Slewing Reducer JH07

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JH series slewing reducer is a hardened face planetary gear reduction device designed by our company according to the advanced foreign technologies with all gears adopting grinding process.The reducer has features of compact structure, stable operation, high transmition efficiency, low noise, long service life, high reliability, etc.Such series reducer can be equipped with torque motor, variable frequency motor and corresponding electrical control system to constitute RCV series slewing mechansim and JHF series slewing mechanism.

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Model:JH07

Ratio:176

Rated output torque (N.M):6000

Output gear Parameter (Customization is avaible):m=10,z=12,x=+0.32

Weight(Kg):90

Parameters of RCV series matching torque motor--Rated stalling torque of the motor (Nm):75,95

Parameters of JHF series matching variable frequency motors--Rated power of the motor kw:4.4,5.5.

Recommended Tower cranes t.m:40~125

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