How to install a shaft-mounted geared motor. Here, the three main aspects of the installation relationship between the shaft-mounted geared motor and the working machine, the connection between the shaft-mounted geared motor and the working machine, and the installation of the anti-torque bracket are described. The following small series describes in detail how to install.
1, The installation relationship between the shaft mounted geared motor and the working machine
In order to avoid deflection of the working machine spindle and additional force on the reducer bearing, the distance between the reducer and the working machine should be as small as possible without affecting normal operation, and its value is 5-10mm.
2, The connection between the shaft mounted geared motor and the working machine
The reducer is directly set on the working machine spindle. When the reducer is running, the counter torque acting on the reduction gear body is mounted on the counter-torque bracket of the reduction gear body or balanced by other methods. The machine is directly matched and the other end is coupled to the fixed bracket.
3, The installation of the anti-torque bracket
The counter-torque bracket should be mounted on the side of the working machine facing the reducer to reduce the bending moment attached to the working machine shaft. The bushing of the anti-torque bracket and the fixed bearing coupling end uses an elastic body such as rubber to prevent deflection and absorb the generated torque ripple.
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