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DRIVE TECHNOLOGY Z1

DRIVE

TECHNOLOGY

Z1

Electric Motors

Three - phase Electric Motors

Single - phase Electric Motors

Motors of Welded Construction

DC - Electric Motors

EEx - Electric Motors

Special Electric Motors

Generators and Converters

Gearunits and Gearmotors

Helical Gearmotors

Helical Shaft Mounted Gearmotors

Worm Gearmotors

Variable Speed Drives

Special Gear Units

Electronics, Regulation and Automatic Control

Power Electronics

- semi - conductive rpm regulators for DC motors

- semi - conductive rpm regulators for AC motors

- devices for smooth motor starting

- other special - purpose power electronic devices

Process Electronics and Automation

- electronic relays

- freely programmable devices

- special - purpose microprocessor control devices

Low - Voltage and Medium Voltage Control Units and Devices

- All - purpose low voltage control - distribution cabinets

- special - purpose low voltage control - distribution cabinets

- automatic starters

- medium - voltage motorstart cubicles

Other Programmes

Pumps and Pump Systems

Household Appliances

Overhaul and Service

Process Equipment

Irrigation Equipment

El. Power Units

Engineering

CONTENTS Z2

CONTENTS

Z2

GEARUNITS AND GEARMOTORS

 

Page

Z3

HELICAL AND HELICAL SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Introduction Technical Execution Power, Torque and Speed Efficiency Gearunit Weight Modular System Designation Enquiru and Order Data Sheet Drive Selection Lubrication Mounting Position General Notes Appertaining to the Dimension Sheets Instructions for Installation, operation & Maintenance Delivery and Storage Installation Assembly and Disassembly Vibrations Starting Maintenance Spare Parts

…….…

Z4

Z4

 

Z4

Z4

Z4, Z12

Z5

Z5

Z6

Z7-Z9

Z10

Z11

Z13

Z14

Z14

Z14

Z14

Z14

Z15

Z15

Z15

HELICAL GEARMOTORS

Selection Tables Dimensions Sheets

Z17-Z23

Z30-Z37

HELICAL GEAR UNITS

Selection Tables Dimensions Sheets

Z24-Z26

Z38-Z39

DOUBLE HELICAL GEARMOTORS

Description

Z27

Selection

Z27-Z29

HELICAL SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Selection Tables Dimensions Sheets

Z41-Z42

Z45-Z46

HELICAL SHAFT MOUNTED GEAR UNITS

Selection Tables Dimensions Sheets Torque Arm

Z43

Z47-Z48

 

Z49

DOUBLE SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Description

Z44

Selection

Z44

ELECTRIC MOTORS

Introduction Technical Description

Z51

Z51-Z53

EC - Directives

Z55

LIST OF SPARE PRATS

Z56-Z57

GEARUNITS AND GEARMOTORS Z3

GEARUNITS AND GEARMOTORS

Z3

HELICAL GEARMOTORS

P = 0,12 - 160 kW

n 2 = 0.1 - 900 min -1

T 2 25000 Nm

- 160 kW n 2 = 0.1 - 900 min - 1 T 2 ≤ 25000

HELICAL SHAFT MOUNTED

GEARMOTORS

P = 0,12 - 15 kW

n 2 = 0.1 - 280 min -1

T 2

1800 Nm

0,12 - 15 kW n 2 = 0.1 - 280 min - 1 T 2 ≤

HELICAL GEAR-WORM

GEARMOTORS

P = 0,12 - 30 kW

n 2 = 0,1 - 200 min -1

T 2 4000 Nm

- 30 kW n 2 = 0,1 - 200 min - 1 T 2 ≤ 4000
P = 0,12 - 15 kW VARIABLE SPEED n 2 = 450 - 3550 min
P = 0,12 - 15 kW
VARIABLE SPEED
n 2 = 450 - 3550 min -1
DRIVES
R = 1:4, 1:6, 1:8

