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Thruster Disc Brakes SB 8 Series

22000 21000 20000 19000 18000 17000 16000 15000 14000

SB 8 .3

13000 12000 11000 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 Brake torque in Nm

SB 8.2

5000 4000 3000 2000 1000

SB
PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000

8.1

750 500 250

250 280 315 355 400 450 500 560 630 710 800 900 1000 1250 Brake disc diameter in mm

Reliable

Compact Design

Robust Construction

Easy Maintenance

A7s

Description SB 8

Main Features - Steel Mill Execution
Very compact dimensions Thrusters for high ambient temperatures in steel mills Wear resistant linings Adjustable, enclosed brake spring with torque scale Stainless steel pins and spindles Maintenance free bushings in all hinge points Right or Left hand design

Options
Heavy-duty designed automatic wear compensator (dust-proof) Heat resistant wiring of limit switches Limit switch release control (special execution) Limit switch wear control (special execution) Limit switch manual release (special execution) Manual release lever with or without stop Monitoring systems ( e.g. VSR) Brake discs with hubs or couplings

Ordering Example
Brake type Disc diameter Disc thickness Thruster type Execution
R = Right hand L = Left hand

Thrusters, Technical Data
Thruster Type Ed 30/5 Ed 50/6 Ed 80/6 Ed 121/6 Ed 201/6 Ed 301/6 Power (W) 200 210 330 330 450 550 Curr. (A) at 400 V 0,5 0,5 1,2 1,2 1,3 1,4 Weight (kg) 14 23 24 39 39 40

SB 8.1 - 560 x 30 - 80/6 - R

Data supplied by thruster manufacturer, please take higher start current into consideration, fuses to be minimum 2A

Please Note
We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. Nevertheless, we would point out that brakes are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation. The guarantee for the correct functioning of our brakes is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the German DIN standard 15434 part 2 (drum and disc brakes, servicing and maintenance in operation), or to comparable standards in his own country.

PINTSCH BUBENZER Service
This includes the verification of the brake selection, if required. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request.

A8s

03-09 600 B max max295 max215 e 30 max720 230 15 RIGHT HAND DESIGN k 1 ø18 300 120 80 LEFT HAND DESIGN 20 180 80 300 20 *) Average friction factor of standard material combination For crane brake lay-out use safety factors documented in the FEM 1.1 Dimensions and technical data Rev. Section 1 All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Weight: 78 kg w/o thruster Disc Ø d2 355 400 450 500 560 Friction Ø d1 275 320 370 420 480 d4 160 205 255 305 365 Thruster type Contact force in N e 138 160 185 210 240 k1 78 100 125 150 180 Bmax 430 457 482 507 537 Ed 30/5 4000 Ed 50/6 6100 d 4 d 1 Ed 80/6 10500 Friction factor μ = 0.001.4* Brake torque MBr in Nm 450 500 600 670 770 650 800 900 1000 1150 1150 1350 1550 1750 2000 A10s d 2 .Disc Brake SB 8.

4* 2700 3100 3600 4100 4700 5400 4200 4800 5500 6400 7300 8400 .1000 30 90 4 1 280 15 Right hand execution k 1 370 140 ø2 3 140 Left hand execution 95 130 450 130 20 *) Average friction factor of standard material combination For crane brake lay-out use safety factors documented in the FEM 1.2 Dimensions and technical data Rev. 10-08 max.001. Section 1 All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Weight: 180 kg w/o thruster Disc Ø d2 450 500 560 630 710 800 A11s Friction Ø d1 350 400 460 530 610 700 d4 200 250 310 380 460 550 Thruster type Contact force in N Ed 50/6 7300 Ed 80/6 12300 Ed 121/6 19300 d d d 2 Ed 201/6 30000 e 175 200 230 265 305 350 k1 105 130 160 195 235 280 Bmax 540 575 605 640 680 725 Brake torque MBr in Nm 1000 1200 1400 1700 2000 2300 2600 Friction factor μ = 0.340 max.270 750 B max e max.Disc Brake SB 8.

1200 30 d 4 d 1 370 20 k 1 LEFT HAND DESIGN 400 ø27 160 30 180 420 180 20 100 RIGHT HAND DESIGN *) Average friction factor of standard material combination For crane brake lay-out use safety factors documented in the FEM 1.3 Dimensions and technical data Rev. 03-09 max. e 120 max. Section 1 All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Weight: 285 kg w/o thruster Disc Ø d2 630 710 800 900 1000 1250 Friction Ø d1 500 580 670 770 870 1120 d4 310 390 480 580 680 930 Thruster type Contact force in N Ed 201/6 27000 Brake torque MBr in Nm 5400 6250 7200 8300 9400 12000 d 2 Ed 301/6 43000 Friction factor μ = 0.001.280 780 Bmax.Disc Brake SB 8.350 max.4* 8600 10000 11500 13200 15000 19200 A12s e 250 290 335 385 435 560 k1 170 210 255 305 355 480 Bmax 630 670 715 765 815 940 .

Hydraulic Caliper Disc Brakes SF Series 440 420 400 380 360 340 320 300 280 SF 40 240 220 SF 30 24 F S 200 180 160 140 15 SF 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 SF 1 PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600 2800 Brake disc diameter in mm Reliable High Performance Robust Design Easy Maintenance B1s Brake torque in kNm 260 .

Steel Mill Execution Dead man's circuit Stainless steel tank Non flammable oil Oil temperature switch Automatic emergency release system Stainless steel cover Operating Restrictions Brakes of this range are tested both mechanically and hydraulically and are set to nominal force. manual pad wear compensation Hydraulic power units Organic.Steel Mill Execution Two identical caliper halves. Operating conditions other than described in this brochure require the manufacturer´s approval and may influence the function of the caliper and its components. Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. B2s . This setting can only be changed by the manufacturer. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. The guarantee for the correct functioning of our brakes is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the German DIN standard 15434 part 2 (drum and disc brakes. if required. non-asbestos linings Cleaning pad Special seals for flame-proof liquids Viton seals Applications The high capacity of these brakes makes them particularly suitable as secondary emergency brakes on main hoists (ladle cranes). ready for operation. with spring packs set to nominal force and limit switch for release control (heat resistant) Up to 2 mm airgap between linings and brake disc Options Heat resistant wiring of limit switches Limit switch wear control (special execution) Heat resistant piping Completely piped supports for one or more calipers Easy. Other applications are possible in material handling. Nevertheless. we would point out that brakes are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation. particularly in replacing band brakes. PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the brake selection. or to comparable standards in his own country. Hydraulic power unit . Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request. Use of the brakes for applications with high duty cycles should be specifically indicated during technical selection procedure.Description SF Main Features . requiring power and compact design in either direction of rotation. servicing and maintenance in operation).

