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Industrial Gear Units
Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units
X.. Series
Torque Classes from 6.8 kNm to 475 kNm

Edition 02/2013 20030940 / EN

SEW-EURODRIVE—Driving the world

1 Introduction ......................................................................................................... 7
1.1 The SEW-EURODRIVE group of companies ............................................. 7
1.2 Products and systems from SEW-EURODRIVE......................................... 8
1.3 Copyright................................................................................................... 10
1.4 Structure of the notes................................................................................ 10
1.5 Important information ................................................................................ 10
2 Product Description and Overview of Types.................................................. 11
2.1 Design features......................................................................................... 11
2.2 Overview of advantages ........................................................................... 11
2.3 Application areas ...................................................................................... 11
2.4 General information .................................................................................. 12
2.5 Input and output shaft ............................................................................... 20
2.6 Overview of output shafts and gear unit mounting.................................... 24
2.7 Overview of motor connection .................................................................. 25
2.8 Overview of sealing systems .................................................................... 26
2.9 Type designations..................................................................................... 29
2.10 Nameplate................................................................................................. 31
2.11 Coating and surface protection systems ................................................... 32
2.12 Storage and transport conditions .............................................................. 33
3 Mounting Positions, Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions ..................... 35
3.1 Mounting positions .................................................................................... 35
3.2 Mounting surfaces .................................................................................... 37
3.3 Shaft positions .......................................................................................... 38
3.4 Mounting positions and standard mounting surfaces................................ 40
3.5 Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions ........................................ 42
3.6 Mounting position sheets .......................................................................... 47
3.7 Corresponding directions of rotation, position of backstop ....................... 49
4 Project Planning for Drives .............................................................................. 52
4.1 Additional documentation.......................................................................... 52
4.2 Project planning procedure ....................................................................... 52
4.3 Project planning example: Conveyor drive ............................................... 70
5 Lubrication, Cooling, and Heating................................................................... 75
5.1 Overview of the lubrication and cooling types........................................... 75
5.2 Lubricant selection / lubricant table........................................................... 76
5.3 Accessories............................................................................................... 91
5.4 Cooling...................................................................................................... 97
5.5 Oil heater /OH ......................................................................................... 121
6 Options and Accessories ............................................................................... 127
6.1 Torque arm /T ......................................................................................... 127
6.2 Mounting flange /F .................................................................................. 128
6.3 Flange couplings with cylindrical interference fit /FC .............................. 129
6.4 Backstop /BS .......................................................................................... 130
6.5 Motor adapter /MA .................................................................................. 132
6.6 V-belt drives /VBD................................................................................... 135

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6.7 Drive packages on a steel frame ........................................................... 136
7 Condition Monitoring...................................................................................... 138
7.1 Pressure switch /PS................................................................................ 138
7.2 Temperature sensor /PT100 ................................................................... 139
7.3 Temperature switch /NTB ....................................................................... 140
7.4 Temperature switch /TSK ....................................................................... 141
7.5 Diagnostic unit DUO10A (oil ageing) ...................................................... 142
7.6 Diagnostic unit DUV10A (vibration diagnostics) ..................................... 144
7.7 Adapter for mounting external vibration sensors ................................... 146
8 Design and Operating Notes.......................................................................... 147
8.1 General information ................................................................................ 147
8.2 Gear unit mounting ................................................................................. 147
8.3 Dimensioning the machine shaft for hollow shaft gear units ................... 148
8.4 Dimensioning the machine shaft with flange coupling ............................ 148
8.5 X2K.. with backstop for hollow shaft gear units ...................................... 148
9 Important Information .................................................................................... 149
9.1 Information about dimension sheets ....................................................... 149
9.2 Guide to the selection tables and main dimension sheets ...................... 151
10 Selection Tables.............................................................................................. 153
10.1 Information about the selection tables .................................................... 153
10.2 X.F.. helical gear units ............................................................................ 154
10.3 X.K.. bevel-helical gear units .................................................................. 200
10.4 X.T.. bevel-helical gear units................................................................... 246
11 Dimension Sheets: Horizontal Gear Units, Mounting Position M1............. 276
11.1 X.F.. helical gear units [mm] ................................................................... 276
11.2 X.F.. helical gear units V-belt drives /VBD [mm] ..................................... 294
11.3 X.K.. bevel-helical gear units [mm] ......................................................... 308
11.4 X.K.. bevel-helical gear units V-belt drives /VBD [mm] ........................... 324
11.5 X.T.. Kegelstirnradgetriebe [mm] ............................................................ 334
12 Dimension Sheets: Vertical Gear Units, Mounting Position M5 ................. 342
12.1 X.F.. helical gear units [mm] ................................................................... 342
12.2 X.K.. bevel-helical gear units [mm] ......................................................... 354
13 Dimension Sheets: Upright Gear Units, Mounting Position M4 ................. 366
13.1 X.F.. helical gear units [mm] ................................................................... 366
13.2 X.K.. bevel-helical gear units [mm] ......................................................... 378
13.3 X.T.. bevel-helical gear units [mm].......................................................... 390
14 Dimension Sheets: Options .......................................................................... 398
14.1 Universal housing /HU [mm] ................................................................... 398
14.2 Housing bores [mm]................................................................................ 408
14.3 Input shaft /HSST [mm]........................................................................... 412
14.4 Output shaft /LSST [mm] ........................................................................ 415
14.5 Hollow shaft with key X..A [mm].............................................................. 416
14.6 Hollow shaft with shrink disk X..H [mm] .................................................. 418
14.7 Splined solid shaft X..L [mm] .................................................................. 420

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14.8 Splined hollow shaft X..V [mm] ............................................................... 422
14.9 Smooth solid shaft X..R [mm] ................................................................. 424
14.10 Oil expansion tank /ET - mounting position M1/M3 [mm] ....................... 426
14.11 Oil expansion tank /ET - mounting position M4 [mm] ............................. 427
14.12 Oil expansion tank /ET - mounting position M5/M6 [mm] ....................... 429
14.13 Shaft end pump /SEP [mm] .................................................................... 430
14.14 Motor pump /ONP..-00/M - mounting position M1/M3 [mm] ................... 431
14.15 Motor pump /ONP..-10/M - mounting position M5/M6 [mm] ................... 432
14.16 Fan X..F /FAN [mm] ................................................................................ 433
14.17 Fan X..K /FAN [mm]................................................................................ 435
14.18 Fan X..K /FAN-ADV [mm] ....................................................................... 437
14.19 Fan X..T /FAN [mm] ................................................................................ 438
14.20 Water cooling cover /CCV [mm].............................................................. 439
14.21 Water cooling cartridge /CCT [mm]......................................................... 440
14.22 Oil-water cooler /OWC..-00/M [mm] ........................................................ 444
14.23 Oil-water cooler /OWC..-10/M [mm] ........................................................ 445
14.24 Oil-water cooler /OWC..-00/S [mm] ........................................................ 447
14.25 Oil-water cooler /OWP..-00/M [mm] ........................................................ 448
14.26 Oil-water cooler /OWP..-10/M [mm] ........................................................ 449
14.27 Oil-water cooler /OWP..-00/S [mm]......................................................... 451
14.28 Oil-air cooler /OAC..-00/S [mm] .............................................................. 452
14.29 Oil-air cooler /OAP..00/S [mm]................................................................ 453
14.30 Oil heater /OH [mm] ................................................................................ 454
14.31 Torque arm /T [mm] ................................................................................ 459
14.32 Torque arm /T-HH [mm] .......................................................................... 460
14.33 Mounting flange B14 with solid shaft /F [mm] ......................................... 461
14.34 Mounting flange B14 with hollow shaft /F [mm] ...................................... 462
14.35 Mounting flange B5 with solid shaft /F [mm] ........................................... 463
14.36 Mounting flange B5 with hollow shaft /F [mm] ........................................ 464
14.37 Flange coupling /FC [mm] ....................................................................... 465
14.38 Backstop X.F.. /BS [mm] ........................................................................ 466
14.39 Backstop X.K.. /BS [mm] ........................................................................ 469
14.40 Backstop X.T.. /BS [mm] ........................................................................ 472
14.41 IEC motor adapter /MA [mm] ................................................................. 474
14.42 NEMA motor adapter /MA [inch] ............................................................ 501
14.43 Oil dipstick /OD [mm] .............................................................................. 523
14.44 Oil drain valve /ODV ............................................................................... 525
14.45 Oil level glass /OLG [mm] ....................................................................... 526

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15 Drive Packages on a Steel Structure............................................................. 528
15.1 X3K.. swing base with elastic coupling [mm] .......................................... 528
15.2 X3K.. swing base with elastic coupling and and drum brake [mm] ......... 532
15.3 X3K.. swing base with hydraulic centrifugal coupling [mm] .................... 536
15.4 X3K.. swing base with hydraulic centrifugal coupling and
drum brake [mm] ..................................................................................... 540
15.5 X3K.. base frame with elastic coupling [mm] .......................................... 544
15.6 X3K.. base frame with elastic coupling and drum brake [mm] ................ 548
15.7 X3K.. base frame with hydraulic centrifugal coupling [mm] .................... 552
15.8 X3K.. base frame with hydraulic centrifugal
coupling and drum brake [mm] ............................................................... 556
16 Abbreviation Key and Index........................................................................... 584
16.1 Abbreviation key ..................................................................................... 584
16.2 Index ....................................................................................................... 585

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1
Introduction
The SEW-EURODRIVE group of companies

1 Introduction
1.1 The SEW-EURODRIVE group of companies
Global presence
Driving the world – with innovative drive solutions for all branches and every application.
Products and systems from SEW-EURODRIVE are used in a multitude of applications
– worldwide. Be it in the automotive, building materials, food and beverage or metal-pro-
cessing industry – the decision to use drive technology "made by SEW-EURODRIVE"
stands for reliability for both functionality and investment.
Not only are we represented in all important industries of our time, we are also present
all over the world: with 15 production plants and 76 assembly plants in 45 countries and
our customer service, which we see as an integrative part of our portfolio that extends
our high quality standards.

Always the right drive
The SEW-EURODRIVE modular concept offers millions of combinations. This wide se-
lection enables you to choose the correct drive for any application, each based on the
required speed and torque range, space available and the ambient conditions. Gear
units and gearmotors offering a unique and finely tuned performance range and the best
economic prerequisites to face your drive challenges.
Our electronic components – MOVITRAC® frequency inverters, MOVIDRIVE® drive in-
verters and MOVIAXIS® multi-axis servo inverters – enhance the gearmotors, forming
a combination that blends perfectly with the existing SEW-EURODRIVE systems pro-
gram. As in the case for mechanical systems, the development, production and assem-
bly is also carried out completely by SEW-EURODRIVE. In combination with our drive
electronics, these drives provide the utmost in flexibility.
Products of the servo drive system, such as low backlash servo gear units, compact ser-
vomotors or MOVIAXIS® multi-axis servo inverters provide precision and dynamics.
From single-axis or multi-axis applications all the way to synchronized process sequenc-
es, servo drive systems by SEW-EURODRIVE offer a flexible and customized imple-
mentation of your application.
For economical, decentralized installations, SEW-EURODRIVE offers components from
its decentralized drive system, such as MOVIMOT®, the gearmotor with integrated fre-
quency inverter or MOVI-SWITCH®, the gearmotor with integrated switching and pro-
tection function. SEW-EURODRIVE hybrid cables have been designed specifically to
ensure cost-effective solutions, independent of the philosophy behind or the size of the
system. The latest developments from SEW-EURODRIVE: MOVITRANS® – system
components for contactless energy transfer, MOVIPRO® – the decentralized drive con-
trol, and MOVIFIT® – the new decentralized intelligence.
Power, quality and sturdy design combined in one standard product: With high torque
levels, industrial gear units from SEW-EURODRIVE realize major movements. The
modular concept once again provides optimum adaptation of industrial gear units to
meet a wide range of the most varying applications.

Your ideal partner
Its global presence, extensive product range and broad spectrum of services make
SEW-EURODRIVE the ideal partner for the machinery and plant construction industry
when it comes to providing drive systems for demanding applications in all branches of
industries and applications.

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Introduction
1 Products and systems from SEW-EURODRIVE

1.2 Products and systems from SEW-EURODRIVE
The products and systems from SEW-EURODRIVE are divided into four product
groups. These four product groups are:
1. Gearmotors and frequency inverters
2. Servo drive systems
3. Decentralized drive systems
4. Industrial gear units

Products and systems used in several group applications are listed in a separate group
"Products and systems covering several product groups". Consult the following tables
to locate the products and systems included in the respective product group:
1. Gearmotors and frequency inverters
Gear units / gearmotors Motors Frequency inverter
• Helical gear units / helical • Asynchronous AC motors / • MOVITRAC® frequency
gearmotors AC brakemotors inverters
• Parallel shaft helical gear • Pole-changing AC motors / • MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters
units / parallel-shaft helical AC brakemotors • Control, technology and com-
gearmotors • Energy-efficient motors munication options for invert-
• Helical-bevel gear units / heli- • Explosion-proof AC motors / ers
cal-bevel gearmotors AC brakemotors
• Helical-worm gear units / heli- • Torque motors
cal-worm gearmotors • Single-phase motors / single-
• Spiroplan® right-angle gear- phase brakemotors
motors • Asynchronous linear motors
• EMS drives
• Geared torque motors
• Pole-changing gearmotors
• Variable speed gear units /
variable speed gearmotors
• Aseptic gearmotors
• Gear units / gearmotors to
ATEX standard
• Variable speed gear units /
variable speed gearmotors to
ATEX standard

2. Servo drive systems
Servo gear units / servo gear- Servomotors Servo drive inverters / servo
motors inverters
• Low backlash planetary servo • Asynchronous servomotors / • MOVIDRIVE® servo drive
gear units / planetary gear- servo brakemotors inverters
motors • Synchronous servomotors / • MOVIAXIS® multi-axis servo
• Low backlash helical-bevel servo brakemotors inverters
servo gear units / helical- • Explosion-proof servomotors • Control, technology and com-
bevel gearmotors / servo brakemotors munication options for servo
• Explosion-proof servo gear • Synchronous linear motors drive inverters and servo
units / servo gearmotors inverters

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1
Introduction
Products and systems from SEW-EURODRIVE

3. Decentralized drive systems
Decentralized drives Communication and installa- Contactless energy transfer
tion
• MOVIMOT® gearmotors with • Fieldbus interfaces • MOVITRANS® system
integrated frequency inverter • Field distributors for decen- – Stationary components
• MOVIMOT® motors/brakemo- tralized installation for energy supply
tors with integrated frequency • MOVIFIT® product range – Mobile components for
inverter – MOVIFIT® MC for con- energy consumption
• MOVI-SWITCH® gearmotors trolling MOVIMOT® – Line cables and installa-
with integrated switching and drives tion material
protection function – MOVIFIT® SC with inte-
• MOVI-SWITCH® grated electronic motor
motors/brakemotors with inte- switch
grated switching and protec- – MOVIFIT® FC with inte-
tion function grated frequency inverter

4. Industrial gear units
Helical and bevel-helical gear Helical and bevel-helical planetary Drive packages
units gear units • Application solutions with
• X series • P series (also as planetary - Swing base
• MC series gearmotors) - Gearmotors
• ML series • PMC series - Motors
- Couplings
- Drum and disk brakes
- Lubrication systems

for conveyor drives, bucket
elevators, crushers, agitators,
cooling towers, crane sys-
tems and much more

Products and systems covering several product groups
• Operator terminals
• MOVI-PLC® drive-based control system

In addition to products and systems, SEW-EURODRIVE offers a comprehensive range
of services. These include:
• Technical consulting
• Application software
• Seminars and training
• Extensive technical documentation
• International customer service
Visit our homepage at
www.sew-eurodrive.com
The website provides comprehensive information and services.

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Introduction
1 Copyright

1.3 Copyright
© 2013 - SEW-EURODRIVE. All rights reserved.
Unauthorized reproduction, copying, distribution or any other use of the whole or any
part of this documentation is strictly prohibited.

1.4 Structure of the notes
The notes in this catalog are designed as follows:

Pictogram Signal word Meaning

Useful information or tip.
INFORMATION
Simplifies the handling of the drive system.

1.5 Important information
Note the following points:

INFORMATION
• The illustrations in the catalog are examples. Final dimensions are available from
SEW-EURODRIVE on request.
• Oil fill quantities are recommended values. Use the marks on the oil dipstick or oil
level glass to determine the oil level.
• The gear units are ready for operation when delivered, but are not filled with oil.
• Oil viscosity and grade must comply with those specified on the nameplate.
• The specified weight data are guide values.
• The buyer must provide protection against unintentional contact with moving parts.
The applicable safety regulations of the country in which the unit will be used are
to be followed.

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SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany

Product Description and Overview of Types
Type
Nr. 1

Design features
PK1 [kW]
MK2 [Nm]
n1
n2
[1/min]
[1/min]
norm. min. max.

Operation instruction have to be observed!
i
FS
FR1
FR2
FA1
FA2 [N]
1:

[N]
[N]
[N]

Mass [kg]
2
Qty of greasing points Fans
Year

2
SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany
Type
Nr. 1
norm. min. max. i 1:
PK1 [kW] FS
MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N]
n1 [1/min] FR2 [N]
n2 [1/min] FA1 [N]
Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N]
Mass [kg]
Qty of greasing points Fans

2 Product Description and Overview of Types
Year

2.1 Design features
• Independent industrial gear unit platform
• Helical and bevel-helical gear units
• Single-piece and split gear unit housing
• Distinctive modular technology
• Customer-specific adaptations
• Universal mounting positions
• Large number of variants due to predefined accessory equipment and options

2.2 Overview of advantages
The X series was completely newly designed. Advantages are:
• Extremely robust gear unit housing
• Reduced costs and weight due to high power density and finely stepped gear unit siz-
es
• Effective cooling systems
• Mounting option on both sides due to axially symmetric housing concept
• Efficient project planning tools including generation of 2D and 3D dimension draw-
ings
• Short delivery times for standard designs
• Worldwide service

2.3 Application areas
The X series can be used in the following application areas:
• In conveyor systems as used in the building material, extractive, chemical, food and
feed industries
• In the timber and paper industry
• In the environmental industry
• In agitators and mixers
• As traction and hoist drives for assembly halls, handling and container cranes
• For shredders and crushers
• Bucket conveyors in bulk handling applications

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F. 2..: Helical gear unit with parallel shafts 69227AXX • X.K.1 Gear unit types SEW-EURODRIVE distinguishes between 3 gear unit types: • X. min. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] General information n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2.4 General information The subsequent chapters provide an overview of the structure of the gear units..: Bevel-helical gear units with right-angle shaft arrangement 69228AXX • X..: Bevel-helical gear units 69229AXX 12 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. Series . SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. max.T.4. 1 2 norm.

2 Mounting position Year This catalog describes • horizontal gear units (mounting position M1).3 Invertible gear units The gear unit housings are symmetric to the central axis so that "overhead mounting" is possible for mounting positions M1/M3. min.4. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans 2. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr. max. Series 13 . M1 18 0° M3 67704AXX Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 1 General information PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. which may occur with drives in booms.. options and accessories accordingly. For other mounting positions or for inclined or changing mounting situations ("Pivoted mounting positions" page 42). If you want this to be the case.4. 1 norm. min. 2. you can request information and dimension sheets from SEW-EURODRIVE. contact SEW- EURODRIVE for adjusting the gear unit. max. • vertical gear units (mounting position M5). • and upright gear units with input and output shaft arranged on top of one another (mounting position M4) (see page 35). SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr.

3 . 355 12. 355 12...1 . 355 12.5 8 .4.. 450 16 . 355 12... 400 - 310 425 6. 450 160 36 6....3 .. 450 140 22 6...) • Hollow shaft for shrink disk connection (X... 355 12.. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. 400 14 . 355 170 45 8 .) For more information. 400 200 79 6..R. Only 70% of these values apply in the case of changing load directions. 80 14 ..F. 1 2 norm...A...1 ...4... 450 16 .1 . i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] General information n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2.5 Output shaft (LSS) variants The following output shaft variants are possible.. 400 14 .) • Splined hollow shaft according to DIN 5480 (X. 400 - 280 270 8 . 450 180 58 6. X. 355 - 300 350 7......5 .. 112 8 .. 90 120 12.5 .... 355 130 16 8 . 355 230 131 7..1 . 355 250 175 7. The nominal torque classes also apply to drive speeds 3% less than the synchronous speed.) • Splined solid shaft according to DIN 5480 (X.3 ..H. 100 7.1 .... 450 - 290 308 6.1 .5 ..... • Solid shaft with keyway (X.T. X..8 7.K.5 .3 ....8 6. Series ....3 ..... min. contact SEW-EURODRIVE..3 .5 .4 Torque and drive speed ratings The nominal power and torque values mentioned in the catalog depend on the input speed and are valid for a service factor of FS = 1. 355 12.. 400 14 . 400 14 ...0 and constant.5 . max.5 . 400 260 205 6. 355 190 65 7.5 8 . 355 - 270 240 7. The overview shows nominal torques for input speeds of 1000 rpm to 1800 rpm.1 ..... 355 - 320 475 7..or two-sided shaft end • Solid shaft in smooth design (X.. 400 - 2.. 355 12. The following table provides an overview of the technical data. 450 16 . For speeds > 1800 rpm. 355 150 27.. 450 16 ..) • Hollow shaft with keyway (X.. Nominal gear ratio ranges X. 355 12.. 400 240 156 6... 400 14 .. 400 14 .... 355 12. 90 16 .... 400 220 112 6. with one..V... 355 12. 14 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. 355 210 90 7...L..1 .5 .1 . Nominal torque classes Gear unit size [kNm] 100 6.5 .....3 .S... 80 110 8....)..... unidirectional load...3 .3 . see page 20...3 ... 400 14 ..5 .

Single-piece hous. the standard design might have to be modified depending on the ambient tem- perature. 2.4. please consult SEW-EURODRIVE. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr. surface protection and other properties of the gear unit can then be adjusted to the specific ambient conditions.. max. The housing is either a single-piece housing or a two-piece housing with horizontal parting line. Series 15 .7 Housing The gear unit housings are made of sturdy cast iron. the universal housing is designed and machined for all mounting positions. min. Sealing. ventilation. max. high levels of moisture. the horizontal housing is standard for mounting position M1. 1 norm. The following housing types are available: Universal housing As standard.4. 1 General information PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. A single-piece housing is standard up to size 210.6 Ambient conditions Year The gear units are suited for operation at ambient temperatures from -40 °C to +40 °C. From size 260. aggres- sive or explosive atmospheres. min. however. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans 2. lubrication. ing 69231AXX Two-piece housing A two-piece housing is standard as of size 220. 69232AXX Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. When operated in areas with low ambient temperatures.

or with mounting flange./T) 2. The basic variants are: • Foot mounting (X/B) • Flange mounting (X. 2. An oil heater might be necessary when ambient temperatures are low. housing A universal housing. Series .4. tempered and ground case hardened steels. gear unit size and type (from page 75). 1 2 norm. which is designed and machined for all mounting positions. see page 127. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] General information n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year Horizontal A horizontal housing is used as standard for sizes 260 to 320 in M1 mounting position. SEW-EURODRIVE provides the oil heater with a preset thermo- stat that is attached to the gear unit.. gear units can be mounted with torque arm.9 Shaft bearings Self-aligning. see page 128. The oil heater ensures that the oil is sufficiently liquid when starting up the gear unit in cold environ- ments (see page 121).. the bearings and gearing are lubricated via an integrated shaft end pump or an attached motor pump./F) • Torque arm (X. An oil dipstick or an oil level glass (standard for splash lubricated gear unit sizes 180 to 320 in mounting position M1) is used to visually check the oil level.... With pressure lubrication. max. The output shafts are made of tough quenched and tempered steel.10 Torque support / gear unit mounting Instead of foot mounting. min. 2. This ball valve allows for a drain line to be easily attached when changing the gear unit oil. An oil drain valve can be provided instead of the oil drain plug. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr.4. bath or pressure lubrication is used for gear units depending on the mounting position. is avail- able as option.8 Gearing and shafts The gearing with edge corrections is made of high-quality. 16 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.4. cylindrical and tapered roller bearings from well-known manufacturers are used.11 Lubrication Splash.4. 69233AXX 2. An oil expansion tank might be required for bath lubrication.

as well as the necessary components such as input and output coupling. Series 17 . The motor adapter may optionally be designed with a fan. • Motor bracket. AC motor and protection guards.4. pulleys. coupling and protection guard. • Axial fan on request from SEW-EURODRIVE • Integrated water cooling cover from size 180 to 210 or integrated water cooling car- tridge (see page 99 and page 101). SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr.16 Motor connection SEW-EURODRIVE can supply the following variants with the gear unit: • Motor adapter with elastic coupling for attaching IEC (B5) / NEMA ("C" face) motors (see page 132). V-belt and belt guard. (see page 97). max. max. • Steel construction as motor swing base or base frame (see page 136): Comprises gear unit and steel frame.4.12 Sealing system Year The gear units can be supplied with different sealing systems for the input and output shafts (see page 26). 2.stage gear units. 2.. 2. • Motor bracket with V-belt drive: Includes motor bracket. 2. min. The relevant values are list- ed in the selection tables (from page 153). Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr. min.and 3. including AC motor. drum or disk brake. 1 norm. you can choose one of the following cooling types: • Fan (independent of direction of rotation) on the drive shaft for 2. • Oil supply system with oil-water heat exchanger (page 106) or oil-air heat exchanger (see page 114).14 Thermal limit rating The thermal rating needs to be checked for every gear unit.15 Cooling If the thermal rating of the gear unit is insufficient with natural cooling. 1 General information PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. • Lip seal (standard) • Lip seal with dust protection cover (non-regreasable) • Lip seal with dust protection cover (regreasable) • Radial labyrinth seal (regreasable) The shafts are optionally available with an oil seal bushing.13 Drywell sealing system Vertical gear units with the output shaft pointing downwards are optionally available with Drywell sealing system (see page 27). • A combination of fan and water cooling cover or cooling cartridge.4.4. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. The Drywell sealing system requires that the gear unit is pressure lubricated (motor pump or shaft end pump).17 Backstop The gear units may optionally be equipped with or without backstop (see page 130 / page 466).4.4. 2. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans 2.

20 Auxiliary drives SEW-EURODRIVE gear units can also be delivered with an auxiliary drive (see sepa- rate publication "Bucket Elevator Drives" catalog).. or with an SEW-EURODRIVE primary gear unit or gearmotor type R.22 Surface and corrosion protection On request. For more information.21 Drive packages page Predefined drive packages. This is the standard configuration for 3-stage bevel-helical gear units in the gear ratio range from 28:1 to 80:1. Series . 2. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr.4. Contact SEW-EURODRIVE in this case. minimum output speeds of about 4 rpm can be reached. K or S. Lower output speeds can be achieved by a combination with frequency inverter. • Temperature sensor /PT100 (see page 139): For measuring the oil bath temperature • Temperature switch /NTB (page 140): For monitoring the oil bath temperature • Temperature switch /TSK (page 141): For temperature monitoring in conjunction with oil supply systems and circulation cooling. min.4. and is mainly used for bucket conveyors. multi- pole motors. 18 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 1 2 norm. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] General information n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2. see page 32.19 Very low output speeds The gear units described in this catalog cover a nominal gear ratio range of up to 400:1. With a 4-pole motor connected to the gear unit.18 Condition monitoring A variety of optional equipment is available for condition monitoring: • Pressure switch /PS (see page 138) For function monitoring when pressure lubrication is used. 2. for example for conveyor drives. all gear units can be supplied with special surface protection for applications in extremely humid and chemically aggressive environments.4. are described on page 136. F. Other configurations are available on request.4.4. max. 2. • SEW diagnostic system /DUO (page 142): For monitoring the condition of the oil in the gear unit • SEW diagnostic system /DUV (spage 144): For monitoring vibration of bearings and gears • Electrical oil level monitor on request • Speed monitoring on request • Bearing temperature sensor on request • Oil flow monitoring on request Others on request 2.

page 465 /FAN Fan page 97. Refer to the dimension drawings for recommended oil quan- tities for the respective gear unit types. page 461 /FC Flange coupling page 129. variant: advanced page 97. 2.25 Weight data / oil volume Please note that all weights shown for the gear units in this catalog are guide values and do not include the lubricant.26 Abbreviations for optional accessories The table shows the abbreviations used and what they mean. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. You find the exact gear unit weight in the order- specific dimension drawing. hor- izontal and universal housing. page 452 /OWC Circulation cooling oil-water cooler with motor pump page 106. page 528 /SEP Shaft end pump page 93.4. page 459 /OAC Circulation cooling oil-air cooler with motor pump page 114. page 526 /PS Pressure switch page 138 /VBD V-belt drives page 135 All options are part of the type designation except for mounting flange. page 474 /SB Swing base page 136. page 448 /ONP Pressure lubrication and motor pump page 95. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans 2.. 2. Series 19 . Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr. the gear unit's sound-power levels.4. Special paints are available on request. torque arm.24 Noise level Normally. max. are below the 50% line given in the standard.4. page 453 /OWP Circulation cooling oil-water cooler with pressure lubrication and motor pump page 110. according to ISO 8579-1. page 525 /OH Oil heater page 121. min. max. 1 norm.4. page 433 /FAN-ADV Fan. page 454 /OLG Oil level glass page 91. page 528 /BS Backstop page 130 /BSL Torque-limited backstop /CCV Water cooling cover page 99. The SEW protection guards included in the de- livery are painted in "signal yellow" / RAL 1003. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. page 437 /ET Oil expansion tank page 92. 1 General information PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. page 430 /T Torque arm page 127. 2. Abbreviation Meaning see page /BF Base frame page 137. page 444 /OAP Circulation cooling oil-air cooler with pressure lubrication and motor pump page 118. page 431 /OD Oil dipstick page 91. page 440 /F Mounting flange page 128. page 523 /ODV Oil drain valve page 91. page 426 /HH Horizontal housing page 411 /HU Universal housing page 408 /HSST Through-going input shaft page 412 /LSST Through-going output shaft page 415 /MA Motor adapter page 132. min. page 439 /CCT Water-cooling cartridge page 101.23 Painting Year The gear units are painted in "blue-gray" / RAL 7031 according to DIN 1843 as standard.

1 2 norm.. The scope of delivery includes a key according to DIN 6885/T1 .2 Output shaft as a solid shaft with key /.S The output shaft is provided with a closed keyway according to DIN 6885/T1 and a cen- ter bore according to DIN 332. usually the output shaft X.K..1 Input shaft The input shaft is provided with a closed keyway (according to DIN 6885/T1) and a cen- ter bore (according to DIN 332) The matching key according to DIN 6885/T1 . SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. max. 69224AXX 20 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 69223AXX 2.5.form B.. such as a coupling hub. min. Series ... The shaft has an insertion area with a reduced diameter to simplify the mounting of output elements.F.form A is included in the scope of delivery. X. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] Input and output shaft n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2. usually the input shaft • Low-speed shaft (LSS).5. HSS HSS LSS LSS LSS HSS 65678AXX 2. X.T.5 Input and output shaft There are two types of shafts: • High-speed shaft (HSS).

. max. The insertion area with reduced diameter facilitates the mounting of output elements. min. The shaft's face has a center bore according to DIN 332.L The output shaft is a splined shaft according to DIN 5480. 1 Input and output shaft PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr.. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. min. 69226AXX Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.R Year The gear units are available with a smooth output shaft to be able to install non-positive output elements..4 Output shaft as a splined solid shaft /. max. There are 2 threads for mounting an endplate at the front of the shaft. 69225AXX 2.5. 1 norm. There is a centering in front of and behind the splined shaft to improve the guide of the output element. Series 21 . such as flange couplings with a cylindrical interference fit.5.3 Smooth output shaft /. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans 2.

shrink disk [2].. [2] [3] [1] The protection cover is dust-proof. INFORMATION For detailed information on the geometry of the machine shaft.5 Output shaft as a hollow shaft with keyway /. 22 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. refer to page 418. both gear unit sides are equipped with the same sealing system. The standard sealing system is therefore normally used on the protection guard side. In case of a through-going machine shaft.5. [2] [1] The protection cover is dust-proof. or 2 retaining rings. Series . The dimension L14 is the effective key length.6 Output shaft as a hollow shaft with shrink disk /. In this case. the gear unit is delivered without endplate and protection cover. the gear unit is delivered without endplate and protection cover. max. both gear unit sides are equipped with the same sealing system. INFORMATION For detailed information on the geometry of the machine shaft. 1 2 norm. refer to page 416.. and pro- tection cover [2]. Included in the scope of delivery: End plate with retaining screws [1].5.. Included in the scope of delivery: Endplate with screws [1] or 2 retaining rings. protection guard [3]. In case of a through-going machine shaft. min. In this case. The standard sealing system is therefore normally used on the protection guard side. 2.A The hollow shaft is equipped with a keyway according to DIN 6885/T1. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] Input and output shaft n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2.H The shrink disk is positioned on the side opposite to the machine shaft.

the gear unit should be connect- ed only to the machine shaft and supported with a torque arm. This is why you have to observe the following points when mounting hollow shaft gear units: • The gear unit is usually foot or flange-mounted and used as bearing point when the machine shaft has no individual bearing or merely provides one bearing point.5. Series 23 .. max. 1 Input and output shaft PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. You have to provide for an accurate coaxial alignment with the bearing point.7 Output shaft as a splined hollow shaft /. refer to page 422. constraining forces can occur on the output shaft bearing.5. • If the machine shaft has at least two bearing points. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans 2. INFORMATION Non-compliance can lead to damage to the output shaft bearing and encourages the formation of friction corrosion in the connection of the machine shaft and hollow shaft of the gear unit.8 Gear unit mounting for hollow shaft gear units Due to the rigid connection between the machine shaft and hollow shaft of the gear unit. Avoid foot or flange- mounted gear units to avoid overdimensioning of the bearing. min. 1 norm. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr. min. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 2. [2] [1] 62728AXX INFORMATION For detailed information on the geometry of the machine shaft. Included in the scope of delivery: End plate with screws [1] or 2 retaining rings and protection cover [2]. max. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr.V Year The output shaft is a splined shaft according to DIN 5480..

5. max. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr.5. X... min. and X.1) Hollow shaft with keyway or splining (chapter 2.2) Solid shaft with splining (chapter 2. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] Overview of output shafts and gear unit mounting n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2...2) 65933AEN 24 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Series ..F.6) Flange-mounted (chapter 6.6 Overview of output shafts and gear unit mounting The following overview shows examples of output shafts and gear unit mounting for gear unit types X..7) Hollow shaft with shrink disk (chapter 2.T.4) Shaft-mounted with torque arm (chapter 6.5. 1 2 norm. Output shaft Gear unit mounting Solid shaft with key or smooth shaft Foot-mounted (chapter 2.K.5.

F. max.K.T.T.. Motor scoop X. X... min. min.. Note: Motor connection via a motor scoop is not possible for all motor/gear unit combinations.. Series 25 . max.K.. Motor bracket with V-belt drive (chapter 6. X. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] 2. X... Base frame or swing base (chapter 6.K. 69230AEN Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.F. 1 norm. and X. Please consult SEW-EURODRIVE.7) X..7 Overview of motor connection Qty of greasing points Fans Year The following overview shows examples of motor connections for gear unit types X.K. X.5) X. This depends on the gear unit ratio and motor size.. X.....6) X.K..F. Motor adapter (chapter 6.F. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr. X..K. 1 Overview of motor connection PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. X.F.

i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] Overview of sealing systems n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2. 1 2 norm.8 Overview of sealing systems 2. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. Double oil seal with dust protection Single oil seal with radial labyrinth tection lip tion cover cover seal • Normal environment • Medium dust load with • High dust load with abrasive • Very high dust load with abra- abrasive particles particles sive particles [1] [1] [1] [1] 65898AXX 65899AXX 65900AXX 65901AXX [1] With oil seal sleeve as option 2.8.1 Input shaft Radial labyrinth seal Dust-protected Standard Dust-protected (Taconite) Regreasable Regreasable Single oil seal with dust pro. Single oil seal with radial labyrinth tection lip cover tion cover seal • Normal environment • Medium dust load with abra. min.8. Single oil seal with dust protection Double oil seal with dust protec. Single oil seal with dust protec. Series .. • High dust load with abrasive • Very high dust load with abra- sive particles particles sive particles [1] [1] [1] [1] 65910AXX 65911AXX 65912AXX 65913AXX [1] With oil seal sleeve as option 26 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.2 Output shaft Radial labyrinth seal Dust-protected Standard Dust-protected (Taconite) Regreasable Regreasable Single oil seal with dust pro. max.

