DC Gear Motor
A geared motor is a combination of a reducer and a motor.
This composite body can also be called a gear reduction motor or a gear reduction motor. It is usually assembled and supplied by a professional reducer manufacturer.
The structure of the gear motor is integrally formed, and it has the characteristics of small size and high torque. It is often used in mechanical equipment connected to an AC power supply (AC). It can be divided into single-phase gear motors and three-phase gear motors, and can also be used with brakes. You can also choose flange type or double shaft gear structure with DC motor according to your needs.
The geared motor must be specially designed and precision-processed, requiring excellent characteristics of low temperature rise, low noise, low vibration, no oil leakage, high durability, high performance, and low energy consumption.
Introducing the DC Gear Motor from PEIGONG – the perfect solution for ensuring smooth and reliable performance for any of your engineering projects. With our decades-long history in the field of gear reducer manufacturing, we here at PEIGONG have finally brought this signature motor to the masses.
Developed with the latest technology, each DC Gear Motor is designed to fit the demands of each customer, whether they be industrial, commercial, or domestic ventures. Our motors come in range of fantastic features that guarantee a consistent performance, such as an economical efficiency and a diverse range of voltage and torque output levels.
Furthermore, our DC Gear Motors are extremely durable and require minimal maintenance. They also showcase a significantly lower noise level than most traditional motors, making them perfect for any operation that requires good sound insulation. We make sure that every motor is rigorously tested to ensure reliable and consistent quality control during the entire engineering process.
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