helical worm gear

The EP contains a wide selection of compact, durable helical gear drives with extended life performance features and simplified maintenance. The utilization of point out of the artwork helical and worm gear combinations affords optimum functionality fulfilling a multitude of ratio requirements. The EP is usually functionally interchangeable with many major manufacturer’s drives.

SPECIFICATIONS
Double and triple reduction ratios from 8:1 to 900:1,
4 case sizes – 830, 840, 850, 860
All systems shipped pre-lubed for your particular mounting position with EP UH1 6-460
Available in NEMA C-face flanged and direct input
Projecting and hollow outcome shafts
Available accessories
Output flange kits
Torque arm kits
Base kits
Output shaft kits
Product Features
Available in nontoxic white-colored (BK) and stainless epoxy finish (SBK)
Obtainable in hollow or projecting end result shafts
Dual and triple reduction ratios
Flanged or foot mounted
All units adaptable to ground, sidewall or ceiling mounting
S series helical-worm gear units
The strength of our helical-worm gear units is their simple mechanical structure. This yields a higher efficiency than 100 % pure worm gear units. In addition, the S series gear units are quiet during operation.
Helical-worm gear units: straightforward design, high efficiency
The simple design makes for cost-effectiveness. The average person adjustment of torque and speed allows for space-saving installation of our helical-worm gear systems. Use the S series gear units to implement simple tasks in your equipment or plant applications.

The combination with a helical gear stage substantially increases the efficiency in comparison to pure helical-worm gear units. The linear electric power tranny makes the helical-worm equipment units especially quiet in operation. Why? Power is definitely transmitted via the worm shaft and the worm equipment to the drive shaft. This dampens the torque impulses and minimizes the noise.

The torque ranges from 92 Nm to 4,000 Nm.

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