The following figure shows a Drywell sealing system. min. 1 Overview of sealing systems PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. Due to the lowered oil level. max. the gear unit might have to be equipped with an additional oil tank. [1] [2] 65675AXX INFORMATION The Drywell sealing system requires a dust-proof sealing system on the output shaft. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans 2. pump capacity • Ambient temperature at startup Consult SEW-EURODRIVE for further details. max. 1 norm. the Drywell sealing system is possible only in combina- tion with a standard bearing on the output shaft. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. input power • Pump size. min. For gear units from size 220. Series 27 . The oil level is lower than the upper end of the tube to prevent oil [2] from leaking at this point. This depends on the following factors: • Gear unit size.3 Drywell sealing system Year Vertical gear units with output shaft pointing downwards can be equipped with a Drywell sealing system in addition to the usual sealing..8. The bearing is grease-lubri- cated and has to be relubricated at regular intervals (DIN 3404 A G1/8 flat grease nip- ple). The lower bearing of the output shaft is separated from the oil chamber by an integrated tube [1]. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. All gear units with pressure lubrication (shaft end pump or motor pump) are equipped with Drywell sealing system to ensure sufficient lubrication of the upper bear- ing and the gearing. gear unit ratio • Input speed. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr.

and Drywell.8. The greasing points are located near the in- put and output shafts. min. the grease nipples can be relocated to the side of the gear unit (mounting surface F2 as standard). i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] Overview of sealing systems n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr.4 Position of greasing points Grease nipple on inspection cover (standard) Taper greasing nipples according to DIN 71412 A R1/8 are normally used on the gear unit cover in regreasable sealing systems.. The following figure shows an example. The following figure shows an example. • The option applies to both drive and output shaft(s). Series . max. 69235AXX 28 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Flat greasing nipples according to DIN 3404 A G1/8 are used. 1 2 norm. motor adapter. V-belt drive. Note the following points: • This option is used as standard for drives with fan. 69234AXX Grease nipple on the side of the gear unit (option) If installation space is limited.

1 norm.. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr..1 Gear unit The type designation of the gear units is structured as follows. min.9. X 3 K S B 260 /HH /B Gear unit mounting: /B = Foot /T = Torque arm /F = Flange Housing type from size 260: HH = Horizontal housing HU = Universal housing Gear unit sizes: 100. 1 Type designations PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm.9 Type designations Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2. Series 29 . min.. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] 2. max. max.320 Application: B = Bucket elevator drive Type of output shaft: S = Solid shaft with key R = Smooth solid shaft L = Splined solid shaft A = Hollow shaft with keyway H = Hollow shaft with shrink disk V = Splined hollow shaft Gear unit types: F = Helical gear unit K = Helical-bevel gear unit T = Bevel-helical gear unit Number of gear stages: 2 = 2-stage 3 = 3-stage 4 = 4-stage Industrial gear unit series Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.

O W C 020 -0 0 /M Mounting type: M = Mounted to the gear unit S = For separate installation Option: 0 = 50 Hz 1 = 60 Hz 2 = 50 Hz / 60 Hz 9 = Special design Mounting position: 0 = M1 / M2 / M3 / M4 1 = M5 / M6 Size: 005 .. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] Type designations n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2. Series . 070 Type: C = Circulation cooling P = Pressure lubrication Cooling medium: A = Air W = Water N = Motor pump Oil supply system 2. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. 1 2 norm..9. min..3 Flange couplings The following diagram describes the structure of flange couplings. The type code of a coupling half is structured as follows: FC 530 / 175 S M Type of centering: M = External centering F = Internal centering Shaft/hub connection type: S = Cylindrical interference fit K = Keyed connection T = Conical interference fit Bore diameter Outer flange diameter Flange coupling 30 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.9.2 Oil supply systems The gear unit can be equipped with an oil supply system for cooling and lubrication pur- poses. The following diagram describes the type designation of the oil supply systems. max.

i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] 2.10. Normal operating point max.1 Gear unit The following figure shows an example nameplate for bevel-helical gear units. Operating point at maximum speed i Exact gear unit reduction ratio FS Service factor PM1 [kW] Nominal motor power IM Mounting position and mounting surface Mass [kg] Weight of the gear unit Number of greasing Number of regreasing points points Fans Number of installed fans Oil grade and viscosity class / oil volume Year Year of manufacture IM Mounting position and mounting surface Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.10 Nameplate Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2. Series 31 . 1 Manufacturing number PK1 [kW] Operating power on the input shaft (HSS) MK2 [Nm] Gear unit output torque n1 [1/min] Input speed (HSS) n2 [1/min] Output speed (LSS) min. 1 norm. M1-M4/9° Made in Germany 69178AXX Type Type designation No.. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. min. Operating point at minimum speed norm. max. 1 Nameplate PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. min. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr. max.

C3 (moderate) moderate salt load. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. According to corrosivity category: According to corrosivity category: C2 (low) C4 (high) • Port cranes • Systems in saw mills • Applications in gravel plants Sample applications • Sewage treatment plants • Agitators and mixers • Cable cars • Mining applications Condensation test 120 h 120 h 240 h ISO 6270 Salt spray test ISO 7253 . such as atmospheric and chemical con- tion. min..11 Coating and surface protection systems Gear units are available with surface protection OS1. OS1 OS2 OS3 SEW design Low environmental impact Medium environmental impact High environmental impact Used as surface protec- tion with typical ambi- ent conditions Corrosion categories DIN EN ISO 12944-2 Suited for environments prone to Suited for environments with high Suited for environments with high condensation and atmospheres humidity or moderate atmo. 240 h 480 h 1) Color top coat RAL 7031 RAL 7031 RAL 7031 Color according to RAL Yes Yes Yes Uncoated parts: shaft Water and hand perspiration repelling anticorrosion agent applied at the factory for external preservation. 32 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 1 2 norm. such as outdoor applications applications outdoors subject to tamination. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] Coating and surface protection systems n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2. Occasionally acidic or under roof or with protection. spheric contamination. Also for unheated buildings where con. • Higher quality surface protection systems are available on request. caustic wet cleaning. end / flanges 1) Standard color INFORMATION • Sheet metal parts (such as protection covers) are painted in RAL 1003 as standard. Series . and OS3. humidity and occasionally severe with low humidity or contamina. According to corrosivity category: applications in coastal areas with densation can build up. OS2. max. direct weathering. The following table gives an overview of coating and surface protection systems.

such as bolts. The remaining oil film pro- tects the gear unit against corrosion for a limited period of time. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr.12. min. you must check the protective coat- ing of unpainted areas as well as the paint at regular intervals. Areas with protective coating and/or paint that has been removed may have to be repainted. min. The breather filter is replaced by a screw plug and en- closed with the gear unit. INFORMATION • If the gear unit is stored longer than 6 months. • Threaded holes and blind holes are covered by plastic plugs. 1 Storage and transport conditions PK1 [kW] MK2 [Nm] n1 n2 [1/min] [1/min] norm. are packed in corrosion protection plastic bags (VCI corrosion protection bags)..2 External conservation The following measures are generally taken for external corrosion protection: • Corrosion protection is applied to bare. 2. Series 33 . the test oil fill is drained out of the gear unit.12 Storage and transport conditions Qty of greasing points Fans Year The gear units can be provided with the following protection and packaging types de- pending on the storage and transport conditions. Operation instruction have to be observed! i FS FR1 FR2 FA1 FA2 [N] 1: [N] [N] [N] Mass [kg] 2 Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2 SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Type Nr. max. 2.12. mounting and foot surfaces on the gear unit. • Small spare parts and loose pieces.3 Packaging Standard packaging The gear unit is delivered on a pallet without cover. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] 2. Application: Land transport Long-term packaging The gear unit is delivered in a wooden box that is also appropriate for sea transport.. the test oil fill is drained out of the gear unit and the interior space is filled will a vapor phase inhibitor. max. Application: Sea transport and/or for long-term storage Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. etc. non-painted functional surfaces of shafts. flanges.12. Remove it only using an appro- priate solvent which is not harmful to the oil seal. nuts. 2. 1 norm.1 Internal conservation Standard corrosion protection After the test run. Long-term corrosion protection After the test run.

< 50 % relative atmospheric humidity). Max. enclosed at constant temperature and atmospheric Standard corrosion protection humidity (5 °C < ϑ < 60 °C. 1 2 norm. 3 years with regular inspection + With roof. • The output shaft must be rotated at least one full rotation every six months so that the position of the roller elements in the bearings of the input and output shafts changes. Long-term packaging INFORMATION If stored in tropical zones. different protection systems are required depending on the storage period and storage conditions as shown in the table be- low. and checking for intactness. Con- tact SEW-EURODRIVE for differing requirements.. 6 months with intact surface + No sudden temperature fluctuations. provide for sufficient protection against insect damage.12. SEW-EURODRIVE Bruchsal / Germany Product Description and Overview of Types Type Nr. With roof. no shocks. 34 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. • The gear units are delivered without oil. min. < 50 % relative atmospheric humidity). max. Long-term corrosion protection Max. No aggressive vapors. and checking for intactness. Controlled ventilation with fil. no shocks. enclosed at constant temperature and atmospheric Long-term corrosion protection humidity (5 °C < ϑ < 60 °C. the gear unit must be stored in a shock-free manner in order to prevent damage to the rolling bearing races. protected against rain and shocks. Standard packaging ter (free from dust and dirt). Controlled ventilation with fil. Max.4 Storage conditions INFORMATION • During storage up to startup. Series . Corrosion protection + Storage location Storage duration packaging With roof. corrosion protection Standard packaging ter (free from dust and dirt). 3 years with regular inspection + No sudden temperature fluctuations. No aggressive vapors. i 1: PK1 [kW] FS MK2 [Nm] FR1 [N] Storage and transport conditions n1 [1/min] FR2 [N] n2 [1/min] FA1 [N] Operation instruction have to be observed! FA2 [N] Mass [kg] Qty of greasing points Fans Year 2.

M1 Mounting Positions.. there might be limitations regarding certain op- tions. M1 M6 M2 M4 M5 M3 M1 Bevel-helical gear units X. Contact SEW-EURODRIVE in this case.F. Standard mounting position Alternative mounting position (shown in gray in the figure below)..1 Mounting positions 3 M1 Definition The mounting position defines the spatial orientation of the gear unit housing and is des.K. Horizontal gear unit M1 M3 Vertical gear unit M5 M6 Upright gear unit M4 M2 With the alternative mounting positions. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Mounting positions M4 M5 3 M3 3 Mounting Positions.. Helical gear units X...M6. Series 35 . Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3. M6 M2 M4 M5 ignated M1. M3 The table below shows the mounting positions. M6 M2 M5 M4 M3 67611AXX Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.

make sure that the customer's mounting structure leaves enough room for the breather valve and the oil dipstick.. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3 M4 M5 Mounting positions M3 Bevel-helical gear units X. M1 M6 M2 Mounting Positions. Valid for gear unit sizes X100 to X210 M1 M6 M2 M4 M5 M3 Valid for gear unit sizes X220 to X320 M1 M6 M2 M4 M5 M3 69242AEN INFORMATION If you install the gear unit in mounting position M2. 36 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. Series .T.

. /F).F6). Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Mounting surfaces M4 M5 3 M3 3... F4 F1 F2 F5 F6 F3 64744AXX Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. SEW-EURODRIVE defines 6 different mounting surfaces (designation F1. M1 Mounting Positions..... /B) or M6 M1 M2 M4 M5 • Flange mounting (X.. Series 37 .2 Mounting surfaces Definition The mounting surface is defined as the surface(s) of a gear unit with 3 • Foot mounting (X. M3 on which the gear unit is mounted.

F.KH. / X. There may be restrictions with regard to the possible shaft positions for gear units with backstop and shaft end pump..3. M1 M6 M2 Mounting Positions.FH. 2 2 4 4 1 1 3 3 69197AXX 69198AXX 3. The following shaft positions are possible for gear unit type X. / X. Shaft positions X. The following shaft positions are possible for gear unit type X.K..3.. 0 0 4 4 3 3 69199AXX 69200AXX 38 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.KS. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3 M4 M5 Shaft positions M3 3.F. 3...3 Shaft positions The shaft positions and corresponding directions of rotation shown in the following fig- ures apply to output shafts (LSS) with solid and hollow shaft..: Shaft position X. Series .K.1 X..FA..: Shaft position X....FS. Shaft positions X.KA.2 X.

: 3 M1 M6 M2 Shaft position X.: Shaft position X.TA....TA. M1 Mounting Positions..3. M4 M5 M3 4 4 4 3 6 6 3 3 69237AXX 69239AXX Gear unit sizes 220 to 320 The following shaft positions are possible for gear unit type X. 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 69239AXX 69240AXX Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Shaft position X. Shaft position X..3 X.. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Shaft positions M4 M5 3 M3 3.T...TS.TH. / X.TH. Series 39 .T..TS. Gear unit sizes 100 to 210 The following shaft positions are possible for gear unit type X.T. / X..

M1 M6 M2 Mounting Positions.. 2 M6 1 4 F1 M2 3 F6 1 4 3 F3 2 3 2 4 1 M4 2 2 4 M5 F3 4 1 3 M3 1 4 F6 3 2 3 F2 1 X. Series . M1 X. Refer to the order-specific dimension drawing.. • Other mounting surfaces are possible in combination with a certain mounting posi- tion. • Restrictions may arise with accessories and possibly longer delivery times for vari- ants deviating from the standard design. • A deviation of ± 1° is permitted.K.F.. • Gear units marked in gray are standard designs. M1 0 4 F1 M6 M2 3 F6 0 3 4 F3 3 4 0 0 M4 M5 4 0 F3 4 M3 4 3 3 F6 0 3 F2 40 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3 M4 M5 Mounting positions and standard mounting surfaces M3 3.4 Mounting positions and standard mounting surfaces A certain standard mounting surface is assigned to each mounting position: INFORMATION • The mounting position and/or mounting surface must not differ from the order.

M1 Mounting Positions.T 3 Gear unit size < 210 M1 M6 M1 M2 M4 M5 M3 M6 4 F1 M2 F6 3 F3 4 6 3 6 3 4 6 6 4 M4 F3 6 4 M5 3 4 6 3 F6 3 F2 M3 Gear unit size > 220 M1 5 M6 4 F1 5 F3 3 M2 F6 3 4 4 3 5 M4 4 F3 4 5 5 3 M5 4 3 F6 3 F2 M3 5 69074AEN Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Mounting positions and standard mounting surfaces M4 M5 3 M3 X. Series 41 .

• Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions might involve restrictions concerning accessories and technical data. Series .5 Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions → The following definition for fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions ap- plies as of 2013. Also. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3 M4 M5 Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions M3 3. M1 M6 M2 Mounting Positions.. INFORMATION • Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions are only possible after consultation with SEW-EURODRIVE. Observe the order documents. delivery times might be longer. Consult SEW-EURODRIVE. such as the dimension sheet. M6 0° M2 M1 + + + M4 + M5 69258AXX 42 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Mounting positions deviating from the standard are distinguished as fixed or variable pivoted mounting positions.

The fixed pivoted mounting position is shown on the nameplate as follows: M1-M4/9°/F1 Made in Germany 69264AXX Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 3 M1 M6 M2 This means the gear unit does not change its mounting position during operation.5. Series 43 . M4 M5 M3 Example: The type designation is set up as follows: M1-M4/9° M1 = Initial mounting position M4 = Pivoting direction 9° = Fixed pivoting angle Pivoted from mounting position M1 to M4 by 9°. M1 Mounting Positions.. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions M4 M5 3 M3 3.1 Fixed pivoted mounting positions Definition: Gear units with fixed pivoted mounting position have a fixed mounting position that dif- fers from the standard. This results in the following fixed pivoted mounting position: 0° M2 M1 M1-M4/9° +9° 0° M1 + M4 +9° 69256AXX The oil level is checked in the selected fixed pivoted mounting position.

/min. 0° M6 0° M1 -9° +12° M5 69259AXX Step 1: The largest pivoting angle determines the positive pivoting direction (12° > 9°)..5. M1 + M5 M1-M5/–9° M1-M5/12° –9° M1 +12° 69257AXX 44 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Series . 12° → Pivoted from M1 to M5 by +12 ° 9° → Pivoted from M1 to M5 by -9° M6 0° . M1 M6 M2 Mounting Positions. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3 M4 M5 Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions M3 3. In this example. this is 12° towards M5. range.2 Variable pivoted mounting position Definition: Gear units with variable mounting position can change the mounting position variably during operation within the specified max. Example: The gear unit is operated in variable pivoted mounting position M1 to M6 = 9° and M1 to M5 = 12°.

Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions M4 M5 3 M3 The type designation for this example is: 3 M1-M5/–9°.12° M6 M1 M2 M4 M5 M3 M1 = Initial mounting position M5 = Pivoting direction 12° = Pivoted from M1 to M5 by 12° -9° = Pivoted from M1 to M5 by -9° (= pivoted from M1 to M6 by 9°) The variable pivoted mounting position is shown on the nameplate as follows: M1-M5/-9.. M1 Mounting Positions. the customer must determine the pivoting angle in which the oil level is checked. This nameplate lists the mounting position for the oil level check.12°/F1 Made in Germany 69261AXX Step 2: For variable pivoted mounting positions. 01..12 M1-M5/10° 1986 968 1DE 69260AXX Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. An additional nameplate is used to clearly indicate the oil check angle..1807051010.. Series 45 .0001..

1807051011.. Series .5..3 Combination: Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions can be combined. In this example. The type designation is set up as follows: M1-M4/9° (fixed pivoted mounting position) M1 = Initial mounting position M4 = Pivoting direction 9° = Fixed pivoting angle M1-M5/–9°.2.. The fixed angle for the oil level check is already defined.0001. the operator checks the oil level at M1-M4/9° M1-M5/10°. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3 M4 M5 Fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions M3 3.12° (variable pivoted mounting position) M1 = Initial mounting position M5 = Pivoting direction 12° = 12° from M1 to M5 -9° = -9° from M1 to M5 (= 9° from M1 to M6) The variable and fixed pivoted mounting position is shown on the nameplate as follows: M1-M4/9° M1-M5/-9.5. Example: The following example describes a combination of fixed and variable pivoted mounting positions according to chapters 3.5.. This name- plate lists the mounting position for the oil level check.12°/F1 Made in Germany 69263AXX When combining fixed and variable pivoted mounting position.1 and 3.. 01. the customer must deter- mine the variable pivoting angle in which the oil level is checked. The gear unit has an additional nameplate to ensure correct oil level checks. M1 M6 M2 Mounting Positions.12 M1-M4/9° M1-M5/10° 1986 968 1DE 69262AXX 46 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.

6.. Series 47 . breather plug. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.2 Dimension sheet information INFORMATION More mounting dimension sheets are available from SEW-EURODRIVE on request. M1 M6 M2 M4 M5 M3 3.6. oil drain plug.1 Key to the mounting position sheet The following symbols are used in the mounting position sheet: = Oil fill plug OIL = Oil inflow = Oil drainage OIL = Oil return = Oil level glass H 2O = Water inflow = Oil dipstick H2O = Water return = Breather plug = Flat grease nipple = Inspection opening = Taper grease nipple = Grease outlet (only applies to = Air outlet screw variant with Drywell) 3. on the gear unit. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Mounting position sheets M4 M5 3 M3 3. etc.6 Mounting position sheets The following mounting position sheet provides an overview of the positions of oil filling 3 plug. oil dipstick. M1 Mounting Positions.

Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3 M4 M5 Mounting position sheets M3 3. M1 M6 M2 Mounting Positions.3 Gear unit: Mounting positions M1 and M3 / splash or pressure lubrication M1 XF. / XK. / X.6.T.... M3 XF. 67601AXX 48 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X... / XK.T. / X.. Series ..

. X.T on page 472) 3. position of backstop INFORMATION 3 M1 The gear unit can be operated in both directions of rotation. X4F. M3 The following tables show the direction of rotation dependencies between the input and output shaft. Series 49 ...7 Corresponding directions of rotation... M1 Mounting Positions. position of backstop M4 M5 3 M3 3. X4F. Shaft 14 23 13 1) 241) position End gear position 3 4 3 4 X2F.... The gear units as well as the position of the backstop are schematically il- lustrated in solid shaft design (see X. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Corresponding directions of rotation.. X3F...K on page 469. X3F. 67652AEN = Position of the backstop = Alternative backstop position (depending on size and gear ratio) * = Consult SEW-EURODRIVE when using a backstop 1) Note the restrictions regarding external forces on the output shaft (LSS) Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.1 X... An exception are gear unit M6 M2 M4 M5 variants with backstop..7. X.F on page 466.F. Shaft 1) position 134 243 1) 213 * 124 * 1234 * 1) End gear position 3 4 4 3 3 X2F.

X3K.. Standard Shaft position 1) 1) 03 04 034 043 End gear position 4 3 3 4 X2K.7..... Series ... 67655AEN Direction of rotation reversal 1) Shaft position 03 041) End gear position 3 4 X2K.. position of backstop M3 3.. X4K. X4K.K.. X3K.... M1 M6 M2 Mounting Positions.2 X. Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions 3 M4 M5 Corresponding directions of rotation. 67657AEN = Position of the backstop = Alternative backstop position (depending on size and gear ratio) 1) Note the restrictions regarding external forces on the output shaft (LSS) 50 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X..

Mounting Surfaces and Shaft Positions M6 M2 Corresponding directions of rotation..T. position of backstop M4 M5 3 M3 3..3 X.. Series 51 .... 68457AEN Direction of rotation reversal 1) 1) 1) Shaft position 53 54 631) 64 End gear pos. X4T. X4T. X4T. 69222AEN = Position of the backstop = Alternative backstop position (depending on size and gear ratio) 1) Note the restrictions regarding external forces on the output shaft (LSS) Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.... Shaft position 53 54 534 1) 543 1) End gear position 4 3 3 4 X3T.. 3 4 3 4 X3T...7.. M1 Mounting Positions. Standard 3 1) 1) M1 Shaft position 63 64 634 643 M6 M2 M4 M5 End gear position 4 3 3 4 M3 X3T..

i.g. η Check the thermal rating PT PK1 < Step 3 Select the application factors FSmin.. Series . A comprehensive collection and assignment of the most important formulae for drive calculation as well as detailed examples for the most frequently used applications make this documentation an impor- tant tool for project planning and an essential addition to SEW-EURODRIVE product catalogs.com). FR1 .sew- eurodrive. 4. You can or- der the latest documentation from SEW-EURODRIVE. The documentation can also be downloaded in PDF from the SEW-EURODRIVE homepage (http://www. motor adapter) .) Select the nominal motor power .1 Additional documentation In addition to the information in this catalog. Project Planning for Drives 4 Additional documentation 4 Project Planning for Drives Katalog 4. SEW-EURODRIVE offers extensive docu- mentation covering the entire topic of electrical drive engineering.Condition monitoring Step 6 . Request Step 1 Step 7 Fill out the drive selection sheet Check the peak load conditions MK2 max ≤ M K2 zul Step 2 Calculate the basic data Step 8 M K2 ... Fstart Step 9 F Check the external additional forces Step 4 FR2 . n 2 .Drive package for conveyor belt drives (incl.Motor connecton (e. dif- ferentiating features and application areas of SEW drives. This is primarily doc- umentation from the "Drive Engineering . swing base. FA2 Calculate the required nominal gear unit torque Step10 M N2 Select the optional accessories (if requested).Practical The publication "Drive Engineering – Practical Implementation – Drive Selection with Implementation SEW-EURODRIVE Gearmotors" provides extensive information on characteristics.. F .Oil drain valve Step 5 . drive coupling. FA1.2 Project planning procedure The following flow diagram illustrates the process for the project planning of X series in- dustrial gear units.Surface protection and final color PM Step 11 Summary of technical information 52 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. such as .Alternative sealing system Select the gear unit size . Drive Engineer- ing .Connection for auxiliary drive . .Practical Implementation" series.

.F.] damp normal min.. 4.] 3.] 3. Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 Step 1: Drive selection data 1...] = data to be filled in [X] = indicate your selection w.5 Installation location [X] Hydraulic motor Servomotor small rooms (va ≥ 0.7 Mounting of the motor [X] [.] 2.4 Shaft position [X] 5 clockwise (CW) 2 0 counterclockwise (CCW) 4 0 1 2 4 both directions 3 4 5 6 1 reversible 3 3 6 60603AEN Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X... Bevel-helical gear unit X..3 cylinders large rooms and halls (va ≥ 1.. 2.] 2.9 Exact load cycle attached [X] normal min. max.6 Ambient conditions [X] normal dusty 3..2 Operating power on HSS PK1 [kW] [.1 Required speed n2 [1/min] [.. corrosive dry 3...2 Application [..1 Type: [X] AC motor AC motor/inverter DC motor 1.2 Motor power PM [kW] [..5 Starts per hour [.. or PK1 max.3 Motor speed nM [kW] [.] B3 B5 2. max.] normal min.4 Nominal motor torque M M [kNm] [.] IEC 2.] Motor size (IEC or NEMA code): normal min..0 Load characteristics NEMA 2. V1 min..] M2 M5 F2 F5 starts M6 M3 F3 F6 2. max.4 Altitude [m] [. 10 hours 4 > 10 hours 1...0 Machine on HSS (usually driving machine) 3.6 If electric motor: [X] [...] 3.8 Backstop required [X] No Yes 1.3 Mounting surface [X] M1 M4 F1 F4 2...6 Direction of location under load (LSS) [X] 4... max. normal min..3 Ambient temperature [°C] [... max.K. No Yes 1.. 3.5 m/s) Combustion engine 1.5 Input speed n1 [1/min] [.] 4. normal min. max.. ) per hour 4..] 3 .1 Gear unit type [X] Helical gear unit X. 1. Series 53 .0 Machine on LSS (usually driven machine) Legend: [....2 Mounting position [X] 4. max.] normal max.4 Frequency of load peaks (M K2 max..1 Area of application/industry [.. 2..7 Operating hours/day [X] < 3 hours 1.0 Gear unit requirements normal min.4 m/s) Combustion engine no less than 4 cylinders outside protected against the sun (va ≥ 3 m/s) 3. other: 2.3 Operating torque on LSS MK2 [kNm] [.

Series ...6 Required service factor FS min. the gear unit acts as a bearing point Motor power PM / Motor torque MM 1 bearing directly at the gear unit.13 Forces acting on the output shaft LSS [X] [.. gear unit transfers only torque based on 1 bearing opposite gear unit. Explosion Yes includes shrink disc protection required No Splined hollow shaft DIN 5480 Other 4.] 4.] 4.] FA 0° Hours .12 Machine shaft bearings 2 Bearings. + 4.16 Permitted cooling (if required) [X] Permitted Not permitted 4.9 LSS connection to customer Application angle of machine shaft [X] [..11 HSS connection to motor [X] Fan Cooling cover/cartridge Customer installation (base frame) External oil/air cooler Motor adapter with elastic coupling External oil/water cooler Swing base/base frame Motor scoop with V-belt drive Motor scoop Cooling water Yes Other. [X] [.. see diagram available No Cooling water temperature °C 60606AEN 54 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.15 Electrical supply [X] [...] LSS version (if solid shaft) AC 3-phase 1-phase DC Solid shaft with keyway Solid shaft without keyway Mains supply VMains V HZ Splined solid shaft DIN 5480 AC 3-phase 1-phase DC Other Auxiliary voltage VAux V HZ LSS version (if hollow shaft) Enclosure IP Hollow shaft with keyway Hollow shaft for shrink disc connection.] Rigid flange coupling Shaft 0 Shaft 1 Shaft 2 Drum coupling Axial force FA [kN] 5 2 Chain sprocket Shaft 0 Shaft 1 Shaft 2 0 Pinion Radial force FR [kN] 1 Shaft 0 Shaft 1 Shaft 2 Hollow shaft – torque arm Distance from shaft shoulder X [mm] 6 Hollow shaft – foot mounting Shaft 0 Shaft 1 Shaft 2 Hollow shaft – flange mounting Application angle of the radial force [°] Other or variable 4.10 LSS gear unit version [X] [... the gear unit acts as a bearing point Operating power on LSS PK2 4...] Operating torque on LSS M K2 X FR α 4.7 Required bearing service life Lh min [. Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning procedure 4...8 Housing fixation [X] Shaft 3 Shaft 4 Axial force FA [kN] Foot-mounted Shaft 3 Shaft 4 4 Radial force FR [kN] Flange-mounted Distance from shaft Shaft 3 Shaft 4 Torque Arm shoulder X [mm] 3 Shaft 3 Shaft 4 4..14 Forces acting on drive shaft HSS [X] [.] the radial force [°] Elastic coupling (claw coupling or pin coupling) or variable Flexible coupling 4..

= 0. Series 55 . = 0. = 0. Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 Step 2: Calculating the basic data . = Time slice of the load Σ tN Σ tN I. / X3T. = 0... The following guide values apply for calculating splash and pressure lubrication: The gear units have the fol- lowing X2F...96 X4F. i.955 X4K.. η PK1 x 9550 x η MK2 = [Nm] Comment: If PK1 is not known -> PK1 = PM n2 Constant torque = Operating torque at LSS [Nm] 4 MK2 PK1 = Operating power on HSS [kW] n2 = Output speed (LSS) rpm PM = Nominal motor power [kW] η = Efficiency 6. = 0. (MK2 ) × I Σ tN K2 II Σ tN n Σ tN The following figure shows a load example: MK2 MK2I I MK2equi M K2 MK2 II Equivalent torque with load III MK2IV spectrum and constant Speed n2 II III IV tI t II t III t IV Σ tN MK2 = Operating torque on LSS [Nm] tI tI . / X4T...η X3F...935 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. = 0.975 efficiencies .. II.MK2..6 tn MK2equiv = (MK2 ) × + (M ) × + .94 X2K.97 X3K. gear unit type) The efficiency of the gear unit is mainly determined by the gearing and bearing friction as well by churning losses.. n2.6 tI 6.......6 t II 6.6 6.n = Types of load n i = n1 Gear ratio 2 n1 = Input speed (HSS) rpm n2 = Output speed (LSS) rpm η = f (i.

Recommended values with reference to • Field of application • Type of driven machine • Operating period / day are given in the following table. please consult SEW- EURODRIVE.5 INFORMATION In the event of deviations from the typical load behavior. For other types of drive motors.. the following correction values apply: • Combustion engines with four or more cylinders: • FS min (selection table) + 0. Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning procedure Step 3: Select the application factors Application-specific service factor FS min Peak load factor FF on page 59 Start factor Fstart on page 59 Application-specific service factor FS min The application-specific service factor FS min takes account of the typical load behavior with regard to the driven machine. INFORMATION These tables apply only to gear units driven by electric motors. 56 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.25 • Combustion engines with one to three cylinders: FS min (selection table) + 0. Series .

80 1) 1) 1) Bucket wheel excavators Frequency inverters .65 Mills 1.25 1. - Bucket elevators .25 1.25 1.80 Belt conveyors ≤ 100 kW 1.25 1.00 1) 1) 1) Table conveyors.15 1.50 Drying drums .55 1. 1) 1) 1) Table conveyors. Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 Type of application Application-specific service factor FS min Field of application (driven machine) Operating period / day <3h 3-10 h > 10 h Impeller aerator .25 1. 1.50 1.75 Food industry Beet slicers . 1.50 Shakers.00 Refiners 1.00 1) 1) 1) Mixing rollers Slab rollers 1.50 1.00 Escalators 1.35 1. 2.40 1. 1.75 Heated rollers 1.75 2.50 1.25 1.15 1.75 Rubber and plastic industry Calender . Series 57 .50 Brush aerators . 1. 1.50 Winders . 1. 1.75 2. individual drives Metal production and process.75 2.15 1. .00 Screens and shakers 1.40 Belt conveyors > 100 kW 1.00 1) Energy Water wheels (low speed) .65 1.55 1.60 Extruders (rubber) .. 1. reciprocating Wire drawing machines 1.15 1.50 1.80 2.50 Screw pump .30 1. 1.75 2. 1.50 4 Vacuum filters 1.50 Vertical conveyors other .80 Rubber rollers (2 in a row) 1.55 1.55 1. 1.55 1. - 1) Water turbines .00 Crushers 1. 1.80 2.55 1. 1.30 1.00 Thickeners 1.25 1. group drives ing 1) 1) 1) Table conveyors.50 Waste water treatment Collectors 1.75 Cutting rollers 1. screens 1.15 1.30 1. .55 1.00 Rubber rollers (3 in a row) . 1.60 1. 1.00 1) 1) 1) Tire machines 1) 1) 1) Timber industry Timber industry 2) 2) 2) Cranes Cranes and hoists Crushers and mills .50 Screw feeders 1.75 2.50 Passenger elevators 1) 1) 1) Extruders (plastic) .00 Mining Slewing drives .50 1.25 1.75 2.25 1.75 2.35 1.15 1.75 2.75 1) 1) 1) Rollers Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.55 1.50 Conveyors Apron feeders .40 1.55 1.

75 Pulpers 1) 1) 1) Washer filters . 1.50 Screw-type compressors .50 1.00 2.25 Agitators for liquids 1. 1. .50 Agitators for liquids (variable density) 1. .00 Drying cylinders (anti-friction bearings) . glue.00 Beaters and chippers 1.35 1..40 1.80 2. Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning procedure Type of application Application-specific service factor FS min Field of application (driven machine) Operating period / day <3h 3-10 h > 10 h Cooling and drying drums .00 Calenders (anti-friction bearings) . felt.80 1.50 1.40 Concrete mixers .35 1. 1.50 Reciprocating compressors . 1.50 Dry cooling towers .55 1.80 2. 1.50 1. 1. 2.50 1. 1.35 1.00 Fans Wet cooling towers 2.60 Rotary kilns .00 Pulp and paper industry Jordan mills .50 1. Series .80 Pumps Reciprocating pumps (multi-cylinder) 1.50 1) 1) 1) Yankee cylinders (dryers) Centrifugal pumps 1. vane) .75 Presses (bark. 1. . .20 1. 1.25 1. 1.40 1. . 1.50 Rotary pumps (gear type.60 1. 1. 1.00 1.50 1.20 1. 2. .00 Filters (pressure and vacuum) .50 1.50 1.15 1. suction) . wire suction) .75 Debarking drums and machines 1. 1. wire drive. dimensioning according to FEM1001 58 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.75 Reels .25 1.80 2.55 1.00 Blowers (axial and radial) 1.90 Compressors Radial compressors .75 2. 1.80 2. 1.40 1.40 1.75 1) Consult SEW-EURODRIVE 2) Please contact SEW-EURODRIVE.50 Screw pumps . 2.45 Reciprocating pumps (single-cylinder) 1.50 1.50 Aerial tramways 1) 1) 1) 1) 1) Cable cars Surface lifts 1) 1) 1) Continuous aerial tramways 1) 1) 1) Funicular railways Heat exchangers 1.80 - Rollers (pick-up.65 Agitators and mixers Agitators for solids (non-uniform material) 1.00 Mills and drums Ball mills .70 Agitators for solids (uniform material) .00 2. 1.50 1.00 Coal mills .50 Material ropeways . .50 1. 1.

