The unique mechanical design of Power Electronics variable-speed drives and starters, along with the selective coating of their printed circuit boards, makes them ideal for operating in really aggressive environments of dust, humidity, pollution and corrosive substances.
Mills of this type are used to grind a wide variety of materials with medium-to-low levels of hardness and high humidity content. These robust mills of compact dimensions are used in a large number of processes designed to reduce the particle size of different materials.
Endless-screw mechanisms use a two-piece arrangement of a pinion and crown wheel to transmit movement between axles that are perpendicular to each other. They provide a compact way of reducing speed and increasing torque, particularly on small electric motors – which generally operate at high speed and low torque.
These machines are used to knead and recover clay for recycling. They return the clay mixture to a usable state and expel it as coils of various sizes.