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ELECON SUPER SERIES IN WORM GEAR UNITS

SUPER NU SERIES

ALWAYS A STEP AHEAD IN TECHNOLOGY

Eever since Elecon's inception 48 years ago, they have strived to reach new frontiers of technical excellence. From a modest start in manufacturing material handling equipment namely ELEVATORS & CONVEYORS in 1951, Elecon graduated to the manufacture of gear boxes (initially for captive use) in 1963. Today, Elecon's name become synonymous with high quality gear and material handling equipment in India. Elecon had set up a separate Gear Division in 1976. This division has a capacity of producing more than 25,000 gear unit yearly, out of which 90% share for worm speed reduction gear units and remaining share in helical speed reduction gear unit. The gear units are working satisfactorily in cement, chemical, plastic, paper, power generation, sugar, textile, thermal plant industries. Elecon have a wide range of worm, parallel shaft and right angle helical spiral bevel speed reduction gear units. Elecon have many firsts to their credit. In the eighties, they were the first to introduce case-hardened and ground gear technology in India and the modular design concept for gear manufacture in India, as a result of which economical mass production and comprehensive maintenance of component stocks were made possible. The latest additions to their production line are planetary gear boxes for marine and other applications which have already been delivered for use on the off-shore patrol vessels of the Indian Coast Guard. These are very compact, high precision gear boxes, capable of transmitting up to 23,000 KW of power. For a forward-looking organisation like Elecon, modernisation is the watchword. That is precisely why they continuously update their production technology through frequent capital and infrastructural investments. Elecon have geared themselves for tomorrow by setting up one of the largest EDP centres in the Indian Engineering Industry. More than 85% of their machinery is computer controlled, ensuring a high degree of precision in the manufacture, design and testing of gear components. Apart from a large concentration of computerised numerically controlled (CNC) machines, they have flexible machining systems, a battery of modern quality control equipments for checking gear component's various parameters and geometry, on-line computerised inventory control, production planning and execution programmes. All this has resulted in Elecon's Gear Division being the most modern in the country a fact that is unanimously acknowledged throughout the industry. Just as it is acknowledged by clients that Elecon, despite their stature and focus on modernisation, have not lost sight of their primary goal - customer satisfaction. ISO 9001 for Elecon Gear Division In November 1994, the RW TUV Germany has accredited that Elecon Gear Division Quality Management System confirms to the internationally accepted ISO 9001 standards. This certificate covers Quality Assurance in Design and Development, Production, Installation and Service of mechanical transmission products like Worm, Helical and special gear units, Fluid , Geared and Flexible couplings and Accessories.

WORM REDUCTION GEAR UNIT IN THE RANGE


Worm speed reduction gear unit is the result of more than thirty years of continuous efforts in development and refinement by ELECON ENGINEERING CO., the India's most experienced organisation in gear transmission engineering.

P MODEL & TYPE : SNU MODULAR UNIVERSAL MOUNTING (SUPER NU SERIES) Underdriven Overdriven Vertical output shaft up/down Hollow output shaft SIZES : 1 3 1 5 , 1 , 2, 2 4 4 8 , 3, 3 1 2 (SNU-U) (SNU-O) (SNU-V) (SNU-SM) , 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10.5

RATIO : Min. 5 : 1 to Max. 70 : 1 Power capacity to 139 KW

SUPER SERIES IN WORM GEAR UNITS


SPECIFICATIONS GENERAL Elecon single reduction gear units are the result of many years of experience. Completely re-designed gear case with liberal ribbing increases heat dissipating area, streamlined sump carrying more oil and larger capacity of fan enhance the thermal rating of the gearbox. All this means that the continuous load carrying capacity is increased without substantial rise in temperature. No more opening of gearbox for hand changing, just replace the fan and fancowl from one end to other end of worm shaft. DESIGN STANDARDS Wherever applicable, British as well as Indian standards are used. Worm conforms to casehardening alloy steel, worm wheel conforms to phosphor-bronze PB2-C as per British Standard B.S. 1400, while gear case conforms to C. I. grade FG 220 and for heavy duty FG 250, Indian Standard I.S. 210. GEAR CASE Gear case is of streamlined design, rugged in construction, made of close-grain cast iron. It is completely oil-tight, dust-proof and capable of being installed in the open without a separate cover. The faces and bores are accurately bored and machined on latest precision machines to ensure perfect alignment and interchangeability. WORM/WORM WHEEL The worm is made of case-hardening alloy steel, carburised, ground and polished and is integral with the shaft. Bearing journals are accurately ground. Worm wheel is made of centrifuglly cast phosphor-bronze rims, shrink fitted and brazed with C.I. centres. Worms are generated on special-purpose worm milling machines, gas carburised and ground on automatic work grinders. Worm wheels are hobbed on precision hobbing machines with high accuracy hobs. Each and every wheel is checked to match with the master worms to ensure complete interchangeability. Right-hand threads are provided, unless otherwise specified. BEARINGS The worms and worm wheels are supported on ball or roller anti-friction bearings of ample margin of safety to allow adequate journal as well as thrust loads. Overhung loads arising out of sprocket or pinion drive are generally permissible because the gear case and bearings are 4 designed for this duty. However, complete details should be given to us for confirmation. In cases of heavy overhung loads, an extra roller bearing can be provided. WHEEL SHAFT The wheel shaft is made of high tensile carbon steel. It is of large diameter to carry the torsional as well as bending loads which may be induced by overhung drives. LUBRICATION Lubrication to gears and bearings is by splash of oil from the sump. Thus, no special care is required except for the occasional topping up of the oil to the required level. A large oil filler-cum-breather and inspection cover is provided together with a drain plug and ventilator. Neoprene lip-type oil seals are fitted on input and output shaft. For very low input speed below 50 rpm. and heavy loads in sizes larger than 14" size forced lubrication is required. In such cases Elecon must be consulted. COOLING Air cooling is effected by means of standard polypropylene or metal fans which direct a continuous flow of air over the ribbed surface of the gear unit. The fan is designed to operate in both direction of rotation, and is so arranged in conjunction with the ribbing on the gear unit as to allow maximum heat dissipation. HOLDBACK Elecon Sprag type holdback can be fitted on all sizes of gears to prevent reverse rotation. In cases where holdback is requied, the direction of rotation of the shaft should be mentioned. POWER RATINGS The ratings indicated in the catalogue holds good for 12 hours of continuous running under uniform load being driven by electric motor. They give minimum gear life of 26,000 hours, subject to limitation of maximum oil temperature of 100oC under full load, 20oC ambient. OVERLOADS All the components of the reduction gears are so designed that they can withstand. * 100 per cent overload for 15 seconds * 50 per cent overload for one minute * 40 per cent overload for 30 minutes and * 25 per cent overload for two hours.

NU Series MODULAR WORM GEAR UNIVERSAL MOUNTING


Further to successful launching of ELECON 'NU' Modular worm gearboxes, "SUPER NU" series is one step ahead in WORM GEAR TECHNOLOGY. A combination of present-day concepts, analytical calculations with the help of CAD (Computer Aided Design) carried out on single part use of very latest CNC machine tools plus systematic checks on materials and workmanship, give this series of gearboxes a marked degree of reliability. Single piece universal casing having flanges top and bottom side and also provision for a supporting flange make it possible to have the universal mounting positions for gearboxes such as underdriven, overdriven and vertical. The internal components are, therefore, interchangeable for all the mounting positions. Quick change of mounting positions from underdriven to overdriven and vice versa merely by putting the unit upside down and replacing the positions of drain plug, breather plug and oil level indicator. Comprehensive maintenance of stock and faster delivery can be achieved due to adoption of interchangeably principle. Robust compact and streamlined design with ample thermal capacities.

