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HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSIONS GEARBOXES - ACCESSORIES

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High Torque Geared Motors

GB 40.000
TISO 395.000 Nm Output Torque (291.300 lbf.ft)

High Torque Geared Motors GB 40.000

CONTENTS

General Information Gearbox Selection Method Motor Selection Method Motor Mounting Instruction Gearbox Mounting Instruction Lubrication Motor Selection Card Gearbox Selection Card Order Code Installation Drawings Technical Characteristics - Load on Shaft Accessories Weight Table Oil Quantity Table

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GEARED MOTOR UNITS - General Information
Summary description
The HANSA-TMP range of GB high torque Single or Multi-stages Reduction Planetary gear boxes combined with Kawasaki / Staffa single, dual or variable displacement radial piston motors comprises 14 models offering ISO torque from 70.000 up to 1.200.000 Nm (from 52.000 up to 885.000 lbf.ft). The GB range of gear boxes is available from 1 up to 5 stages with ratio from 3,43:1 up to 3794:1. This versatile range of gear boxes accept standard Kawasaki / Staffa motors allowing the system designer to select the right motor and gear box to optimise his circuit pressure and flow against the torque and speed requirements of his transmission. The output shaft of the GB planetary gear boxes include: splined male and female, parallel keyed and shrink disc.

Main features
- Flexibility in service: modular concept enables drive to be uprated in service with minimum inconvenience. - Constant torques: throughout the infinitely variable speed range. - Lower maintenance costs: modular system enables motors to be overhauled without disturbing the system. - Uniform running at low speeds: speeds at fractions of one R.P.M. can be achieved smoothly. - Excellent gear life: materials used are aimed at maximum running hours. - Modular design: plug in concept enables standard motors to be fitted from existing stock. - Complete transmission: full range gives a balanced transmission package for both automotive and general industrial drives.

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GEARED MOTOR UNITS - General Information (continued)
Symbols and units of measurement

Symbol Fr2 Fa2 fs ie in kf Lmin Mt max n1 n1 x h n2 max n2 h hi p P1 P2 Pd Pt Q Tf T1 T2 Teq TISO Tcont. Tmax. Timp. TM V X m v t

SYMBOLS and UNIT of MEASURE Unit Description N Output shaft radial load N Output shaft axial load _ Service factor _ Effective reduction ratio _ Nominal ratio _ Output support life correction factor mm. Torque arm lenghts Nm Shrink disk torque n/min. Input speed n/min. x h Input duration index n/min. Max output speed n/min. Rated output speed h Working Time in hours _ Time percentage bar Pressure kW Input power kW Output power kW Dissipated power kW Thermal power lt/min. Oil flow Nm Static braking torque Nm Input torque Nm Output torque Nm Equivalent torque Nm ISO limit torque Nm Continuous torque Nm Maximum torque Nm Impulse torque Nm Max. load torque 3 Displacement cm mm. Reaction distance _ Mechanical efficiency _ Volumetric efficiency _ Total efficiency

CONVERSION TABLE
Length 1 mm. 1 in. 1 mm. 1 ft 1 kp 1N 1 kp 1 lbf 1 Nm 1 lbf.in 1 Nm 1 lbf.ft ff 1 n / min. 1 rad. / sec. 1 kW 1 HP 1 kW 1 PS 1 kW 1 kp.m / sec. 1 bar 1 kp / cm 1 bar 1 PSI 1 Mpa 1 PSI
2

= = = = Force = = = =

0,03937 in. 25,4 mm. 0,000328 ft 304,8 mm. 9,81 N p 0,102 kp 2,2046 lbf 0,4536 kp

Torque = 8,85 lbf. in = 0,1129 Nm = 0,737 lbf.ft = 1,355 Nm Angular speeed = 0,1047 rad. /sec. = 9,549 n / min. Power = 1,341 HP = 0 7457 kW 0,7457 = 1,3596 PS = 0,7355 kW = 101,972 kp.m / sec. = 0,0985 kW Pressure 0,981 0 981 kp / cm2 = 1,02 bar = 14,5 PSI = 0,0689 bar = 145 PSI = 0,00689 Mpa Capacity / Flow rate = 0,22 Imp. GPM = 4,546 lt / min. = 0,2642 US GPM = 3,785 lt / min. Volume / Displacement = = = 0,062 , in3 16,387 cm3 Temperature = 5/9 (F-32) = 32+ 9/5 C

