Planetary, helical and shaft-mounted helical gearboxes are used in numerous industrial applications to produce an axial torque transmission. If this needs to be highly accurate and if high torques are required in high-tech applications, planetary gearboxes are always the right choice. The helical gearbox comes into its own in numerous industrial applications as a universal and robust gearbox. Pluggable shaft-mounted helical gearboxes are also suitable as a space-saving alternative, for example in a storage and retrieval unit when the machine structure needs to be as narrow as possible.
Our efficient helical gearboxes boast high permissible radial forces, closely stepped ratios and low backlash. They are available in 2-stage and 3-stage designs with a maximum torque of 450 Nm and ratios of up to i=370 depending on your individual requirements.
The robust helical gearboxes feature high permissible radial forces, closely stepped ratios and a low backlash. They are available in 2-pole and 3-pole design with a torque up to 450 Nm and a ratio of up to i= 370.
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The combination of Vogel MPR and MPG planetary gearbox and Lenze servo motor is the optimum solution for dynamic or highly dynamic applications which require maximum precision. These include the tasks that apply on a daily basis to the printing and packaging industry, handling and robot technology, filling and materials handling technology and general mechanical engineering. The MPR and MPG planetary gearboxes are characterized by an above-average torsional stiffness, combined with a backlash down to one angular minute. Their combination with MCS synchronous servo motors and MCA asynchronous servo motors creates flexible and particularly energy-efficient solutions which cover virtually every application.
In combination with synchronous or asynchronous servomotors, our planetary gearbox form a compact and powerful drive unit. Numerous options at the input end provide for the drive to be easily and precisely adapted to your application.
The planetary gearbox g700 is the ideal solution for demanding and dynamic tasks. With its high reliability, long service life and outstanding scalability, it provides everything you need to manage demanding machine tasks.
G500-S Shaft-Mounted Helical
Our slim-line shaft-mounted helical gearboxes boast high permissible radial forces, closely stepped ratios and low backlash. They are available in 2-stage and 3-stage designs with a maximum torque of 660 Nm and ratios of up to i=500 depending on your individual requirements.
The slim shaft-mounted helical gearboxes feature high reliable radial forces, closely stepped gear reductions and a low backlash. They are available in 2-pole and 3-pole design with a torque up to 660 Nm and a ratio of up to i= 495.
In combination with three-phase AC motors, our shaft-mounted helical gearboxes form a compact and powerful drive unit. Numerous options at the input and output end provide for the drive to be exactly adapted to your application.
Lenze provides a gearedmotor construction kit, which covers a wide range of requirements. Numerous drive-side and output-side options enable precise adaptation of the drive to the specific application. This is the basis for versatile applications and functional scalability of our gearboxes and geared motors.
The modular concept and high power density make extremely compact sizes possible. Optimised teeth profiles and ground gears ensure a low-noise operation and low backlash. The gearboxes have a compact and hence space-saving construction.
GFL Shaft-Mounted Helical
In combination with three-phase AC and servo motors, our shaft-mounted helical gearboxes represent a compact, effective drive unit. A low toothing backlash guarantees maximum accuracy. In addition, they can also distribute the power output and torque via an output shaft on both sides. The gearboxes are available in a 2- and 3-stage design with a torque of up to 11,615 Nm and a ratio of up to i=856. Drive Package versions in conjunction with the decentralised Inverter Drives 8400 motec cover a power range of up to 7.5 kW.
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Kendrion (Aerzen) Permanent magnet brakes open electromagnetically. The braking torque without backlash is generated by permanent magnets. The brakes can be installed in any position. High quality magnets ensure safe functionality. The rated torque is achieved immediately at the time of delivery without any running-in procedure. magneta electromagnetic clutches and brakes transmit the torque and brake torque through dry running
The BFK458 Series spring-applied brakes are single disk brakes with two friction surfaces. When deenergised, several springs are used to generate the braking torque through friction locking. The brake is released electromagnetically. During braking, the springs use the armature plate to press the rotor (which can be shifted axially on the hub) against the counter friction face. When the brakes are applied,