Gear wheels driving for conveyor tapes
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We have wide scale frictional finger-shaped and driving a gear wheel for the drive on a tape or on rods.
Gear wheels are classified on I 4-eat to categories depending on a way of the drive:
Types of the drive:
Profile of a tension tape
Driving gear wheel
flat / gear
|HS - RT - Z
FRD - HS - KW
All driving gear wheels are made of cast iron and consist of two parts thanks to what they easily adapt to a shaft and fasten on a nave by means of bolts (see the table in the catalog).
Driving gear wheels, two-piece, are not interchangeable. It is impossible to replace one part of a gear wheel without replacement of other its part.
In a standard complete set driving gear wheels are delivered with a landing nest and with a spline according to the established sizes. However under the order it is possible to make splines of the different sizes. In that case gear wheels are made with the admission of a clip and are established on a nave by means of screws.
According to the application clients we can make on a gear wheel nave 1 or 2 additional openings for the best fixing on driving to a shaft.
The minimum and maximum sizes of naves and landing nests are specified in the table of the catalog.
Driving gear wheels, HS type:
Teeths of the drive get between rods and move them on a gear wheel in tension tapes. Basic teeths provide the drive on which the tension tape is located, and also guarantee the accuracy of a step and the correct provision of a rod on gear wheel tooth.
Driving gear wheels, TV type 3:
Designation 3 TV specifies that these gear wheels are intended especially for the drive of conveyor tapes which rods have a bend up. These gear wheels compensate a difference in the provision of rods.
The designation HS - RT - Z indicates a way of the drive.
Driving gear wheels, RT type:
This type of a gear wheel corresponds a driving gear wheel like HS.The basic teeths forming the drive as the HS model were replaced with a smooth surface which supports a tape and provides step accuracy thanks to the lattice interfering hit of the earth on a gear wheel surface.