1 lt / min. 1 Imp GPM 1 lt / min. 1 US GPM 1 cm3 1 in3 1 C 1 F

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GEARED MOTOR UNITS - General Information (continued)
Service factor
fs = service factor: takes into account the duty of the application; it depends on the type and working condition, type of operation and start-up frequency.

fs x T2 < Tcont
SERVICE FACTOR fs TYPE OF LOAD Number of start-ups per hour Hydraulic motor Electric motor <5 1.0 1.1 UNIFORM U 5-50 1,0 1,2 > 50 1,2 1,4 <5 1,0 1,2 MODERATE M 5-50 1,2 1,4 > 50 1,4 1,6 <5 1,2 1,4 HEAVY H 5-50 1,4 1,6 > 50 1,6 1,8

Reduction ratio
ie = effective reduction ratio: ratio between the input and output speed of the gearbox in = nominal ratio: Renard R 20 numbers, near the value of ie.

Correction factor kf
kf = output support lifetime correction factor: used to obtain the theoretic duration of the support for values of n2 x h different from those found in the catalogue. For all gearboxes the external load curves are calculated for: n2 x h = 100.000 for the output supports n2 x h = 1.500.000 for the input supports

Torque arm lenght


Lmin.= minimum advised torque arm lenght for shaft mounted applications.

Shrink disk torque


Mt max.= maximum torque transmittable by the shrink disc when supplied by HANSA-TMP. Transmittable torque by the gearbox and the shrink disc must always be checked for compatibility.

Speed
n 1. = input speed: is the input speed of the gearbox. n 2 max..= maximum output speed: is the maximum output speed of the gearbox for continuous operation; values of speed near the maximum can be achieved in compatibility with the duty cycle. For further information please contact our Tech. Dpt.

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GEARED MOTOR UNITS - General Information (continued)
Lifetime
n2 x h = output duration index: product of the output speed and the duration in hours. It represents a number proportional to the stress applied to the element which limits the gearbox life. To correlate the speed and the life, the torque Tcont. is expressed as a function of the product n2 x h. With the speed n2 and the torque Tcont. required, the duration in hours can be calculated; or alternatively, if the speed and the duration in hours required are known then the Tcont. that the gearbox can transmit can be calculated: Example: duration necessary in hours h = 20.000 output speed of the gearbox n2 = 25 20.000 (h) x 25 (n2) = 500.000 (n2 x h) therefore a gearbox with a torque at 500.000 n2 x h corresponding to the torque required by the application will be selected. The same procedure is applied to diagrams of external loads, whilst knowing the application point of the load and its entity. n1 x h = input duration index: is the product of the input speed and the duration expressed in hours. It is used to calculate the duration of the bearings of the input support. If you know the speed n1, the loads applied and the application point, the life in hours can be obtained.
INDICATIVE VALUES OF THE DURATIONS REQUIRED FOR DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS Application Agricultural machines Machines which operate intermittently or for brief periods (building machinery) Machines which operate intermittently or for brief periods with a high operative reliability (hoists) Machines which operate for 8 hours per day, but not fully utilised (various industrial machines, rotating crusher) Machines which operate for 8 hours per day, fully utilised (various industrial machines, conveyor belts) Machines operating continuously (rolling mills, textile machines) Hours of life required 300 - 3.000 3.000 - 8.000 8.000 - 12.000 10.000 - 25.000 20.000 - 30.000 40.000 - 50.000

Power
Pt = thermal power: maximum mechanical power that the gearbox can transmit while operating continuously, with splash lubrication without exceeding the thermal limit (oil temperature not greater than 90C). Greater powers can be transmitted by using an appropriate cooling system. The value refers to a continual operation with mechanical efficiency of 0,97 for each reduction stage, input speed of 1.500 n /min., ambient temperature 20C, altitude 0 / 500 m., application to the cover. For different conditions, the thermal power value must be multiplied by the thermal factors shown in the following table. For limited operating periods followed by rests period that are sufficiently long to guarantee an adequate cooling of the gearbox, the thermal power loses its significance and can be disregarded.
THERMAL FACTORS Room temperature 10C 20C 30C 40C 50C altitude m 0 500 1.000 1.500 2.000 working time 100% 1,2 1,0 0,8 0,7 0,5 80% 1,3 1,1 1,0 0,8 0,7 60% 1,4 1,3 1,1 1,0 0,8 input speed 400 1,2 1,2 1,1 1,1 1,1 800 1,1 1,1 1,0 1,0 1,0 1000 1,1 1,1 1,0 1,0 1,0 1500 1,0 1,0 0,9 0,9 0,9 2000 0,7 0,7 0,6 0,6 0,6 40% 1,6 1,4 1,3 1,1 1,0 20% 1,8 1,6 . 1,4 1,3 1,1

