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Dellner Bubenzer EBA Crane Drum Brake System

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Original price $4,883.00
Current price $4,650.00
SKU 81-1600.00046
MPN 81-1600.00046

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Dellner Bubenzer’s EBA is a powerful drum brake with braking torques from 24 ft-lb to 9,000 ft-lb that meets AISE (TR11) and NEMA (ICS 8) standards—for footprint and mounting. The EBA range is common in steel and mining applications.

The EBA product features a continuously adjustable brake spring enclosed in a square tube with torque scale. Self-lubricating bushings mean the brakes are easy to service, and no greasing is necessary.

Many end users like the brake shoes with non-asbestos, organic linings, while shoe clamping springs prevent the brake shoes from tilting when released. Pins, main spindle, uncoated parts, and screws are all stainless steel.

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1. What type of brake is the EBA? It is a powerful drum brake.

2. What braking torques does it offer? 24 ft-lb to 9,000 ft-lb.

3. What is a ft-lb? The ft-lb, or foot-pound, force is a unit of work or energy in an engineering and gravitational system.

4. Does the braking torque meet recognized standards? Yes:

  • AISE (TR11)
  • NEMA (ICS 8)

5. Do the products meet the required standards for both footprint and mounting? Yes.

6. Where might I see or use the EBA brake? The EBA range is common in steel and mining applications, but others too.

7. What can you tell me about the brake spring? The EBA product features a continuously adjustable brake spring, which is enclosed in a square tube with torque scale.

8. Does the product have self-lubricating bushings? Yes: this means that the brakes are easy to service, and no greasing is necessary.

9. Why is this brake popular? For many reasons, but many end users like the brake shoes with non-asbestos, organic linings, while shoe clamping springs prevent the brake shoes from tilting when released.

10. What are the component parts made of? Pins, main spindle, uncoated parts, and screws are all stainless steel.

11. Who is Dellner Bubenzer? Dellner Brakes, owner of Pintsch Bubenzer, relaunched as Dellner Bubenzer in 2021.

12. Have you got photos of the product? Yes: we’ve published them on the product page.