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New PFHE flange planetary gearboxes

03.02.2020

Nowe przekładnie planetarne kołnierzowe PFHE

The latest PFH planetary gearbox E is an attractive alternative to applications with high radial loads.

It has two special angular cylindrical roller bearings, preloaded. They can transfer considerable forces despite their compact design. The output flange may be subject to radial forces up to 5100 N as in the case of a rack or pulley application.

Easy connection to the output flange allows a mechanical interface (without a dowel hole) that is standardized according to EN ISO 9409-1, so that the gearbox can be integrated very quickly and easily. The input flange can be individually adapted to the respective engine.

The gear output seal meets the requirements of protection class IP65. Dust and water jet do not affect their functionality, which means that the gearbox is also suitable for use in adverse environmental conditions. PFHE works maintenance-free due to lifetime lubrication.

PFHE gearboxes extend the range of gearboxes planetary from the economic line, providing all the advantages of the well-known and proven product line, which represents durable and strong standard gearboxes with an excellent price-performance ratio. The new model is available in three sizes with a diameter of 64, 90 and 110 mm, in one- and two-stage versions. Gear ratios are available in the range from 3: 1 to 100: 1. The PFHE series combines the extremely compact design of the existing PLFE series and the possibility of loading with higher forces on the output flange.

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