China Wheel Drives Planetary Reducer Gear Box Gearboxes for Self-Propelled Vehicles

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Wheel Drives Planetary Reducer Gear box gearboxes For Self-propelled Vehicles

Wheel Drives Superior Performance
The EP600L Series wheel drive planetary gearbox is designed for self-propelled vehicles with hydraulic or electric motors.
Available in a wide range of ratios, the gearbox allows the power system to operate at optimum efficiency. The EP600L planetary gear reducer for wheeled vehicle has the capacity to drive whatever the type of machine with up to 2.5m of tire diameter and 50 tons each wheel. Thanks to the wide ratio range, there is a solution for any type of transmission and application. The manual declutch system can disengage the gearhead from the motor for emergency towing.
Wheel Drives Key Features
1. Output torque range: 1000-60000 N.m
2. Gear ratios: i=5.3-142
3. Support: thegearbox has rotating housing flanges to fit wheel
4. Applicable motors: axial piston hydraulic motors, hydraulic orbit motors or others
5. Hydraulic motor options: pressure relief valve, overcenter valve
6. Bearing: robust bearing system absorbing the forces exerted by the ring gear
7. Brake: hydraulically released parking brake
8. Others: NB600L Series wheel drives with manual disconnect application
9. Large radial and axial load capacity due to the use of strong tapered roller bearings.
10. Reliable oil seal protection, designed according to our field experience.
11. Universal and SAE input direct mounting flanges
12. The units are designed for their direct mounting into the wheel rims.
13. Technical data and installation dimension of EP600L Series gearbox are same as those of CZPT GFT…W Series and CZPT 600 Series, so these 3 can be used interchangeably.
 

Track drives Type

Max. torque N.m

Range of ratios (i)

Max. Input speed (rpm)

Braking torque (N.m)

EP601 L1A

1750

5.77

1000

450-600

EP603 L2A

4000

3000

210

EP603 L2B

4000

3000

210

EP602 L2

5000

12.4-25.8

3000

-

EP605 L2

7000

-53

3000

220-310

EP606 L2 L3

12000

-79

3000

300-800

EP607 L2 L3

17000

33-75-108

3000

300-600

EP609 L2 L3

23000

33-142

3000

300-600

EP610 L2 L3

30000

20-111

3000

300-800

EP611 L2 L3

36000

41-47

3000

300-800

EP613 L3

45000

108

3000

300-800

EP615 L3

60000

108

3000

300-1000

 

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Planetary Gearbox Basics

If you're in the market for a new Planetary Gearbox, you've come to the right place. There's more to these mechanical wonders than just their name. Learn about Spur gears, helical gears, and various sizes. After you've read this article, you'll know exactly what to look for when shopping for a new one. And you'll also be able to avoid common mistakes made by amateur mechanics.
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Wheel drive planetary gearboxes

Planetary gearboxes have numerous benefits over conventional gearboxes. Their compact design is advantageous for servo functions. Their lubrication is a key feature to maintain smooth operation and avoid damage to the gears. Some manufactures use CZPT to ensure proper functioning. These gearboxes have nearly 3 times the torque of traditional gearboxes while remaining compact and low in mass.
The planetary gears are made of 3 different types. Each type has an input and output shaft. The input and output shafts are usually coaxially arranged. The input and output shafts are connected to each other via a carrier. The carrier rotates with the planetary gears. The sun gear is the input gear and is typically 24 teeth in diameter. The outer gears are connected to the sun gear via rings of gears that are mounted around the sun gear.
Planetary gearboxes are also used in wheeled and tracked vehicles. They are also used in winch systems, which lift and lower loads. Typical applications include heavy machinery, such as cranes and earthmovers. Wheel drives are also widely used in municipal and agricultural vehicles, as well as material handling vehicles. The wheel drive is typically mounted directly into the wheel rim. A wheel drive may be fitted into two, three, or even 4 wheels.
A planetary gear set may be used in stages to provide different transmission rates. In order to choose the right gearbox for your application, consider the torque, backlash, and ratio you need. Then, consider the environment where the gearbox is used. Depending on its location, it might need to be protected from weather, water, and other elements. You can find a wide range of different sizes in the market.

Spur gears

There are 2 basic types of gearheads: planetary and spur gearheads. Each has its advantages and disadvantages depending on the application. This article will discuss the differences between these 2 types of gearheads. Spur gearheads are commonly used for transmission applications, while planetary gearheads are more widely used for motors. Spur gearheads are less expensive to produce than planetary gearheads, and they are more flexible in design.
There are many different types of spur gears. Among them, a 5:1 spur gear drive ratio means that the sun gear must rotate 5 times per revolution of the output carrier. The desired number of teeth is 24. In metric systems, the spur gears are referred to as mm and the moon gears as modules. Spur gears are used in many different types of applications, including automotive and agricultural machinery.
A planetary geartrain is a combination of ring and spur gears, which mesh with each other. There are 2 kinds of planetary geartrains: simple planetary gears and compound planetary gears. Spur gears are the most common type, with a sun gear and ring gear on either side of the sun. Simple planetary gears feature a single sun and ring gear, while compound planetary gears use multiple planets.
A planetary gearbox consists of 2 or more outer gears, which are arranged to rotate around the sun. The outer ring gear meshes with all of the planets in our solar system, while the sun gear rotates around the ring gear. Because of this, planetary gearboxes are very efficient even at low speeds. Their compact design makes them a desirable choice for space-constrained applications.
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Helical gears