SPECIAL GEAR UNITS

Both modifying the existing gearunits and the new technical solutions - on

request

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z4

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z4

Introduction

Helical and helical-shaft mounted gearmotors based on modular assembly system enable the optimal solutions for numerous drives of low speed operating machines which cannot be resolved any more using an electric motor. Modular system enables a great deal of gear alternatives with a minimum of both standard and type components and assemblies the system consists of. All of these gearunits are standardly produced and supplied as helical, helical-shaft mounted or - in combination with el.motors or input assemblies. The gears are distinguished by their simple coupling possibilities with electric motors as gear motors which enable a good alignement of the electric motor shaft and first gear shaft providing a long-lasting and reliable functioning of the gearunits. There is no need for the motor foundation and the compactness is also better. The electrical characteristics of the electric motors intended for gears which are used at motor gears are identical with standard IEC electric motors intended for industrial purposes. Their mechanical characteristics slightly differ from standard IEC electric motors as far as their flange and shaft end coupling dimensions and reinforced bearings are concerned. There is a possibility of mounting IEC motors with a special adapter for IEC motors (up to 200 mm shaft height, I.E. up to 30 kW) with an elastic coupling incorporated. The gearunits can also be supplied without electric motors as motorless gearunits if the subassembly B, BT is fitted to the input side of both helical or shaft-mounted gearunits.

Technical Execution

The gearunitshousings are made of grey iron, they are mechanically and thermally stable and can reduce the vibrations. Their construction is meant for continuous duty. They are determined by the max. output torque. There are two types of executions of the housings: with or without feet. The gears are made of alloyed steel by turning and milling (planing, if necessary). The desired characteristics are obtained by thermal processing and grinding of the surfaces. Cautious manufacturing and permanent control assure high quality and reliability of different stages of transmission (according to standard series R20/3). The gear shafts are produced of plain refined steel distinguished by the best characteristics as to hardness, rigidity and tenacity. The bearings are roller bearings that make the assembly more simple and assure high carrying capacity. Lubrication by splashing oil creates the oil film between the teeth in contact eliminating the metal contact. Besides that, lubricating oil leads the thermal losses onto the housing and protects from corrosion in working and stand-still condition of the gearunit. Tightening, as a very important element when the driving security is concerned, is done by means of both high quality shaft tighteners and tightening caps which prevent the oil leakage and the penetration of the dust into the gearunit. Colouring and antirust protection is standardly performed with a basic colour onto which a finishing layer of RAL 7001 GREY colour is painted. The processed surfaces are protected with a thin antirust coating. It is possible to request some other kind of colouring and protection.

Power, Torque and Speed

Values of output power greaded acording to ISO 497/73 and torque values from selection tables refer to the standard execution, standard ambiental conditions and also standard lubrication of gearunits and motor gears. Motor output values given in tables are just orientational ones. In every single case of application the crucial parameter is the output torque at requested output r.p.m. The output r.p.m. values given in tables for the selection of the gearunits are rounded off to the standard values according to R20 series. The real r.p.m. value is attainable from motor rated r.p.m. and gear ratio, and depends on real loading and changes of the network tension.

Efficiency

The efficiency is defined mainly by rolling losses of teeth and bedding of the bearings. Depending on the number of stages of the gearunit the efficiency of the basic gearunit is between 94 and 98%. In case of a combination of basic and additional gearunit the efficiency is between 85-92%.

Gear Unit Weight

Since the oil quantity depends on mounting position the gearunit masses given in the tables refer to the motor and motorless gearunits without oil filling. The oil masses are given in another table.

Modular System

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z5

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z5

Base Double Gearunit Additional Input Assembly Induction Motor Inverter Possible Combinations X X X X
Base
Double Gearunit
Additional
Input Assembly
Induction Motor
Inverter
Possible Combinations
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Designation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
71-415
- Gear Unit Size (shaftheight)
S
- Helical Gear Unit with Foot
P
- P3
- Helical Gear Unit with Flange
SP2
- Helical Gear Unit with Foot and Flange
M
- Helical Gear Unit Agitator
N
- Hollow Shaft Mounted Gear Unit
NP
- Shaft Mounted Gear Unit Flanged
1, 2, 3
- Number of Gear Stages
90-180
- Add. Gear Unit Size
2,3
- Gear Stages Number of the Additional Gearunit
B
- Input Unit with Input Shaft
BT
- Input Unit with Motor Mounting Platform
A6-A20
- IEC/B5 Adapter
ZK
- Three Phase Motor
KZK
- Three Phase Brake Motor
ZKR
- Three Phase Geared Motor
KZKR
- Three Phase Geared Brake Motor
63A-4 - 315 Md-4
- Motor Size and Number of Poles
Enquiry-and Order Data Sheet 1)
Designation / Quantity
/
pcs
HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z6

