Stepper and Servo Motors from Heason Technology
High performance Stepper and Servo Motors, rare-earth magnets from Heason Technology, with high power density, optional integral brakes, electronics and feedback.
Inspection robots are commonly used for inspecting the inside of pipelines (deep wells, tanks, vessels etc.).
The rotary encoders with PROFIBUS interface now support the DP-V2 encoder profile, which makes them ready for robot control and production technology.
Kollmorgen continues to grow its winning heritage in hybrid stepper motors with the PMX motor series
Reduce cleaning times without compromising on performance and installation space with the AKMH Stainless Steel Kollmorgen Servo Motor.
A versatile, permanent servo motor.
With 8 standard frame sizes plus 28 frame-stack lengths available, AKM servo motors offer unprecedented flexibility and performance advantages
AKM Washdown series synchronous motors are a practical and cost-effective alternative to motors that employ high grade stainless steel housings.
With IP67 rated PTFE sealing, a special two-component epoxy coating and stainless steel output shafts these synchronous motors ensure complete resistance to corrosive chemicals including highly alkaline or acidic cleaning products.
Cartridge DDR Servo Motors combine the performance advantages of a frameless motor with the ease of installation of a full-frame motor.
With a design targeted for the most common servomotor features and offering torque ranges from 0.5N-m to almost 16 N-m, VLM delivers all the torque and performance of a servo while helping you control application costs.
The AKMH makes for quick cleaning. Designed for CIP (Clean-In-Place) with no need for covers, the AKMH will maximize your uptime and profits.
ABB's BSM N-series provides applications with low inertia to attain the highest acceleration capability – to allow you to position faster. The BSM N-series is used in the world's fastest machines and demanding applications.
The BSM C-series has as standard, a “higher” inertia compared to other ABB brushless motors – thus providing an excellent match for equipment requiring “higher” inertial matching for the machine. The goal of this series design was to increase torque while reducing package size (comparing to previous ABB series). The result was a torque increase of up to 50% in some models, with a package reduction of up to 50mm (2 inches).
The BSM R-series from ABB allow designers to make use of the benefits of brushless technology in smaller compact packages – less maintenance, quieter operation, faster acceleration. This series provides continuous stall torques ranging from 1.4 lb-in (0.16 N-m) to 11.2 lb-in (1.2 N-m). Peak torques are three times continuous stall.