High-Torque Actuators are optimized for speed and strength.
August 12, 2010 -
With compact design that couples alpha TP+ 300/500 gearbox and 220 series motors, TPM+/TPM+ High Torque sizes 300/500 are designed for optimal rigidity and torque. Actuators deliver torque up to 10,000 Nm and are available with optional strengthened output bearing (special gear housing).
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|Original Press release |
Wittenstein, Inc. (formerly Alpha Gear Drives, Inc.)
1249 Humbracht Circle
Bartlett, IL, 60103
TPM+ Titans - Bigger, Faster, Stronger
The TPM+ Titan Family of Actuators Go Where No Actuator Can
WITTENSTEIN announces the newest development in the world of mechatronics - the TPM+/TPM+ High Torque sizes 300/500. These sumo-sized actuators offer maximum rigidity and the highest torque combined with WITTENSTEIN's signature compact design.
The new sizes 300 and 500 meet the highest requirements concerning torque, compactness and dynamics. Features include high rigidity, extreme precision and excellent performance, making the TPM+ 300/500 actuators a fundamental contribution to increase the productivity of any machine.
Technical specifications at a glance:
- Torque up to 10,000 Nm
- Compact design coupling the alpha TP+ 300/500 gearbox and 220 series motors
- Optional strengthened output bearing (special gear housing)
Further information on this product is available online at: www.wittenstein-us.com/Actuators/TPM-Actuators/Size-300-500.html. As always, WITTENSTEIN engineering looks forward to discussing this product's potential in your application.
WITTENSTEIN is committed to being a world-class partner for customers of its intelligent mechatronic drive technology, servo systems and mechanical components. By using the power of science, innovation and forward thinking technology, our goal is to be the leader in motion with every day offering new opportunities for WITTENSTEIN to work with customers to create solutions for the future of motion.