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What You Need to know about Gear Reduction Motors

Different machines need different input speeds. For machinery to get their appropriate input speed, some kind of speed reduction technique is required. These speed reduction methods are accomplished by use of gear reduction motors, sheaves, v-belts, and chain drives. However, gear reduction motors are mostly used when it comes to speed reduction techniques.
Gear reduction motors are available in various types to meet the speed required for different machines both in driving as well as mounting methods. These comprise of shaft-mount styles, parallel shaft reducers as well as right-angle reducers. When combined with speed motors in the gearbox, they form a gear motor unit. In addition, they use gears to moderate the speed of electric motors by reducing the torque or rotating force at the flywheel. 
                                                                                                        


Power:
Unlike direct drive motors, gear reduction motors use less electrical power to move the car’s engine. They are designed to bear higher current, as a result, they require less current from your car’s battery.

Weight:
Gear reduction motors are smaller in size and lighter in weight. It doesn’t require a large space when replacing it with another gear reduction model, thus making the installation process much easier and may help in improving the resistance of heat in the solenoid.

Maintenance:
Gear reduction motors have a higher torque, but the internal wear is usually less because they use bearings. Hence, they are not subjected to worn or misaligned bushings which are major causes of slow cranking of engines.

Cost:
Gear reduction motors are relatively inexpensive. However, they may require extra costs for obtaining a magnetic switch which is installed in the solenoid. Switches are usually required since there is the high current draw when the ring gear engages the pinion gear.

Speed:
In most cases, gear reduction motors tend to be slower at the flywheel. However, since their torque is usually higher, their speed is relatively higher when pistons are at compression stroke. This is why gear reduction motors are suitable for high-compression engines such as diesel engines.

The Bottom Line:
Before purchasing a gear reduction motors, there are some important factors you should consider. These include the operating life and durability. However, determining what the exact operating life of a gear reduction motor will be is usually difficult. But presumably, proper maintenance accompanied by choosing the appropriate reducer will have a positive impact in operating conditions. Selecting a larger gear reduction motor than the smaller ones is also a great step if you want to ensure your system operates effectively in critical conditions.


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