UpComing Tradeshows

February 07-09, 2017
West Pack Expo 2017
Anaheim, CA

February 08-10, 2017
INDUMATION 2017
Harelbeke, Belgium

February 19-22, 2017
SME 2017
Denver, CO

ERS Series Brakes

01 August 2016

Warner Electric Modified ER VAR15 Brakes for Passenger Elevators

Warner Electric was selected by a large elevator OEM to develop a braking system for a challenging gearless motor elevator application that required dynamic torque < 160%, noise < 54 dB A and very high energy, up to 57kJ. To meet the tough requirements, Warner engineers worked closely with the customer’s engineering team as the elevator design evolved.

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11 July 2016

Warner Modified ERS VAR15 Brakes

Global Elevator OEM Looks to Warner Electric for a Unique New Braking Solution

A leading elevator OEM has enjoyed market-leading success with their low rise elevator line as well as with their line of elevators for high-rise buildings. However, customers began calling for a flexible elevator solution to meet the needs of the growing global mid-rise, mixed-use building market.

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04 January 2016

Theater Stage

Warner Electric ERS FENIX 09 Brakes for Theater Stage Lift System

One of the world’s largest and most prestigious stage equipment manufacturers needed a reliable braking solution for use on a series of stage lifts at a new theater. The lifts quickly raise and lower large, heavy podiums and scenery sets from beneath sections of the stage floor.

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17 September 2015

interlift 2015 sm banner

Warner Electric to join record attendance at interlift 2015

530 exhibitors from 41 countries are expected to attract a record attendance to interlift 2015 which is being held in Augsburg, Germany, from October 13th to 16th. This year, Warner Electric will once again be exhibiting its wide range of elevator brake systems in Hall 5, Stand 5241.

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28 May 2015

Overhead Doors

Warner EM/ERS Spring-Set Brake Module for Overhead Doors

A manufacturer of large overhead doors uses a C-face motor and 150:1 helical reducer to open and close their doors. When a door is in a partially-open position, the weight of the door can be sufficient enough to backdrive the high-ratio gearbox and lower by itself. The door does drop slowly enough that dangerous high-speed impacts are not an issue.

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