How to select speed reducer?
While choosing a speed reducer, it is very important your provide your supplier with accurate and complete information, not matter considering the applications. The detail information can save time and selection of engineers from our company. And it will also help us provide you the right one. Before we choose, we should learn how it works first.
How it works?Before you begin gathering the information you will need to order a speed reducer, it can be useful to understand how a speed reducer works.
Speed reducers are fairly straight forward pieces of machinery as they are simply a gear train between the motor and the machinery. Speed reducers are used to reduce the speed of the input, from the motor, while also multiplying the torque the input creates. The speed of the input can be control with a speed reducer so that the output is the correct speed and torque.
This decreased speed and increased torque is possible because the output gear has more teeth than the input gear allowing the output gear to rotate more slowly, reducing the speed, and increasing torque.
How to select?Now that we've covered the basics of how speed reducers work you might be wondering how you will choose the correct type or model speed reducer for your particular application.
It will be easy. We have gained years of experience designing speed reducers to create a guide to help walk you through the process of specifying and designing a speed reducer. You can always get the right speed reducer from our company.
This checklist will guide you through the process of matching your application requirements with the information needed to allow your supplier to turn it into reality.
This speed reducer guide will help you determine:
Applications specific details
- Speed and duty cycle
- Shock and loading impact on service factor
- I/O requirements
- Housing details
You may need assistant from our sale engineers for more detail about selecting of speed reducer. You can send us email or leave a request quotation on our website. Our professional engineers will contact you soon and provide you a solution.