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Gear Reducer Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of gear reducer manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source gear reducer manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate gear reducer companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture gear reducers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading gear reducer manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for reduction gear boxes, speed reducer gearboxes, or right angle gearboxes.

  • Bloomingdale, IL 630-980-1133

    As the exclusive North American marketing, sales, engineering, and manufacturing partner of several world class European manufacturers, DieQua offer a wide range of premium quality power transmission and motion control components designed specifically to enhance the performance of your machine designs. These include quality made gear reducers, in addition to much more.

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  • Cleveland, OH 800-423-3169

    Cleveland Gear Co. has specialized in speed control technology including a variety of quality manufactured speed reducers since 1912. We have successfully developed speed reducers for material handling, mineral processing, and more. You will find that our products have uncompromising quality, making all others less than the best. We will fulfill your exact requirements and that's what continues to make Cleveland Gear one of the top manufacturers in our industry.

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  • Stratham, NH 844-338-8114

    ElectroCraft is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of customized gearmotors for a wide range of wheel-drive applications from medical mobility equipment such as wheelchairs and lifts to industrial mobile platform traction systems, such as automated guided vehicles (AGV) and autonomous mobile robots (AMR). Over one million ElectroCraft gearmotors are in service worldwide. Renowned for their smooth, controlled power delivery with high starting torque, our gear motors provideexcellent rough-terrain and curb-climbing performance. Available in a wide range of motor and gearing options, from configurable to fully-customizable, we have a solution to satisfy your specific application requirements.

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  • Maysville, KY 606-759-5090

    Our competent staff is very successful at accommodating all of our customers’ needs. The fabrication processes our engineers utilize save money for our customers. We have the talent to create highly advanced cyclo reducers for a wide range of applications and industries. We are determined to provide you with only the most reliable products. Please give us a call today to learn more information!

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  • Indianapolis, IN 800-654-6220

    Sterling Electric, Inc.'s primary business is the production of AC Induction Motors, Worm Gear (Right Angle) and Helical (Inline) Reducers and Gearmotors. Stainless Steel Worm Gear Reducers ranging from Sub-fractional input ratings to 5 Horsepower, in both Single and Double Reductions 5:1 through 3600:1 Ratios. Stainless Steel Helical Reducers ranging from ¼ to 10 Horsepower Input.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Operate In High Temperature Environment

Customers often call saying they need a gearbox but tell us the application is secret. Its understandable that privacy can be a concern. But its equally important that your supplier really knows what is going on. A customer of ours approached us asking for a spiral bevel gearbox that was to be used in a high temperature environment. They gave us no other information other than the torque required, that all shafts would be mounted horizontal, the speed would be under 100 rpm and that it had to operate in... Read More

Most Used Engineering Terms

DieQua Corporation provides resources for engineers – whether catalogs, product videos or industry-related news and updates. Take a look at our list of commonly used engineering terms to see what other engineers are using and referring to.   Acceleration – The rate of change of velocity of an object with respect to time. Allowance – Planned deviation between an exact dimension and a nominal or theoretical dimension or between an intermediate-stage dimension and an intended final dimension. Angular Contact Bearing – An angular contact ball bearing... Read More

Transfer System Drive Put On The Spot

With more and more labor intensive operations moving off shore, the ability to automate the manufacturing process is critical for keeping operating costs in check, allowing North American companies to remain competitive in worldwide markets. This has drastically escalated the importance and influence of the entire motion control industry. In that vein a customer of ours was designing a transfer system to automatically feed castings into a machining center. The basic system included a large rotary table and two opposing robots to load and unload the table. The need was... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Gear Reducers 

Sometimes also referred to as a gearbox or very basic transmission, a gear reducer is a mechanism designed to generate a large amount of force for a machine while simultaneously using as little energy as possible. This is made possible through the gear ratios produced by the gears and shafts of a gear reducer. In doing so, it accomplishes its other goal, to minimize total machine size, minimize power size and absorb heavy shock loads. To that end, most gear reducers are lightweight and exhibit low consumption rates as they maintain steady startups and heavy transmission torque. Widely used in transmission systems and motor vehicles, gear reducers are also popular for use in industrial machines including build machinery, mine machinery, metallurgy machinery and robotics. Just a few of the other products on the market in which they may be found include: sprinklers, wind turbines, helicopters, go-carts, electric pencil sharpeners, electric screwdrivers, watches, rotary motors and farm tractors.

Gear reducers may be made from a number of different materials, though most commonly, they are made from steel-based metals like stainless steel. This is the case because steel products, particularly stainless steel, are strong, durable, corrosion resistant, rust resistant and impact resistant, among other things. Other common metal materials from which gear reducers may be made include iron, aluminum and brass. In addition, some types of gears reducers and/or gear reducers with particular shapes, such as spur gears, may be made using less durable materials like nylon or polycarbonate. In the end, what material or material type a manufacturer selects to make a gearbox directly correlates to the performance the manufacturer wishes for the gear reducer. For example, more durable materials equip a gear reducer with larger torque reduction capabilities and an ability to resist the power of stronger motors, making the gear reducer more durable as well. Less durable materials, for the same reasons in reverse, are best suited in the construction of gear reducers that will be paired with low power motors.

Another consideration that manufacturers make when constructing a gear reducer is its teeth, as the teeth of a gear reducer play a large role in the determination of its strength and efficiency. A gear reducer with straight teeth, for example, is typically only employed in a low-speed application, while a gear reducer with helical teeth, which is much stronger and provides much greater efficiency in terms of torque reduction, is much more likely to be purchased for use with a high-speed application. Some of the most popular gear reducer types today are helical gear reducers, worm gear reducers and planetary gear reducers. Each of these gear types reflects a different configuration with different specific load and torque capacities. Helical gear reducers, for example, are known for their compact size and their shock absorbency. Meanwhile, worm gear reducers operate at a right angle, are also known for their small size and superior shock absorbency. Finally, planetary gear reducers boast a special system of gears that revolve around the center, or sun, gear. This allows it to produce astonishingly low amounts of waste and highly efficient results. Often, gear reducers such as these are used in tandem with one another in order to meet the unique requirements of an application.

Available with several different types of inputs, outputs and mounting capabilities, the characteristics of a gear reducer must be chosen with care. This is especially true when the reducer is being purchased for use in a mechanical system. Factors that customers and manufacturers alike should consider when selecting or putting together the right reducer for the job include: reduction ratio, weight, size, construction, behavioral traits and prize. In addition, customers should be aware of any and all industry standards to which they are beholden. It is important to note that for the best performance, customers should seek out a gear reducer that has lower torque ripple and velocity, as high torque ripple and speeds can detrimentally cause excitation in a driven machine system. However, when a gear reducer is well-made, well-matched and correctly installed, it can work wonders for any number of diverse applications. To get the best, most comprehensive advice, it is important that you turn to a reputable gear reducer specialist. Find such specialists by scrolling close to the top of this page and perusing the many experts we have listed along with their contact information there. All of those with whom we partner are experienced, knowledgeable and passionate about their trade. Reach out today to get started.

Speed Reducers
Speed Reducers
Speed Reducers
Speed Reducers – DieQua Corporation
Speed Reducers – DieQua Corporation
Speed Reducers – DieQua Corporation



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