9 Tighten. pressure bar 210 210 140 180 180 Max.40 0.023 0.023 0.9 10.052 Pad surface cm2 427 427 570 1050 1360 Theor.40 0.40 Weight (kg) 760 1180 200 210 368 Brake disc data Brake torque MBr in Nm = FA (kN) x µ x d1 (mm) 1 8 7 6 5 Please indicate mounting position in case of order.9 10. 12-06 Bleeder valve Pressure connection SF30 *) Average friction factor of standard material combination All dimensions in mm.40 0. 30) B3 . permissible drum or hub diameter in mm b1 = Disc thickness in mm (min.40 0. pressure bar 240 240 200 200 200 Release stroke mm 2 2 2 2 2 Oil volume l 0. 4 2 3 SF10 SF15 SF24 SF30 SF40 Data per caliper half d1 = d2-170 mm d2-170 mm d2-200 mm d2-290 mm d2-320 mm d4 = d2-420 mm d2-420 mm d2-490 mm d2-620 mm d2-700 mm d2 = Brake disc diameter in mm d1 = Friction diameter in mm d4 = Max.9 10. torque.Disc Brake SF Dimensions and technical data Rev. friction µ* 0. 30 40 Type SF 10 15 24 280 300 b2 165 165 195 640 720 b3 410 410 480 155 175 b4 110 110 130 200 220 b5 115 115 130 110 125 b6 85 85 100 110 125 b7 60 60 70 140 160 b8 85 85 100 5 10 b9 5 5 5 150 170 b10 90 90 105 10 10 c1 10 10 10 290 310 d5 175 175 225 d6 3/8” 3/8” 3/8” 3/8” 3/8” 38 50 d7 25 25 31 d8 12 12 12 12 12 h1 400 480 270 270 300 h2 300 375 220 220 230 h3 100 125 90 90 70 l1 940 981 685 750 810 l2 402 502 292 292 342 l3 130 110 100 100 110 l4min 180 200 40 110 130 Bolt ø M24 M24 M30 M36 M48 Bolt material 10.9 10. Alterations reserved without notice.035 0. Nm 1050 1050 2100 3500 6400 Contact force FA kN 300 400 100 150 240 Op.050 0.

B4s .3 l/min 210 bar 40 l 115 kg The flow diagram shows the general arrangement of the hydraulic power unit. the idler valve switches into idle running. After the nominal pressure is reached. All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice With every order we supply a complete hydraulic and electric diagram according to the order specification. 03-09 Example: Standard configuration up to 8 SF10/SF15 up to 4 SF24 Motor: Pump: Pressure: Tank: Weight: 4 kW 12. including handpump and dead man circuit for emergency manual release of the brakes.Disc Brake SF Hydraulic power unit for one and more calipers (example) Rev. The two solenoid valves are switched in parallel (redundancy).

one hydraulic power unit Hose Equal Tee Distributor Pipe Brake Hose Equal Tee Power Unit Attention: For operating two brake units with one power unit please note.Piping Samples Disc brakes SF and BSC Rev. that the power unit should be installed in the middle between the brakes to get almost equal pipe length on both sides (equal apply time of brakes). B5 . 09-02 Example: Piping of one brake unit – one hydraulic power unit Equal Tee Distributor Brake Power Unit Hose Hose Pipe Example: Piping of two brake units .

Spring-Set Brakes SFB and SFB-SH Series PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 Reliable High Performance Robust Easy Maintenance Compact Tried and Trusted C1 .

The guarantee for the correct functioning of our brakes is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the German DIN standard 15434 part 2 (drum and disc brakes.rectifier Protective element Brake control unit Brake control and monitoring system = BCU 2001 = BCMS-4 Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. Nevertheless.Description SFB and SFB-SH Series Main Features Spring applied safety brake Electromechanically released Protection-class IP67 Double wear reserve by single air gap adjustment High work capacity High wear resistance because of high abrasion resistance Functional without cover Emergency release screws Options Special brake torque: Lower brake torque Higher brake torque = = type SFB type SFB-SH Holding brake torques available on request Micro.up systems at offshore systems Dynamic and static use at general industrial applications Special voltage Anti condensation heater Radial cable outlet Special flange Electrical equipment One-way-. PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the brake selection. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request. trolley. servicing and maintenance in operation). or to comparable standards in his own country. if required. we would point out that brakes are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation. Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. bridge-. and switching. C2 .and hoisting-applications Electrical drives for ship.winches and deck machinery Jack.or proximity switches: • Monitoring the function on/off • Maximum air gap (wear-monitoring) Lateral junction box Tacho preparation with all mounting parts Cover bore Shaft-sealing Applications Gantry-.

05-08 Keyways for keys acc.9 26 28 32 38 SFB 10 100 80 63 0.0175 74 4700 110 220 2.95 0.3 0.4 1.0068 55 5500 110 196 1.5 17. to DIN6885 Bl.1.3 36 38 42 48 55 55 318 214 117 117 143 12 22.79 0. speed Nominal voltage Nominal power Nominal current Airgap.78 0. Protection IP67 Alterations reserved without notice Brake size Brake torque M2 dynamic acc.0037 28 6000 110 128 1.3 46 65 70 75 80 90 110 540 128 394 191 171 211 15 30 A550-1 A660-1 A800-1 SFB 250 2500 2100 1650 0.0 0.0048 42 6000 110 158 1.50 0.140 306 2800 110 495 4.4 36 48 55 60 SFB 63 630 520 400 0. mm Rough boring d H7 Preferential boring d H7 maximal e f h l l1 m s α° 40 238 150 96 96 115 11 15 A250 A300 40 260 180 96 96 118 11 15 A300 A350 60 400 244 142 142 169 14 30 A400-1 A450-1 A550-1 Suitable standard Intermediate flange 75 440 95 292 148 142 171 15 30 A450-1 A550-1 A660-1 75 446 95 330 148 142 183 15 30 A450-1 A550-1 A660-1 Lenghts mm Dimensions of standard intermediale flanges Standard intermediate flange a b c H7 o q r Screws k A250 A300 A300-1 A350 A400 A400-1 A450 A450-1 A550 A550-1 A660 A800 250 300 300 350 400 400 450 450 550 550 660 800 215 265 265 300 350 350 400 400 500 500 600 740 180 230 230 250 300 300 350 350 450 450 550 680 18 18 18 20 22 22 24 24 24 24 30 30 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 13 13 17.5 17.4 2.3 1.8 36 60 65 75 SFB 100 1000 830 660 0. brake OFF d Diameter mm B-Side Coil b. mm max.16 0.8 36 60 65 75 SFB 160 1600 1300 1050 0.4 1.44 0.3 1.2 26 28 32 38 SFB 16 160 130 100 0.4 1.90 0.0017 19 6000 110 99 0. 20° C Nm SFB 6. width accuracy P9.2 36 38 42 48 55 55 280 202 117 117 137 11 30 A300-1 A350-1 A400-1 A450-1 SFB 25 250 210 180 0.3 63 54 45 0.6 1.5 A350 A400 A450 SFB 40 400 330 260 0. to DIN VDE 0580 Mass moment of inertia Mass (weight) max.036 106 4000 110 307 2.13 0.4 2.5 46 65 70 75 80 90 110 556 128 440 191 171 232 15 45 A660 A800 kgm 2 kg min -1 V DC W A min.5 4xM12 4xM12 4xM12 4xM16 4xM16 4xM16 4xM12 8xM16 8xM16 8xM16 8xM20 8xM20 Lenghts mm Diameter mm C3 .Spring-Set Brake SFB Electromagnetic Two-Disc Spring-Set Brake Rev.128 242 3200 110 435 3.050 168 3600 110 344 3.

to DIN VDE 0580 Mass moment of inertia Mass (weight) max.375 500 2200 110 671 6.325 357 2500 110 553 5. speed Nominal voltage Nominal power Nominal current Airgap. mm Rough boring d H7 Preferential boring d H7 maximal e f h l l1 m s α° 125 700 140 570 237 210 310 15 30 A800 140 795 155 620 282 255 360 15 30 A800-1 Lenghts mm Suitable standard intermediate flange Standard intermediate flange a b c H7 o q r Screws k Dimensions of standard intermediate flange A660-1 A800 A800-1 600 800 800 600 740 740 550 680 680 30 30 30 7 7 7 21.7 3. brake OFF d Diameter mm B-Side Coil b.5 8xM20 8xM20 8xM20 Diameter mm Keyways for keys acc.5 21.91 0.5 46 65 70 75 80 90 110 660 128 520 191 171 272 15 30 A660-1 A800-1 SFB 630 6300 5250 4200 0. width accuracy P9.Spring-Set Brake SFB Electromagnetic Two-Disc Spring-Set Brake Rev.7 2. mm max. 20° C Nm SFB 400 4000 3350 2650 0.8 58 100 SFB 1000 10000 8500 7000 1.4 2. 05-08 Brake size Brake torque M2 dynamic acc.1.03 0.1 68 125 kgm 2 kg min -1 V DC W A min.007 750 2000 110 980 8. Protection IP67 Alterations reserved without notice C4 Lenghts mm .10 0. to DIN6885 Bl.

