New Zero-Max® Drives Brochure Published-Adjustable Speed Drives, Right Angle Drives, and Linear Actuators Featured

Plymouth, Minnesota: A new, 28 page Zero-Max catalog of Adjustable Speed Drives,
Right Angle Gear Drives, and Linear Actuators has been published. The brochure contains new
product models, new technical application data, drawings, and photos for easy ordering.

Zero-Max Adjustable Speed Drives Provide Infinitely Adjustable Speed Control With New Micro Dial(TM) Feature

Zero-Max Adjustable Speed Drives may be used as a primary or secondary drive. They
eliminate the need for expensive AC/DC drives or variable pitch drives. They provide speed
control for inputs from ¼ to 1½ HP applications with output torque ratings from 12 through 200
in-lbs. They accept input speeds from 0-2000 rpm, allowing output speed changes to be made
quickly and easily, whether the machine is running or idle. The new Micro Dial design feature provides accurate and repeatable speed settings. The drives are available with optional
gearheads, motors and c-flange adapters.

Zero-Max Crown(TM) Right Angle Gear Drives Have Spiral Bevel Gears

Crown two- and three-way right angle gear drives transmit power with quiet, dependable
spiral bevel gears and non-magnetic stainless steel shafts. New photos and drawings are
featured showing multiple mounting options. The drives have a fully enclosed design. Internal
gears cannot get out of alignment, jam up or become contaminated by debris. Cast aluminum
housings are designed for maximum strength and heat dissipation. These drives are available in
many sizes and shaft configurations including squared, splined, extended, shortened and
stepped. Applications include printing, packaging machines, off-highway vehicles and special
machinery of all types.

Zero-Max Roh'Lix® Linear Actuators Convert Rotary Motion Into Precise Linear Motion

Converting rotary motion to linear travel and carrying loads at speeds to 70 inches per
second, these Roh'Lix actuators handle thrust rates between 5 and 200 lbs. They are a less
costly option compared to ball screws. They also are easy to adjust by simply tightening or
loosening the thrust adjustment screws on the top of the block. And when thrust setting is
exceeded, the Roh'lix slips on the shaft until the source of the overload is corrected. Thereby
providing overload protection if an obstruction is encountered in the system. Available in 5
different sizes from 5 to 200 lbs. thrust.

Call for the new FREE brochure, 1-800-533-1731. Outside US and Canada,
call 763-546-4300.

See and download a PDF of the brochure at


Or write to


13200 Sixth Avenue North,

Plymouth, Minnesota 55441-5509.

Fax: 763-546-8260.

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