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A speed reducer slows electrical currents in power transmission to protect against surges, and to make dangerous levels usable for normal applications. Choose the right speed reducer from a variety of shaft assemblies and torque capacities. Use a mounting base or a torque arm when the reducer is not directly attached to a drive mechanism. Shop speed reducers and essential power transmission equipment at Grainger.
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I have a DC motor with a 182 N.m torque, 40 rpm and 0.75 Kw. I would like to add a gear reducer to reduce the 40 to 2 rpm. Do you have a Gearr reducer for that purpose ?
Is there any other important considerations to reduce the speed from 40 to 2 rpm ?
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