Industrial brake industry definition and classification analysis
Source：Huizhou Aibo Automatic Control Equipment Co., Ltd
Industrial Brake Industry Definition
A brake is a device having a function of decelerating, stopping or holding a moving member (or exercise machine) in a stopped state. Is the mechanical parts of the machine to stop or slow down the mechanical parts. Commonly known as brake, brake. Brake mainly by the system frame, brake parts and control devices and other components. Some brakes are also equipped with automatic adjustment of the gap between the brake parts. In order to reduce the braking torque and structure size, the brake is usually installed in the high-speed shaft equipment, but the safety requirements of large equipment (such as mine hoists, elevators, etc.) should be installed near the equipment work part of the low-speed shaft on.
More relevant industry brake analysis of the industry, please refer to the report published in China Hall, "2015-2020 China Industrial Brake Industry Market Research and Development Outlook Forecast Report."
Industrial brake classification
① friction brake. By the brake and the friction between the moving parts of the brake.
② non-friction brakes. The structure of the brake is mainly composed of magnetic powder brake (using the shearing force generated by magnetic powder magnetization to brake), magnetic eddy current brake (by adjusting the excitation current to adjust the braking torque) and water swirl brake.
Can be divided into outside the block brake, brake within the Zhang-type, belt brakes, disc brakes, etc .;
Working condition of brake parts
Can also be divided into normally closed brake (often in a state of emergency brake, the need to exert an external force to lift the brake) and normally open brake (often in the loose state, the need to apply external force before braking);
Can also be divided into human, hydraulic, pneumatic and electromagnetic force control of the brake.
The role of the braking system
Braking system can be divided into driving brake system, parking brake system, emergency braking system and auxiliary braking system. In each of the above braking systems, the service brake system and the parking brake system are required for each auto.
Braking Manipulating Energy
Braking system can be divided into human braking system, dynamic braking system and servo braking system. The braking system which uses the body of the driver as the only braking energy is called the manpower braking system, and the system which applies the braking force by the potential energy of the pneumatic or hydraulic form converted by the power of the engine is called the dynamic braking system. Human and engine power Braking systems are referred to as servo-braking systems or power-assisted braking systems.
Braking energy transmission
Brake system can be divided into mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electromagnetic and other kinds. At the same time the use of more than two ways to pass the brake system known as the combined braking system.