There are various factors that we look at when a customer considers the repair or replacement of an existing industrial gearbox. The main ones are: Repair or replace? Production downtime Availability Repair vs. Replacement Cost is always a consideration when looking at th
There’s nothing better than looking through some of the photos of jobs that have gone through the doors at All Torque Transmissions. We have our ‘Archives‘ page, which shows some of the gearboxes and other products from our history.
All Torque Transmissions distributes the Bonfiglioli helical-bevel gearmotor range, known as the ‘A’ Series. These gearboxes are very common for conveyor drives, where their relatively small size to output torque ratio helps to keep overall conveyor sizing down in compact
All Torque Transmissions is a distributor for the Flender Fludex coupling range. Fludex Coupling Fludex couplings are hydrodynamic fluid couplings which operate on the Föttinger principle. The coupling parts on the input and output sides are not mechanically connected to each other. O
All Torque Transmissions has had a long relationship with KB Electronics. We have been a distributor for them for many years, keeping the full range of AC and DC motor controls in Australia. KB Electronics Australia Based in Coral Springs, Florida, KB Electronics’ products have
Service factor For industrial gearboxes, the service factor is the numeric value describing gear reducer service duty. It takes into consideration daily operating conditions, load variations and overloads connected with each gear reducer application. An example from the Bonfiglioli VF
This video features WEG USA’s Dale Basso talking about the features of the benchmark W22 electric motor range. Cooling System The ventilation system consists of fan, fan cover and motor fins The fan cover with aerodynamic design directs the full air flow over the motor while dec
Standards on Imports. Who regulates them? I am just asking the question does anyone know or is the system such that an importer can ask for the appropriate forms be completed to prove the standard of imports with no hard evidence? Then when the standards are found to fall short and fa