Super

Identical double input shaft extensions.

Universal case, internally ribbed to ensure sufficient strength and rigidity for all applications.

Centrifugally cast phosphor bronze rims. Bearings and oilseals are to ISO proportions - replacements are available world-wide. Hold Back can be fitted integrally on worm shaft
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Worm threads are profile ground and super finished

FILL AND FORGET Concept 5 3 1 , 1 , 2, 2 and 3 are supplied with factory filled 8 4 4 SYNTHETIC LUBRICANT and require no lubricant maintenance. User has not to fill any grade of lubricant. The low and medium power gearunit sizes 1 Change or shaft handling This is achieved easily and quickly by just replacing the cap from one end of the worm shaft only in the 5 3 1 , 2, 2 and 3 SNU gear units. It is not necessary to dismantle the complete gear case of 1 , 1 8 4 4 unit. While in 4 SNU onwards, just replace the fan and fancowl from one end to other end of the worm shaft.
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TABLE NO. 1 LOAD CLASSIFICATION BY APPLICATIONS


Driven Machine Type of Load
U M M U M U U M U M U U H M U M M H U M M M * H M U M U U U * U M M U H * * M M U

Driven Machine
Reciprocating Screw Food Industry Beef slicer Cereal cooker Laundry machines Washers, tumblers Line shaft Mills Hammers Ball kilns, pebbles Rod tumbling barrels Cement kilns Dryers and coolers Mixers Concrete mixers Sugar industry Cane knives Crushers Mills Oil industry Chillers Rotary kilns Paper mill Bleacher conveyor press, winder Calendars, agitators, beater and pulper Pumps Centrifugal Reciprocating (three or more cylinders) Gear, lobe type Rubber & plastic industry Crackers Fixing mills Laboratory equipment Refiners Sheeters Tubers and strainers Warming mills Tyre and Tube press Sand Mullers Screens Air washing Rotary-stone / gravel Textile industry Batches Calendars Dyeing machinery Spinners Washers Winders Wire-drawing, Flattening machine Wire Winding machine

Type of Load
H M M U M M H M H M M M M * M * H * M M

Agitators & mixers Pure Liquids, semi-liquids Liquids and solids variable density Liquids with variable density Blowers Centrifugal, vane Lobe Brewing & distilling Bottle machinery Brew kettle continuous duty Cookers, scale hopper (frequent starts) Cane filling Machinery Cane knives Clarifiers Classifiers Clay-working machinery brick press, briquette machine Pug mill, clay-working machinery Compressors Centrifugal Lobe Reciprocating multi-cylinder Reciprocating single-cylinder Conveyors - Uniformly loaded or fed Apron, Belt, Bucket, Screw Conveyors - Heavy Duty - Not Uniformly fed Apron, Belt, Bucket, Screw Reciprocating and shaker Cranes Main Hoist Bridge Travel Crushers Ore, Stone Sugar Elevators Bucket-uniform load Bucket-heavy load Bucket-continuous load Centrifugal discharge Gravity discharge Passenger lifts Fans Centrifugal Induced draft Large (mine, industrial, etc.) Light (small diameter) Cooling Towers Induced draft forced draft Feeders Apron Belt Disc.

M U M U H H M M M M M M M U M M M M M M M M M * * * * * * *

* Should be selected on the basis of 24 hours / day service only & consult Elecon.

ENQUIRY
1. 2. 3. 4. Type of prime mover, KW rating, speed R.P.M. Required reduction ratio & Handing. Type of driven machine, actual power required, designed speed R.P.M., peak and shock (give magnitude and duration where possible). Type of drive employed between (i) Prime mover and reducer. (ii) Reducer and driven machine 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. No. of hours / day the gear unit will be in operation. Ambient conditions, i.e., temperature, humidity. Whether holdback required ? Specify direction of rotation, if holdback is to be fitted. Details of any external loads imposed on gear unit. Give sketch of available space.

Explanation and use of ratings and service factors. Gear unit selection is made by comparing actual loads with catalogue ratings. Catalogue ratings are based on a standard set of loading conditions whereas actual load conditions vary according to type of application. Service factors are therefore used to calculate an equivalent load to compare with catalogue ratings. P Mechanical ratings and service factor (FM) Mechanical ratings measure capacity in terms of life and/or strength assuming 12 hr/day continuous running under uniform load conditions. Catalogue ratings allow 100% overload at starting, breaking or momentarily during operations up to 12 hours per day. TABLE NO.2 Mechanical service factor (FM)
Prime mover Duration of service hrs per day Load classification - driven machine Moderate Heavy Uniform Shock Shock 0.80 1.00 1.25 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.50 1.75 2.00

Electinc motor, Under : 3 steam lurbine 3 to 10 or Over 10 to 24 hydraulic motor Multi-cylinder internal, combustion engine Under : 3 3 to 10 Over 10 to 24

1.00 1.25 1.50

1.25 1.50 1.75

1.75 2.00 2.25

Single cylinder Under : 3 internal 3 to 10 combustion Over 10 to 24 engine

1.25 1.50 1.75

1.50 1.75 2.00

2.00 2.25 2.50

For Units subject to frequent starts/stops and overloads, also applications where high inertia loads are involved e.g. crane travel drives, slewing motion etc. consult Elecon.

P Thermal ratings and Thermal service factor (FT) Thermal ratings measure a unit's ability to dissipate heat, if they are not exceeded, the lubricant may overheat and break down resulting in failure of gear unit. Thermal ratings are affected by ambient temperature and not by mechanical considerations such as increased running time and shock loads. Catalogue ratings are given on 20C ambient temperature allowing for a lubricant temperature rise to 100C during operation as the unit transmit power and generate heat. Thermal ratings calculated with unit fan cooling. Thermal service factor FT (Table No. 3) is used to modify the actual load according to prevailing ambient temperature. TABLE NO. 3 THERMAL SERVICE FACTOR (FT) Ambient Temp C Factor 10 0.87 20 1.00 30 1.16 40 1.35 50 1.62 60 1.97

If the ambient temperature is other than 20C, divide the catalogue thermal rating by the factor from Table No. 3
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EXAMPLE - 1 Worm reduction gear having input (worm) above the wheel required for belt conveyor where non-uniform material is fed on conveyor belt, operating for 8 hours per day. Speed required at conveyor shaft is 50 rpm. The gear unit is driven directly using coupling by 7.5 KW, 1500 rpm electric motor. SOLUTION STEP : 1 STEP : 2 Ratio required From Table No.1 Drive m/c Material Type of Load From Table No.2 Mechanical service factor (Fm) = 1.25 for 8 hr/day operation STEP : 3 Input power = = = : = Motor Power x Fm 7.5 x 1.25 9.375 KW Rating at Input 1500 rpm, Ratio - 30:1 6 Ratio - 30:1 12.2 KW = Input speed Output speed Belt conveyor Non uniform fed Moderate shock (M) = 1500 50 = 30:1

