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Slewing drive classification
- Sep 06, 2018 -

According to the form of the variable speed transmission of the slewing drive, it can be divided into a tooth type slewing drive and a worm gear type slewing drive, inheriting the respective characteristics of the gear drive and the worm gear drive, and the two slewing drives can be adapted to medium and high speed and low speed applications respectively. In terms of load carrying capacity, the worm-and-worm type performs better than the gear type, and its load capacity, deformation resistance and transmission rigidity are further improved when using an envelope worm drive, but the efficiency of the worm-gear type slewing drive is Inferior to the toothed rotary drive.

According to the openness of the slewing drive transmission mechanism, the slewing drive can be divided into open and closed type. Generally, the open structure is mostly used in applications where the environment is too harsh, the maintenance and maintenance cycle is short, and the open structure is more convenient for the machine. Inspection, maintenance and maintenance are also easier to replace. Closed structures provide a longer maintenance lifecycle where environmental conditions do not change much and are below ambient pollution levels.