■ Zero backlash
■ Integration of high capacity radial-axial bearings into the reduction gear
■ Almost 100% increase of the rated torque
■ More than 90% transmission efficiency by rated torque
■ Large scale of reduction ratio (31-191)
■ High precision performance
■ High linearity of the torsion characteristics
■ Elimination of the gliding friction from the reduction mechanism
■ Very low level of noise and vibration
■ Very simple construction
■ Decreased external dimensions
■ High reliability
■ Long service life
We would recommend to exchange the grease. Type of grease should be stated on label placed on reducer housing.
Being a very old business case/shipment we cannot find the data in our archive.
The lubricant exchange is performed by filling holes in the reducer case.
Procedure for Lubricant Exchange
■ If reducer is completely sealed dismantle adapter motor flange on reducer input side and sealing cap on reducers output flange
■ Remove the screws from the filling holes
■ Use one of the holes for filling the grease, the second one is for venting
■ Press a new grease into reducer. The old grease should go out through free space around input shaft
■ The lubricant exchange is performed at slow input speed of the input reducer`s shaft.
Fill the grease until you will see that only new grease is going out (new grease will have brighter colour).
■ At this moment 100% of inside space is filled with grease. However only 80% of the space must be filled with grease. Therefore it is necessary neither to pump out 20% of the grease, or create additional 20% of the volume as free space between reducer and motor flange