China OEM G3 Series Coxial High Transmission Efficiency Helical Gearbox Geared Motor vacuum pump distributors

Product Description

G3 series helical geared motor,
1. Two types of housing: Aluminum alloy and cast iron; Two kinds of frames: foot mounting and flange mounting. They are good-looking in appearance, suitable for universal mounting.
2. Helical gear with the high-10sile alloy material makes the construction more compact, housing smaller, efficiency higher, output torque larger.
3.Hardened facing & well finished transmission gear has the advantages : seldom distortion, high precision,stable transmission, lower noise, possible for continuous work under the dreadful conditions.
4.With 6 specification for the diameter of output shaft: Ø18,Ø22,Ø28,Ø32,Ø40,Ø50.
5.Two or three-stage transmission, large in ratio range, each single frame size with 14 ratios from 5:1 to 200:1.
6.Using high quality bearing prolongs the use life.
7.High-performance oil seal prevents the lubricant from leaki

ng back to the inner of motor.
8.Three-phase motor combined the standard and full-enclosed aluminum motor, which is good in waterproof, easy in heat dissipation, high in running efficiency.
9.Modular combination extends the transmission ratio from i=5:1 to 1400:1.
Model Information

1) Made of high quality material,  non-rusting;Both flange and foot mounting available and suitable for all-round installation
2) Large output torque and high radiating efficiency
3)Precise grinding helical gear with Smooth running and low noise, no deformation,can work long time in dreadful condition
4)Nice appearance, durable service life and small volume, compact structure
5)Both 2 and 3 stage available with wide ratio range from 5 to 200
6)Different output shaft diameter available -40-50mm
7)Modular construction enlarge ratio from 5 to 1400

MAIN MATERIALS:
1)housing with aluminium alloyand cast iron material;
2)Output Shaft Material:20CrMnTi
3)Good quality no noise bearings to keep long service life
4)High performance oil seal to prevent from oil leakage

APPLICATIONS:
G3 Series helical gear motor are wide used for all kinds of automatic equipment, such as chip removal machine, conveyor, packaging equipment, woodworking machinery, farming equipment, slurry scraper ,dryer, mixer and so on.
 

 