.80 81. Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 Peak factor .160 > 160 1.01) Star / delta 1..2..Fstart Direct 3.5.8 Frequency inverter 1.5 6.2 1.0 Soft start 1.Fstart The start factor Fstart takes account of the overload caused by startup.3 1.FF The peak load factor FF takes account of the overload capacity of the gearing and the rotating parts. Start mode Start factor .... Peak factor .0 Hydraulic coupling with delay chamber 1...6 1) Dependent on setting Step 4: Calculating the required nominal gear unit torque -MN2 Constant load direction – constant torque: MN2 > MK2 x FS min [kNm] MN2 = Nominal gear unit torque [kNm] MK2 = Operating torque on the LSS [kNm] FS min = Application-specific service factor Reversing direction of load – constant torque: MN2 > MK2 x FS min x 1..FF Frequency of peak load per hour 4 1.. Series 59 .3 Hydraulic coupling without delay chamber 2.43 [kNm] MN2 = Nominal gear unit torque [kNm] MK2 = Operating torque on the LSS [kNm] FS min = Application-specific service factor Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.75 2...0 Start factor .0 1.40 41.20 21..5 1.

0 38 86 .5 32.0 590 295 460 570 590 730 205 385 760 980 1100 290 470 830 590 750 16 16.3 79. . 130 .73 4. . 130 .0 28 79 . .69 79 79. . 86 . . the value for 1000 rpm can be used for MN2. 115 .1 7. 150 . 97 .6 79.12 3. 145 - 112 112. 135 .39 69 79.0 87 110 .14 18 79.0 740 295 465 630 640 790 *) 340 760 1050 1200 260 455 850 630 790 12.0 890 315 510 760 760 920 *) 270 790 1200 1350 240 465 930 720 900 10 10. 115 .0 62 105 .9 1100 340 590 970 950 1150 *) *) 800 1400 1600 *) 445 1050 840 1050 7. 120 - 200 199. . 78 . .73 48 77. 85 . 96 . 165 . .9 970 350 570 890 880 1050 *) 285 880 1400 1550 255 510 1050 830 1050 9 9. . 94 .51 43 79.0 670 310 485 620 640 800 210 405 820 1050 1200 305 495 880 650 820 14 14. 86 .4 79. 120 .0 57 98 . . 170 .0 330 180 270 275 290 375 140 240 430 465 550 180 285 460 290 390 28 29.5 12.F200.3 6.49 10 79.09 99 76. 110 .0 79. . . .98 125 71. 105 .0 35 87 . .6 405 195 305 330 340 440 150 265 490 560 650 200 315 530 340 450 22. .05 110 75. Series . 110 . 120 . 120 .9 79. . . . 86 .0 265 175 265 255 270 355 145 240 415 430 510 180 280 445 275 370 35. .44 87 79. 94 . Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning procedure Step 5: Selecting the gear unit size . 135 - 140 139.0 290 175 270 265 280 365 145 240 420 445 520 180 280 450 280 375 31.13 14 79. n1 = 1000 rpm 79 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O [rpm] [kNm] [kW] + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6.0 175 160 235 210 225 300 145 225 360 345 415 170 255 380 235 315 56 55. 105 - 280 280. please contact SEW-EURODRIVE. For input speeds n1 > 1800 rpm.2 79. 84 . 175 . 185 .0 115 140 205 170 185 245 135 200 305 275 335 150 220 320 195 265 80 79. The following table shows an excerpt from the selection tables as an example.1 79. .31 137 70.5 36.0 105 135 205 165 180 245 130 200 300 265 325 145 220 315 190 260 90 90. The selection table guide on the foldout page of the catalog can be used to quickly locate the speed/power overview table and to make a preliminary selection of the gear unit size. 130 .34 6.17 2. . 105 .MN2 page The selection of the gear unit size is based on the nominal gear unit torque MN2 according to the tables showing the overview of speed and power ratings beginning on page 153. .41 34 79. 125 . 105 - 250 247. . 105 .0 43 88 .87 3.1 1050 305 530 860 840 1000 *) *) 730 1250 1400 *) 410 950 760 960 8 7. 115 .88 13 79. . .0 31 85 . .25 25 79. .0 25 77 . 97 .. .0 155 155 235 200 215 290 145 220 355 330 400 165 250 370 225 305 63 64.6 79.0 365 190 290 305 320 415 145 255 465 520 600 190 300 500 320 425 25 25.59 11 79. 135 - 125 123.0 195 160 240 215 230 305 145 230 370 360 430 170 255 390 240 320 50 48.8 79..51 22 79.0 70 110 .0 235 165 255 240 255 335 140 230 390 395 475 170 265 420 255 350 40 39.28 61 79.0 50 97 . 105 .0 520 295 455 530 560 700 245 410 760 940 1050 305 475 810 570 730 18 18. .62 21 79.0 77 110 .83 8.0 95 135 200 160 175 235 130 195 295 255 315 145 215 305 185 250 100 99. 87 . . 76 . 105 - 224 226.8 820 305 490 690 700 850 *) 350 810 1150 1300 270 480 900 690 860 11.0 460 280 425 485 510 650 235 385 710 860 980 285 450 760 520 670 20 20. 93 - 355 347. 94 .66 4. 125 .0 220 160 245 225 240 315 150 230 380 375 450 170 260 400 250 330 45 44.48 16 79. If the drive speed n1 < 1000 rpm.13 31 79.44 155 66. 135 - 160 152.78 7.47 54 79. . .44 27 79. 83 . 105 .. 145 .25 8. . 120 - 180 172.0 135 140 210 175 190 255 135 205 315 285 350 150 225 325 200 270 71 73. . .77 5. 95 . 125 . 90 - 60 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 105 .0 79. 100 . . 88 . 97 . 100 - 315 306. 110 .94 39 79. X.92 5.2 11. 92 .4 23.9 79.

. please observe page 59. Checking the gear unit selection: MK2 max ≤ MK2 zul MK2 max = Peak output torque [kNm] MK2 zul = Permitted peak output torque [kNm] Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.PM PK2 PM ≥ P = [kW] K1 η PM = Nominal motor power [kW] PK1 = Operating power on HSS [kW] 4 PK2 = Operating power on LSS [kW] η = Efficiency INFORMATION For gear units with bath lubrication.55 x η MK2 max = x * Fstart [kNm] n2 MK2 max = Peak output torque [kNm] PM = Nominal motor power [kW] Fstart = Startup factor n2 = Output speed [rpm] η = Efficiency * If the start factor Fstart is not specified.7 [kNm] F F MK2 zul = Permitted peak output torque [kNm] MN2 = Nominal gear unit torque [kNm] FF = Peak load factor Calculation of the peak output torque MK2 max: PM x 9. MK2 max Permitted peak output torque MK2 zul: Constant load direction 2 x MN2 MK2 zul = [kNm] F F MK2 zul = Permitted peak output torque [kNm] MN2 = Nominal gear unit torque [kNm] FF = Peak load factor Reversing load direction: 2 x MN2 MK2 zul = x 0. Step 7: Checking the peak load conditions . Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 Step 6: Selecting the nominal motor power . Series 61 . please contact SEW-EURODRIVE.MK2 zul.

the thermal rating can be directly read from the se- lection tables on page 153 ff: • Ambient temperature 20 °C • Installation in a large hall (air velocity ≥ 1. you can calculate the ther- mal rating PT using the temperature factor fT and the lubrication factor fL. 62 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. • Sufficient protection from direct sunlight is absolutely necessary when installed out- doors.. Please contact SEW- EURODRIVE to determine the exact values. Series . The thermal rating PT depends on the following factors: • Ambient temperature • Air circulation and sunlight exposure at the installation site • Installation altitude • Heat conduction to the foundation at the installation site • Gear unit type. The re- sulting calculation results are approximate values. size.4 m/s) • Natural cooling or cooling with – Fan – Integrated cooler (water cooling cover or water cooling cartridge) – Combination of fan with water cooling cartridge • Foundation as steel support structure • Installation altitude < 1 000 m above sea level NN INFORMATION • For other ambient temperatures and types of lubricants.PT The thermal rating PT of a gear unit is the power that a gear unit can transmit without exceeding a certain oil temperature. Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning procedure Step 8: Checking the thermal rating . ratio • Type of gear unit external cooling • Type of gear unit lubrication • Lubricant type • Cyclic duration factor For the following ambient conditions.

T150 * X.K250 X.K110 X.T190 * BL X.K150 X.F230 X.T220 BL * PL PL X. X.T140 * X.F320 X.F240 X.T110 * X..F300 X.F190 X.T120 * BL X.K270 X.K240 X.F130 X.F270 X.F290 X.T230 * PL X.K200 BL X.K320 BL = Bath lubrication SL = Splash lubrication PL = Pressure lubrication * = Contact SEW-EURODRIVE Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.K.K100 X..T. Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 The selection tables on page 153 ff list the thermal rating PTH of the gear unit in [kW] for the following lubrication types and mounting position combinations. 4 M1 M5 M4 M1 M5 M4 M1 M3 M4 X.T170 * PL BL PL BL X.F120 SL X. X.K140 X.F150 X.F100 X.K160 X.F140 X.K220 X.K290 X.K280 PL PL X.T180 * X.F250 X.F210 X.F110 X.K300 X.T160 * X.K310 X.F260 X. The thermal rating for other combinations can be determined using factors. Series 63 .T250 * X.F200 X.K210 X.K180 X.T130 * X.F160 BL BL X.T210 * X. Types of lubrication / mounting positions X.F170 X.F310 X..T200 * SL SL X..T100 * X.K260 X.F.K190 X.K230 X.F180 X.F280 PL PL X.K130 X.K120 SL BL X.K170 X.F220 X.T240 * X.

9 0.95 0. The values in the selection tables on page 153 ff depend on the ambient temperature and lubrication type.48 If PT < 1/3 x PN1 → Consult SEW-EURODRIVE PT = Thermal rating of the gear unit [kW] PN1 = Nominal gear unit power The gear unit's thermal rating must be at least as large as the operating power on the input shaft [HSS].2000 2000 .87 0.3000 3000 . Temperature factor fT • with cooling cover • without additional cooling or or • with cooling cartridge • with fan or • with cooling cartridge and fan Type of lubrication Ambient temperature [°C] Ambient temperature [°C] 10 20 30 40 50 10 20 30 40 50 Splash and pressure 1. PT ≤ PK1 PT = Thermal rating of the gear unit [kW] PK1 = Operating power on HSS [kW] 64 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.8 0.55 lubrication 1. ambient temperature.5000 f1 1.1 1 0.7 Bath lubrication 1.00 0..83 Temperature factor fT The following table shows the temperature factor fT depending on the type of lubrication.4000 4000 .85 0.85 0.15 1 0.7 0. Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning procedure PT = PTH x f1 x fT [kW] PT = Thermal rating of the gear unit [kW] PTH = Nominal thermal rating of the gear unit [kW]. Series .18 1 0.91 0. and cooling option.65 0. f1 = Altitude factor fT = Temperature factor Altitude factor f1 The following table shows the altitude factor f1 Altitude H [m above sea level] Altitude factor Up to 999 1000 .

4 Pressure lubrication factor fL The following table shows the pressure lubrication factor fL depending on the gear unit size. and cooling option. Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 INFORMATION For other gear units sizes and mounting positions with pressure lubrication not listed in the selection tables on page 153 ff.05 Contact SEW XF160-250 M4 1.. mounting position. Series 65 .1 Contact SEW The thermal limit PT for pressure lubrication can be calculated as follows: Gear unit size Thermal rating PT PT (M4 pressure lubrication) = PT (M1 splash lubrication) x fL XF120-250 PT (M5 pressure lubrication) = PT (M1 splash lubrication) x fL XK120-250 PT (M5 pressure lubrication) = PT (M1 splash lubrication) x fL XT160-210 PT (M4 pressure lubrication) = PT (M3 pressure lubrication) x fL XT220-250 PT (M4 pressure lubrication) = PT (M1 pressure lubrication) x fL Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.1 Contact SEW XT160-250 M4 1. the thermal rating PT can be calculated with the pressure lubrication factor fL. Pressure lubrication factor fL Cooling options • without additional cooling • with cooling cartridge Mounting Gear unit size • with fan • with cooling cartridge and position • with cooling cover fan XF/XK120-250 M5 1.

Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning procedure Selecting the cooling system If the thermal rating PT of a gear unit is not sufficient with cooling by fan.4. 66 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.4.4. 5.7) of the various circulation cooling types.4. The proper size of the cooling system can be determined by approximation by means of the power loss PV of the gear unit.7).6 and 5.5.6 and 5.4. Series .4. then you can use a cooling system with circulation cool- ing (see chapters 5. The required cooling system is selected by using the tables (see chapters 5. 5.4.4. 5. 5. The power loss PV of the gear unit must be smaller than the cooling capacity of the cool- ing system. PV < cooling capacity of cooling system [kW] In addition. the selection of an appropriate cooling system depends on the following fac- tors: • Actual power loss to be cooled • Present cooling water temperature and volume flow • Ambient temperature • Ratio of oil quantity in the gear unit and oil volume flow of cooling system > 2 INFORMATION Please consult SEW-EURODRIVE for selecting the appropriate cooling system based on the ambient conditions of your system.4.. water cooling cover or water cooling cartridge. see page 55 (applies only to splash or pressure lubrication) The cooling requirements are determined by means of this power loss PV.4.5. PV = PK1 x (1 – η ) [kW] PV = Power loss [kW] PK1 = Operating power on HSS [kW] η = Efficiency.

Determining the An important factor for determining the resulting overhung load is the type of transmis- overhung load sion element mounted to the shaft end.75 Influence of pre-tensioning Flat belt pulleys 2.FR: Dependencies The permitted external forces depend on the following factors: • Service factor • Required bearing life • Direction of the axial load (from or towards gear unit) • Application angle of the overhung load (rotating or at a specific position) 4 • Application angle of the overhung load in relation to the shaft shoulder • Relation of axial load and overhung load Definition of the force application X FR α FA 0° – + 61440AXX INFORMATION The force application is always defined as viewed onto the output shaft end.15 < 17 teeth Chain sprockets 1.50 Influence of pre-tensioning The overhung load exerted on the gear shaft is calculated as follows: FR = Md X 2000 x fz [N] d0 FR = Overhung load [N] MK2 = Torque [kNm] d0 = Mean diameter of the installed transmission element [mm] fZ = Transmission element factor Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.50 Influence of pre-tensioning Toothed belt pulleys 1. Comments tor fZ Gears 1. Transmission element Transmission element fac. The following transmission element factors fZ must be considered for various transmission elements. Series 67 .40 < 13 teeth Chain sprockets 1..25 < 20 teeth Narrow V-belt pulleys 1. Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 Step 9: Checking the external additional forces .

82 . 63 .F220 83 152 39 108 128 195 84 151 230 230 214 230 230 X. 190 X. 98 X. 131 X. 176 .F100 9. 60 X. • Static overhung load with constant direction and magnitude.F280 133 254 67 188 208 310 143 260 310 310 310 310 310 X. 24 All shaft positions Bearing STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD X. 75 . 23 13. Speed n2 ≤ 125 rpm ≤ 70 rpm ≤ 20 rpm - Shaft position 14.F210 75 .F290 73 258 28 171 197 336 110 248 360 360 348 360 360 X. 32 .F260 56 208 21 145 151 271 88 208 290 290 273 290 290 X. 87 X. 153 . Series . 30 X. 45 . 103 ..F140 35 . 24 14. 76 . . 114 .F190 69 . 16 . 63 . X4FS. 31 .. . 41 . 63 .F170 53 . 127 X. 51 .F110 15 . . Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning procedure Permitted over. 170 X. 68 .F250 111 210 58 156 172 269 119 215 280 280 280 280 280 X. .F240 123 217 68 162 184 276 129 221 280 280 280 280 280 X. 61 . 37 .. 62 .F300 52 257 20 165 175 325 80 230 360 360 318 334 360 X. 35 .F120 25 . 39 . 24 14. 34 .F.F160 53 .. The following table shows the permitted overhung load on standard solid shafts that ap- hung loads on the ply under the following conditions: output shaft (LSS) • The application point of the overhung load is on the midpoint of the shaft end • No external axial load FA acts on the output shaft. 45 . X3FS. 21 . 23 13. . . . 124 .6 . 125 . 14 . 25 . 22 .3 or higher • The application angle of the overhung load is applied at the most unfavorable point. 44 ..F200 80 . 97 . 19 .F310 161 326 60 221 241 400 124 294 400 400 400 400 400 X.. Please consult SEW-EURODRIVE. 53 . 190 X. 97 . For mounting flanges with external overhung loads. X. 132 . 68 X. 54 . 91 . 17 . 69 . 39 X. 12 .F180 71 . 23 13. 15 . 167 . 139 .F230 77 144 36 102 116 183 74 141 230 230 199 230 230 X. X. 155 .F130 33 . 93 .S. 8 . 30 . 53 . 68 . 105 . 125 . 42 .F150 34 .F270 138 258 70 190 213 310 145 262 310 310 310 310 310 X. • Values apply to favorable operating conditions. For the force FR • The shaft speed is less than or equal to the given value For the force FRmax • Applies only to foot-mounted gear units in M1 mounting position. 99 .F320 149 322 59 212 217 392 92 266 400 400 379 400 400 FR = Overhung load STD = Standard bearing n2 = Output speed HD = Reinforced bearing 68 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 41 . . FR [kN] FRmax [kN] Gear unit size X2FS. 170 X. • The gear unit service factor is 1. 43 . please contact SEW- EURODRIVE.

45 . . .K270 .K230 113 171 116 183 230 230 230 X.K100 10 . 153 . 170 X. 213 310 310 310 310 X. 32 .K150 39 . hung and axial loads – input shaft (HSS) Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.K. 217 392 400 400 400 FR = Overhung load STD = Standard bearing n2 = Output speed HD = Reinforced bearing INFORMATION Please contact SEW-EURODRIVE in case of deviating conditions. . 30 X.K310 .. loads on the output shaft (LSS) Permitted over. 68 . 151 271 290 290 290 X. FR [kN] FRmax [kN] Gear unit size X2KS. 22 .K300 . 04 All shaft positions 4 Bearing STD HD STD HD STD HD X. . 190 X. . 53 . 105 . 87 X. .. 241 400 400 400 400 X. Speed n2 ≤ 125 rpm ≤ 70 rpm ≤ 20 rpm - Shaft position 03.K280 . .K130 36 . .K140 36 .K250 154 241 172 269 280 280 280 X.S.K210 87 . 69 .. 155 . 167 .K200 91 . 170 X. 04 03. X4KS. 75 . 175 325 360 360 360 X. 114 . 176 . 99 . X. . 197 336 360 360 360 X.K180 75 .K220 120 180 128 195 230 230 230 X. 16 .K170 56 . 76 . 190 X.K240 156 243 184 276 280 280 280 X.K260 .K290 . 208 310 310 310 310 X..K320 . Project Planning for Drives Project planning procedure 4 X.K160 62 .K120 26 . Series 69 . 131 X.K190 73 . 53 .. 68 X. 91 . 127 X. 97 98 X. 44 . 124 . 93 . X3KS.. 60 X. Please contact SEW-EURODRIVE. . 04 03.K110 17 . 39 X. Permitted axial Please contact SEW-EURODRIVE.

.4 70 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.3 Project planning example: Conveyor drive The following example shows the project planning for a conveyor drive. Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning example: Conveyor drive 4. hollow shaft with key • Output speed n2 = 35 rpm • Input speed motor n1 = 1470 rpm • Operating power at output shaft LSS PK2 = 135 kW • Peak operating torque at output shaft LSS MK2 max = 55 kNm • Operating period: 16 hours a day • The gear unit is started up once per hour (frequency of maximum output torque) • Motor control via frequency inverter • The gear unit is to be operated in a large hall under very dusty conditions and an am- bient temperature range between 0 °C and 40 °C. Series . 61445AXX Technical data and application conditions • Bevel-helical gear unit. foot-mounted (mounting position M1). • Installation altitude H = 1200 m • Customer requirement: Service factor ≥ 1.

this value is used to determine the nominal gear ratio.6 (frequency inverter) Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.5 peak loads per hour) Start factor Fstart = 1..8 kNm n2 35 min-1 MK2 = Operating torque on the LSS [kNm] PK2 = Output power [kW] n2 = Output speed LSS [rpm] Calculate the gear unit reduction ratio using the following formula: n 1470 = 42 i = n1 = 2 35 i = Gear ratio n1 = Input speed (HSS) [rpm] n2 = Output speed (LSS) [rpm] After having specified the gear unit size. Series 71 . Project Planning for Drives Project planning example: Conveyor drive 4 Step 1: Filling out the drive selection sheet Step 2: Calculate the basic data Constant operating torque MK2: 4 PK2 x 9550 135 kW x 9550 MK2 = = = 36.5 (Belt conveyor P > 100 kW. Step 3: Select the application factors Application-specific service factor FS min = 1.0 (1.. t > 10 h/day) Peak load factor FF = 1..

5 = 55.2 kNm MN2 = Nominal gear unit torque [kNm] MK2 = Operating torque on the LSS [kNm] FS min = Application-specific service factor Step 5: Selecting the gear unit size Select a gear unit of the next larger torque class using the foldout page at the end of this catalog. • Nominal gear unit torque MN2 = 58 kNm See selection table on page 153 ff. Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning example: Conveyor drive Step 4: Calculating the required nominal gear unit torque Required nominal gear unit torque MN2: MN2 ≥ MK2 x FS min = 36.4 kW PM = Nominal motor power [kW] PK2 = Operating power on LSS [kW] PK1 = Operating power on HSS [kW] η = Efficiency from page 55 Select a motor of the next larger power class: PM = 160 kW 72 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. see exact gear ratio iex = 43.6 Step 6: Selecting the nominal motor power Required motor power: Pk2 135 kW P ≥ P = M K1 η = 0.8 kNm x 1. • Gear unit type X3KA180 /B • Nominal gear ratio iN = 45..955 = 141. Series .

MK2 max ≤ MK2 zul MK2 max = Peak output torque [kNm] MK2 zul = Permitted peak output torque [kNm] 66.7 kNm n2 35 1/min The peak output torque MK2 max must not exceed the permitted peak output torque MK2 zul.955 x 1.55 x 0.55 x η x Fstart 160 kW x 9. Project Planning for Drives Project planning example: Conveyor drive 4 Step 7: Check the peak load conditions Permitted peak torque MK2 zul: 2 x MN2 2 x 58 kNm MK2 zul = = = 116 kNm F 1 F 4 MK2 zul = Permitted peak output torque [kNm] MN2 = Nominal gear unit torque [kNm] FF = Peak load factor Calculate the peak output torque MK2 max based on the motor power: PM x 9.7 kNm ≤ 116 kNm → This means you can use the selected gear unit size. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. Series 73 .6 MK2 max= = = 66.

4 kW > 80 kW → Thermal rating not sufficient at 40 °C without additional cooling With one fan: PT ≥ PTH x f1 x fT = 230 kW x 0.6 • Nominal gear unit torque MN2 = 58 kNm • Motor PM = 160 kW • Taconite seals on the drive and output shafts • Fan on the input 74 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.95 x 0.4 kW < 153 kW → Thermal rating sufficient at 40 °C with a fan Step 9: Checking the external additional forces There are no external additional forces. Step 10: Selecting the optional equipment • Dusty environment → Taconite seals on the drive and output shafts (see page 26).95 see installation altitude 1200 m on page 59 fT = 0.7 see ambient temperature for splash lubrication without additional cooling on page 59 PT = Thermal rating [kW] PTH = Nominal thermal rating [kW] f1 = Altitude factor fT = Temperature factor The operating power PK1 must not exceed the thermal rating PT (PK1 ≤ PT).7 = 80 kW f1 = 0. Additional cooling is required if PK1 > PT 141. Step 11: Summary of all the technical information • Gear unit type X3KA180 /B • Gear ratio iex = 43.7 = 153 kW 141.95 x 0. Project Planning for Drives 4 Project planning example: Conveyor drive Step 8: Checking the thermal rating PT ≥ PTH x f1 x fT = 120 kW x 0. Series ..

. Series 75 . Cooling. Lubrication. and Heating 5. and Heating Overview of the lubrication and cooling types 5 H2O 5 Lubrication.1 Overview of the lubrication and cooling types The following combinations of lubrication and cooling types are possible. Splash lubrication Pressure Bath lubrication lubrication Lubrication 5 with shaft end pump /SEP with motor pump without cooling without cooling without cooling /ONP Fan Fan Fan Standard /FAN Standard /FAN Standard /FAN Advanced /FAN-ADV Advanced /FAN-ADV Advanced /FAN-ADV Cooling Built-in cooling Built-in cooling Built-in cooling Water cooling cover /CCV Water cooling cover /CCV Water cooling cover /CCV Water cooling cartridge /CCT Water cooling cartridge /CCT Water cooling cartridge /C Circulation cooling Circulation cooling Oil-water cooler /OWC Oil-water cooler /OWP Oil-air cooler /OAC Oil-air cooler /OAP Heater Heater Heater Heater Oil heater /OH Oil heater /OH Oil heater /OH 68308AEN Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Cooling.

You find the corresponding information on the nameplate of the gear unit.2 Lubricant selection / lubricant table INFORMATION The oil viscosity and type (mineral/synthetic) to be used are determined by SEW- EURODRIVE specifically for each order.. 5. This information is noted in the order confir- mation and on the gear unit's nameplate.2. and Heating 5 Lubricant selection / lubricant table H2O 5. This does not apply to auxiliary drives and primary gear units. Cooling.1 General information on selecting the oil Unless a special arrangement is made. Series . SEW-EURODRIVE delivers the drives without oil fill. The following tables provide an overview of mineral and synthetic oils. INFORMATION This means the gear unit must be filled with the correct oil grade and quantity before startup. Lubrication. ISO ISO 6743-6 DIN 51519 AGMA 9005-D94 Class Designation Designation Designation 150 ISO-L-CKT 150 CLP HC 150 AGMA 4 EP 220 ISO-L-CKT 220 CLP HC 220 AGMA 5 EP 320 ISO-L-CKT 320 CLP HC 320 AGMA 6 EP 460 ISO-L-CKT 460 CLP HC 460 AGMA 7 EP 680 ISO-L-CKT 680 CLP HC 680 AGMA 8 EP 76 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Any deviation from these conditions requires consultation with SEW-EURODRIVE. ISO ISO 6743-6 DIN 51517-3 AGMA 9005-D94 Class Designation Designation Designation 150 ISO-L-CKC 150 DIN 51517-CLP 150 AGMA 4 EP 220 ISO-L-CKC 220 DIN 51517-CLP 220 AGMA 5 EP 320 ISO-L-CKC 320 DIN 51517-CLP 320 AGMA 6 EP 460 ISO-L-CKC 460 DIN 51517-CLP 460 AGMA 7 EP 680 ISO-L-CKC 680 DIN 51517-CLP 680 AGMA 8 EP Synthetic oil Standards Lubrication oils are divided into ISO VG viscosity classes according to ISO 3448 and DIN 51519. Mineral oil Standards Lubrication oils are divided into ISO VG viscosity classes according to ISO 3448 and DIN 51519.

and Heating Lubricant selection / lubricant table 5 H2O In addition to the required viscosity. • Consult SEW-EURODRIVE if you use bio and food grade lubricants or polyglycol oils. SEW-EURODRIVE recommends polyalphaolefin-based oil (CLP HC). Lubrication. CLP = Mineral oil CLP HC = Synthetic polyalphaolefin E = Ester oil (water hazard classification 1) = Mineral lubricant = Synthetic lubricant 3) = Lubricants may only be used if service factor Fs = 1.2. This information is provided to preselect the lubricant. Consider the used abbreviations. Series 77 . GFT class high. The proper and final lubri- cant selection is made by SEW-EURODRIVE to match the specific project. damage force level >10 If synthetic oil is used. 5 INFORMATION Observe the operating temperature of the gear unit when specifying the oil change in- tervals. and water management) Oil Oil Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. • Check the compatibility of the greases and oils used. a cooling system must be used or the oil change interval must be shortened (see "Lubricant Change Intervals" in the "Helical and Bevel-Helical X. meaning of shading and notes. Series Gear Units" operating instructions").. the oil must fulfill the following criteria: • CLP oils according to DIN 51517-3 • Micro-pitting test according to FVA. Key to the lubricant table The lubricant table shows the permitted lubricants for SEW-EURODRIVE industrial gear units. Cooling. If required. forestry..3 4) = Take into account critical startup behavior at low ambient temperatures 6) = Ambient temperature = Lubricant for the food industry (food grade oil) = Biodegradable oil (lubricant for agriculture. 54/ I-IV. FV no. 5.2 Permitted lubricants INFORMATION • The standard for viscosity and oil grade is the type of oil that is specified by SEW- EURODRIVE in the order (see order confirmation and nameplate).

3 Oil 78 5 . Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.2. Cooling.NLGI Mobil® DIN (ISO) Sh ell LUBRICATION TEXACO Tribol Optimol TO T A L °C -50 0 +50 +100 Shell Omala BP Energol Klüberoil Meropa Alpha SP 320 Optigear Renolin CLP 320 Plus Goya NT 320 Carter EP -10 +40 CLP CC VG 320 Mobilgear 600XP 320 GR-XP-320 GEM 1-320 N 320 Tribol 1100/320 BM 320 Renolin High Gear 320 320 F 320 3) BP Energol Klüberoil Meropa Alpha SP 150 Optigear Renolin CLP 150 Plus -20 +20 CLP CC VG 150 Mobilgear 600XP 150 GR-XP-150 GEM 1-150 N 150 Tribol 1100/150 BM 150 Renolin High Gear 150 Goya NT 150 Shell Omala BP Energol Klüberoil Meropa Alpha SP 220 Optigear Renolin CLP 220 Plus Carter EP -15 +30 CLPCC VG 220 Mobilgear 600XP 220 F 220 GR-XP-220 GEM 1-220 N 220 Tribol 1100/220 BM 220 Renolin High Gear 220 Goya NT 220 220 Shell Omala BP Energol Klüberoil Meropa Alpha SP 460 Optigear Renolin CLP 460 Plus -5 +45 CLP CC VG 460 Mobilgear 600XP 460 GEM 1-460 N Tribol 1100/460 Goya NT 460 Carter EP F 460 GR-XP-460 460 BM 460 Renolin High Gear 460 460 BP Energol Klüberoil Meropa Alpha SP 680 Optigear Renolin CLP 680 Plus Carter EP 0 +50 CLP CC VG 680 Mobilgear 600XP 680 GR-XP-680 GEM 1-680 N 680 Tribol 1100/680 BM 680 Renolin High Gear 680 Goya NT 680 680 +5 +60 CLP CC VG 1000 Tribol 1100/1000 Mobil SHC Shell Omala Optigear Renolin Unisyn CLP 320 BP Enersyn Klübersynth Pinnacle Alphasyn El Greco 320 Carter SH -25 +40 CLP HC VG 320 Gear 320 S4 GX 320 GEM 4-320 N EP 320 Synthetic Renolin High Gear EP-XF-320 EP 320 320 Lubrication.. and Heating Mobil SHC 632 X 320 Synth 320 Lubricant selection / lubricant table 3) 4) -40 -10 CLP HC VG 32 Mobil SHC 624 Klübersynth Optigear Shell Omala BP Enersyn Reolin Unisyn 3) 4) -40 +10 CLP HC VG 68 Mobil SHC 626 S4 GX68 GEM 4-68 N Synthetic EP-XF-68 X 68 CLP 68 Mobil SHC Klübersynth Optigear Shell Omala BP Enersyn Pinnacle Alphasyn Reolin Unisyn Carter SH -35 +20 CLP HC VG 150 Gear 150 S4 GX 150 GEM 4-150 N Synthetic El Greco 150 EP-XF-150 EP 150 EP 150 CLP 150 150 Mobil SHC 629 X 150 Mobil SHC Optigear Renolin Unisyn CLP 220 Shell Omala BP Enersyn Klübersynth Pinnacle Alphasyn Carter SH -30 +30 CLP HC VG 220 Gear 220 GEM 4-220 N Synthetic Renolin High Gear El Greco 220 Mobil SHC 630 S4 GX 220 EP-XF-220 EP 220 EP 220 220 X 220 Synth 220 Mobil SHC Optigear Renolin Unisyn CLP 460 Shell Omala Klübersynth Pinnacle Alphasyn Carter SH -20 +50 CLP HC VG 460 Gear 460 BP Enersyn Synthetic Renolin High Gear El Greco 460 S4 GX 460 EP-XF-460 GEM 4-460 N EP 460 EP 460 Synth 460 460 Mobil SHC 634 X 460 Mobil SHC Optigear Shell Omala BP Enersyn Klübersynth Pinnacle Reolin Unisyn Carter SH -10 +60 CLP HC VG 680 Gear 680 S4 GX 680 EP-XF-680 GEM 4-680 N EP 680 Synthetic CLP 680 El Greco 680 680 Mobil SHC 636 X 680 Mobil SHC Klübersynth 0 +70 CLP HC VG 1000 Gear 1000 GEM 4-1000 N Mobil SHC 639 Lubricant table Klüberöl Optileb Cassida 3) -10 +30 CLP HC VG 460 Fluid GL 460 4UH1-460 N GT 460 NSF H1 Klüberöl Optileb Cassida 3) -20 +20 VG 220 4UH1-220 N GT 220 Fluid GL 220 Klüberöl Optileb Cassida 470490405 3) 4) -40 -10 VG 68 Fluid GL 68 4UH1-68 N HY 68 H2O Shell Naturelle Klüberbio Plantogear -20 +40 E VG 460 Gear Fluid CA2-460 460 S EP 460 5. Series bp 6) ARAL FUCHS Q8 Oil ISO.

Lubrication.. X3F120 23 . cation lubrication 5 X2F100 14 . cation lubrication X3K. Pressure Splash lubri.. X3F150 38 . X4F130 18 - X2F140 35 . bath and pressure lubrication. X4K100 . X4K150 39 - X2K160 48 48 X3K160 60 60 X4K160 63 64 X2K170 48 48 X3K170 60 60 X4K170 80 64 X2K180 60 60 X3K180 75 75 X4K180 80 80 X2K190 60 60 X3K190 75 75 X4K190 80 80 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. X3K110 14 . X3F110 15 . X3F130 23 . X3K100 13 .. X4F120 18 - X2F130 23 . X. The mark on the oil sight glass. X3K120 20 . X4K140 38 - X2K150 28 .. X4K110 . oil level glass and/or oil dipstick is the decisive indicator for the correct oil level. X4F100 ..K. The following tables list the oil quantities for splash. The precise value varies depending on the gear ratio and the number of stages. cation lubrication X4F. X3K150 34 . Series 79 . X3K140 33 . Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Splash lubri. Pressure Splash lubri.. Pressure Splash lubri. - X2K120 17 . Cooling. Pressure X2K. X3F140 37 . X3F100 14 . Pressure Splash lubri. - X2K110 12 . - X2F120 21 . cation lubrication X2K100 11 . Pressure X2F.4 Oil quantity for horizontal gear units / M1 mounting position The specified oil quantity is a guide value. cation lubrication X3F. X4K120 24 - X2K130 17 .. X4F110 ... and Heating Lubricant selection / lubricant table 5 H2O 5.F. X3K130 21 . cation lubrication X4K. X4F150 29 - X2F160 60 61 X3F160 63 63 X4F160 51 51 X2F170 60 61 X3F170 63 63 X4F170 51 51 X2F180 80 80 X3F180 80 80 X4F180 75 75 X2F190 80 80 X3F190 80 80 X4F190 75 75 X2F200 105 105 X3F200 105 105 X4F200 95 95 X2F210 105 105 X3F210 105 105 X4F210 95 95 X2F220 140 140 X3F220 145 145 X4F220 145 145 X2F230 140 140 X3F230 145 145 X4F230 145 145 X2F240 175 175 X3F240 170 170 X4F240 170 170 X2F250 175 175 X3F250 175 175 X4F250 170 170 X2F260 275 275 X3F260 270 270 X4F260 280 280 X2F270 275 275 X3F270 270 270 X4F270 280 280 X2F280 330 330 X3F280 335 335 X4F280 340 340 X2F290 405 405 X3F290 400 400 X4F290 415 415 X2F300 405 405 X3F300 400 400 X4F300 415 415 X2F310 550 550 X3F310 540 540 X4F310 540 540 X2F320 550 550 X3F320 540 540 X4F320 540 540 X. X4K130 26 - X2K140 26 . Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Splash lubri. X4F140 27 - X2F150 38 .2. - X2F110 14 .

