UL approved brakes

UL approved permanent magnet brakes

Globally certified as safe for use in motion control systems

UL (Underwriters Laboratories) is a global American safety-related company which provides certification, validation, testing, inspection and auditing for electrical devices and components which are mainly used in motion control systems. UL approval not only validates that a product meets the required standards but allows for an easier approval process in demanding industries across the world.

Our permanent magnet brakes are approved in accordance to UL 508 Industrial Control Equipment and 17th edition and CSA C22.2 No. 14-13, 12th edition. The SG Transmission permanent magnet brake uses high specification rare-earth materials to provide a positive stopping action in all types of rotating machinery.

  • Backlash free
  • Power off brake engagement
  • Fail-safe
  • Horizontal and vertical mounting

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