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DELLNER BUBENZER releases new generation SB disc brakes

DELLNER BUBENZER has announce the release of the SB 28.5 disc brake, a braking system that, the company says, consumes less energy with a fast-closing time, requires less maintenance and comes with a compact design.

Jan-Willem Schoneveld, CCO of DELLNER BUBENZER, said: “DELLNER BUBENZER’s goal to become the world’s leading supplier of brakes and related power transmission products requires us to constantly evolve our company and our offerings. By constantly monitoring our products, recognising optimal performance potential, and responding to market needs, this is another opportunity to expand and enhance our product portfolio with worldwide competence and

Schoneveld elaborated on the enhancements of the new generation of the SB disc brake: “Sustainability is a driving force in development for us with the combination of the SB 28.5 with the BUEL® thruster. This an important development for braking systems that consumes less energy with a fast-closing time.

“Beyond sustainability and energy saving, the SB 28.5 brake presents the significant advantage of less maintenance. This is a result of the improved self-centering system by roller and cam. In addition, we have advanced the automatic wear compensation and the parallel alignment of brake shoes, so maintenance work is simplified. The compact design allows our customers for 1:1 replacement of previous products, ensuring precise interchangeability if new brakes are needed.

He concluded: “This new braking system underscores DELLNER BUBENZER’s commitment to uphold our pioneering reputation and deploy the latest in technology to mirror what market needs, and our clients deserve.”

DELLNER BUBENZER Group, which, in October, announced the acquisition of Hydratech Industries, says it is a global leader in the design and manufacture of braking and hydraulic systems for the material handling, crane and hoist, container handling, mining, marine, industrial, offshore, oil and gas, and wind energy sectors.