The reducer must not be overloaded during use, otherwise it will affect its normal use and may shorten its service life. In order to be able to bring good use effect. The following content will make a detailed explanation for its load factor:
1, dynamic load. The coefficient of additional dynamic load inside the reducer caused by the meshing error and operating speed of the gear drive itself. Due to tooth profile error, gear deformation, etc., the angular velocity of the driven wheel changes during operation, causing dynamic load impact. Influencing factors: manufacturing accuracy, peripheral speed, etc. In order to reduce the impact of dynamic load, the maximum peripheral speed of gears with different tolerance levels should be limited.
2, load between teeth. Various coefficients of uneven load distribution between gear teeth due to manufacturing errors and deformation of the rear gear teeth under load. The main influencing factor is due to the difference in the degree of coincidence between the design and manufacture of the reducer, which affects the logarithm and range of meshing teeth.
3. Tooth load. Uneven distribution of bearing elastic displacement along the contact line and transmission device manufacturing installation error. Causes: shaft bending, torsional deformation, causing gear pairs to tilt each other and gears to twist.
We should further understand the load factor of the reducer, and at the same time, we must check whether the pressure exceeds the normal range at any time during use, and whether there is any bad situation, we need to check in time.