Planetary gearbox is made by modular design, and can be mixed according to client’s request
Involuted planetary gear design
Nodular cast iron Casing to increase rigidity and antiknock
Durable bearing on low‐velocity shaft, and may bear big radial load because of proportionate distribution of torque
All gears are case hardened to get high surface area hardness, which guarantee transmitting efficiency and whole gearbox’s life
Planetary gearbox has 16 versions for different torque range, and each model have 1‐5 reduction stages to attain different ratios
Ratio range: 3.15‐9000
Input power: 0.25‐55KW
Permit torque rang: ≤ 800000N. M
Output speed: 0.425‐445 r/min
Structure mode: Possibility of flange, foot, or shaft installation solutions
Wide and comprehensive selection of N series for industrial applications
Low speed shaft design: Cylindrical with important, splined, hollow with shrink disc or splined hollow shaft
Rigid and precise nodular cast iron casing
Low noise working, high manufacturing quality standard
High and dependable performance, load capacity and low speed shaft bearing
Ideal for servo applications, the P Series Inline EP Precision Gearhead feature planetary gearing and bearing options to make them the most accurate and efficient planetary gearheads obtainable. Our gear technology provides minimum wear, low noise, and backlash of ≤3 arcmin. The P Series swiftness reducer can be attached to almost any servo motor.
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EP precision planetary gearboxes work well for increasing torque output of servo systems, whilst reducing the reflected load inertia for higher response. Offered in inline, right-angle and hub styles, these best-in-class gearboxes provide high stiffness, high performance, and very quiet operation. Mounting equipment is roofed for mating to EP motors.
These reducers are usually selected based on the peak cycle forces, which often happen during accelerations and decelerations. These cycle forces rely on the driven load, the velocity vs. period profile for the cycle, and any other exterior forces acting on the axis.
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