Redesigned air motors from Deprag offer high power density
26 March 2013
Motors should be small and light - yet they must also achieve high torque values. Deprag has launched an enhanced Power Line range of air motors which is claimed to achieve this.
The 54, 55 and 65 series motors have been completely redesigned. A standardised structure simplifies the manufacturing process and the benefits are passed directly to customers in terms of attractive pricing.
Power Line vane motors are equipped with a standard IEC flange connection, which allows easier connection to planetary gears, spur gears, worm gears, bevel gears or other gear types.
Type 68-0054/IEC112A delivers 5.1kW of motor power. The nominal torque is 16.2Nm at a nominal speed of 3,000rpm. Type 68-0055/IEC112A delivers 9kW of power and achieves a nominal torque of 28.6Nm at a nominal speed of 3,000rpm. Type 68-0065/IEC112A has a motor power of 18kW and supplies a rated torque of 57Nm, also at a speed of 3,000 rpm.
The motor spindle on the new Power Line series air motor drives is designed to resist high forces. The maximum radial force at the spindle is 7,500N and the maximum axial force is 1,100N.
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