Neeter Drive Gearboxes Transmit Power up to 6600 N-m
Neeter Drive says these sizes extend the PowerGears range torque capacity by a further 3,400 N-m. This is complemented by uniform load distribution on the gear teeth that is set by optimizing the contact pattern during assembly. Both gearboxes are available with six gear ratios up to 5:1 as standard, and each design has solid and hollow shaft variants up to four-way shaft configuration.
According to the company, other advantages include a 98% industrial efficiency rating, a compact and rigid design, fretting-free torque transfer using a friction locked fit between shaft and bevel gear, and a lifetime lubrication guarantee.
Typical applications are angular torque transfer and torque distribution in single- or multiple-shaft configurations as well as in non-stationary applications where weight is a consideration.
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