The V series parallel shaft gearboxes from PULS are single-stage parallel shaft gearboxes with extremely robust gray cast-iron housings for the 50 to 10,000 Nm torque range and outputs of up to 1,000 kW. Some gearboxes are also available as summation and transfer gearboxes with 3 shafts or with an idler gear to generate the same sense of rotation for the input and output shafts. The ratio is generally between 1 and 5. For higher gear ratios, we recommend the combination with our planetary gearboxes, for which there are also corresponding add-on components. We are happy to provide you with a complete solution.
One major advantage of this parallel shaft gearbox compared to planetary gearboxes of the same power class is the higher power rating. This series is therefore the right choice for smaller ratios and higher rotational speeds. With oil cooling, the power limit can be increased yet further.
All gearbox dimensions in the V series can be supplied in various versions, e.g. with a keyed shaft or for direct connection of hydraulic or electric motors. We can also implement special requests such as joint shaft profiles, for example. The typical PULSGETRIEBE flexibility applies here again.
For decades, the V series has covered a variety of application areas in which the robustness of the gearboxes is an important factor. They are used in general mechanical engineering, agricultural machinery, construction machines, special-purpose vehicle engineering â€“ fire engines, for example â€“, mining, test rig engineering and many other fields. The gearboxes are especially well-suited to powering pumps.
If for some reason requirements of the gearbox cannot be covered by our modular system, there is always the possibility or making minor or more substantive customer-specific modifications. Custom gearboxes are also built in exceptional cases.
PULSGETRIEBE has been manufacturing such gearboxes since the 1960s. The parallel shaft gearboxes shown here are based on the latest technology in conjunction with decades of experience. In terms of power density and durability, they have been optimized over the past years, always with a view to ensuring dimensional compatibility with older versions so that existing applications can easily be outfitted with more powerful gearboxes.