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Corrosion-Resistant Speed Reducer Built To Last

Boston Gear's stainless steel 700 series worm gear speed reducer, made for food and beverage processing and packaging applications, can withstand the rigours of frequent caustic washdowns. The housing...


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June 1, 2009
By MRO Magazine

Boston Gear’s stainless steel 700 series worm gear speed reducer, made for food and beverage processing and packaging applications, can withstand the rigours of frequent caustic washdowns. The housings, motor flange and carrier are crafted from 316 stainless steel, while the integral input worm and shaft are made from high-strength, case-hardened alloy steel. The rounded housing design, plastic hardware covers and two-piece mounting base prevent particle accumulation or fluid pooling under the unit. The speed reducer features a large internal oil reservoir that is filled with H1 food-grade lubricant and sealed for life.

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