Worm Gearbox reducer small reduction gearbox for concrete mixer
1. Housing: Die-cast Aluminium Alloy Gearbox (RV571~RV090)
Cast Iron Gearbox (RV110~RV150)
2. Worm Wheel: Wearable Tin Bronze Alloy, Aluminum Bronze Alloy
3. Worm Shaft: 20Cr Steel, carburizing, quenching, grinding, surface hardness 56-62HRC, 0.3-0.5mm remaining carburized layer after precise grinding
4. Input Configurations:
Equipped with Electric Motors (AC Motor, Brake Motor, DC Motor, Servo Motor)
IEC-normalized Motor Flange
Solid Shaft Input
Worm Shaft Tail Extension Input
5. Output Configurations:
Keyed Hollow Shaft Output
Hollow Shaft with Output Flange
Plug-in CHINAMFG Shaft Output
6. Spare Parts: Worm Shaft Tail Extension, Single Output Shaft, Double Output Shaft, Output Flange, Torque Arm, Dust Cover
7. Gearbox Painting:
Aluminium Alloy Gearbox:
After Shot Blasting, Anticorrosion Treatment and Phosphating, Paint with the Color of RAL 5571 Gentian Blue or RAL 7035 Light Grey
Cast Iron Gearbox:
After Painting with Red Antirust Paint, Paint with the Color of RAL 5571 Gentian Blue
Hollow Shaft Input with IEC-normalized Motor Flange
Solid Shaft Input
1. Quality aluminum alloy gear box, light weight and not rust
2. 2 optional worm wheel materials: Tin bronze or aluminum bronze alloy
3. Standard parts and very flexible for shaft configurations and motor flange interface
4. Several optional mounting options
5. Low noise, High efficiency in heat dissipation
|Models||Rated Power||Rated Ratio||Input Hole Dia.||Input Shaft Dia.||Output Hole Dia.||Output Shaft Dia.||Center Distance|
Ratio: 5, 7.5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100
Torque Arm Mounted
Oil-bath and Splash Lubrication
Packing & Delivery:
Our company :
AOKMAN was founded in 1982, which has more than 36 years in R & D and manufacturing of gearboxes, gears, shaft, motor and spare parts.
We can offer the proper solution for uncountable applications. Our products are widely used in the ranges of metallurgical, steel, mining, pulp and paper, sugar and alcohol market and various other types of machines with a strong presence in the international market.
AOKMAN has become a reliable supplier, able to supply high quality gearboxes.With 36 years experience, we assure you the utmost reliability and security for both product and services.
1.Q:What kinds of gearbox can you produce for us?
A:Main products of our company: UDL series speed variator,RV series worm gear reducer, ATA series shaft mounted gearbox, X,B series gear reducer,
P series planetary gearbox and R, S, K, and F series helical-tooth reducer, more
than 1 hundred models and thousands of specifications
2.Q:Can you make as per custom drawing?
A: Yes, we offer customized service for customers.
3.Q:What is your terms of payment ?
A: 30% Advance payment by T/T after signing the contract.70% before delivery
4.Q:What is your MOQ?
A: 1 Set
If you have any demand for our products please feel free to contact me.
|Function:||Speed Changing, Speed Reduction|
Calculating Gear Ratio in a Worm Reducer
The gear ratio in a worm reducer is determined by the number of teeth on the worm wheel (also known as the worm gear) and the number of threads on the worm shaft. The gear ratio formula for a worm reducer is:
Gear Ratio = Number of Teeth on Worm Wheel / Number of Threads on Worm Shaft
For example, if the worm wheel has 60 teeth and the worm shaft has a single thread, the gear ratio would be 60:1.
It’s important to note that worm reducers have an inherent self-locking property due to the angle of the worm threads. As a result, the gear ratio also affects the mechanical advantage and the system’s ability to resist backdriving.
When calculating the gear ratio, ensure that the worm reducer is properly designed and that the gear ratio aligns with the desired mechanical characteristics for your application. Additionally, consider factors such as efficiency, load capacity, and speed limitations when selecting a gear ratio for a worm reducer.
How to Calculate the Efficiency of a Worm Gearbox
Calculating the efficiency of a worm gearbox involves determining the ratio of output power to input power. Efficiency is a measure of how well the gearbox converts input power into useful output power without losses. Here’s how to calculate it:
- Step 1: Measure Input Power: Measure the input power (Pin) using a power meter or other suitable measuring equipment.
- Step 2: Measure Output Power: Measure the output power (Pout) that the gearbox is delivering to the load.
- Step 3: Calculate Efficiency: Calculate the efficiency (η) using the formula: Efficiency (η) = (Output Power / Input Power) * 100%
For example, if the input power is 1000 watts and the output power is 850 watts, the efficiency would be (850 / 1000) * 100% = 85%.
It’s important to note that efficiencies can vary based on factors such as gear design, lubrication, wear, and load conditions. The calculated efficiency provides insight into how effectively the gearbox is converting power, but it’s always a good practice to refer to manufacturer specifications for gearbox efficiency ratings.
What is a Worm Gearbox and How Does It Work?
A worm gearbox, also known as a worm gear reducer, is a mechanical device used to transmit rotational motion and torque between non-parallel shafts. It consists of a worm screw and a worm wheel, both of which have helical teeth. The worm screw resembles a threaded cylinder, while the worm wheel is a gear with teeth that mesh with the worm screw.
The working principle of a worm gearbox involves the interaction between the worm screw and the worm wheel. When the worm screw is rotated, its helical teeth engage with the teeth of the worm wheel. As the worm screw rotates, it translates the rotational motion into a perpendicular motion, causing the worm wheel to rotate. This perpendicular motion allows the worm gearbox to achieve a high gear reduction ratio, making it suitable for applications that require significant speed reduction.
One of the key features of a worm gearbox is its ability to provide a high gear reduction ratio in a compact design. However, due to the sliding nature of the meshing teeth, worm gearboxes may exhibit higher friction and lower efficiency compared to other types of gearboxes. Therefore, they are often used in applications where efficiency is not the primary concern but where high torque and speed reduction are essential, such as conveyor systems, elevators, automotive steering systems, and certain industrial machinery.
editor by CX 2023-09-18