Water Cooled Brakes (WCB) are designed for constant slip and severe high heat braking applications. The brakes are air actuated and cooled with a continuous flow of coolant from either a closed or open loop cooling system.
Available with two actuation methods, either airtube or piston. The airtube is corrosion resistant and no special coatings or treatments are required. Field service is simple and error free.
Water Cooled Brakes
WCB brakes are specifically designed for applications in which large thermal loads must be dissipated.
Typical applications: Dynamometers, forestry / logging equipment, anchor handling and towing winches, mooring winch systems, petroleum drilling equipment and tension brakes.
Water Cooled Spring Set Brake
Similar to the WCB, the WCB/SS is a spring applied, air-release, fail-safe brake.
Typical applications: forestry / logging equipment, anchor handling and towing winches, mooring winch systems and petroleum drilling equipment
Water Cooled Brakes / Dual Actuated
The WCB/DA combines air applied control and spring applied fail-safe features, is specifically designed for heavy duty braking and holding applications, where emergency stop and parking brake features are necessary.
Typical applications: forestry and logging equipment, anchor handling and towing winches, mooring winch systems, petroleum drawworks equipment.Order Now
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