FS410

Used for Emergency Stop & Holding Applications. Low Pressure Series w/288 PSI (19.86 Bar) Release Pressure.

Salient Characteristics

Single Acting Dual Belleville Disc Spring Stacks | 1859 lb. Tangential Force at zero friction pad wear | 4130 lb. of Clamping Force | 26,273 in. lbs. F. braking torque using 30-inch disc diameter at maximum tangential force | 8.19 sq. in. total friction pad area | Unlimited brake disc diameter

Engineering note: Spring applied brakes are intended for use as an emergency stop or static holding device. It is not suggested to use in continuous slip applications as torque capacity is directly related to friction pad wear. Consult Factory.

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FS410 Low Pressure Series

Product # Model Description Additional Info Disc Thick. (in.) Tangential Force
4005-0010 FS410SAF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 5/32 1859 lbf, 8269 N
4005-0011 FS410SBF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 1/4 1859 lbf, 8269 N
4005-0012 FS410SIF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 3/16 1859 lbf, 8269 N
4005-0013 FS410SLF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 3/8 1859 lbf, 8269 N
4005-0014 FS410SEF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 1/2 1859 lbf, 8269 N
4005-0015 FS410SJF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 5/8 1859 lbf, 8269 N
4005-0016 FS410STF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 3/4 1859 lbf, 8269 N
4005-0017 FS410SOF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 1.0 1859 lbf, 8269 N
4005-0018 FS410SQF Single Acting, Floating Mount. Use Fixed Disc Dual Pistons. Spring Applied 288 PSI Release 1-1/8 1859 lbf, 8269 N

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