Bevel helical gearbox with permanent magnet synchronous motor integrate variable frequency driver for conveyor
SNKG Series prorduct adopt harden teeth surface bevel gear and helical gear to drive, following the design principle of modularization , FEA analyse technology, unique low-noise gear tooth profile, with the characteristics of compact volume, high load performance and stable running, reliability and long service life.
-Simple wiring, low cost
-Large amount of data, fast speed, 100m, data transmission is 500K
-All control units have the same condition, it means each node has the same rights to occupy the bus (send and receive)
-Communication rate meets control requirements, communication data amount supports required data reading.
-Electric eye and proximity switch sensor supply signal to the driver directly, it is convenient and reliable.
ZheJiang CZPT Drive Co.,Ltd(Starshine) have a strong technical force with over 350 employees at present, including over 30 engineering technicians, 30 quality inspectors, covering an area of 80000 square CZPT and kinds of advanced processing machines and testing equipments. We have a good foundation for the industry application development and service of high-end speed reducers & variators owning to the provincial engineering technology research center,the lab of gear speed reducers, and the base of modern R&D.
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Quality policy:to enhance the overall level in the field of power transmission
Quality View:Continuous Improvement , pursuit of excellence
Quality Philosophy:Quality creates value
3. Incoming Quality Control
To establish the AQL acceptable level of incoming material control, to provide the material for the whole inspection, sampling, immunity. On the acceptance of qualified products to warehousing, substandard goods to take return, check, rework, rework inspection; responsible for tracking bad, to monitor the supplier to take corrective measures to prevent recurrence.
4. Process Quality Control
The manufacturing site of the first examination, inspection and final inspection, sampling according to the requirements of some projects, judging the quality change trend; found abnormal phenomenon of manufacturing, and supervise the production department to improve, eliminate the abnormal phenomenon or state.
5. FQC(Final QC)
After the manufacturing department will complete the product, stand in the customer’s position on the finished product quality verification, in order to ensure the quality of customer expectations and needs.
6. OQC(Outgoing QC)
After the product sample inspection to determine the qualified, allowing storage, but when the finished product from the warehouse before the formal delivery of the goods, there is a check, this is called the shipment inspection.Check content:In the warehouse storage and transfer status to confirm, while confirming the delivery of the product is a product inspection to determine the qualified products.
|Machinery, Agricultural Machinery
|Distribution Power, Change Drive Torque, Change Drive Direction, Speed Changing, Speed Reduction
|Hardened Tooth Surface
|Torque Arm Type
Using Helical Gearboxes for Speed Reduction and Speed Increase
Yes, helical gearboxes can be used for both speed reduction and speed increase in various applications. The design of helical gears allows them to transmit motion and power between non-parallel shafts while changing the rotational speed.
Speed Reduction: When the driving gear (pinion) has fewer teeth than the driven gear, the gear ratio leads to speed reduction. This is commonly used in applications where the input speed needs to be decreased while increasing the output torque. For example, helical gearboxes are often employed in conveyor systems to reduce the speed of the motor while maintaining sufficient torque to move heavy loads.
Speed Increase: Helical gearboxes can also achieve speed increase by having the driving gear (pinion) with more teeth than the driven gear. This configuration is less common but can be used to increase the output speed while sacrificing some torque. Speed increase applications are typically seen in scenarios where higher speeds are required, such as in certain types of machinery or industrial processes.
It’s important to note that while helical gearboxes can perform both speed reduction and speed increase, the specific gear ratios and configurations need to be carefully chosen to ensure efficient and reliable operation for the intended application.
Considerations for Designing Helical Gearboxes for Heavy-Duty Applications
Designing helical gearboxes for heavy-duty applications requires careful consideration of various factors to ensure reliable and efficient operation under high loads and demanding conditions. Here are the key considerations:
- Load Capacity: Heavy-duty applications involve substantial loads. The gearbox must be designed to handle these loads while preventing premature wear and failure. Calculations of the load distribution, contact stresses, and material strength are crucial.
- Material Selection: High-strength and durable materials are essential for heavy-duty gearboxes. Alloy steels or special heat-treated materials are often chosen to provide the necessary strength and resistance to fatigue and wear.
- Gear Tooth Design: Optimal gear tooth profiles, such as optimized helix angles and tooth modifications, contribute to smoother engagement and reduced stress concentrations. This enhances the gearbox’s ability to handle heavy loads without excessive wear.
- Bearing Selection: Robust and high-capacity bearings are necessary to support the heavy loads and provide reliable shaft support. The bearings must be able to withstand both radial and axial forces generated during operation.
- Lubrication: Adequate lubrication is critical for heavy-duty gearboxes. Lubricants with high load-carrying capacity and extreme pressure properties are chosen to ensure proper lubrication under heavy loads and to reduce friction and wear.
- Heat Dissipation: Heavy-duty applications can generate significant heat due to friction and load. Efficient heat dissipation mechanisms, such as cooling fins or oil cooling, should be incorporated into the gearbox design to prevent overheating and thermal damage.
- Sealing: Effective sealing is necessary to prevent contaminants from entering the gearbox and to retain lubricants. Seals must be capable of withstanding the conditions of the application, including high loads, vibrations, and potential exposure to harsh environments.
- Efficiency: Although heavy-duty applications prioritize load capacity, achieving acceptable levels of efficiency is still important to minimize energy losses and heat generation. Proper gear tooth design and high-quality manufacturing contribute to better efficiency.
- Structural Integrity: The gearbox housing and components must be designed with structural integrity in mind. Rigidity and robustness are required to prevent distortion or failure of components under heavy loads.
- Reliability and Serviceability: Heavy-duty gearboxes should be designed with reliability and ease of maintenance in mind. Access to critical components, such as gears and bearings, for inspection and replacement is important to minimize downtime.
Conclusion: Designing helical gearboxes for heavy-duty applications involves a comprehensive approach that addresses load capacity, material selection, gear tooth design, lubrication, heat dissipation, sealing, efficiency, structural integrity, and serviceability. By carefully considering these factors, engineers can create gearboxes that deliver exceptional performance and longevity in demanding industrial settings.
Handling High Torque and Heavy Loads in Helical Gearboxes
Helical gearboxes are well-suited for handling high torque and heavy loads due to their unique design and meshing characteristics:
- Helical Teeth: The helical shape of the gear teeth allows for gradual and continuous contact between the teeth during meshing. This results in smoother load distribution and reduced impact forces, making helical gears capable of handling heavy loads.
- Multiple Tooth Contact: Helical gears have multiple teeth in contact at any given time, spreading the load over a larger area of gear teeth. This helps to distribute the load evenly and prevent localized wear and stress concentrations.
- Increased Tooth Strength: The inclined orientation of helical gear teeth increases the tooth width, leading to greater tooth strength and improved load-carrying capacity.
- Bearings and Shaft Design: The gearbox housing is designed to support heavy loads and provide proper alignment for the shafts and bearings. High-quality bearings and shafts help distribute the load and reduce wear.
- Lubrication: Adequate lubrication is crucial to minimize friction and heat generation between gear teeth. Proper lubrication also helps to dissipate heat generated by the heavy loads.
- Material Selection: High-strength materials with good wear resistance properties are chosen for helical gears to ensure they can withstand the demands of heavy loads.
Overall, the gradual engagement of helical gear teeth and their ability to handle multiple tooth contact positions them as a reliable choice for applications that require high torque and can handle heavy loads. Engineers carefully design helical gearboxes to ensure they can withstand the stresses imposed by the application’s specific requirements.
editor by CX 2023-09-07