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z6

Power

P

kW

P max

kW

P min

kW

 

Output Speed

n 2

r.m.p.

n 2max

r.m.p.

n 2min

2)

   

r.p.m.

Output Torque 3)

T 2

Nm

T 2max

Nm

T 2min

Nm

 

Input Speed 3)

n 1

r.m.p.

n 1max

r.m.p.

n 1min

   

r.m.p.

Ratio 3)

   

i

 
 

Radial Load

Output Shaft

N

Input Shaft

N

 

Axial Load

Output Shaft

N

Input Shaft

N

 

Service Factor

 

f B

Working Machine Inertia Moment

 

kgm

2

Number of Starts / hour

 

1/h

Daily Running Time / hours

 

h

Duty Type of Motors According to EN60034/IEC34

 

S/

 

%ED

Ambient Temperature (stand.: -20 +40 o C)

 

o C

Enclosures (stand.: IP54)

 

IM

Voltage

Motor

V

Brake

V

Frequency

Hz

Motor Connection:

Connection of Windings

 
 

/

Brake Torque (stand.: tabeled)

 

Nm

Mounting Position

Shaft / Hollow Shaft

 

mm

Flange

 

mm

Paint finish (Stand. RAL 7001-GREY)

Special paint finishRAL

Packaging :

(Tick a desired combination):

- individually on palette

- overseas

- transport unit

- container

- truck

-

Further Tehnical Details:

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z7

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z7

1) Data emphasized are obligatory when ordering 2) At two speed motors, variatorsand regulatorsappliance 3) For motorless gearunits

Drive Selection

The following metodology refers to gearmotors and motorless gears.

Drive Selection by Service Factor Determination

In order to make a correct selection it is necessary to have all the information cencerning the drive conditions, i.e. mechanical and thermal loadings provoked by the working machine, working regime and ambiental conditions. The precise determination of all of the important factors requires detailed calculations. The most important of those factors are:

Type of loading and type of the working machine

Acceleration of the masses

Number of startings per hour

Daily operating time of the gearunit

In order to make the selection of the gearunits easier we usually use, the so called, service factor summing up all the mentioned, important factors. By means of the service factor the drive selection is chosen according to the following condition:

f BM f B , I.E.

T 2 =9550 P

n 2

, and f B =

T

max

T

2

T max - Max. torque certain size of gearunit is capable of transmitting /Nm/ T 2 - Output torque /Nm/ f BM - Necessary service factor of driven machine f B - Gearunit service factor P - Electric motor output power, i.e. gearunit input power /kW/

n 2 - Gearunit output r.p.m /min

-1

/

f BM , Driving Machine Necessary Service Factor Determination

Load

Permiss.mass-

 

Type of load and Driven Machine

Starts

Daily operation in hours

classifi

acceleration

per

 

f

B

cation

factor

hours

4h

8h

16h

24h

   

Uniform load, Easy starting, small masses to be accelerated, smooth operation. Fans, centrifugal pumps, mixers for low density fluids,

< 10

0,8

1,0

 

1,1

1,2

< 100

1,0

1,1

1,2

1,3

I

f a

0,25

drilling machines, light conveyor belts, small weight cranes, bottle filling machines, moving screens, small worm conveyor belts, elevators, stirrers and mixers for materials with low viscosity

< 200

1,1

1,2

1,3

1,4

 

> 200

   

Moderate shock load, starting with moderate load, medium size masses to be accelerated, uneven operation conditions.

