China manufacturer Casting Steel Spur Ring Gear/Rotary Kiln Gear Wheel/Large Module Coal Mill Girth Gear hypoid bevel gear

Product Description

With 30 -year rich industry experience and knowledge, we have earned specialization in manufacturing and supplying superior quality Large Gears. These are fabricated in conformity with defined industry standards, these compact and sturdy gears have standard working speed and torque measurement. The offered range is widely acknowledged by the customers for features like optimum performance, robust construction and longer life. These precision engineered gears are widely demanded across varied industries, where large gear reduction is required.

 
 
 
Advantages:
– Products with Customers’ Designs 
– Strong Machining & Heat Treatment Abilities 
– Strict Quality Control 
– Prompt Delivery
-Experience in Cooperation with Fortune 500 Companies 
Process: 
Forging/Casting
Normalizing&Tempering-Proof Machinnig
Quenching&Tempering
Finish Machining(Teeth Grinding)
We can offer you in various process conditions
Solutions for Many End Markets and Applications
–Mining
–Metallurgy
–Power Generation
–Sugar
–Cement Plant
–Port Machinery
–Oil and natural
–Papermaking
–OEM gear case
–General Industrial
 
 
 
 
Specifications of Gear :
 

No. Item Description
1 Diameter ≤15m
2 Module ≤45
3 Material Cast Alloy Steel, Cast Carbon Steel, Forged Alloy Steel, Forged Carbon Steel
4 Structure From Integrated, Half to Half, Four Pieces and More Pieces
5 Heat Treatment Quenching & Tempering, Normalizing & Tempering, Carburizing & Quenching & Tempering
6 Tooth Form Annular Gear, Outer Gear Ring
7 Standard ISO, EN, DIN, AISI, ASTM, JIS, IS, GB

Inspection and Test Outline of Girth Gear:
 

No. Item Inspection Area Acceptance Criteria Inspection Stage Certificates
1 Chemical Composition Sample Material Requirement When Smelting
After Heat Treatment
Chemical Composition Report
2 Mechanical Properties Sample(Test Bar on the Gear Body) Technical Requirement After Heat Treatment Mechanical Properties Report
3 Heat Treatment Whole Body Manufacturing Standard During Heat Treatment Heat Treatment Report
Curves of Heat Treatment
4 Hardness Test Tooth Surface, 3 Points Per 90° Technical Requirement After Heat Treatment Hardness Teat Report
After Semi Finish Machining
5 Dimension Inspection Whole Body Drawing After Semi Finish Machining Dimension Inspection Report
Finish Machining
6 Magnetic Power Test (MT) Tooth Surface Agreed Standard After Finish Gear Hobbing MT  Report
7 UT Spokes Parts Agreed Standard After Rough Machining UT Report
After Welded
After Semi Finish Machining
8 PT Defect Area No Defect Indicated After Digging
After Welded
PT Record
9 Mark Inspection Whole Body Manufacturing Standard Final Inspection Pictures
10 Appearance Inspection Whole Body CIC’s Requirement Before Packing
(Final Inspection)
 
11 Anti-rust Inspection Whole Body Agreed Anti-rust Agent Before Packing Pictures 
12 Packing Inspection Whole Body Agreed Packing Form During Packing Pictures

Facilities For Manufacturing Gear ring:
 

No. Item Description
1 Smelting & Casting Capability  
40t ,50t, 80t Series AC Electric Arc Furnace
2×150t, 60t LF Ladle Refining Furnace
150t, 60t Series VD/VOD Furnace
20×18m Large Pouring Facility
We can pour 900t refining liquid steel one time, and achieve vacuum poured 600t steel ingots.
We can produce the high quality steel of more than 260 steel grades as carbon steel,structural alloy steel and the structural steel, refractory steel and stainless steel of special requirement. The maximum weight of casting steel, gray casting, graphite cast iron and non-ferrous casting is 600t, 200t, 150t and 20t separately.
2 Forging Capability  
The only one in the word, the most technologically advanced and the largest specification18500t Oil Press, equipped with 750t.m forging operation machine
8400t Water Press
3150t Water Press
1600t Water Press
Φ5m High Precision Ring Mill ( WAGNER,Germany)
Φ12m High Precision Ring Mill
We can roll rings of different sections of carbon steel, alloy steel, high temperature alloy steel and non-ferrous alloys such as copper alloy, aluminum alloy and titanium alloy. Max. Diameter of rolled ring will be 12m.
3 Heat Treatment Capability 9×9×15m,8×8×12m,6×6×15m,15×16×6.5m,16×20×6m ,7×7×17m Series Heat Furnace and Heat Treatment Furnaces
φ2.0×30m,φ3.0×5.0m Series Heat Treatment Furnaces
φ5.0×2.5m,φ3.2×1.5m,φ3.0×5.0m,φ2.0×5m Series Carburizing Furnaces & Nitriding Furnaces & Quenching Bathes
φ2.0×30m Well Type CNC Electrical Furnaces
Φ3.0×5.0M Horizontal Gas Temperature-differential Furnace
Double-frequency and Double-position Quenching Lathe of Pinion Shaft
4 Machining Capability 1. ≥5m CNC Heavy Duty Vertical Lathes
12m CNC Double-column Vertical Lathe
10m CNC Double-column Vertical Lathe
10m CNC Single-column Vertical Lathe
6.3m Heavy Duty Vertical Lathe
5m CNC Heavy Duty Vertical Lathe  
2. ≥5m Vertical Gear Hobbing Machines
15m CNC Vertical Gear Hobbing Machine
10m Gear Hobbing Machine
8m Gear Hobbing Machine
5m Gear Hobbing Machine
3m Gear Hobbing Machining
3. Imported High-precision Gear Grinding Machines
0.8m~3.5m CNC Molding Gear Grinding Machines
4. Large Boring & Milling Machines
220 CNC Floor-mounted Boring & Milling Machine
200 CNC Floor-mounted Boring & Milling Machine
160 CNC Floor-mounted Boring & Milling Machine

