10 - 14 May
Our clamping and braking elements have been thoroughly developed and tested for tough, industrial applications. We do not only want to optimize elements and adapt them to new requirements but open up new applications by innovative developements.Our construction series shows a lot of special characteristics which are typical for all Zimmer developments:
We work hard to assure that each step in the design, pre-production and final assembly meets our quality standard.
* Small size with incredible holding force
* No relative movement for the workpiece
* No active clamping forces on the guide carriage
* High positioning accuracy
* High rigidity and long lifecycle
* Easy to install
* Excellent value
* Custom solutions available on request
* Series with special friction coating for brake lining material
* Positioning of axes
* Fixing of vertical axes
* Positioning of lifting devices
* Clamping of machine tables
* Clamping in case of pressure drop
* Clamping without energy requirement
* Emergency OFF function
* Braking for linear motors
* Clamping of heavy handling systems
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