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GEARED MOTOR UNITS - General Information (continued)
Torque
TISO = limit torque: Transmittable torque of gearbox, with continuous operation, calculated in accordance to ISO DP 6336 for gears and safety factor 1. This torque corresponds to a life duration equal to 50x106 cycles of the most stressed element (theoretically considered unlimited by the ISO DP 6336; horizontal curve in the Whler fatigue diagram). This torque does not represent a duration but it is useful for a quick selection of a maximum size of the gearbox. Tcont = continuous torque: Transmittable torque of gearbox with continuous operation, that guarantees a duration of "h" hours, with a gearbox output rotation speed of "n2". Tcont is expressed as a function of the product n2 x h. Teq = equivalent torque: Teq represents the value of a constant torque which determines the same duration in hours of the torque induced by the work cycle. Known as T21 ...T2n the torque transmitted by the gearbox at the output speed n2 for a time duration in hours of h , the equivalent torque is:

where

Tmax = maximum torque: Value of maximum torque that the gearbox can transmit for short period of time. Tmax = 1,25 x Tcont when n2 x h = 50.000 In application with high number of cycles and a torque near the maximum, one must take into account an opportune safety factor. In this case it is recommended that our Tech. Dpt. be contacted. Timp = impulsive torque: Value of static torque or an istantaneous peak load that the gearbox can withstand: Timp = ( from 1,25 to 1,9 ) x Tcont Each coefficient is given in the life time table. when n2 x h = 50.000

Efficiency
nm = mechanical efficiency: ratio between the output power and input power. Normally it is considered to be equal to 0,97 - 0,98 per reduction stage that makes up the gearbox; it depends upon various factors, of which speed, torque, ratio, working position and lubrication.

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GEARBOX SELECTION METHOD
Selection
Once established the selection criteria, which can be defined using an ISO or AGMA safety factor, based upon the class according to the F.E.M. standard or by expressing a minimum life duration, the equivalent output torque Teq is determined as well as the required duration and the reduction ratio. Using these criteria the gearbox is selected. - safety factor ISO / AGMA: the gearbox must guarantee the requested theoretical lifetime. - F.E.M. class: the gearbox must guarantee that the requested theoretical lifetime correspond to that indicated by the F.E.M. class as a function of the max and Teq. - Life duration: the gearbox must have a life duration greater than that required as a function of Teq . For example, table on page 17 shows the continuous torques as a function of gearbox size and the reduction ratio. The start-up torque must not exceed the gearbox maximum torque. The number of start-up per hour and the hours of operation per day must be carefully considered. If the output speed is constantly less than 1 n/min., there may be problems with the lubrication of the output stage, which could reduce the calculated theoretical life. Contact our Tech. Dpt. for a proper selection.
DURATION REQUIRED BY THE FEM CLASSES class M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8 duration with Teq <0,50 TM (spectrum L1) 400-800 h 800-1.600 h 1.600-3.200 h 3.200-6.300 h 6.300-12.500 h 12.500-25.000 h 25.000-50.000 h >50.000 h duration with Teq <0,65 TM (spectrum L2) 200-400 h 400-800 h 1.600-3.200 h 3.200-6.300 h 6.300-12.500 h 12.500-25.000 h 25.000-50.000 h >50.000 h duration with Teq <0,80 TM (spectrum L3) <200 h 200-400 h 400-800 h 1.600-3.200 h 3.200-6.300 h 6.300-12.500 h 12.500-25.000 h 25.000-50.000 h duration with Teq < TM (spectrum L4) <200 h <200 h 200-400 h 400-800 h 800-1.600 h 1.600-3.200 h 3.200-6.300 h 6.300-12.500 h