(n1=1400r/min  50hz)
norminal ratio 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 80 100 100 120 160   200   
0.1kw output shaft  Ø18 Ø22
n2* (r/min) 282 138 92 70 56 46 35 28 23 18 14 11 9 7
M2(Nm) 50hz 3.2 6.5 9.8 12.9 16.1 19.6 25.7 31.1 37.5 49.5 62.9 76.1 100.7 125.4
60hz 3 5 8 11 13 17 21 26 31 41 52 63 84 105
Fr1(N) 588 882 980 1180 1270 1370 1470 1570 2160 2450 2450 2450 2450 2450 2450
Fr2(N) 176
norminal ratio 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 80 100 100 120 160 200
0.2kw output shaft  Ø18 Ø22 Ø28
n2* (r/min) 282 138 92 70 56 45 35 29 23 18 14 13 12 8 7
M2(Nm) 50hz 6.5 12.6 19.1 26.3 32.6 38.9 50.4 63 75.6 100.8 103.9 125.4 150 200.4 250.7
60hz 5.4 10.5 16.6 21.9 27.1 32.4 42 52.5 63 84 86.6 104.5 125 167 208.9
Fr1(N) 588 882 980 1180 1270 1760 1860 1960 2160 2450 2450 2840 3330 3430 3430
Fr2(N) 196
norminal ratio 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 80 100 100 120 160 200
0.4kw output shaft  Ø22 Ø28 Ø32
n2* (r/min) 288 144 92 72 58 47 36 29 24 18 14 14 12 9 7
M2(Nm) 50hz 12.9 25 38.6 51.4 65.4 78.2 100.7 125.4 150 200.4 206.8 250.7 301.1 400.7 461.8
60hz 10.7 20.8 32.1 42.9 54.5 65.2 83.9 104.5 125 167 172.3 208.9 250.9 333.9 384.8
Fr1(N) 882 1180 1370 1470 1670 2550 2840 3140 3430 3430 3430 4900 5880 5880 5880
Fr2(N) 245
norminal ratio 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 80 100 100 120 160 200
0.75kw output shaft  Ø28 Ø32 Ø40
n2* (r/min) 278 140 94 69 58 46 35 29 24 18 14 14 11 9 7
M2(Nm) 50hz 24.6 48.2 72.9 97.5 122.1 145.7 187.5 235.7 282.9 376.1 387.9 439 527 703 764
60hz 20.5 40.2 60.7 81.3 201.8 121.4 156.3 196.4 235.7 313.4 323.2 366 439 585 732
Fr1(N) 1270 1760 2160 2350 2450 4571 4210 4610 5490 5880 5880 7060 7060 7060 7060
Fr2(N) 294
norminal ratio 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 80 100 100 120 160 200
1.5kw output shaft  Ø32 Ø40 Ø50
n2* (r/min) 280 140 93 70 55 47 34 27 24 17 14 13 12 8 7
M2(Nm) 50hz 48.2 97.5 145.7 193.9 242.1 272 351 439 527 703 724 878 1060 1230 1230
60hz 40.2 81.3 121.4 161.6 201.8 226 293 366 439 585 603 732 878 1170 1230
Fr1(N) 1760 2450 2840 3230 3820 5100 5880 7060 7060 7060 7060 9800 9800 9800 9800
Fr2(N) 343
norminal ratio 5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 80 100        
2.2kw output shaft  Ø40 Ø50  
n2* (r/min) 272 136 95 68 54 45 36 28 24 18 14        
M2(Nm) 50hz 67 133 200 266 332 399 515 644 773 1571 1230        
60hz 56 111 167 221 277 332 429 537 644 858 1080        
Fr1(N) 2160 3140 3530 4571 4700 6960 7250 8620 9800 9800 9800        
Fr2(N) 392

 

G3FM: THREE PHASE GEAR MOTOR WITH FLANGE                                                                                       (n1=1400r/min)
Power kw output shaft ratio A F I J M O O1 P Q R S T U W X Y Y1
standard brake
0.1kw  Ø18 5–30-40-50 236 270 192.5 11 16.5 170 4 10 30 145 35 18 20.5 129 6 157 80 81
 Ø22 -160-200 262 296 197.5 11 19 185 4 12 40 148 47 22 24.5 129 6 171.5 89.5 83.5
0.2kw  Ø18 5- 267 270 192.5 11 16.5 170 4 10 30 145 35 18 20.5 129 6 161 80 81
 Ø22 -80-100 293 296 197.5 11 19 185 4 12 40 148 47 22 24.5 129 6 171.5 89.5 83.5
 Ø28 306 309.5 208.5 11 23.5 215 4 15 45 170 50 28 31 129 8 198.5 105.5 88
0.4kw  Ø22 5- 314 324.5 204 11 19 185 4 12 40 148 47 22 24.5 139 6 171.5 89.5 88.5
 Ø28 -80-100 330 337.5 215 11 23.5 215 4 15 45 170 50 28 31 139 8 198.5 105.5 93
 Ø32 349 357 229.5 13 28.5 250 4 15 55 180 60 32 35 139 10 234 126 98
0.75kw  Ø28 5- 350.5 343.5 227.5 11 23.5 215 4 15 45 170 50 28 31 159 8 198.5 105.5 103
 Ø32 -80-100 379.5 387 242 13 28.5 250 4 15 55 180 60 32 35 159 10 234 126 108
 Ø40 401.5 408.5 270 18 34 310 5 18 65 230 71 40 43 185 12 284 149 126.5
1.5kw  Ø32 5- 420.5 441 254 13 28.5 250 5 15 55 180 60 32 35 185 10 234 126 121
 Ø40 -80-100 457.5 478 270 18 34 310 5 18 65 230 71 40 43 185 12 284 149 126.5
 Ø50 485.5 506 300 22 40 360 5 25 75 270 83 50 53.5 185 14 325 173.5 132.5
2.2kw  Ø40 5- 466.5 487 270 18 34 310 5 18 65 230 71 40 43 185 12 284 149 126.5
 Ø50 -80-100 510.5 531 300 22 40 360 5 25 75 270 83 50 53.5 185 14 325 173.5 132.5