0068 55 5500 110 196 1.16 0. 20° C Nm SFB 6.8 36 60 65 75 SFB SFB SFB 100-SH 160-SH 250-SH 1300 1200 1100 0.5 17.8 36 60 65 75 2100 1900 1750 0.50 0.0048 42 6000 110 158 1. width accuracy P9.3 1.3 1.3 0.6 1.050 168 3600 110 344 3.036 106 4000 110 307 2.13 0.1.4 2.4 1.2 26 28 32 38 SFB 16-SH 210 190 180 0. speed Nominal voltage Nominal power Nominal current Airgap.0037 28 6000 110 128 1.78 0.9 26 28 32 38 SFB 10-SH 130 120 110 0.3-SH 80 75 69 0.5 17.79 0. brake OFF d Diameter mm B-Side Coil b.Spring-Set Brake SFB-SH Electromagnetic Two-Disc Spring-Set Brake Increased brake-torque Rev.4 36 48 55 60 SFB 63-SH 800 750 690 0.3 36 38 42 48 55 55 318 214 117 117 143 12 22. to DIN6885 Bl.5 4xM12 4xM12 4xM12 4xM16 4xM16 4xM16 8xM16 8xM16 8xM16 8xM16 8xM20 8xM20 Durchmesser mm Länge mm C5 . Protection IP67 Alterations reserved without notice Brake size Brake torque M2 dynamic acc.0175 74 4700 110 220 2.90 0.44 0.128 242 3200 110 435 3.95 0. to DIN VDE 0580 Mass moment of inertia Mass (weight) max. mm max.0017 19 6000 110 99 0.5 46 65 70 75 80 90 110 556 128 440 191 171 232 15 45 A660 A800 kgm 2 kg min -1 V DC W A min.2 36 38 42 48 55 55 280 202 117 117 137 11 30 A300-1 A350-1 A400-1 A450-1 SFB 25-SH 350 310 275 0.4 1.4 2.3 46 65 70 75 80 90 110 540 128 394 191 171 211 15 30 A550-1 A660-1 A800-1 3300 3000 2750 0. mm Rough boring d H7 Preferential boring d H7 maximal e f h l l1 m s α° 40 238 150 96 96 115 11 15 A250 A300 40 260 180 96 96 118 11 15 A300 A350 60 400 244 142 142 169 14 30 A400-1 A450-1 A550-1 Suitable standard intermediate flange 75 440 95 292 148 142 171 15 30 A450-1 A550-1 A660-1 75 446 95 330 148 142 183 15 30 A450-1 A550-1 A660-1 Lenghts mm Dimensions of standard intermediate flange Standard intermediate flange a b c H7 o q r Screws k A250 A300 A300-1 A350 A400 A400-1 A450 A450-1 A550 A550-1 A660 A800 250 300 300 350 400 400 450 450 550 550 660 800 215 265 265 300 350 350 400 400 500 500 600 740 180 230 230 250 300 300 350 350 450 450 550 680 18 18 18 20 22 22 24 24 24 24 30 30 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 13 13 17.4 1.140 306 2800 110 495 4. 05-08 Keyways for keys acc.0 0.5 A350 A400 A450 SFB 40-SH 550 490 440 0.

Spring-Set Brake SFB-SH
Electromagnetic Two-Disc Spring-Set Brake Increased brake-torque
Rev. 05-08

Brake size
Brake torque M2 dynamic acc. to DIN VDE 0580 Mass moment of inertia Mass (weight) max. speed Nominal voltage Nominal power Nominal current Airgap, brake OFF d Diameter mm B-Side Spule b. 20° C Nm

SFB SFB SFB 400-SH 630-SH 1000-SH
5200 4800 4400 0.325 357 2500 110 553 5.03 0.4 2.5 46 65 70 75 80 90 110 660 128 520 191 171 272 15 30 A660-1 A800-1 8000 7500 6900 0.375 500 2200 110 671 6.10 0.7 2.8 58 100 13000

kgm 2 kg min -1 V DC W A min. mm max. mm Rough boring

1.007 750 2000 110 980 8.91 0.7 3.1 68 125

d H7 Preferential boring d H7 maximal e f h l l1 m s α°

125 700 140 570 237 210 310 15 30 A800

140 795 155 620 282 255 360 15 30 A800-1

Lenghts mm

Suitable standard intermediate flange

Standard intermediate flange a b c H7 o q r Screws k

Dimensions of standard intermediate flange A660-1 A800 A800-1 600 800 800 600 740 740 550 680 680 30 30 30 7 7 7 21.5 21.5 8xM20 8xM20 8xM20

Durchmesser mm

Keyways for keys acc. to DIN6885 Bl.1, width accuracy P9. Protection IP67 Alterations reserved without notice

C6

Länge mm

Spring-Set Brake KFB

PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000

Reliable

High Performance

Robust

Easy Maintenance

Compact

Tried and Trusted

C7

Description KFB

Main Features
Spring applied safety brake Electromechanically released Protection-class IP67 – seawater protected High wear reserve by multiple air gap adjustment Small construction at high work capacity High availability caused by high durability Functional without cover Emergency release screws

Options
Special brake torque Handlever Micro- or proximity switch: • Monitoring the function on/off • Maximum air gap (wear-monitoring) Lateral junction box Tacho preparation with all mounting parts Cover bore Shaft-sealing Special voltage

Applications
Gantry-, trolley- and hoisting-application Dynamic and static use at general industrial applications General engineering Steel mills Wind energy systems Coal mining

Anti condensation heater Radial cable outlet Special flange

Electrical equipment
One-way-, bridge-, and switching- rectifier Protective element Brake control unit Brake control and monitoring system = BCU 2001

=

BCMS-4

Please Note
We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. Nevertheless, we would point out that brakes are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation. The guarantee for the correct functioning of our brakes is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the German DIN standard 15434 part 2 (drum and disc brakes, servicing and maintenance in operation), or to comparable standards in his own country.

PINTSCH BUBENZER Service
This includes the verification of the brake selection, if required. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request.

C8

5 17.6 36 60 65 75 KFB 160 1600 0.8 36 60 65 75 kgm 2 kg min -1 V DC W A norm.0 26 28 32 38 KFB 16 160 0.2 0. mm pilot bore d H7 preferrential bore e f h l l1 m s α° Suitable standards flanges 200/250 106 110 110 154 15 30 A200 A250 253/303 144 96 96 141 15 30 A250 A300 300/350 194 117 117 165 15 30 A300 A350 250/300 144 137 137 175 15 67. 05-08 The larger dimension belongs to the larger assigned brake. speed Nominal voltage Nominal power Nominal current Airgap.0055 50 6000 110 133 1.5 17.2 36 38 42 48 55 KFB 63 630 0.2 36 38 42 48 55 KFB 30 300 0. 20° C Nm KFB 10 100 0.44 0.3 1.3 1.0 0.3 1.16 0.5 A250 A300 303/350 194 117 117 175 15 30 A300 A350 350/400 214 142 142 187 15 30 A350 A400 400/450 264 148 142 196 15 30 A400 A450 450/550 314 155 142 218 17 30 A450 A550 Lenghts mm Dimensions of standards flanges Size of standards flanges a b c H7 o q r Screws k A200 A250 A300 A350 A400 A450 A550 200 250 300 350 400 450 550 165 215 265 300 350 400 500 130 180 230 250 300 350 450 18 18/20* 20/22* 22 22/24* 24/29* 24/29* 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 11 13 13 17. to DIN VDE 0580 Mass moment of intertia Mass (weight) max.0068 55 5500 110 196 1.4 1.0 26 28 32 38 KFB 25 250 0. OFF d Diameter mm B-Side Coil b. mm max.0017 19 6000 110 93 0.4 1.3 1.84 0.0175 74 4700 110 220 2.78 0.13 0.036 106 4000 110 307 2. Alterations reserved without notice Brake size Brake torque M2 dynamic acc.Spring-Set Brake KFB Dimensions and technical data Rev.0048 42 6000 110 158 1.050 168 3600 110 344 3.79 0.5 4xM10 4xM12 4xM12 4xM16 4xM16 8xM16 8xM16 Lenghts mm Diameter mm C9 .3 0.3 36 48 55 60 KFB 100 1000 0.0037 28 6000 110 128 1.8 26 32 38 42 45 KFB 40 400 0.5 17.4 1.

