Observing a couple of guidelines for accurate set up is crucial for the reliable and proper operation on the gearbox or gear motor.
The principles set out listed here are intended being a preliminary guide to picking out gearbox or gear motor. For effective and right set up, follow the directions provided during the installation, utilize the maintenances manual for that gearbox obtainable from our income division.
Following is actually a brief outline of set up rules:
a) Fastening:
Place gearbox on the surface providing sufficient rigidity. Mating surfaces should be machined and flat.
Mating surfaces must be inside of definite geometric tolerances (see guide). This can be specially real of flange-mounted gearboxes with splined hollow shafts.
In applications that involve higher radial loads on the output end, flange mounting is encouraged for some gearbox sizes as this mounting makes use of the double pilot diameters provided in these gearboxes.
Make sure the gearbox is ideal for your needed mounting place.
Use screws of resistance class 8.eight and above to safe the gearbox. Torque up screws to your figures
indicated in the relevant tables.
With transmitted output torque higher than or equal 70% on the indicated M2max torque, and with
regular movement reversals, use screws with minimal resistance 10.9.
Some gearbox sizes is often fastened making use of either screws or pins. Of pin seated during the frame the gearboxes be not less than one.5 times pin diameter.
b) Connections
Secure the connection parts to gearbox input and output. Usually do not tap them with hammers or similar equipment.
To insert these parts, utilize the service screws and threaded holes presented around the shafts. Make sure to clean off any grease or protects in the shafts before fitting any connection elements.
Fitting hydraulic motors.
Be careful the O ring involving motor flange and gearbox input flange when assembling. Set up the
hydraulic motor just before filling lube oil into the gearbox.
Connecting the hydraulic brake.
The hydraulic circuit must be such to make sure that brake is launched instants ahead of gearbox begins and applied after gearbox has stopped. Test that stress from the hydraulic line for brake release is at zero whenever gearbox is stopped.
Path of rotation
Motors are linked towards the suitable electric or hydraulic circuit in line with their path of rotation.
When carrying out these connections, bear in mind that all gearboxes, no matter whether while in the in-line or ideal angle style, possess the similar course of rotation both at input and output. For much more specifics of your connection of electrical and hydraulic motors, see relevant sections in this catalogue.