Testing Process:
· QA DOC: Chemical Composition Report, Mechanical Properties Report, UT Report, Heat Treatment Report, Dimensions Check Report
· The data on chemical composition report and mechanical properties report are approved by third party, HangZhou Ship Material Research Institute, CSIC.
· UT test: 100% ultrasonic test according to EN15718-3, SA388, Sep 1921 C/c etc.
· Heat Treatment Report: provide original copy of heat treatment curve/time table.

 

 

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Main Facilites for Gear Manufacturing

 

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Application: Industry
Hardness: According to Customer′s Requirement
Gear Position: External Gear
Manufacturing Method: Cast Gear
Toothed Portion Shape: Spur Gear
Material: Steel
Customization:
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spur gear

How do you calculate the efficiency of a spur gear?

Calculating the efficiency of a spur gear involves considering the power losses that occur during gear operation. Here’s a detailed explanation:

In a gear system, power is transmitted from the driving gear (input) to the driven gear (output). However, due to various factors such as friction, misalignment, and deformation, some power is lost as heat and other forms of energy. The efficiency of a spur gear represents the ratio of the output power to the input power, taking into account these power losses.

Formula for Calculating Gear Efficiency:

The efficiency (η) of a spur gear can be calculated using the following formula:

η = (Output Power / Input Power) × 100%

Where:

η is the efficiency of the gear system expressed as a percentage.

Output Power is the power delivered by the driven gear (output) in the gear system.

Input Power is the power supplied to the driving gear (input) in the gear system.

Factors Affecting Gear Efficiency:

The efficiency of a spur gear is influenced by several factors, including:

  • Tooth Profile: The tooth profile of the gear affects the efficiency. Well-designed gear teeth with accurate involute profiles can minimize friction and power losses during meshing.
  • Lubrication: Proper lubrication between the gear teeth reduces friction, wear, and heat generation, improving gear efficiency. Insufficient or inadequate lubrication can result in increased power losses and reduced efficiency.
  • Gear Material: The selection of gear material affects efficiency. Materials with low friction coefficients and good wear resistance can help minimize power losses. Higher-quality materials and specialized gear coatings can improve efficiency.
  • Gear Alignment and Meshing: Proper alignment and precise meshing of the gear teeth are essential for optimal efficiency. Misalignment or incorrect gear meshing can lead to increased friction, noise, and power losses.
  • Bearing Friction: The efficiency of a gear system is influenced by the friction in the bearings supporting the gear shafts. High-quality bearings with low friction characteristics can contribute to improved gear efficiency.
  • Load Distribution: Uneven load distribution across the gear teeth can result in localized power losses and reduced efficiency. Proper design and gear system configuration should ensure even load distribution.

Interpreting Gear Efficiency:

The calculated gear efficiency indicates the percentage of input power that is effectively transmitted to the output. For example, if a gear system has an efficiency of 90%, it means that 90% of the input power is converted into useful output power, while the remaining 10% is lost as various forms of power dissipation.

It’s important to note that gear efficiency is not constant and can vary with operating conditions, lubrication quality, gear wear, and other factors. The calculated efficiency serves as an estimate and can be influenced by specific system characteristics and design choices.

By considering the factors affecting gear efficiency and implementing proper design, lubrication, and maintenance practices, gear efficiency can be optimized to enhance overall gear system performance and minimize power losses.

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of using spur gears?

