Brakes from mayr® power transmission are used in many applications. We distinguish between two product families:
Couplings from mayr® power transmission ensure reliable torque transmission and safely limit forces and torques.
The shaft couplings connect shafts in the power train and compensate for misalignments. Depending on the design, they are either rigid or flexible.
The mayr® torque limiting clutches reliably limit torques and forces and thus prevent damage to the power train. Overload is therefore no longer a risk for the drive - the torque limiting clutches are the airbag for the machine.
Electromagnetic clutches are electrically switchable machine elements that are primarily designed for clocked processes and for positioning.
The electromagnetic clutch brake unit generates cyclic operation by alternately clutching and braking. The driving machine runs through constantly. Clutch/brake combined units from mayr® power transmission guarantee high cycle rates. The housing is completely enclosed and fits standardised motors and gearboxes. With clutch/brake combined units from mayr® power transmission, many different installation positions can be realised.
The patented self-adjustment ensures exact positioning during the entire service life. This eliminates maintenance work and the associated interruptions in the operating sequence.
The supply and monitoring modules from mayr® power transmission harmonise perfectly with ROBA-stop® safety brakes, ROBATIC® electromagnetic clutches, ROBA®-quick brakes and ROBA®-takt clutch-brake units. They can also be used with linear solenoids, valves or DC solenoid coils.
DC motors from mayr® power transmission offer reliable, precise operation even under high loads: The DC drives and servo motors were developed to guarantee long service life with minimum maintenance requirements. mayr® DC drives and servo motors are used in automation technology, machining operations and in elevator technology. The mayr® designs can be optimised for the application by altering the IP protection class, the mounting direction or the control system.