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Power Transmission Solutions

Cone Drive’s technology and products benefit from the expertise and innovation of our traditional background. Available in both right angle and inline configurations, coupled with the availability of multiple precision levels, you are sure to find the right product for your application.

Series B

An economic solution that packs a punch.

Cone Drive’s Series B reducers provide an economical, flexible, and compact solution to fulfill the low-to-medium power range requirements. With capabilities up to 20HP and output torque up to of 5,000 lb in. in a single stage, Series B can provide design flexibility with lasting performance.

Key Features
  • Sizes (center distance-inch): 1.33, 1.54, 1.75, 1.97, 2.38, 2.62, 3.00,3.25, 3.54
  • Standard Reduction Stages: single, double
  • Interface: Inch or metric
  • Output Torque: Up to 7540 in. lb (852 Nm)
  • Gear Ratios: 5:1 to 3600:1 exact ratios
  • Ingress Protection: IP55
  • Input Options: Solid shaft, Nema + IEC motor interfaces
  • Output Shaft Options: Solid , hollow
  • Backlash Options: Standard
  • Mounting Options: Universal mount, torque arm, flange

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PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

The Cone Drive Product Development Laboratory is a state-of-the-art facility directly adjacent to our Traverse City, Michigan manufacturing location. The lab has the capacity to test a wide range of gear reducer products, for both Cone Drive products as well as those manufactured by other companies. The lab includes capability to run a wide variety of tests including load testing for evaluating reducer performance and operating efficiency.
  • Test + Control
    • 6 product testing stands
    • Servo cyclic control
    • Simulated inertial loading
    • Constant torque/load
    • Durability/validation
    • Accelerated life test
    • Lubricant evaluation
    • Static loading & stiffness
  • Product Measurement
    • Displacement & motion
    • Torque
    • Thermal
    • Efficiency
    • Vibration
    • Basic noise
    • Transmission accuracy
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