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Inline Gear Reducer Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of inline gear reducer manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top inline gear reducer manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any inline gear reducers company can design, engineer, and manufacture inline gear reducers to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach inline gear reducer companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of inline gear reduction boxes, inline gearbox reducers, and right angle gear reducers.

Leading Companies:

  • Bloomingdale, IL 630-980-1133

    We are a manufacturer who will treat you with respect. Our proven solutions are cost efficient and incredibly long-lasting. It is our mission to exceed your expectations. We promise to treat you with respect while supplying the best inline gear reducers on the market. Our highly trained staff is here to assist you if any issue ever arises. We look forward to sharing our expertise with you!

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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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  • Macon, GA 478-746-7623

    At B&D Industrial, our speed reducers are engineered for maximum efficiency. We are expanding our product lines to meet the demands of our customers. Our high performance automatic relubrication systems are quality assured. Our speed reducers can be equipped with water cooled housing, hollow-through bore, low backlash, and high quality planetary gearing. Our premier solutions are competitively priced. Give us a call today to learn more!

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  • Cicero, IL 708-780-4800

    Broadwind Inc is a leading manufacturer of industrial gears and gearboxes. With our expert team, we guarantee quality products with exceptional customer service. We continually strive to solve all of our consumer's challenges!

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  • Sioux Center, IA 712-722-4135

    Groschopp, Inc. is a leading supplier/manufacturer of speed reducers, gear reducers, right angle speed reducers, planetary gear speed reducers, gear motors and more. We have perfected product designs, delivered expert technical assistance and provided superior product performance for over 70 years. Our motors can be shipped to your door in two days.

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Inline Gear Reducers Industry Information

Inline Gear Reducers

Inline gear reducers are mechanisms that reduce the speed, torque or direction of an input shaft using gear ratios that are aligned along the same centerline. That is, the input shaft is aligned with the output shaft. Inline gear reducers are used in a system with other components in order to decrease the incoming speed and power so that the parts that follow are able to handle the power and operate effectively.

Inline gear reducers are related to gear boxes, gear drives and reduction gears. Most are made of strong but lightweight steel and are able to handle heavy loads and transmission torque. They must be carefully selected based on weight, size and the characteristics of the larger system and the input that it will be receiving. The ratio of the input speed to the reduced output speed is called the reduction ratio and is another important factor to be taken into consideration when selecting a gear reducer. Inline gear reducers are widely used in metallurgy equipment, robotics, automotives (specifically the transmission) and other machinery-related applications to reduce the power, keep the size of machines and equipment lines to a minimum and to handle heavy shock loads. Inline gear reducers consist of a series of gears and bearings in a heavy duty enclosure. Aligned and lubricated input and output shafts protrude from either end.

A motor attached to the input shaft causes it to rotate at a certain speed and a series of reduction gears lower the rotations per minute to slow the rotational speed. The diameter and circumference of the gears varies depending on reduction ratio. An input shaft rotates a gear that turns a larger gear. Because of the increased circumference, the second gear requires more time to rotate the full distance and does not turn as quickly as the small first gear. Multiple gears may be connected in series and the output shaft is attached to the final gear to deliver the desired speed reduction. Reduction ratios usually range from 5:1 to 200:1 though higher performance speed reducers are available. If the gear reducer is directly mounted on a motor then it is deemed a gearhead; if it is coupled with the shaft and mounted elsewhere it is called a gear box. Shaft mounted units are also available. Inline gear reducers may be combined with other reducers to meet specific requirements and they are available in different styles to accommodate a variety of mountings and setups.

Inline Gear Reducers
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