MECHANISM SELECTION GUIDE ACCORDING TO FEM 1.001/3 Type of appliance hoisting Hand-operated appliance Erection cranes Erection and dismantling cranes for power stations, machine shops... Stocking and reclaiming transporters Workshop cranes Overhead travelling cranes, pig-breaking cranes, scrapyard cranes Ladle cranes Soaking-pit cranes Stripper cranes, open-heath furnace-charging cranes Forge cranes Bridge cranes for unloading, bridge cranes for containers Drydock cranes, shipyard jib cranes Floating cranes and pontoon derricks for very heavy loads Deck cranes Tower cranes for building Derricks Railway cranes allowed to run on train M1 M2-M3 M2 M5-M8 M6 M8 M7-M8 M8 M8 M8 M4-M8 M5-M6 M3-M4 M4-M6 M4 M2-M3 M3-M4 M2-M3 M4-M6 M4 M6 M6 M6 M4-M6 M4-M5 M3-M4 M3-M4 M5 M1-M2 M2-M3 Type of mechanism slewing luffing M1-M2 M3-M8 M4-M5 M3-M4 M3-M4 M4 M1-M2 M2-M3 traverse M1 M1-M2 M2 M4-M7 M4 M6-M7 M4-M5 M7 M7 M5 M4-M8 M4-M5 M2-M5 M3 travel M1 M2-M3 M2 M5-M8 M5 M7-M8 M6-M7 M8 M8 M6 M4-M5 M5-M6 M3-M4 M3 -

We waives all responsability of improper use of the selection criteria mentioned above, in particular for all applications subject to special rules (for example when personnel safety is involved) and place this responsability on the application constructor. Contact our Tech. Dpt. for all technical support. HT 05 / D / 111 / 0509 / E Pag. 9

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GEARBOX SELECTION METHOD (continued)
Verifications
Gearbox output support: For each gearbox the dynamic radial loads according to ISO 281 for a duration of L10 corresponding to n2 x h = 100.000 are shown in the diagrams. For different durations, applicable radial loads can be obtained by multiplying the values in the diagrams by the correction factor kf. With regard to eventual axial loads, one must ensure that they do not exceed the maximum allowed values. Output torque: the output torque must never exceed Tmax. In the event that brakes are mounted on the gearbox or the motor, one must ensure that the braking torque does not exceed the maximum torque of the gearbox itself multiplied by 1,1; with regard to the real braking torque, it is also necessary to consider the efficiency of the gearbox. Input speed: must not exceed the maximum gearbox input speed. Thermal power: in the event that the installed power is greater than the thermal power of the gearbox, it is necessary to provide a cooling circuit or to select a larger gearbox. The power to dissipate is: Pd = ( P 2 - P t ) x (1- m ) where P2 is the power transmitted by the gearbox. In the event that thermal power is not exceeded, but the application is particularly heavy, it may be necessary to install an oil circulation and filtering system.

MOTORS SELECTION METHOD


Hydraulic Drives
Knowing the hydraulic circuit pressure, from which the Dp of the motor can be obtained, the torque T1 , the speed n1 required at the input of the gearbox, the hydraulic motor capacity must be greater or equal to:

where nm is the mechanical efficiency. The necessary supply flow rate is:

where nv is the volumetric efficiency of the motor. Please use the following table as a guide for hydraulic motor selection.

HYDRAULIC MOTORS Use medium - heavy Pressure - bar Type of motor Speed - n/min. m v
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175 - 250 radial piston < 500 0,90 0,96

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MOTOR MOUNTING INSTRUCTION
Circuit and Application Notes
Mineral Oil recommendations The fluid should be a good hydraulic grade, non-detergent Mineral Oil. It should contain anti-oxidant, antifoam and demulsifying additives. It should contain antiwear or EP additives. WARNING: Automatic transmission fluids and motor oils are not recommended. Temperature limits Ambient min. -30C (-22F) Ambient max. + 70C (158F) Max. operating temperature range. Min -20C (-4F) +10C (50F) Max. + 80C (175F) +54C (130F) Note: To obtain optimum service life from both fluid and hydraulic systems components, a fluid operating temperature of 40C is recommended. Filtration Full flow filtration (open circuit), or full boost flow filtration (closed circuit) to ensure system cleanliness to ISO 4406/1986 code 18/15/12 (Class 7 NAS 1638) or cleaner. Start - up Fill the motor crankcase with clean system fluid. Noise level The airborne noise level is less than 66.7 dB(A) DIN (dB (A) NFPA) through the continuous operating envelope. Where noise is a critical factor, installation resonances can be reduced by isolating the motor by elastomeric means from the structure and the return line installation. Potential return line resonances originating from liquid borne noise can be further attenuated by providing a return line back pressure of 2 to 5 bar.

