UpComing Tradeshows

June 20-22, 2017
Stage/Set/Scenery 2017
Berlin, Germany

November 22-24, 2017
CBST 2017
Shanghai, China

November 28-30, 2017
SPS IPC 2017
Nuremburg, Germany

Application Profile

09 February 2017

Bucket Conveyor

Warner Electric EM210/ERS 68 Brake for Bucket Conveyor

A conveyor OEM was looking for a reliable braking solution for a bucket conveyor unit being built for a West Coast dry food manufacturer. Bucket conveyors feature a chain drive containing a series of buckets that pick up material on one side, transport it vertically, and deposit it at another level.

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08 February 2016

labeling machine

Warner Electric Magnetic Particle Brake for Labeling Machine

An Australian manufacturer of sealing products needed to improve the line speed and quality in their packaging area. Their existing labeling equipment used a simple weight and strap to provide tension on the unwinding spool of labels that are applied to each can of product.

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04 January 2016

Theater Stage

Warner Electric ERS FENIX 09 Brakes for Theater Stage Lift System

One of the world’s largest and most prestigious stage equipment manufacturers needed a reliable braking solution for use on a series of stage lifts at a new theater. The lifts quickly raise and lower large, heavy podiums and scenery sets from beneath sections of the stage floor.

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20 August 2015

Warner Electric - Cable Spool Rewinder

Warner Electric TB Series Tension Brake for Cable Spool Re-Winder

A South Carolina-based manufacturer of large-capacity electrical cabling produces a wide array of cable products in bulk, with the product wound onto large diameter reels that contain thousands of feet of cable. Its customers typically order in less-than-full reel quantities.

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06 August 2015

Stacked Cans

Warner Electric Model EM Series Brake with CBC Control for Can Stacking Elevator

A large manufacturer of steel cans uses a vertical elevator to create layers of cans which are then stretch wrapped for shipment to their food packaging customer. The process allows for layers of cans to be lifted and a new layer formed at the bottom of the stack. The process repeats until a stack, about 10 ft. tall, is formed and then stretch wrapped to maintain the stack integrity during shipment. As the stack of cans builds, the weight being lifted increases with each layer.

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