Ship propeller shaft brake EMB-STOP SBT

ship propeller shaft brake
ship propeller shaft brake
ship propeller shaft brake
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The Stop Block Turn brake EMB-STOP SBT is made up of one or several disk brakes, locking elements and turning devices. Out SBT devices (Stopping - Blocking - Turning) are mainly used on propeller shafts in maritime applications: from small yachts to cruise ships or large supply vessels. The functions "stopping", "blocking" and "turning" can optionally be performed individually or as a double or triple combination: Individually: »stopping«, »blocking« or »turning« Double: »stopping and blocking«, »stopping and turning or »blocking and turning« Triple: »stopping, blocking and turning« All versions are supplied along with a control allowing for local triggering of the device from the engine room or from the navigation bridge. The SBT device is available as an electrical or hydraulic version. State-of-the-art electrical ship drives can additionally be equipped with the "all electric" version which is very quiet. Properties of Stop Block Turn device EMB-STOP SBT: - electromechanical / hydraulic brake system - blocking device propeller shaft - turning device propeller shaft - high torques up to 126 kNm - high blocking torques up to 645 kNm - high brake torques up to 400 kNm The type with electric brake is self-locking which means that it remains in the current condition, i. e. released or applied even if the supply voltage fails. Signals: brake released, brake applied, wear of brake pad, locking pin extended, turning device engaged, turning device in resting position and locked.



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