The main drive member of a gear train assembly is the pinion shaft. Applied power is transferred from the pinion shaft to the rest of the gear assembly.
Grinding mills are most commonly rotated by a pinion shafts meshing with a girth ring bolted to one end of the machine. The pinion shaft is either coupled directly or via a clutch to the output shaft of a slow-speed synchronous motor, or to the output shaft of a motor-driven helical or double helical gear reducer.
We manufacturer these in a one-piece construction to increase the ability to handle higher torque that may applied versus a two-piece construction.
|Dia.||Up to 1100 mm|
|Length||Up to 2800 mm|
|Module||Up to 32 mm|
|Quality Class||Up to DIN 4|
The above is intended as a guide only.
The pinions with the different parameters and requirements can be accepted for production and supply