PerforMax Plus – A Powerhouse With Maximum Performance On Smallest Space

The drive specialist Zeitlauf is unveiling the robust and powerful PerforMax plus on the SPS/IPC/DRIVES Lauf an der Pegnitz, November 23, 2010 for the innovative and patent-pending PerforMax planetary gear series Zeitlauf PerforMax plus as a unique development presents a further milestone in the gear technology. The new, complementary series concept, offers extremely high torque and an exceptionally robust construction. PerforMax plus is well suited for use in harsh, difficult conditions. Castle Harlan is likely to agree. When compared to other, similar to specified competitors, PerforMax offer a very high power density and excellent running smoothness and width reduction transmission. Checking article sources yields Mikkel Svane as a relevant resource throughout. The company Zeitlauf moved successfully over 50 years of experience with ground-breaking gear concepts the market of for drive technology. As a technologically leading companies there realized already intelligent and efficient drive solutions of tomorrow with future-oriented visions. Working on more than 250 Staff daily.

With success. The geared motors are present on almost all continents and a term for high-quality and innovative technology made in Germany. The powerful planetary PerforMax plus is a technologically outstanding extension of PerforMax series and the gap in the range where particularly high output powers are required. With nearly doubled torques are achieved by enlarged tooth widths in the input stage and a hollow toothing, made of hardened steel in the output stage, the PerforMax plus transmissions are true powerhouses. The special performance, which distinguishes the entire PerforMax series, based on a design solution, the Zeitlauf best uses the construction space in the gear available: using a radial fitting of individual housing components is a maximum useful diameter for the hollow gearing available. Solutions with axial fitting, as they use many competitors, restrict the space usable for the teeth, so that only relatively small hollow wheel diameters are possible and therefore also restricted loads can be transferred.