KiloWatt Class Brakes

Mechanically Applied Brakes

Overview

This mechanically actuated, sliding caliper brake is designed for static/secondary applications. (Please contact Carlisle regarding dynamic braking applications.)

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Failsafe, Spring Applied Hydraulically Released Brakes

WBF1-89-SC: Rotor brakes

The WBF1-89-SC has been specifically designed to meet the exacting requirements of Wind Turbine rotor braking applications, where failsafe stopping power is required when hydraulic power cannot be guaranteed. The WBF1-89-SC is designed for gearbox mounting and features a spring applied, floating caliper. This enables the brake to self-centre on the disc during operation, catering for axial displacements in the drive train. Constructed from ductile cast iron, the WBF1-89-SC has one 80 mm diameter spring pack, and is fitted with a position backstop as standard to minimise brake response times. This unique combination of features ensures that the WBF1-89-SC provides reliable long term operation over extremes of environmental conditions, and simplified in-service inspection and maintenance for the duration of the Wind Turbine's lifetime.

WBF2-89-SC: Rotor brakes

The WBF2-89-SC has been specifically designed to meet the exacting requirements of Wind Turbine rotor braking applications, where failsafe stopping power is required when hydraulic power cannot be guaranteed. The WBF2-89-SC is designed for gearbox mounting and features a spring applied, floating caliper. This enables the brake to self-centre on the disc during operation, catering for axial displacements in the drive train. Constructed from ductile cast iron, the WBF2-89-SC has two 80 mm diameter spring packs, and is fitted with a position backstop as standard to minimise brake response times. This unique combination of features ensures that the WBF2-89-SC provides reliable long term operation over extremes of environmental conditions, and simplified in-service inspection and maintenance for the duration of the Wind Turbine's lifetime.

SA-7000 HP: Hydraulic - SAHR (Spring Applied Hydraulic Release)

The Carlisle SA-7000 HP series brake is a spring-applied, hydraulically released, sliding caliper brake designed for static/secondary applications. (Please contact Carlisle regarding dynamic braking applications.) Get more information

SA-7000 LP: Hydraulic - SAHR (Spring Applied Hydraulic Release)

The Carlisle SA-7000 LP series brake is a spring-applied, hydraulically released, sliding caliper brake designed for static/secondary applications. (Please contact Carlisle regarding dynamic braking applications.) Get more information

Features

  • Spring applied (failsafe), hydraulically released
  • Range of spring packs available for varied braking forces
  • Self-centering design to eliminate lining drag
  • Offset adjustment mechanism to compensate for lining wear
  • Open caliper design for simplified inspection
  • Low weight for simplified installation and maintenance
  • Sintered metallic linings for high speed/high energy applications
  • Large brake lining area for reduced wear and reduced operating temperatures
  • Lining retraction system to eliminate brake drag when brake is not applied
  • Small air gap (between disc and lining) for minimum brake reaction time
  • Few moving parts for increased lifetime and easy maintenance

Active Hydraulic Brakes

Overview

C2: Hydraulic

The Carlisle C2 brake is a hydraulically applied, two-piston brake with retracting springs and automatic adjusters. This brake is typically mounted on the vehicle's drive shaft for service brake applications. Get more information

B2: Hydraulic

The Carlisle B2 brake is a hydraulically applied, two-piston, caliper disc brake with retracting springs and automatic adjusters. This brake is typically mounted to a flange on the vehicle's axle or mounting bracket for service brake applications. Get more information

PD1425: Hydraulic

The Carlisle PD1425 series brake is a hydraulically actuated, double opposed piston, caliper disc brake with retracting springs and automatic adjusters. Both the caliper and disc require fixed mountings. This brake provides high torque ranges for severe service conditions. Multiple calipers may be used on a single disc to proportionately increase torque output. Get more information

F4 & FF4: Hydraulic

The Carlisle F4 and FF4 series brakes are hydraulically actuated, four-piston, disc brakes with retracting springs and automatic adjusters. These brakes are typically bolted to the armature shaft of an electric wheel motor equipped with either a 20" or 25" diameter disc. Get more information

Active Hydraulic Brakes are hydraulically applied, two-piston brake with retracting springs and automatic adjusters.

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