From catalogue Gear unit size Input Power EXAMPLE - 2

Gear unit type/size : 6 SNU-O, Ratio - 30:1 Worm reduction gear unit underdriven type is required to drive a bucket elevator heavily loaded, operating 24 hours per day at 29 rpm, transmitting 30 KW. The gear unit is directly driven using coupling by 1500 rpm of an electric motor. The ambient temperature is around 30C on plant. SOLUTION : STEP : 1 Ratio required = Input speed = 1500 29 = 51.7:1

Output speed Nearest standard ratio available is 50:1 From Table No. 1 Driven m/c Type of Load From Table No. 2 -

STEP : 2

Bucket Elevator (Heavily Loaded) Moderate shock (M),

Mechanical service factor (Fm) = 1.50 for 24 running hrs/day continuous STEP : 3 30 x 1.5 = 45 KW 9550 x 45 = 14818.96 Nm Equivalent output torque (Mechanical) = 29 From catalogue. Refer rating at input speed 1500 rpm, Ratio - 50:1 Gear unit size 14, ratio 50:1 having output torque (Mechanical) = 16457.4 Nm Input power (Mechanical) = 62 KW From Table No. 3 Thermal service factor (Ft) = 1.16 For an ambient temp. of 30C Equivalent output power (Thermal) Equivalent output torque (Thermal)
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Equivalent output power (Mechanical) =

STEP : 4

= = =

30 KW x 1.16 34.8 KW 9550 x 34.8 29

= 11460 Nm.

STEP : 5

From catalogue, rating at input 1500 rpm Ratio - 50:1, for 14 size Output torque (Thermal) = 10486.9 Nm, which is less than calculated equivalent Output torque (Thermal) = 11460 Nm Higher gear unit size 17 SFU, Ratio - 50:1 is to be selected where at input 1500 rpm Where, Output torque (Mechanical) = 29064 Nm and Input power (Mechanical) = 110 KW Required Input power = Calculated equivalent output torque (Mech.) x Rated power (Mech.) Rated output torque (Mech.) x Fm = 37.39 KW 29064 x 1.5 Nearest standard motor having 37 KW at 1500 rpm can be selected for the application. = 14818.96 x 110

EXAMPLE - 3 Worm reduction gear (underdriven type) required to drive a clay-working machine for continuous 10 hours/day. The power required at clay-working machine is 5 KW at 50 rpm, ambient temperature is 40C. Also suggest an electric motor power at 1500 rpm to drive the gear unit. SOLUTION : STEP : 1 STEP : 2 Ratio required = From Table No.1 Driven m/c - Clay-working machinery, Type of Load - Moderate shock (M), From Table No.2 Mechanical service factor (Fm) = 1.25 for 10 running hrs/day continuous From Table No.3 Thermal service factor (Ft) = 1.35 at 40C ambient temp. The higher of the above two service factor i.e. 1.35 is to be considered as a service factor. STEP : 3 Equivalent output power = 5 KW x 1.35 = 6.75 KW Equivalent output torque = STEP : 4 = 1289.25 Nm 50 From catalogue, Refer rating at Input speed 1500 rpm, Ratio - 30:1 Gear unfit size 6 SNU-U, Ratio 50:1 having Input power = 12.2 KW 9550 x 6.75 Input speed Output speed = 1500 50 = 30:1

Output torque = 1980.7 Nm STEP : 5 Required Input power = = Calculated equivalent output torque x Rated input power Rated output torque x Service factor 1289.25 x 12.2

= 5.88 KW 1980.7 x 1.35 Suggest nearest standard A.C. electric motor having 7.5 KW at 1500 rpm to drive gear unit size 6 SNU-U, Ratio 30:1.
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GEAR RATIO 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 300 200 150 100 75 60 50 37.5 30 25 21.4 SIZE OF UNIT CAPACITY INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm 15 8 1.46 44.2 1.3 54.6 1.2 69.5 1.14 90.36 0.8 86.6 0.7 79.1 0.6 85.6 0.45 88 0.34 70.4 0.3 58.5 0.26 58.1 13 4 2 56.6 1.45 61 1.3 74.5 1.2 96.3 0.83 88.8 0.72 90 0.63 91.5 0.5 94.3 0.36 78 0.31 75.8 0.27 74 2 2.9 83.1 2.2 92.4 1.75 97 1.6 122.2 1.5 149 1.3 155.1 1.15 160.3 0.8 146.7 0.65 145 0.45 110 0.4 107 2 1 4 3.8 112.5 3 127 2.8 146 1.9 154.2 1.62 161 1.44 176.5 1.3 186.2 0.97 177.9 0.72 160.4 0.55 140.7 0.43 124.7 3 8 231.8 6.86 294.8 5.75 325.8 4.13 347.1 3.78 404.3 3.15 411.1 2.75 430.7 2.27 439.4 1.82 423 1.6 434 1.3 406.1

GEAR RATIO 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70


OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 300 200 150 100 75 60 50 37.5 30 25 21.4

SIZE OF UNIT CAPACITY INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm 1 2 12.5 362.1 8 343.8 7 392.2 6 492.8 4.6 503.7 4 547.5 3.6 550 2.8 549.1 2.1 508 1.8 515.7 1.13 462.3 3 4 14.1 420.1 10 444.1 8.5 503.3 7 568.2 6.1 652.8 5 684.4 4.5 747.8 3.8 754.8 3 764 2.6 739.9 2.3 759.5 5 23.5 710.6 18.2 820 16.5 966.5 12 986 11.5 1205.2 9 1218.3 7.5 1217.6 5.8 1168 5 1257.4 4.2 1171.2 3.6 1124.6 6 41 1253 27 1211.9 24 1444 21.5 1827.4 16.2 1836.8 13 1810.5 12.2 1980.7 10.4 2118.8 8.5 2088.4 7 2032.2 5.8 1811.8 7 55 1646.6 43.2 1935 33.1 1952.3 30 2580 25.8 2814 20 2706 17 2760 15 3132.4 13 3228 11 3193.5 8.5 2769.1 8 72 2177.4 58 2603 46 2753 40 3514.4 31.2 3496.1 28 3788.2 23 3778 20 4278.4 17 4437.5 14 4011 11.3 3782 9 82.4 2491.2 63.4 2933.2 74.5 4506 56 5027 48 5447.3 42 6061.5 40 6876 32 7253 27 7220 22 6597 19 6868

The Ratings are based on service factor of 1, continuously transmitted for 12 hours/day with normal overload of 100% momentarily for 15 seconds, 40% for 30 minutes, 25% for 2 hours. See Page No. 9 for actual service factor to nature of load and duration of operation. Ratios and output speeds are nominal. Exact ratios are listed on Page No. 30 Higher rating can be obtained by using SYNTHETIC OIL, details on Page No. 32

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GEAR RATIO 5 OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 300 CAPACITY INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQ;UE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) SIZE OF UNIT 10.5 139.3 4260.2 94.03 2843.6 94 4309 84.3 3845.5 84 4920.2 79.1 4748 63 5535.2 60.4 5454.4 55.2 6393.2 49 5615.4 48 6723.2 41.1 5846.7 42 7059.3 34 5714.7 36 7793 29 6277.5 32 8455 25 6764 27.4 8373 21.45 6555 24.5 8528 19.2 6683.2

