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NORD DRIVESYSTEMS at Hannover 2013
24 April 2013
The recent Hannover Messe saw NORD DRIVESYSTEMS showcase a range of new products.
Amongst the new lines on display, IE4 motors provide high power and efficiency (IE4 and higher) even at low speeds, for extended performance. A power range between 0.55 to 5.5kW is available soon for 80 and 100 frame heights.
Another new product, helical bevel worm gear units in one-piece UNICASE housing with five sizes and maximum torque output to 427Nm, feature larger output bearings for increased shaft diameters and higher performance with much extended service life. Lightweight open frame designs as well as closed frame versions with solid and through shafts are available. A new mould casting process has been optimised for the range which produces very smooth gearcase surfaces. These gear units resist dirt build-up and are available as sealed washdown versions, also with NORD’s NSD tupH surface conversion system which provides a highly durable protection for aluminium surfaces. CleanDriveSolutions are also available – optimised for use in the food industry, complying with international guidelines and standards such as EHEDG, ANSI/BISSC, and ANSI/NSF.
NORD has also extended its decentralised drive solution range with the new SK 135E soft starter for basic non-speed control use, and the SK 180E inverter for elementary speed control tasks such as long-distance horizontal conveying. These cost and performance competitive drives have a robust, long-life design that maintains the 200% overload reserves that are typical for NORD variable frequency drives.
Maintaining its position of technology leader in industrial gear units with single-piece gearcases, NORD displayed its new range sizes with output torque from 25 to 50kNm in the same characteristic UNICASE monobloc design as the present SK range which extends to 242 kNm.