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Speed Reducer, C-Face, 56C, 57.5:1
- Item # 4Z614
- Mfr. Model # 4Z614
- UNSPSC # 26111503
- Catalog Page # 134
- Shipping Weight 25.5 lbs.
- ItemSpeed Reducer
- Speed Reducer TypeC-Face
- Shaft OrientationParallel/Inline
- Input RPM1750
- Nominal Output RPM30
- Bore Dia.5/8"
- Overhung Load885 lb.
- Nominal Ratio57.5:1
- Max. Input HP0.5
- Max. Torque998 in.-lb.
- Output Torque @ 1/40 HP3600
- Output Torque @ 1/3 HP499 in.-lb.
- Output Torque @ 1/2 HP665 in.-lb.
- Output Torque @ 3/4 HP998 in.-lb.
- Number of Stages1
- LubricationKlubersynth UH1 6-460
- Seal TypeDouble Lip
- Pinion MaterialHardened Steel
- Gear TypeHelical
- Gear MaterialHardened and Ground Steel
- Housing MaterialCast Iron
- FinishPowdered Epoxy Paint
- Single/Double OutputSingle Output
- Solid/Hollow Output ShaftSolid
- Output Shaft Dia.1"
- Output Shaft Height4-7/8"
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