Gears are a crucial part of many motors and machines. Gears help increase torque output by providing gear reduction and they adjust the direction of rotation like the shaft to the rear wheels of automotive vehicles. Here are some basic types of gears and how they are different from each other.

Aluminum Gears

Aluminum in gear transmissions is used as material for gears. This application is designed to ensure high durability of gears, corrosion resistance and ensure weight reduction.

Ground Gears

Ground Gears are a Step Up from the Rest. These Gears Formed using an abrasive wheel to precision grind the finished work piece into the desired shape, these gears are more versatile and better suited for smaller components than their counterparts.

Helical Gears

Helical gears are one type of cylindrical gears where the teeth are curved into a helix shape. Compared to spur gears (straight teeth), properly designed helical gears can have a larger total contact ratio which can improve vibration and noise.

Helical Pinion Gears

The normal gear ratio range is 3:2 to 4:1. 6. In the hypoid gear above, the larger gear is called the crown while the small gear is called the pinion. Hypoid gears are a type of spiral gear in which the shape is a revolved hyperboloid instead of conical shape.

Knitting Machine Gears

Circular knitting machine gear can perform different kinds of stitches and help the user make many styles.

Mask Machine Gears

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Printing Machine Gears

We have an extensive Experience in Design and Manufacturing of Special Gears for Printing machines.

Sprocket Gears

A sprocket, sprocket-wheel or chain wheel is a profiled wheel with teeth that mesh with a chain, track or other perforated or indented material. The name ‘sprocket’ applies generally to any wheel upon which radial projections engage a chain passing over it. Sprockets are widely used in Industrial and Textile Application.

Textile Machine Gears

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Automobile Development Gears

We are involved in Research and Development of Special Type of Gears for the Automobile Industry.

Worm Gears

Worm gears operate by the friction created by turning lubricated gears. The friction is then converted into heat. By producing a low speed and high-speed torque level, worm gears are utilized as speed reducers, which implies that they are ideal for several applications.

Ring Gears

The ring gear of the rear axle surrounds the housing of a differential gear train that serves as an equalizer in dividing the torque between the two driving wheels while permitting one to turn faster than the other when rounding corners.

Internal Gears

Internal Gears are gear teeth generated in the internal diameter of a cylinder while external gears have the gear teeth generated on the outside diameter of the component. Internal gears are used in planetary gear box applications, but can also be applied in other situations.

Worm Shaft

A worm gear is a gear consisting of a shaft with a spiral thread that engages with and drives a toothed wheel. Basically, a worm gear is a screw butted up against what looks like a standard spur gear with slightly angled and curved teeth. A worm drive can reduce rotational speed or transmit higher torque.

Gear Cutting And Hobbed Gears

Each cutter in gear milling is designed to cut a range of tooth numbers, while in gear hobbing, both the hob and gear blank rotate continuously as in two gears meshing until all teeth are cut. Generally, the gear milling cutting tool is cheaper than that of hobbing, but the productivity of gear hobbing may be higher.

Special Purpose Gear Box

The purpose of a gearbox is to increase or reduce speed. As a result, torque output will be the inverse of the speed function. If the enclosed drive is a speed reducer (speed output is less than speed input), the torque output will increase; if the drive increases speed, the torque output will decrease.

Heavy Duty Helical Gear box

Helical gearbox can be used in the medium and heavy-duty industrial applications of the power transmission market. Apart from standard range, Helical Gear Boxes are also tailor made to suit individual requirement or as per specifications provided.

Spring Machine Gears

Spring machine gears are quite high in demands and are quite necessary for the use of industrial appliance. Our company manufactures the supreme quality helical bevel gears as well as straight bevel gears.

Spiral Bevel Gears

Spiral bevel gears are designed for applications that require high speed and high torque power. They can help cut consumer costs by providing long-lasting performance with minimal need for repairs or replacements. With spiral bevel gears, there is no need for offsets and a significantly reduced risk of overheating.

Straight Bevel Gears

Straight bevel gears are the simplest to produce and the most widely applied conical gear type. These gears have straight teeth cut along the pitch cone that if extended would intersect with the shaft axis.

Spur Gears

Spur gears are a cylindrical shaped toothed component used in industrial equipment to transfer mechanical motion as well as control speed, power, and torque. These simple gears are cost-effective, durable, reliable and provide a positive, constant speed drive to facilitate daily industrial operations.

Rack And Pinion Gears

With rack and pinion steering, the rotation of the pinion causes linear motion of the rack, which turns the vehicle’s wheels left or right. A rack and pinion steering system consists of a pinion (a circular gear) with a rack (a linear gear). The system works by converting a revolving motion into linear motion.

Ground Helical Gears

Helical gears are one type of cylindrical gears with slanted tooth trace. Compared to spur gears, they have the larger contact ratio and excel in quietness and less vibration and able to transmit large force. A pair of helical gears has the same helix angle but the helix hand is opposite.