< 10

1,0

1,1

 

1,2

1,3

II

f a 3

Mixers and agitators with variable density ( fans used in mines, helical gear pumps, mashers, winches, sliding doors, unevenly loaded conveyor belts, heavy- duty elevators, rotating furnaces, tanning tubs, brick presses, turning devices, roller mills, cranes).

< 100

1,1

1,2

1,3

1,4

< 200

1,3

1,4

1,5

1,6

> 200

   

Heavy shock load, starting with heavy loads, larger masses to be accelerated, uneven operation

< 10

1,2

1,4

 

1,5

1,6

III

f a 10

conditions. Piston pumps, centrifuges, presses, cleaning drums, high density fluid mixers, aerators, cement mills, rolling mill equipment, brick presses.

< 100

1,3

1,5

1,6

1,7

< 200

1,5

1,6

1,7

1,8

>200

 

J m

All external inertia moments (recalculated to motor input)

- refer to factory

 

Mass acceleration factor fa =

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

J

Inertia moment of driving motor

 

The service factor defines the size of gearunit and not the power of the driving motor. The higher the service factor for the chosen gearunit is the lower is the loading of the gearunit i.e. its safety is higher.

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z8

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z8

Knowing the motor power value: P and also the output rpm n 2 and the torque T 2 you can choose such a type or size of the gearunit i.e. T max at which the service factor condition f BM f B is satisfied.

It is possible to choose a gearunit with a service factor f B < 1 in a case of quiet functioning and periodical duty (for example: S2-10min). At extreme working conditions of the driven machine (intensive shocks, usual reversing and braking, high ambiental temperature, high values of radial and axial forces, big masses to be accelerated, f a >10) necessary

service factor of the driven machine, f BM >1.8.

In both of the cases it is necessary to consult the factory.

Selection Testing on a Basis of External Forces

Helical Gearunit Helical - Shaft Mounted Gearunit F R1 x F F x F x
Helical Gearunit
Helical - Shaft Mounted Gearunit
F R1
x
F
F x
F x
F R
R
F R1
F A
F A

F

F

F

F

R

x

R1

A

- Permissible external radial load at the midpoint of the output shaft extension

- Permissible external radial load at the point x of the output shaft extension

- Permissible external radial load at the midpoint of the input shaft extension

- Permissible external radial load: F A 0,4 F R for solid shaft

F A F R for the hollow shaft with reinforced bearing bedding if F Rexact = 0

l - Output shaft extension length

x - Distance between the shaft support and the external radial load acting point

l 1

d - Output shaft diameter

d

a,b,y,c - Gearunit constants

- Input shaft extension length

- Input shaft diameter

1

The tables give the permissible radial forces at the midpoint of the output and input shafts, consisting of service factor, f B =1, i.e. applied at T max .

If the external radial force is acting on a distance x, permissible value of that force is being corrected by applying the following relations:

1.) Correction on a basis of the bearings working life

F

XL

=

F

R

y

c + x

[

N

]

2.) Correction on a basis of the shaft rigidity

F

XW

a 10 3

b + x

[

N

]

*

(* At helical - shaft mounted gearunits b=0)

The lower value of these two calculated values is the permissible external radial loading of the shaft.

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z9

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z9

Permissible Overhung Load

Helical Gearunits

 

Shaft

   

F R [N] for n 2

[min -1 ]

 

Constants

 

Type

extension

F

R1

   

d

I

 

<10

10-16

16-25

25-40

40-63

63-100

100-

160-

>250

a

b

y

c

[mm]

[mm]

[N]

160

250

[Nm]

[mm]

[mm]

[mm]

71

-1

17

35

400

               

1000

150

16

74

56,5

80

-1

20

40

500

               

1500

174

16,5

105,5

85,5

90

-1

30

60

1000

               

2000

396

18

134,5

104,5

100

-1

35

80

1400

               

3000

724

20

152

112

132

-1

45

90

2000

               