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MOTOR MOUNTING INSTRUCTION (continued)
Assembly Positions - Crankcase Drain
Motor Axis Horizontal. The recommended minimum pipe size for drain line lengths up to approx. 5m is 12.0mm 1/2 bore. Longer drain lines should have their bore size increased to keep the crankcase pressure within limits. The crankcase drain must be taken from a position above the horizontal centre line of the motor to ensure lubrication of the shaft bearings.

Connect to a drain port above motor centre line

Motor Axis Vertical, shaft down. The piping, from any drain port, must be taken above the level of the motorcase to ensure good bearing lubrication. The drain line should be run above the level of the uppermost bearing. If there is a risk of syphoning then a syphon breaker should be fitted.

Motor Axis Vertical, shaft up. Specify V within the model code for extra drain port, G1/4 (BSPF). Connect this port into the main drain line downstream of a 0.35 bar check valve to ensure good bearing lubrication. The piping arrangement must not allow syphoning from the motorcase. An additional G 1/4" (BSPF) drain port is provided when V (shaft vertically upwards) designator is given after the shaft type (see Ordering Code). This additional drain should be connected into the main motor casing drain line downstream of a 0.35 bar check valve to ensure lubrication of the upper bearing (see installation diagram). Pag. 12
Additional drain port G1/4" (BSPF)

Standard drain port 3/4" - 16 UNF 0.35 bar

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GEARBOX MOUNTING INSTRUCTION
Assembly Positions
In order to provide a complete definition of the constructive form of the gearbox, the assembly position must be defined. Based upon the position it is also possible to identify the oil filling, level and drain plugs.

Installation
Gearbox with flange and male shaft: The connecting surface should be flat, unpainted, machined and perpendicular to the rotation axis. The following table shows the required spigot with their representative tolerances.

Diameter Tollerance

mm mm

500 -630 + 0,076 + 0,186

630 -800 + 0,080 + 0,205

800 -1.000 + 0,086 + 0,226

1.000 - 1.250 + 0,098 + 0,263

Gearbox with female splined shaft: The female version gearboxes are not suitable for supporting output radial loads, it is therefore extremely important to properly align between the gearbox and the driven shaft. It is also necessary to check that driven shaft does not undergo bending during the working phases.

Torque arm mounted gearbox: It is necessary to carry out an anchorage of the torque arm that is not constrained to the axis of the gearbox. The anchorage must also be suitable shock proof. In the dimension tables of each gearbox one can find the minimum torque arm lenght needed to carry out the application correctly.

TIGHTENING TORQUES AND CLAMPING FORCES

Screw size M 10 M 12 M 14 M 16 M 18 M 20 M 22 M 24 M 27 M 30 M 33 M 36

Class 8.8 Torque Nm 50 85 136 213 300 430 580 730 1.080 1.470 2.000 2.550 Force N 27.000 39.500 54.500 75.000 93.500 120.000 148.000 170.000 225.000 270.000 335.000 390.000

Class 10.9 Torque Nm 70 120 195 310 420 600 810 1.000 1.500 2.050 2.750 3.500 Force N 39.000 57.000 78.000 105.000 130.000 165.000 210.000 240.000 315.000 385.000 460.000 535.000

Class 12.9 Torque Nm 85 145 230 360 495 700 965 1.200 1.800 2.450 3.300 4.500 Force N 46.000 67.000 92.000 127.000 153.000 195.000 245.000 285.000 370.000 455.000 550.000 645.000

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GEARBOX MOUNTING INSTRUCTION (continued)
Lubrication
WARNING: The gearbox is supplied without lubrication oil. Before use, the gearbox must be filled with oil up to the level indicated using one of the lubricating oils recommended. The choice and the quantity of oil will be referred to the installer / user based upon the type of application.

Paint
The supplied gearboxes are not painted. A few parts are treated with a base layer of water soluble epoxy ester red oxide. The customer must take care to carry out the surface treatment using a paint that is compatible with the base layer. O-Rings must be protected during the painting.