Spur gears offer several advantages and disadvantages when used in mechanical systems. Here’s a detailed explanation of the advantages and disadvantages of using spur gears:

Advantages of Spur Gears:

  • Simplicity: Spur gears have a simple and straightforward design, consisting of cylindrical gears with straight teeth. Their simplicity facilitates ease of manufacturing, installation, and maintenance.
  • Efficiency: Spur gears are highly efficient in transmitting power from one shaft to another. They have minimal sliding friction between the gear teeth, resulting in high mechanical efficiency.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Due to their simple design and ease of production, spur gears are generally more cost-effective compared to other types of gears. They are widely available and can be manufactured in large quantities at a reasonable cost.
  • Compactness: Spur gears have a compact design, making them suitable for applications where space is limited. They can be arranged in parallel or stacked configurations to achieve the desired gear ratios within a confined space.
  • High Load Capacity: Spur gears can handle high load capacities and transmit substantial amounts of torque. Their teeth are designed to distribute the load evenly across the gear face, resulting in improved load-bearing capabilities.
  • Precision: Spur gears provide precise and predictable motion due to the simplicity of their tooth engagement. This makes them suitable for applications that require accurate positioning and synchronization.

Disadvantages of Spur Gears:

  • Noisy Operation: Spur gears can produce noise during operation, especially at high speeds. The engagement of the gear teeth generates impact and vibration, resulting in noise that may require additional measures to mitigate.
  • Axial Thrust: Spur gears generate axial thrust forces along the gear shafts due to the parallel arrangement of their teeth. This thrust must be properly managed using thrust bearings or other means to prevent excessive axial loading on the gear shafts.
  • Limited Speed Ratio: Spur gears are primarily designed for applications with moderate speed ratios. They are less suitable for high-speed applications due to the limitations imposed by the tooth engagement and potential for increased noise and vibration.
  • Unidirectional Operation: Spur gears are typically designed for unidirectional power transmission. Reversing the direction of rotation can cause noise, impact, and increased wear due to the abrupt change in tooth engagement.
  • Prone to Wear: The sliding contact between the gear teeth in spur gears can result in wear over time, especially under heavy loads or inadequate lubrication. Regular maintenance and proper lubrication are necessary to minimize wear and extend gear life.

It’s important to consider these advantages and disadvantages when selecting gear types for specific applications. While spur gears are well-suited for many applications, other gear types, such as helical gears or bevel gears, may be more suitable in certain situations depending on the requirements and operating conditions.

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How do spur gears contribute to power transmission?

Spur gears play a crucial role in power transmission due to their specific design and tooth engagement. Here’s a detailed explanation of how spur gears contribute to power transmission:

  1. Direct Tooth Engagement: Spur gears have straight teeth that mesh directly with each other. This direct tooth engagement ensures efficient transfer of power from one gear to another. As the driving gear rotates, its teeth come into contact with the teeth of the driven gear, enabling the transfer of rotational motion and torque.
  2. Uniform Load Distribution: The teeth of spur gears distribute the transmitted load evenly across the gear surfaces. The straight, parallel teeth provide a larger contact area compared to other gear types, resulting in improved load-carrying capacity and reduced stress concentration. This uniform load distribution helps prevent premature wear and failure of the gears, ensuring reliable power transmission.
  3. Efficiency: Spur gears are known for their high efficiency in power transmission. The direct tooth engagement and parallel shaft arrangement minimize energy losses during rotation. The teeth mesh smoothly, resulting in minimal friction and reduced power dissipation. This efficiency is beneficial in applications where maximizing power transfer and minimizing energy waste are crucial.
  4. Speed and Torque Conversion: Spur gears allow for speed and torque conversion between the driving and driven shafts. By using gears with different numbers of teeth, the rotational speed and torque can be adjusted to match the requirements of the application. For example, a small gear driving a larger gear will result in a higher torque output at a lower speed, while a larger gear driving a smaller gear will result in a higher speed output at a lower torque.
  5. Directional Control: The arrangement of spur gears can be used to control the rotational direction of the driven shaft relative to the driving shaft. By meshing gears with opposite orientations (e.g., one gear with clockwise teeth and another gear with counterclockwise teeth), the direction of rotation can be reversed. This directional control is essential in applications where the desired motion needs to be reversed or changed.
  6. Multiple Gear Configurations: Spur gears can be combined in various configurations to form gear trains, allowing for complex power transmission systems. Gear trains consist of multiple gears meshing together, with each gear contributing to the overall power transmission. Gear trains can alter speed, torque, and direction, providing flexibility in adapting power transmission to specific requirements.
  7. Compatibility with Other Components: Spur gears are compatible with a wide range of other mechanical components, such as shafts, bearings, and housings. This compatibility allows for easy integration into different systems and machinery. Spur gears can be mounted on shafts using keyways, set screws, or other mounting methods, ensuring secure and reliable power transmission.

Overall, spur gears are essential in power transmission systems due to their direct tooth engagement, uniform load distribution, high efficiency, speed and torque conversion capabilities, directional control, compatibility with other components, and the ability to form complex gear trains. These characteristics make spur gears a versatile and widely used choice for transmitting power in various applications across industries.

China manufacturer Casting Steel Spur Ring Gear/Rotary Kiln Gear Wheel/Large Module Coal Mill Girth Gear hypoid bevel gearChina manufacturer Casting Steel Spur Ring Gear/Rotary Kiln Gear Wheel/Large Module Coal Mill Girth Gear hypoid bevel gear
editor by CX 2023-10-20