5000

1487

25

173

128

90

-2

25

50

400

4500

4000

4000

3000

3000

2000

1000

1000

1000

180

17

118

93

90

-3

115

-2

30

60

500

5000

5000

5000

4000

4000

3000

3000

3000

2000

304

19

143

113

115

-3

140

-2

40

80

1000

8000

8000

8000

8000

8000

6000

6000

5000

4000

618

20

173,5

133,5

140

-3

180

-2

50

100

1400

13000

13000

12000

11000

11000

10000

8000

7000

6000

1046

25

227,5

168,5

180

-3

225

-2

60

120

2000

18000

18000

18000

18000

16000

13000

10000

9000

8000

1750

25

264,5

199,5

225

-3

250

-2

70

140

4000

26100

26100

26100

21000

17000

15000

13000

12000

10000

3800

31

317,5

247,5

250

-3

315

-2

90

160

7000

67300

67300

67300

67300

66300

55200

41200

37100

35100

7000

35

374,5

294,5

315

-3

375

-2

120

200

9000

91400

91400

91400

91400

70300

70300

69300

65300

 

13350

35

482,5

382,5

375

-3

415

-2

140

250

12000

110500

106500

106500

100500

100500

93400

87400

   

25250

40

583

464

415

-3

Helical - Shaft Mounted Gearunits

 

Shaft

   

F R [N] for n 2

[min -1 ]

 

Constants

Type

 

extension

F

R1

   
 

d

I

 

<10

10-16

16-25

25-40

40-63

63-100

100-160

160-250

>250

a

y

c

[mm]

[mm]

[N]

[Nm]

[mm]

[mm]

90

-2

30

60

400

5600

5500

5500

4600

3600

3300

2800

2700

2500

170

110

80

90

-3

100

-2

40

70

500

8000

7500

7100

6500

6000

5300

4100

4000

3500

280

140

100

100

-3

112

-2

50

90

1000

10000

8000

7500

7000

6600

6500

6000

5500

5000

450

170

130

112

-3

132

-2

60

120

1400

20000

18000

17000

16500

16000

15000

13000

12800

12000

1200

200

150

132

-3

Determination of the Permissible Overhung Load at the Output Shaft Extension:

F Re xact

F

T

d 0

f z

Rexact

2

=

2 T

2

d

0

f

z

(N);

it is necessary to satisfy :

F

Re xact

- overhung load on the output shaft of the gearunit (N) - output torque (Nm) - diameter of the transmision element (m) - transmission element factor

F

X

Transmission element f z

Remark

- gear wheel

1,0

z > 17 teeth

- gear wheel

1,15

z <

17

teeth

- chain sprocket

1,0

 

z >

20 teeth 20 teeth 13 teeth influence of the tensile force influence of the tensile force

- chain sprocket

1,25

z <

- chain sprocket

1,4

z <

- V belt pulley

1,75

- flat belt pulley

2,5

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z10

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z10

Lubrication

Each gear unit leares the factory ready to be put into operation filled up with a standard lubricatnt for the specified mounting position, whereat the sound power level LWA and the vibration characteristics are in accordance with the existing norms.

Recommended lubrication

Utilization

Type of

Ambiental

ISO

 

Manufacturers*

 

lubricant

temperature

Viscosity

RAFFINERY

RAFFINERY

FAM -

SHELL

MOBIL

ELF

AGIP

o

C

class

BEOGRAD

NOVI SAD

KRU[EVAC

GEAR -

REDUCT-

   

0 +40

VG -

KOMP.

MEROPA

REDOL

OMALA

GEAR

ELF

BLASIA

HELICAL

MINERAL

220

ASP-220

220

PLUS 220

220

630

SP 220

200

- 15+25

VG -

KOMP.

MEROPA

REDOL

OMALA

GEAR

ELF

BLASIA

GEARUNITS

OILS

100

ASP- 100

100

PLUS 100

100

623

SP 100

100

- 30+10

VG -

68

KOMP.