165 395 X4T240 . - X3T160 60 51 . Series . . 205 325 X3T240 . .. cation lubrication X4K.. X3K280 325 325 X4K280 330 330 X2K290 . Pressure Splash lubri. Pressure Bath lubri. X3K270 255 255 X4K270 270 270 X2K280 . Lubrication. cation lubrication cation X4T. Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Splash lubri. 165 395 X4T250 . . .. Splash lubri. cation lubrication cation X3T100 13 . X4T170 54 54 - X3T180 75 65 . X3K300 400 400 X4K300 410 410 X2K310 . . X4T110 . Pressure Bath lubri- X3T. . X4T100 . X3K260 255 255 X4K260 270 270 X2K270 . . cation lubrication X2K200 85 85 X3K200 100 100 X4K200 108 108 X2K210 85 85 X3K210 100 100 X4K210 115 115 X2K220 130 130 X3K220 130 130 X4K220 140 140 X2K230 130 130 X3K230 130 130 X4K230 140 140 X2K240 165 165 X3K240 170 170 X4K240 180 180 X2K250 165 165 X3K250 170 170 X4K250 176 176 X2K260 . X4T200 95 95 - X3T210 100 85 . X4T210 95 95 - X3T220 .T.. - X3T130 21 . . . X3K310 535 535 X4K310 540 540 X2K320 .. . X3K320 535 535 X4K320 540 540 X. X4T150 32 . - X3T120 20 . X4T190 75 75 - X3T200 100 85 . - X3T110 14 . . and Heating 5 Lubricant selection / lubricant table H2O Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Splash lubri. 135 315 X4T230 . . - X3T150 34 .. . 260 400 80 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. X4T140 31 . X3K290 400 400 X4K290 410 410 X2K300 . X4T120 20 . . . 135 315 X4T220 . X4T130 21 . Pressure X2K. - X3T140 33 . cation lubrication X3K. X4T160 54 54 - X3T170 60 51 . X4T180 75 75 - X3T190 75 65 .. 205 325 X3T230 . 260 400 X3T250 . Cooling. Pressure Splash lubri.

Bath lubri. The precise value varies depending on the gear ratio and the number of stages. X4K170 61 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.... Series 81 .. Lubrication.. X. Splash lubri. tion 5 X2F100 14 X3F100 14 X4F100 - X2F110 15 X3F110 15 X4F110 - X2F120 21 X3F120 21 X4F120 25 X2F130 21 X3F130 21 X4F130 25 X2F140 35 X3F140 36 X4F140 40 X2F150 37 X3F150 38 X4F150 40 X2F160 61 X3F160 62 X4F160 76 X2F170 61 X3F170 62 X4F170 76 X2F180 75 X3F180 80 X4F180 100 X2F190 75 X3F190 80 X4F190 100 X2F200 100 X3F200 105 X4F200 135 X2F210 100 X3F210 105 X4F210 135 X2F220 130 X3F220 140 X4F220 180 X2F230 130 X3F230 140 X4F230 180 X2F240 170 X3F240 175 X4F240 235 X2F250 170 X3F250 175 X4F250 230 X2F260 275 X3F260 270 X4F260 280 X2F270 275 X3F270 270 X4F270 280 X2F280 330 X3F280 335 X4F280 340 X2F290 405 X3F290 400 X4F290 415 X2F300 405 X3F300 400 X4F300 415 X2F310 550 X3F310 540 X4F310 540 X2F320 550 X3F320 540 X4F320 540 X. X4K160 61 X2K170 47 X3K170 60 .. oil level glass and/or oil dipstick is the decisive indicator for the correct oil level. Oil quantity Oil quantity Oil quantity [l] [l] [l] Splash lubri. X4K140 36 X2K150 28 X3K150 35 . The following tables list the oil quantities for splash and bath lubrication. cation X2K100 11 X3K100 16 29 X4K100 - X2K110 12 X3K110 16 29 X4K110 - X2K120 16 X3K120 20 . tion X4F.K. Splash lubrica- X2F. Splash lubri- X2K. The mark on the oil sight glass. X4K130 21 X2K140 25 X3K140 33 .2. and Heating Lubricant selection / lubricant table 5 H2O 5.F.. cation X3K. X4K150 38 X2K160 47 X3K160 60 . cation cation X4K.. Splash lubrica.. X4K120 20 X2K130 17 X3K130 22 . tion X3F.5 Oil quantity for horizontal gear units / M3 mounting position The specified oil quantity is a guide value. Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Splash lubrica. Cooling.

. - X3T120 . X4K190 75 X2K200 80 X3K200 95 . 175 X3T200 . X3K280 325 . and Heating 5 Lubricant selection / lubricant table H2O Oil quantity Oil quantity Oil quantity [l] [l] [l] Splash lubri.. 230 X4T200 . X3K290 400 . Cooling. X4T250 175 - 82 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Splash lubri. cation cation X3T100 . Splash lubri. 230 X4T210 . X4K200 115 X2K210 80 X3K210 95 . X4K310 540 X2K320 . cation X3K. 48 X4T130 . Bath lubri- X3T. 80 X4T140 . X4K180 75 X2K190 60 X3K190 75 . 146 X3T180 . - X3T110 . 146 X3T170 . 84 X3T160 . X4K280 330 X2K290 .T. cation X2K180 60 X3K180 75 . X4T220 140 - X3T230 115 . X3K300 400 . X4K230 140 X2K240 170 X3K240 165 . 84 X4T150 . 142 X4T160 . X4K320 540 X. X4T230 140 - X3T240 150 . Bath lubri. Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Splash lubri. 170 X4T190 . X4K270 270 X2K280 .. 142 X4T170 . 50 X3T130 . Series . X4K220 140 X2K230 130 X3K230 125 . X4K260 270 X2K270 .. 34 X4T110 .. X3K260 255 . X3K320 535 . Lubrication. 235 X3T220 115 . X4K300 410 X2K310 . cation cation X4K. X4K240 175 X2K250 170 X3K250 165 . 52 X3T140 . X4K290 410 X2K300 .. X4K210 115 X2K220 130 X3K220 125 . 235 X3T210 . Splash lubri- X2K. X3K310 535 . cation cation X4T. 170 X4T180 .. 46 X4T120 . X3K270 255 . X4K250 175 X2K260 . 175 X3T190 . 34 X4T100 . X4T240 175 - X3T250 150 . 80 X3T150 . Bath lubri.

Lubrication. 305 230 X2F290 . 390 273 X2F310 . 210 183 X4F260 . 400 399 X4F320 . Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Pres. lubrica. 250 186 X2F280 . oil level glass and/or oil dipstick is the decisive indicator for the correct oil level. The mark on the oil sight glass. Bath sure tion Bath sure tion lubrica. X4F100 . sure sure Pres. 515 393 X2F320 .. X3F100 34 . lubrica- Bath sure lubrica. . lubrica.. 295 275 X4F300 . 515 393 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.6 Oil quantities for vertical gear units / M5 and M6 mounting positions The specified oil quantity is a guide value.. 300 284 X3F300 . 300 284 X3F290 . 295 275 X4F290 . with lubrica. Series 83 . tion tion Drywell X3F. tion tion Drywell X4F. 416 416 X3F310 .. 5 X. . . with X2F. The following tables list the oil quantities for bath and pressure lubrication as well as pressure lubrication with Drywell. 250 186 X2F270 . Cooling. X4F110 . 220 192 X3F260 . lubrica. X3F110 36 . the oil quantity must be increased by 20%. - X2F110 36 . 220 192 X3F270 .2. 400 399 X4F310 . sure Pres. 260 230 X4F280 . . Pres.. 416 416 X3F320 . Note that for gear unit combinations in M5 or M6 mounting position with pressure lubri- cation and oil heater. . 265 234 X3F280 . lubrica.F. tion tion Drywell X2F100 34 . Observe the informa- tion on the nameplate. Pres- Pres. 390 273 X2F300 . and Heating Lubricant selection / lubricant table 5 H2O 5. tion with lubrica. - X2F120 50 18 11 X3F120 44 18 11 X4F120 44 18 12 X2F130 52 20 14 X3F130 46 20 14 X4F130 46 18 13 X2F140 86 38 20 X3F140 82 38 20 X4F140 78 24 21 X2F150 90 38 22 X3F150 88 36 22 X4F150 80 26 21 X2F160 152 62 38 X3F160 146 56 38 X4F160 146 45 37 X2F170 152 62 41 X3F170 146 56 41 X4F170 146 45 40 X2F180 185 75 54 X3F180 185 70 53 X4F180 175 65 50 X2F190 185 75 54 X3F190 185 70 53 X4F190 175 65 50 X2F200 250 105 75 X3F200 250 105 74 X4F200 240 100 68 X2F210 250 105 75 X3F210 250 105 74 X4F210 240 100 68 X2F220 335 125 95 X3F220 330 120 93 X4F220 330 150 93 X2F230 335 125 95 X3F230 330 120 93 X4F230 330 150 93 X2F240 410 155 113 X3F240 400 145 108 X4F240 410 185 110 X2F250 410 155 113 X3F250 400 145 108 X4F250 410 185 110 X2F260 . The precise value varies depending on the gear ratio and the number of stages. 210 183 X4F270 . .

275 185 X2K280 . X3K270 . X3K110 34 . Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Pres. . with lubrica. . lubrica- Bath sure lubrica.. lubrica. . and Heating 5 Lubricant selection / lubricant table H2O X. . 410 411 X4K320 . 415 276 X2K300 . X3K260 . . 300 282 X4K290 . Bath sure tion Bath sure tion lubrica. . X3K100 32 . . . sure sure Pres. . lubrica. X3K280 . . X3K290 . X3K300 . Pres. . . 345 231 X2K290 .K. - X2K120 40 17 10 X3K120 48 17 10 X4K120 46 20 11 X2K130 42 17 12 X3K130 52 18 14 X4K130 48 21 14 X2K140 59 26 15 X3K140 80 35 19 X4K140 82 36 19 X2K150 66 27 17 X3K150 84 36 21 X4K150 86 38 21 X2K160 138 45 32 X3K160 146 56 40 X4K160 150 63 41 X2K170 138 45 35 X3K170 146 56 43 X4K170 150 63 44 X2K180 150 60 39 X3K180 175 70 53 X4K180 180 85 53 X2K190 150 60 39 X3K190 175 70 53 X4K190 180 85 53 X2K200 205 85 60 X3K200 240 100 69 X4K200 250 110 74 X2K210 205 85 60 X3K210 240 100 69 X4K210 250 110 74 X2K220 330 130 132 X3K220 315 115 89 X4K220 330 150 93 X2K230 330 130 132 X3K230 315 115 89 X4K230 330 150 93 X2K240 405 155 140 X3K240 400 145 107 X4K240 410 190 111 X2K250 405 155 140 X3K250 400 145 107 X4K250 410 190 111 X2K260 . Cooling. lubrica. . 210 185 X4K260 . . - X2K110 30 ... lubrica. sure Pres. X4K110 . . . tion with lubrica. Lubrication. X3K310 . 300 282 X4K300 . 265 236 X4K280 . with X2K. tion tion Drywell X4K. . . . 210 185 X4K270 .. 555 408 84 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 410 411 X4K310 . 275 185 X2K270 . Series . tion tion Drywell X3K. 415 276 X2K310 . 555 408 X2K320 . X4K100 . tion tion Drywell X2K100 28 .. X3K320 . Pres- Pres. .

- X3T120 46 17 12 X4T120 50 18 12 X3T130 48 18 13 X4T130 52 20 13 X3T140 80 32 21 X4T140 80 32 21 5 X3T150 84 33 21 X4T150 84 33 37 X3T160 142 54 37 X4T160 146 56 40 X3T170 142 54 40 X4T170 146 56 36 X3T180 170 70 50 X4T180 175 80 50 X3T190 170 70 50 X4T190 175 80 50 X3T200 230 95 68 X4T200 235 105 68 X3T210 230 95 68 X4T210 235 105 68 X3T220 315 115 89 X4T220 325 145 89 X3T230 315 115 89 X4T230 325 145 89 X3T240 395 145 107 X4T240 400 185 107 X3T250 395 145 107 X4T250 400 185 107 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.T. and Heating Lubricant selection / lubricant table 5 H2O X. Cooling. Series 85 .. . . X4T110 .. cation lubrication Drywell X4T. - X3T110 34 . lubrica. . . Lubrication. tion with X3T. X4T100 . Pressure tion with Bath lubri.. cation tion Drywell X3T100 34 . Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Pressure Pressure lubrica. Pressure lubrica- Bath lubri..

Bath lubrication X4F.2. Cooling. The precise value varies depending on the gear ratio and the number of stages. and Heating 5 Lubricant selection / lubricant table H2O 5. Bath lubrication X3F.. Lubrication....K. Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] X2K..F.. oil level glass and/or oil dipstick is the decisive indicator for the correct oil level. Bath lubrication X2K100 17 X3K100 20 X4K100 - X2K110 17 X3K110 20 X4K110 - X2K120 25 X3K120 31 X4K120 32 X2K130 26 X3K130 31 X4K130 33 X2K140 38 X3K140 47 X4K140 54 X2K150 42 X3K150 50 X4K150 57 X2K160 66 X3K160 90 X4K160 91 X2K170 66 X3K170 90 X4K170 91 X2K180 90 X3K180 115 X4K180 120 X2K190 90 X3K190 115 X4K190 120 X2K200 125 X3K200 155 X4K200 160 X2K210 125 X3K210 155 X4K210 160 X2K220 195 X3K220 200 X4K220 215 X2K230 195 X3K230 200 X4K230 215 X2K240 250 X3K240 265 X4K240 275 X2K250 250 X3K250 265 X4K250 275 86 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Bath lubrication X3K. The following tables list the oil quantities for bath lubrication. Bath lubrication X4K. The mark on the oil sight glass..7 Oil quantities for upright gear units / M2 mounting position The specified oil quantity is a guide value.. X. Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] X2F. Series . Bath lubrication X2F100 23 X3F100 21 X4F100 - X2F110 23 X3F110 21 X4F110 - X2F120 33 X3F120 33 X4F120 30 X2F130 35 X3F130 34 X4F130 31 X2F140 56 X3F140 54 X4F140 47 X2F150 59 X3F150 58 X4F150 50 X2F160 105 X3F160 91 X4F160 80 X2F170 105 X3F170 91 X4F170 80 X2F180 120 X3F180 120 X4F180 110 X2F190 120 X3F190 120 X4F190 110 X2F200 165 X3F200 165 X4F200 150 X2F210 165 X3F210 165 X4F210 150 X2F220 220 X3F220 215 X4F220 215 X2F230 220 X3F230 215 X4F230 215 X2F240 280 X3F240 265 X4F240 270 X2F250 280 X3F250 265 X4F250 270 X..

Series 87 . Bath lubrication X3T100 18 X4T100 - X3T110 18 X4T110 - X3T120 28 X4T120 34 X3T130 29 X4T130 34 X3T140 44 X4T140 56 X3T150 46 X4T150 60 X3T160 78 X4T160 92 5 X3T170 78 X4T170 92 X3T180 110 X4T180 115 X3T190 110 X4T190 115 X3T200 145 X4T200 150 X3T210 145 X4T210 150 X3T220 200 X4T220 210 X3T230 200 X4T230 210 X3T240 260 X4T240 270 X3T250 260 X4T250 270 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X... Cooling.T. and Heating Lubricant selection / lubricant table 5 H2O X. Bath lubrication X4T.. Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] X3T. Lubrication..

360 X2F320 . 255 X3F300 . The precise value varies depending on the gear ratio and the number of stages. X. Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Bath lubri. 255 X3F290 . The following tables list the oil quantities for bath and pressure lubrication.. 180 X4F260 . Pressure Bath lubrica.. Pressure Bath lubrica. Cooling. 180 X3F270 . - X2F120 35 18 X3F120 35 18 X4F120 36 18 X2F130 36 18 X3F130 38 18 X4F130 38 18 X2F140 57 26 X3F140 66 26 X4F140 57 26 X2F150 62 27 X3F150 71 27 X4F150 60 27 X2F160 102 51 X3F160 108 51 X4F160 112 51 X2F170 102 51 X3F170 108 51 X4F170 104 51 X2F180 130 55 X3F180 150 55 X4F180 145 55 X2F190 130 55 X3F190 144 55 X4F190 145 55 X2F200 175 70 X3F200 200 70 X4F200 200 70 X2F210 175 70 X3F210 200 70 X4F210 200 70 X2F220 230 100 X3F220 265 100 X4F220 265 100 X2F230 230 100 X3F230 265 100 X4F230 265 100 X2F240 285 115 X3F240 330 115 X4F240 340 115 X2F250 285 115 X3F250 330 115 X4F250 340 115 X2F260 .F.K. Pressure X2F. The mark on the oil sight glass. and Heating 5 Lubricant selection / lubricant table H2O 5. oil level glass and/or oil dipstick is the decisive indicator for the correct oil level. 255 X4F300 . 255 X4F290 . 360 X4F310 .. X3F110 27 X4F110 . 180 X2F280 . 235 X3F280 . Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Bath lubri.. Series . - X2K110 30 X3K110 34 X4K110 .. cation lubrication X3F.8 Oil quantities for upright gear units / M4 mounting position The specified oil quantity is a guide value. 255 X2F300 ..2. - X2K120 40 18 X3K120 48 18 X4K120 46 18 X2K130 42 18 X3K130 52 18 X4K130 48 18 X2K140 66 26 X3K140 80 26 X4K140 82 26 X2K150 72 27 X3K150 84 27 X4K150 86 27 X2K160 138 51 X3K160 146 51 X4K160 150 51 X2K170 138 51 X3K170 146 51 X4K170 150 51 X2K180 150 55 X3K180 175 55 X4K180 180 55 88 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. - X2F110 23 . 235 X2F290 .. Lubrication. 180 X2F270 . tion lubrication X2K100 28 X3K100 32 X4K100 . tion lubrication X2F100 23 . X3F100 26 X4F100 .. 235 X4F280 . tion lubrication X4F. 360 X4F320 .. Pressure X2K. 180 X4F270 . cation lubrication X3K. 360 X3F310 . Pressure Bath lubrica. 360 X. tion lubrication X4K. 180 X3F260 . 360 X3F320 . 255 X2F310 . Pressure Bath lubrica.

. 255 X4K300 . cation lubrication X3K. . . 235 X2K290 . Pressure Bath lubrica. . . X3K260 . Lubrication.T. X4T110 . X3K310 . X4T100 . 235 X4K280 . Cooling.. X4T120 36 - X3T130 33 . tion lubrication X2K190 150 55 X3K190 175 55 X4K190 180 55 X2K200 205 70 X3K200 240 70 X4K200 250 70 X2K210 205 70 X3K210 240 70 X4K210 250 70 X2K220 330 100 X3K220 315 100 X4K220 330 100 X2K230 330 100 X3K230 315 100 X4K230 330 100 X2K240 405 115 X3K240 400 115 X4K240 410 115 X2K250 405 115 X3K250 400 115 X4K250 410 115 5 X2K260 . X3K280 .. 180 X2K270 . X3K320 . X3T100 21 . - X3T110 21 .. 180 X4K270 . and Heating Lubricant selection / lubricant table 5 H2O Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Bath lubri. X4T130 38 - X3T140 50 .. Oil quantity [l] Oil quantity [l] Pressure lubrica- Bath lubrication Bath lubrication Pressure lubrication X3T. 180 X4K260 . tion lubrication X4K. Pressure Bath lubrica. X3K290 .. Series 89 . . 255 X2K310 . X3K300 . 180 X2K280 . Pressure X2K. 360 X. 255 X2K300 . . 360 X2K320 . 360 X4K320 . X3K270 .. 255 X4K290 . tion X4T. 360 X4K310 . X4T140 54 - X3T150 53 27 X4T150 57 27 X3T160 90 51 X4T160 93 51 X3T170 90 51 X4T170 93 51 X3T180 120 55 X4T180 125 55 X3T190 120 55 X4T190 125 55 X3T200 160 70 X4T200 160 70 X3T210 160 70 X4T210 160 70 X3T220 215 100 X4T220 215 100 X3T230 215 100 X4T230 215 100 X3T240 270 115 X4T240 285 115 X3T250 270 115 X4T250 285 115 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. - X3T120 32 ..

. the customer has to make sure that it is suitable for the intended application. 90 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Lubrication. Series . It is not permitted to mix different groups.2.9 Sealing grease / bearing grease in Drywell sealing systems The table shows the grease types recommended by SEW-EURODRIVE for operating temperatures from -20 °C to 100 °C. • If a customer wants to use a grease that is not listed in the table. Manufacturer Grease Group Fuchs Renolit CX TOM 15 OEM1) BP Energrease LS-EP 2 Castrol Longtime PD 2 Castrol Spheerol EP 2 Klüber Centoplex EP2 Klüber Petamo GHY 133 N Group 1 Kuwait Q8 Rembrandt EP2 Mobile Mobilux EP 2 Shell Gadus S2 V220 2 Texaco Mulifak EP2 Total Multis EP 2 Castrol Obeen FS 21) Group 2 Fuchs Plantogel 2 S1) Group 3 Oil Oil 1) Grease used by the factory should be preferred! INFORMATION • The greases may only be replaced within the same group. Cooling. and Heating 5 Lubricant selection / lubricant table H2O 5.

Cooling. An oil drain valve can be provided as option (see page 525). and Heating Accessories 5 H2O 5.3 Accessories The following section describes the accessories for the several types of lubrication.. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. This valve allows for a drain pipe to be easily at- tached when changing the gear unit oil. Series 91 . For dimensions of oil dipstick. the gear unit is equipped with an oil dipstick as standard. Oil drain The gear unit is equipped with an oil drain plug as standard. 5. 5 [1] [2] [3] [4] 65668AXX [1] Oil dipstick (optional) [3] Oil level glass [2] Gear unit breather [4] Oil drain Visual oil level The following types are available as standard for gear units in M1 mounting position with check splash lubrication: • Oil dipstick (see page 523) for gear unit sizes 100 to 170 • Oil level glass (see page 526) for gear unit sizes 180 to 320 For other mounting positions and types of lubrication.3.1 General accessories The following figure shows the general accessories. Gear unit venting The purpose of a gear unit breather is to prevent that non-permitted pressure occurs from heating during operation. The gear units are equipped with a high-quality breather filter with a filter mesh of 2 µm as standard. INFORMATION The position of accessories might vary depending on the gear unit type and size. oil drain valve and oil level glass. see page 523. Lubrication.

any oil level below or above the level specified by SEW- EURODRIVE is permitted as long as there is oil in the expansion tank and the expansion tank does not overflow. Series . A temperature decrease below the permitted range causes the expansion tank to be completely emptied and air being sucked into the gear unit. If the gear unit temperature increases.. thus the gear unit is always completely filled with oil. the expansion tank absorbs some of the increasing oils volume and feeds it back to the gear unit as the temperature goes down. Lubrication. M4 and M5. During operation.3. the oil expansion tank is de- signed to compensate the oil volume change within the permitted operating temperature range. 92 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. and Heating 5 Accessories H2O 5. An increase above the permit- ted range causes an overfilling of the expansion tank and oil might leak from the gear unit. This might result in insufficient lubrication and a malfunction of the gear unit. Based on the oil level specified by SEW-EURODRIVE. refer to page 426 ff. [1] [2] Mounting position M4 [4] [1] [2] [4] Mounting position M1 Mounting position M5 [1] [2] [4] [3] [3] [3] 69236AEN [1] Gear unit breather [3] Oil drain [2] Oil dipstick [4] Oil expansion tank INFORMATION For dimension sheets of oil expansion tanks.2 Additional bath lubrication accessories Oil expansion tank /ET The purpose of the oil expansion tank is to compensate for oil volume variations in the system caused by temperature fluctuations. Cooling. The following figure shows the accessories for mounting positions M1.

it is essen- tial that you contact SEW-EURODRIVE. and Heating Accessories 5 H2O 5. If you use variable input speeds (e. The pump is mounted externally to the gear unit and is driven by the input shaft or inter- mediate shaft of the gear unit.3. For detailed information. • Consult SEW-EURODRIVE for selecting the suitable flow rate. A high reliability of the pump function is ensured in this way. Lubrication. Series 93 . inverter-controlled drives) or if you intend to change the input speed of a gear unit equipped with a shaft end pump. refer to page 138.g. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. The adequate flow rate for the specific application depends on the following factors: • Oil quantity required to supply the lubrication points • Pump position (connected to input shaft or intermediate shaft) • Gear unit reduction ratio • Speed range of the gear unit INFORMATION • Proper functioning of the shaft end pump is monitored via the connected pressure switch. Cooling. see page 430 ff.. [5] [4] 5 [3] [1] [2] 69214AXX [1] Shaft end pump [4] Gear unit breather [2] Pressure switch [5] Oil dipstick [3] Oil drain A shaft end pump (direction-independent) supplies all bearing points and gearing out- side the oil sump with oil via a tube system. • A minimum input speed is required for the shaft end pump to operate properly. For dimensions. Different pump sizes are available.3 Additional accessories for pressure lubrication Shaft end pump /SEP The figure shows the accessories for M5 mounting position.

68183AXX X3K / X3T For X3K/X3T gear units. Series . Cooling. the shaft end pump is located opposite the input shaft. 68178AXX X2K / X4K / X4T For X2K/X4K/X4T bevel-helical gear units. For helical gear units.. 68184AXX 94 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Lubrication. the shaft end pump is located opposite the output shaft. the shaft end pump is located on the output shaft side.. and Heating 5 Accessories H2O Position of the shaft end pump X.F.

a motor pump supplies all bearing points and gearing above the oil sump with oil via a tube system inside the gear unit. The motor pump is used. Series 95 . when the required speed of the shaft end pump (≤ 400 rpm) is not reached. In its basic variant. the scope of the motor pump includes the following components: • Pump with directly connected asynchronous motor (pump always running) • Oil filter with filter element and electrical/optical contamination indicator • Pressure switch that monitors the pump pressure. for example. but without piping to the gear unit The customer has to carry out the following electrical wiring: • Pressure switch to the customer's evaluation unit • Electrical contamination indicator of the oil filter • Pump motor • Option: Between temperature switch and pump motor Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Warning or switch-off signal when the oil pressure reaches < 0. Cooling. incl. and Heating Accessories 5 H2O Motor pump /ONP With pressure lubrication. or • On the mounting frame. It is also used in inverter operation where a shaft end pump cannot be used or can only be used under certain circumstances. piping. for separate installation. 5 [6] [7] [5] [1] [2] [2] M [6] [8] [4] [9] [5] [3] [3] [4] 68225AXX [1] Motor [6] Pressure switch [2] Pump [7] Contamination indicator [3] Suction pipe [8] Temperature switch. The motor pump is mounted externally to the gear unit and depends on the speed of the gear unit.5 bar • Option: Temperature switch with trip point for monitoring the cooling group.e.. warn- ing or gear unit shutdown when the oil temperature exceeds 90 °C The following motor pump types are available: • Directly mounted on the gear unit. i. Structure The figure shows an example of a motor pump. Lubrication. optional (NTB) [4] Pressure line [9] Check valve [5] Oil filter The motor pump is delivered as a complete unit but without electrical connections.

• It is important that you choose the correct wall thickness and material when selecting pipes. refer to page 431 ff.1 ONP 030 15 1. length 1. hoses and screw fittings. length 2. and Heating 5 Accessories H2O Gear unit size and The specified delivery rates of the motor pump apply to a line frequency of 50 Hz. connection infor. Series . Cooling. The cooling system must be installed at the same level as the gear unit or lower. Detailed technical data is available from SEW-EURODRIVE on request. Pressure connec- Suction pipe Pressure pipe2) Motor pump nection tion 1) max.060 are designed for gear unit sizes 140 to 320. Lubrication. Preferably.5 m INFORMATION For dimension sheets of motor pumps. ONP 005 GE22-LR 3/4" DN20 / Ø22 GE18-LR 1/2" DN16 / Ø18 ONP 010 GE22-LR 1/2" DN20 / Ø22 GE18-LR 1" DN16 / Ø18 ONP 015 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 GE22-LR 3/4" DN20 / Ø22 ONP 020 GE22-LR 1/2" DN20 / Ø22 GE18-LR 1" DN16 / Ø18 ONP 030 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 ONP 040 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 ONP 050 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE35-LR 1 1/2" DN32 / Ø35 ONP 060 GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 GE35-LR 1 1/2" DN32 / Ø35 1) max. If this is not possible. use composite material seals. electrical connections and piping.0 INFORMATION • Motor pumps ONP 005 .1 ONP 040 25 1. contact SEW-EURODRIVE. Adhere to the following basic conditions when connecting the motor pump to the gear system: • Do not reduce the indicated cable cross section. Please con- sult SEW-EURODRIVE. SEW-EURODRIVE recommends the following cable cross sections for connecting the motor pump: Gear unit size Pump suction con.75 ONP 010 5 0.75 ONP 015 16 1. Installation and The motor pump is mounted directly on the gear unit as standard. • The values differ slightly for operation with a line frequency of 60 Hz. The motor pump can be delivered as a complete unit on a mounting frame but without mation for sepa.1 ONP 020 10 1. Provide for a low-vibration installation location max.5 ONP 050 40 2. 96 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 1 rate installation meter from the gear unit.. selection Gear unit size Flow volume Connection power Motor pump Motor pump [l/min] Pump motor [kW] ONP 005 8 0.5 m 2) max.2 ONP 060 50 3.

position and air intake clearance.F. Fan (stan- dard) /FAN ° 30 [1] [1] 69244AXX [1] Air intake clearance Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. A fan may be ret- rofitted to raise the thermal rating or when the ambient conditions change after gear unit startup.. INFORMATION For information on dimensions. Cooling. refer to page 433 ff. SEW-EURODRIVE offers the following inverter types: X. additional cooling measures must be taken. Lubrication. The direction of rotation of the gear unit does not influence the operation of the fan.and 3-stage X gear units) 5.4.. Series 97 . and Heating Cooling 5 H2O 5. The following cooling methods are available as standard: • Water cooling cover (for gear unit sizes 100 to 130 and 180 to 210) • Water cooling cartridge (for gear unit sizes 140 to 320) • Circulation cooling with oil-water cooler with a motor pump • Circulation cooling oil-air cooler with motor pump • Fan in combination with water cooling cover (for gear unit sizes 100 to 130 and 180 5 to 210) • Fan in combination with water cooling cartridge (for gear unit sizes 140 to 320) • Fan on HSS (only for 2.1 Fan /FAN Fans with optimized noise and flow engineering geometry are used.4 Cooling If the permitted thermal rating of the gear unit is exceeded.

and Heating 5 Cooling H2O X. Advanced is used.g. Advanced fan cannot be used together with a torque arm because the fan guard is mounted to the attachment point of the torque arm.. Series . 30° [1] [1] 69246AXX [1] Air intake clearance INFORMATION The X3K. ADV The air intake clearance is integrated into the fan guard. Advanced When the type X3K.... 98 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. the fan guard is available flush with the gear unit housing on one side. ugal coupling) can be mounted flush to the fan guard. Please contact SEW-EURODRIVE if required. the connection element (e. Fan (stan- dard) /FAN 30 ° [1] [1] 69245AXX INFORMATION On request. Lubrication. Observe the restricted thermal rating involved.K.. Cooling. X3K. hydraulic centrif- (option) /FAN.

The amount of heat that can be dissipated depends on the intake temperature and the flow rate of the cooling medium that flows through the unit. Notes on connec. For connection dimensions. cooling water volume flow (water entry temperature 15 °C) according to the following ta- tion ble. The cooling capacity of the water cooling cover changes when the cooling water quantity or temperature changes or when specific cooling media are used. Consult SEW- EURODRIVE. A water cooling cover can be retrofitted.). refer to the selection tables from page 153. Gear unit Cooling water volume flow [l/min] Gear unit Cooling water volume flow [l/min] size size 100 / 110 4 180 / 190 8 120 / 130 5 200 / 210 11 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. It is avail- able for gear unit sizes 100 to 130 and 180 to 210. you need a tion and opera. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O 5. water cooling cover /CCV The water cooling cover is located on the gear unit's assembly opening and is provided with cooling water through a water connection that is provided by the operator. Two bores with pipe threads are available to connect to the cooling circuit. For the permitted thermal rating. Series 99 . Contact SEW-EURODRIVE. refer to page 439. Structure The figure shows an example of a gear unit with water cooling cover. Lubrication. INFORMATION Contact SEW-EURODRIVE if chemically aggressive cooling media. depending on the gear unit size.2 Built-in cooling. • Gear unit sizes 100 to 130: G3/8" • Gear unit sizes 180 to 210: G1/2" The piping is not included in the scope of delivery. Cooling. To achieve the thermal rating listed in the selection tables (page 153 ff.. are used.4. such as brackish 5 or salt water. Gear units with water cooling cover are delivered completely assembled. [2] [1] [3] [1] 60982AXX [1] Water cooling cover [3] Return [2] Supply The water cooling cover [1] is made of a corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy.

Con- sult SEW-EURODRIVE.. Dirt The quantity of suspended solids (ball-shaped. Series . nitrate. • Cooling water temperature and flow rate of oil and cooling water according to the or- der documents. Consult SEW-EURODRIVE. The following ions do not have a corrosive effect under normal conditions: phosphate. Threadlike contaminants increase the risk of pressure loss. pH 7-9. particle size < 0. and the maintenance intervals of the heat exchanger depend to a great degree on the quality and ingredients of the cooling medium. Cooling. sodium. such as anti- media freeze or corrosion inhibitor. iron. 100 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O Cooling medium INFORMATION • Note that the service life. might negatively influence the cooling performance and compatibility of materials.25 mm) should be less than 10 mg/l. Lubrication. sulfate < 100 ppm. the efficiency. chlorine ions < 200 ppm. Cooling water additives.5 ppm. potassium. Permitted cooling • The permitted cooling media is pure water. Corrosion Limit values: free chlorine < 0. free CO < 10 ppm. nitrite. am- monia < 10 ppm. • Special measures have to be taken when using sea water or brackish water. manganese.

INFORMATION • For gear unit sizes 140. It is available for sizes 140 to 320. water cooling cartridge /CCT The water cooling cartridge is mounted in the gear unit's oil sump and is supplied with cooling water through a water connection that is provided by the operator.. Structure The figure shows an example of a gear unit with water cooling cartridge. 250. 320. refer to the selection tables from page 153. The amount of heat that can be dissipated depends on the intake temperature and the flow rate of the cooling medium that flows through the unit. steel) Two bores with pipe threads are available to connect to the cooling circuit: • Pipe thread G1/4" for gear unit sizes 140 to 170 • Pipe thread G1/2" for gear unit sizes 180 to 320 as of week 37/2012. 260. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O 5. 270. 5 [3] [4] [3] [4] [1] [2] 60978AXX [1] Cooling pipes [3] Supply [2] Connection piece [4] Return The water-cooling cartridge consists of 3 main parts: • Cooling pipes (CuNi alloy) • Tube plate (brass) • Adapter piece (brass. 210.3 Built-in cooling. Not all combinations of accessory options might be possible depending on the mounting position and mounting surface. Cooling. • The possible use as well as the maximum number of water cooling cartridges de- pends among others from the gear unit size. Lubrication. 310. refer to page 440. the water cooling cartridge option comprises two cartridges as standard.4. For connection dimensions. 220. The piping is not included in the scope of delivery. mounting position. 190. Water cooling cartridges can be retrofitted under certain conditions. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 200. 240. Gear units with water-cooling cartridge are delivered completely assembled. 290. it comprises one cartridge. 160. for sizes 150. 300. and type of lubrication. Contact SEW- EURODRIVE. Series 101 . 170. end gear position. 230. 180. Consult SEW-EURODRIVE. For the permitted thermal rating. 280. gray cast iron.