Accessories Switching rectifier SGL Protective element PE-400/150/5 Brake rectifier BGL+EGL PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 Reliable High Performance Robust Easy Maintenance Compact Tried and Trusted CX1 .

2 s adjustable Applying brakes at elevated temperatures Accelerated brake release (Overexcitation with AC power supply voltage = 2 x DC coil voltage) Accelerated brake effect (Standard excitation with AC power supply voltage = DC coil voltage) Specific Features for the rectifiers BGL and EGL Prepared for switching AC and DC circuits simultaneously Specific Features for the protective element PE 400/150/5 To be connected parallel to the output of the rectifiers BGL. 1 s. The guarantee for the correct functioning of our brakes is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the German DIN standard 15434 part 2 (drum and disc brakes. CX2 . Nevertheless. servicing and maintenance in operation). PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the brake selection. or to comparable standards in his own country. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose.Description Accessories Main Features EMC compatibility Top-hat rail mounted Combinable with Brake Control Unit BCU2001 Integrated protective element Integrated spark quench element Specific Features of the switching rectifier SGL Prepared for switching AC and DC circuits simultaneously Switches from bridge rectification to half-wave rectification Four time settings 0.5 s. if required. Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. EGL and SGL to increase the interruption capacity Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. we would point out that brakes are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation. 1.5 s.

5A DC 24V…220V 5A 3W 5W ≤450V -40° C … +50° C IP 20 ≤450V -40° C … +50° C IP 20 CX3 . 03-09 Bridge rectification with module BGL Half-wave rectification with module EGL Technical data Brake rectifier BGL-PE400/150/3 AC line voltage: Permissible rated coil voltages: Maximum brake current: Maximum continuous output of the internal protective circuit: Disconnection peak at maximum coil current: Ambient temperature: Protection class: AC 460V.EGL-PE400/150/5 Principal circuit diagram Rev.BGL-PE400/150/3 . 50/60 Hz Brake rectifier EGL-PE400/150/5 AC line voltage: Permissible rated coil voltages: Maximum brake current: Maximum continuous output of the internal protective circuit: Disconnection peak at maximum coil current: Ambient temperature: Protection class: AC 460V. 50/60 Hz DC 24V…390V 2.

2.484V. 1. 50/60 Hz 8A 5W 4A 0.Switching rectifier SGL Principal circuit diagram Rev.5 s. 1 s.5 s. 03-09 Switching rectification with module SGL Switching rectification with module SGL combined with the Brake Control Unit BCU2001 Technical data AC line voltage: Maximum brake current for 2 s: Maximum continous output of the internal protective circuit: Permanent brake current: Time settings by DIP switch: Ambient temperature: Protection class: CX4 AC 220V….0 s -40° C … +50° C IP 20 .

Protective element PE-400/150/5 Principal circuit diagram Rev. 03-09 Protective element PE-400/150/5 Bridge rectification with module BGL combined with the protective element PE-400/150/5 PINTSCH BUBENZER Brake module BGL-PE400/150/3 Protective element PE-400/150/5 Technical data Maximum brake voltage: Maximum brake current: Maximum continuous output of the internal protective circuit: Disconnection peak at maximum coil current: Ambient temperature: Protection class: DC 400V 5A 5W ≤ 450V -40° C … +50° C IP 20 CX5 .

Brake Control Unit BCU2001 PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 Reliable High Performance Robust Easy Maintenance Compact Tried and Trusted CX7 .

Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. or to comparable standards in his own country. which are induced by movements of the armature disk in the magnetic field of the brake coil. if required. Applications Container cranes Ship winches Automatic racking systems Conveyor belts General electrical drives Important requirements AC and DC circuit to be switched simultaneously AC circuit may not be switched alone Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. In an interference free and reliable manner it evaluates the signal levels in terms of the control state (applied or released) and the maximum air gap (maximum wear). PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the brake selection.Description Brake Control Unit BCU2001 Main Features EMC compatibility Maximum air gap (wear) indication by LED Maximum air gap indication by relay contact Function on/off indication by LED Function on/off indication by relay contact No sensors on the brake No sensor wiring to the brake Perfect retrofit equipment Directly connectable with PLC systems AC and DC auxiliary power supplies applicable Top-hat rail mounted Options Combinable with the switching rectifier SGL in overexcitation mode Combinable with bridge rectifier BGL-PE400/150/3 Combinable with half-wave rectifier EGL-PE400/150/3 Method The Brake Control Unit BCU 2001 records characteristic current and voltage variations. we would point out that brakes are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation. Nevertheless. The guarantee for the correct functioning of our brakes is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the German DIN standard 15434 part 2 (drum and disc brakes. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request. CX8 . A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. servicing and maintenance in operation).

..396V -40° C … +50° C IP 20 AC 24 V -15% . DC 110 V +15% CX9 .Brake Control Unit BCU2001 Principal circuit diagram Rev. AC 230 V +15% DC 24 V -25% ... 03-09 Technical data Permissible coil voltages: Ambient temperature: Protection class: Permissible auxiliary power suplies: DC 24V….

Disc Brake SB 17 MX Series 1000 950 900 850 800 750 700 650 13 3 600 550 500 450 Brake torque in Nm SB 13 X1 M 17 17 M X 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 112 X M 17 B S 11 MX 1 7 1 SB SB 200 225 250 280 315 355 400 450 500 Brake disc diameter in mm Reliable High Performance Low Maintenance Compact C21 .

protective cover Brake discs with hubs or couplings Applications The capacity of these brakes makes them particularly suitable as service brakes e. servicing and maintenance in operation). if required.Description SB 17 MX Main Features Electromagnetic release High performance by overforcing of electromagnet (magnet IP54) Internal rectifier / economizer unit. we would point out that brakes are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation. Very compact and easy to install as a motor mounted version. The guarantee for the correct functioning of our brakes is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the German DIN standard 15434 part 2 (drum and disc brakes. a soft and smooth braking is possible. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request. In combination with the hydraulic damping unit. Ordering Example Brake type Magnet type Disc diameter Disc thickness Magnets. Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. or to comparable standards in his own country. Technical Data Magnet Type 111 112 113 133 Inrush (W) 100 360 360 360 Holding (W) 100 100 100 100 SB 17 MX 112 . 50-60 Hz Adjustable brake torque Simple. Nevertheless. slew drives or smaller hoists..280 x 20 Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. manual wear compensation Organic. PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the brake selection. on crane gantries. non-asbestos linings Manual release and limit switch release control as a standard Brake body complete of stainless steel Options Automatic wear compensator and self-centering unit Limit switch wear control Sintered linings Hydraulic damping unit for stepless adjustable apply time of 1-8 seconds Motor connection flange incl. C22 . A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose.g. direct connection to 380-480 V AC. 3 Ph.

