Gear reducer

The motorized TORQUE-ARM II right-angle, C-face, shaft-mounted speed reducer comes equipped with twin-tapered bushings. It’s designed to provide a sturdy, concentric grip of the driven shaft on both sides of the reducer, eliminating wobble and fretting corrosion that can typically occur with single-bushed, shaft-mounted reducers.

By Plant Engineering Staff November 15, 2007

The motorized TORQUE-ARM II right-angle, C-face, shaft-mounted speed reducer comes equipped with twin-tapered bushings. It’s designed to provide a sturdy, concentric grip of the driven shaft on both sides of the reducer, eliminating wobble and fretting corrosion that can typically occur with single-bushed, shaft-mounted reducers. The unit mounts in multiple positions, and its two motor speeds and multiple gear ratios provide a range of output speeds. Applications include automotive, petro/chem, food, HVAC and a variety of other industries.

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