FAIL-SAFE ROTOR BRAKES

FAIL-SAFE ROTOR BRAKES

Fail-Safe Rotor brakes are an essential safety-feature of wind turbines.

They are used for protection against overspeed as well as for stopping and holding the rotor, e.g. for maintenance purposes.

Depending on the drive concept, the brakes can be installed on the low speed rotor site, e.g. in gearless drives or on the high speed side at the gearbox output shaft.

SHI 75 FC
Fail-safe brake, spring applied, hydraulic released, single-piston, floating calliper

SHI 75 FC

FSB 75 FC
Fail-safe brake, spring applied, hydraulic released, single-piston, floating calliper

FSB 75 FC

FSB 100 FC
Fail-safe brake, spring applied, hydraulic released, single-piston, floating calliper

FSB 100 FC

+ SHI 75 FC

SHI 75 FC
Fail-safe brake, spring applied, hydraulic released, single-piston, floating calliper

SHI 75 FC

+ FSB 75 FC

FSB 75 FC
Fail-safe brake, spring applied, hydraulic released, single-piston, floating calliper

FSB 75 FC

+ FSB 100 FC

FSB 100 FC
Fail-safe brake, spring applied, hydraulic released, single-piston, floating calliper

FSB 100 FC

COMPANIES OF THE SIBRE HOLDING

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Millville USA
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Malaga Spain
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Hönö Sweden
SIBRE Holding – Haiger Germany

SIBRE Siegerland Bremsen
Haiger Germany

SIBRE Production
Haiger Germany

SIBRE LAC
Eschenbur Germany
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Villanouva Italy
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Kolkata India
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Singapour
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Tiajin China
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Beijing China
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Melbourne Australia
SIBRE Brakes
Vrnjacka Banja Serbia