Welcome to Dings . . . Established in 1899, Dings Company manufactures spring-set, electrically-released disc brakes for use with industrial motors.
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MSHA CERTIFICATION
MSHA Brake
Available since 1982, Dings Series 6-60000-75 is certified by the Mining Health and Safety Administration.
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BISSC CERTIFICATION

Certification for brakes that meet Baking Industry Sanitation Standards
5600 Style Brakes

90 Series Brakes
 
RoHS COMPLIANCE
Dings is committed to keeping our environment safe and our earth green.
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DESIGN ADVANTAGES

Simple construction & operation of Dings brakes gives us the advantage over solenoid-actuated brakes. Compare . .
NEW DESIGN Brake for 182TC - 256TC Frame Motors
Focusing on EASY INSTALLATION, LONG BRAKE LIFE, and EASY MAINTENANCE, Dings now offers a new design 70 Series Brake - replacing current 70 Series & directly replacing Stearns® 87,000 Series Brakes. Download Brake Brochure
   
BRAKE OPERATION
NEW DESIGN Brake for 56C-145TC Frame Motors
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NEW Brake Selection Guide
Easy steps to selecting the proper brake for your application  
  Dings brakes operate on a
very simple principle: while the motor is running with power engaged, an electromagnet within the brake pulls back the pressure plate, allowing the friction and discs motor shaft to rotate freely.
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Quick-Ship Parts
Orders for standard stock parts placed by 2:30 p.m. Central Time will ship within
24 hours.
 
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  When power is cut to the motor, the electromagnet releases, instantly stopping the rotating discs and preventing the motor shaft from turning.
 
 
 
   
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