Disc Brake SB 17 MX Dimensions and technical data Rev.4* 250 285 330 375 435 375 440 500 580 665 750 C23 .8 Tightening torque 210 Nm 20 (Brake disc) Magnet dimensions Type 111 112 113 133 a 105 105 105 115 b 120 120 120 133 Øc 114 114 114 137 Lining b2 40 40 50 50 *) Average friction factor of standard material combination All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice For crane brake lay-out use safety factors documented in the FEM 1.. magnet Disc Ø d2 200 225 250 280 315 355 400 450 500 Friction Ø d1 146 171 196 226 261 301 346 396 446 Magnet type Contact force in N Hub Ø max. incl. 8. Section 1 Weight: 24 kg max..001. d4 80 105 130 160 195 235 280 330 380 111 1100 112 2150 113 3150 133 4200 Brake torque MBr in Nm 60 70 85 100 115 130 150 170 195 225 Friction factor µ = 0. 12-06 Limit switch release control Cable connection Manual release (not self-resetting) Mounting holes for screws M16x.

Disc Brake SB 17 MXs with hydraulic damping unit – Dimensions and technical data Rev. magnet Disc Ø d2 200 225 250 280 315 355 400 450 500 C24 Friction Ø d1 146 171 196 226 261 301 346 396 446 Magnet Type Contact force in N Hub Ø max.001.8 seconds *) Average friction factor of standard material combination All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice For crane brake lay-out use safety factors documented in the FEM 1. 8...8 Tightening torque 210 Nm 20 (Brake disc) Magnet dimensions Type 111 112 113 133 a 105 105 105 115 b 120 120 120 133 Øc 114 114 114 137 Lining b2 40 40 50 50 Apply time adjustable 1.4* 102 117 135 155 180 207 235 270 310 360 415 475 535 . 12-06 Limit switch release control Cable connection Manual release (not self-resetting) Mounting holes for screws M16x. Section 1 Weight: 26 kg max.. d4 80 105 130 160 195 235 280 330 380 112 1000 Brake torque MBr in Nm 58 68 78 90 104 113 1500 133 3000 Friction factor µ = 0.. incl.

120 cycles / h ! Coil Standby heater function SB 17 MX without limit switch release control Alterations reserved without notice Supply voltage 380-415 V AC 440-480 V AC Coil voltage 180 V DC 205 V DC PINTSCH BUBENZER scope of supply: SB 17 MX.Disc Brake SB 17 MX Connecting diagram internal rectifier/economizer Rev. 50-60 Hz Standby heater voltage 110-240 V AC 380-480 V AC. 3 Ph. 12-06 Supply voltage 380-480 V AC. > 2A > 2A Max. 50-60 Hz > 2A Signal Release control > 2A Signal Release control Coil SB 17 MX 111 Coil SB 17 MX 112/113/133 Supply voltage 380-480 V AC. coil Rectifier / economizer BB0009 (built-in) Limit switch LS1 C25 . 3 Ph.. 3 Ph. 50-60 Hz Supply voltage 380-480 V AC.. 3 Ph..

Disc Brake SB 17 MX Installation example.Brake With cover IP22 Please indicate motor type in case of order C26 . 12-06 Brake mountable in each 45° steps With cover IP00 Connection flange Motor . motor mounted version Rev.

Visual Status Reading VSR On Operating mode Thruster stroke Temperature Airgap 1 Airgap 2 Pad wear 1 Pad wear 2 Breakdown Betriebsstörung Ein Betriebszustand Lüftgerätehub Temperatur Lüftspalt 1 Lüftspalt 2 Belagverschleiß 1 Belagverschleiß 2 OK PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 Visual indication of: actuator stroke < 5 mm > 20 mm < 55 mm maximum brake pad temperature airgap difference between disc and pad surface by measuring the temperature difference between pads caused by unilateral pad rubbing pad thickness < 5 mm G1 .

Pushing the red flash light button will cancel the failure indication and all LED´s will reset to green again. a signal light or alarm can be connected to the 10 amp dry contact included with the system (e. The brake pads and the thruster will then be fitted with the respective sensors. e. In case of an out-of-tolerance parameter. and the opposite red LED starts flashing. If the monitored brake parameters are within tolerance. 50/60 Hz 2 PT100 temperature sensors with adapter plug 2 wear sensors with adapter plug 1 actuator stroke sensor 1 electronic box IP65 with cable connection Actuator stroke Temperature 1 Temperature 2 Pad wear 1 Pad wear 2 The operating status of the brake is indicated by red and green LEDs mounted in an electronic enclosure with a transparent cover. all green LEDs will light.g. g. and is also used to light all LEDs for test purposes. If in the meantime the indicated failure has been remedied. The outline dimensions of the brake will not be affected by the additional VSR kit (VSR for hydraulic caliper brakes / drum brakes upon request). compact electronic status indication system to be integrated into the brake as an additional safety kit. The electronic box will be fitted to the spring tube of the brake. in the operators cab).Description VSR In response to the on-going requirement to simplify the maintenance of industrial brakes and at the same time to increase their operational safety. As an option. SB23 and SB28 series may be additionally equipped with the VSR-kit. SB14. PINTSCH BUBENZER offers a retrofitable. G2 . through a temperature reduction at the brake pads. the respective green LED goes off. A push button is mounted atop the enclosure which flashes to indicate out-of-tolerance situations. Technical Data: Operating voltage: Scope of supply: 110-120 V or 220-240 V. PINTSCH BUBENZER disc brakes of the SB8. both the red and the green LED flash by turns.

to DIN 15435 Reliable High Performance Robust Design Tried and Trusted E1s .Drum Brakes 7000 6500 6000 5500 5000 4500 Brake torque in Nm EBN 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 200 250 315 400 500 630 710 Brake drum diameter in mm 1000 500 Acc.

Technical Data Thruster Type Ed 23/5 Ed 30/5 Ed 50/6 Ed 80/6 Ed 121/6 Ed 201/6 Ed 301/6 Power (W) 165 200 210 330 330 450 550 Curr. VSR) Brake discs with hubs or couplings Thrusters.4 Weight (kg) 10 14 23 24 39 39 40 Data supplied by thruster manufacturer. The guarantee for the correct functioning of our brakes is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the German DIN standard 15434 part 2 (drum and disc brakes. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose.2 1.Steel Mill Execution Adherence to DIN 15435 standard Stepless adjustable brake spring enclosed in a square tube with directly readable torque scale Self-lubricating bushings mean brakes are easy to service. PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the brake selection. Nevertheless. servicing and maintenance in operation).2 1.5 0.5 1. (A) at 400 V 0. please take higher start current into consideration. Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. no greasing necessary Even brake shoe release by adjustable lever stops Up to size 400: Levers and base plate of nodular cast iron From size 500: Levers and base plate welded steel Thrusters for high ambient temperatures in steel mills Spring split pins in the shoe pins for an easy and quick change of brake linings/shoes Special shoe clamping Options Heavy-duty designed automatic wear compensator (dust-proof) Heat resistant wiring of limit switches Limit switch release control (special execution) Limit switch wear control (special execution) Limit switch manual release (special execution) Manual release lever with or without stop Monitoring systems ( e. we would point out that brakes are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation.Description Drum Brakes Main Features . or to comparable standards in his own country.3 1.5 0. E2s . if required. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request.g. fuses to be minimum 2A Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order.