Installation of flange motor


The installation of the motor to the coupling flange supplied is a particularly simple operation, but it must be carried out following some important suggestions: - Lubricate the motor shaft and the coupling with a light film of grease or anti-seizure lubricant. - Ensure that the motor rests freely on the gearbox fixing flange without forcing on either the shaft or the spigot. - Tighten the fixing screws as indicated to the table on the previous page.

STORAGE
The gearboxes must not be stored in the open or in direct contact with the ground. For long time periods they must be stored full of oil, with external worked parts covered with grease and the coupling surfaces protected with anti-oxidant agents. We recommend to operate the gearboxes (a complete rotation of the output shaft is sufficient) without load at least once every two months. For further information regarding storage, please refer to the maintenance and operating manual.

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GEARBOX LUBRICATION
Type of lubricant
The gearboxes lubrication is carried out by an oil bath; before the first start-up it is necessary to fill it with oil, whilst ensuring visually using the level plug that the correct level is reached. This operation requires particular attention and the level must be re-checked after a few minutes of operation to ensure it has been carried out correctly. The quantities of oil shown in the catalogue are purely indicative and can vary in function of the reduction ratio and the type of gearbox input.

Choice of oil
Any type of oil for mechanical transmission can be used with EP additives with viscosity classes from VG 68 to VG 220 according ISO 3448 or SAE 80-90 W according SAE J 306-81. In particular cases we can use oils with different viscosities, in this event please contact our Tech. Dpt. The oil viscosity must be chosen as a function of the ambient temperature of the gearbox. For gearboxes that have to operate at high ambient temperatures or where there are strong thermal excursions, the use of synthetic based oils is recommended. In gearboxes with vertical installation and continuous operation, the oil can undergo excessive overheating ; in this case an external expansion tank is necessary to enable the oil to expand due to the thermal action.

Oil change
The oil change must be carried out after the first 150 hours of effective work, and then after the following 2000 to 4000 hours of operation, depending on the working condition and at least once a year. To facilitate the emptying of the gearbox, we advise that the oil change is carried out while the gearbox is warm. The internal parts must be washed with suitable liquid before the new oil introduction. Different oils must not be mixed together: this is particularly true for mineral and synthetic oils. After the gearbox has been operated, the oil level must be checked periodically and re-filling carried out if necessary.

Oil quantity
The oil quantities required for proper lubrication can be found in page 25.
OIL VISCOSITY OPERATING TEMPERATURE C SAE J-306-81 SAE 80W SAE 85W SAE 90W VG ISO 3448 -20 68 150 220 -10 0 10 AMBIENT TEMPERATURE C 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Ambient Temperature Viscosity MOBIL AGIP BP CASTROL ELF ESSO IP SHELL TOTAL ISO 3448 IV min.

Mineral Oil -15C / +25C VG 100 95 MOBILGEAR 627 BLASIA 100 ENERGOL GR XP 100 ALPHA SP100 REDUCTELF SP100 SPARTAN EP100 MELLANA 100 OMALA OIL 100 CARTER EP100N

Mineral Oil -5C / +40C VG 150 95 MOBILGEAR 629 BLASIA 150 GR XP 150 ALPHA SP150 REDUCTELF SP150 SPARTAN EP150 MELLANA 150 OMALA OIL 150 CARTER EP150

Syntetic Oil -25C / +80C VG 150 - 220 165 MOBILGEAR SHC XMP 220 BLASIA SX 220 ENERSYNT HTX 220 ALPHASYNT 220 ORITIS 125 MS SPARTAN SYNT EP220 TELESIA OIL 150 OMALA OIL HD 200 CARTER SH 220

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MOTOR SELECTION CHART
Fixed Displacement Radial Piston Hydraulic Motors HMB Series
Motor Model HMB 010 HMB 030 HMB 045 HMB 060 HMB 080 HMB 100 HMB 125 HMB 150 HMB 200 HMB 270 HMB 325 HMB 400 (4") HMB 400 (4-1/2") HMB 700 Displacement cm3/n 188 442 740 983 1.344 1.639 2.050 2.470 3.080 4.310 5.310 6.800 11.600 Rated Pressure bar 207 207 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Intermittent Pressure bar 240 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 290 Continuous Speed n/min. 500 450 400 300 300 250 220 220 175 125 100 120 100 Continuous Power kW 25 42 60 80 100 110 100 115 130 140 140 190 240 Approx Weight kg 40 73 120 144 144 144 217 265 265 420 429 481 510 1.050