MEROPA

REDOL

OMALA

D.T.E.11

ELF

BLASIA

 

ASP-68

68

PLUS 68

68

SP 68

68

GREASE

- 30+25

-

   

FOR PD - O

SIMNIA 0

EX 44

   

ALL TYPES

SYNTETIC

- 40+80

VG -

   

SYNTOL

TIVELA

GL4664

SYNTER-

 

OF

OILS

220

RL 32

WB

LE 30

MA P 30

GEARUNITS

BEARINGS

GREASE

- 20+60

-

LUMA 3

 

FORPD 3

ALVANIA

LUX 3

EPEX 3

 

3

* Or other reputable brand name equivalent

Average Quantity of Lubricants Helical Gearunits

litres

Type

LWA

 

Mounting Position

 

dB(A)

B3

B5

B6/B7

B8

V1

V3

V5

V6

71

-1

70

0,3

0,3

0,6

0,65

0,5

0,5

0,5

0,5

80

-1

74

0,4

0,4

0,7

0,8

0,6

0,6

0,6

0,6

90

-1

76

0,5

0,5

0,8

1,2

0,8

0,8

0,8

0,8

100

-1

80

0,75

0,75

1,2

1,5

1,2

1,2

1,2

1,2

132

-1

84

1,75

1,75

2,0

3,0

2,5

2,5

2,5

2,5

90

-

70

0,3

0,25

0,6

0,65

0,78

0,65

0,75

0,65

2/3

115

-2/3

74

0,6

0,5

0,9

1,3

1,7

1,5

1,8

1,5

140

-2/3

76

1,3

1,0

2,2

2,6

3,3

2,8

3,3

3,0

180

-2/3

80

2,8

2,4

5,5

6,0

7,5

6,5

8,0

7,5

225

-2/3

84

3,0

2,8

7,5

9,0

10

10,5

10

10,5

250

-2/3

84

6,0

5,5

9,0

14

20

22

20

22

315

-2/3

86

12

11

30

43

48

43

48

43

375

-2/3

90

21

18

48

68

74

68

74

68

415

-2/3

90

30

27

72

107

115

107

115

107

Helical - Shaft Mounted Gearunits

litres

Type

LWA

Mounting Position

dB(A)

H1/H2

H3/H4

H5/H6

90 -2/3

70

1,5

1,6

1,6

100

-2/3

74

2,7

3,8

4

112

-2/3

76

6,6

6,8

8

132

-2/3

80

11,0

11,5

13

Specific weight of the oils is:

- mineral oil

0,9 kg/l

- synthetic oil 1,05 kg/l

The correct quantity of oil is determined by the oil level plug.

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z11

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z11

Mounting Position

The gearunits are adapted for both horizontal and vertical mounting positions according to DIN 42950, but they can also be accommodated for any other mounting position. The following tables bring the most frequent mounting positions:

Two and Three-Stage Helical Motorgear Units with Foot and Flange

Single-Stage Helical Motorgear Units with Foot and Flange

Single-Stage Helical Motorgear Units with Foot and Flange - Helical-Shaft Mounted Motorgear Units - Helical-Shaft

- Helical-Shaft Mounted Motorgear Units

- Helical-Shaft Mounted Motorgear Units with Flange

- Breather - Oil - level plug - Oil - drain plug Possible Terminal box
- Breather
- Oil - level plug
- Oil - drain plug
Possible Terminal box and Cable Gland Positions:
270 o
2
normal
o
0
o
180
1
3
o
90
normal
normal

For motor sizes beginning with 63 up to 132, the possible positions of the cable gland are: normaland 2.

Weights

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z12 Helical Gearunits -   Basic Gearunit   Input
HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z12

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z12

Helical Gearunits

-

MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z12 Helical Gearunits -   Basic Gearunit   Input Assemblies  
 

Basic Gearunit

 

Input Assemblies

 

