Drop - In Replacement Gear Reducers

Drop - In Replacement Gear Reducers
Steel Mill Galvanizing Line

These various-sized reducers were ordered to replace existing boxes which were no longer available from the OEM. The bolt pattern on the OEM’s new line of reducers rendered the old model obsolete. Delta Dynamics went on-site, measured the existing reducers and manufactured new reducers to work with the existing mounting configuration.


Drop - In Replacement Gear Reducers
Cooling Tower Drive

This reducer was ordered to replace a reducer discontinued by the OEM. The reducer was manufactured with case-hardened alloy steel gearing, 100,000 L10 life bearings, redundant acrylic seals and cast-iron housing with four-point mounting to reduce noise and vibration.


Drop - In Replacement Gear Reducers
Inline Reducer

The cast-iron housing of this Pulp & Paper mill reducer was easily broken. Other mill machinery had been built around the reducer, preventing the use of a different reducer model. Delta Dynamics built a new reducer with a welded steel housing and the old internal gearing. Reducer lifetime was increased from 4.5 months to over two years.


Drop - In Replacement Gear Reducers
SR-18 Reducer

An older model reducer that was very common in Pulp & Paper mills was replaced by a new Delta Dynamics reducer with gearing made to AGMA standards. The service factor was more than doubled and maintenance requirements, noise, and cost were all substantially reduced.


Drop - In Replacement Gear Reducers
Lubrication

A continuous-splash lubrication system is used in most ratios and speeds for gear reducers. This reducer was built with a Forced Lubrication system, using an oil pump, filters, heat exchangers, sight gauges and an alarm system. Both systems greatly increase the longevity and power ratings of reducers.