7.5

200

10

150

15

100

20

75

25

60

30

50

40

37.5

50

30

60

25

70

21.4

The Ratings are based on service factor of 1, continuously transmitted for 12 hours/day with normal overload of 100% momentarily for 15 seconds, 40% for 30 minutes, 25% for 2 hours. See Page No. 9 for actual service factor to nature of load and duration of operation. Ratios and output speeds are nominal. Exact ratios are listed on Page No. 30 For rating marked * consult ELECON Higher rating can be obtained by using SYNTHETIC OIL, details on Page No. 32

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GEAR RATIO 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 200 133 100 66.7 50 40 33.4 25 20 16.7 14.3 SIZE OF UNIT CAPACITY INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm 5 8 1.17 55.9 0.95 58 0.85 72.4 0.82 103.3 0.7 107 0.6 114.6 0.54 112.7 0.42 112.3 0.3 70.2 0.24 67.25 0.2 65.5 1 3 4 1.3 54.6 0.98 60.5 0.9 70.5 0.85 96.1 0.8 119.2 0.72 123.8 0.6 121.8 0.54 136.1 0.4 122.2 0.31 113.5 0.22 88.2 1 2 2.8 119 1.95 122.8 1.57 137.9 1.5 195.4 1.45 213.3 1.18 210.71 0.85 177.4 0.73 189.6 0.6 182.8 0.39 127.1 0.33 127.8 SIZE OF UNIT CAPACITY 3 INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm 1 2 4 12.2 553.4 9.04 610.2 7.8 692.8 6.5 856.2 6.2 1065.8 5 1026.6 4.2 1008.8 3.72 1122.6 2.6 918.7 2.22 939.4 2.16 980.9 5 22.2 1022.9 17 1147.4 14.59 1295.8 9.3 1225 8.8 1462.3 7.1 1440.9 6.2 1524.6 4.9 1516.2 4.2 1544.2 3.6 1482.3 3.13 1463.2 6 32.23 1462 25 1687.4 22.4 2010.8 16.5 2197.1 13 2185 10.2 2094.3 9 2187.4 7.8 2383.7 6.6 2426.7 5.4 2254.3 4.6 2089 7 46.5 2087.2 37 2497.4 28.24 2481.2 24.2 3187.7 17.5 2874.6 15.6 3203.1 14.23 3417.8 11 3445.6 9.6 3529.7 8.2 3423.1 6.9 3317.8 8 59.1 2717.6 47.46 3254.5 38.5 3492.9 29.5 3928.1 24.2 3882.6 21 4412.1 18.8 4569.1 14.5 4542 13 4966 11 4717.8 8.88 4210.5 9 64.4 2912 54.1 3682.1 48.5 4400 37.3 4966 30.8 5471 27 5673 23.2 5722 20 6417 15.4 5956.3 13.1 5993 10.1 5961.2 2 1 4 3 6.1 262.1 5.23 338 4.58 389.3 3.84 483.8 2.8 470.6 2.33 472.8 2 468.9 1.88 574.5 1.45 498.5 1.26 490 1.12 486.2

3 129.6 2.4 155 1.65 141.8 1.6 208.5 1.55 236.8 1.3 232.8 1.21 256 0.82 216.1 0.73 226.6 0.49 161.2 0.39 148.5

GEAR RATIO 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70


OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 200 133 100 66.7 50 40 33.4 25 20 16.7 14.3

10.56 451.8 6.86 438.4 6.6 554.7 5 615.7 4.3 698.1 3.15 601.7 2.9 646.8 2.5 716.3 1.8 601.6 1.43 547.9 1.21 484.8

The Ratings are based on service factor of 1, continuously transmitted for 12 hours/day with normal overload of 100% momentarily for 15 seconds, 40% for 30 minutes, 25% for 2 hours. See Page No. 9 for actual service factor to nature of load and duration of operation. Ratios and output speeds are nominal. Exact ratios are listed on Page No. 30 Higher rating can be obtained by using SYNTHETIC OIL, details on Page No. 32

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RATINGS AT INPUT SPEED 1000 R.P.M.


GEAR RATIO 5 OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 200 CAPACITY INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQ;UE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) SIZE OF UNIT 10.5 112.8 5143.8 81.15 3681.5 83 5649 60.44 4113.6 57.3 5143.8 54.5 4944.5 50 6657.8 43.3 5579.6 44.5 7649.5 34.3 5896.2 36 7735.5 30 6446.25 31 7828.5 26.86 6776.8 28.7 8770.1 20.14 6385.6 21.6 8302.7 17.91 6841.6 19 8475 14.2 6338 15.8 8125 13 6685

7.5

133

10

100

15

66.7

20

50

25

40

30

33.4

40

25

50

20

60

16.7

70

14.3

The Ratings are based on service factor of 1, continuously transmitted for 12 hours/day with normal overload of 100% momentarily for 15 seconds, 40% for 30 minutes, 25% for 2 hours. See Page No. 9 for actual service factor to nature of load and duration of operation. Ratios and output speeds are nominal. Exact ratios are listed on Page No. 30 For rating marked * consult ELECON Higher rating can be obtained by using SYNTHETIC OIL, details on Page No. 32

13

RATINGS AT INPUT SPEED 750 R.P.M.


GEAR RATIO 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 150 100 75 50 37.5 30 25 18.8 15 12.5 10.7 SIZE OF UNIT CAPACITY INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm 5 8 0.98 54.7 0.77 60.5 0.58 60.6 0.52 72.5 0.45 78.6 0.38 78.6 0.36 82.5 0.32 89.4 0.24 79.5 0.2 79.5 0.16 75.7 1 3 4 1.14 63.5 0.8 63.4 0.65 67.9 0.53 81 0.48 95.4 0.42 97.6 0.38 101.6 0.36 124.4 0.28 94.5 0.23 87.9 0.18 88.4 1 2 1.8 110.6 1.34 110.1 1.12 119.8 0.85 128.3 0.76 151 0.56 139.1 0.48 135.7 0.4 138.2 0.32 138.5 0.28 139.1 0.2 108.9 SIZE OF UNIT CAPACITY INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm 1 2 7.15 409.7 5.83 478.8 5.52 611.5 4.1 673.5 3.5 737.1 2.8 739.8 2.3 682.3 1.77 660.9 1.47 627.1 1.27 628.2 1.12 599.8 3 4 10.47 619.9 8.1 707.1 6.3 722 5.2 795 3.7 782.8 3.11 760.3 2.75 772.1 2.14 751.2 1.81 790.5 1.73 867.1 1.46 831.4 5 17 1014.2 15.1 1333.9 11.59 1338.5 8 1333.7 6.44 1387.5 5.5 1267.6 4.8 1420.3 3.7 1336.5 3.17 1374.4 2.92 1470.2 2.58 1538.2 6 24.03 1442.7 21.45 1911.2 16.91 1916.4 13.13 2221.9 10 2181 7.82 2078.6 7.4 2252.5 5.75 2234.5 5.15 2347.6 4.21 2196.8 3.61 2255.4 7 32.61 1964.1 29.18 2600 23.17 2723.14 18.02 3118.3 13.5 2993.5 12.1 3270.2 11.33 3492.7 8.33 3228.6 8 3739.3 7 3632.1 5.5 3475.5 8 42.91 2592.6 39.48 3544.1 30.04 3538.2 24.15 4202.1 18 4001.7 16.31 4449.6 14.08 4335.1 10.6 4122.2 9.44 4501.6 8.66 4518.9 7 4572 9 45.48 2753.7 42.91 3864.3 36.04 4295.4 28.3 4884.4 23.2 5180.8 19.74 5423 17 5374.4 13.3 5371.1 11 5253.3 10 5737.5 8.4 5585.4 1 4 2.1 117.3 1.45 123.9 1.24 137.4 0.93 151 0.86 170.8 0.75 181.5 0.6 176.5 0.45 160 0.39 168.8 0.31 154 0.26 150.8 2 3 4.04 234.1 3.5 310.9 3.21 372 2.16 350.7 1.85 391 1.7 432.9 1.5 435.5 1.4 526.3 1.28 570.5 1.12 564.8 0.87 520.3

