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  • The turbine: the air motor packing maximum efficiency
    What happens when the power from your drive unit simply isn't enough? When the motor for your. robot-controlled plant has to supply maximum power yet has to be physically very small? When it has to produce very high revolution speeds, yet be fit for continuous operation? The automatic processes
  • The Turbine: The Air Motor Packing Maximum Efficiency
    What happens when the power from your drive unit simply isn't enough? When the motor for your robot-controlled plant has to supply maximum power yet has to be physically very small? When it has to produce very high revolution speeds, yet be fit for continuous operation? The automatic processes used
  • Smart Sensor Regulates Nominal Speed
    A motor needs to be powerful while still being. small and robust. During the selection of an airmotor for the automated technology, especially a small size and low mass are convincing advantages. An air-motor offers notable significance in both areas. When compared with an equivalent electric motor
  • Redesign Provides Variable Gear Connection
    Motors should be small and light - yet they must also achieve high torque values! DEPRAG is. currently lauching their enhanced POWER LINE air motors on the market and the name says it all. With their unbeaten low power-weight ratio these powerful air motors score top marks. They reach the high
  • Hydraulic Pumps
    The power source is the key element in a fluid-power system. In a pneumatic system the power source is an air compressor, while in fluid-power systems it is a pump. These normally are driven by an electric motor or internal combustion engine. Various concepts are applied to convert the mechanical
  • How to make bearings last in electric motors
    by electric arcing. Bearings coated with a ceramic insulating material stop electric arcing (inset). Hybrid bearings that incorporate ceramic rolling elements stop arcing as well. Rolling-element bearings in electric motors support and locate the rotor, maintain a small and consistent air gap between
  • Pneumatic or servo?
    approximately 30-lb continuous force to well over 4,000 lb. Linear-motor forces only range as high as 2,700 lb, but at significantly higher velocities. Rotary possibilities use carriage assemblies that contain small leadscrews with a rotary mount. When mated with NEMA-17 motors and indexers, these assemblies
  • Limited-Angle Torque Motors
    for heat-seeking sensors, and power other systems that rotate through small angles. The rotor in a limited-angle torquer carries field magnets, and the stator supports armature windings (similar to the construction of conventional brushless motors). LATs, however, are wound single phase, unlike conventional

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