Interroll upgrades 127i drum motor for food processing
The internal gearing system features no external moving parts, making the Drum Motor 127i safe and quiet.
The Drum Motor 127i features a space-saving design available with 3-phase motors for designers who are searching for a simple component that minimizes space in driving systems. Interrolls Drum Motor 127i has a conveying speed up to 315 fpm with 1.0 HP. The drum motor can operate in temperatures up to 104°F and is virtually maintenance free, with oil changes are recommended every 20,000 hours.
The Drum Motor 127i is available with numerous options, including; a stainless steel exterior, rubbing lagging, mechanical backstop, parallel shell (no crown), sprocket mounting and matching idler pulleys.
Our new Drum Motor 127i is a self-contained unit that requires less electrical power than other standard drives and reduces frictional losses between the motor and gearbox, said Ken Cowlin, Interroll National Director Sales and Marketing. The 127i is a safer, higher-performing, space-saving solution that handles higher work loads and drives longer belt conveyors with increased product weights.
Products developed by Interroll are deployed on a global scale - wherever goods have to be conveyed, stored or distributed. Committed to excellence, Interroll offers cuttingedge solutions spanning the entire value chain, for a diverse range of industries. Interroll endeavors to establish a leading position in selected product segments for internal unit load handling - worldwide. Established in 1959 and listed on the Swiss Stock Exchange SWX, the Interroll Group currently employs 1300 people at around 28 enterprises worldwide. Directed by a strategic holding company located in Sant'Antonino, Switzerland, the Group operates with three global business units. Within the components segment, "Interroll Drives & Rollers" focuses on supplying regional engineering companies and original equipment manufacturers. Within the area of modules and subsystems, "Interroll Dynamic Storage" and "Interroll Automation" have tailored their product portfolios to meet the requirements of global systems integrators, multinational corporations and end-users. Interroll develops all-embracing solutions in the field of food processing and distribution, airport technology, mail and parcel distribution, third-party logistics, automotive suppliers and pharmaceuticals.
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