Type

S

P,P1,P2,P3

M

B

BT

71

-

1

6,5

8,5

-

1,5

6

80

-

1

7,5

7,5

-

3,5

8,5

90

-

1

13

15

-

6

12

100

-

1

24

24

-

9,5

22

132

-

1

50

50

-

15

28

90 -
90
-

2

8

10

-

1,5
1,5
6
6

3

9

11

-

115 -
115
-

2

13

13,5

20,5

3,5
3,5
8,5
8,5

3

15

15,5

22,5

140 -
140
-

2

26

29

46

6
6
12
12

3

28

31

48

180 -
180
-

2

52

53

74

9,5
9,5
22
22

3

55

56

77

225 -
225
-

2

87

88

117

15
15
28
28

3

93

94

123

250 -
250
-

2

117

120

184

23
23
42
42

3

126

129

193

315 -
315
-

2

286

290

378

45
45
-
-

3

306

310

398

375 -
375
-

2

600

600

710

70
70
-
-

3

635

635

725

415 -
415
-

2

780

780

930

110
110
-
-

3

840

840

950

Helical - Shaft Mounted Gearunits -

3 840 840 950 Helical - Shaft Mounted Gearunits -   Basic Gearunit Input Assemblies Type
 

Basic Gearunit

Input Assemblies

Type

N

NP

B

BT

90 -
90 -

2

17,5

18,5

1,5
1,5
6
6

3

18,5

19,5

100 -
100
-

2

27,5

28,5

3,5
3,5
8,5
8,5

3

28,5

29,5

112 -
112
-

2

43

46

6
6
12
12

3

45

48

132 -
132
-

2

76,5

81,5

9,5
9,5
22
22

3

79,5

84,5

General Notes Appertaining to the Dimension Sheets

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z13 a) Motor: The dimension sheets contain ju st the
HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z13

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z13

a) Motor:

The dimension sheets contain just the overall dimensions of the motors. The LB and r B dimension refers to

brake motors (KZK and KZKR).

All the other dimensions are given in corresponding motor catalogues.

b) Gearunits:

This catalogue does not contain the dimension sheets of double gearunits. In case you have chosen this kind

of combination please, do require a confirmation of its dimensions, i.e. require its dimension sheet.

Shafts:

- Diameter tolerances: per DIN 748

D, d

50 mm

 

ISO

k 6

>

50 mm

> 50 mm ISO m 6

ISO

m 6

- Centre holes according to DIN 332, type D

D, d

<

10 mm

M 3

>

10

-

13 mm

M 4

>

13

-

16 mm

M 5> 13 - 16 mm

>

16

-

21 mm

M 6

>

21

-

24 mm

M 8> 21 - 24 mm

>

24

-

30 mm

M10> 24 - 30 mm

>

30

-

38 mm

M12> 30 - 38 mm

>

38

-

50 mm

M16> 38 - 50 mm

>

50

-

85 mm

M20

>

85

- 130mm

M24> 85 - 130mm

>

130 - 225mm

M30> 130 - 225mm

- Keys according to DIN 6885 / ISO R773/69

Flanges:

Centerring shoulder tolerances: per DIN 42984

N

230 mm

ISO jN ≤ 230 mm 6

6

N

> 230 mm

ISO h 6N > 230 mm

Hollow Shafts: per DIN 748

Diameter tolerances

D

ISO h 6 Hollow Shafts: per DIN 748 Diameter tolerances D ISOH7 Shaft Heights: per DIN

ISOH7

Shaft Heights: per DIN 747

H

250 mm

H ≤ 250 mm -0,5 mm

-0,5 mm

>

250 mm

-1,0 mm

Instructions for Installation, Operation & Maintenance

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z14 Delivery and storage Gearunits, i.e. motorgears are checked and
HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z14

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z14

Delivery and storage

Gearunits, i.e. motorgears are checked and verified in the Dept. of final control and then delivered prepared for

running, filled up with lubricants in acordance with the desired mounting position. During warranty period the

gearunits are to be opened just with a previous authorization of the manufacturer.

In case they are not meant for an immediate functioning all machine storage should be done indoors, in dry and

dark conditions, in their own packaging material if possible.

Installation

In order to eliminate the possible resonant vibrations during exploitation, including all the negative consequences, a

foundation stud or the supporting construction must be dimensioned in a way that the structure own frequency can

differ min ±20% from the excitation dominant frequency.

The foundation studs or the supporting constructions themselves must be able to bear extraordinary break-down

loadings.

