Gearboxes

IronHorse worm gearboxes change drive direction by 90 degrees and are mountable in any direction, except motor-pointing-up. The gearboxes feature a C-flange input and carbon steel shaft – either right-hand or dual-shaft output. Applications include electric motors for reducing output speed, ichanging drive direction or running two loads from one motor.
By Plant Engineering Staff July 15, 2008

IronHorse worm gearboxes change drive direction by 90 degrees and are mountable in any direction, except motor-pointing-up. The gearboxes feature a C-flange input and carbon steel shaft %%MDASSML%% either right-hand or dual-shaft output. Applications include electric motors for reducing output speed, ichanging drive direction or running two loads from one motor.

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