Caliper disc brakes

Fast response time for maximum safety

Drawing on a long tradition of manufacturing brakes and clutches, Danfoss and Coremo Ocmea have partnered to become a global leader in safe, reliable solutions for industrial, marine, oil and gas, energy and entertainment sector applications. We offer a broad range of hydraulic and pneumatic caliper disc brakes and design services.

  • Safe - Fast response time for maximum safety
  • Durable - Longer lifetime
  • Sustainable - Simplified maintenance

Select from hydraulic or pneumatic caliper brakes

  • Hydraulic – hydraulic caliper and direct hydraulic brakes in oil-applied and spring-applied types
  • Pneumatic – air-actuated, spring-applied and dual (combined air- and spring-applied) brakes

Danfoss high-quality caliper brake components

  • Provide a fast response time for maximum safety
  • Offer solutions for most industrial applications with customization based on climate, duty cycles, temperatures and other environmental challenges
  • Prevent premature failure with features such as custom coatings and spring sets

Reduce machine downtime

  • Longer lifetime and simplified maintenance
  • Simple, fast manual wear compensation
  • Easy and quick pad carrier replacement

A safe solution for a wide range of industrial applications

  • Air-actuated brakes are ideal for service stops and tensioning applications
  • Spring-applied brakes are ideal for emergency and/or parking applications
  • Dual brakes are ideal for applications that require both continuous and emergency braking simultaneously

Options to meet your application’s needs

  • Wide range of friction materials
  • Suitable for different disc thicknesses
  • Custom paints, coatings and treatments available for extreme environments

Features and benefits

Hydraulic brakes features

  • Body material: Hydraulic caliper brakes feature spheroidal graphite (SG) iron levers and steel thrusters;  direct hydraulic brakes feature SG iron or steel bodies
  • Wear indicator: Wear indicators and inductive on/off positioning sensors are standard on direct hydraulic brakes and optional on hydraulic caliper brakes
  • Clamping forces: Range from 10,000 N to 750,000 N
  • Operating temperatures: range from -20°C to 200°C, with solutions available for -40°C to 200°C in the direct hydraulic brake line
  • Maximum pressure: 100 bar
  • Release pressure: 25 bar – 180 bar
  • Minimum braking force: 5600 N - 20200 N
  • Maximum braking force: 15987 N - 42000 N

Pneumatic brakes features

  • Body material: Spheroidal graphite cast iron body and aluminum thruster
  • Wear indicator: Optional wear indicator and on/off indicator device
  • Clamping force: Range meets the conditions required by various applications
  • Maximum pressure: 6 bar
  • Release pressure: 5-6 bar
  • Minimum braking force: 148 N - 970 N
  • Maximum braking force: 32000 N - 36600 N
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