Dellner Brakes is a world-leading provider of brakes and related power transmission products such as propulsion brakes, and with over 50 years of experience that has given us a strong reputation for technical innovation, we have collected a high degree of expertise that is built into everything we do.
The STL system is an example of a product used in marine propulsion. It fits around the propeller shaft to enable faster directional changes to improve manoeuvrability.
It also helps lower fuel consumption and reduces load on propulsion systems. It is used as propulsion brakes in icebreakers, trawlers, military vessels and luxury yachts.
Using propulsion brakes to secure the propeller prevents unnecessary damage on the propulsion system, and it allows for ROVs and divers to safely operate around the propeller blades. As another example, we can mention the LM series, our locking devices, that provides a compact, cost effective solution for holding brake shafts safely and securely in place. They work by inserting a tapered pin into a slot on the brake disc or shaft flange, and can be operated by a manual lever, a hydraulic cylinder or an electric drive. Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to know more about these or other products.
Get your propulsion brakes from Dellner
Our customers mean a lot to us, and for that reason we offer a complete range of services with everything we do, which includes consultation to establish exact requirements, close contact while planning, on site installation and full support and training that continues after the sale has been completed.
We know very well how important a speedy delivery of propulsion brakes can be, which is why we have strategically located warehouses and a global network of dedicated contractors and distributors working together to ship components and spare parts anywhere in the world in just 24 hours.
If you want to know more about propulsion brakes or our other products, you can also have a look at our brochure (pdf), and find out more about what we do at Dellner Brakes.