Dual Displacement Radial Piston Hydraulic Motors HMC Series


Motor Model HMC 030 HMC 045 HMC 080 HMC 125 HMC 200 HMC 270 HMC 325 Displacement min/max. * cm3/n 49 - 492 81 - 737 82 - 1.475 82 - 2.048 80 - 3.080 160 - 4.588 492 - 5.326 Rated Pressure bar 207 250 250 250 250 250 250 Intermittent Pressure bar 241 275 275 275 275 275 275 Continuous Speed ** n/min. 1.000 - 450 1.000 - 450 1.000 - 300 1.000 - 190 1.000 - 175 1.000 -120 350 - 100 Continuous Power *** kW 60 99 138 135 174 189 189 Approx Weight kg 100 150 172 235 282 450 460

* Intermediate displacements can be made available to special order ** At min / max. displacement *** At max. displacement

Dual Displacement Radial Piston Hydraulic Motors HPC Series (Low friction components)
Motor Model HPC 080 HPC 125 HPC 200 HPC 270 HPC 325 Displacement min/max. * cm3/n 164 - 1.600 164 - 2.048 164 - 3.087 328 - 4.588 492 - 5.326 Rated Pressure bar 250 250 250 250 250 Intermittent Pressure bar 275 275 275 275 275 Continuous Speed ** n/min. 1.000 - 270 1.000 - 190 1.000 - 175 1.000 -120 350 - 100 Continuous Power *** kW 165 202 261 278 278 Approx Weight kg 172 235 282 450 460

* Intermediate displacements can be made available to special order ** At min. / max. displacement *** At max. displacement, 250 bar, with flushing

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GEARBOX SELECTION CHART GB 40000
Number of Stages Gearbox type Ratio ie Output Torque T ISO Nm 395000 360650 283320 226210 395000 360650 360650 283320 283320 226210 395000 389829 360650 360650 360650 360650 360650 360650 283320 283320 226210 226210 389829 395000 389829 389829 283320 360650 360650 360650 360650 360650 283320 360650 360650 283320 283320 226210 360650 360650 389829 360650 360650 360650 360650 360650 360650 360650 62 76 97 135 221 Thermal Power Pt kW Tcont. - (Nm) n2 x h 10.000 426921 502722 376357 291202 426921 502722 494447 376357 376357 291202 426921 425614 502722 494447 502722 494447 471091 406757 376357 376357 291202 291202 400516 421228 425614 398824 376357 471091 406757 413667 406757 406757 376357 357174 406757 376357 376357 291202 494447 357174 398824 494447 406757 471091 406757 406757 406757 406757 n2 x h 25.000 371668 437659 327648 253514 371668 437659 437659 327648 327648 253514 371668 371668 437659 437659 437602 437659 437659 386007 327648 327648 253514 253514 304254 319988 352409 371668 327648 437659 386007 383565 386007 386007 327648 338954 386007 327648 327648 253514 398787 338954 371668 398787 386007 418054 386007 386007 386007 386007 n2 x h 50.000 334674 394096 295036 228281 334674 394096 394096 295036 295036 228281 322174 334674 364574 394096 355443 391456 385840 371017 295036 295036 228281 228281 247131 259911 286244 315264 295036 356754 371017 311551 371017 371017 295036 325791 371017 295036 295036 228281 323915 325791 310191 323915 371017 339565 371017 371017 371017 371017 n2 x h 100.000 301362 336833 276518 218175 291397 329746 324154 276518 276518 218175 261686 286455 296125 324154 288709 317960 313399 306737 276518 276518 218175 218175 200732 211113 232502 256073 270489 289774 306737 253057 306737 306737 276518 277002 305068 276518 276518 218175 263100 278518 251953 263100 306737 275812 306737 306737 305068 306737 n2 x h 500.000 210209 207836 201785 199005 179801 203463 200013 201785 201785 199005 161469 176752 182719 200013 178142 196191 193377 189266 201785 201785 199005 199005 123858 130263 143461 158005 166900 178799 189266 156144 189266 189266 184001 170919 188236 201785 201785 199005 162341 171854 155463 162341 189266 170184 189266 189266 188236 189266 n2 x h n2 x h 1.000.000 2.000.000 170742 168815 163900 161836 146043 165263 162461 163900 163900 161836 131153 143567 148413 162461 144696 159356 157070 153732 163900 163900 161836 161836 100604 105806 116526 128340 135564 145230 153732 126828 153732 153732 149455 138829 152895 163900 163900 161836 131862 139589 126275 131862 153732 138232 153732 153732 152895 153732 138686 137120 133128 131451 118624 134235 131959 133128 133128 131451 106529 116612 120549 131959 117529 129437 127581 124869 133128 133128 131451 131451 81715 85941 94649 104244 110112 117963 124869 103016 124869 124869 121395 112764 124189 133128 133128 131451 107105 113381 102567 107105 124869 112279 124869 124869 124189 124869 Max.Input Speed n1 n/min. 1300 1300 1300 1300 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500 3100 3100 3100 3100 3100 3100 3100 3100 3100 3100