2 68 990 1075 195 140 270 10 100 270 240 195 1065 310 135 165 280 15 1.50/6 250.23/5 250.23/5 200.121/6 710.30/5 250.121/6 630.2 28 665 790 680 118 110 140 315 18 195 165 110 225 240 195 150 140 167 400 22 5 80 220 1000 300 110 133 240 13 1.30/5 200.121/6 400.5 82 790 830 190 180 210 500 22 240 990 1015 245 170 330 10 130 325 1245 370 155 210 315 20 1.50/6 500.201/6 630.80/6 315.201/6 710.50/6 250.50/6 400.201/6 500.121/6 400.201/6 630.301/6 710.4* 300 380 600 320 450 750 1200 540 1000 1650 2500 1100 1700 2650 4000 1090 1870 3010 5120 3040 4870 6210 3450 5510 6920 amax b1 500 563 500 572 582 75 b2 70 c d1 d3 e 160 195 160 f g h1 h2 5 i k lmax m 665 705 770 n p q r s3 1 kg 22 96 200 14 115 90 155 55 145 185 100 70 100 12 95 90 115 250 18 195 160 135 100 185 5 65 180 810 920 205 105 95 105 13 1.80/6 315. 12-06 Top edge of mounting construction Shim plates (not scope of supply) f = required space for removing brake shoe pin *) Average friction factor of standard material combination All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Brake type EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN 200.121/6 500.80/6 400.Drum Brake Type EBN Dimensions (DIN 15435) and technical data Rev.50/6 315.30/5 315.80/6 500.301/6 Thruster type Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed Ed 23/5 30/5 50/6 23/5 30/5 50/6 80/6 30/5 50/6 80/6 121/6 50/6 80/6 121/6 201/6 50/6 80/6 121/6 201/6 121/6 201/6 301/6 121/6 201/6 301/6 MBR max (Nm) µ=0.5 122 236 225 250 630 27 240 300 220 410 10 170 400 1320 450 150 280 170 25 2 196 1120 265 255 280 710 27 240 335 240 460 10 190 450 1515 520 150 335 175 25 2 266 E3 .

Enclosures For drum brakes type EBN – Dimensions and executions Rev. Dimension “R1 and R2” E15 . 11-03 Plate thickness = 1.5mm All enclosures are provided with handles Other dimensions upon request All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Brake type EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN EBN 200-23/5 200-30/5 200-50/6 250-23/5 250-30/5 250-50/6 250-80/6 315-30/5 315-50/6 315-80/6 315-121/6 400-50/6 400-80/6 400-121/6 400-201/6 500-121/6 500-201/6 A B1 180 215 180 180 215 180 220 215 260 215 260 260 320 280 240 500 260 12 180 400 205 12 830 900 1280 170 315 179 12 700 1030 830 710 1100 780 930 400 880 230 800 320 780 180 130 250 143 10 B2 C D E H 530 580 530 610 L1 690 730 810 840 960 700 320 L2 460 440 560 220 540 620 640 710 140 M N 495 535 590 110 Rmax 150 130 200 118 10 195 90 When ordering please advise: Brake type.

Enclosures For drum brakes type EBN – Dimensions and executions Rev.5mm All enclosures are provided with handles Other dimensions upon request All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Brake Type EBN 200-23/5 EBN 200-30/5 EBN 200-50/6 EBN 250-23/5 EBN 250-30/5 EBN 250-50/6 EBN 250-80/6 EBN 315-30/5 EBN 315-50/6 EBN 315-80/6 EBN 315-121/6 EBN 400-50/6 EBN 400-80/6 EBN 400-121/6 EBN 400-201/6 EBN 500-50/6 EBN 500-80/6 EBN 500-121/6 EBN 500-201/6 EBN 630-121/6 EBN 630-201/6 EBN 630-301/6 EBN 710-121/6 EBN 710-201/6 EBN 710-301/6 A B 180 150 215 180 180 215 180 220 215 260 215 260 260 400 205 12 830 880 320 280 500 260 12 900 1280 400 880 230 315 179 12 700 1030 830 710 1100 320 780 180 250 143 10 200 118 10 C D E H 530 580 530 610 L1 690 730 810 220 840 960 320 620 640 710 140 M N 495 535 590 110 Rmax 195 90 400 280 630 325 14 1080 1350 470 880 290 450 320 710 370 14 1150 1530 530 1000 330 When ordering please advise: Brake type. 11-03 Plate thickness = 1. Dimension “R1 and R2” E16 .

Flexible Coupling Type K 13500 13000 12500 12000 11500 11000 10500 10000 9500 K-Coupling 9000 8500 Cont. Transfer Torque in Nm 8000 7500 7000 6500 6000 5500 5000 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 145 170 200 230 260 300 360 400 Coupling Size 1000 500 Torsionally Elastic Tried and Trusted High Performance Robust Easy Maintenance F1 .

3 Special material for elastic intermediate ring according to application Coupling without brake disc Ordering Example Coupling size Disc diameter Disc thickness Bore dia. commissioning and alignment by a laser system on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers.. PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the coupling selection. to DIN 6885) Coupling hubs tapered bored Coupling hubs with double keyway Coupling hubs pilot bored Coupling balanced according to ISO 1940-Grade: G 6.M85 / G90 Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. if required. torsionally elastic and puncture-proof Transmission of torque via elastic intermediate ring Replacement of the elastic intermediate ring or the brake disc without disturbing any equipment Arrangement of the brake disc on the load side to allow the brake torque to be maintained when the motor is disengaged Extensive selection of coupling sizes and brake disc diameters to satisfy most braking and drive requirements Options Coupling hubs ready bored and keywayed (preferably acc. Couplings are rotating parts and as such a cover must be fitted for the prevention of accidents.500 x 30 .+60˚C K 230 . polyurethane) is suitable for a temperature range of -30˚C. motor side Bore dia. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. Installation.Description Coupling Type K Main Features Four component steel coupling.. F2s . gear side Applications The design of these couplings makes them particularly suitable in machinery subjected to high dynamic stress Damping of peak torques and vibrations as well as electrical insulation between motor and gearbox are further reasons for the use of this coupling type The standard material of the elastic intermediate ring (Vk60D. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request.

5 140 166.5 71 68 150 84 41 0.123 150 2.5 130 125 235* 710 kg kgm 2 Weight Moment of inertia of the coupling with brake disc 54 0.484 116 1.96 168 4.52 311 11.98 139 2.5 118 113 195 410 360 29100 9700 1750 160 225 215 627.5 170 207.5 71 68 150 84 200 4950 1650 3000 95 135 100 454 170 207 81 77 190 132 230 7740 2580 2700 110 160 115 458.69 389 25.5 250 252.9781 170 2850 950 3400 75 110 90 374.563 Weights and moments of inertia are not binding.5 101 96 195 206 300 17550 5850 2200 140 200 162 535. finish bore for the sizes 145 to 300 respectively for a finish bore of 120 mm for the sizes 360 and 400. referring to the max.611 143 3.3973 47 0.704 225 6.33 185 6.5 130 125 235* 710 400 40050 13350 1750 160 225 250 627.513 76 0.21 376 25.49 342 17.801 84 1. + dWG max. D2 DR L l11 l12 l6 S2 C MA 355 x 30 400 x 30 450 x 30 Brake disc diameter d2 x b1 (mm) 500 x 30 560 x 30 630 x 30 710 x 30 800 x 30 900 x 30 1000 x 30 Nm Nm min -1 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm Nm 145 1800 600 3800 65 92 64 344.16 354 17.92 250 10.5 110 166.5 210 212.5 250 252.5 86 81 190 132 260 11940 3980 2400 125 180 140 518.656 62 1. disc Ø dWM max. 12-06 Motor side Gear side All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Coupling K (size = d4) MBr max.655 105 2.6219 55 0. * Dimension C = 230 mm at brake disc thickness 40 mm 189 4.Flexible Coupling Type K Dimensions and technical data Rev.5 210 212.016 71 1. TKN nmax at max.782 128 2.158 93 1.65 F3 .

