Pre-finished travel unit for a low-maintenance direct drive with versatile application possibilities due to compatibility to numerous shaft-mounted gear boxes from various manufacturers.
„Our wheel blocks run at -30 to +200 degrees and offer versatile application possibilities.“Thomas Miesner, Sales department wheel blocks
Made in Germany
Heavy duty and robust design from in-house production
Precise and simple
Simple processing based on drawing, sketches or samples.
Our standard documentation includes a test report according to DIN EN 10204-2.2
High-quality materials and production according to the highest quality standards, guarantee our wheel blocks a maximum service life.
Every component is subjected to a detailed final inspection before delivery.
Pre-finished travel units for the low-maintenance direct drive, suitable for shaft mounted gear reducers from various manufacturers. In sizes (wheel diameter) 160, 200, 250, 315 and 400 mm, we offer solutions for a wide range of applications from -30 to +200 degrees C. Variable and simple assembly (top-, side- or bolt connection), different running wheel materials and drivers as well as suitable surface profiles for your rails. On request, rubberised running surface and including accessories, such as guide rollers, rail cleaners or buffer stops. Also available as a complete drive unit with motor.
Surface protection and lubrication
- Standard corrosion prevention with high quality 2 component primary coat
- Multi-layer coating systems up to C5-M, on request
- Preservation of functional and contact surfaces with Tectyl or spray oil
- Rolling bearings including grease filling (K2K as standard, special greases according to customer specifications)
- Test certification according DIN EN 10204-2.2
- On request, inspection certificate according to DIN EN 10204-3.1 or 3.2 (external inspection by certified society)
- Optional, also with measurement report
- Competent consultation provided by our product experts
- Application analysis for determinating the optimal design
- Wear pattern analysis