Technical Description of Assembly Exercise: Spur Gear
Gears transmit rotational movements. They adapt the torques and speeds of a consumer drive according to demand. The spur gear unit with helical gear wheels. The gear is single-stage, and has a fixed transmission ratio (fixed gear unit). It is a standalone gear unit, i.e. a self-contained transmission in its own gear case. Self-contained gear units are usually arranged between the motor and the machine, or are used as installation kits in machines. By contrast, open-running gear wheel pairs forming part of a machine are termed non-self-contained gears. Helical gear wheels run more smoothly and quietly than spur toothed gears because the gear teeth intermesh gradually and multiple teeth are engaged. They are suitable for higher speeds, and can withstand greater loading than comparable spur toothed gears.
Specification of Assembly Exercise: Spur Gear
Technical Data of Assembly Exercise: Spur Gear
Gear unit dimensions without shaft couplings
Dimensions and Weight of Assembly Exercise: Spur Gear