GEAR RATIO 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70


OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 150 100 75 50 37.5 30 25 18.8 15 12.5 10.7

The Ratings are based on service factor of 1, continuously transmitted for 12 hours/day with normal overload of 100% momentarily for 15 seconds, 40% for 30 minutes, 25% for 2 hours. See Page No. 9 for actual service factor to nature of load and duration of operation. Ratios and output speeds are nominal. Exact ratios are listed on Page No. 30 Higher rating can be obtained by using SYNTHETIC OIL, details on Page No. 32

14

RATINGS AT INPUT SPEED 750 R.P.M.


GEAR RATIO 5 OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 150 CAPACITY 10.5 INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) 108.65 6571.5 78.23 4731.3 71.5 6418.6 54 4796 55 6443.1 48 5623 48 8251.2 39 6704.1 41.8 9474.1 32 7252.9 34.1 9444 27 7477.6 25.52 7993.88 23.13 7243.7 23.76 9897.1 18 7497.8 20 9932 16 7945.6 15.73 9373.8 13.75 8193.9 11.88 7952.38 10.45 7088.4 SIZE OF UNIT 12 14 17

7.5

100

10

75

15

50

20

37.5

25

30

30

25

40

18.8

50

15

60

12.5

70

10.7

The Ratings are based on service factor of 1, continuously transmitted for 12 hours/day with normal overload of 100% momentarily for 15 seconds, 40% for 30 minutes, 25% for 2 hours. See Page No. 9 for actual service factor to nature of load and duration of operation. Ratios and output speeds are nominal. Exact ratios are listed on Page No. 30 For rating marked * consult ELECON Higher rating can be obtained by using SYNTHETIC OIL, details on Page No. 32

15

RATINGS AT INPUT SPEED 500 R.P.M.


GEAR RATIO 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 100 66.7 50 33.3 25 20 16.6 12.5 10 8.33 7.14 CAPACITY INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm SIZE OF UNIT 5 1 8 0.72 61.9 0.61 81.2 0.47 73.3 0.41 85.8 0.32 89.2 0.3 100.3 0.27 101 0.23 98.4 0.19 96.8 0.17 98.8 0.13 88.7 3 1 4 0.86 74.3 0.88 85.1 0.5 80.2 0.44 102.2 0.35 107.3 0.33 113.5 0.3 117.4 0.27 115.5 0.21 108.3 0.19 111.1 0.16 106.4 2 1.4 120.3 0.95 114.3 0.85 133.1 0.68 156 0.51 156 0.43 173 0.36 175 0.33 164 0.25 153 0.21 149.2 0.16 124.1 SIZE OF UNIT CAPACITY INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm INPUT POWER KW OUTPUT TORQUE Nm 1 2 6.1 524.3 4.2 511.2 3.52 567.4 2.8 669.7 2.2 687 1.75 651.8 1.66 802.2 1.35 835.4 1.1 787.8 0.93 778.3 0.8 792 3 4 7.65 674 5.5 722.4 4.6 790 3.72 925.8 3.1 1005.4 2.5 981.3 2 935.4 1.6 951 1.43 1002.4 1.27 975.5 1.1 978.4 5 12.36 1086 10 1315.8 8.67 1488.7 6 1507.4 5.2 1696.4 4.6 1838.5 3.8 1748.9 3.1 1807.1 2.58 1747 2.12 1487.5 1.8 1555.3 6 16.8 1476.1 14.4 1882.4 12.6 2158.7 9.7 2439.7 7.55 2468.8 6.6 2644.1 5.8 2652.7 4.8 2801.7 4 2765.7 3.2 2557.1 2.85 2470.2 7 24.2 2103.1 21.5 2792.1 6.7 2806 13.4 3381.8 10.5 3425.4 9.4 3779.3 8 3649.7 6.8 3979.5 6.6 4027.6 5.15 4097.6 4.14 3593.8 8 31.34 2723.6 28.65 3765.7 23.3 4125.4 18.12 4413.3 13.3 4476 12.1 5032.4 10.65 5158.9 8.67 5067.3 7.5 5386.2 6.25 5015.8 5.55 4973.6 9 40 3476.2 33 4309.1 28 4813.2 24 6125.8 17.5 6009.8 14.5 6120.6 13 6491.7 9.78 6194.2 8.7 6480.6 7.5 6577.8 6.6 6444.2 1 4 1.52 132.1 1.16 144.5 0.98 161.6 0.74 179.2 0.62 189.5 0.49 175.5 0.42 176.4 0.37 192.2 0.3 180 0.25 172 0.2 155.2 2 3 3.46 300.7 3.65 388.7 2.6 442 1.9 468.6 1.36 431.2 1.23 469.9 1.15 502.8 0.93 525.8 0.85 592.6 0.7 561.8 0.65 599.9

GEAR RATIO 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70


OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 100 66.7 50 33.3 25 20 16.6 12.5 10 8.33 7.14

The Ratings are based on service factor of 1, continuously transmitted for 12 hours/day with normal overload of 100% momentarily for 15 seconds, 40% for 30 minutes, 25% for 2 hours. See Page No. 9 for actual service factor to nature of load and duration of operation. Ratios and output speeds are nominal. Exact ratios are listed on Page No. 30 Higher rating can be obtained by using SYNTHETIC OIL, details on Page No. 32

16

RATINGS AT INPUT SPEED 500 R.P.M.


