|Product||SEW-Eurodrive R Series Helical||SEW Eurodrive gear reducer mot||SEW Eurodrive orginal Foot Mou||SEW-Eurodrive R Series Light W|
|Power||0.09 to 160 KW||0.09 to 160 KW||0.09 to 160 KW||0.09 to 160 KW|
|Brand Name||SEW-Eurodrive||SEW-Eurodrive||SEW Eurodrive||SEW-Eurodrive|
|Place Of Origin||Guangdong, China (Mainland)||Guangdong, China (Mainland)||Guangdong, China (Mainland)||Guangdong, China (Mainland)|
High quality R series helical transmission speed gear motor
In six single-stage and fourteen two-stage and three-stage sizes, the helical gearmotors by SEW-EURODRIVE ensure an optimum ratio between power and space requirements.
Your benefitsHigh power densityLong service lifeR37 to R167 reduced backlash optionRM series, specially designed for agitating applications The tried and tested modular concept and our strict quality criteria allow SEW-EURODRIVE to provide a diverse range of torques and gear ratios with incomparably finely tuned gradings. With this exceptional diversity, SEW-EURODRIVE sets new standards in the field of drive engineering.
Available versionsSingle-stage or multi-stageFoot-mounted or flange-mountedFoot-mounted and flange-mountedFlange-mounted with extended bearing hub RX series (single-stage)For high output speeds, the exclusively single-stage gear units RX57 to RX107 offer compact solutions for your system design. R series (two-stage and three-stage) Our complete range of helical gearmotors provides the optimum size and power solution for every drive task. And for operators with a “weight-watching” issue, our multi-stage gear units provide something special: Thanks to their die-cast aluminum design, the models R07, R17 and R27 are three particularly efficient lightweights – ideal as satellite drives and for use in light machine constructions. Reduced backlash helical gear units are also available for particularly precise requirements. RM series RM gearmotors with extended output bearing hub are a special type of helical gearmotor. They were designed especially for agitating applications and allow for high overhung and axial loads and bending moments. The remaining data corresponds to that of standard helical gearmotors.