Lenze is one of the leading industrial innovators in Germany and has about 3000 employees worldwide. Some 200 of these work in Research and Development in Germany, focusing on products, solutions, systems and services for mechanical and electronic drives. In the financial year 2004/2005 Lenze recorded a turnover of 466.2 million euro. The company's headquarter is at Hamelin in Germany, where the company was founded in 1947 by Hans Lenze.
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Lenze's product range includes frequency inverters, servo drives, geared motors, motors, clutches and brakes. It also features automation solutions with integrated software, visualisation and controls as well as system engineering, coupling technology and services. This is completed by a global service network which can be accessed 24/7 from anywhere in the world. The world is Lenze's market, so you will find us represented in all its major locations. Our largest operational sites are located in Aerzen and Extertal (Germany), Asten (Austria), Shanghai (China) and Uxbridge, Massachusetts (USA).
Our Brakes have been used in wind power installations for over 20 years, and they perform their task reliably. This field of application has special requirements: great reliability, long maintenance cycles, durability in the face of environmental influences, and tight braking torque tolerance. For pitch drives we have developed spring-applied brakes as holding brakes. Even after a failure, they operate in a defined failsafe
The Excitation Coil of magneta's magnetic particle clutch type 14.502 is installed into the rotating external rotor. For the power supply slip rings are required. Preferably the input operates through the external rotor. For connection to the driving element the external rotor is equipped with sufficiently threaded bores that are axially oriented. The internal rotor provides the output. The hollow shaft has a keyway.