Worm Gear Drives offer corrosion protection.

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Offered in sizes 218 and 220, Worm Gear Drives feature stainless steel housing, cover, and external hardware, making them suited for harsh conditions. Each reducer is filled with synthetic oil, eliminating need for oil changes. All units are 100% run and leak tested at factory.

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Grove Gear Announces Expanded Stainless Steel Gear Drive Product Line

Union Grove, WI - Grove Gear, manufacturers of standard and custom gear drives, has announced the addition of two new sizes of stainless steel industrial worm gear drives.

Able to withstand the harshest conditions, Grove Gear's newest stainless steel industrial worm gears are sizes 218 and 220. These gear drives offer superior corrosion protection because of their stainless steel housing, cover and external hardware. Each reducer is filled with synthetic oil, eliminating the need for oil changes.

Mel Deephouse, National Sales Manager states, "Our stainless steel industrial gear drives are the highest quality product available. All units are 100% run and leak tested at the factory and able to withstand the harshest conditions. With these two new additions, Grove Gear will have six sizes, the largest offering in the industry."

Founded in 1947, Grove Gear, a division of REGAL-BELOIT, manufactures gear drives for industrial and specialty applications in triple reduction, stainless steel, and helical worm designs. The Grove Gear team is committed to providing superior customer service, engineering support, exceptional design, manufacturing quality, competitive pricing and one of the best lead times in the industry. In addition, Grove Gear products are sold through Industrial Distributors and to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).

REGAL-BELOIT CORPORATION is a leading manufacturer of mechanical and electrical motion control and power generation products serving markets throughout the world. REGAL-BELOIT is headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin, and has manufacturing, sales, and service facilities throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico and in Europe and Asia.

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