China Standard Output Flange Mounted Nmrv 030-150 Worm Gear cycle gear

Product Description

 

Product Description

Main Materials:
1)housing:aluminium alloy ADC12(size 571-090); die cast iron HT200(size 110-150);
2)Worm:20Cr, ZI Involute profile; carbonize&quencher heat treatment make gear surface hardness up to 56-62 HRC; After precision grinding, carburization layer’s thickness between 0.3-0.5mm.
3)Worm Wheel:wearable stannum alloy CuSn10-1

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Combination Options:
Input:with input shaft, With square flange,With IEC standard input flange
Output:with torque arm, output flange, single output shaft, double output shaft, plastic cover
Worm reducers are available with diffferent combinations: NMRV+NMRV, NMRV+NRV, NMRV+PC, NMRV+UDL, NMRV+MOTORS

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Product Parameters

 
Old Model     
  New Model     Ratio     Center Distance  Power Input Dia.  Output Dia.    Output Torque Weight
RV571     7.5~100   25mm   0.06KW~0.12KW  Φ9 Φ11 21N.m  0.7kgs
RV030 RW030 7.5~100 30mm   0.06KW~0.25KW Φ9(Φ11) Φ14 45N.m  1.2kgs
RV040 RW040 7.5~100 40mm   0.09KW~0.55KW Φ9(Φ11,Φ14) Φ18(Φ19) 84N.m  2.3kgs
RV050 RW050 7.5~100 50mm   0.12KW~1.5KW Φ11(Φ14,Φ19) Φ25(Φ24) 160N.m  3.5kgs
RV063 RW063 7.5~100 63mm   0.18KW~2.2KW Φ14(Φ19,Φ24) Φ25(Φ28) 230N.m  6.2kgs
RV075 RW075 7.5~100 75mm   0.25KW~4.0KW Φ14(Φ19,Φ24,Φ28)  Φ28(Φ35) 410N.m  9.0kgs
RV090 RW090 7.5~100 90mm   0.37KW~4.0KW Φ19(Φ24,Φ28) Φ35(Φ38) 725N.m  13.0kgs
RV110 RW110 7.5~100 110mm   0.55KW~7.5KW Φ19(Φ24,Φ28,Φ38)   Φ42 1050N.m  35.0kgs
RV130 RW130 7.5~100 130mm   0.75KW~7.5KW Φ24(Φ28,Φ38) Φ45 1550N.m  48.0kgs
RV150 RW150 7.5~100 150mm     2.2KW~15KW Φ28(Φ38,Φ42) Φ50   84.0kgs

GMRV Outline Dimension:

GMRV A B C C1 D(H8) E(h8) F G G1 H H1 I M N O P Q R S T BL β b t V  
030 80 97 54 44 14 55 32 56 63 65 29 55 40 57 30 75 44 6.5 21 5.5 M6*10(n=4) 5 16.3 27
040 100 121.5 70 60 18(19) 60 43 71 78 75 36.5 70 50 71.5 40 87 55 6.5 26 6.5 M6*10(n=4) 45° 6 20.8(21.8) 35
050 120 144 80 70 25(24) 70 49 85 92 85 43.5 80 60 84 50 100 64 8.5 30 7 M8*12(n=4) 45° 8 28.3(27.3) 40
063 144 174 100 85 25(28) 80 67 103 112 95 53 95 72 102 63 110 80 8.5 36 8 M8*12(n=8) 45° 8 28.3(31.3) 50
075 172 205 120 90 28(35) 95 72 112 120 115 57 112.5 86 119 75 140 93 11 40 10 M8*14(n=8) 45° 8(10) 31.3(38.3) 60
090 206 238 140 100 35(38) 110 74 130 140 130 67 129.5 103 135 90 160 102 13 45 11 M10*16(n=8) 45° 10 38.3(41.3) 70
110 255 295 170 115 42 130 144 155 165 74 160 127.5 167.5 110 200 125 14 50 14 M10*18(n=8) 45° 12 45.3 85
130 293 335 200 120 45 180 155 170 215 81 179 146.5 187.5 130 250 140 16 60 15 M12*20(n=8) 45° 14 48.8 100
150 340 400 240 145 50 180 185 200 215 96 210 170 230 150 250 180 18 72.5 18 M12*22(n=8) 45° 14 53.8  120  

Company Profile

About CZPT Transmission:
We are a professional reducer manufacturer located in HangZhou, ZHangZhoug province.
Our leading products is  full range of RV571-150 worm reducers , also supplied GKM hypoid helical gearbox, GRC inline helical gearbox, PC units, UDL Variators and AC Motors, G3 helical gear motor.
Products are widely used for applications such as: foodstuffs, ceramics, packing, chemicals, pharmacy, plastics, paper-making, construction machinery, metallurgic mine, environmental protection engineering, and all kinds of automatic lines, and assembly lines.
With fast delivery, superior after-sales service, advanced producing facility, our products sell well  both at home and abroad. We have exported our reducers to Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe and Middle East and so on.Our aim is to develop and innovate on basis of high quality, and create a good reputation for reducers.

