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Worm Gear Reducer Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of worm gear reducer manufacturers and suppliers. Find worm gear reducer companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture worm gear reducers to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top worm gear reducer manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the worm gear reducer companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of metric worm gear reducers, worm gear speed reducers, and falk worm gear reducers of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

Leading Companies:

  • Bloomingdale, IL 630-980-1133

    DieQua’s dedicated & knowledgeable staff understands the importance of designing & delivering the perfect worm gear reducer to meet your requirements. They have been trained & empowered to meet your needs, from application analysis to order expediting & everything in between. They encourage you to contact them with your power transmission & motion challenges.

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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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  • Peabody, MA 978-532-1800

    Harmonic Drive is a world leader in the design and manufacture of zero backlash, high-ratio harmonic drive gear heads, speed reducers and gear reducers. Standard and customer-specific units are available with less than 1 arc minute positional accuracy and +/- 5 arc seconds repeatability.

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  • Wanamassa, NJ 732-493-2812

    We manufacture highly advanced cyclo reducers which utilize new modifications which allow for 2-speed capabilities. This new technology efficiently provides a high amount of torque at a low speed. Our engineers put a focus on developing the most innovated and cost efficient solutions. We take pride in saying that we are an industry leader that is a global supplier. Feel free to give one of our representatives a call today!

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  • Fraser, MI 586-293-5260

    At Dorris Gear Drives, we strive to provide you with the precision-machined components you need to take your projects to a higher level. Companies from the largest mills to the smallest manufacturers rely on Dorris to satisfy their gear drive needs. If you are looking for reliability, engineering excellence and design innovation, choose Dorris Gear Drives-where the tradition continues.

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Worm Gear Reducers Industry Information

Worm Gear Reducers

Worm gear reducers are right angle speed reducers used in applications involving low horsepower. Worm gear reducers maintain high gear ratios, high shock tolerance, and compact design.

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Worm Gear Reducer Design

A subcategory of speed reducers, worm gear speed reducers involve a major speed reducing configuration called right angle as well as being well known in the farming, automotive, and manufacturing industries. The major parts of this gearbox involve a helical gear, which has shallow teeth that are cut diagonally. Helical gears are known for their smooth and quiet operation, and when they are a part of the worm gear reducer they are the output gears, or the gears connected to the engine. A worm gear is another significant part of the worm gear reducer system, the input gear is shaped like a screw with diagonal cuts like the helical gear, which is why they are often paired together. The two gears are able to convert a high speed and low torque input into the opposite; a high torque level with low speed. It is a small and sleek gearbox, which means it is less expensive than other gear boxes and also has impressive shock absorption.

Applications of Worm Gear Reducers

Worm gear speed reducers are utilized by a wide variety of industries, such as materials handling, automotive, aerospace, recreational, construction, food and beverage processing, oil and gas, and textile industries. Worm gear speed reducers are used in many applications, including automation equipment, conveyors, compressors, printing presses, pumps, generators, and robotics applications. They are also commonly used for packaging and special machinery. Manufacturers commonly sell remanufactured worm gear reducers. While these often come at greatly reduced costs, they often lack a warranty. When selecting a worm gear reducer, consider the gear ratio, efficiency requirements, mechanical rating, and thermal rating. One downside to using a work gear reducer is that it does not stay efficient as long as other gearboxes due to its size, although because it is a cheaper option, replacing it is not difficult. They also tend to lock-up when put into reverse because of the shallow diagonal cut of the worm gear. It causes friction that keeps the gears from moving. This is a characteristic desired by conveyor belt manufacturers.



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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Record Monthly Order Booking Attained

By: Chris Popp Director of Sales and Marketing DieQua Corporation July 2014 resulted in a significant event for DieQua Corporation as they booked a record amount of business within a single month. While certainly fulfilling it wasn’t exactly surprising. With business growth and year to year inflationary trends, old sales records are expected to fall. However, what is interesting is the types of products that are leading the way. In the motion control industry worm gears have been far behind other gear technologies, such as planetary gears, in usage and... Read More About This