Sepac, Inc. Datasheets for Electric Brakes

Electric brakes are assemblies consisting of electrical elements for the slowing or stopping of shafts in equipment drives. Electrical power is required to activate the brake.
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Product Name Notes
SEPAC industrial holding brakes are used on any motor or drive shaft where remote control of braking is desired. OPERATION: When the coil is energized, spring pressure is overcome by...
This SEPAC magnetically engaged tooth brake is designed to operate both dry and in oil. It can be piloted either on the outside diameter or magnet body bore. OPERATION: When...
This SEPAC model spring engaged brake is electromagnetically released and can be used either dry or in oil depending on the type of friction material used. OPERATION: When electrical current...
This SEPAC multiple disc brake is designed to operate both dry and in oil. The magnet body is secured to a wall or can be shaft mounted with torque arm.
This SEPAC spring engaged, magnetically released Model SEBS is a wall mounted backstop unit. OPERATION: When power is on, the unit is free to rotate in either direction with no...
This SEPAC stationary field spring engaged tooth brake is designed to operate both dry and in oil. It can be piloted either on the outside diameter or magnet body bore.
This spring applied brake is designed specifically for applications requiring braking when power fails or when the brake will be engaged for long periods of time. Spring applied clutches also...