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Stainless-steel worm gearboxes

By MRO Staff   

Food Food & Beverage

Photo: Automation Direct.

IronHorse stainless steel worm gearboxes are power transmission devices that drive a load at a fixed reduced ratio of a motor’s speed. The stainless-steel housings of these gearboxes make them suitable for the food and beverage industry.

They are IP69K rated and Baking Industry Sanitation Standards Committee certified with the housing, covers, and flanges all made out of 304 stainless-steel. They are available in gear ratios from 5:1 to 60:1 and the input flanges accept 56C or 145TC motor frames.

IronHorse stainless steel worm gearboxes have a hollow shaft output. Single and dual output shaft kits are available as are shaft bushings. Compatible output covers and output flanges are also available.



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