UpComing Tradeshows

March 10-12, 2020
LOGIMAT 2020 - CANCELLED
Stuttgart, Germany

April 01-04, 2020
USITT 2020 - CANCELLED
Houston, TX

ERS Series Brakes

24 February 2020

Théâtre du Chatelet in Paris

Altra Powertrain Components Help Set the Stage

Altra brakes, clutches, limit switches and couplings provide quiet, reliable performance on stage scenery winches. BC Caire, a leading French manufacturer of stage equipment needed reliable and quiet powertrain components for use on new scenery winches at the Théâtre du Chatelet in Paris.

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08 October 2019

Building Elevator Interlift 2019

High performance brakes are the focus for Warner Electric at Interlift 2019

Visitors to Interlift 2019 will be able to view high performance elevator brakes and monitoring solutions from Warner Electric. Taking place from 15th-18th October, Interlift gathers leaders in elevator technology to discuss new developments in the industry. Attendees will be able to meet with representatives and see products from Warner Electric in Hall 3, Stand 3201.

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09 July 2018

Brakes & ClutchesTop Trends in IoT

Brakes and Clutches Top Trends in IoT

Industrial brakes and clutches could become a $1.7 billion market by 2024, mostly due to investment in industrial automation and the rise of smart factories. That’s according to Global Industry Analysts Inc. (GIA).

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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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01 August 2016

Warner Electric Modified ER VAR15 Brakes for Passenger Elevators

Warner Electric was selected by a large elevator OEM to develop a braking system for a challenging gearless motor elevator application that required dynamic torque < 160%, noise < 54 dB A and very high energy, up to 57kJ. To meet the tough requirements, Warner engineers worked closely with the customer’s engineering team as the elevator design evolved.

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