Angular and radial misalignment may be present simultaneously. motor side Hub. the sum of the individual misalignments may not exceed the value of the net angular misalignment. permissible misalignment Measure Z1 and Z2 vertical and horizontal at a 180˚ turn. removable Claw ring. Please refer to manual for alignment data. gear side Brake disc Claw ring. removable Elastic intermediate ring Socket head screws Socket head screws Max. In this case. F4 . 09-02 Design 7 1 4 6 5 3 2 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Hub.Flexible Coupling Type K Design and permissible misalignments Rev.

Transfer Torque in Nm KBT-Co upling 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 065 08 09 11 13 15 17 19 500 Coupling Size Torsionally Rigid Tried and Trusted High Performance Robust Easy Maintenance F5 .Gear Coupling Type KBT 19000 18000 17000 16000 15000 14000 13000 12000 11000 Cont.

500 x 30 .3 is guaranteed for all coupling parts Applications The design of these couplings makes them particularly suitable in machinery where a tor sionally rigid torque transmission is required. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request. F6s .M85 / G90 Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. Couplings are rotating parts and as such a cover must be fitted for the prevention of accidents. PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the coupling selection. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. Installation. commissioning and alignment by a laser system on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. if required. to DIN 6885) Coupling hubs tapered bored Coupling hubs with double keyway Coupling hubs pilot bored Coupling without brake disc Balancing grade ISO 1940 .G 6. especially on frequently varying loads and speeds Ordering Example Coupling size Disc diameter Disc thickness Bore dia.Description Coupling Type KBT Main Features Steel coupling with special formed teeth Torque transmission via internal geared sleeve and external geared hubs Replacement of the brake disc or the seals without disturbing any equipment High temperature resistance Low wear Arrangement of the brake disc on the load side to allow the brake torque to be maintained when the motor is disengaged Extensive selection of coupling sizes and brake disc diameters to satisfy most braking and drive requirements Options Coupling hubs ready bored and keywayed (preferably acc. gear side Attention Special grease for high ambient temperatures! KBT 11 . motor side Bore dia.

585 79 0.73 70 1.64 393 10.118 274 10.802 119 1.09 79 1. TKN nmax at max.516 221 10.351 335 11. finish bore.996 08 4000 1600 3400 75 110 170 88 85 118 154 150 127 35 280 10 140 30 09 5000 2000 2750 90 130 200 105 95 130 161 190 167 35 310 10 146 17 11 9250 3700 2400 110 160 230 130 110 151 186 190 167 35 325 10 165 19 13 15250 6100 2150 120 180 260 140 130 178 216 195 172 35 350 10 170 23 15 27500 11000 2150 140 200 300 162 155 213 254 195 172 35 385 10 190 24 17 36500 14600 1900 160 225 360 184 175 235 282 235 212 35 425 10 200 29 19 46000 18400 1900 195 265 400 225 195 263 317 235 212 35 470 10 220 32 kg kgm 2 Weight Moment of inertia of the coupling with brake disc 62 0.94 367 17.605 108 2.639 57 0.955 248 7.23 418 13.283 196 6. dM3 dM4 lG1 lG3 lG4 lM1 lM2 lM3 lM4 355 x 30 400 x 30 Brake disc diameter d2 x b1 (mm) 450 x 30 500 x 30 560 x 30 630 x 30 710 x 30 800 x 30 900 x 30 Nm Nm min -1 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm 065 2000 800 3800 55 85 145 68 70 100 140 150 127 35 215 7 110 12 43 0.83 450 19.783 131 2.434 123 3.78 Weights and moments of inertia are not binding.98 166 6.Gear Coupling Type KBT Dimensions and technical data Rev. 310 8.11 229 4.108 96 1.415 49 0. 09-02 Gear side Motor side All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Coupling KBT MBr max.611 146 3. refering to the max.213 161 2.752 87 1. disc Ø dG1 max.915 176 4. dG3 dG4 dG5 dM1 max.53 F7 .

F8 . the sum of the individual misalignments may not exceed the value of the net angular misalignment.1) and gasket (6. Please refer to manual for alignment details. Angular and radial misalignment may be present simultaneously. In this case. 09-02 Design (except KBT065) 1 2 3 4 5 Hub. gear side Hub.Gear Coupling Type KBT Design and permissible misalignments Rev.2) Max. motor side Brake disc Flange with geared hub Internal geared sleeve 6 End-cap with O-ring (6. permissible misalignment 9 End-cap screws 11 Fastening bolts 12 Lube plugs Measure Z1 and Z2 vertical and horizontal at a 180˚ turn.

Hub with Brake Disc Type N + NX 40000 38000 36000 34000 32000 30000 28000 26000 24000 22000 20000 Maximum Brake Torque in Nm Hub Type N 18000 16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 145 170 200 230 260 300 360 400 Hub Size 4000 2000 Safe Tried and Trusted Robust Easy Maintenance F13 .

where the brake is not located between motor and gearbox.500 x 30 . Hubs with brake discs are rotating parts and as such a cover must be fitted for the prevention of accidents.11 + SB17 series brakes (type NX) Options Hubs ready bored and keywayed (preferably acc. like brake location on the second gear box shaft or at the motor end shaft Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order.FB48 N 200 . if required.Description Hub Type N + NX Main Features Three-piece hub-disc combination for easy exchange of brake disc (type N) High accident prevention by fastening ring. one-piece construction with 20 mm brake disc thickness for SB8.355 x 20 . no rotating nuts (type N) Exchange of brake disc without removing the hub (type N) Simple. F14s .G 6. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the hub selection. Installation and commissioning on site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers. to DIN 6885) Hubs tapered bored Hubs with double keyway Hubs pilot bored Hubs in special dimensions Hubs with extension shafts (Ns) Balancing grade ISO 1940 . Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request.FB90 Applications All drives.3 is guaranteed for all coupling parts Ordering Example Hub size Disc diameter Disc thickness Bore diameter VB = pilot bore FB = finish bore Ordering Example Hub size Disc diameter Disc thickness Bore diameter VB = pilot bore FB = finish bore NX 84 .

5 235* 710 400 40050 1750 160 225 300 275 252.5 235* 710 kg kgm 2 Weight Moment of inertia of the hub with brake disc 37 0.011 60 1. referring to the max.081 128 6.123 257 24.378 35 0. disc Ø dW max.612 45 0.879 124 6.506 72 2.571 79 2.5 150 84 28 0.603 42 0.51 105 3. * Dimension C = 230 mm at brake disc thickness 40 mm 109 4.808 189 10.5 150 84 200 4950 3000 95 135 140 220 207 190 132 230 7740 2700 110 160 170 220 207.5 190 132 260 11940 2400 125 180 200 230 212.5 195 206 300 17550 2200 140 200 220 230 212.959 170 2850 3400 75 110 120 180 166.112 Weights and moments of inertia are not binding.335 67 1.456 221 16.424 F15 .399 95 3.473 267 24. nmax at max.768 77 1.973 54 1.075 232 16.469 44 0. finish bore for the sizes 145 to 300 respectively for a finish bore of 120 mm for the sizes 360 and 400.5 195 410 360 29100 1750 160 225 260 275 252.682 89 2.Hub with Brake Disc Type N Dimensions and technical data Rev.653 52 1. 12-06 All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Hub N (size = d4) MBr max.213 153 9. D2 D3 L l12 C MA 355 x 30 400 x 30 450 x 30 Brake disc diameter d2 x b1 (mm) 500 x 30 560 x 30 630 x 30 710 x 30 800 x 30 900 x 30 1000 x 30 Nm min -1 mm mm mm mm mm mm Nm 145 1800 3800 60 85 95 180 166.