 

G3LM: THREE PHASE GEAR MOTOR WITH FOOT                                                                                                               (n1=1400r/min)
Power kw output shaft ratio A D E F J G H K P S T   U  V W   X  Y   Y1       
standard brake
0.1kw  Ø18 5–30-40-50 236 270 40 110 135 16.5 65 9 45 30 18 20.5 129 183 6 133 85 10
 Ø22 -160-200 262 296 65 130 155 19 90 11 55 40 22 24.5 129 193 6 139.5 90 12
0.2kw  Ø18 5- 267 270 40 110 135 16.5 65 9 45 30 18 20.5 129 183 6 133 85 10
 Ø22 -80-100 293 296 65 130 155 19 90 11 55 40 22 24.5 129 193 6 139.5 90 12
 Ø28 306 309.5 90 140 175 23.5 125 11 65 45 28 31 129 203 8 170 110 15
0.4kw  Ø22 5- 314 324.5 65 130 155 19 90 11 55 40 22 24.5 139 199.5 6 141.5 90 12
 Ø28 -80-100 330 337.5 90 140 175 23.5 125 11 65 45 28 31 139 210 8 170 110 15
 Ø32 349 357 130 170 208 28.5 170 13 70 55 32 35 139 226 10 198 130 18
0.75kw  Ø28 5- 350.5 343.5 90 140 175 23.5 125 11 65 45 28 31 159 222 8 170 110 15
 Ø32 -80-100 379.5 387 130 170 208 28.5 170 13 70 55 32 35 159 238.5 10 198 130 18
 Ø40 401.5 408.5 150 210 254 34 196 15 90 65 40 43 185 249 12 230 150 20
1.5kw  Ø32 5- 420.5 441 130 170 208 28.5 170 13 70 55 32 35 185 250.5 10 198 130 18
 Ø40 -80-100 457.5 478 150 210 254 34 196 15 90 65 40 43 185 260 12 230 150 20
 Ø50 485.5 506 160 230 290 40 210 18 100 75 50 53.5 185 288 14 265 170 25
2.2kw  Ø40 5- 466.5 487 150 210 254 34 196 15 90 65 40 43 185 260 12 230 150 20
 Ø50 -80-100 510.5 531 160 230 290 40 210 18 100 75 50 53.5 185 288 14 265 170 25

Outline and mounting dimension:
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Application: Motor
Function: Speed Reduction
Layout: Coaxial
Hardness: Hardened Tooth Surface
Installation: Vertical Type
Step: Single-Step
Customization:
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What are the maintenance requirements for gear motors, and how can longevity be maximized?

Gear motors, like any mechanical system, require regular maintenance to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Proper maintenance practices help prevent failures, minimize downtime, and extend the lifespan of gear motors. Here are some maintenance requirements for gear motors and ways to maximize their longevity:

1. Lubrication:

Regular lubrication is essential for gear motors to reduce friction, wear, and heat generation. The gears, bearings, and other moving parts should be properly lubricated according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Lubricants should be selected based on the motor’s specifications and operating conditions. Regular inspection and replenishment of lubricants, as well as periodic oil or grease changes, should be performed to maintain optimal lubrication levels and ensure long-lasting performance.

2. Inspection and Cleaning:

Regular inspection and cleaning of gear motors are crucial for identifying any signs of wear, damage, or contamination. Inspecting the gears, bearings, shafts, and connections can help detect any abnormalities or misalignments. Cleaning the motor’s exterior and ventilation channels to remove dust, debris, or moisture buildup is also important in preventing malfunctions and maintaining proper cooling. Any loose or damaged components should be repaired or replaced promptly.

