Each of these high powered, high torque gear motors are made through a combination of international technology and feature a high technological content.
Choosing the right model:
1. Before selecting a model according to the specific parameter sheets, please determine your load bearing and working conditions.
2. Specify the service factor, and the service factor for ambient temperature changes according to daily operating periods and hourly start times.
3. Confirm the motor specifications according to the selected reducer model, load torque, ratio and output speed.
4. Customization is available based on customer requirements.
1. Reducer case: The reducer cases are made from high quality, forged steel material, and a ribbed, highly rigid cast iron case
2. Gears: The hardened face gear features a high quality alloy steel, and the surface undergoes a carburizing and quenching treatment processing. The gears then undergo a gear grinding. The surface hardness is HRC60 after grinding, and features a hardened layer thickness of ˃ 0.5mm. (The surface hardness will have a small variation based on the specific series of gearbox being chosen).
· Industrial production equipment
· Transmission equipment
· Textile machines
· Food machines
· Beverage and alcohol machines
· Chemical industries
· Automatic warehouse equipment
· Metallurgy industry
· Tobacco industry
· Environmental protection industry
Precautions for Use
1. When installing the gear motor, ensure the central axis is centered. The error should not be greater than the use compensation value of the coupler. Correct centering extends the service life and achieves an ideal transmission efficiency.
2. Do not use hammer knocking when mounting the driving medium on the output shaft. We traditionally make use of an assembly fixture and inner thread on the shaft, as well as a bolt for pressing of the driving medium. Using a hammer can lead to damage to the inner components of the gear motor.
3. The gear reducer should be tightly mounted on a stable, horizontal base. This ensures oil will easily leave the oil draining tank and cold air circulates in a fluid manner. Because vibration and noise are caused by an unreliable base during operation, the bearing and gears are also damaged if the base isn't stable. When the driving medium has an out thrust or uses a gear or chain wheel to drive, please add a protective device.
4. Based on the chosen mounting unit, users can also close the oil pointer, breather plug and oil drain to plug more easily. After moving the gear reducer into its place, inspect the compaction reliability of each fastener. The gear reducer is lubricated using oil grease, which means the screw plug needs to be replaced with a breather plug before operation.
Note: After a certain period of operation, please carry out regular checks on the gearbox oil level in order to avoid leakage caused by the motor shell. If the working temperature is too low or too high, you can change the lubricant oil number.
1. Replace the oil for the first time after 200-300 hours of operation. Afterwards, the oil quality should be continuously inspected. Oil that has been mixed with impurities or is no longer at top quality levels should be replaced.
2. For long-term, continuous working reducers, change the oil to new oil after 5,000 hours of operation or every year. For long-term, unused reducers, please change the oil before operating again. The new oil should be the same kind as the original. Do not mix oils of different numbers, however, oil that is the same number, but of different viscosity can be mixed.
3. Do not exchange the oil until the reducer is cool, reducing the risk of getting burned. While the reducer should still be kept warm, the oil viscosity will increase due to a complete cooling, making injecting new oil difficult. Note: cut off the power supply to the transmission unit to avoid unintentional start up.
4. During operation, if the oil temperature is more than 80 degrees, the oil pool temperature reaches more than 100 degrees, or abnormal noises occur, stop using the gearbox immediately and determine the reason. Continue to use the reducer after exchanging the lubrication oil.
How do I store the reducer?
1. Keep the reducer in a clean, dry environment.
2. If it will be stored outdoors, or in a humid location, pack tightly in a plastic bag, then place inside a box to avoid rain and other moisture that can potentially lead to corrosion. (Take condensation and rust prevention measures).
1. Overloading is prohibited.
2. The input speed should never exceed the proper maximum speed.
3. Stop and check the gearbox if the following occurs:
a. A sudden rise in temperature
b. Abnormal, loud noises
c. Sudden instability of the speed
The following costs and damages are not included in the warranty:
1. Shipping costs
2. If the reducer is connected to, or inserted in a unit, or the reducer is mounted or dismounted on a unit with extra actions, there will be additional costs not covered by the warranty.
3. Indirect damage caused by incorrect operation of the reducer.
4. Other additional damages not caused by manufacturing faults.