GEAR RATIO 5 OUTPUT SPEED R.P.M. 100 CAPACITY INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) INPUT MECH. POWER (KW) OUTPUT MECH. TORQUE (Nm) INPUT THERMAL POWER (KW) OUTPUT THERMAL TORQUE (Nm) SIZE OF UNIT 10.5 78 7002.1 46 4129.4 50.2 6741.9 37.3 5009.4 43.5 7762.9 31.75 5649.8 34.5 9063 25.7 6751.3 26.86 9029.3 22.3 7496.4 21 8423.1 18 7220 17.35 8184.8 15.8 7453.6 16 9534.7 13.1 7806.6 15.4 11030.3 12 8595 12.83 10590.5 10.25 8460.9 10.2 9959.3 8.6 8397

7.5

66.7

10

50

15

33.3

20

25

25

20

30

16.6

40

12.5

50

10

60

8.33

70

7.14

The Ratings are based on service factor of 1, continuously transmitted for 12 hours/day with normal overload of 100% momentarily for 15 seconds, 40% for 30 minutes, 25% for 2 hours. See Page No. 9 for actual service factor to nature of load and duration of operation. Ratios and output speeds are nominal. Exact ratios are listed on Page No. 30 For rating marked * consult ELECON Higher rating can be obtained by using SYNTHETIC OIL, details on Page No. 32

17

5 1 /8 SNU

2
40 117 40

40
11

117

4
20 k6 33

67

98 48 45 45

63.5

59

59

60

16 k6

45 40 40
130 165

41.275

130 152

41

36 M6x12DEEP 125

54 60.5

11
14 37 49 60 37 49 60

40 59 70

40 59 70

11

11

13.00

16.50

MOUNTING POSITIONS USING FOOT NO. 1 FOR NU-U FOOT NO. 2 FOR NU-O FOOT NO. 3 FOR NU-V FOOT NO. 4 FOR NU-H

3 1 /4 SNU
4

MOUNTING POSITIONS USING FOOT NO. 3 FOR NU-V FOOT NO. 4 FOR NU-H

Key & Keyways as per IS 2048. Shaft limits up to 58dia.-k6 and above 58 dia.-m6 18

2 TO 3 SNU-U, O, V

K2 HV

K2 C1

EO

HO

D2

M2

L2
A2 B2
V1 45 45 45 V2 55 55 70

M1

EU

V1

V2

HU D1

A2 L1 K1 A B K3
W1
C

B2 A1 B1
W2

T2 T1

SIZE 2 SNU 2 /4 SNU 3 SNU


1

A 95

B 142

A1

B1

C 14 14 20

A2

B2

C1 14 14 16

S 11 11 14

HU 70 70 102

EU 120.8 127.15 178.20

HO 133.8 142.15 181.20

EO 83 85 105

HV 94 100 125

K 50.8

K1 133

K2 128 136 175

K3 140 150 165

D1 16 22 25

L1 47 50 50

M1 MB

T1 13 18.5 21

W1 5 6 8

D2 25 25 38

L2 57 60 75

M2 M12

T2 21 21 33

W2 8 8 10

100 125 105 132 160 192

120 150 120 150 200 240

105 152 140 180

57.15 142 76.20 155

3.54 SNU-U

M8

238 284 35

Key & Keyways as per IS 2048. Shaft limits up to 58dia.-k6 and above 58 dia.-m6 19

3.54 SNU-O

3.54 SNU-V

Key & Keyways as per IS 2048. Shaft limits up to 58dia.-k6 and above 58 dia.-m6 20

4 TO 10.5 SNU SNU-U


K2 K1
BREATHER & FILLER PLUG

K4

K3

T1
L2 V2
D2

M1

L1 V1

GREASE NIPPLE OIL LEVEL INDICATOR

IN PUT SHAFT KEYWAY DETAIL

M2

EU

T2
HU
D1

S AU A BU B

OUT PUT SHAFT KEYWAY DETAIL

SIZE 4 SNU-U 5 SNU-U 6 SNU-U 7 SNU-U 8 SNU-U 9 SNU-U 10.5 SNU-U

AU

BU 160 200 241 265 265 282 330

CU 25 30 32 36 40 40 50

S 18 18 23 23 27 27 33

HU 108 118 127 146 146 154 172

EU 209.6 245 279.4 323.8 349.2 382.6 438.7

P 325 385 450 524 574 635 720

D1 32 35 38 40 45 50

L1 65 70 75 82 88 95

V1 60 65 70 79 85 92 110

M1 M12 M12 M12 M16

T1 27 30 33 35

W1 10 10 10 12 14 14 18

K1 215 242 279 311 342 375 450

K2 440 492 580 656 710 776 925

D2 45 50 58 65 70 75 80

L2 90 100 114 130 140 145 150

V2 85 95 111 127 137 140 147

M2 M16 M16 M20 M20 M20 M20 M20

T2 39.5 44.5 52 58 62.5 67.5 71

W2 14 14 16 18 20 20 22

W2
K3 215 235 274 287 312 325 352

DRAIN PLUG

W1

K4 115 130 155 160 175 180 200

250 180 200 300 220 252 354 266 302 400 306 340 440 343 340 490 390 344 590 432 430

M16 39.5 M16 44.5 M20 53

60 115

SNU-O
K2 K1
BREATHER & FILLER PLUG

K4

K3

T1

D1

V1 L1

M1

OIL LEVEL INDICATOR GREASE NIPPLE

L2 V2

M2
D2

HO

T2

EO

DRAIN PLUG

CO

AO A

BO B

SIZE 4 SNU-O 5 SNU-O 6 SNU-O 7 SNU-O 8 SNU-O 9 SNU-O 10.5 SNU-O

AO

B 240 270 310 340 340 414 484

BO 200 230 250 266 266 340 400

CO 25 25 30 44 44 44 50

S 18 18 23 23 27 27 33

HO 241.6 292 352.4 421.8 472.2 524.6 597.7

EO 140 165 200 244 269 296 331

P 350 410 479.4 568 618 679 770

D1 32 35 38 40 45 50 60

L1 65 70 75 82 68 95 115

V1 60 65 70 79 85 92 110

M1 M12 M12 M12 M16 M16 M16 M20

T1 27 30 33 35 39.5 44.5 53

W1 10 10 10 12 14 14 18

K1 215 242 279 311 342 375 450

K2 440 492 580 656 656 776 925

D2 45 50 58 65 70 75 80

L2 90 100 114 130 140 145 150

V2 85 95 111 127 137 140 147

M2 M16 M16 M20 M20 M20 M20 M20

T2 39.5 44.5 52 58 62.5 67.5 71

W2
W2 14 14 16 18 20 20 22 K3

W1

k4

250 180 300 220 354 266 400 306 440 343 490 390 590 432

215 115 235 130 274 155 287 160 312 175 325 180 352 200

Key & Keyways as per IS 2048. Shaft limits up to 58dia.-k6 and above 58 dia.-m6 21

SNU-V

Size 4 SNU-V 5 SNU-V 6 SNU-V 7 SNU-V 8 SNU-V 9 SNU-V 10.5 SNU-V

AV

CV 20 22 25 40 40 40 40

HV

P 325 385 450 524 574 635 720

D1 32 35 38 40 45 50

L1 65 70 75 82 88 95

V1 60 65 70 79 85 92 110

M1 M12 M12 M12 M16 M16 M16 M20

T1 27 30 33 35 39.5 44.5 53

W1 10 10 10 12 14 14 18

K1 215 242 279 311 342 375 450

K2 440 492 580 656 710 776 925

D2 45 50 58 65 70 75 80

L2 90 100 114 130 140 145 150

V2 85 95 111 127 137 140 147

M2 M16 M16 M20 M20 M20 M20 M20

T2 39.5 44.5 52 58 62.5 67.5 71

W2 14 14 16 18 18 20 22

K3 215 235 274 287 312 325 352

E 200 240 280 320 340 386 440

F 100 130 150 150 180 180 220

M3 M16 M16 M20 M20 M24 M24 M30

280 235 320 260 340 270 400 320 440 360 490 410 560 480

18 140 108 101.6 18 185 118 127

23 180 127 152.4 27 200 146 177.8 27 220 146 203.2 27 240 154 228.6 33 260 172 266.7

