Hydraulic transmission replaces motors

Replacing an existing one-speed motor allows it to operate limited-speed machinery anywhere from 0-800 rpm in either direction. The 3459 in.
By Staff March 1, 2000

Replacing an existing one-speed motor allows it to operate limited-speed machinery anywhere from 0-800 rpm in either direction. The 3459 in.-lb of torque permits the operator to instantly speed up, slow down, stop, soft start, and reverse loads continuously. The transmission is a self-contained, split drive system that simplifies installation, since only the compact hydraulic is mounted to the machinery.

Roberts Electric Co.

Circle 389