3. Temperature and Environmental Considerations:

Monitoring and controlling the temperature and environmental conditions surrounding gear motors can significantly impact their longevity. Excessive heat can degrade lubricants, damage insulation, and lead to premature component failure. Ensuring proper ventilation, heat dissipation, and avoiding overloading the motor can help manage temperature effectively. Similarly, protecting gear motors from moisture, dust, chemicals, and other environmental contaminants is vital to prevent corrosion and damage.

4. Load Monitoring and Optimization:

Monitoring and optimizing the load placed on gear motors can contribute to their longevity. Operating gear motors within their specified load and speed ranges helps prevent excessive stress, overheating, and premature wear. Avoiding sudden and frequent acceleration or deceleration, as well as preventing overloading or continuous operation near the motor’s maximum capacity, can extend its lifespan.

5. Alignment and Vibration Analysis:

Proper alignment of gear motor components, such as gears, couplings, and shafts, is crucial for smooth and efficient operation. Misalignment can lead to increased friction, noise, and premature wear. Regularly checking and adjusting alignment, as well as performing vibration analysis, can help identify any misalignment or excessive vibration that may indicate underlying issues. Addressing alignment and vibration problems promptly can prevent further damage and maximize the motor’s longevity.

6. Preventive Maintenance and Regular Inspections:

Implementing a preventive maintenance program is essential for gear motors. This includes establishing a schedule for routine inspections, lubrication, and cleaning, as well as conducting periodic performance tests and measurements. Following the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations for maintenance tasks, such as belt tension checks, bearing replacements, or gear inspections, can help identify and address potential issues before they escalate into major failures.

By adhering to these maintenance requirements and best practices, the longevity of gear motors can be maximized. Regular maintenance, proper lubrication, load optimization, temperature control, and timely repairs or replacements of worn components contribute to the reliable operation and extended lifespan of gear motors.

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Can gear motors be used for precise positioning, and if so, what features enable this?

Yes, gear motors can be used for precise positioning in various applications. The combination of gear mechanisms and motor control features enables gear motors to achieve accurate and repeatable positioning. Here’s a detailed explanation of the features that enable gear motors to be used for precise positioning:

1. Gear Reduction:

One of the key features of gear motors is their ability to provide gear reduction. Gear reduction refers to the process of reducing the output speed of the motor while increasing the torque. By using the appropriate gear ratio, gear motors can achieve finer control over the rotational movement, allowing for more precise positioning. The gear reduction mechanism enables the motor to rotate at a slower speed while maintaining higher torque, resulting in improved accuracy and control.

2. High Resolution Encoders:

Many gear motors are equipped with high-resolution encoders. An encoder is a device that measures the position and speed of the motor shaft. High-resolution encoders provide precise feedback on the motor’s rotational position, allowing for accurate position control. The encoder signals are used in conjunction with motor control algorithms to ensure precise positioning by monitoring and adjusting the motor’s movement in real-time. The use of high-resolution encoders greatly enhances the gear motor’s ability to achieve precise and repeatable positioning.

3. Closed-Loop Control:

Gear motors with closed-loop control systems offer enhanced positioning capabilities. Closed-loop control involves continuously comparing the actual motor position (as measured by the encoder) with the desired position and making adjustments to minimize any position error. The closed-loop control system uses feedback from the encoder to adjust the motor’s speed, direction, and torque, ensuring accurate positioning even in the presence of external disturbances or variations in the load. Closed-loop control enables gear motors to actively correct for position errors and maintain precise positioning over time.

4. Stepper Motors:

Stepper motors are a type of gear motor that provides excellent precision and control for positioning applications. Stepper motors operate by converting electrical pulses into incremental steps of movement. Each step corresponds to a specific angular displacement, allowing precise positioning control. Stepper motors offer high step resolution, allowing for fine position adjustments. They are commonly used in applications that require precise positioning, such as robotics, 3D printers, and CNC machines.

5. Servo Motors:

Servo motors are another type of gear motor that excels in precise positioning tasks. Servo motors combine a motor, a feedback device (such as an encoder), and a closed-loop control system. They offer high torque, high speed, and excellent positional accuracy. Servo motors are capable of dynamically adjusting their speed and torque to maintain the desired position accurately. They are widely used in applications that require precise and responsive positioning, such as industrial automation, robotics, and camera pan-tilt systems.

