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Wheels and Brakes for Aerospace and Defence
Pioneers since the 1930’s
From the first multi-disc steel aircraft brakes in the 1930’s to the first electric braking system on a commercial aircraft, Meggitt has been the technology leader. MABS are one of only a few companies that can provide complete integrated braking systems - the wheels, brakes and brake control element.
A leading provider of wheels, brakes and brake control systems. Using structural design, thermal management and materials technology we balance weight, life span, life-cycle cost, dispatchability, ease of maintenance, short field performance and turnaround times.
What it takes to make a brake…
Hydraulic or electric actuation, steel or carbon friction materials.
All the parts
Wheels, brakes, heatsink, control systems with multiple options and monitoring capabilities.
Making them work together
Our mature system integration capability is based on a simulation and modelling capability using the most advanced techniques available in the industry.
MABS Carbon Brake
More than 20-years in-service experience on over 45 aircraft platforms.
Proven in all operating environments on military and commercial aircraft, from small general aviation aircraft to large passenger jets, MABS' carbon brake products are amongst the best in the world.
MABS' brake frame features include:
MABS Steel Brake
Specified on over 100 aircraft platforms currently in operation, with a fleet size in excess of 20,000 aircraft.
MABS' experience dates back to our invention of multi-disc steel aircraft brakes in the 1930’s and includes the very latest sintered pad technology currently used on modern production commercial and military aircraft such as the Embraer Phenom 100 and Lockheed-Martin C130J.
MABS' steel brake features include:
All of the above information is sourced directly from Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems. For more information please vist the MABS website at https://www.meggitt-mabs.com/