Gears


Customized gears - detail that lasts

We design and manufacture gears as well as provide services for a variety of industry applications. From individually tailored and bespoke gears to design and manufacture for OEMs, we lead the way and are dedicated to going beyond customer expectations.

Production is completely vertically integrated, and includes heat treatment. We ensure lower noise and vibration by micro correcting our products for the longest possible lifetime.

Our advanced manufacturing plants use the very latest technology for every element of component manufacture and assembly; while our experienced, expert teams complete our commitment to precision.

Gears

    • Spur gears

      Spur gears are used to transfer rotary motion between parallel shafts or between a shaft and rack. The teeth are radial, parallel to the shaft on which the gear is mounted, and uniformly spaced around the other periphery. Since they are relatively simple in design and manufacture they are used for a wide array of applications.

    • Spur Gea
    • Helical Gear
    • Helical gears

      Helical gears transmit rotary motion between crossed or parallel shafts. That’s why the teeth are produced in an angle to the axis of the shaft. This way two or more teeth are always in contact with each other when the mating occurs. This permits smoother action than that of spur gears. But the axial thrust that is generated because of the angle of the teeth does causes a slight loss of power and requires the use of thrust bearings.

    •  Bevel gears

      You can describe bevel gears as gears that transfer rotary motion between two nonparallel shafts. These two shafts are usually at a straight angle of each other, but this isn’t a necessity. Bevel gears are manufactured with both straight teeth (straight bevel gears) and with curved and oblique teeth (spiral bevel gears). The use of straight bevel gears is usually limited to drives that operate at low speeds or where noise is not important, whilst spiral bevel gears shine when greater speeds or very small gears are required.

    • Bevel Gear
    • Worm Gear

    • Worm gears

      Worm gear sets consist of a worm gear (or wheel) and a worm. They are usually used when the ratio of the speed of the driving member to the speed of the driven member is large, and for a compact right-angle drive. They can provide a high level of mechanical indexing accuracy, as needed on for instance machine tools. But this also means they seldom operate at high efficiency levels. 

    • Internal gears

      Internal gears transmit power between parallel shafts, just like spur and helical gears. The big difference here is that the teeth point inward, toward the center of the gear. This type of gear is used mostly as a part of planetary gearboxes.

    • Internal Gear