 Packing information:Plastic Bags+Cartons+Wooden Cases , or on request
We participate Germany Hannver Exhibition-ZheJiang PTC Fair-Turkey Win Eurasia 

Logistics

After Sales Service

1.Maintenance Time and Warranty:Within 1 year after receiving goods.
2.Other ServiceIncluding modeling selection guide, installation guide, and problem resolution guide, etc.

FAQ

1.Q:Can you make as per customer drawing?
   A: Yes, we offer customized service for customers accordingly. We can use customer’s nameplate for gearboxes.
2.Q:What is your terms of payment ?
   A: 30% deposit before production,balance T/T before delivery.
3.Q:Are you a trading company or manufacturer?
   A:We are a manufacurer with advanced equipment and experienced workers.
4.Q:What’s your production capacity?
   A:8000-9000 PCS/MONTH
5.Q:Free sample is available or not?
   A:Yes, we can supply free sample if customer agree to pay for the courier cost
6.Q:Do you have any certificate?
   A:Yes, we have CE certificate and SGS certificate report.

Contact information:
Ms Lingel Pan
For any questions just feel free ton contact me. Many thanks for your kind attention to our company!

Application: Motor, Machinery, Marine, Agricultural Machinery, Industry
Function: Distribution Power, Change Drive Torque, Speed Changing, Speed Reduction
Layout: Right Angle
Hardness: Hardened Tooth Surface
Installation: Horizontal Type
Step: Double-Step
Samples:
US$ 12/Piece
1 Piece(Min.Order)

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worm gear

What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a worm gear?

A worm gear offers several advantages and disadvantages that should be considered when selecting it for a specific application. Here’s a detailed explanation of the advantages and disadvantages of using a worm gear:

Advantages of using a worm gear:

  • High gear reduction ratio: Worm gears are known for their high gear reduction ratios, which allow for significant speed reduction and torque multiplication. This makes them suitable for applications that require precise motion control and high torque output.
  • Compact design: Worm gears have a compact design, making them space-efficient and suitable for applications where size is a constraint. The worm gear’s compactness allows for easy integration into machinery and equipment with limited space.
  • Self-locking capability: One of the key advantages of a worm gear is its self-locking property. The angle of the worm thread prevents the reverse rotation of the output shaft, eliminating the need for additional braking mechanisms. This self-locking feature is beneficial for maintaining position and preventing backdriving in applications where holding the load in place is important.
  • Quiet operation: Worm gears typically operate with reduced noise levels compared to other gear types. The sliding action between the worm and the worm wheel teeth results in smoother and quieter operation, making them suitable for applications where noise reduction is desired.
  • High shock-load resistance: Worm gears have good shock-load resistance due to the sliding contact between the worm and the worm wheel teeth. This makes them suitable for applications that involve sudden or intermittent loads, such as lifting and hoisting equipment.
  • Easy installation and maintenance: Worm gears are relatively easy to install and maintain. They often come as a compact unit, requiring minimal assembly. Lubrication maintenance is crucial for optimal performance and longevity, but it is typically straightforward and accessible.

Disadvantages of using a worm gear:

  • Lower efficiency: Worm gears tend to have lower mechanical efficiency compared to some other gear types. The sliding action between the worm and the worm wheel teeth generates higher frictional losses, resulting in reduced efficiency. However, efficiency can be improved through careful design, quality manufacturing, and proper lubrication.
  • Limited speed capability: Worm gears are not suitable for high-speed applications due to their sliding contact and the potential for heat generation. High speeds can lead to increased friction, wear, and reduced efficiency. However, they excel in low to moderate speed applications where high torque output is required.
  • Heat generation: The sliding action between the worm and the worm wheel generates friction, which can result in heat generation. In high-load or continuous-duty applications, this heat buildup can affect the efficiency and longevity of the system. Proper lubrication and heat dissipation measures are necessary to mitigate this issue.
  • Less suitable for bidirectional motion: While worm gears offer excellent self-locking capabilities in one direction, they are less efficient and less suitable for bidirectional motion. Reversing the direction of the input or output shaft can lead to increased friction, reduced efficiency, and potential damage to the gear system.
  • Lower accuracy in positioning: Worm gears may have lower accuracy in positioning compared to some other gear types, such as precision gear systems. The sliding contact and inherent backlash in worm gears can introduce some degree of positioning error. However, for many applications, the accuracy provided by worm gears is sufficient.
  • Potential for wear and backlash: Over time, the sliding action in worm gears can lead to wear and the development of backlash, which is the play or clearance between the worm and the worm wheel teeth. Regular inspection, maintenance, and proper lubrication are necessary to minimize wear and reduce backlash.

When considering the use of a worm gear, it’s essential to evaluate the specific requirements of the application and weigh the advantages against the disadvantages. Factors such as torque requirements, speed limitations, positional stability, space constraints, and overall system efficiency should be taken into account to determine if a worm gear is the right choice.

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How do you address noise and vibration issues in a worm gear system?

