ThomasNet News Logo

Constant Force Springs include brush wear indicator.

March 31, 2014 - Available as option on all constant force spring assemblies, brush wear indicator allows users to see at-a-glance whether carbon brushes need replacing. This helps prevent exposed shunts or inadequate spring force from causing damage to commutators or rings. By ensuring optimal spring force, constant force springs with wear device minimize electrical wear and maximize brush life.
Original Press release

Helwig Carbon Products, Inc.
8900 W. Tower Ave., P.O. Box 240160
Milwaukee, WI, 53224 9008
USA


NEW Brush Wear Indicator Makes Monitoring Brush Wear Easy


Milwaukee, WI. — Helwig Carbon is pleased to announce the launch of a new brush wear indicator. The wear device is an option on all constant force spring assemblies from Helwig Carbon. It allows users to see at a glance whether carbon brushes need replacing. This helps prevent exposed shunts or inadequate spring force from causing damage to commutators or rings.



The constant force springs with wear device ensure optimal spring force, reducing electrical wear and maximizing brush life. The Helwig brush wear indicator is a cost effective option that minimizes inspection time.



Helwig Carbon, one of the last American owned carbon companies, has over 85 years experience manufacturing precision machined carbon brushes, brush holders, and constant force spring assemblies.  They are known for fast, reliable service, high quality workmanship, and on-time deliveries. Download a pdf. file from our website at: http://www.helwigcarbon.com/literature.html or e-mail: techsquad@helwigcarbon.com  to request a free sample.



Contact:

Pete Koszarek

Phone: 414-354-2411 Ext. 215

E-mail: pete.koszarek@helwigcarbon.com

Website: www.helwigcarbon.com




Brought to you by Thomasnet.com

News provided by ThomasNet News® (TNN). TNN is a comprehensive source of new and timely product information in the industrial marketplace. TNN supplies new product information to the web sites, e-marketplaces and print publications that serve the industrial marketplace.

Copyright © 2014 Thomas Publishing Company