Assembly and disassemby

When assembling the elements of transmission to the shafts of helical gearunits do not hit but assembly carefully

using appropriate tools i.e. preheat the hub of the transmission element up to 80 o C. That is the reason why the

output shaft extension execution is done with an appropriate midpoint with a screw thread.

Particular attention is to be paid to the gearunit shaft allignement with the working machine.

Example:

How to assembly the shaft mounted gearunit onto the working machine and how to disassembly it:

Assembly Work position Disassembly
Assembly
Work position
Disassembly

Using an appropriate torque arm you can assure the gearunit from swivelling due to reactive torque.

Vibrations

A reliable and safe functioning of mechanical gearunits requires the parameters of vibration to be in accordance

with ISO 2372 and ISO/TC-60/WG-9-N55, IEC 34-14/N, and the sound power level according to IEC 34-9.

The control of the parameters of vibration according to the mentioned standards is done during testing, periodically during exploitation and it is obbligatory after overhauling.

The torque transmission from the gearunit to the working machine could be done by means of different couplings, chain sprockets, gears, belt pulleys. The elements of transmission up to the peripheral velocity of 20 m / s , must be statically balanced, and those with peripheral velocity over 20 m / s , must be dinamically balanced.

Starting

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z15 Prior to starting it is necessary to adjust the
HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS Z15

HELICAL AND HELICAL-SHAFT MOUNTED GEARMOTORS

Z15

Prior to starting it is necessary to adjust the ventilation screw on the top of the gearunit in order to enable free air

circulation. Every gearunit should be started along with the working machine first unloaded and then loaded.

It is also necessary to control the temperature and the vibrations of the motorgear housing, the buzzing and the

motor current. These are the parameters of a well selected, properly mounted and adequatly loaded gearunit.

The level of the lubricant has to be in accordance with the gearunit mounting position.

Maintenance

The maintenance of gearunits and gearmotors consists of

control of gearunit and motor temperature

control of motor current, voltage supply

control of buzzing and vibrations

control of oil (level, foaming, presence of water, viscosity, regreasing)

Bearings lubricated with grease must not be completely filled up in order to avoid overheating.

After 3000 operating hours (at least once in a six months) it is necessary to do the oil checkup or to change it, if

necessary.

Independently from the gearunit operating hours it is recommendable to change the mineral oil at least after two

years (not longer than 10000 h), and as to the syntetic oil the recommendable period is 4 years (not longer than

20000 h). Oils of different makes are not to be mixed up.

At gearunits the oil change is to be done at standstill and in hot driving condition. After the old has been drained out

and after cleaning the housing the new oil is being put in through the airport, up to the oil level aperture.

Up to this level also the relubricating is done, if necessary.

If it is necessary to take off the motor during the period of exploitation care should be taken not to damage the

teeth on the gearunits first and second gear. The first gear fitted to the gear shaft extension is taken off using

appropriate tools.

In the event of dismantling and assembly of the whole gearunit a special care should be taken to the accuracy of

the shaft seals, sealing caps and klingerit seals.

Spare parts

When ordering spare parts, apart of the designation, it is necessary to give all the name plate data.

Spare parts sheet with the recommended substituting elements is obtainable on request.

HELICAL GEARMOTORS HELICAL GEARUNITS Z16

HELICAL GEARMOTORS HELICAL GEARUNITS

Z16

HELICAL GEARMOTORS HELICAL GEARUNITS Z16
HELICAL GEARMOTORS Z17

HELICAL

GEARMOTORS

Z17

HELICAL GEARMOTORS Z17

Selection Table

Power

 

Output speed

n 2 [r.p.m.]

 

Max.

 

TYPE

Power   Output speed n 2 [ r.p.m. ]   Max.   TYPE

P

[kW]

 

torque

T

max

GEAR

MOTOR

 

Output torque T 2 [Nm] Service factor f B

[Nm]

 
 

900

800

630

500

400

315

280

       

1,3

1,4

1,8

2,3

2,9

3,6

4,1

 

25

71

-1

ZKR 63 A-4

11

19

17

13

11

8

7

6

   

355

315

280

250