The basic gearbox housing is of cuboid form for dimensional symmetry. All input and output sides have a register for central location. The gearbox housing and bearing flanges are made from high quality grey cast iron and are machined on all sides with tapped mounting holes. The use of robust rolling bearings ensures a high operating life. The modular design system allows designs with muti shaft and takeoff drives with up to 6 shafts. The drive input is usually on shaft d1, but shaft d2 or d3 can also act as the driver.
The bevel gearboxes incorporate the Klingelnberg palloidspiral gearing. With the spiral tooth form and large contact engagement, high torques can be transmitted. The bevel gear sets are made from high quality alloy steel and they are hardened and lapped in pairs. With these features an optimum tooth marking pattern is achieved, together with very quiet running and good efficiency.
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The connection between motor & gearbox is made through the usage of a shrink-coupling device.
Version A for size 230 - 370
Attention! To make sure to transfer the motor torque in case of an emergency stop, it is required to use a motor shaft with keyway. It is essential that the motor shaft and the bore on the clamping sleeve are dirt and grease free. Take the clamping bush and fit it to the motor shaft back to the shaft shoulder. Then tighten the coupling screws to the recommended torque. Do this in 3 steps eitherway with 20%, 50% and then 100%. The recommended torque can be found on a sticker on the coupling. Grease the tooth profile of the clumping bush. With the gearbox in the vertical position and the input flange facing upwards mount the motor onto the gearbox and tighten the motor flange/gearbox fixing bolts.
Version B for size 400 + 500
It is essential that the motor shaft and the bore on the profiled bush are dirt and grease free. Take the profiled bush together with the shrink disc and fit it to the motor shaft back to the shaft shoulder. Then tighten the coupling screws to the recommended torque, which can befound on a sticker on the coupling. Grease the tooth profile of the profiled bush. With the gearbox in the vertical position and the input flange facing upwards mount the motor onto the gearbox and tighten the motor flange/gearbox fixing bolts.
Version C for size 50 - 200
The connection between motor and gearbox is made using a shrink disc bush without a keyway. For maximum performance we recommend the use of motors with reduced shaft tolerance and concentricity according to DIN 42955 R standards. When fitting the motor, position the gearbox vertically with the motor flange upwards. Before assembly, degrease the motor shaft and the blind hole in the gearbox. Remove the lock screw or two plastic plugs from the motor flange of the gearbox, and insert a long Allen key to reach the tangential clamping screw in the coupling. The coupling must first be turned to the correct position for the screw to be accessible.
Lower the motor vertically with the motor shaft in the blind hole. Ensure that the motor shaft has completely entered the bore, and that the flanges of motor and gearbox are in contact with each other over their full surface. The motor flange screws can now be inserted (do not tighten them completely). Then tighten the screws of the coupling with the required tightening torque. Do this in 3 steps alternately with 20%, 50% and then 100%. The tightening torque is marked on the coupling in Nm. Finish tightening the motor flange screws. After assembly, it is important to reinsert the lock screw or plastic plugs into their holes.
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Lenze G500-B Series
Lenze's efficient bevel 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=360 depending on your individual requirements. In combination with three-phase ACmotors, our bevel gearboxes form a compact and powerful drive unit. Numerous options at the input and output end provide
With Asynchronous Servo Motors, two characteristics are shown in each case. The characteristics for continuous operation (S1) show the speed dependent constant torque of the motor when operating with a servo inverter that itself is operated at a constant switching frequency. The limit torque characteristics correspond to those that come about during operation of the motor with the largest possible 9400 Servo Drive in each case.