2.2 Electrohydraulic disc brakes

Electrohydraulic disc brakes
Electrohydraulic disc brake types FBT and FPT are spring applied failsafe brakes that act on a disc. The brake is released by means of an electrohydraulic device called TURBEL. The TURBEL is a three-phase AC electrohydraulic thrustor. The brake shoes carry asbestos free linings. The main shafts are made in stainless steel with self-lubricating bushes. The brake includes a torque scale.
ANTEC offers in its electrohydraulic disc brakes the ETS technology (Eccentric Transmission System), an exclusive system of ANTEC that provides a force transmission based on an eccentric system, simplifying and lightening the brake, making it more simple and easy to handle and therefore reducing its maintenance cost.
Design characteristics

  • Self-lubricating bushes in all the joints
  • Stainless Steel Shafts
  • Torque scale
  • Self-adjusting system for arms and brake shoes
  • Symmetric Design
  • Asbestos free linings (available both in organic and sintermetal material)
  • Eccentric transmission system: simpler, lighter, less maintenance

Options

Antec electrohydraulic disc brakes can be equipped with any of the following options:

  • Automatic lining wear adjustment (RA)
  • Lining wear detector (DD)
  • Open brake switch indicator (CSA)
  • Hand release lever (DM)
  • Turbel with ATEX certificate (ATEX)
  • Progressive braking through a Descent valve in the thrustor (VD)
  • Special painting (PE)
  • Pneumatic or hydraulic brake release (ANH)

FPT-1 Series – Clamping forces up to 3.300 N and torques up to 455 Nm
FBT-21 Series – Clamping forces up to 13.300 N and torques up to 2.970 Nm
FBT-34 Series – Clamping forces up to 46.000 N and torques up to 17.600 Nm