Gears and sprockets are a rotating parts of machines and mechanisms that are meshed with other gear parts to transmit torque.
Gearboxes can change the speed, torque and direction of the power source. Gears almost always change the torque, creating a mechanical advantage due to their gear ratio, and therefore can be considered a simple machine. The teeth on the two gears are of the same shape. Two or more gears, working in series, are called a gear or transmission. Gears can be meshed with a linear gear part called a rack, producing a translational motion instead of a rotation.
Gears in a transmission are similar to those in a cross belt pulley system. The advantage of the gears is that the gear teeth prevent slippage.
When two gears enter the gearing, if one gear is larger than the other, a mechanical advantage is achieved, because the rotation speeds and torques of the two gears differ in proportion to their diameters.
In transmissions with multiple gear ratios, such as bicycles, motorcycles and cars, the term “gear”, as in “first gear”, refers to the gear ratio rather than the actual physical transmission. This term describes similar devices, even if the gear ratio is continuous rather than discrete, or when the device does not actually contain gears, as in a stepless transmission .
Our company manufactures the following types of gears:
- spur gears (spur gears, helical gears);
- bevel gears;
- internally meshed gears;
- spiral gears (worm gears);
- sectorial gears;
- with circular teeth;
- toothed racks;
- pinion shaft;
- spline bushing;
- spline shaft;
- spare parts for gearboxes;
- gears for most common agricultural machines and equipment