1 0.097 14.0 0.0 0.061 11.042 10.026 7.970 14.157 18.397 27.6 0.0 0.0 0.8 0.639 36.396 27.637 34.2 0.7 0.153 17.7 0.2 0.257 26.2 0.7 0.8 0.154 18.6 0.6 0. 12-06 * Higher speeds possible by using sintered linings All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Hub NX (size = D2) L dW max.5 0.066 13.7 0.274 22.246 21.2 0. nmax.107 18.5 0.159 20.2 0.0 0.0 0.252 24.153 6.6 0.7 0.1 0.063 12.0 0.396 Weight Moment of inertia of the hub with brake disc kg kgm 2 8.096 13.Hub with Brake Disc Type NX Dimensions and technical data Rev.634 33.400 28.0 0.6 0.0 0.9 0.635 33.040 9.5 0.4 0.0 0.060 10. min * -1 mm mm Thermal capacity kWs 58 80 38 64 110 42 74 110 48 84 110 55 92 140 60 100 140 65 114 140 70 200 x 20 225 x 20 250 x 20 280 x 20 315 x 20 355x 20 400 x 20 450 x 20 500 x 20 F16 3500 3300 3000 2675 2380 2100 1875 1650 1500 344 399 474 567 653 752 863 986 1100 Brake disc diameter d2 x thickness (mm) 5.9 0.4 0.4 0.9 0.7 0.153 17.966 9.5 0.5 0.6 0.3 0.102 17.5 0.0 0.407 31.045 10.4 0.096 14.246 21.164 22.645 37.2 0.041 9.0 0.250 22.100 15.956 8.1 0.072 16.095 13.067 14.062 11.3 0.047 12.969 10.2 0.402 30.040 8.025 7.976 .

Hydraulic/Gas Buffer BP 440 420 400 380 360 340 320 300 Max. Absorbing Capacity per Stroke in kJ BP 12 5 280 260 240 220 200 BP 100 180 160 140 120 100 80 65 BP PINTSCH BUBENZER is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000 100 200 300 400 600 800 Stroke in mm BP 80 60 40 20 Reliable Efficient Low Maintenance Robust Construction I1 .

Nevertheless. Installation and commissioning at site is possible by PINTSCH BUBENZER service engineers.F Please Note We supply a detailed operating manual with every order. Drawings as DWG/DXF files for your engineering department are available upon request. I2 . reclaimers and other industrial applications Ordering Example Type Execution (diameter) Stroke + Pin Code Mounting Flange F = Front Mounted E = Back Mounted Operating Restrictions Buffers of this range are tested before shipment. we would point out that buffers are only as safe as the servicing and maintenance performed while they are in operation. if required. trolleys. The guarantee for the correct functioning of our buffers is therefore only valid if the user adheres to the installation and operating manual. A detailed questionnaire is provided for this purpose. stackers. elevators.410 . Operating conditions other than described in this catalogue require the manufacturer´s approval and may influence the function of the buffer BP 100 . PINTSCH BUBENZER Service This includes the verification of the buffer selection.Description BP Buffer Main Features Piston and cylinder of special seamless pipes Back mounted or front mounted versions available Synthetic impact plate on buffer head Piston special hard chrome plated Metering pin exchangeable on site Service/repair possible on site Seawater resistant coating Impact speed sensitive damping Options Special mounting arrangements High temperature seals Safety chain Safety wire rope Protective bellows Special designs for certain applications Applications As impact energy absorber on crane gantries.

3 19.2 25.4 37. 11-03 Stroke * upon request F = Front Mounted E = Back Mounted All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Stroke mm 100 200 300 400 600 800 Capacity kJ/stroke 17 34 51 58 77 82 End force kN 200 200 200 170 150 120 L1 495 805 1100 1395 1890 2455 L2 250 350 450 580 780 980 L3 245 455 650 815 1110 1475 L4 75 75 75 75 75 75 L5 150 150 150 150 * * d1 93 93 93 93 93 93 d2 108 108 108 108 108 108 d3 65 65 65 65 65 65 d4 85 85 85 85 85 85 Impact Weight and Pin Codes Stroke mm 100 200 300 400 600 800 up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to 5 t 10 t 20 t 40 t 80 t 150 t 300 t 600 t 102 202 302 402 602 802 104 204 304 404 604 804 106 206 306 406 606 806 108 208 308 408 608 808 110 210 310 410 610 810 112 212 312 412 612 812 114 214 314 414 614 814 116 216 316 416 616 816 Weight kg Execution F E 19.Buffer Type BP 65 Dimensions and technical data Rev.6 * * Restoring Force kN 10 10 11 12 25 25 I3 .7 39.2 33.9 56.2 31.3 44.2 25.

0 * Restoring Force kN 25 25 25 25 .3 66.3 33.Buffer Type BP 80 Dimensions and technical data Rev. 11-03 Stroke * upon request F = Front Mounted E = Back Mounted All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Stroke mm 100 200 400 600 Capacity kJ/stroke 30 60 102 128 End force kN 350 350 300 250 L1 470 755 1315 1885 L2 280 360 670 870 L3 190 395 645 1015 L4 75 75 75 75 L5 150 150 150 * d1 113 113 113 113 d2 128 128 128 128 d3 80 80 80 80 d4 105 105 105 105 Impact Weight and Pin Codes Stroke mm 100 200 400 600 I4 up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to 5 t 10 t 20 t 40 t 80 t 150 t 300 t 600 t 800 t 102 202 402 602 104 204 404 604 106 206 406 606 108 208 408 608 110 210 410 610 112 212 412 612 114 214 414 614 116 216 416 616 118 218 418 618 Weight kg Execution F E 23.2 24.3 50.6 32.6 49.

4 76.4 80.1 98.8 121.5 57. 11-03 Stroke * upon request F = Front Mounted E = Back Mounted All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Stroke mm 200 400 600 800 Capacity kJ/stroke 80 150 204 241 End force kN 470 440 400 355 L1 780 1350 1920 2490 L2 470 670 870 1070 L3 310 680 1050 1420 L4 85 85 85 85 L5 190 190 * * d1 133 133 133 133 d2 148 148 148 148 d3 100 100 100 100 d4 125 125 125 125 Impact Weight and Pin Codes Stroke mm 200 400 600 800 up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to 5t 10 t 20 t 40 t 80 t 150 t 300 t 600 t 800 t 1000 t 2000 t 202 402 602 802 204 404 604 804 206 406 606 806 208 408 608 808 210 410 610 810 212 412 612 812 214 414 614 814 216 416 616 816 218 418 618 818 220 420 620 820 222 422 622 822 Weight kg Execution F E 53.1 * * Restoring Force kN 30 30 30 30 I5 .Buffer Type BP 100 Dimensions and technical data Rev.

0 136.4 111. 11-03 Stroke * upon request F = Front Mounted E = Back Mounted All dimensions in mm Alterations reserved without notice Stroke mm 200 400 600 800 Capacity kJ/stroke 120 238 337 422 End force kN 700 700 660 620 L1 745 1275 1775 2295 L2 470 680 930 980 L3 275 595 845 1315 L4 85 85 85 85 L5 190 190 * * d1 148 148 148 148 d2 163 163 163 163 d3 125 125 125 125 d4 150 150 150 150 Impact Weight and Pin Codes Stroke mm 200 400 600 800 I6 up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to up to 10 t 20 t 40 t 80 t 150 t 300 t 600 t 800 t 1000 t 2000 t 204 404 604 804 206 406 606 806 208 408 608 808 210 410 610 810 212 412 612 812 214 414 614 814 216 416 616 816 218 418 618 818 220 420 620 820 222 422 622 822 Weight kg Execution F E 61.7 * * Restoring Force kN 55 55 65 65 .0 71.7 97.7 87.Buffer Type BP 125 Dimensions and technical data Rev.

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