Marine, Maritime & Navy Brakes

Marine industry brakes are designed with a power released spring set brake style in accordance with military specification  and are suitable for shipboard, coast guard and severe duty applications when ductile iron enclosures are required.

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Stearns Non-Drive End Brakes

Non-Drive End

Brakes that are mounted on the non-drive end of the motor.

Stearns offers three types of non-drive end brakes for water-based industrial applications: 

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Marine Duty Motor Brakes 

Use Cases for C-Face Marine Motor Brakes

C-Face marine motor brakes are commonly used on various marine applications for offshore and military applications including: 

What is the Non-Drive End of a Motor? 

The drive end of a typical AC or DC motor, also known as the “shaft end,” functions to bear a load; whereas, the non-driving end of an industrial AC or DC motor, also referred to as “the front end,” or, “the outboard end,” is primarily responsible for carrying the coupling of driving pulley.

Locate a Stearns C-Face Marine Motor Brake by Industry:

Agriculture | Cement & Aggregate | Crane & Hoist | Food & Beverage | Forestry | Forklifts | Gas & Oil | Marine | Material Handling | Medical | Mining | Packaging | Special Vehicle Market | Water Processing

Products Similar to C-Face Marine Motor Brakes

Stearns manufactures all-purpose, spring-set NEMA C-Face brakes to mount horizontally or vertically on standard NEMA C-Face motors used in a wide variety of industrial applications and adhere to a range of conveyor torque requirements including non-dynamic use cases. All general purpose C-Face brakes are treated with corrosive resistant paint and serve as a trusted alternative or replacement for traditional AC brake modules. 
Protect oil and gas workers against fatal working conditions found frequently in connection with underground mining through explosion-proof motor brakes and hazard-proof disc brakes. These C-Face brakes are manufactured in accordance with The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) to achieve optimal health and safety levels.

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