A planetary helical gearbox has 2 stages, each with its own input speed. In the study of planetary helical gear dynamics, the base circle radius and full-depth involute teeth are added to the ratio of each gear. The tangential position of the planets affects the dynamic amplifications and tooth forces. The tangential position error is an important factor in understanding the dynamic behaviour of helical planetary gears.
A helical gearbox has teeth oriented at an angle to the shaft, making them a better choice than spur gears. Helical gears also operate smoothly and quietly, while spur gears generate a thrust load during operation. Helical gears are also used in enclosed gear drives. They are the most common type of planetary gearbox. However, they can be expensive to produce. Whether you choose to use a helical or spur gearbox depends on the type of gearbox you need.
When choosing a planetary gear, it is important to understand the helix angle of the gear. The helix angle affects the way the planetary gears mesh, but does not change the fundamentals of planetary phasing. In each mesh, axial forces are introduced, which can either cancel or reinforce. The same applies to torques. So, if the ring gear is positioned at an angle of zero, helical gears will increase the axial forces.
The number of teeth on the planets is a variable parameter that must be considered in the design phase. Regardless of how many teeth are present, each planet must have a certain amount of tooth spacing to mesh properly with the ring or sun. The tip diameter is usually unknown in the conceptual design stage, but the pitch diameter may be used as an initial approximation. Asymmetrical helical gears may also cause undesirable noise.

Various sizes

There are several sizes and types of planetary gearboxes. The planetary gear sets feature the sun gear, the central gear, which is usually the input shaft, and the planet gears, which are the outer gears. A carrier connects the planet gears to the output shaft. The primary and secondary features of the planetary gearbox are important factors to consider. Besides these, there are other things to consider, such as the price, delivery time, and availability around the world. Some constructors are quicker than others in responding to inquiries. While others may be able to deliver every planetary gearbox out of stock, they will cost you more money.
The load share behavior of a planetary gearbox is comparable to that of a spur or a helical gearbox. Under low loads, individual gear meshes are slightly loaded, while other components have minimal deflections. In general, load sharing behaviour is affected mostly by assembly and manufacturing deviations. In this case, the elastic deflections help balance these effects. The load-sharing behavior of a planetary gearbox improves when the load increases.
Planetary gearboxes come in different sizes. The most common size is 1 with 2 or 3 planets. The size and type of the gears determine the transmission rate. Planetary gear sets come in stages. This gives you multiple transmission rate choices. Some companies offer small planetary gearboxes, while others offer larger ones. For those with special applications, make sure you check the torque, backlash, and ratio.
Whether the power is large or small, the planetary gearbox should be matched to the size of the drive. Some manufacturers also offer right-angle models. These designs incorporate other gear sets, such as a worm gear stage. Right-angle designs are ideal for situations where you need to vary the output torque. When determining the size of planetary gearboxes, make sure the drive shafts are lined up.
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Applications

This report is designed to provide key information on the Global Applications of Planetary Gearbox Market, including the market size and forecast, competitive landscape, and market dynamics. The report also provides market estimates for the company segment and type segments, as well as end users. This report will also cover regional and country-level analysis, market share estimates, and mergers & acquisitions activity. The Global Applications of Planetary Gearbox Market report includes a detailed analysis of the key players in the market.
The most common application of a planetary gearbox is in the automobile industry, where it is used to distribute power between 2 wheels in a vehicle's drive axle. In a four-wheel-drive car, this system is augmented by a centre differential. In hybrid electric vehicles, a summation gearbox combines the combustion engine with an electric motor, creating a hybrid vehicle that uses 1 single transmission system.
In the Global Industrial Planetary Gearbox Market, customer-specific planetary gears are commonly used for automated guided vehicles, intra-logistics, and agricultural technology. These gears allow for compact designs, even in tight spaces. A three-stage planetary gear can reach 300 Nm and support radial loads of 12 kN. For receiver systems, positioning accuracy is critical. A two-stage planetary gearbox was developed by CZPT. Its internal gear tension reduces torsional backlash, and manual controls are often used for high-quality signals.
The number of planetary gears is not fixed, but in industrial applications, the number of planetary gears is at least three. The more planetary gears a gearbox contains, the more torque it can transmit. Moreover, the multiple planetary gears mesh simultaneously during operation, which results in high efficiency and transmittable torque. There are many other advantages of a planetary gearbox, including reduced maintenance and high speed.

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