The worm gear reducer is divided into two types: common cast iron worm gear reducer and aluminum alloy worm gear reducer.
Worm gear reducers are commonly used in high-torque, low-speed transmissions to reduce the speed and increase the output torque by passing the motor and other higher-speed power through the worm gear reducer. The worm gear reducer is installed between the electric motor and the working unit, and the electric motor transmits power, and the worm gear reducer speeds down, so that the rotational speed and the torque are transmitted from the output shaft to the working unit.
The number of transmission stages of the worm gear reducer is divided into two stages and a single stage. The number of transmission stages can be selected according to the actual needs of the mechanical equipment, and the worm gear reducer is usually used with the motor and the transmission. The single-input two-axis worm gear reducer can also be equipped with an electromagnetic clutch and an electromagnetic brake at both ends of the input to form a superior reducer clutch brake combination with the functions of deceleration, braking and clutching.