6. Motion Control Algorithms:

Advanced motion control algorithms play a crucial role in enabling gear motors to achieve precise positioning. These algorithms, implemented in motor control systems or dedicated motion controllers, optimize the motor’s behavior to ensure accurate positioning. They take into account factors such as acceleration, deceleration, velocity profiling, and jerk control to achieve smooth and precise movements. Motion control algorithms enhance the gear motor’s ability to start, stop, and position accurately, reducing position errors and overshoot.

By leveraging gear reduction, high-resolution encoders, closed-loop control, stepper motors, servo motors, and motion control algorithms, gear motors can be effectively used for precise positioning in various applications. These features enable gear motors to achieve accurate and repeatable positioning, making them suitable for tasks that require precise control and reliable positioning performance.

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What are the different types of gears used in gear motors, and how do they impact performance?

Various types of gears are used in gear motors, each with its unique characteristics and impact on performance. The choice of gear type depends on the specific requirements of the application, including torque, speed, efficiency, noise level, and space constraints. Here’s a detailed explanation of the different types of gears used in gear motors and their impact on performance:

1. Spur Gears:

Spur gears are the most common type of gears used in gear motors. They have straight teeth that are parallel to the gear’s axis and mesh with another spur gear to transmit power. Spur gears provide high efficiency, reliable operation, and cost-effectiveness. However, they can generate significant noise due to the meshing of teeth, and they may produce axial thrust forces. Spur gears are suitable for applications that require high torque transmission and moderate to high rotational speeds.

2. Helical Gears:

Helical gears have angled teeth that are cut at an angle to the gear’s axis. This helical tooth configuration enables gradual engagement and smoother tooth contact, resulting in reduced noise and vibration compared to spur gears. Helical gears provide higher load-carrying capacity and are suitable for applications that require high torque transmission and moderate to high rotational speeds. They are commonly used in gear motors where low noise operation is desired, such as in automotive applications and industrial machinery.

3. Bevel Gears:

Bevel gears have teeth that are cut on a conical surface. They are used to transmit power between intersecting shafts, usually at right angles. Bevel gears can have straight teeth (straight bevel gears) or curved teeth (spiral bevel gears). These gears provide efficient power transmission and precise motion control in applications where shafts need to change direction. Bevel gears are commonly used in gear motors for applications such as steering systems, machine tools, and printing presses.

4. Worm Gears:

Worm gears consist of a worm (a type of screw) and a mating gear called a worm wheel or worm gear. The worm has a helical thread that meshes with the worm wheel, resulting in a compact and high gear reduction ratio. Worm gears provide high torque transmission, low noise operation, and self-locking properties, which prevent reverse motion. They are commonly used in gear motors for applications that require high gear reduction and locking capabilities, such as in lifting mechanisms, conveyor systems, and machine tools.

5. Planetary Gears:

Planetary gears, also known as epicyclic gears, consist of a central sun gear, multiple planet gears, and an outer ring gear. The planet gears mesh with both the sun gear and the ring gear, creating a compact and efficient gear system. Planetary gears offer high torque transmission, high gear reduction ratios, and excellent load distribution. They are commonly used in gear motors for applications that require high torque and compact size, such as in robotics, automotive transmissions, and industrial machinery.

6. Rack and Pinion:

Rack and pinion gears consist of a linear rack (a straight toothed bar) and a pinion gear (a spur gear with a small diameter). The pinion gear meshes with the rack to convert rotary motion into linear motion or vice versa. Rack and pinion gears provide precise linear motion control and are commonly used in gear motors for applications such as linear actuators, CNC machines, and steering systems.

The choice of gear type in a gear motor depends on factors such as the desired torque, speed, efficiency, noise level, and space constraints. Each type of gear offers specific advantages and impacts the performance of the gear motor differently. By selecting the appropriate gear type, gear motors can be optimized for their intended applications, ensuring efficient and reliable power transmission.

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editor by CX 2024-03-28