Cooling. Gear unit Cooling water flow rate [l/min] / per cooling cartridge Max. To achieve the thermal rating specified in the selection tables (from page 153). and type of lubrication. cooling water volume flows are necessary depending on gear unit size. mounting posi- tion tion.. Twice the cooling water volume flow is required when using 2 cooling cartridges. different tion and opera. The table lists the cooling water volume flow for one cooling water cartridge. another cool- ing water temperature. INFORMATION Contact SEW-EURODRIVE when using another cooling water flow rate. aggressive cooling media. 64207AXX 102 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O Notes on connec. such as brackish water or salt water. Lubrication. cooling water flow rate size 2-stage 3-stage 4-stage [l/min] 140 / 150 10 8 3 15 160 / 170 12 10 4 180 / 190 16 13 5 200 / 210 19 15 6 28 220 / 230 23 19 8 240 / 250 24 21 9 260 / 270 17 16 6 280 / 300 18 18 7 25 310 / 320 22 22 9 The cooling circuit must be connected in parallel for gear units with two water cooling cartridges. Series . The following table lists the approximate values for the vol- ume flow required for the M5 mounting position (water inflow temperature 15 °C). special cooling media (the cooling capacity of the water-cooling cartridge changes).

2 Very alkaline Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.5 . The following requirements on the water quality are recommendations.7.6.5 Very acidic 4.2 .0 Acidic 6.30 °dH Hard water > 30 °dH Very hard water 1) 10 mg/l of hardener corresponds to 1 °dH pH value • The water cooling cartridge partially consists of a copper and nickel alloy.8. Hardeners accumulate on the surface of the water cooling cartridge in par- ticular at high temperatures and in this way impair the performance. Water hardness Water hardness is defined by the amount of hardeners (carbonates and bicarbonates) in the water. The quality of the water as well as its substances are important factors for assessing the cooling water available for water cooling cartridges. Take these deposits into account when selecting the water cooling cartridge for extremely hard water. certain concentrations of substances of content might cause unforeseen reac- tions.20 °dH Medium hard water 20 . In exceptional cases.7 Slightly alkaline 7. The water quality is determined by 5 the water hardness and the pH value of the water.6. Cooling. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O Requirements on the water quality INFORMATION Special measures have to be taken when using sea water or brackish water.2 Alkaline 8.0 .5 °dH Very soft water 5 . The following table describes the classification of the water quality based on the pH value: pH value Water quality 4.0 Neutral 7.. The following table shows the classification of German degrees of hardness to water quality °dH: Degree of hardness1) Water quality 0 . Series 103 . Consult SEW-EURODRIVE.10 °dH Soft water 10 .7 . to which the following applies: → Corrosion problems when pH value < 6 • With alkaline water: → Corrosion problems when water hardness < 6 °dH.8 Slightly acidic 7. Lubrication. Smaller values can cause corrosion due to free carbonic acid.

based on water Assessment substances Assessment criterion Approximate concentration [mg/l] CuNi <6 0 pH value 6 to 9 + >9 0 to 1000 + Chloride > 1000 + (< 25000 mg/l) up to 70 + Sulfate 70 to 300 + > 300 + (< 25000 mg/l) up to 100 + Nitrate > 100 0 up to 20 + Free (aggressive) carbonic acid 20 to 50 0 > 50 - up to 2 + Oxygen >2 + up to 2 + Ammonium 2 to 20 + > 20 - up to 10 0 Iron (dissolved) > 10 - up to 1 0 Manganese (dissolved) >1 - up to 5 constantly < 0. Cooling. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O Cooling water The following table provides an overview of the resistance of copper pipes against sub- assessment stances in non-potable water.5 mg/l Free chlorine >5 intermittently < 3. Lubrication..0 mg/l Sulfide 0 Ammonia + (< 15 mg/l) Key 0 = usually good resistivity + = corrosion problems can occur in particular if several factors are assessed with 0 . Series . = we advise against use 104 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.

Lubrication. Cooling. Series 105 . brass and steel are very resistant against industrial water Stream water and • We recommend using copper brass pipes river water 5 • Cast iron parts must be protected against corrosion by suitable coating • Usually untreated water (no drinking water) • Often very contaminated • A water analysis is necessary for assessment Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O Cooling water types / character- istics Industrial water • Usually untreated water (no drinking water) • Often very contaminated • A water analysis is necessary for assessment • Copper.

• When installing a filter in the OWC cooling system. • The following information applies to gear units with splash lubrication. Series .4. make sure there is sufficient height for removing the filter element and the filter hood. Lubrication. [5] [1] [2] [6] [4] [3] [8] [7] 68912AXX [1] Motor [2] Pump [3] Oil-water heat exchanger [4] Suction pipe (not visible in this view) [5] Pressure line [6] Temperature switch with two switching points (TSK2) [7] Water supply [8] Water return 106 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. such as brack- ish or salt water. The prerequisite for using an oil-water cooler is that appropriate cooling water is available on site. Cooling. INFORMATION • Contact SEW-EURODRIVE if chemically aggressive cooling media. a plate heat exchanger is used for oil supply systems OWC 005/015/025. are used. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O 5. Structure SEW-EURODRIVE uses two different types of heat exchangers: • For gear unit sizes 140 to 170.4 Circulation cooling oil-water cooler for splash lubrication An oil-water cooling system can be used if the thermal rating of the naturally cooled gear unit or cooling using a fan on the input shaft is not sufficient. The cooling system with motor pump only cools the gear unit oil.

for separate installation. a shell and tube heat exchanger is used for OWC 10/20/30/40/50/60/70 oil supply systems. but without piping to the gear unit The customer has to perform the following electrical wiring: • Between temperature switch and pump motor • Pump motor Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. i. Lubrication. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O • For gear unit sizes 180 to 320. [7/8] [4] [1] 5 [2] [5] [6] [3] 68913AXX [1] Motor (provided by the customer) [5] Suction pipe [2] Pump [6] Temperature switch with two switching points (TSK2) [3] Oil-water heat exchanger [7] Water supply [4] Pressure line [8] Water return The cooling system is delivered as a complete unit but without electrical connections. Cooling. The standard delivery of the cooling system includes: • Pump with directly mounted asynchronous motor • Oil-water heat exchanger • Temperature switch with 2 switching points for – Controlled startup of the pump motor with an oil temperature of > 40 °C – Monitoring of the cooling group. Series 107 .. or • On the mounting frame. warning or gear unit shutdown when the oil temperature exceeds 90 °C The following cooling system types are available: • Directly mounted on the gear unit. including cooling circuit piping.e.

Lubrication. cooling The cooling capacities given in the table apply to a cooling water temperature of 30 °C.75 36 OWC 0152) 8 16 1. and an oil temperature of 70 °C. equivalent volume flow of oil and cooling water. Cooling. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O Further instrumentation available on request. • The values differ slightly for operation with a line frequency of 60 Hz.2 85 OWC 050 30 77 3.0 132 OWC 070 77 144 5.. capacity. Series . refer to chapter "Selecting the cooling system" on page 66.5 31 OWC 030 14 28 1. the selection of an appropriate cooling system depends on the following fac- tors: • Actual power loss to be cooled • Present cooling water temperature and volume flow • Ambient temperature • Ratio of oil quantity in the gear unit and oil volume flow of cooling system > 2 INFORMATION Consult SEW-EURODRIVE when selecting the appropriate cooling system based on the ambient conditions present for your system. Size Cooling capacity Flow volume Connection power Cooling Cooling system Cooling system Pump motor Weight [kg]1) system [kW] [l/min] [kW] OWC 0052) 4 8 0.070 are designed for gear unit sizes 140 to 320.5 139 1) The cooling system is mounted on the gear unit 2) Cooling system with plate heat exchanger INFORMATION • The cooling systems OWC 005 . and 50 Hz selection line frequency. Please con- sult SEW-EURODRIVE.75 23 OWC 010 5 10 0. For information about selecting a suitable cooling system.0 88 OWC 060 49 91 4. In addition.5 57 OWC 040 24 53 2.1 28 OWC 020 10 21 1.1 57 OWC 0252) 11 28 1. 108 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. such as: • Flow monitoring • Thermostatic valve in the oil and/or water circuit • Filter in the oil circuit • Manometer • Thermometer Sizes.

Install it in a low-vibration installation loca- rate installation tion max.5 m 2) max. contact SEW-EURODRIVE. • It is important that you choose the correct wall thickness and material when selecting pipes. If this is not possible. Optionally. the cooling system can be delivered as a complete unit on a mounting frame mation for sepa. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O Installation and The cooling system is mounted directly on the gear unit as standard. length 2. connection infor.. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Suction pipe1) Pressure pipe2) connection of connection nection ing water line tem cooler OWC 005 GE22-LR 3/4" DN20 / Ø22 GE18-LR 1/2" DN16 / Ø18 G3/4" Ø25 OWC 010 GE22-LR 1/2" DN20 / Ø22 GE18-LR 1/2" DN16 / Ø18 G1/2" Ø13 OWC 015 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 GE22-LR 3/4" DN20 / Ø22 G3/4" Ø25 OWC 020 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 G1/2" Ø19 OWC 025 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE28-LR 1 1/4" DN25 / Ø28 G3/4" Ø25 OWC 030 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 G1" Ø25 OWC 040 GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 GE35-LR 1 1/2" DN32 / Ø35 G3/4" Ø25 OWC 050 GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 GE35-LR 1 1/2" DN32 / Ø35 G1 1/4" Ø32 OWC 060 SAE 2" SFL DN50 / Ø2" GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 G1 1/2" Ø38 OWC 070 SAE 2 1/2" SFL DN50 / Ø2" GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 G1" Ø38 1) max. Series 109 . but without electrical connections and piping. length 1. Install the cooling system at the same level as the gear unit or lower.5 m INFORMATION • For dimension sheets of oil-water coolers with motor pump. Inner Ø of the cool- Cooling sys. More detailed technical data of the several cooling systems are available from SEW-EURODRIVE on request. • Dimensions for OWC 005/015/025 cooling systems for separate installation are available from SEW-EURODRIVE on request. hoses and screw fittings. refer to page 444 ff. 1 meter from the gear unit. Lubrication. Preferably. 5 SEW-EURODRIVE recommends the following cable cross sections for connecting the cooling system to the gear unit and the cooling circuit. Size Cooling water Pump suction Pressure con. use composite material seals. Cooling. Adhere to the following basic conditions when connecting the cooling system: • Do not reduce the indicated cable cross section.

• The cooling system with motor pump cools the gear unit oil and the pressure lubri- cation of the gear unit. The prerequisite for using an oil-water cooling system is that appropriate cooling water is available on site. Structure SEW-EURODRIVE uses two different types of heat exchangers: • For gear unit sizes 140 to 170. optional (NTB) [4] Oil filter [10] Cooling water supply [5] Suction pipe (not visible in this view) [11] Cooling water return [6] Pump [12] Check valve 110 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O 5. Series . a plate heat exchanger is used for oil supply systems OWP 005/015/025.5 Circulation cooling oil-water cooler for pressure lubrication /OWP An oil-water cooling system can be used if the thermal rating of the naturally cooled gear unit or cooling using a fan on the input shaft is not sufficient. Cooling. such as brackish water or salt water. • When installing a filter in the OWP cooling system. [12] [1] [3] [8] [2] [6] [9] [10] [11] [7] [5] [4] 68914AXX [1] Motor [7] Oil-water heat exchanger [2] Pressure line [8] Pressure switch [3] Contamination indicator [9] Temperature switch. Lubrication. make sure there is sufficient height for removing the filter element and the filter hood.4. INFORMATION • Consult SEW-EURODRIVE if you use chemically aggressive cooling media.

. Lubrication. i. including cooling circuit piping. a shell and tube heat exchanger is used for OWP 10/20/30/40/50/60/70 oil supply systems. The standard delivery of the cooling system includes: • Pump with directly connected asynchronous motor (pump always running) • Oil-water heat exchanger • Oil filter with filter element and electrical/optical contamination indicator • Pressure switch that monitors the pump pressure. but without piping to the gear unit Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. optional (NTB) [4] Oil filter [10] Cooling water supply [5] Suction pipe [11] Cooling water return [6] Pump [12] Check valve The cooling system is delivered as a complete unit but without electrical connections. warn- ing or gear unit shutdown when the oil temperature exceeds 90 °C The following cooling system types are available: • Directly mounted on the gear unit.e. Series 111 . and Heating Cooling 5 H2O • For gear unit sizes 180 to 320.5 bar • Option: Temperature switch with trip point for monitoring the cooling group. Cooling. [10][11] [12] [1] 5 [2] [6] [3] [4] [9] [8] [7] [5] 68915AXX [1] Motor [7] Oil-water heat exchanger [2] Pressure line [8] Pressure switch [3] Contamination indicator [9] Temperature switch. or • On the mounting frame. Warning or switch-off signal when the oil pressure reaches < 0. for separate installation.

070 are designed for gear unit sizes 140 to 320.0 90 OWP 060 45 91 5. Lubrication. such as: • Flow monitoring • Thermostatic valve in the oil and/or water circuit • Manometer • Thermometer Sizes.5 134 OWP 070 70 144 7.5 33 OWP 030 14 28 1. • The values differ slightly for operation with a line frequency of 60 Hz.5 141 1) The cooling system is mounted on the gear unit 2) Cooling system with plate heat exchanger INFORMATION • The cooling systems OWP 005 . and 50 Hz line frequency. selection The cooling capacities given in the table apply to a cooling water temperature of 30 °C. and ing tables.5 59 OWP 040 22 53 3. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O The customer has to carry out the following electrical wiring: • Pressure switch to the customer's evaluation unit • Electrical contamination indicator of the oil filter • Pump motor • Option: Between temperature switch and pump motor Further instrumentation available on request.5 21 1. an oil temperature of 70 °C. refer to chapter "Selecting the cooling system" on page 66. the selection of an appropriate cooling system depends on the following fac- tors: • Actual power loss to be cooled • Present cooling water temperature and volume flow • Ambient temperature 112 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Size Cooling capacity Flow volume Connection power Cooling Cooling system Cooling system Pump motor Weight [kg]1) system [kW] [l/min] [kW] OWP 0052) 4 8 0. Cooling.0 87 OWP 050 30 77 4. For information about selecting a suitable cooling system. Please con- sult SEW-EURODRIVE. Series . cooling The performance data of the standardized cooling systems is summarized in the follow- capacity.1 30 OWP 020 8.75 38 OWP 0152) 8 16 1. equivalent volume flow of oil and cooling water..1 59 OWP 0252) 12 28 1. In addition.75 25 OWP 010 5 10 0.

Provide for a low-vibration installation lo. Install the cooling system at the same level as tion the gear unit or lower. If this is not possible. contact SEW-EURODRIVE. installation and Optionally. hoses and screw fittings. Lubrication. Adhere to the following basic conditions when connecting the cooling system: • Do not reduce the indicated cable cross section.. Series 113 . Notes on the The cooling system is mounted directly on the gear unit as standard. • Dimensions for OWP 005/015/025 cooling systems for separate installation are available from SEW-EURODRIVE on request. Preferably. cation max. Suction pipe1) Pressure pipe2) connection of connection nection water line tem cooler OWP 005 GE22-LR 3/4" DN20 / Ø22 GE18-LR 1/2" DN16 / Ø18 G3/4" Ø25 OWP 010 GE22-LR 1/2" DN20 / Ø22 GE18-LR 1/2" DN16 / Ø18 G1/2" Ø13 OWP 015 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 GE22-LR 3/4" DN20 / Ø22 G3/4" Ø25 OWP 020 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 G1/2" Ø19 OWP 025 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 G3/4" Ø25 OWP 030 GE35-LR 1 1/4" DN32 / Ø35 GE28-LR 1" DN25 / Ø28 G1" Ø25 OWP 040 GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 GE35-LR 1 1/2" DN32 / Ø35 G3/4" Ø25 OWP 050 GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 GE35-LR 1 1/2" DN32 / Ø35 G1 1/4" Ø32 OWP 060 SAE 2" SFL DN50 / Ø2" GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 G1 1/2" Ø38 OWP 070 SAE 2 1/2" SFL DN50 / Ø2" GE42-LR 1 1/2" DN40 / Ø42 G1" Ø38 1) max. use composite material seals. length 1. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O • Ratio of oil quantity in the gear unit and oil volume flow of cooling system > 2 INFORMATION Consult SEW-EURODRIVE when selecting the appropriate cooling system based on the ambient conditions present for your system. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. SEW-EURODRIVE recommends the following cable cross sections for connecting the cooling system to the gear unit and the cooling circuit. More detailed technical data of the several cooling systems are available from SEW-EURODRIVE on request. the cooling system can be delivered as a complete unit on a mounting frame connection for but without electrical connections and piping. refer to page 448 ff.5 m INFORMATION • For dimension sheets of oil-water coolers with motor pump. Size Cooling water Pump suction Pressure con. Cooling. Inner Ø of the cooling Cooling sys. 1 meter from the gear unit. • It is important that you choose the correct wall thickness and material when selecting pipes. 5 separate installa. length 2.5 m 2) max.

. i. • Separate fan motor (for OAC 025/060) The customer has to carry out the following electrical wiring: • Between temperature switch and pump and fan motor • Pump and fan motor • Separate fan motor (for OAC 025/060) 114 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. warning or gear unit shutdown when the oil temperature exceeds 90 °C. The standard delivery of the cooling system includes: • Pump with directly mounted asynchronous motor • Oil-air heat exchanger • Temperature switch with two switching points for • Controlled startup of the pump and fan motor at an oil temperature > 40 °C • Monitoring of the cooling group.6 Circulation cooling oil-air cooler for splash lubrication /OAC An oil-air cooling system can be used if the thermal rating of the naturally cooled gear unit or cooling using a fan on the input shaft is not sufficient. The cooling sys- tem with a motor pump only cools the gear unit oil.e. Series . and Heating 5 Cooling H2O 5. INFORMATION The following information applies to gear units with splash lubrication. Lubrication. Structure The figure shows an example of an oil-air cooler with motor pump for splash lubrication.4. [5] [5] [2] [1] [2] M [4] [3] [3] [4] [4] [5] [1] 69242AXX [1] Motor pump [4] Suction pipe connection [2] Oil-air heat exchanger [5] Pressure pipe connection [3] Temperature switch with two switching points The cooling system is delivered as a complete unit on a mounting frame but without electrical wiring and piping. Cooling.

75 38 OAC 010 7 28 0. cooling The performance data of the standardized cooling systems is summarized in the follow- capacity. Cooling.060 are designed for gear unit sizes 140 to 320. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O Further instrumentation available on request. such as: • Flow monitoring • Filter in the oil circuit • Manometer • Thermometer Sizes. Cooling system Cooling system Pump motor Weight [kg] tem [kW] [l/min] [kW] OAC 005 4 15 0.2 71 OAC 040 20 58 2. Series 115 . Size Cooling capacity Oil flow rate Connection power Cooling sys. 5 selection The specified cooling capacity applies to an air temperature of 40 °C with an oil temper- ature of 70 °C and 50 Hz line frequency. Lubrication. and ing table. In addition.75 43 OAC 025 11 28 0. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. • The values differ slightly for operation with a line frequency of 60 Hz.75 38 OAC 020 9 28 0.5 234 INFORMATION • The cooling systems OAC 005 .. the selection of an appropriate cooling system depends on the following fac- tors: • Actual power loss to be cooled • Present volume flow • Ambient temperature • Ratio of oil quantity in the gear unit and oil volume flow of cooling system > 2 INFORMATION Consult SEW-EURODRIVE when selecting the appropriate cooling system based on the ambient conditions present for your system.2 86 OAC 050 31 58 3 118 OAC 060 53 158 7. refer to chapter "Selecting the cooling system" on page 66.75 71 OAC 030 14 58 2. Please con- sult SEW-EURODRIVE. For information about selecting a suitable cooling system.

If this is not pos- connection for sible. To do so. The cool- installation and ing system must be installed at the same level as the gear unit or lower. You have to provide for sufficient ventilation and protection against dirt. loosen the pump head [1] and the register [2]. contact SEW-EURODRIVE. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O Notes on the Provide for a low-vibration installation location max. 180° [1] [2] 180° 63230AXX 116 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. the suction and pressure connection should be aligned towards the gear unit during installation. In order to keep the cable lengths to the gear unit short. Series . The con- nections of the cooling system are located on the lefthand side of the system. The connections can be moved to the other side if required. The oil-air cooling system is delivered in the design as illustrated as standard. Preferably. Cooling. Adhere to the following basic conditions when connecting the cooling system: • Avoid a short circuit in the cooling circuit. The suction and pressure lines must be in- stalled on the gear unit as far apart as possible. use composite material seals. The cooler must be installed in such a way that input and output air can flow unobstruct- tion edly.. separate installa. 1 meter from the gear unit. Lubrication. rotate them by 180° and re-attach them. • It is important that you choose the correct wall thickness and material when selecting pipes. • Do not reduce the indicated cable cross section. hoses and screw fittings.

You have to provide for sufficient ventilation and protection against dirt.5 m INFORMATION • The cooler must be installed in such a way that the input and output air flow is not obstructed. Series 117 .5 m 2) Maximum length 2. see page 452. • For dimensions of the oil-air cooler with motor pump.. Cooling. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O SEW-EURODRIVE recommends the following cable cross sections for connecting the cooling system. Lubrication. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Size Pump suction con. • Dimensions for OAC 005/025 cooling systems are available from SEW- EURODRIVE on request. Cooler pressure Cooling sys. Suction pipe1) Pressure pipe2) nection connection tem OAC 005 G 1 1/4" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAC 010 G 1 1/4" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAC 020 G 1 1/4" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAC 025 G 1 1/4" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAC 030 G 1 1/2" DN40 G 1" DN32 OAC 040 G 1 1/2" DN40 G 1 1/4" DN32 5 OAC 050 G 1 1/2" DN40 G 1 1/4" DN32 OAC 060 SAE 2 1/2" DN50 G 1 1/2" DN40 1) Maximum length 1. More detailed technical data of the several cooling systems are available from SEW- EURODRIVE on request.

Cooling. i.4.. The standard delivery of the cooling system includes: • Pump with directly mounted asynchronous motor • Oil-air heat exchanger • Oil filter with filter element and electrical/optical contamination indicator • Pressure switch that monitors the pump pressure. Lubrication. Series . 118 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.e. Warning or switch-off signal when the oil pressure is < 0. INFORMATION The following versions apply to gear units with pressure lubrication. Structure The figure shows an example of an oil-air cooler with motor pump for pressure lubrica- tion. The cooling sys- tem with motor pump cools the gear unit oil and provides the pressure lubrication. warning or gear unit shutdown when the oil temperature exceeds 90 °C.7 Circulation cooling oil-air cooler for pressure lubrication /OAP An oil-air cooling system can be used if the thermal rating of the naturally cooled gear unit or cooling using a fan on the input shaft is not sufficient. [1] [3] [2] [6] M [3] [4] [5] [8] M [9] [11] [11] [10] [10] [1] [6] [8] [7] 69243AXX [1] Pressure pipe connection [7] Suction pipe connection [2] Pressure pipe connection [8] Motor pump [3] Oil-air heat exchanger [9] Fan motor [4] Contamination indicator [10] Suction pipe connections [5] Pressure switch [11] Temperature switch with two switching points [6] Oil filter The cooling system is delivered as a complete unit on a mounting frame but without electrical wiring and piping. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O 5.5 bar • Temperature switch with two switching points for • Controlled startup of the fan motor at an oil temperature of > 40 °C • Monitoring of the cooling group.

the selection of an appropriate cooling system depends on the following fac- tors: • Actual power loss to be cooled • Present volume flow • Ambient temperature • Ratio of oil quantity in the gear unit and oil volume flow of cooling system > 2 INFORMATION Consult SEW-EURODRIVE when selecting the appropriate cooling system based on the ambient conditions present for your system.5 58 OAP 020 9 28 1.5 64 OAP 025 11 28 1.060 are designed for gear unit sizes 140 to 320. and Heating Cooling 5 H2O The customer has to carry out the following electrical wiring: • Between temperature switch and cooling system • Electrical contamination indicator of the oil filter • Pressure switch Further instrumentation available on request. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Please con- sult SEW-EURODRIVE. Lubrication. refer to chapter "Selecting the cooling system" on page 66.. In addition. cooling The specified cooling capacity applies to an air temperature of 40 °C with an oil temper- capacity. selection Size Cooling capacity Oil flow rate Connection power Cooling Cooling system Cooling system Pump motor Weight [kg] system [kW] [l/min] [kW] OAP 005 4 15 1.1 58 OAP 010 7 28 1. Cooling. For information about selecting a suitable cooling system. and ature of 70 °C and 50 Hz line frequency.5 96 OAP 030 14 58 4 96 OAP 040 20 58 4 126 OAP 050 31 58 6 128 OAP 060 53 158 7.5 230 INFORMATION • The cooling systems OAP 005 . Series 119 . • The values differ slightly for operation with a line frequency of 60 Hz. such as: • Flow monitoring • Manometer • Thermometer 5 Sizes.

Series . contact SEW-EURODRIVE. • For dimensions of the oil-air cooler with motor pump. Cooling. If this is not possible. the cooling system can be delivered mounted directly to the gear unit. Lubrication.5 m 2) Maximum length 2. More detailed technical data of the several cooling systems are available from SEW- EURODRIVE on request. • It is important that you choose the correct wall thickness and material when selecting pipes. use composite material seals. Preferably. and Heating 5 Cooling H2O Notes on the As standard. the cooling system must be set up separately from the gear unit. separate installa. The cooling connection for system is delivered without wiring but with piping. see page 453. • Dimensions for OAP 005/025 cooling systems are available from SEW- EURODRIVE on request. Suction pipe1) Pressure connection Pressure pipe2) nection tem OAP 005 G 1 1/4" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAP 010 G 1 1/4" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAP 020 G 1 1/4" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAP 025 G 1 1/4" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAP 030 G 1 1/2" DN32 G 1" DN25 OAP 040 G 1 1/2" DN40 G 1 1/4" DN32 OAP 050 G 1 1/2" DN40 G 1 1/4" DN32 OAP 060 SAE 2 1/2" DN50 G 1 1/2" DN40 1) Maximum length 1. Adhere to the following basic conditions when connecting the cooling system: • Do not reduce the indicated cable cross section. You have to provide for sufficient ventilation and protection against dirt. 120 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. You have to provide for sufficient ventilation and protection against dirt. 1 meter from the gear unit. SEW-EURODRIVE recommends the following cable cross sections for connecting the cooling system to the gear unit and the cooling circuit: Size Pump suction con- Cooling sys. hoses and screw fittings.5 m INFORMATION • The cooler must be installed in such a way that the input and output air flow is not obstructed.. Provide for a low-vibration installation location max. As an op- installation and tion. The cooler must be installed in such a way that input and output air can flow unobstruct- edly. Install tion the cooling system at the same level or lower than the gear unit.

Cooling. • For dimensions of the heating elements. 170. 270.5 Oil heater /OH An oil heater is required to ensure lubrication during a cold gear unit startup when the ambient temperature is low. 160. Thermostat with integrated temperature sensor 5 [2] [1] 60792AXX [1] Oil heater [2] Thermostat with integrated temperature sensor INFORMATION • It is essential that the heating elements are fully immersed in the oil sump to pre- vent any damage. mounting position. and type of lubrication.. Heating element in the oil sump ("Oil heater") with terminal box 2. 150. 290. 180.1 Structure The oil heater consists of two basic parts: 1. The heating process can take several hours. and Heating Oil heater /OH 5 H2O 5. • The following gear unit sizes are equipped with 1 heating element as standard: 110. 280. 320 The following gear unit sizes are equipped with 2 heating elements as standard: 100. 230. Consult SEW-EURODRIVE. Series 121 . • The position of the thermostat varies with variant and mounting position of the gear unit. 140. The trip temperature of the heater is set at the factory depending on the lubricant used. 250. Lubrication. The heater is screwed into the gear unit housing at the factory and is controlled by a ther- mostat. end gear position. Not all combinations of accessory options might be possible depending on the mounting position and mounting surface.5. 190. 300. 210. see page 454. • The possible use as well as the maximum number of heating elements depends among others from the gear unit size. 310 • The thermostat can be energized permanently to keep the gear unit at the gear unit start-up temperature. 240. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 5. 200. 130. 120. 220. 260.

3 3 2 x 0. X3F.1 4 . X3F.5. X3K 1 x 0. - 150 X2F. X3F.3 4 . - X2K 1 x 0.3 5 X2F. X4K 1 x 0. and ambient temperature. X3T. mounting position. X4K 1 x 0. - 170 X2F.7 11 X4F. X4T 1 x 0. X3K. X4T 1 x 0.7 6 2 x 0. the thermostat disables the oil heater.7 4 2 x 0. X3K 1 x 0. 5. Lubrication.9 4 2 x 0. The exact duration of the heating process before the start varies depending on the gear unit size. X3F. Only then. X3T. type. X2K. • Contact SEW-EURODRIVE if another oil viscosity class is used or if ambient temper- atures fall below the specified limit temperature. - 122 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.3 Power input The table below shows the power rating of the heating elements that may be installed. At this temperature.6 6 2 x 0. X4T 1 x 0.5. • Thermostat and oil heater are installed and ready for operation.3 3 2 x 0.9 5 .4 6 2 x 0. - 130 X4F.8 5 2 x 0. oil fill quantity.3 7 X2F. the heating elements of the heater have a maximum capacity.6 3 . X3T. X3T.2 Notes on the function of the oil heater • The trip point of the oil heater thermostat is factory-set to a temperature of about 5 K above the respective limit temperature "initial temperature for gear unit startup".7 3 .7 5 X2K 1 x 0. and Heating 5 Oil heater /OH H2O 5. X3K.8 5 . the gear unit may be started up.1 4 2 x 1.9 4 .7 5 . Pinst Pinst Gear unit 1 heating element 2 heating elements Gear unit Variant [kW] [K/h] [kW] [K/h] size X2F.4 3 2 x 0. X3T. X4K 1 x 0.6 6 . X2K..7 9 140 X2F. - X2K 1 x 0. Series . see chapter "Limit temperature for gear unit startup" on page 124.6 11 120 X2F. X4K 1 x 1. X3T 1 x 0. X3T.8 10 X4F.1 8 X4F. X3K. X4T 1 x 0. - 110 X3F. X4K 1 x 1. Cooling. - X4F. X3K. • In order to prevent the oil from burning.9 8 160 X2F. X4T 1 x 0. X3K. - X2K 1 x 0. X4K 1 x 0. X3F.4 3 . X3F.4 5 X2K 1 x 0. see table "Minimum permitted initial temperature for gear unit start" on page 125 .7 3 2 x 0. wire them properly and connect them to the power supply. X2K. The thermostat activates the oil heater again once the tempera- ture is about 5 K below the trip point. Prior to startup. X3K.4 11 100 X3F. X3T 1 x 0. This is why the heating process for cold gear unit oil can take be- tween one and several hours. X4T 1 x 0. - X4F.

2 4 . - 310 X2F. X4K 1 x 5. X3F. - X4F.0 6 320 X2F. X3F. X3F.2 6 300 X2F.8 8 200 5 X4F.1 3 . X4F. - 230 X2F.6 5 2 x 1. X2K. X3K. X4T 1 x 1. and Heating Oil heater /OH 5 H2O Pinst Pinst Gear unit 1 heating element 2 heating elements Gear unit Variant [kW] [K/h] [kW] [K/h] size X2F. X4K 1 x 3. X3F. X3T. X4K 1 x 1.3 6 X3T 1 x 1.6 3 . Cooling.8 8 270 X2F.2 4 .3 3 2 x 1. X4K. X4F. X3T. X3K. X4K 1 x 4. X4K 1 x 1. - 190 X4F. X3F. X3F. X3K.8 4 .8 3 2 x 1. X4F. X4T 1 x 1.2 3 2 x 2. X4F. X3K. - 210 X2F. X3K. X3K. X3T. X3K. X4T 1 x 2. X2K.8 5 240 X2F. - K/h = Heating power [Kelvin/hour] Pinst = Power of the installed heater Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.. - 260 X2F. X3F. X3K. X3F. X4K 1 x 3.2 3 . X3K. X4K. X3T. X3K. X4F. X3F. X3K. - 250 X2F. X3K. X3K. X4K.6 5 .2 3 2 x 4. X3K.2 3 .6 8 X2F. X4F. - X2K 1 x 1. X4T 1 x 2.6 10 180 X4F.3 3 . - 290 X2F.0 3 .2 6 X2K 1 x 2.2 8 X2K 1 x 1.5 4 .8 4 2 x 1. X3F.1 7 X2F. X4K 1 x 4. X4F. X4T 1 x 1. X4F. X4T 1 x 1. X3K.0 3 2 x 5.1 4 2 x 1.8 4 . X4K. X4F. - X2K 1 x 1. X3T. X3T.6 4 2 x 1. X4K 1 x 1. Lubrication. Series 123 .8 7 220 X2F. X4K 1 x 5.8 3 . X3F. X4K 1 x 4.2 4 2 x 2. X3F.8 4 2 x 3. - 280 X2F. X4F. X4T 1 x 2. X4T 1 x 2. X4F.1 5 X2K 1 x 1. - X2K 1 x 1.1 2 2 x 1. X3T. X3F. X3F. 1 x 1.8 3 2 x 1. X3F.

. the oil must be heated up to the temperature specified under "Start temperature" (see following table). INFORMATION The following tables show the limit temperatures (minimum ambient temperatures) for gear unit startup without and with oil heater. Lubrication. Series . INFORMATION Before startup.4 Limit temperature for gear unit startup The minimum permitted ambient temperature/oil temperature for gear unit startup de- pends on the viscosity of the oil used and of the lubrication type of the gear unit. • Horizontal gear unit • Splash lubrication • Bath lubrication • Pressure lubrication with shaft end pump • Pressure lubrication with motor pump • Vertical and upright gear units • Bath lubrication For gear unit variants with mounting positions and types of lubrication not mentioned here.5. Cooling. The tables apply to the following types of gear units/types of lubrication. please contact SEW-EURODRIVE. 124 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. and Heating 5 Oil heater /OH H2O 5.

Series 125 . minimum permitted ambient temperature Lubricants Type of lubrication Variant ISO VG320 ISO VG220 ISO VG150 Initial temperature for gear unit startup -12 °C -15 °C -20 °C (minimum permitted oil bath temperature) Splash lubrication / Minimum permitted ambient temperature -25 °C -30 °C -35 °C Bath lubrication (1 heating element)1) Minimum permitted ambient temperature -40 °C -40 °C -40 °C (2 heating elements)1) Initial temperature for gear unit startup 5 +5 °C 0 °C -5 °C (minimum permitted oil bath temperature) Pressure lubrication Minimum permitted ambient temperature with -10 °C -15 °C -20 °C (1 heating element)1) Shaft end pump Minimum permitted ambient temperature -27 °C -32 °C -37 °C (2 heating elements)1) Initial temperature for gear unit startup Pressure lubrication +15 °C +10 °C +5 °C (minimum permitted oil bath temperature) with motor pump Minimum permitted ambient temperature 0 °C -5 °C -10 °C (1 heating element)1) 1) Gear units with 1 or 2 heating elements can be heated to the initial temperature at minimum permitted ambient temperature and after a sufficient heating period. When planning the motor.. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. the permitted temperature of the lu- bricant that is actually being used must be verified. In borderline cases. Cooling. INFORMATION The specified temperatures refer to the average values of the permitted lubricants based on the lubricant table. observe the increased starting torque at low temperatures. and Heating Oil heater /OH 5 H2O Mineral oil Minimum permitted initial temperatures for gear unit startup. Consult SEW-EURODRIVE if re- quired. Lubrication.

