In-line Adjustable Speed Drives Datasheets

Beier® Cyclo® Variator
from Sumitomo Machinery Corp. of America

The ultra-compact combination of a Beier Variator and a CycloReducer results in a Beier Cyclo Variator that provides not only an adjustable speed range, but extremely low output speeds as well. High efficiencies of up to 90%, even at high speeds. Minimal maintenance, with no belts or disks to wear... [See More]

  • Shaft Orientation: In-line
  • Motor Power: 0.5000 to 200
  • Speed Variation: 3.3 to 10.0
  • Output Shaft Position: Horizontal
Velvet Drive Transmissions -- T-72 Series
from Durst

Four speed transmission option. On-the-go shifting. Standard and optional valve bodies provide controls tailored to customers application requirements. In-line configuration offers design flexibility [See More]

  • Shaft Orientation: In-line
  • Speed Variation: -1.0 to 1.0
  • Drive Type: Hydraulic (optional feature); Mechanical
  • Shaft Speed: 2200 to 3000
Concentric/Helical MGS Mechanical Variable Speed Drives -- "C" Series
from Stober Drives, Inc.

STOBER can offer a wider variety of sizes, ratios, and mounting positions than ever before by utilizing MGS Reducers and ComTrac Adjustable Speed Drives. These versatile gear drives offer you performance, durability, and economy for a wide range of variable speed applications. High efficiency... [See More]

  • Shaft Orientation: In-line
  • Speed Variation: 5.0 to 7.0
  • Drive Type: Gear Drives / Differentials
  • Shaft Speed: 8 to 1139
RW Series
from Voith Turbo Inc.

Type RW consists of the following components: hydrodynamic variable-speed coupling with lockup clutch, hydrodynamic torque converter, hydrodynamic brake and superimposing planetary gear Owing to the starting and control characteristics of the vrible-speed coupling, type RW is used when a... [See More]

  • Shaft Orientation: In-line
  • Speed Variation: 0.1 to 1.0
  • Drive Type: Gear Drives / Differentials
  • Motor Power: 1340 to 67011