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Looking for rotating machinery drive applications

Looking for rotating machinery drive applications

Looking for rotating machinery drive applications

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Hi all,

I'm looking for possible applications for a new kind of rotary drive we are developing.

The drive has advantages when applied to rotating machinery which require low-speed/high-torque, high frequency/accuracy stop/start movements, forward/reverse/brake action etc.

However, the drive is much more suited to applications which require lots of stop/start, high accuracy movements rather than continuous rotation drives.

The kind of size I am talking about is comparable with Hagglunds hydraulic motors, which are used on cement rotary kiln drives, reclaimer bucket drives, feeder drives etc..

I believe there are many different kinds of machines in various industries which require the described drive qualities.

However, I am having trouble finding exact machines/applications which may be suitable for us.

Any help in directing us to potential applications would be gratefully received.

Feel free to ask more questions if you like.

Cheers,

Andy.  

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