When planning the motor. Series . In borderline cases. observe the increased starting torque at low temperatures. INFORMATION The specified temperatures refer to the average values of the permitted lubricants based on the lubricant table. and Heating 5 Oil heater /OH H2O Synthetic oil Minimum permitted initial temperatures for gear unit startup. the permitted temperature of the lu- bricant that is actually being used must be verified. Consult SEW-EURODRIVE if re- quired. Lubrication. Cooling. minimum permitted ambient temperature Lubricants Type of lubrication Variant ISO VG320 ISO VG220 ISO VG150 Initial temperature for gear unit startup -25 °C -30 °C -33 °C (minimum permitted oil bath temperature) Splash lubrication / Minimum permitted ambient temperature -40 °C -40 °C -40 °C Bath lubrication with heater (1 heating element)1) Minimum permitted ambient temperature -40 °C -40 °C -40 °C With heater (2 heating elements)1) Initial temperature for gear unit startup -5 °C -8 °C -15 °C (minimum permitted oil bath temperature) Pressure lubrication Minimum permitted ambient temperature with -20 °C -25 °C -30 °C with heater (1 heating element)1) Shaft end pump Minimum permitted ambient temperature -37 °C -40 °C -40 °C With heater (2 heating elements)1) Initial temperature for gear unit startup Pressure lubrication +8 °C +3 °C -3 °C (minimum permitted oil bath temperature) with motor pump Minimum permitted ambient temperature -10 °C -15 °C -20 °C with heater (1 heating element)1) 1) Gear units with 1 or 2 heating elements can be heated to the initial temperature at minimum permitted ambient temperature and after a sufficient heating period. 126 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X..

a maintenance-free joint head [3]. Options and Accessories Torque arm /T 6 6 Options and Accessories Katalog 6. and a yoke plate with bolt [4]. see page 449).1 Torque arm /T A torque arm is available as an option for shaft-mounted gear units to support the reac- tion torque (for dimensions. Series 127 .. Constraining forces on the output shaft are avoided in this way. The length of the torque arm can be adjusted within a certain range. which may negatively influence the service life of the output shaft bearings.K. 0° 6 ±1° 1° [1] [2] -5 ° +5 ° ° 90 [3] [4] 60983AXX [1] Yoke with bolt [3] Joint head [2] Threaded bolt with nut [4] Yoke plate with bolt INFORMATION Do not deform the torque arm during installation. The design using the joint head allows for compensating assembly tolerances and operational displacements. INFORMATION The fan X. The torque arm consists of a yoke with bolt [1]. To keep the bending torques on the machine shaft to a minimum. The torque arm can be mounted on the top or bottom of the gear unit. a threaded bolt [2].. The torque arm can bear tensile stress as well as thrust loads. Deformation leads to constraining forces on the output shaft. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. always mount the torque arm on the same side as the machine that is driven. cannot be used together with a torque arm because the fan guard is mounted to the attachment point of the torque arm.

The mounting flange cannot be used with the standard sealing system. Observe the limitations for hollow-shaft gear units in chapter "Gear unit mounting for hollow shaft gear units" on page 23.2 Mounting flange /F As an alternative to foot mounting. 128 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. a mounting flange is available for gear units up to size 210. see page 132. Options and Accessories 6 Mounting flange /F 6. see page 461. • For dimensions of the mounting flange. A combination of foot and flange mounting is not permitted. Series . • With flange-mounted gear units. note the maximum permitted weight of the motor that can be mounted via a motor adapter. The standard flange is the B14 flange. which is fitted with external centering and retain- ing threads for connection to the customer machine. 62522AXX INFORMATION • The mounting flange can be combined with all output shaft types..

see page 465. Options and Accessories Flange couplings with cylindrical interference fit /FC 6 6.. Series 129 . Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. Torque between shaft and coupling is transmitted via a cylindrical interference fit. The two coupling halves are mounted together at their flanges. but cannot compensate any shaft misalignments. The couplings are equipped with several disassembly bores [3] for removing the interference fit hydrauli- cally.3 Flange couplings with cylindrical interference fit /FC Flange couplings [1] are rigid couplings for connecting two shafts [2]. [2] [1] [2] 6 [3] 64015AXX INFORMATION For more information on the flange coupling and dimensioning the machine shaft. They are suitable for operation in both directions of rotation.

Options and Accessories 6 Backstop /BS 6. direction of rotation dependencies and dimen- sions of the backstop. INFORMATION If the drive has a through-going output shaft. The direction of rotation is specified as viewed onto the output shaft (LSS): • CW = Clockwise • CCW = Counterclockwise The permitted direction of rotation [1] is indicated on the housing.3 Direction of rotation [1] [1] CCW CW 60357AXX SEW-EURODRIVE installs backstops according to the specifications given with the or- der. The customer must check that the connected electric motor rotates in the correct direction.4. the sprags completely lift off from the contact surface of the outer ring.4. During operation.2 Description The backstop is equipped with centrifugal lift-off sprags. 6. It is absolutely necessary to specify the direction of rotation for the output shaft.4. If not. 6. see page 466. Once the lift-off speed is reached.1 Use The purpose of a backstop is to prevent undesirable reverse rotation. Series . the direction of rotation of the backstop should be given as viewed towards shaft position 3. 6. The backstop is lubricated with gear oil. 130 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X..4 Backstop /BS INFORMATION For information on the exact position. the electric motor might damage the backstop. the backstop permits rotation in only one specified direction of rotation.

.. Series 131 . X3K.4 Dimensioning The backstop is dimensioned according to the following basic rules: • Speed of the input shaft of the gear unit: 0.5 X120. / X3T.2 / 12.320 iN ≥ 50 X100.130 iN ≥ 35..4 X3F280 25 / 28 X3F300 56 X4F120 100 X4F130 125 X4F290 100 X4F300 112 Contact SEW-EURODRIVE for differing requirements.3 / 7 X2F150 8/9 X2F260 8 X2F280 10 X2K220 8 / 10 X2K230 9 / 11...170 iN ≥ 31..4. / X4T....1400 - X140.1150 X2K100. 1800 rpm • Maximum permitted torque of the backstop in relation to the output shaft: At least 1.5 X3F180 20 6 X3F230 45 X3F260 20 X3F270 22... always contact SEW-EURODRIVE for specifying the mainte- nance intervals: • Input speed rates n1 < 950 rpm • or any of the following gear unit designs: Gear unit size n1 [rpm] X2K. Wear can occur on the backstop when operated below lift-off speed... In the following cases.320 iN ≥ 200 X180...320 iN ≥ 200 X180..8 times the nominal gear unit torque except Gear unit size Nominal gear unit ratio iN X2F140 6.130 All iN X120. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X....190 All iN 950.320 iN ≥ 63 X100... for example for dual drives. Options and Accessories Backstop /BS 6 6.170 iN ≥ 50 X180..230 iN ≥ 10 X140.170 iN ≥ 63 X140...110 iN ≥ 25 X120....5 X200..... X100.170 All iN 1150... X4K.....130 iN ≥ 40 X120.250 iN ≥ 200 n1 = Input speed (HSS) iN = Nominal gear unit ratio INFORMATION For information on torque limiting backstops.130 All iN > 1400 - X140.. contact SEW-EURODRIVE.......

5 Motor adapter /MA Motor adapters [1] are available up to gear unit size 270.. • An elastic claw coupling is included in the scope of delivery of the motor adapter. • IEC (B5) motors of sizes 100 to 355 • "NEMA ("C-face) motors of size 182 to 449 INFORMATION • With sizes 260 and 270. [1] [1] X. • For gear units with mounting positions in which the motor is hanging downwards. 65672AXX 132 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. The diagrams below show the basic structure of the motor adapter: X..F.T. [1] X. • For dimension sheets of motor adapters. Series . refer to page 474 ff. the motor adapter design is only possible in combination with the universal housing /HU..and three-stage gear units.K. • All motor adapters can be equipped with a fan for two. Options and Accessories 6 Motor adapter /MA 6.. contact SEW-EURODRIVE.

5 GG GM ≤ 0. consult SEW-EURODRIVE.0 GG Shaft-mounted X. Options and Accessories Motor adapter /MA 6 6. Horizontal gear The values in the table apply to the following M. X...T. mounting position / F. please contact SEW-EURODRIVE./ F GM ≤ 1.F. travel drives).. Maximum motor weight depends on gear unit design and mounting type 2.75 GG GM ≤ 2.. 1.5 GG GM ≤ 1./ T GM ≤ 0. mounting surface unit combinations: M1 / F1 and M3 / F2 Mounting type of the gear unit X.: For M5 / F4 and M6 / F3.5 GG GM ≤ 1. • Contact SEW-EURODRIVE in case of deviating mounting position M. Maximum motor weight depends on gear unit design and mounting type INFORMATION • The following tables only apply to stationary applications. Foot-mounted X.5 GG Flange-mounted X.5. For mobile applications 6 (e.5 GG GM ≤ 1. • Gear unit with mounting position M..5 GG GM ≤ 0..g..0 GG GM ≤ 1.1 Maximum permitted motor weight Two criteria are to be checked before mounting a motor to the gear unit. 1. mounting surface combinations: M5 / F3 and M6 / F4 Mounting type of the gear unit X..F..75 GG GM ≤ 1. Maximum motor weight depending on motor adapter size INFORMATION The motor weight must not exceed any of the two criteria.K./ B GM ≤ 1.5 GG GM = Motor weight GG = Gear unit weight Vertical gear unit INFORMATION • For the shaft-mounted variant. X. The values in the table apply to the following M.. X.K.25 GG GM = Motor weight GG = Gear unit weight Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.5 GG GM ≤ 1. / mounting surface F./ F GM ≤ 0./ B GM ≤ 2.5 GG GM ≤ 0. / mounting surface F.75 GG Flange-mounted X. Foot-mounted X. mounting position / F... X. Series 133 .T. please consult SEW-EURODRIVE.

mounting surface combinations: M4 / F6 Mounting type of the gear unit X..75 GG GM ≤ 1. For mobile applications (e./ T GM ≤ 0....5 GG Shaft-mounted X. Foot-mounted X.0 GG GM ≤ 0.75 GG Flange-mounted X.75 GG GM ≤ 1. Series .K. Motor adapter GM X IEC NEMA [kg] [mm] 100/112 182/184 60 190 132 213/215 110 230 160/180 254/286 220 310 200 324 280 340 225 326 400 420 250/280 364 .449 1450 680 315 2000 740 355 2500 740 The maximum permitted weight GM must be linearly reduced when the center-of-gravity distance X is increased. X. mounting position / F.0 GG GM ≤ 1. Maximum motor weight depending on motor adapter size [1] X [2] GM 61569AXX [1] Center of gravity of the motor X = Distance from the center of gravity [2] Motor adapter GM = Weight of the mounted motor INFORMATION The table only applies to stationary applications. Options and Accessories 6 Motor adapter /MA Upright gear unit The values in the table apply to the following M.25 GG GM ≤ 1./ B GM ≤ 1.g.. travel drives). X./ F GM ≤ 1.F. 134 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X..25 GG GM ≤ 1.405 820 480 315S-L 444 ..T.0 GG GM = Motor weight GG = Gear unit weight 2. GM cannot be increased when the center-of-gravity distance is reduced. consult SEW-EURODRIVE.

. The following figures show the basic design of a gear unit with V-belt drive. refer to page 294 ff and page 324 ff. and pro- tective cover for the V-belt. 6 69215AXX INFORMATION • In standard design. Series 135 . Options and Accessories V-belt drives /VBD 6 6. the drive can be supplied as completely mounted unit with motor.6 V-belt drives /VBD V-belt drives are used wherever you need to adjust the total ratio or wherever the instal- lation space requires a certain motor configuration. • For the dimensions of the V-belt drives.. X.F.. V-belt. As an alternative.K. The standard scope of delivery comprises motor bracket. X. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. More sizes are available from SEW-EURODRIVE on request. belt pulleys. V-belt drives cannot be combined with a mounting flange or a fan as these options would collide with the V-belt drive.

6. such as a guard.7 Drive packages on a steel frame For gear units in a horizontal mounting position. The final dimensions are determined specifically for each order by SEW-EURODRIVE. (hydro) coupling and motor (and brake. Series .. including a protection device. INFORMATION Make sure that • the system frame is sufficiently dimensioned to absorb the torque • the swing base is not deformed during installation (hazard of damage to gear unit and coupling) Example: Swing base with cou- [5] [4] [3] pling [1] [2] 60797AXX [1] Swing base [4] Coupling with protection cover [2] Torque arm (optional) [5] Motor [3] Bevel-helical gear unit 136 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. if required).7.1 Swing base /SB A swing base is a steel frame [1] that accommodates the gear unit. complete preassembled drive packages on a steel frame (swing base or base plate) are available from SEW-EURODRIVE. INFORMATION The dimensions of the swing base and base frame on the dimension sheets on page 514 ff are for your information only. Options and Accessories 6 Drive packages on a steel frame 6. A swing base is normally used for: • Hollow shaft gear units or • Solid shaft gear units with flange coupling on the output shaft The steel frame [1] is supported by a torque arm [2].

such as a guard. including a protection device. [5] [4] [3] pling [1] [2] 60798AXX [1] Base frame [2] Foot-mounting [3] Bevel-helical gear unit [4] Coupling with protection cover [5] Motor Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. if required). The steel frame is supported by several foot mountings [2]. • the base frame is not deformed during installation (hazard of damage to gear unit and coupling). 6 Example: Base frame with cou. Series 137 .2 Base frame /BF A base frame is a steel frame [1] that accommodates the gear unit. INFORMATION Make sure that • the support structure of the foot mounting is adequately dimensioned and rigid. Such a frame is usually used for solid shaft gear units with elastic coupling on the output shaft. Options and Accessories Drive packages on a steel frame 6 6.. coupling and motor (and brake.7.

1 Pressure switch /PS All gear units with pressure lubrication are equipped with a pressure switch for function monitoring.. Dimensions 92 9 SW 27 Ø 34. A short-term compensation (max 10 s) during startup is permitted. The pressure switch is to be connected and integrated into the system in such a way that the gear unit can only be operated when the oil pump is building up pressure.AC 250 V. Customers are responsible for the electrical connection and the evaluation of the signal. Condition Monitoring 7 Pressure switch /PS 7 Condition Monitoring 7. Series .DC 24 V • Plug connector DIN EN 175301-803 • The tightening torque for the retaining screw in the back of the plug connector for electrical connection is 0.4 33.2 bars • Maximum switching capacity 4 A .5 51 G 1/4" 50.5 ± 0. 138 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.25 Nm.7 65695AXX Electrical con- nection 2 4 P 1 656996AXX [1] [2] NC contact [1] [4] NO contact Technical data • Switching pressure 0. 4 A .

The temperature sensor is located in the oil sump of the gear unit.25 Nm. (corresponds to DIN IEC 751 class B). Series 139 .2 Temperature sensor /PT100 The temperature sensor PT100 can be used to measure the temperature of the oil in the gear unit.320 150 7 Electrical con- nection 3 2 1 50534AXX [1] / [2] Resistor element connection Technical data • Design with thermometer pocket and changeable measuring insert • Sensor tolerance [K] ± (0. The exact position depends on the gear unit version and position of the shaft. Dimensions A 24 PG9.005 x T). Condition Monitoring Temperature sensor /PT100 7 7. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. PG11 35 Ø8 34 G1/2 68455AXX Gear unit size A [mm] 100 .. T = Oil temperature [°C] • Plug connector DIN 43650 PG9 (IP65) • The tightening torque for the retaining screw in the back of the plug connector for electrical connection is 0.170 50 180 .3 + 0.

such as • a pre-alarm or • a main alarm for switching off the main motor. Condition Monitoring 7 Temperature switch /NTB 7. The exact position de- pends on the gear unit version and position of the shaft. Dimensions 14 60 1.AC 240 V • Plug connector DIN 43650 PG9 (IP65) • The tightening torque for the retaining screw in the back of the plug connector for electrical connection is 0.5 17 Ø 26.3 x 0. The temperature switch is also used as limit value switch for various functions.. Series . The temperature switch is located in the gear unit's oil sump.3 Temperature switch /NTB A temperature switch with preset switching temperatures of 70. 140 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. it is recommended to use a relay in the power circuit instead of a direct connection through the temperature switch.8 G1/2 51 61598AXX [1] Cable clamp Electrical con- nection [1] [2] [3] 57737AXX [1] and [3] NC contact (without vacuum) [2] Grounding terminal 6. 90 or 100 °C is used for monitoring the gear unit oil temperature.25 Nm. 80. To guarantee a long service life and functioning under all conditions.8 Technical data • Switching accuracy ± 5 °K • Maximum switching capacity 1 A .

Condition Monitoring Temperature switch /TSK 7 7. Dimensions L=80 57 16 7 G3/4 Ø20 SW36 65698AXX Electrical con- nection TKS 40° C 1 2 TKÖ 90° C 3 PE 65699AXX [1] [2] Switch 40 °C NO contact [1] [3] Switch 90 °C NC contact PE Grounding terminal Technical data • Switching temperatures: 40 °C and 90 °C • Contact capacity: 2 A . The temperature switch is located in the gear unit's oil sump. It is provided with two fixed switching points (40 °C and 90 °C) for controlling and monitoring the system.. Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.25 Nm. The exact position de- pends on the gear unit version and position of the shaft. The temperature switch is integrated in the circuit of the oil supply system as follows: • The cooling system is activated when the oil temperature reaches 40 °C • Warning signal or disconnection of the gear unit when the oil temperature exceeds 90 °C (usually an indication of a malfunction of the oil supply system) To guarantee a long service life and functioning under all conditions. Series 141 .AC 240 V • Plug connector: DIN EN 175301-803 PG11 (IP65) • The tightening torque for the retaining screw in the back of the plug connector for electrical connection is 0. it is recommended to use a relay in the power circuit instead of a direct connection through the temperature switch.4 Temperature switch /TSK The TSK temperature switch is used with oil supply systems for circulation cooling.

• Main alarm: Is set when the estimated remaining service life reaches zero. The diagnostic unit calculates the estimated remaining service life for the gear unit oil based on the measured oil temperature. Series . refer to the "DUO10A Di- agnostic Unit" manual. INFORMATION For more information on the evaluation unit and accessories. • Limit temperature: Shows when the permitted oil temperature has been exceeded. Condition Monitoring 7 Diagnostic unit DUO10A (oil ageing) 7. wherein a type of oil ap- proved by SEW-EURODRIVE can be customized. This calculated value is continuously shown on the evaluation unit's display. 11473428. when needed. The diagnostic unit consists of a PT100 temperature sensor and an evaluation unit. The number of days can be set directly on the evaluation unit. Oil grades: Oil grade Designation Temperature limit Mineral oil CLP/ bio oil OIL1 100 °C Synthetic oil CLPHC/CLPPAO OIL2 130 °C Polyglycol oil CLPPG OIL3 130 °C Food grade oil OIL4 100 °C Customer-specific OIL5 Default setting = OIL1 Four switching outputs (NC/NO) with the following functions are available to connect the evaluation unit: • Early warning: Is set a few days before expiration of the remaining service life.5 Diagnostic unit DUO10A (oil ageing) The DUO10A diagnostic unit was developed for advance planning of oil changes. publication no. the display can be changed to the current gear unit oil temperature. • Ready for operation: Displays errors in the wiring and recognizable faults in the evaluation unit. The temperature sensor installed in the gear unit measures the present gear unit oil temper- ature.. 142 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. The oil types used by SEW are recorded in the evaluation unit.

Condition Monitoring Diagnostic unit DUO10A (oil ageing) 7 Dimensions ∅34 48 94 60 16.. Series 143 .5 M12x1 G½ M12x1 59995AXX Mounting exam- ples [1] [1] 7 24 V DC 61016AXX [1] DUO10A diagnostic unit Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.

) has been exceeded. 16710010. Changes to this relationship (measured value: teach-in value) indicate the early phase of possible damage. • Main alarm: The main alarm signals that the main alarm threshold of one of the objects (bearings.) or individual 20 frequencies (imbalance. The diagnostic unit can be operated either with constant or variable speed. built into the diagnostic unit. etc. the current measurements and the teach-in values are compared. refer to the "DUV10A Di- agnostic Unit" manual. Two switching outputs are available for connecting the diagnostic unit. • Early warning: The early warning signals that the early warning threshold of one of the objects (bear- ings.). is used as the sen- sor. etc. gear meshing frequencies. A micromechanical acceleration pickup. 144 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. and a trend analysis is carried out. Series .6 Diagnostic unit DUV10A (vibration diagnostics) The DUV30A diagnostic unit provides a vibration diagnostics value by evaluating vibra- tion signals of the gear unit using the frequency analysis method. The maximum operating range is 120 to 10000 rpm or 12 to 3500 rpm (shaft speed) de- pending on the setting at a minimum measuring time of 0. Further. in this way warning of a beginning damaging process. a frequency-depen- dent level monitor can be activated for monitoring impacts or vibrations. After startup of the drive to be monitored and the diagnostic unit. publication no. The unit allows to monitor up to 5 different objects (bearings. whereby the ac- tual measurement can only occur during constant speed. During operation. a comparison measure- ment ("teach-in") is carried out and stored in the diagnostic unit. The damage progress is indicated by a series of LEDs on the DUV30A diagnostic unit. etc.) has been exceeded.. etc. Condition Monitoring 7 Diagnostic unit DUV10A (vibration diagnostics) 7. INFORMATION For more information on the evaluation unit and accessories. The objects to be monitored are defined using external software and are transferred to the diagnostic unit via RS232 interface. in this way warning of upcoming damage.8 or 8 seconds per object.

Condition Monitoring
Diagnostic unit DUV10A (vibration diagnostics)
7

Dimensions

58.2

46.4

M12x1

36
14

∅5.3 20 M5

6

∅4

M8x1
10
37.6

7
[1]
∅5.3
[1]
5 [2]
58351AXX

Mounting exam-
ples
[1]
VDC 24

[1]

61017AXX

[1] DUV30A diagnostic unit

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Condition Monitoring
7 Adapter for mounting external vibration sensors

7.7 Adapter for mounting external vibration sensors
On request, SEW provides sensor sockets that are screwed into a screw plug bore [1]
of the gear unit.
Any external vibration sensors can be fastened to this sensor socket. An M5 attachment
thread is available as standard. The usual positions of the screw plug bores [1] are
shown below.
You find the exact position of the screw plug bore in the order documents.

Example
[1]

[1]
60570AXX

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Design and Operating Notes
General information
8

8 Design and Operating Notes
Katalog

8.1 General information
Not included in the scope of delivery:
• Set of wrenches
• Torque wrench
• Mounting device
• Compensation elements (shims, spacing rings)
• Fasteners for input and output elements
• Lubricant (e.g. NOCO® fluid from SEW-EURODRIVE) → except for hollow shaft
gear units
• For hollow shaft gear units → aids for assembly/disassembly on the machine shaft
• Fastening parts for the gear unit base
• Connection cables between gear unit and separately installed oil supply systems.
• Supply cables and electrical connection of accessories

8.2 Gear unit mounting
The table shows the thread sizes and tightening torques of the individual gear unit sizes. 8
Tightening torque
Gear unit size Screw/nut Strength class 8.8
[Nm]
100-110 M20 410
120-130 M24 710
140-150 M30 1420
160-190 M36 2500
200-230 M42 4000
240-280 M48 6000
290-320 M56 9600

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Design and Operating Notes
8 Dimensioning the machine shaft for hollow shaft gear units

8.3 Dimensioning the machine shaft for hollow shaft gear units
The material of the machine shaft as well as the keyed connection (of version X..A)
should be dimensioned by the customer according to the loads that will occur. The shaft
material should have a yield point of at least 320 N/mm².

Hollow shaft with The key length should have at least the minimum length shown in the dimension sheets.
key If a longer key is used, it should be aligned symmetrically to the hollow shaft.
With a through-going machine shaft or axial forces, SEW-EURODRIVE recommends
that the machine shaft be designed with a contact shoulder. Contact SEW-EURODRIVE
in the case of reversing directions of the load.

INFORMATION
For detailed guidelines regarding the design of the machine shaft, refer to the dimen-
sion sheets from page 412.

8.4 Dimensioning the machine shaft with flange coupling
The material of the machine shaft as well as the keyed connection (of versions with key)
should be dimensioned by the customer according to the loads that will occur. The shaft
material should have a yield point of at least 320 N/mm². Choose the dimensions of the
machine shaft according to the smooth solid shaft X..R.

INFORMATION
For detailed guidelines regarding the design of the machine shaft, refer to the dimen-
sion sheets on page 424 and page 465.

8.5 X2K.. with backstop for hollow shaft gear units
The gear unit variants X2K... with backstop and protection cover on one gear unit end
are available in all gear unit sizes except:
• X2KH100 / 110 / 120 / 140 / 160 / 240
• X2KA100 / 120

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Important Information
Information about dimension sheets
9

9 Important Information
9.1 Information about dimension sheets

INFORMATION
Unless specified otherwise, all dimensions are given in mm. NEMA motor adapters
are an exception to this rule. Their dimensions are given in inch.

9.1.1 General information
Scope of delivery

= Standard parts supplied by SEW-EURODRIVE.

= Standard parts not supplied by SEW-EURODRIVE.

Mounting posi- The dimension sheets show
tions • Horizontal gear units (mounting position M1) page 276,
• Vertical gear units (mounting position M5) page 342,
• And upright gear units with input and output shaft arranged on top of one another
(mounting position M4) page 366
.
For other mounting positions or for inclined or changing mounting situations ("Pivoted
mounting positions" on page 42), which may occur with drives in booms, you can re-
quest information and dimension sheets from SEW-EURODRIVE.
9
mm

Weight The specified weight data are guide values. The information on the nameplate is bind-
ing.

INFORMATION
The weight data in the selection tables do not include the oil fill.

Vertical gear Note for vertical gear units (on page 342 ff) that recesses must be made in the construc-
units tion connected to the unit because of protruding contours.
This area is indicated by the gray hatched area.

68293AXX

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Important Information
9 Information about dimension sheets

Options The option dimension sheets on page 388 ff show the options in connection with gear
unit X.S.. with a solid shaft. Unless indicated otherwise, all options are also possible for
gear units with other shaft types.

9.1.2 Tolerances
Shaft ends Diameter tolerance in accordance with DIN 748:
∅ = Smooth output shaft /..R → ISO v6
∅ = Output shaft as a solid shaft with key /..S → ISO m6

Center bores according to DIN 332, part 2 (type D..):
∅ > 16...21 mm → M6
∅ > 21...24 mm → M8
∅ > 24...30 mm → M10
∅ > 30...38 mm → M12
∅ > 38...50 mm → M16
∅ > 50...85 mm → M20
∅ > 85...130 mm → M24
∅ > 130...225 mm1) → M30
∅ > 225...320 mm1) → M36
∅ > 320...500 mm1) → M42
1) Dimensions not according to DIN 332; the thread depth including the counterbore is at least twice that of
the nominal thread diameter

Keys according to DIN 6885 (domed type)

Hollow shafts Diameter tolerance:
∅ → ISO H7 for hollow shafts for shrink disks
∅ → ISO H8 for hollow shafts with keyway

Mounting flange Centering shoulder tolerance: ISO f7

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Important Information
Guide to the selection tables and main dimension sheets
9

9.2 Guide to the selection tables and main dimension sheets
The purpose of the following table is to let you quickly find selection tables and dimen-
sion sheets.
Page number

Selection Main dimension sheets
tables Horizontal gear units M1 Vertical gear units M5 Upright gear units M4
XF XK XT X2F X3F X4F X2K X3K X4K X3T X4T X2F X3F X4F X2K X3K X4K X2F X3F X4F X2K X3K X4K X3T X4T
X..100 154 200 246 276 282 - 308 312 - 334 - 342 346 - 354 358 - 366 370 - 378 382 - 390 -
X..110 156 202 247 276 282 - 308 312 - 334 - 342 346 - 354 358 - 366 370 - 378 382 - 390 -
X..120 158 204 248 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..130 160 206 250 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..140 162 208 252 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..150 164 210 254 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..160 166 212 256 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..170 168 214 258 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..180 170 216 260 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..190 172 218 262 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..200 174 220 264 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..210 176 222 266 276 282 288 308 312 318 334 338 342 346 350 354 358 362 366 370 374 378 382 386 390 394
X..220 178 224 268 278 284 290 310 314 320 336 340 344 348 352 356 360 364 368 372 376 380 384 388 392 396
X..230 180 226 270 278 284 290 310 314 320 336 340 344 348 352 356 360 364 368 372 376 380 384 388 392 396
X..240 182 228 272 278 284 290 310 314 320 336 340 344 348 352 356 360 364 368 372 376 380 384 388 392 396
X..250 184 230 274 278 284 290 310 314 320 336 340 344 348 352 356 360 364 368 372 376 380 384 388 392 396
X..260 186 232 - 280 286 292 - 316 322 - - 344 348 352 - 360 364 368 372 376 - 384 388 - -
X..270 188 234 - 280 286 292 - 316 322 - - 344 348 352 - 360 364 368 372 376 - 384 388 - - 9
mm
X..280 190 236 - 280 286 292 - 316 322 - - 344 348 352 - 360 364 368 372 376 - 384 388 - -
X..290 192 238 - 280 286 292 - 316 322 - - 344 348 352 - 360 364 368 372 376 - 384 388 - -
X..300 194 240 - 280 286 292 - 316 322 - - 344 348 352 - 360 364 368 372 376 - 384 388 - -
X..310 196 242 - 280 286 292 - 316 322 - - 344 348 352 - 360 364 368 372 376 - 384 388 - -
X..320 198 244 - 280 286 292 - 316 322 - - 344 348 352 - 360 364 368 372 376 - 384 388 - -

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Important Information
9 Guide to the selection tables and main dimension sheets

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kW
Selection Tables min-1

Information about the selection tables
kNm 10

10 Selection Tables
10.1 Information about the selection tables
X.F100..,n1 = 1000 1/min 6.80 kNm
PTH [kW] 20 °C
M1 M5 M4

iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1
2/3/4
[min-1] [kNm] [kW]
H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O

+ + + M1
H2O H2O H2O M5
M4

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18] [19] [20] [21]

Key:
[1] Nominal gear unit ratio
[2] Exact gear unit ratio
[3] Output speed (LSS)
[4] Nominal gear unit torque
[5] Nominal gear unit power
Thermal rating at 20 °C ambient temperature:
[6] Without additional cooling
M1 mounting pos.
Splash lubrication

[7] With standard fan2)
[8] With water cooling cover, see page 99
[9] With water cooling cartridge, see page 101
[10] With water cooling cartridge, see page 101 / with standard fan2)

[11] Without additional cooling
M5 mounting pos.

With standard fan2)
Bath lubrication

[12]
[13] With water cooling cover, see page 99
[14] With water cooling cartridge, see page 101
[15] With water cooling cartridge, see page 101 / with standard fan2) 10
[16] Without additional cooling 1/min
M4 mounting pos.

kW
kNm
Bath lubrication

2)
[17] With standard fan
[18] With water cooling cover, see page 99
[19] With water cooling cartridge, see page 101
[20] With water cooling cartridge, see page 101 / with standard fan2)
[21] Gear unit type / main dimension sheet page number
Footnote in the selection tables:
1) Consult SEW-EURODRIVE for information on the lubrication type
*) Consult SEW-EURODRIVE
- No catalog variant
Footnote in the key:
2) When installing a fan in the motor adapter or when using the fan guard flush on one side, PTH is reduced by 20 %. Please
contact SEW-EURODRIVE if you want to combine these types with water cooling cover or water cooling cartridge. In
combination with bath lubrication and certain mounting positions, a fan is not always possible. Observe the notes on page
97.

