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Dellner Brakes Introduces Electrical STL System

Manufacturer of technologically advanced industrial and marine braking systems Dellner Brakes AB has launched what it is calling “the world’s first fully automated, electrical ‘Stop, Turn, Lock’ (eSTL) braking system” at September’s SMM 2016 international marine fair in Hamburg.
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