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New single stage NORDBLOC.1 helical gear units


NORD DRIVESYSTEMS has extended its range of single stage NORDBLOC.1 helical gear units with three larger sizes. The new drive units provide high output torques as well as maximum radial and axial load capacity.

The new single stage NORDBLOC.1 helical gear unit from NORD DRIVESYSTEMS provides high output torques and maximum radial and axial load capacity With its single stage NORDBLOC.1 helical gear units the  NORD DRIVESYSTEMS range includes innovative drive units with high efficiency and long service life. The drive specialist has now extended its successful series with three larger sizes.

The three new products SK 871.1, SK 971.1 and SK 1071.1 have powers from 0.12 to 45 kW and cover the torque range up to 1,000 Nm. Thanks to optimised bearings, they can reliably handle large axial and radial forces. The robust, cast iron gear units are therefore optimally suitable for pumps and agitators.

The innovative NORDBLOC.1 helical gear units impress with their high efficiencies, compact design and ultimate reliability. They do not have any separating joints or closing caps. This increases the stability of the product and at the same time provides a smoother surface on which neither liquids nor solid materials can accumulate. The FEM-optimised UNICASE housing ensures maximum strength and rigidity.

The modular design provides wide application flexibility due to numerous configuration and mounting options. All variants are available as flange mounted (B5 or B14), or foot/flange mounted versions. Options for IEC and NEMA motor mounting as well as a wide range of equipment variants for shafts, bearings and lubrication can be flexibly implemented.