MiniProf BT Brake

The MiniProf BT Brake provides you with an easy and portable tool to monitor your brake discs. Its magnetic attachment enables an easy and flexible mounting on both axle and wheel mounted discs.

The MiniProf BT Brake calculates the disc thickness and wear parameters instantly. The reliable information on brake wear enables you to optimise your maintenance and safety efforts.

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MiniProf BT Brake

The MiniProf BT Brake is an excellent tool for measuring the important wear parameters of any brake disc.

MiniProf BT Brake provides instant calculations of the brake hollowing and brake thickness. The MiniProf Envision software can visualize and calculate residuals and areas automatically. Measurements can be compared in multiple ways and easily exported to various formats. MiniProf Envision offers you a powerful brake analysis tool as well as user friendly measuring software.

Wheel mounted

The wheel mounted MiniProf BT Brake instrument is attached magnetically to the vertical part of the wheel, either on the backside of the flange or on the outer side of the rim. This part of the wheel is used as a reference for the measurement.

Axle mounted

The axle mounted MiniProf BT Brake instrument is mounted on the outer diameter of the brake disc and is attached using magnetic rollers. These also align with the wear marker on the disc which act as reference points for the measurement.

Features
 · Wireless measurement
 · Optional measurement with cable
 · Magnetic attachment of instrument
 · High precision and soft titanium design
 · Waterproof IP67-rated transport case
Weight
 · Unit: 0.9 kg
Accuracy
 · Better than: ±11 µm
 · Repeatability: ±2.5 µm
Speed
 · Speed: < 5 seconds
Capacity
 · 10 hours of work or 1000 measurements
MiniProf BT Brochure
PDF: 4.3 mb
MiniProf Agents and
Customer References
PDF: 1.3 mb
MiniProf Envision
Version 3.1.45
EXE: 103.0 mb
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MiniProf is patented under the following patent numbers: 166972 in Denmark, 0569469 in Europe, 3154332 in Japan and 5351411 in USA.