Symbols:

= Bath lubrication

= Splash lubrication

= Pressure lubrication

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kW
min-1 Selection Tables
10 kNm
X.F.. helical gear units

10.2 X.F.. helical gear units

X.F100..,n1 = 1000 1/min 6.80 kNm
PTH [kW] 20 °C
M1 M5 M4

iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1
2/3/4
[min-1] [kNm] [kW]
H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O

+ + + M1
H2O H2O H2O M5
M4

7.1 7.09 141 5.60 85 72 105 - - - 61 94 - - - 74 110 - - -
8 7.94 126 5.75 78 75 110 - - - 64 99 - - - 77 115 - - -
9 8.52 117 5.90 74 68 98 - - - 60 91 - - - 71 105 - - -
10 9.53 105 6.10 110 - - - X2F..
69 71 100 - - - 63 95 - - - 74
11.2 11.03 91 6.40 62 63 92 - - - 58 87 - - - 67 98 - - -
12.5 12.34 81 6.60 100 - - - 276
57 66 95 - - - 61 90 - - - 70
14 13.93 72 6.80 81 - - - 342
52 53 76 - - - 50 73 - - - 56 354
16 15.59 64 6.80 47 57 81 - - - 53 78 - - - 60 87 - - -
18 17.21 58 6.80 42 59 84 - - - 56 81 - - - 63 91 - - -
20 19.26 52 6.80 38 61 87 - - - 57 84 - - - 65 94 - - -
22.4 22.60 44 6.50 31 42 52 - - - 40 50 - - - 45 56 - - -
25 25.29 40 6.80 29 44 55 - - - 43 53 - - - 48 59 - - -
28 27.94 36 6.80 26 38 47 - - - 37 46 - - - 41 51 - - -
31.5 31.27 32 6.80 24 40 50 - - - 39 48 - - - 43 53 - - -
35.5 34.95 29 6.80 21 34 42 - - - 33 41 - - - 37 46 - - -
40 39.11 26 6.80 19 36 44 - - - 35 43 - - - 38 48 - - - X3F..
45 42.31 24 6.80 17 33 40 - - - 32 40 - - - 35 43 - - - 282
50 47.35 21 6.80 16 34 42 - - - 33 41 - - - 37 45 - - - 346
56 52.91 19 6.80 14 30 37 - - - 29 36 - - - 32 40 - - - 370
63 59.22 17 6.80 12 31 38 - - - 30 38 - - - 34 41 - - -
71 68.53 15 6.80 11 29 36 - - - 29 35 - - - 31 39 - - -
80 76.69 13 6.80 10 30 36 - - - 29 36 - - - 32 39 - - -
90 85.71 12 6.80 9 26 32 - - - 26 32 - - - 28 35 - - -
100 95.92 10 6.80 8 27 33 - - - 27 33 - - - 29 36 - - -

X.F100..,n1 = 1200 1/min 6.80 kNm
7.1 7.09 169 5.60 100 73 115 - - - 54 100 - - - 72 120 - - -
8 7.94 151 5.75 93 77 125 - - - 58 105 - - - 76 125 - - -
9 8.52 141 5.90 89 69 110 - - - 56 98 - - - 70 115 - - -
10 9.53 126 6.10 120 - - - X2F..
82 72 115 - - - 59 105 - - - 74
11.2 11.03 109 6.40 75 65 105 - - - 57 95 - - - 68 110 - - -
276
12.5 12.34 97 6.60 69 68 105 - - - 59 99 - - - 71 115 - - -
14 13.93 86 6.80 92 - - - 342
63 55 86 - - - 50 81 - - - 58
16 15.59 77 6.80 98 - - - 354
56 59 92 - - - 53 87 - - - 62
18 17.21 70 6.80 51 61 95 - - - 56 91 - - - 64 100 - - -
20 19.26 62 6.80 45 63 98 - - - 58 94 - - - 66 105 - - -
22.4 22.60 53 6.50 37 44 59 - - - 41 57 - - - 46 63 - - -
25 25.29 47 6.80 35 46 63 - - - 43 60 - - - 49 67 - - -
28 27.94 43 6.80 32 40 54 - - - 38 52 - - - 43 58 - - -
31.5 31.27 38 6.80 28 42 57 - - - 40 55 - - - 45 61 - - -
35.5 34.95 34 6.80 25 36 49 - - - 34 47 - - - 38 52 - - -
40 39.11 31 6.80 23 37 51 - - - 35 49 - - - 40 54 - - - X3F..
45 42.31 28 6.80 21 34 46 - - - 33 45 - - - 37 50 - - - 282
50 47.35 25 6.80 19 36 48 - - - 34 47 - - - 38 52 - - - 346
56 52.91 23 6.80 17 31 43 - - - 30 42 - - - 34 46 - - - 370
63 59.22 20 6.80 15 33 44 - - - 32 43 - - - 35 48 - - -
71 68.53 18 6.80 13 30 41 - - - 30 40 - - - 33 44 - - -
80 76.69 16 6.80 12 31 42 - - - 30 41 - - - 33 45 - - -
90 85.71 14 6.80 10 28 37 - - - 27 37 - - - 30 40 - - -
100 95.92 13 6.80 9 28 38 - - - 28 38 - - - 31 41 - - -

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Selection Tables min-1

X.F.. helical gear units
kNm 10

X.F100..,n1 = 1500 1/min 6.80 kNm
PTH [kW] 20 °C
M1 M5 M4

iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1
2/3/4
[min-1] [kNm] [kW]
H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O

+ + + M1
H2O H2O H2O M5
M4

7.1 7.09 212 5.60 125 73 135 - - - *) 100 - - - 65 135 - - -
8 7.94 189 5.75 115 77 140 - - - 35 110 - - - 69 140 - - -
9 8.52 176 5.90 110 70 125 - - - 44 105 - - - 67 130 - - -
10 9.53 157 - - - X2F..
6.10 105 73 130 - - - 48 110 - - - 70 135
11.2 11.03 136 6.40 93 67 120 - - - 51 105 - - - 67 125 - - -
276
12.5 12.34 122 6.60 86 69 125 - - - 54 110 - - - 69 130 - - -
14 13.93 108 - - - 342
6.80 79 56 99 - - - 47 91 - - - 58 105
16 15.59 96 - - - 354
6.80 70 60 105 - - - 51 98 - - - 62 110
18 17.21 87 6.80 64 63 110 - - - 55 105 - - - 65 115 - - -
20 19.26 78 6.80 57 65 115 - - - 57 105 - - - 67 120 - - -
22.4 22.60 66 6.50 47 45 70 - - - 40 65 - - - 47 74 - - -
25 25.29 59 6.80 44 48 74 - - - 43 69 - - - 50 78 - - -
28 27.94 54 6.80 40 42 64 - - - 38 60 - - - 44 68 - - -
31.5 31.27 48 6.80 35 44 67 - - - 39 63 - - - 46 71 - - -
35.5 34.95 43 6.80 32 37 57 - - - 34 54 - - - 39 61 - - -
40 39.11 38 6.80 28 39 60 - - - 35 56 - - - 41 63 - - - X3F..
45 42.31 35 6.80 26 36 55 - - - 34 53 - - - 38 59 - - - 282
50 47.35 32 6.80 23 37 57 - - - 35 55 - - - 40 61 - - - 346
56 52.91 28 6.80 21 33 50 - - - 31 49 - - - 35 54 - - - 370
63 59.22 25 6.80 19 34 52 - - - 32 50 - - - 36 56 - - -
71 68.53 22 6.80 16 32 49 - - - 31 47 - - - 34 52 - - -
80 76.69 20 6.80 14 32 49 - - - 31 48 - - - 35 53 - - -
90 85.71 18 6.80 13 29 44 - - - 28 43 - - - 31 47 - - -
100 95.92 16 6.80 12 30 45 - - - 29 44 - - - 32 49 - - -

X.F100..,n1 = 1800 1/min 6.80 kNm
7.1 7.09 254 5.30 145 70 150 - - - *) 94 - - - 47 140 - - -
8 7.94 227 5.40 130 75 155 - - - *) 100 - - - 53 145 - - -
9 8.52 211 5.60 125 69 140 - - - *) 105 - - - 57 140 - - -
10 9.53 189 5.80 145 - - - X2F..
120 72 145 - - - *) 110 - - - 62
11.2 11.03 163 6.05 105 67 135 - - - 38 110 - - - 63 135 - - -
12.5 12.34 146 6.30 140 - - - 276
99 69 140 - - - 41 115 - - - 65
14 13.93 129 6.50 115 - - - 342
90 57 110 - - - 41 98 - - - 56 354
16 15.59 115 6.80 84 61 120 - - - 45 105 - - - 60 125 - - -
18 17.21 105 6.80 76 63 125 - - - 51 110 - - - 64 130 - - -
20 19.26 93 6.80 68 66 125 - - - 53 115 - - - 67 135 - - -
22.4 22.60 80 6.15 53 46 79 - - - 38 72 - - - 47 83 - - -
25 25.29 71 6.80 53 49 84 - - - 41 76 - - - 50 88 - - -
28 27.94 64 6.80 48 43 73 - - - 36 67 - - - 44 77 - - - 10
31.5 31.27 58 6.80 43 45 76 - - - 38 70 - - - 46 80 - - - 1/min
35.5 34.95 52 6.80 38 38 65 - - - 33 60 - - - 39 69 - - - kW
40 39.11 46 6.80 34 40 68 - - - 34 62 - - - 41 71 - - - X3F.. kNm
45 42.31 43 6.80 31 37 62 - - - 34 59 - - - 39 66 - - - 282
50 47.35 38 6.80 28 38 65 - - - 35 62 - - - 41 69 - - - 346
56 52.91 34 6.80 25 34 57 - - - 31 55 - - - 36 61 - - - 370
63 59.22 30 6.80 22 35 59 - - - 32 57 - - - 37 63 - - -
71 68.53 26 6.80 19 33 55 - - - 31 54 - - - 35 60 - - -
80 76.69 23 6.80 17 34 56 - - - 32 55 - - - 36 60 - - -
90 85.71 21 6.80 16 30 50 - - - 28 49 - - - 32 54 - - -
100 95.92 19 6.80 14 31 52 - - - 29 50 - - - 33 56 - - -

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.50 115 . . 41 51 . . . .51 18 8.50 21 38 47 . 43 54 . .50 9 28 34 . 64 110 . . 30 37 . - 16 16. - 14 14. . X3F.12 41 7.20 70 8. 61 99 . 65 105 . 37 51 .15 31 8. . 79 115 . .50 28 39 53 . .50 14 33 40 . 32 40 .50 19 34 42 .10 130 79 125 . - 35. - 9 9. . 74 105 . .50 kNm 8 8. . 83 76 110 . . . 47 64 . 79 12. . 276 77 72 115 . 63 105 . . . 42 58 . . 39 48 .50 10 29 39 . . 66 95 . .62 12 8. . .. .50 18 33 45 . X2F. 64 98 . .20 33 43 59 . . .50 55 64 100 . - 40 40.17 45 8.98 109 8. .42 9.17 15 8. .. .80 61 8. - 90 88. 31 43 . .50 16 34 46 . .50 86 70 110 . .17 18 8.40 92 73 105 . . . . .25 115 78 125 . 37 46 .F110. 41 57 . 68 105 . 56 92 . - → 153 156 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. . 40 49 . .2 10. 59 86 . . 36 48 . . - 80 78. . . 58 110 . .. . . - 276 14 14. 32 44 .50 92 . . .. 48 60 . . . 34 42 . - 10 9.80 51 8. . 46 63 . .5 36.50 8 28 34 .5 32. .89 20 8. . . 35 44 .69 79 8. Series . . 50 68 . 79 12. . - 22. . - 112 110. . . 36 48 . - 100 98. . . . .14 131 8. . .29 11 8. 27 34 .n1 = 1000 1/min 8.16 147 8. . 50 48. . . - 100 98.50 72 68 97 . . . . .5 32.80 29 46 57 . . . 71 105 . . 40 55 . . . . .50 14 32 43 ..50 31 44 60 . . .94 67 8. . .50 49 66 105 . . . 41 56 . . . .50 23 37 46 .68 25 8. .50 120 . .50 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 8 8.. . . 354 51 60 86 . . 59 110 . 44 55 .85 13 8. . 33 45 .50 10 32 39 . 41 50 . . . .50 93 . . . . 42 57 . . helical gear units X. . - 35.50 13 33 45 . .17 54 8. 36 45 . . - 20 19. . . . . 28 39 .50 11 29 39 .80 35 48 65 . - 28 29. . . - X.01 38 7. . . 44 61 . . - 25 26. . 31 43 .1 8. . - 45 45.2 10. 35 47 . .20 28 42 51 . . . . . . . . 31 42 . 57 93 . . . . 32 44 . . . . . . 30 37 . .20 85 8. . 36 45 . . 70 110 .51 22 8. . 50 48. . . . . 64 20 19. .03 75 8. .50 105 . . 370 71 68. . 282 56 54. 100 78 125 . 27 34 . .50 17 36 44 . . .50 20 37 51 . . . . 51 70 . . . 39 53 . . . 61 105 . X3F.50 12 31 38 . .21 25 8. . - 25 26. . . . . . 45 55 . . . - 31. 76 125 . . .4 22. - 11.03 62 8. . . 30 37 . 62 92 . . .50 46 62 89 . . . .80 102 8. - 11. . . - 31.80 122 8.. . 57 83 . .15 37 8. . . . . . 346 63 60. . kW min-1 Selection Tables 10 kNm X.16 123 8. - 45 45.25 97 76 110 .40 110 74 120 . 64 18 17. . 342 57 60 87 .. . 346 63 60. . . . 76 110 . . .50 38 47 64 .68 21 8. . . 50 61 .01 46 7.50 26 42 52 . . . . - 90 88. 37 51 . . 75 16 16. . .50 23 36 49 .50 31 45 56 . 37 50 . 40 50 . 36 50 . .5 36. . . 31 38 . . . .12 34 7. .98 91 8. X2F.89 16 8.F110. 35 43 . .21 30 8. . . . . . 65 100 . 67 100 .50 64 70 100 . . 282 56 54.00 28 8. . 34 42 . 46 56 . .50 25 39 53 . - 9 9. .. 72 115 . . 33 41 .62 10 8.02 22 8. - 40 40.14 109 8.50 41 64 92 .29 14 8. 342 68 63 98 . 66 100 . . 59 96 . . 370 71 68.85 15 8. 29 39 . . 61 100 . . .F. 34 42 . .50 61 62 97 . . 64 96 .94 56 8. 35 48 .50 15 32 39 . . 31 38 .10 105 77 115 . 66 354 18 17.4 22. . . - 112 110. .n1 = 1200 1/min 8. . .42 11 8. . . 61 89 . . - 10 9.50 130 . . . . . 78 130 . .69 95 8. - 28 29. . 68 99 . 45 63 . .5 12. .. .02 27 8. .5 12. 78 130 . 79 120 . - 80 78. . . . . . . - 22. . . . 56 82 . .00 33 8. . .

. 41 120 . - 10 9. . . . . .16 184 8. 66 12.50 14 31 46 . .F110.50 83 67 130 . - 14 14. 51 90 .50 13 31 47 . 45 125 . 43 67 . .20 106 8.14 197 7. kW 45 45. 49 85 . 49 115 .50 24 37 62 .50 110 71 125 . .25 145 78 145 . . .5 12. . .. 33 50 . . 34 52 . 34 57 . .41 50 51 87 . .94 100 8. . 72 140 . . 354 76 64 110 . . . . 125 79 140 . .4 22.50 30 41 68 . 38 59 . .62 18 8.20 127 8. . Series 157 . 30 46 . - 40 40.15 47 8. . . . . . . . . 39 67 . . .50 135 . .16 221 7. .n1 = 1500 1/min 8. .21 45 8. *) 115 . .68 37 8. 43 80 . .82 165 75 160 .42 14 8. 36 63 . . .17 26 8. .50 27 36 60 . 140 78 160 . . 33 57 . . . .50 28 38 57 . . 65 354 18 17. 36 56 . - 11. . 33 50 .50 74 69 135 . .12 62 7.F. 42 64 . . - 112 110. . . . . 76 12. .00 50 7.03 94 8. . 55 110 . . .80 184 7.17 81 8. 48 75 . 55 120 . 10 35. . . . . .20 42 45 69 . . . .05 39 41 70 . . 346 63 60. - 90 88. . .50 150 . .2 10.98 137 8.50 19 36 61 . .5 32. . - 80 78. . . . 71 140 . . . 34 57 . . - 9 9.50 69 66 115 . . - 31. . 47 74 . 37 65 . . - X. . .50 37 42 71 . .50 25 39 60 .85 23 8. 70 16 16. 39 72 . .89 25 8. . . . . 41 70 .89 30 8. . . 30 51 . - 22. . . 33 58 . . 64 130 .02 40 8. . . . 48 150 . 42 67 .07 155 .02 33 8.50 91 64 125 .12 52 7.17 22 8. . . . . . . . 71 145 . X2F. . . . .94 84 8. - 20 19.29 17 8. . . . . . - 22. . . . - 28 29. - 25 26. . - 11. - 16 16. 37 59 . .80 76 8. 71 125 . . - 112 110.50 18 34 51 . .90 43 47 80 .. . . 38 65 . . - 90 88. 48 83 . . . 69 145 . .96 155 73 150 . 52 82 .50 130 71 140 . 49 110 . *) 105 . . 58 110 .01 58 7.50 120 . . . . . . . 60 110 . . 66 18 17. . .. . . . . .69 118 8. . . 37 57 .. *) 110 . 36 55 . .50 38 46 71 . . - 28 29. . 43 74 . 43 73 . kNm 50 48. .4 22.42 16 8. . .40 140 75 135 . X2F. 55 105 .50 15 32 53 . 58 115 . - → 153 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 41 65 . . .80 91 8. . 69 125 . . - 100 98. .21 37 8. . .2 10. . . 282 56 54.80 153 8. . . - 35. - 80 78. 52 150 .. .50 21 35 58 . - 31. . . . 40 62 .15 56 7.51 33 8.98 164 8.50 kNm 8 8. . . 57 125 . . .01 69 7. 52 92 . . 51 80 . 370 71 68. . .n1 = 1800 1/min 8.14 164 8. . .50 23 35 53 . . 40 74 . - 10 9.80 44 50 77 . . . 30 52 .10 160 79 145 . . . . . .F110. .. - 276 14 14. . 39 65 . 36 66 .62 15 8. 342 85 65 115 . . 43 66 .50 17 32 53 . . 51 120 . *) 110 .17 68 8. 60 150 .10 53 50 85 . . . . . . 38 57 . .5 36. 33 50 .70 47 46 79 . . 67 145 .50 120 . 50 48. . . 42 78 . . . . . . .50 31 41 63 . . . 346 63 60. 54 105 . . . . 34 53 . . . *) 120 . 45 72 . helical gear units kNm 10 X. - 9 9.50 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 8 8. . . 37 58 . . 34 60 . . . .85 19 8. 71 130 . . . X3F. . 342 100 66 125 . kW Selection Tables min-1 X. 46 115 . 37 63 . - 100 98. . X3F. . . 29 45 .70 180 73 160 . . - 25 26. .50 145 . .5 36. 1/min 40 40. .03 112 8. . . . . 68 135 . .50 96 74 130 . .50 34 39 65 . . .. . . . 66 20 19.50 20 36 55 . . . . .. 43 75 . . .50 16 35 53 .. . - 45 45. . 370 71 68. . .51 28 8. . *) 105 . .29 20 8. 33 51 .5 32. . . 276 115 74 145 . . .69 142 8. . 36 65 . . 282 56 54. 44 70 . .00 42 8. . . 74 135 . . . 34 59 .50 62 68 120 .50 47 49 75 . . 37 59 .5 12.68 31 8.50 34 40 62 .

.6 150 . - 18 18. . . 29 .8 21 43 53 . . . . . . - 80 78. - 18 18. . 93 354 14 14. . .. .7 12. . .83 94 11. 100 150 . - 8 8. . 57 77 . 25 .8 kNm 6. . 32 . 25 . . . . - 140 147. .85 4. . . .4 200 105 170 . 31 .. . 33 . 29 .8 34 51 63 . . . . . . . 41 51 . .48 18 12. . 160 154. 92 14 14. .06 52 12. 27 . 45 61 . . 46 57 . .73 18 12. 87 140 . 30 . . X4F. .. .9 150 .F120. .8 29 47 64 . . . .9 12.20 98 11. - 35. . . . . - 11. . . 346 50 49. 39 . . . . . 80 125 . - 28 29.2 12. . - → 153 158 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. . . 26 . - 90 89. . . 95 10 10. . 76 120 . . 38 . 79 125 . . 38 53 . . . .09 6. . . . . . . - 22. Series . . . 55 68 . - 8 8. .5 12. 54 68 . X2F.18 21 12. . 59 74 .8 10 31 .61 68 12. - 20 20. . 35 . . . . .8 28 45 55 . . . . . - 28 29. . .5 35. . . .0 68 65 89 .73 15 12. 32 . .8 9 29 . . 100 10 10. . - 16 16.85 4.8 6 27 . .n1 = 1000 1/min 12.1 12. .2 12. .. 160 154. . 76 130 .6 165 .8 89 84 135 .5 185 100 165 . 35 . . .8 13 34 .5 155 99 145 . .83 20 12.8 6 28 . .0 57 63 78 . . . .2 140 . . . .61 82 12. - 63 65. . . . . . . 62 135 .8 40 52 64 . . . . .1 12. 42 53 . . . 68 94 . *) 120 . . . . . ..3 6.3 190 100 150 .73 13 12. - 276 11.45 29 12. - 250 246. . . . 31 .5 35.26 41 12. 28 . .70 39 12. . . . 56 77 .5 30. 35 .2 11.7 12. .8 7 30 . .8 7 28 . . . .8 12. . 74 125 . 85 135 . . .36 9. 86 125 . - 35. 34 . 29 . . . .23 9. 32 . . . . . . . . . .8 12. .18 25 12. . . 30 .8 74 81 120 . .8 12.8 110 92 135 . 62 86 . 96 16 16. . .8 47 53 73 . 42 52 . . 34 . .35 3. . 24 . .5 12.8 7 26 . . 90 150 . .4 23. 48 66 . .5 12. 50 68 . 80 130 . . . . . . 27 . . . . - X. . . .8 5 26 .90 39 12. 54 67 . . . . . . 92 135 . 282 45 47. . .48 11 12. . .8 6 24 .61 86 11. . . . . - 100 107.7 125 89 130 .8 13 33 . . .1 12.63 11 12. - 9 9. . . . .45 24 12. . . . - 31. . . 350 224 233. . helical gear units X.9 58 61 76 . . 44 60 . 100 160 . . 38 47 .9 12. 25 . . 26 . 37 46 .04 124 11. . 57 78 . - 9 9. . . .3 6.8 5 25 . . . . .01 4. 31 . . . . . .30 4. . .9 70 63 87 . 288 200 205. . 43 54 . . . .8 5 23 . . .8 57 60 82 . 35 .54 13 12.83 24 12. 61 135 .8 65 59 81 .04 149 11. 95 140 . .8 10 32 . . .26 49 10. . - 90 89.. . 51 70 . .28 61 12.70 47 12.46 4.8 8 29 . . . . . . . . .3 225 97 165 . 40 41. . . . 93 170 .8 11 30 . .30 5. . 342 120 90 145 . . 50 62 . . . . 62 77 . 135 98 145 .48 9. . . 165 98 160 . . . 48 60 . . . . . 43 58 .12 6. .8 16 36 .4 165 105 155 .09 5. . . 44 60 . 346 50 49.1 7.F120. . . 63 87 . . . 48 68 . .26 59 10. . . . . 276 130 93 150 . . . .4 82 79 115 .20 118 11. . . . .. . . - 250 246. . . 350 224 233. 29 . 73 130 .48 15 12. . .8 6 25 . 55 68 .8 35 54 73 . . - 63 65. .3 12. . . - 31.8 22 45 61 .44 186 11. . . 67 83 .8 48 58 72 . .6 12. 48 60 .n1 = 1200 1/min 12. . . 33 . .8 11 35 . . . .8 12. . . .. 75 110 . .. . - 7. 47 58 . . . 50 68 . .8 11 31 . .63 13 12. - 25 25. . . 84 160 . - 71 74. .3 12. . - 25 25. . 54 76 . . . . - 374 280 281. . 33 . 79 120 .. 61 75 . - 112 122. . - 374 280 281. . - 71 74. .4 98 81 130 . . . . . . . . 96 165 . 79 135 . 94 12.34 163 11. . 43 60 . 83 125 . . . . 282 45 47.18 28 12. .8 25 45 55 . . - 355 336. 32 . 49 61 . 96 155 .8 155 . . . 72 120 . . 288 200 205. . 74 130 . . .8 16 39 48 . 25 .6 12.2 11. . 55 76 . 36 . .8 54 57 71 .53 54 12. .3 12. . . 25 . .8 12. . . 58 83 . . . 28 . 44 61 .54 16 12. . 65 81 . . 354 90 91 135 . 48 61 . 40 54 . 44 54 . 27 . . *) 130 .1 7..2 110 93 150 .0 12.61 103 11..73 21 12. - 180 176.8 21 40 54 . . . . 23 . . . - 20 20. 370 56 56. . . kW min-1 Selection Tables 10 kNm X. .8 54 53 72 . . . . . 53 75 . . - 315 295. X3F. . . .72 4. . .36 8. 97 150 .34 136 11. . . 48 59 .3 12.4 12. . . 48 67 .44 155 11. . 36 . . X4F. . . .4 23.7 150 90 145 .15 109 11. 66 92 . 57 72 .8 19 41 55 . - 315 295. . .8 19 43 54 . .9 135 . . . . X3F. . 37 . . . . .46 3. . . 69 125 . . .8 14 37 . . . - 112 122. 32 .28 74 12.72 5.83 78 11. 50 69 . 49 66 . . .8 4 24 . . 53 67 . .8 11 33 . . 66 120 . . .8 29 52 64 . 56 80 .5 30. . 42 52 . . . .15 131 11. 28 . X2F.06 43 12. . . .68 7. .23 7.8 25 45 61 .90 32 12. . . . 30 . .01 3.8 18 38 47 . . . 40 41. . . - 22. - 140 147.F. . .26 34 12. . . . - 125 129. . 30 . . 73 110 . . . 23 .8 45 51 63 . 40 . . .68 6. . 370 56 56. - 100 107. .8 40 53 72 . . . . . . . . . .35 3. - 180 176. . . . .53 65 12. 55 68 . . . .8 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6. - 80 78. .12 8. .8 33 46 63 . . . - 12.18 34 12. - 7.8 8 29 . . . 28 . 342 100 88 130 . . . . . . . . - 355 336. - 125 129. 83 120 .

.7 12. . . . .8 14 35 . . . . .73 19 12. 42 . .8 17 39 .68 12 12.1 210 78 180 . . .8 86 63 110 . 29 . . . . *) 90 . . . 51 56 75 . 46 77 . 31 . 34 . . 31 .8 9 27 . 59 .8 32 43 72 . 38 . - 86 91 282 45 47. *) 145 . . 68 140 . *) 130 . . .9 105 66 115 . . 50 84 . . 60 50 12. . . 52 88 .23 14 12. . X2F. .18 51 12. *) 130 .4 97 68 120 . . .8 165 92 170 . . 89 . . 32 . 30 . . . .8 20 36 . - 11. 89 14 14. . . 33 . . . .48 23 12. . .8 37 49 45 71 . . . . . - 125 129. .72 6. 342 170 89 185 .7 185 88 165 . . . . . . . .6 155 93 190 . . 45 69 . . 54 92 . .90 49 12. - 25 25. . . . .0 125 85 170 .5 230 94 185 . . . . . .8 8 29 . . - 22. 37 . 49 89 . . . . .8 97 62 105 . 35 . *) 160 . . . . . . 26 . . . . . . . .8 44 50 85 . . .73 32 12.83 36 .8 53 57 97 105 . - 12. . . 160 154.8 20 38 . - 250 246. . . 36 . . 35 . .8 12. 61 110 . .5 30. 79 354 14 14.45 43 12. . .6 175 . . 54 98 .15 164 11. .. . 36 . . . - 180 176. . .8 21 40 . . . . .4 12. .20 176 11. . . - 125 129.26 89 10.8 50 50 84 89 . . . . kW Selection Tables min-1 X. .7 140 82 165 . . . 40 83 . .. .68 9. *) 135 . .5 71 56 97 99 . . 40 . .8 28 47 72 . 39 . - 355 336. . . . 37 . . . *) 99 . . . .F120. .8 71 62 96 . .01 6. 43 . . . . 39 61 . . . . - 80 78.1 7. . 60 110 . . . . . - 35. 51 88 . . 64 12. . 66 105 .8 42 48 44 70 . - 250 246. 27 . . - 63 65. . . .48 14 12. 288 200 205. . . . - 71 74. . . *) 185 . - 355 336. . .04 187 11. .70 58 12. . 36 . . . . .8 10 29 . . . . - 9 9. 32 . . . - 18 18. 41 .90 58 12. .8 67 55 84 . 31 . . .30 7.2 11. . . . . . - 28 29. . .18 32 12.04 224 10. - 140 147. . 41 155 . 44 79 . . 52 63 65. 82 175 .3 12. . . . - 20 20. - 22. . . *) *) . . . .8 17 37 . - 315 295. *) 170 . . . . 346 49. 80 . .5 85 . .20 147 11. . 74 180 . - → 153 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. . - 31. . . . . .61 103 12. . .2 185 . - 35. 63 115 . . . .8 16 35 . - 100 107. . . .8 9 30 . - 18 18..8 8 28 . .9 170 . 52 89 .1 12. . - 16 16. - 180 176. . . 38 . 160 154..48 27 12.4 250 94 195 . 288 200 205. 46 70 . 63 100 . . . . .61 129 11. . . . . 41 63 . . 86 160 . . .06 78 11. . 68 110 . . . . . . - 112 122. . . . . 42 . . . 80 165 .70 70 12. .8 9 28 . . 41 71 . .61 155 11. . . . . . 56 145 . . 45 70 . . 35.8 28 44 74 .28 92 12. - 8 8. . . . 44 68 . . .83 30 12. . *) 105 . 85 190 . . . .F120. . . . *) 10 10. .8 12 32 . . X4F.01 5. . . . 43 79 . . .. 35 . . - 90 89. . 59 100 .5 12. . . . . *) 105 .36 15 12.44 280 10. .3 12. . . . .8 59 55 46 77 . .. . . .. 276 185 86 190 . . . 84 155 . . 28 . - 20 20.8 11 33 .1 12.8 6 26 .. 66 135 . .2 175 . - 28 29. . . 29 . 63 140 .8 23 43 65 . 44 98 . . .26 51 12. . . . 86 175 .12 10 12. .8 60 57 96 .26 62 12. . . . 65 120 . X3F. . . .8 81 55 96 .46 5. . 38 . . . . 10 7. 346 49. 36 . 370 56. .9 88 65 100 . . . 26 . . . . . 34 . . . 29 .61 123 11.26 74 10. .3 6.73 26 12.06 65 12.3 185 . 32 . . . *) 135 . 32 . 58 90 . 51 81 . .5 12. . . .63 20 12.28 111 11. .1 7. . 40 69 . .18 38 . Series 159 ..09 8. 52 370 56 56. . 93 16 16. . . .8 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6. 350 224 233. . . 35.72 7.8 81 61 94 .44 233 11.8 50 55 85 . . - 71 74. . . . . - 25 25. . . .8 7 26 .9 260 81 205 . .85 6.4 23. . . .8 16 33 . . - 112 122. . kW 9 9. .3 280 84 185 . . .46 6. . . .2 11. . . 32 . . . . 45 76 . . 350 224 233. . . 80 170 . . 205 95 185 .8 9 32 . - 374 280 281. 282 47. . . . - 90 89.8 kNm 6.8 24 39 . . X2F.23 12 12. 51 140 . 354 135 94 170 .4 12. 39 . - X. .5 12. . .35 4. . .63 17 12. 30 . . . 44 92 . .4 125 82 150 . . - 276 11. . 40 82 . . .8 26 42 63 . . 28 .8 14 32 . X4F.35 5. 42 90 . 47 140 . - 31.15 197 11.54 24 12.0 180 .8 . . - 315 295. . . .7 320 *) 200 . . . 34 . .5 30.30 8. 50 90 . . . . . . . .83 117 11. . . - 374 280 281. .8 10 31 . . X3F. . . 51 80 . . *) 130 . 47 80 . 51 86 .48 17 12. 74 10 10. .8 34 49 82 .09 10 12.8 110 85 155 . 28 . - 50 74 .0 85 67 105 .F. .8 32 47 72 . .83 140 11. . . - 45 12. .45 36 12. . 45 78 . .. . - 80 78. . 31 . 35 .53 81 12. 69 150 . . . 42 95 . .3 6. 342 150 91 165 . 32 . .53 97 12. . .7 12. . 56 175 . . - 7. . - 140 147. . . . .3 12. .8 12 32 .1 12. *) 175 . 28 . . 51 78 . . . . helical gear units kNm 10 X.18 43 12. . 56 88 . 27 . 55 40 41.54 20 12. .5 12. . *) 170 . .8 285 75 210 . . . .n1 = 1800 1/min 12. . . . . . 34 . . kNm 230 80 200 . . .n1 = 1500 1/min 12. .8 38 49 82 . - 1/min 8 8.4 23. 56 40 41. . 62 99 . - 100 107. . . . . . .36 12 12.85 7. . .73 23 12.34 204 11.. . . .8 14 34 . . . 50 77 .8 44 56 .4 12. 79 .. . . . *) *) .34 245 10. .12 12 12. 52 90 . 45 79 . . .

. . . 53 65 . .5 16. . .0 34 54 67 . 78 130 . . - 140 152. . . . . . . . . .35 59 15. 33 . 38 . . . 38 .4 170 110 165 . .5 70 68 93 . 30 .06 149 14. .0 54 61 75 . 165 100 165 . . 100 145 . . .6 16. . . *) 130 . . 58 82 . Series .6 135 100 155 . - 11. . . . . 70 86 .11 52 16.29 19 16. 36 . . 51 69 . . . . . 71 98 .54 6. . . . . 25 . .48 33 16. . . 200 193. - 90 92.0 19 45 56 . . 52 65 . . . . .35 49 15. 32 . 34 . . . 105 180 . . . 70 145 . . . . . . . .0 40 57 77 . . .0 5 26 .32 47 13. . - 160 161. .0 21 46 57 . . 46 62 .0 57 64 88 . - 140 152. . . . . . . .4 16. . . . - 80 81. . . . . . 53 140 . . 288 250 256. 91 145 .9 100 99 145 . 81 120 . . - 400 369. .0 8 31 . .2 11..6 170 . .4 23. . 31 . - 224 219. 41 . . .0 45 54 67 . 52 65 . .44 2. .75 78 14.0 12 36 . . 39 . . - 450 419.54 7. . . X3F. . . . 47 58 . 288 250 256.77 11 16. 34 . . . .0 25 48 59 . . 57 81 .75 17 16. 276 130 95 155 . . . 26 . .F130. 59 82 . . .84 20 16. 58 72 . - X. . .0 89 90 140 . - 22. . . X4F. . X2F. . . . 87 140 . . .0 19 43 58 .0 22 47 64 . .76 42 15.12 31 16. .0 48 57 78 . . .4 16.2 105 95 150 .41 12 16. . 85 125 . . - 35. 44 55 . - 9 9. - 276 14 14. . . - 100 98. .46 4. . .96 13 16. . .12 37 16. . 110 170 . 80 135 . . 90 130 . . .3 190 105 160 . 50 61 . . 31 . 105 185 .05 119 14. . . . . . . . . . - 40 38. . . 60 83 .9 16. .05 100 14. . . . . .35 7.48 83 14.22 55 15.9 16. .2 16. . 82 125 . 38 .6 58 65 81 . . 60 82 . . . . .15 131 14. . . - 450 419. - 400 369. 98 145 . .81 23 16. . . . . .0 6 27 . 54 74 . . . 33 . 46 64 . . . . . . . 57 72 .9 16. . . . . . . 35 . .6 16. .0 10 33 .4 16. . .0 5 27 . . .. . 282 56 58. kW min-1 Selection Tables 10 kNm X.35 5. . .0 14 38 . . . .0 7 30 . . . . - 374 355 350. .0 5 25 . . 93 135 . . . .29 16 16. . . .9 160 . 45 56 .35 6.5 32. .7 16. - 315 308. .85 15 16. 77 140 . 42 57 .87 23 16. 28 . . - 11. .5 36. . . X4F.87 27 16. 370 71 70.41 105 14. . . . . - 28 28. 78 115 . 66 92 .0 16 41 50 . . .0 9 31 . .9 16. 61 77 . 47 58 . 350 280 291. . . . . 98 12. 52 73 . . 61 77 . . 48 67 .9 16. . . . 346 63 62. 76 135 .7 150 96 155 . .56 3. . 97 16 16. 61 84 .4 23. . 71 98 . . .0 4 25 . . 86 130 . . . 52 64 . - → 153 160 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 31 . . . 29 . 41 50 .3 230 105 175 . .F130.5 12. . 36 . . . .7 125 95 140 . . . 31 .35 8. . 34 . - 374 355 350. . . - 180 183. 28 .4 16. 58 73 .0 8 32 . . 41 56 .0 18 42 51 ..F. . . 52 70 . . . 82 130 .62 31 16. . . . 49 60 . - 45 43. . . .59 6. . - 12. 282 56 58.47 6. . . .75 14 16. .43 2.0 48 62 77 . - 10 10. . 27 . 110 165 . 83 130 . . 59 73 . - 31. 55 75 . .0 35 57 78 . . . . 35 . . . 65 81 . .62 26 16. 30 .9 16. . . .6 99 87 135 . . 46 62 . 69 86 . . - 10 10. . . .0 29 50 68 . 58 72 .1 16.0 7 28 . . 53 66 . . . 83 140 . .0 6 28 .. . - 224 219.0 16 39 . . 99 145 .2 16. . . . . .32 2. 52 72 . . . . - 315 308. 68 135 . . . .96 11 16. . . . .11 43 16. - 25 25.. 93 175 .56 3. . 48 66 . . . . 32 . .41 10 16.44 2.59 7. . . . . - 80 81. . . . 50 51.59 5. . - 16 16. . 200 193. . .5 16.63 3.. . . .5 155 105 155 . . . - 18 18. 28 . .8 160 . . . .04 62 14. .5 36. . . . .32 39 13. 342 120 96 155 . 54 74 . . .0 40 55 68 . . 34 . .6 82 84 120 .0 7 31 . . . 26 . . .32 3. . .2 16. - 31. . 350 280 291. . - 100 98. . . - 125 134.77 8.15 109 14. . .4 205 110 185 . . 44 54 .. .47 5.4 16.. 83 140 . X2F.48 69 14. 27 . . X3F. - 125 134.2 11.0 28 49 60 .7 16. . 45 55 . 59 73 . - 20 20. . . - 45 43. .5 59 65 81 . 29 . . . . . 39 . . . . - 90 92. 99 160 . 40 49 .n1 = 1000 1/min 16 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 8 8. 50 51. . 30 .0 6 26 . - 35. . . . . - 14 14. 29 . .0 74 87 125 . 61 86 . 105 160 . - 28 28. . 54 73 .2 16.75 94 14.76 35 15. . 97 160 .5 16. 75 130 .0 11 35 . . . . .0 11 33 . .48 27 16. 32 .6 70 68 92 .2 90 98 145 . 61 86 .46 3. . . . 100 354 18 18. 67 93 .85 12 16. 47 63 . . . . . 94 150 . helical gear units X.84 17 16.43 3.0 54 56 77 .5 32.06 124 14. . 36 . - 22. . . - 20 20. 40 . 66 82 . .5 12. . . . 34 . . . . . 42 . 370 71 70. 35 . 32 .. . .0 13 35 . . .0 13 37 .22 66 15. . . . . .59 4. 37 . 27 . . . . . . .41 88 14. . 346 63 62.2 16..5 185 110 175 . - 25 25.0 10 33 .0 11 33 .0 6 30 . . . .0 65 63 86 .0 30 55 68 . . 28 . . . . . . 25 . .n1 = 1200 1/min 16 kNm 8 8. .0 25 48 65 . . - 180 183. . 51 64 . . . 27 . 82 140 . . . . . . - 160 161. . . .8 110 94 135 . . . .04 75 14.9 16. - 112 111. - 40 38. 342 94 135 . - 112 111. .. .63 4. . . - 9 9. . . .81 19 16. . . .0 33 51 69 . .0 21 43 59 . . 354 93 135 . . . .. . . . .

