DISC BREAKES


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Pneumatic Active Disc Brakes

Ka-PA-150 is used with a brake disc of thickness 12.7 mm. The Kateel range of pneumatic brakes uses dry and compressed air at pressures up to 7 bar. These pneumatic brakes require a control valve which may be operated manually / by electric signal.


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Pneumatic Failsafe Disc Brakes

Ka-pf-320 is used with a brake disc of thickness 12.7 mm. The Kateel range of pneumatic brakes uses dry and compressed air at pressures up to 7 bar. These pneumatic brakes require a control valve which may be operated manually / by electric signal.


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Hydraulic Active Disc Brakes

Kc-HA-050 is used with a brake disc of thickness 13 - 40 mm . The Kateel range of hydraulic brakes use a specially formulated hydraulic oil (Hydrol 68) to deliver the desired hydraulic pressure. These hydraulic brakes require a hydraulic power unit to operate the brake.


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Hydraulic Failsafe Disc Brakes

Kc-HF-700 is used with brake discs of thickness 13-15 / 25.4 / 30 / 40 mm. The Kateel range of hydraulic brakes use a specially formulated hydraulic oil (Hydrol 68) to deliver the desired hydraulic pressure. These hydraulic brakes require a hydraulic power unit to operate the brake.


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Manual Hand Knob / Lever Operated Disc Brakes

Ka-h-180 is used with a brake disc of thickness 12.7mm. The Kateel range of manually operated brakes are best suited for applications where continuous breaking is not required and also in places where pneumatic / hydraulic supply is not available.



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Elecro-Magnetic Disc Brakes

Kbc-EM-250 is used with brake discs of thickness 15 to 25 mm. This brake is suitable for medium to heavy duty holding and emergency stop applications. The design ensures long life with fully potted coils protecting against harsh environments. A wide range of coil voltage (24V DC to 150V D.C) is available.


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Electro-Hydraulic Thruster Operated Disc Brakes (E.H.T)

Kateel Electro hydraulic thrustor disc brake is a fail safe brake. When power supply is given to the motor, hydraulic pressure builds up inside the thruster and the piston moves up to release the brake.



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