We has over 30 years’ experience with reduction gearbox design and production. Our dependable, high performance power transfer solutions can be found in several sizes and configurations, with torque rankings up to 420Nm to meet up our customers’ requirements. Our flange gear reducers are perfect for a broad spectral range of applications.
Our NEMA gearboxes are built in compact frames and provide at output that’s 90° from the insight. Along with reduction ratios from 5:1 to 120:1 and optional one- and double-output shafts, worm gear designs are versatile enough for several applications. Durable aluminium and steel materials make these worm decrease gearboxes perfect for harsh working conditions.
We offers worm gear designs in a range of torque ideals and with various input/output sizes to match your requirements. Like all our gearboxes, these products are designed for low low backlash worm reducer backlash (≤30 arc minutes backlash or much less) and high performance (up to 90% at 1,000 RPM).
With its three item variants, the new servo worm gearbox series from WITTENSTEIN alpha leaves absolutely nothing to be desired so far as performance, smooth working and flexibility are concerned. The right solution exists for just about any specific torsional backlash higher than 2 arcmin. Features such as for example maximum economy in all axes, optimum torque density and constant, low torsional backlash throughout the service life are common to all or any of the gearboxes.
these servo worm gearboxes give you best-in-class precision – tailored precision up to ≤ 2 arcminutes for a number of applications. You profit from rapid availability and also optimal reliability and maximum economy throughout a lifespan greater than 20,000 hours.
Worm gears are often used when large speed reductions are needed. The reduction ratio depends upon the number of begins of the worm and quantity of the teeth on the worm equipment. But worm gears possess sliding contact which is quiet but will produce heat and also have relatively low transmission efficiency.
For the materials for production, in general, worm is constructed of hard metal while the worm gear is made from relatively soft steel such as aluminum bronze. This is since the number of tooth on the worm equipment is relatively high in comparison to worm using its number of starts being generally 1 to 4, by reducing the worm gear hardness, the friction on the worm teeth is reduced. Another feature of worm manufacturing may be the need of specialized machine for gear slicing and tooth grinding of worms. The worm equipment, however, may be made with the hobbing machine used for spur gears. But due to the different tooth shape, it isn’t possible to cut a number of gears simultaneously by stacking the apparatus blanks as can be carried out with spur gears.