Conventional braking control. Regulation and dosing.
Brake control valves for conventional braking control – available from Knorr-Bremse for a complete range of trucks, buses and trailers, based on over 100 years of experience.
Manage pneumatic braking control with valves
Valves ensure the compressed air in the braking system is delivered in just the right amount, exactly where it is needed: to the components of the brake and air suspension systems. Thanks to over 100 years of experience, Knorr-Bremse offers a complete range of valves for conventional braking control for trucks, buses and trailers. We continuously develop our products to ensure we always have the right solution, even for future customer needs. We focus on the key principles of efficiency, sustainability and safety.
A wide variety of valve options, including specialized functions
Our product range covers all the needs of a conventional braking system: Foot brake valves, parking brake valves, relay valves, brake pressure regulators, trailer control valves and levelling valves – the perfect addition to the electronic control systems.
Brake control valves facilitate precisely controlled delivery of compressed air to all the components of the braking system. In addition, they automatically activate the brakes in case of a critical drop in pressure. Knorr-Bremse offers a complete range of brake control valves for conventional braking control of trucks, buses and trailers: From hand brake valves to foot brake valves, and relay valves to brake pressure regulators.
Knorr-Bremse's portfolio of conventional control and regulation valves includes pressure limiting valves with integrated position control, check valves and coupling heads in different variants.
Air suspension valves ensure smooth lifting and lowering of commercial vehicles and trailers. Levelling valves for cabins, chassis and trailers are also available from Knorr-Bremse, as are raise/lower valves and control valves with a lift axle function.
Park/shunt valves with overflow valves are used in trailers, to ensure the trailer can be released and braked manually when uncoupled.