Manually Clamping

HK
Holding force up to 2,000 N

  • Elementary
  • Fail-safe

HKR
Holding force up to 2,000 N

  • Elementary
  • Fail-safe

MiniHK
Holding force up to 220 N

  • Small
  • Powerful

Pneumatically Clamping – Active

MK
Holding force up to 2,250 N

  • High holding forces
  • Low cost

MKR
Holding force up to 2,000 N

  • High holding forces
  • Low cost

LKP
Holding force up to 5,400 N

  • Narrow
  • Low (S2)

MCP
Holding force up to 550 N

  • Small
  • Powerful

Pneumatically Clamping – Passive

MKS
Holding force up to 3,000 N

  • High holding forces
  • Low cost

MKRS
Holding force up to 1,700 N

  • High holding forces
  • Low cost

LKPS
Holding force up to 3,600 N

  • Narrow
  • Low (S2)

MCPS
Holding force up to 400 N

  • Small
  • Powerful

TPS
Holding torque up to 1,000 NM

  • Active without pressure
  • Flat design

Pneumatically Braking – Passive

MBPS
Holding force up to 4,700 N

  • High holding forces
  • Low cost

UBPS
Holding force up to 9,200 N

  • Compact
  • Maximum holding forces

LBPS
Holding force up to 3,600 N

  • Narrow
  • Low (S2)

RBPS
Holding force up to 35,000 N

  • Compacts
  • Maximum holding forces

Hydraulically Clamping – Active

KWH
Holding force up to 22,700 N

  • Very high holding forces

Hydraulically Braking – Active

KBH
Holding force up to 22,700 N

  • Very high holding forces

Hydraulically Braking – Passive

KBHS
Holding force up to 16,700 N

  • Very high holding forces

Electrically Clamping Bistable

LCE
Holding force up to 2,000 N

  • Electrical

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Description

Zimmer offer high performance, maximum quality clamping and braking elements for linear positioning applications. Designed to suit most brands of linear ball guide and round shaft products, the innovative clamps are mounted beside linear carriages and pillow blocks to provide either hand, pneumatic or hydraulic clamping, as well as braking options.

Zimmer clamping and braking elements offer a new and innovative approach for positioning, holding and stopping applications. Here are some of the key benefits;

  • Small size with incredible holding force
  • No relative movement for the workpiece
  • No active clamping force on the guide carriage
  • High positioning accuracy
  • High rigidity
  • Long lifecycle
  • Easy to install
  • Excellent value
  • Custom solutions available on request
  • Series with special friction coating for brake lining material

For more information please visit the Zimmer Group website.

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