safe and absolutely reliable way. Due to the principle of self-intensifying clamping, a very high level of safety is reached. The Safety Catcher KRM is kept open mechanically and acts upon rupture of the suspension element (rope, belt, Chain, etc.). The energy of the falling mass is then used to generate the clamping force. The Safety Catcher KRM becomes effective as soon as the lifting force drops below a critical limit due to any failure. The action of the springs then causes the ciamping jaws (3), Fig. 3 to damp the rod (1), Fig. 3 firmly, thus securing the load.

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