60 115

SNU-SM

SHAFT MOUNTED WORM GEAR UNIT

SIZE

H 70 102 108 118 127 146 146

U 85 105 115 140 170 200 225

K1 142 155 215 242 279 311 342 375 450

K2 295 330 440 492 580 656 710 776 925

G 75 100 115 145 165 160 180 190 205

J 58 80 95 115 132 132 148 157 180

N 4 5 6 15 20 8 8 8 8

D1 22 25 32 35 38 40 45 50 60

L1 50 50 65 70 75 82 88 95 115

V1 45 45 60 65 70 79 85 92 110

M1

T1

W1 8 8 10 10 10 12 14 14 18

D2 30 50 65 70 75 80 90

T2 33.3 53.8 69.4 75.1 80.1 85.6 95.6

W2 8 14 18 20 20 22 25 25 28

D3 50 80 95 105 105 120 130 140 152

D4 105 138 146 195 205 222 263 266 292

P 135 177 222 272 330 390 445 492 540

A 105 140 180 220 266 306 343 390 432

A1 105 160 160 200 241 266 266 282 330

B 152 180 250 300 354 400 440 490 590

B1 132 192 200 252 302 340 340 344 430

C 14 20 25 30 32 36 40 40 50

S 11 14 18 18 23 23 27 27 33

E 105 140 200 240 280 320 340 386 440

F 105 160

M2 11 14

O 8 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 12

Q 124 158 200

M3 M8 M8

R -

T -

21/4 SNU-SM 57.15 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SNU-SM 76.2

- 18.5 M8 M12 M12 M12 M16 21 27 30 33 35

SNU-SM 101.6 SNU-SM 127 SNU-SM 152.4 SNU-SM 177.8 SNU-SM 203.2 SNU-SM 228.6

100 M16 130 M16 150 M20 150 M20 160 M24 180 M24 220 M30

M8 165 20

250 M10 210 20 305 M10 250 20 355 M10 280 20 405 M12 318 20 460 M12 330 20 510 M12 380 20

M16 39.5 M16 44.5 M20 53

154 252.4 172 281.3

95 100.6 100 106.6

10.5 SNU-SM 266.7

Key & Keyways as per IS 2048. Shaft limits up to 58dia.-k6 and above 58 dia.-m6 22

ACTUAL GEAR RATIO


SIZE OF UNIT 1 5/8 1 /4 2 2 1/4 3 3.54 4 5 6 7 8 9 10.5 12 14 17
3

NOMINAL RATIO 5 5.25 5.20 5 4.8 4.83 4.83 4.83 4.83 4.86 5.14 5.14 5.14 5.14 4.9 5.1 5.1 7.5 7.33 7.33 7.5 7 7.25 7.25 7.24 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.20 7.20 7.33 7.43 7.57 7.37 10 10.5 9.66 9.5 10.5 9.67 9.66 9.67 9.67 9.67 9.67 9.75 9.75 9.75 9.8 9.8 9.83 15 14.5 14.5 15 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.67 14.67 14.67 14.67 14.67 14.67 14.75 20 20 21 19 21 20 20 19.5 19.5 19.5 19.5 19.5 19.5 19.5 20.5 20.33 19.66 25 25 26 25 24 25 25 25 25 25 24.5 24.5 24.5 24.5 24.5 24.5 25.5 30 30 29 30 29 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 29.5 29.5 30.5 29.5 40 40 40 40 39 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 39 40 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 49 49 60 60 60 61 60 60 59 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 61 60 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 71 71 70 71 71 71 70 70 69 71

OVERHUNG LOADS :
Whenever a sprocket, gear, sheave or pulley is mounted on the output shaft, a calculation should be made to determine the overhung load in Newtons on the shaft, using the formula : KW x 9550 x K P = N x R Where, P = equivalent overhung load in Newtons KW = power carried by shaft in Kilo Watts N = r.p.m. of the shaft R = pitch radius of sprocket, pinion, sheave or pulley in meter K = factor Overhung Member Sprocket Spur Pinion V-belt Sheave Flat Belt Pulley K Factor 1.00 1.25 1.50 2.00

The calculated equivalent overhung load should be compared with the permissible values given in the table.

Maximum permissible overhung loads (Newtons) at centre of wheel shaft extention at 1500 r.p.m. Input Speed.
RATIO BEARING NEAR SHAFT EXTENTION 5 7.5 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 60 70 STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB STD TRB STD TRB+CRB 2893 3025 2873 3060 4312 4928 4758 5148 2723 2695 2778 2750 2723 2640 4043 4059 4180 4378 4428 4565 2970 2893 2860 3047 2915 3135 4565 4400 4235 4400 4422 4345 1 5/8 3080 3102 3102 1 3/4 3108 3080 3058 2 4840 4785 4708 2 1/4 4851 4796 4829 3 4857 9216 5449 9981 6151 10769 7176 7877 8367 8848 9874 10468 11762 14028 3.54 4 SIZE OF UNIT 5 6 7 15818 22230 18900 23450 19350 25630 22300 23000 22250 21386 24035 25506 26880 29234 8 15900 24225 19363 26035 22335 31400 24090 32800 23800 24604 25520 29675 31078 32481 34100 9 10.5 12 22310 34650 27000 36650 32909 46636 33050 55120 33000 32636 32800 31325 32080 34650 41580 14 34654 50000 40500 54975 49363 69954 50875 87089 52080 65270 67980 76726 83450 85535 86310 55000 99000 63594 130633 65100 78824 81576 88071 100148 102642 103572 17

4950 10454 10351 11720 6600 11400 10351 13300 7150 11120 11088 15593 8272 10100 9680 10252 9295 10468 9130 11061 10450 12194 10780 13165 11110 13813 13695 14513

12180 13636 15800 20963 15090 16910 17600 24280 16000 17636 19500 25450 16620 17834 15300 18014 15545 18443 15000 19816 16618 22170 17805 24133 18830 25133 19747 26389

16800 19800 24335 29865 20010 22820 27110 33340 22860 26325 32000 33495 24000 28300 33000 41000 26840 27715 28600 28900 30800 29120 34650 35325 36740 33325 31195 31800 35320 30300

11924* 13750* 16600* 20110* 26575* 27780*

12841* 15400* 17481* 22800* 27220* 27980* 34600* 44825* 44815* 57674*

92000* 138000*

12734* 16375* 17481* 24700* 27280* 29423* 35988* 47300* 48800* 57004* 117068* 151025* 13165* 16500* 17914* 24400* 27468* 32373* 37769* 51150* 51200* 57800* 127545* 172185* 14244* 17688* 18990* 25575* 30411* 37769* 41760* 52495* 52015* 63272* 140745* 182968* 14838* 18832* 20126* 27366* 34335* 39710* 43812* 53000* 53800* 63305* 154935* 185922* 16133* 20075* 20880* 29136* 37572* 42516* 45646* 53120* 54000* 67630* 138050* 179465* 18345* 20350* 21474* 30269* 38357* 43066* 47696* 54000* 57475* 70950* 143484* 186530*

* SPECIAL HEAT - TREATED SHAFT IS SUPPLIED TRB CRB = = TAPER ROLLER BEARING CYLINDRICAL ROLLER BEARING

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AVERAGE WEIGHT IN KILOGRAMS


Gear Size 1 5/8 1 1/4 2 2 1/4 3 3.54 4 5 6 7 8 9 10.5

GEAR TYPE NET GR. NET GR. NET GR. NET GR.

