|Concrete Mixer Gearbox EP73
Ratio: 10.8:1 15:1
Input: 540 rpm, 55.2kw/75hp, 33.1kw/45hp
Input shaft: X
Output: 10219Nm, 8516Nm
Gearbox for Concrete Mixer Design
The design of a gearbox for concrete mixers involves many factors. The main spherical rolling bearing, located inside the concrete mixer gearbox housing, constrains displacements and generates reaction forces. This structure also facilitates proper positioning of the concrete mixer drum, allowing the mixer to move in a straight or curved path. The main spherical bearing is constrained by fixed support.
The discharge port of a concrete mixer should be designed in a way that increases productivity while preventing the change in the homogeneity of the concrete. When there is a sudden change in velocity, constituents will separate according to size. For this reason, it is essential to select a gearbox that provides high-speed discharge. In addition, you should pay special attention to the mixing time of the concrete mixture. You can use a timer to set the discharge port to a specific time.
Our concrete mixer gearboxes are specially designed for high overhung loads. This kind of planetary gearbox reducer comes in different types, including bevel helical gearbox, parallel shaft helical gearbox, and in-line gearbox. Each type of gearbox can be coupled to the input shaft through flexible coupling. These features make it possible for the mixer to mix efficiently.