Today’s industry places high demands on innovative solutions and use of changing technology. The aim is to achieve not only increased productivity , reduce energy costs and machine availability, but improved energy efficiency and reduced operating costs as well. These demands can never be met with high-maintenance gearboxes, standard induction motors, and hydraulic systems – all of which are extremely inefficient. Investing in direct drive technology using HIGH TORQUE LOW SPEED Permanent magnet Synchronous motors / DIRECT TORQUE MOTORS instead of these conventional design approaches could greatly benefit in terms of costs and efficiency. Below are the applications and advantages what direct drive technology has to offer.
HIGH TORQUE LOW SPEED Permanent magnet Synchronous motors / DIRECT TORQUE MOTORS are used in :
Advantages of HIGH TORQUE LOW SPEED Permanent magnet Synchronous motors / DIRECT TORQUE MOTORS in Direct Drive Technology
Conventional systems commonly have a mechanical transmission which can consist of gears, gearheads, belts/pulleys or cams connected between the motor and the load. With Direct Drive (HIGH TORQUE LOW SPEED Permanent magnet Synchronous motors / DIRECT TORQUE MOTORS ) technology, the mechanical transmission is eliminated and the motor is coupled directly to the load. This results in added advantages as :
About Mark Elektriks :
Mark Elektriks has been in the business of designing and manufacturing Special Purpose Electric motors for the last four decades and is a company driven by passion for innovation, kaizen & quality.
Mark Elektriks is leading manufacturer of Special Purpose Electric Motors in India and has been recognized as a pioneer in the development of Torque Motors, Stall Torque Motors, Reluctance & Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors, BLDC, AC Servo Motors, High Efficiency AC Motors, Motors for Nuclear power plants, High Torque PM Synchronous motors for Elevator & Pharmaceutical Industry.
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