NET GR. NET GR. NET GR. NET

GR. NET GR. NET GR. NET GR. NET GR. NET GR.

SNU-U SNU-O SNU-V SNU-SM

7 7 7.3 -

8.5 8.5 9 -

8 10.5 12 8 10.5 12 8.5 11.5 14 15

23 23 24 28

14 14 15 16

25 25 25 28

32 32 37 35

60 60 67 65

40 40 43 41

65 65 68 66

65

95

95

125 152 190 180 230 220 270 319 385 460 585

72 102 105 135 165 204 195 265 237 305 336 400 480 600 73 103 105 135 166 205 200 270 250 315 348 430 481 610 64 80 110 140 157 170 200 270 252 316 330 415 465 590

APPROXIMATE OIL CAPACITY FOR


SNU-U SNU-O SNU-V

SNU

GEAR UNIT IN LITRES


2.5 2.5 5.1 4.0 4 8 5.7 5 13.5 8.5 9.5 18 18 11 19 20 16 41 25 21 45 26

FILL AND FORGET

3.8 3.5

APPROXIMATE OIL CAPACITY FOR SNU-SM GEAR UNIT FOR DIFFERENT MOUNTING POSITIONS IN LITRES
A B C D/E FILL AND FORGET 4 2.5 2.5 3 5 2.5 2.5 3.5 7 4 4.7 8 10 6 8.8 11.6 18 9.5 18 19 19 11 20 20 41 16 25 25 45 21 26 26

12 Net Weight (kgs.) 580 900 25 660 920 27 660 845 29 780 940 A Approx. Oil Capacity in ltrs. For Diff. Mounting Positions B C D/E 24 22 26 23

14 885 1140 36 940 1180 38 870 1120 43 1280 1540 28 25 28 30

17 1260 1700 60 1380 1800 95 1575 2000 106 -

SFU

Gross Weight (kgs.) Oil Capacity (ltrs.) Net Weight (kgs.)

SFO

Gross Weight (kgs.) Oil Capacity (ltrs.) Net Weight (kgs.)

SFV

Gross Weight (kgs.) Oil Capacity (ltrs.) Net Weight (kgs.) Gross Weight (kgs.)

SSM

* * * *

Size 1 5/8 to 3 under 'FILL and FORGET' concept. i.e., Factory filled synthetic lubricant for lifetime lubrication For higher sizes 3.54 to 17 first filling of oil is not supplied with the gear unit. First change of oil should be made after 500 hrs. of operation. Subsequent oil change must be made after every 3000 hours of operation. The interval should not exceed 12 months. 24

RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS

MINERAL OIL : Brand International Brands British Petroleum Castrol Caltex Esso Petroleum Fuchs Mobil Oil Co. Shell Co. Indian Brands Bharat Petroleum Balmer Lawrie Fuchs Castrol Gulf Hindustan Petroleum Indian Oil Veedol Cabol 320 Renolin CKC 320 Alpha Zn 320 or Alpha Sp-320 or Tribol 1100/320 TGQA Gulf harmony 320 or Gulf EP 320 Enklo 320 or Parthan EP 320 Servomesh SP 320 or Servosystem 320 Avalon 320 CS 320 or GR-XP320 Alpha Zn 320 or Alpha Sp-320 or Tribol 1100/320 TGQA Meropa 320 Teresso 320 or Spartan 320 Renolin CKC 320 Mobil DTE Oil AA or Mobilgear 632 Vitera Oil 320 or Omela 320 Grade

Recommended Grease : For low speed of operations. Brand Castrol Indian Oil II Grade EPL 2 SERVOGEM EP 2

POLYGLYCOL BASED SYNTHETIC LUBRICANT P USE OF POLYGLYCOL BASED SYNTHETIC LUBRICANT IS ALSO ADVISABLE TO IMPROVE THE TRANSMITTING CAPACITY (RATING) OF GEAR UNITS MIN. 20% AS COMPARED WITH USE OF MINERAL OIL AT SAME WORKING TEMPERATURE. THIS GEAR OIL SHOWS EXCELLENT NON-AGEING STABILITY WITH FAVOURABLE INFLUENCE ON EFFICIENCY.

Approved Synthetic Lubricants

Brand Castrol Fuchs

Grade Tribol 800-220 Renolin PG 220

Special Note : Synthetic Lubricants must not be mixed with any other type of oil. The gear unit must be flushed while changing to or from this lubricant.

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MOUNTING POSITIONS AND SHAFT HANDING :


B Breather plug D Drain plug L Oil Level indicator G Grease Nipple

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OPTIONAL STANDARD FEATURES


1. SPRAG Holdbacks for Non-reversible Drives ELECON gear unit can be supplied, fitted with sprag holdback for non-reversible drives it is essential that the load or driven mechanism is prevented from running backwards after the driving motor is stripped e.g. inclined conveyors, elevator, winches etc. The sprag holdback is incorporated on the fan end side of the high speed shaft. Visually and dimensionally the ELECON unit is unchanged. The hold back can be provided for either direction of rotation and the same should be specified when ordering. 2. Base Frame Fabricated steel base frames are also supplied when requires. Steel Gearcases ELECON gear unit can be supplied with cast or fabricated steel cases for heavy duty application when loadings on the housings are in excess of the capacities of standard cast iron cases. 4. Wormwheel construction Standard worm wheel comprise phosphourous bronze rims continuous welded to cast iron centres, where the duties demand rims are welded to steel centres. Slow speed shafts ELECON gear unit can be supplied with special slow speed shafts where required, These include units with special single extension, double extended shafts to the standard dimensions listed in this catalogue or special double ended extension. Additionally single or double ended shaft can be supplied in high tensile steel to heavy duty applications.

3.

5.

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PRODUCT SAFETY INFORMATION


General ELECON gear units will operate safety provided that they are selected, installed, used and maintained property. As with any equipment consists of rotating swhafts and transmitting power, adequate guarding is necessary to elimiate the possibility of physical contact with rotating shafts or coupling. The following points should be noted and brought to attention to the persons involved in the installation, use and maintenance of equipment. 1. 2. For lifting of gearunit eye-bolts or lifting points (on larger units) should be used. Check the grade and quantity of lubrication before commissioning. Read and carry out all instructions on lubricant plate and in the installation and maintenance manual literature. Installation must be performed in accordance with the manufacturer's instruction and be undertaken by suitably qualified personnel. Ensure the proper maintenance of gearboxes in operation. USE ONLY ELECON SPARES FOR GEARBOXES. The oil level should be examined periodically, if required the oil should be filled again. The operating speeds, transmitting powers, generated torques or the external loads must not exceed the design values. The driving and the driven equipment must be correctly selected to ensure that the complete installation of the machinery will perform satisfactorily e.g. avoiding system critical speeds, system torsional vibration etc.

Potential Hazards

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ELECON ENGINEERING CO. LTD.


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