SHUR-STOP BRAKE KITS

 

US Motors’ Shur-Stop Brake Kits use Stearns brakes and US Motors’ proprietary adapter bracket and hub assemblies to fit the motor types shown below.

Fits US Motors Types:  FUT, UTE, UTI, UTF, UT, UTP, and UTIP
FRAME RATING
(FT-LB)
VOLTAGE
AT 60HZ
CAT NUMBER NOTES
56/140 1.5 230-460 964220
56/140 1.5 575 964221
56/140 3 115-230 964226
56/140 3 230-460 964223
56/140 3 575 964224
56/140 6 125-250 958191
56/140 6 230-460 964225
56/140 6 575 964222
56/140 10 230-460 964227
180 10 125-250 964252
180 10 230-460 958195
180 10 575 958194
180 15 230-460 958193
180 15 575 958192
210 25 230-460 364963
210 25 575 364966
210 35 230-460 364964
210 35 575 364967

Notes:

  1. All 230/460v (60Hz) brakes are nameplated and designed for use on 190/380 Vac, 50Hz rated at ft-lb per above.
  2. All 125/250v (60Hz) brakes are suitable for 160/220 Vac, 50Hz at ft-lb per above.
  3. Acceptable mounting positions are noted below.
    (From horizontal motor and brake solenoid position to – Degrees from Vertical)
    1.5, 3, 6 foot pounds good for 0, 60, 120, 180, 240, 300 degrees
    10, 15 foot pounds good for 0, 60, 120, 180, 240, 300 degrees
    25, 35 foot pounds good for 0, 60, 300 degrees
  4. Motor and Brake Vertical Rules
    1.5, 3, 6 foot pounds – Brake High = OK, Brake Low = OK
    10, 15 foot pounds – Brake High = OK, Brake Low = OK
    25, 35 foot pounds – Brake High = NOT OK (additional kit needed), Brake Low = OK
  5. These kits are only rated at 1 start/stop per minute when used in conjunction with a Motor and Reducer.
  6. When shorter cycles of Start/Stop are required please call us and let us help you figure out what will better suit your needs. We may offer a Leroy Somer Brake Motor that can offer more cycles to suit you.
  7. If using Inverter on the motor to above 1750rpm at 60Hz be aware that your typical wear items will wear faster due to higher friction and physical stopping force.
  8. The lower the RPM of the motor, the more Foot Pounds of stopping power you need.

We want you to be happy with the product.
We do not want you to be blind sided by factors that may not have been considered.