3,43

GB 40001

4,09 5,25 6,23 13,14 15,68 18,00 20,13 23,10 27,42 50,47 57,93 60,22 69,12 74,28 85,26 97,88 116,31 125,61 149,26 154,33 177,15 206,37 221,79 254,57 292,23 316,01 348,68 414,35 434,88 483,12 593,17 637,22 694,83 797,54 891,69 1023,51 1214,71 1093,50 1299,54 1448,12 1620,00 1760,97 2051,92 2209,85 2520,97 2871,14 3163,57

GB 40002

GB 40003

GB 40004

GB 40005

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ORDER CODE

GB

4000 3 H

57,93 ST

AA

B5

HMB

200

Gearbox GB Series

Gearbox frame size: 4000.. Motor displacement: See motor selection table Number of stages: 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 Motor type: HMB HMC HPC

Output version: H - Heawy duty flange type output support

Working position: B5 - Horizontal V1 - Vertical shaft down V3 - Vertical shaft up

Output shaft: S - Male splined shaft C - Parallel kejed shaft K - K1 - Parallel special shaft FS - Female splined shaft HQ - Shrink disc shaft

Motor adapter configuration: Radial Piston Motor

Reduction ratio: Please write the exact ratio as shown on the selection tables

Direct input: ST

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GB 40000 - Installation Drawing

63x32x400 UNI 6604

120

302

425 12.5

225

220 GB 40001

290 h7

200

M 24 N2

760 h8

870

32 N36

260 210 25 175

M24 N8

260 f7

200

50 W280x5x54x8f DIN 5480

283 f7

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GB 40000 - Installation Drawing

265 1/8"G

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295 g6

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GB 40000 - Installation Drawing

H7

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GB 40000 - Installation Drawing
GB 40002 HS.......HMB 270

Dimension depending on motor type and size 290 465 141,5 460,5

GB 40003 HS.......HMB 200

Dimension depending on motor type and size 290 842,5 446

For motor dimensions see specific catalogues: HMB - HMC - HPC. For different sizes and types of motors please consult our Tech. Dpt.

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GB 40000 - Installation Drawing
GB 40004 HS.......HMB 200

Dimension depending on motor type and size 290 970 446

For motor dimensions see specific catalogues: HMB - HMC - HPC. For different sizes and types of motors please consult our Tech. Dpt.

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GB 40000
Technical Characteristics - Load on Shaft

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GEARED MOTOR UNITS - Accessories
Torque Arm BR

GEARBOX TYPE GB 40000

VERSION H

A 870

B 870

C 32 (36)

D 140

E 160

F 100

G 70

H 1500

H1 2000

L 40

Shrink Disk GA

GEARBOX TYPE GB 40000

A 360

B 590

C 162

Screw D Size - class - n M 20 - 10.9 - (24)

Tightening torque 490 Nm

T max 522.000 Nm

Weight table (without motor)


Gearbox type GB 40001 GB 40002 GB 40003 GB 40004 GB 40005 Weight kg * 2025 2356 2474 2500 2514

Oil quantity table


Oil quantity - lt * Mounting position Gearbox type B5 V1 V3

GB 40001 GB 40002 GB 40003 GB 40004 GB 40005 * Indicative quantity

44 5 44.5 48.5 49.7 50.5 51.0

88 5 88.5 96.5 99.3 100.9 101.7

88 5 88.5 96.5 99.3 100.9 101.7

* Indicative dry weight without motor

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