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Windlasses & Winches Electric Brake

Windlasses & Winches Electric Brake

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Mooring Winches & Anchor Windlasses Motor Electric Brake
Mooring Winches & Anchor Windlasses Motor Electric Brake

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Table of contents
These operating instructions
......................................................................... 3
 General information on the product
.............................................................. 3
 Safety information
........................................................................................... 4
 Technical data
................................................................................................. 6
 
Brake connection dimensions...................................................................... 6Tightening torques for various bolt sizes..................................................... 6Bolt and hexagon socket screw key sizes for various brake sizes................ 6
Overview
.......................................................................................................... 7
 
Brake (outer)................................................................................................ 7Brake (inner)................................................................................................ 8
Installation
.......................................................................................................
 
9Fitting..........................................................................................................10
Electrical connection
.......................................................................................12
 Commissioning
................................................................................................13
 
Function check.............................................................................................14Airgap check................................................................................................14
Mode of operation of the brake
......................................................................15
 
Brake power supply connection...................................................................15
Brake power supply
disconnection.................................................................15
 Running-in friction
linings..............................................................................15
Operation
.........................................................................................................16
 Manual release
................................................................................................17
 Maintenance
....................................................................................................19
 
Airgap check................................................................................................20Brake flange reversal...................................................................................21Brake flange, friction lining group and armature plate replacement............23
Condensation water
drainage..........................................................................25
 Dismantling brake
...........................................................................................26
 Cleaning
...........................................................................................................27
Troubleshooting
..............................................................................................28
 Spare parts
.......................................................................................................30
 Additional equipment for brakes
...................................................................31
Disposal
............................................................................................................31
 Warranty
.........................................................................................................31
Declaration of conformity
...............................................................................32
Index
.................................................................................................................33
 
 
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These operating instructions ...
...
explain the procedures for the handling and use of seawater-proof electromagnetic double-face spring-pressure operated brakes (SFB) and holding brakes (SFB-H). They contain information on procedures forsafe
 
Installation
 
Commissioning and
 
MaintenanceThe safety information relating to the handling and use of the brake are summarised in a separate chapter.Before fitting the brake, it is in your own interest to familiarise yourself with the information contained inthese instructions and the potential hazards relating to the use of the brake and to observe the applicablesafety rules and regulations in particular.
...
are intended for:
 
Fitters
 
Mechanics
 
Brake operatorsThese persons must be experienced in the use of electromagnetic brakes and have the necessary training.
...
uses the following symbols:
 
Safety information is emphasised by a bright triangle
 
indicates enumerations
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accompanies working steps carried out by you
General information on the product
Description
Seawater-proof electromagnetic double-face spring-pressure operated brakes (SFB) and holding brakes(SFB-H) are safety brakes that are applied mechanically when the current is disconnected. This ensures thatthe brake still operates in the event of a power failure. Both types of brake are designed for dry-runningoperation, must only be operated in a safe condition and fitted, commissioned, operated and maintained onlyby specially trained installation personnel.Brakes with a rated voltage from 75V DC (low-voltage directive) carry the CE mark.
SFB
 SFB series brakes are suitable for dynamic and static braking with minimum friction lining wear.
SFB-H
 SFB-H series brakes are used only as holding brakes with emergency braking characteristics. The number of springs is increased compared to the normal brake, the maximum airgap reduced and wear with dynamicbraking greater.
Use for the intended purpose
SFB and SFB-H series brakes are used for braking electric motors, e.g. on ships, drilling rigs, crane systems,in rolling mills and steel works, mining, transport and cable railways. Use for any other than the intendedpurpose is considered improper and not for the intended purpose. If there is any doubt that the intendedapplication of the brake may not for the intended purpose, please consult PINTSCH BAMAG.

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