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Extended power range for asynchronous motorised drum

13 May 2018

Rulmeca has increased the nominal output performance of its 80LS drum motors within an 81.5mm diameter roller, from a maximum of 120 watts to 160 watts. 

The 33% performance increase was achieved through the redesign of the stator. To optimally transfer the high power to the belt, the drum shell can be provided with a rubber coating with a maximum permissible thickness of 5mm.

The compact motorised drum, which features a steel gearbox, is reversible and is said to be suited to use for high torque applications with limited space or access. It is also suited to use where low operational noise and zero maintenance are required. 


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