Dellner Brakes AB is a Swedish company that develops, manufactures, markets and maintains brake solutions for industrial and marine applications. The company was founded in 1941 by Master of Science Jan Dellner. Since then, we have been a part of the Dellner Group of companies that now has more than 700 employees and production or service offices in every part of the world.
Dellner Brakes will be introducing two groundbreaking new failsafe brakes to its SKP range that, by combining terrific power with modular, lightweight design at competitive prices, are set to revolutionise the braking market.
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Dellner Brakes is introducing two new heavy-duty disc brakes to its SKD range that, through a new modular design, deliver more choice and outstanding stopping power at extremely competitive prices for large industrial, marine and offshore applications. More information »
Dellner's electrical STL braking system has been selected by Marine Professional magazine as a product that has 'made an impressive impact on the maritime industry during 2016'. View extract »
Read the interview with Dellner Brakes CEO Marcus Aberg, featured in this month’s Inside Marine magazine
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Dellner Brakes launches to the US marine market at the International Workboat Show with the world’s first’ electrical STL braking system. More information »
In below link you can see how we work at Dellner Brakes. From our headquarter in Sweden, Falun, Vika and a quick view from our sales offices worldwide.
Dellner Brakes has launched the world’s first fully automated, electrical ‘Stop, Turn, Lock’ (eSTL) braking system at September’s SMM 2016 international marine fair in Hamburg. More information »
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Dellner Brakes has hired Jaakko Miekkala as Sales Representative Europe, with main focus on Scandinavian and Baltic regions.
Experienced with several years in hydraulic applications, Jaakko will contribute to the market as an engineering oriented salesperson. Skilled with languages Finnish, English and Swedish, Jaakko will be working internationally with his base located in Finland.
Please see our new developed STL-system with Continuous Turning.
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When placing orders to Dellner Brakes, please send them to following address:
Dellner Brakes has delivered one STL-system to a Russian Ice breaker. The Russian Navy will build 32 new Ice breakers and Dellner Brakes sees opportunities to deliver STL-systems to more than one of these.
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27 to 29 June 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
More info: TOC Europe website