Noise and vibration issues can arise in a worm gear system due to various factors such as misalignment, improper lubrication, gear wear, or resonance. Addressing these issues is important to ensure smooth and quiet operation of the system. Here’s a detailed explanation of how to address noise and vibration issues in a worm gear system:

1. Misalignment correction: Misalignment between the worm and the worm wheel can cause noise and vibration. Ensuring proper alignment of the gears by adjusting their positions and alignment tolerances can help reduce these issues. Precise alignment minimizes tooth contact errors and improves the meshing efficiency, resulting in reduced noise and vibration levels.

2. Lubrication optimization: Inadequate or improper lubrication can lead to increased friction and wear, resulting in noise and vibration. Using the correct lubricant with the appropriate viscosity and additives, and ensuring proper lubrication intervals, can help reduce friction and dampen vibrations. Regular lubricant analysis and replenishment can also prevent excessive wear and maintain optimal performance.

3. Gear inspection and replacement: Wear and damage to the gear teeth can contribute to noise and vibration problems. Regular inspection of the worm gear system allows for early detection of any worn or damaged teeth. Timely replacement of worn gears or damaged components helps maintain the integrity of the gear mesh and reduces noise and vibration levels.

4. Noise reduction measures: Various noise reduction measures can be implemented to minimize noise in a worm gear system. These include using noise-dampening materials or coatings, adding sound insulation or vibration-absorbing pads to the housing, and incorporating noise-reducing features in the gear design, such as profile modifications or helical teeth. These measures help attenuate noise and vibration transmission and improve overall system performance.

5. Resonance mitigation: Resonance, which occurs when the natural frequency of the system matches the excitation frequency, can amplify noise and vibration. To mitigate resonance, design modifications such as changing gear stiffness, altering the system’s natural frequencies, or adding damping elements can be considered. Analytical tools like finite element analysis (FEA) can help identify resonant frequencies and guide the design changes to reduce vibration and noise.

6. Isolation and damping: Isolation and damping techniques can be employed to minimize noise and vibration transmission to the surrounding structures. This can involve using resilient mounts or isolators to separate the gear system from the rest of the equipment or incorporating damping materials or devices within the gear housing to absorb vibrations and reduce noise propagation.

7. Tightening and securing: Loose or improperly tightened components can generate noise and vibration. Ensuring that all fasteners, bearings, and other components are properly tightened and secured eliminates sources of vibration and reduces noise. Regular inspections and maintenance should include checking for loose or worn-out parts and addressing them promptly.

Addressing noise and vibration issues in a worm gear system often requires a systematic approach that considers multiple factors. The specific measures employed may vary depending on the nature of the problem, the operating conditions, and the desired performance objectives. Collaborating with experts in gear design, vibration analysis, or noise control can be beneficial in identifying and implementing effective solutions.

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How do you install a worm gear system?

Installing a worm gear system requires careful attention to ensure proper alignment, lubrication, and secure mounting. Here are the general steps involved in installing a worm gear system:

  1. Prepare the components: Before installation, ensure that all the components of the worm gear system, including the worm, worm wheel, bearings, and housing, are clean and free from any contaminants or damage. Inspect the components for any signs of wear or defects.
  2. Check alignment: Verify that the mating surfaces of the worm and worm wheel are clean and free from any debris. Ensure that the gear teeth mesh properly and that there is no excessive backlash or misalignment. Make any necessary adjustments or repairs before proceeding with the installation.
  3. Apply lubrication: Lubricate the worm gear system according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Select a suitable lubricant that provides sufficient lubrication and reduces friction between the worm and worm wheel during operation. Apply the lubricant evenly to the gear teeth and other contact surfaces.
  4. Mounting: Position the worm gear system in the desired location, taking into account any space constraints or mounting requirements. Use appropriate fasteners, such as bolts or screws, to securely attach the system to the surrounding structure or base. Ensure that the mounting surfaces are clean, flat, and able to withstand the forces and loads exerted by the gear system.
  5. Alignment and adjustment: Once the worm gear system is mounted, check the alignment again and make any necessary adjustments. Ensure that the worm and worm wheel are properly engaged and that there is no excessive play or binding. Pay attention to any specified alignment tolerances provided by the manufacturer.
  6. Testing and operation: After installation, conduct a thorough functional test of the worm gear system. Verify that it operates smoothly, without unusual noise or vibration. Check for proper engagement of the gear teeth and ensure that the system performs as intended under different load conditions. Monitor the system’s performance during initial operation and address any issues or abnormalities promptly.

It’s important to follow the specific installation instructions provided by the gear system manufacturer. Different worm gear designs and applications may have additional installation requirements or considerations that should be taken into account.

Proper installation of a worm gear system ensures its reliable operation, minimizes wear, and maximizes its lifespan. If you are unsure about any aspect of the installation process, it is recommended to consult the manufacturer or seek the assistance of a qualified professional.

China Standard Output Flange Mounted Nmrv 030-150 Worm Gear cycle gearChina Standard Output Flange Mounted Nmrv 030-150 Worm Gear cycle gear
editor by CX 2023-09-04