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Hilliard Corporation (The) Caliper Pneumatic Applied / Spring Released Brake A300-T300 AS

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The A300 is an arm style caliper brake designed to accept a large selection of Hilliard thrusters. These thrusters include spring applied hydraulic released, spring applied pneumatic released, hydraulic applied spring released, and pneumatic applied spring released. The A300 requires a minimum disc diameter of 12" and is offered in 4 sizes to accommodate a ½", 1", 1-3/16", and 1-1/2" thick disc. The design of the caliper allows the user to quickly convert between right and left handed designs eliminating the need for multiple part numbers. The AS thruster is a direct applied thruster that is pneumatically applied spring released. The Pneumatic applied thrusters are offered in multiple sizes to meet the needs of our customers. The T300 thruster produces a maximum braking force of 3200 pounds at the maximum operating pressure of 66 psi.
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Caliper Pneumatic Applied / Spring Released Brake - A300-T300 AS - Hilliard Corporation (The)
Elmira, NY, USA
Caliper Pneumatic Applied / Spring Released Brake
A300-T300 AS
Caliper Pneumatic Applied / Spring Released Brake A300-T300 AS
The A300 is an arm style caliper brake designed to accept a large selection of Hilliard thrusters. These thrusters include spring applied hydraulic released, spring applied pneumatic released, hydraulic applied spring released, and pneumatic applied spring released. The A300 requires a minimum disc diameter of 12" and is offered in 4 sizes to accommodate a ½", 1", 1-3/16", and 1-1/2" thick disc. The design of the caliper allows the user to quickly convert between right and left handed designs eliminating the need for multiple part numbers. The AS thruster is a direct applied thruster that is pneumatically applied spring released. The Pneumatic applied thrusters are offered in multiple sizes to meet the needs of our customers. The T300 thruster produces a maximum braking force of 3200 pounds at the maximum operating pressure of 66 psi.

The A300 is an arm style caliper brake designed to accept a large selection of Hilliard thrusters. These thrusters include spring applied hydraulic released, spring applied pneumatic released, hydraulic applied spring released, and pneumatic applied spring released. The A300 requires a minimum disc diameter of 12" and is offered in 4 sizes to accommodate a ½", 1", 1-3/16", and 1-1/2" thick disc. The design of the caliper allows the user to quickly convert between right and left handed designs eliminating the need for multiple part numbers.

The AS thruster is a direct applied thruster that is pneumatically applied spring released. The Pneumatic applied thrusters are offered in multiple sizes to meet the needs of our customers. The T300 thruster produces a maximum braking force of 3200 pounds at the maximum operating pressure of 66 psi.

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Technical Specifications

  Hilliard Corporation (The)
Product Category Pneumatic Brakes
Product Number A300-T300 AS
Product Name Caliper Pneumatic Applied / Spring Released Brake
Pneumatic Pressure 66 psi (46.45 m H2O)
Configuration Disc
Engagement Friction
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