44 .59 9. . - 140 152.96 19 16. .8 16.43 4. . . . . 49 105 . . . 36 . 31 . . . . . .75 25 16.0 32 47 79 . 48 73 . .8 140 89 175 . 30 . 36 . . 71 115 .9 190 .32 4. . . 288 250 256.0 16. 89 195 . .35 11 16. . .35 74 15.44 4. - 112 111. . .F. . . . . . . . .76 63 14. 68 125 . . 43.0 28 49 75 . .1 16. . . . . . 200 193. .0 7 28 . . . . - 315 308. .5 230 105 200 .85 18 16. 29 .29 24 16. . 350 280 291. . 43. . . . . 31 . .75 141 14. 36 .8 265 92 220 .3 16. . - 45 91 . . . . 35 . . .. .84 25 16. . . 55 87 . . .0 9 30 . . . . 54 92 . . . . 66 120 . . . . *) 200 . . . 57 97 .11 78 15. . .0 190 . . . . . .0 44 54 91 . . 64 63 16. 63 . . . . 39 . X3F. . . . . .2 11.56 4. . . 48 98 .62 47 16. 43 67 . 73 155 . - 450 419. . kW Selection Tables min-1 X. 75 150 . . .0 16 36 . 55 80 81. 38 . ..0 26 46 69 . 10 9 9.6 16. . .41 158 13. . . .0 81 65 100 . . . .04 112 14. . . . .3 16. .3 16. . .0 12 35 . . . .81 35 16. . . . 46 . . . - 16 16.2 11. . . - 400 369.0 20 41 . 346 62. . . . . 71 16 16. 32 . . . . . . 34 . .4 23.1 92 66 115 . . . . 69 125 .0 28 46 78 . . . 41 . . .2 180 . . .46 5. .7 185 96 180 . 56 97 . *) 135 . 62 97 . - 14 14. .8 165 95 175 . . 47 85 . . 90 165 . . *) 120 . 44 160 .46 6. 49 99 . . .n1 = 1800 1/min 16 kNm 8 8. . .3 16. 49 83 . .0 53 61 105 110 . 80 12. . 30 . . . . *) 175 . helical gear units kNm 10 X. . 200 193.1 16. .0 38 52 87 . . .12 56 15. . . . . - 160 161. . - → 153 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. . 27 .0 71 66 105 .0 34 51 86 . . . . - 31. . - 22. - 40 38.35 7. - 28 28.35 88 14. .9 16. . . 55 94 . . - 140 152.5 36. - 100 98. 49 82 . 342 150 98 175 . 61 50 51. . 53 145 . 35 . . . . . . ..9 185 . 90 180 .12 47 16.5 32. 370 70. .85 22 16. . 30 .0 14 37 . - 125 134. . *) 115 .0 11 35 . .0 32 50 77 . .48 49 15. - 28 28.5 155 96 195 . 33 .15 164 14. - 10 10. . . . 31 . . 32 . .8 16..0 60 61 105 .44 3. . .54 9. *) 115 . 72 155 .8 16. . . .0 21 42 . .0 10 31 . .05 149 14. 47 82 . . Series 161 . . .0 81 60 100 . 276 185 91 195 . .29 29 . .48 41 16.6 125 89 160 . . 37 . . . . 40 . .0 37 52 48 76 . . . . . *) *) . . . .48 104 14. . 54 82 . . . kW 11. . . .0 42 53 49 77 . - 180 183.. . .32 4. .0 16 37 . .0 17 38 . .75 21 16.5 88 70 110 . - 400 369. X4F. - 450 419.0 6 28 . 84 195 . 40 . 48 74 . .48 124 14. 346 62. . .2 16. . 37 . . X2F. . .81 29 16.. . . 41 . . 28 .59 6.59 12 16. . 65 120 . 39 .. . . 282 58. *) 105 . . . . 45 90 . . . . . .2 16. .F130. . . .0 9 33 .F130. X4F. 49 145 . .43 5. 45 . .62 39 16. - 56 16. . . . . . 71 115 . . .87 34 16. . . 40 .22 82 15. 36 . .0 210 88 195 . . . . - 20 20. - 180 183. 48 86 .63 5.05 179 13. 67 105 . 288 250 256. . . - X. . .41 18 16.5 12. . . . . 350 280 291. . . . .59 8. 33 . . 49 160 . - 91 98 282 56 58.7 290 87 230 . . 44 76 . - 90 92. 41 .0 20 38 . 35 . .0 50 55 92 98 .6 180 . . . . . *) 12. .15 197 13. .32 71 12. . . . . .0 14 35 . . . *) 190 . . 68 105 . . 37 . . . . .06 223 13. . .0 8 30 . . . 54 97 . . .8 16. . .. .8 16. *) 140 . .77 13 16.5 32. . . . 85 . - 1/min 10 10.5 12.87 41 16. .56 5.41 15 16. 34 .8 16. 72 145 . . . 34 . . .6 88 70 110 . . 44 .77 16 16. .2 16.3 285 94 200 . 89 354 18 18. . .0 12 35 . 31 . 90 190 . 59 105 . . . . 59 50 51. . - 315 308. 87 .22 99 14. . .0 44 60 . . . .0 14 36 . . . 34 . .76 52 15. 47 73 .0 23 45 68 . . 43 75 . . . . - 90 92. .0 50 59 90 . - 63 81 . . 67 190 . .9 16. . . .. 354 135 97 175 . - 9 9. 53 96 .06 186 14. - 100 98. .1 200 . .. - 160 161. . - 25 25. . . 40 . .75 118 14. kNm 235 85 205 . - 25 25. 96 . . . . - 31. X2F.. . . 48 84 . . . . . .n1 = 1500 1/min 16 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 8 8. . 49 105 . . .84 31 .0 110 92 165 . .32 59 13. 37 . 44 89 . . 205 98 185 . .35 13 16. . . - 45 71 60 105 105 . . - 35. . 34 . . . - 374 355 350. . *) 140 . 43 66 . . . . 63 110 . 60 155 . . .0 8 29 . . . X3F. 30 . 60 95 . - 224 219. . . . . . - 11. .47 8. . .5 36. .63 7. . . . . 37 . . *) 180 . . .0 9 29 . . 41 . . *) *) . . 57 97 . . . - 40 38. . . .4 255 105 210 . *) 140 . . . 94 170 .6 325 *) 220 . . .96 16 16. . . .0 10 34 . . .0 24 43 . 65 160 . . - 80 81. 49 75 . .0 9 31 . - 112 111. 90 180 . . . . . - 276 14 14.04 94 14.0 17 40 . .5 130 92 180 . .. 50 85 . .54 11 16. . .0 . . 54 86 . . 342 170 97 195 . 55 92 .9 100 71 120 . . . . 53 81 . - 35. . . . . . . . 27 . . . .11 65 16.9 85 67 115 .0 59 59 50 83 .41 131 14.47 9. . . . . . . . . .4 23.1 16. . .35 9.0 68 59 90 . . 87 185 . 56 71 80 . 67 195 . . . 96 20 20. - 224 219. - 22.5 99 71 125 . - 374 355 350. . . 57 370 71 70. - 125 134. . 97 18 18. 54 91 . .

.0 22 45 . 190 205 80 40 42.1 22. 76 88 56 70 .63 23 . 85 110 100 107.61 182 20. .14 41 22. .7 22.95 93 22.0 205 115 185 .16 12 22. 160 190 22.0 105 84 115 . 79 93 90 86. 305 365 78 160 .0 25 51 . . 54 . 150 170 25 27.30 22 22. 37 .0 12 38 . 125 150 69 98 . 61 .4 22. 350 410 *) 150 . 53 . 96 110 346 51.49 73 22.31 3. .0 215 125 185 . 230 280 342 115 170 .21 18 22. 60 . . 92 110 71 70. 32 . . 44 . 85 105 90 86. 35 .80 46 21.8 22. 345 425 *) 165 .0 125 91 125 .80 8. 65 . 94 115 65 89 .4 23. 88 100 63 78 . 45 .1 7.0 11 39 . 290 365 *) 165 . .57 12 22.7 22.0 160 120 190 . 48 . 37 .70 5.07 141 20. 52 .F140.n1 = 1000 1/min 22 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6. 46 . 46 . 49 . 44 . 61 . 50 . 260 315 97 160 .25 44 22.0 98 86 115 .0 9 35 . 350 224 224.87 3. 220 285 96 165 .1 7. 410 470 120 200 . 250 270 93 115 .5 12. 105 120 68 84 . 380 475 8 8. 57 - 140 139. . . 285 355 68 165 . 50 . 105 125 89 95 282 45 45.F140. 32 . 40 .0 9 35 . 245 310 84 165 . 47 . 84 . 288 200 210..92 8. .11 3.0 43 66 63 79 .5 94 .7 22. 50 . 185 210 80 50 22. 78 .5 33. 140 170 73 105 . 160 185 72 370 56 55.0 13 41 . X4F. 44 - 374 280 273.0 27 50 . 47 .11 4. 140 150 70 86 . 240 265 87 120 .. 38 .80 55 21.8 130 89 120 .7 340 125 220 . 100 125 80 80. 570 630 10 10. 81 100 58 80 .0 21 49 .3 6. 47 .78 137 22.3 22. 225 295 100 175 .89 92 22.1 22. . 220 235 87 110 . 44 .0 . 55 .0 56 68 92 98 . 315 385 X2F. 230 305 20 21. 380 465 *) 110 . 47 . 52 .31 3. . . 52 - 180 175. 160 163. .0 230 125 185 . 290 370 11. ..0 8 34 . 395 485 *) 125 . 190 205 78 98 . . .5 81 79 105 115 . 145 160 78 99 . 360 430 8 8.9 22. 57 .0 28 58 72 .89 110 22. 46 .0 43 68 92 ..0 34 66 82 . 53 . 225 295 18 17. .52 34 22. 53 . 38 .25 37 22. 155 185 76 110 .0 17 44 .0 68 74 100 . 84 . 54 . 49 .53 3. 160 185 73 100 . 42 . 670 750 *) 215 .69 17 22. 130 150 76 96 . 59 .0 18 43 .1 22. 43 .7 285 135 200 . 35 .. 38 . 81 100 57 79 . 80 94 100 107.0 53 72 . 660 720 130 220 . 140 155 71 88 . 40 . 125 150 68 96 .0 11 37 . 115 130 62 77 .11 18 22. 350 224 224. 160 195 25 27. 42 . 700 780 *) 225 .22 36 22. 275 300 94 130 .92 7.0 67 76 70 88 . 135 155 31. 43 . .85 72 22. 44 - 315 320. 49 .0 135 115 170 . 68 . 115 145 282 45. 64 - 125 130. 620 690 110 425 10 10. 61 . 44 . 92 105 88 . X4F.85 7. 99 120 63 88 . 130 145 74 94 .3 22. . 110 135 70 97 . 270 330 276 11. 210 260 105 160 . 40 .0 115 195 . .0 18 42 . 36 . 225 275 99 155 . 64 - 112 114. 240 310 16 16. 49 . . .57 15 22. 57 . 49 - 180 175. . 99 125 71 70.0 7 32 .3 6.31 51 22. 100 130 346 51. . 265 320 12. 430 490 115 195 .0 33 61 82 . 345 415 7.0 170 120 175 .78 114 22.8 110 86 105 . . .31 43 22. kW min-1 Selection Tables 10 kNm X. 38 - 355 342. 56 . 75 88 56 69 . . . 225 275 354 115 165 .21 146 21. 99 125 64 89 .0 270 135 210 .. 38 - X. 140 210 .0 280 125 210 .0 11 37 . 240 305 86 165 . . 400 460 120 195 . 205 230 82 40 42. . 46 - 250 256. 54 - 140 139. 205 250 100 155 .n1 = 1200 1/min 22 kNm 6. 115 135 35. 145 170 22.3 330 135 210 . . 185 210 78 105 .0 23 48 . 44 . 115 130 100 . 315 375 86 170 . 40 .80 10 22. 125 155 X3F. 49 . 115 140 45 63 75 100 110 . 110 125 50 80 . .. 305 370 9 8. 57 . 35 . 41 . . 125 155 35. helical gear units X. .7 22. 600 670 100 215 . 42 - 374 280 273. 360 430 *) 165 .49 61 22. 115 130 69 86 .2 10.0 15 40 . 105 120 69 86 . . 215 270 20 21. .F.13 4. 375 420 125 180 . 35 . 49 - 250 256. 140 170 75 105 . 245 342 220 115 190 . 220 265 98 150 .21 122 21.14 34 22. . 60 - 112 114. 55 . 120 135 X3F. 145 175 31. 405 450 14 13.87 4.0 9 34 . 485 540 125 195 .95 77 22. . . . . 125 145 65 88 . 49 . 145 165 80 100 . .07 170 20.0 225 . 45 .0 46 65 62 78 . . . 34 . .. 47 . .0 14 41 ..36 24 22.5 22. 40 - → 153 162 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.0 36 60 81 .0 72 74 92 .11 15 22.36 9. 43 .18 98 22. 78 .5 33. .0 56 71 87 . 160 163. 240 265 89 125 .22 30 22. 280 276 260 125 205 . 40 . 65 .70 4.6 22. 37 . 61 - 125 130. 49 .0 88 81 100 . 37 . 110 135 69 95 .9 380 130 245 . 37 . 35 . 42 . . 34 . 48 . 140 175 28 29.63 19 22. . .63 57 22. 530 590 115 210 . .2 22. .0 180 120 175 . 43 . . 35.7 22. 41 .85 9. .9 315 145 225 . 210 260 18 17.0 170 115 185 . . 365 460 7.0 21 46 .. 115 130 62 76 . 288 200 210. . .0 82 83 100 .4 23. 39 . 35. 68 .52 28 22. 95 120 66 91 . .00 5. 91 105 86 . 35 . 270 300 91 125 .13 5. 40 - 355 342. 220 235 85 105 . 335 410 *) 155 . 325 135 230 . 105 130 63 66.0 8 32 . 325 415 9 8.0 30 57 70 . 41 .53 2.. 160 190 78 110 .0 41 69 94 .0 120 210 . 73 . Series . 265 320 96 160 . . 46 .3 22. 54 .21 22 22.0 36 65 80 . .9 22. 170 185 76 94 . 170 185 77 . 150 160 70 56 82 .5 12. . 39 . 335 X2F. 41 . . 395 440 16 16.63 68 22. 150 175 73 99 .0 .0 105 88 110 . 93 110 80 80. 630 690 115 205 .6 22. 135 150 28 29. 150 160 71 63 66. 510 580 360 12.61 151 20. 365 410 120 175 . 97 115 370 55.65 7.16 14 22.65 6.0 145 115 165 .85 87 22. 53 .18 118 22. 73 . . 38 . 125 145 64 87 . 60 .2 10. 150 175 74 100 . 46 .5 22. 250 265 90 115 .7 22. 205 230 80 110 ..00 6. 44 . . 42 - 315 320. . . 445 500 315 354 14 13. 39 . . . 560 610 125 200 . .36 11 22. 88 105 64 80 .0 86 77 105 .0 17 43 .69 14 22.3 395 120 235 . 470 520 125 190 .36 28 22.0 14 40 . 45 . .9 22. 49 .0 52 69 94 .30 26 22.

51 . 110 150 80 80. . 170 230 49 125 . kNm 460 *) 285 .2 10. 71 . 51 . 445 520 115 215 .0 155 93 145 . 225 270 80 140 . . . 40 . 160 163. 155 200 28 29.63 85 22.0 22 44 . 51 . 120 160 68 110 . 330 500 1/min 8 8.78 171 22. 560 650 83 225 .52 42 22. 46 - → 153 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. . kW Selection Tables min-1 X. 56 - 250 256. helical gear units kNm 10 X. 48 . 185 250 *) 125 . 340 465 *) 105 .4 23.0 260 110 235 . 76 .14 51 22. 310 420 276 11. 61 .0 415 *) 260 . 56 . 47 . 43 - 355 342. 435 560 *) *) . 285 340 83 155 . 45 . 485 570 98 14 13. 53 . 38 . 135 190 45 22. 69 .11 27 22. .30 33 22.0 61 75 125 .0 17 42 . 125 165 120 125 282 45 45. 97 145 90 86.22 45 22.3 6. 310 450 276 390 *) 255 . 165 225 46 120 .92 13 22.0 16 43 .14 62 22.89 165 22. 46 .13 8. 155 195 69 115 . .. . 51 . 170 200 75 115 . 140 170 66 100 . 37 .87 6.0 350 110 235 .0 160 87 150 . 265 350 *) 170 .0 69 71 63 100 .6 22. .65 11 22.21 33 22. 350 510 X2F.80 16 22. 160 225 28 29. . 41 . 370 475 *) *) . 43 . 40 .0 215 . 270 395 16 16.. 475 550 100 16 16.0 200 120 220 .0 215 .0 11 36 .61 272 19.5 12. 69 - 125 130.11 7.52 51 22. 620 770 *) *) .0 78 74 125 . 135 180 35.2 22. 47 . . 44 . . 140 205 X3F. 260 380 18 17. 50 - 315 320. 350 224 224. 43 . 61 - 140 139. 120 170 346 51.1 7.25 55 22. . 51 . 50 - 374 280 273. 46 .80 69 21.18 177 22.30 40 .5 33. 265 305 86 140 . 300 345 89 145 .0 25 46 . 435 590 *) *) . 61 . 65 . . 135 180 X3F. .80 13 22.1 7. 195 240 75 130 .0 34 53 . 320 460 11.0 14 38 .85 108 22. 475 580 94 235 . . 95 135 59 105 .0 130 81 140 . 180 250 22. 410 530 *) *) . 44 .85 11 22.F140. .. Series 163 . . 245 295 77 40 42.3 495 *) 260 . 265 365 342 275 110 215 . . . 58 .. 380 490 *) 105 . 390 520 8 8. . 52 .0 230 . 41 .0 110 80 125 . .0 230 . 47 .0 185 94 165 . 230 265 81 40 42.6 22. 250 340 80 185 . .7 425 *) 250 . 57 . . . 335 490 kW 9 8.0 65 72 64 105 .F140. 260 355 354 255 110 215 . 99 .0 17 41 .0 65 73 125 . 38 . 40 . .0 44 62 95 . 600 710 *) 230 .8 165 91 140 . 65 . 250 350 20 21. 69 - 112 114. 225 275 81 50 22. 88 120 59 93 . 66 . 415 560 *) *) .3 22.6 22. 230 265 79 125 . 47 - 374 280 273.85 14 22.70 8. 170 205 77 120 . .31 64 22. . 80 . 85 .0 33 49 . 49 .25 66 22. 175 225 25 27. 125 160 69 110 . 285 340 81 150 . .0 . 50 . 310 475 10 7. 115 165 61 115 .5 22.36 17 22.0 28 47 . 160 230 31. . . 288 200 210.0 11 36 . 155 205 31. 80 . 88 120 58 91 .0 13 39 . 65 . 125 170 50 110 .0 50 65 110 . 53 . 265 390 20 21. 190 255 *) 125 . .0 130 86 135 . 650 760 *) 10 10. 115 165 71 70..F. 48 . 270 360 *) 170 .85 130 22.0 14 39 . 58 - 180 175.9 475 *) 275 .31 77 22. . 52 . . 42 . 180 215 74 56 110 . 47 - 315 320.n1 = 1500 1/min 22 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6. . 570 660 *) 225 . 105 145 71 70.49 91 22.0 16 41 .0 42 63 97 .5 33.11 23 22. 44 .0 13 38 . 120 170 63 66. 325 420 *) 155 . 660 790 *) 10 10. 630 760 *) 190 . . 62 . X4F.63 102 22. 69 .0 31 50 . 92 .95 116 22.3 6.00 8. . . 130 185 64 120 . 86 . 315 415 *) 160 . 185 230 77 130 ..70 6.7 22.1 22.0 27 46 . 70 .63 29 22.6 22. . 195 240 74 370 56 55. 350 475 *) *) . . 44 . 64 . 92 125 100 107.31 5. 680 780 *) 190 .95 139 22. 280 400 342 330 95 235 . 355 475 X2F.22 54 22. 44 .21 219 20. 345 465 9 8. 205 240 80 125 . 42 ..16 21 22.9 22. 47 . . 72 - 112 114. 175 220 64 120 . 59 . .49 109 22. 57 .18 147 22. 57 . 180 215 75 63 66.69 21 22.2 10.69 25 22. 290 405 *) 165 . 500 600 *) 225 . 110 145 115 .00 10 22.5 125 . .0 230 . 42 .0 54 71 110 . 410 550 *) *) .5 120 82 140 145 . . 46 . . 49 .0 215 115 210 . 265 305 88 140 . . . 135 190 282 45. 350 224 224. 98 145 100 107. 110 160 67 120 .0 240 115 240 . .0 41 54 . X4F. 450 540 115 225 .0 21 45 . 185 230 78 135 . 180 250 25 27.4 23. .57 22 22. 52 .0 83 73 125 130 . . .89 138 22.0 150 89 155 . 45 - 355 342.07 255 19.. 110 150 346 51.92 11 22. 39 . 58 . 285 395 *) 165 .. 170 220 22. 145 200 50 115 . 145 200 48 110 . 49 . . .0 79 78 . . 44 .0 100 78 135 . . 405 110 260 . 135 175 62 105 . 59 .07 212 20. 110 160 66 115 . 155 200 67 120 . 245 330 73 180 . 155 200 66 115 . . 105 140 66 105 . 58 .0 26 48 . 63 .21 27 22.0 95 80 135 145 . 580 720 *) *) . 52 . 43 . 300 410 12.36 42 22.n1 = 1800 1/min 22 kNm 6. 56 . . 40 .16 17 22. . 135 175 130 . 130 185 65 125 . 140 200 35. 40 .0 210 . 57 . 110 145 115 ..6 195 91 160 . . 35 . 43 . 175 220 67 125 .65 9. 325 385 85 165 .80 83 21.0 100 81 63 110 . . 580 690 *) 12. 55 . . . 110 150 370 55.0 19 45 . 94 135 58 105 .0 38 55 . 155 195 68 115 . 395 530 *) *) . .31 4. 77 . 485 590 100 245 .61 227 20. 205 245 81 . 55 . 720 830 *) 210 .63 35 . 245 295 76 140 .87 5. 91 125 90 86.0 22. 35. 160 163. 73 - 125 130.0 125 88 135 . 61 . . 320 380 81 160 . . 35.53 5. 43 . 43 - X.0 32 53 . 53 - 250 256. 39 . 92 .0 53 64 110 .21 183 21.8 540 *) 295 .7 22. 52 . 71 .4 22.13 7. . 245 340 18 17.0 51 72 110 .53 4.0 22. 72 . 105 140 67 105 . 52 .5 12. 99 .0 85 77 120 . 520 620 *) 354 14 13. 64 - 140 139. 51 . . 140 170 67 105 .11 5. .0 305 99 235 . 305 345 92 150 . 56 - 180 175. 115 165 60 110 .0 325 115 235 . .2 560 *) 275 . 640 740 *) 220 .78 205 21. 55 .. 53 .57 19 22. .36 14 22. 37 . 43 .36 35 22. 270 385 *) 190 . 48 . 115 170 80 80..0 21 44 . 55 . 35 . 365 495 7. 288 200 210.5 480 *) 270 . 265 375 *) 185 . . . . 47 .

5 205 130 210 .5 22 49 . . 23 27. . 330 400 354 18 17. 110 145 45 44. 39 - X.6 27.15 9. 42 - 400 397.07 12 27. 62 . 175 195 95 120 . 40 .5 17 45 .5 23 51 . 115 130 75 92 .9 315 150 225 .5 72 82 100 .5 68 79 105 . 49 .5 21 49 . 43 . . . 43 . 87 105 370 15 27. 68 .91 14 27.1 27.96 2.93 55 27.64 79 27. . 125 145 87 110 . 46 - 315 318.10 12 27.5 14 43 . 38 . . 43 .5 195 . 97 115 95 . . 165 220 110 165 .25 4.99 34 27. 340 395 135 205 . 180 260 25 27. 48 . 52 - 224 217.5 175 125 195 .66 17 27. . .0 27. 430 495 130 225 .17 27 27.63 4. 80 95 67 83 .77 7. 71 85 61 75 .58 2.54 89 27. 235 335 X2F. 36 . .19 118 27.5 125 98 135 . .33 18 27.5 56 73 99 . 49 - 315 318.. X4F.5 9 38 . 170 220 110 165 . 42 . 115 130 80 82. 105 125 45 44. 115 135 83 105 . 76 91 125 133. . 58 .51 6.2 27.5 17 47 . 285 350 125 205 . 225 305 78 180 . 60 - 140 142. 105 125 X3F. . 85 110 69 95 .0 27. 44 . 205 235 100 140 . 39 - 450 425.5 9 36 . .F150. 255 325 *) 170 .9 27. . 53 . 105 125 70 95 . 44 .5 88 90 110 . 110 140 75 105 .5 52 72 98 . .07 10.F150. 78 100 64 88 . 82 97 66 74 91 . 55 . 38 . 88 105 346 16 27. 73 88 62 77 . 200 280 20 20. 39 . 210 270 110 175 . 53 . 88 150 77 105 . 97 110 67 82 .63 5.48 49 27. 345 405 140 210 .96 3. 46 .4 21. 150 165 50 52. 395 475 12.5 27.0 125 98 135 . 160 50 52.5 11 41 . 120 145 77 105 . 56 .5 235 135 200 . 43 - 374 355 340. 49 - 224 217.24 33 27. 135 165 85 120 . 45 . 75 98 62 86 . 135 75 105 . 37 .5 kNm 8 8. 45 - 400 397.0 27.3 27. 145 170 84 115 .5 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 8 8. 51 .6 27.64 95 27.5 27. .. 42 .5 105 94 115 . 205 265 110 175 .5 33.5 68 81 95 .5 18 45 .5 41 72 97 . 185 260 22. 125 160 35. 74 .5 220 135 200 .54 74 27. 66 .5 220 135 220 . 42 . 50 . 110 130 72 97 .5 9 38 . 200 203. . 49 .5 33 65 88 .. .8 27. 100 120 75 86 105 . 235 310 11. 270 365 *) 140 . .5 25 53 . 120 145 78 105 . 130 155 28 28. . 365 445 130 225 .6 27.79 137 25.5 21 51 . 200 203.5 27. 290 360 125 210 .5 15 43 . 59 . .85 35 27..5 12. 51 . 42 .5 12.5 87 85 115 .n1 = 1200 1/min 27. 36 . kW min-1 Selection Tables 10 kNm X. 87 110 68 94 . 47 .96 4.3 27.51 7. 260 330 *) 165 . . 39 . 48 . 51 . . 43 .08 44 26.91 110 27.5 36 70 86 . .5 30 64 79 . . 83 100 282 56 56.5 44 73 98 . 93 120 346 115 68 94 . 320 390 130 220 . 350 280 279.43 4. 215 280 276 14 13. . . 59 . 92 110 73 90 . 275 370 *) 130 . 165 190 89 120 . 110 125 74 91 .. 300 350 135 20 20. 430 520 96 235 .5 160 125 195 . 200 275 105 185 . 135 175 28 28. 91 120 90 87.22 58 27.5 135 120 175 . 420 485 135 225 .5 11 40 . 440 530 *) 230 .21 146 25. .79 114 25. 50 . 210 240 100 140 . . . 50 . 83 110 112 107.48 59 27. .24 28 27. 56 .17 100 .81 3. 41 .66 85 ..5 280 135 225 .F. 230 305 X2F. 99 120 63 64.0 105 94 115 . 120 155 82 115 . 46 . 57 - 180 174. 55 .5 11 39 .5 36. 135 150 81 100 .58 3. 39 .96 2. 220 300 82 180 . . .5 19 47 .22 70 27.5 12 41 . 86 105 90 87. . 150 170 87 110 . 41 .. 57 . 270 145 215 . 80 105 125 133. 125 145 87 110 . 230 295 94 175 . 90 115 100 100. 99 170 85 115 .5 28 62 76 . .3 27. 130 370 71 68. . 52 . 48 .5 260 130 225 . . 36 . 38 . 125 160 40 41. . 81 97 68 84 . 405 485 115 235 . 47 . 45 . 58 . . . . 46 . 54 . 195 255 342 185 130 190 .4 27. 54 . 195 270 105 185 .5 36.9 380 135 250 . 85 100 100 100.08 62 27. 41 - → 153 164 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 51 . 190 250 354 170 130 185 . 170 230 25 27.7 27. 46 .21 122 25. 51 . 135 175 31. Series . 34 . 65 . 54 .5 215 .5 47 70 83 . 105 135 282 125 75 105 . 140 235 .2 10. . 270 320 125 185 . . 130 165 85 120 . . 120 140 40 41. 100 115 69 85 . .25 29 27. 57 . 125 150 77 105 . .25 24 27. 55 . 48 .4 330 150 225 . X4F. 180 210 96 130 . 37 . .01 6. 265 315 125 185 . 120 140 35. 190 210 99 125 . 44 . 41 .5 145 120 175 .. 55 . 39 . 34 .5 33. 100 120 76 96 . 235 300 91 175 . 47 .91 11 27.61 23 27.08 75 27.0 27.5 34 69 85 . 51 . 55 - 180 174. 78 94 112 107.08 37 26. 255 330 10 10. 250 335 *) 170 . . 61 . .. 130 150 31.5 64 80 110 . 41 .5 325 120 230 . .5 105 93 125 .5 81 84 115 .81 2. 72 . 255 360 10 10.n1 = 1000 1/min 27. 53 .4 27. .9 27. . 41 . 170 190 94 115 .2 10. 46 .5 36 67 91 . . . 135 150 .15 11 27. .8 27. .. 47 . 41 - 450 425. 62 - 160 162.5 99 92 125 . 120 150 81 115 . 49 . 175 235 22. . . 49 .5 200 . 145 63 64.9 27. 305 360 135 18 17.8 27. . 288 250 260. 54 .4 400 135 250 . 260 365 9 8. .2 345 135 240 . 53 . 120 135 71 68.. 63 - 140 142.5 53 77 93 110 74 92 .19 98 27.5 57 76 93 .07 3.9 27. .77 8. 49 . . 390 450 140 215 . 46 . 105 135 56 56. 46 . 44 . 110 145 X3F. 50 . 220 305 276 135 220 . 43 . 380 440 140 12. . 260 335 9 8.5 9 36 . 245 330 *) 175 . 185 240 110 170 . 288 250 260. 40 .43 3. 350 280 279. 190 245 110 170 . 225 310 14 13.5 13 43 . 58 .25 5. 45 . 38 . . 115 135 82 105 .5 44 69 82 .85 30 27. . 36 .07 3. 69 .. 59 - 160 162.99 41 27. .10 15 27. .12 86 . 195 215 100 125 . .93 46 27. 185 215 96 135 .5 27 54 . 43 . 180 250 105 180 . 45 - 374 355 340.01 5.33 21 27.5 14 43 . 98 125 74 100 . 83 99 67 75 92 . 175 245 105 180 . 91 120 80 82. 44 .91 92 27. 39 . 355 435 16 16.4 21. 210 275 16 16. helical gear units X.5 8 34 .2 285 145 215 .12 19 27. 105 185 88 120 . 86 110 70 96 .5 7 35 .33 7.33 9. . 205 285 342 130 210 . 240 340 11. .5 82 89 110 .5 27. .61 19 27.

44 . 110 155 130 135 282 56 56. 145 195 80 370 71 68. 63 . 44 - X.08 112 27. . 160 200 86 135 . 51 - 374 355 340. 215 375 14 13.93 68 27.48 73 27.5 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 8 8.91 165 26.10 18 27. 52 - 315 318.22 105 27.33 14 27. 350 445 120 18 17. .5 11 39 . .5 215 125 225 . 96 135 100 100.9 27.5 25 49 .10 22 27. 62 .5 34 57 . 51 . 100 160 346 64. 405 120 265 .2 27. . 61 .2 10. 130 165 80 125 . 63 - 180 174. .5 45 70 105 .48 88 27. X4F.96 4. 41 . .5 110 88 135 .25 8. 225 275 100 160 . 65 . . 57 . *) 355 10 9 8. 235 345 *) 175 .5 130 90 155 . .77 13 27. 46 . 50 .4 21.5 17 44 .5 130 96 150 . *) 360 1/min 10 10. . 288 250 260.07 4. . . . 230 365 X2F.5 27 49 .5 55 76 115 . 71 . . 210 270 91 170 .5 21 47 .1 570 *) 300 . 130 180 75 130 .63 6. 53 . 230 380 9 8.5 38 58 . 100 160 90 87. 140 205 57 135 . 52 . 55 . .91 17 27.5 28 52 . .5 17 46 .43 6.5 185 100 175 . 42 . 130 185 40 41.5 12. 46 - → 153 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 275 425 *) *) .5 36. 110 155 63 115 . 60 .61 34 27.9 27.5 27.07 18 27. 288 250 260. 170 225 88 63 27.12 28 .5 95 86 145 155 .5 260 .25 36 27.93 82 27.5 325 125 250 .2 10.66 26 27.5 350 125 255 .. 46 .. . 200 250 96 155 . 115 145 72 110 . 195 240 95 150 . . 195 330 22.0 415 *) 280 . 215 320 *) 195 .5 14 42 . . 265 440 *) *) .5 155 100 155 . 69 - 160 162. 96 150 71 125 . 115 175 56 27. 89 135 66 115 .5 19 47 .51 11 27. 88 125 112 107..85 44 27. 65 . 225 355 *) 190 .07 5. 44. 240 350 *) 175 .96 6.5 250 .5 36.91 20 27.33 27 27. . Series 165 .7 27..77 11 27.81 4. 360 500 *) 12. 41 .96 3. 105 150 75 120 . 135 210 35. 59 . 145 200 28 28. 215 355 342 330 120 270 .F. 66 . 47 .66 22 27. .6 540 *) 300 . . 81 115 64 100 . ..5 200 125 225 . 305 395 120 235 . 45 . 120 170 45 135 .5 78 77 130 . 180 240 85 155 . . 52 . 42 . 245 385 *) 135 . 57 . 210 350 20 20. . 355 480 89 354 18 17. 50 .8 27.54 133 27.5 54 73 120 . .5 100 84 145 . 43 . 140 175 79 71 115 . 210 325 342 275 130 240 .58 4. 45 . 55 . 43 .9 490 *) 290 . 61 - 180 174. 93 130 120 . 200 380 X2F. 210 320 354 255 130 240 . .n1 = 1500 1/min 27. 39 . . 220 350 *) 190 . 52 . 53 .3 27. 125 185 58 125 . .5 240 120 250 . 46 . 145 195 76 135 . 54 . 45 . 59 . 58 . 225 350 276 14 13. 80 . . 56 . 130 185 35. 89 140 125 133. . 48 . .5 33 54 . 325 440 110 255 . . 210 365 276 390 105 275 .5 kNm 8 8. 60 . 63 . 70 .4 21. 200 265 91 170 . 360 495 *) 16 16.24 50 27.5 13 40 . 45 .08 93 27.5 42 68 105 .5 41 58 . 97 140 90 87.. . . 195 300 22. 48 - 374 355 340. . 75 .5 65 79 130 .01 10 27. .5 26 51 . 56 . 350 280 279. .5 70 76 68 110 .24 41 27. kNm 460 *) 290 . 350 280 279.5 245 . 47 . 175 220 89 140 .4 27. 395 510 *) 12.5 27.0 155 100 155 . 100 155 80 82. 98 150 71 125 . 47 . 55 . 265 385 *) 115 . .81 3. 38 . 48 . 120 185 X3F.5 100 87 69 120 . 57 .5 160 97 170 . helical gear units kNm 10 X. 125 170 77 130 .17 34 27. 100 155 100 100.5 65 75 67 110 . 43 .07 15 27. 200 325 *) 205 . 50 - 400 397. 140 195 76 135 . . 38 . 62 .F150. 57 .25 7. kW Selection Tables min-1 X. 135 170 79 80 82.. 97 140 370 68. 51 . .5 50 70 120 . .5 310 125 265 . X4F.2 430 115 270 . 95 135 125 . 120 165 74 125 . 51 . 290 420 *) *) .15 17 27.5 85 82 125 . . 51 . 250 390 *) 125 . 135 205 58 135 . 135 170 81 125 . . 175 235 84 50 52.5 80 84 .9 27. 43 . 49 . . 52 . 195 325 25 27.n1 = 1800 1/min 27. 74 . 62 . 44. . 130 205 40 41. 320 430 110 255 . 60 . . 110 170 70 130 . 55 .64 142 27. 115 165 70 120 . 51 . 350 470 93 260 . 120 150 75 115 . 140 190 82 140 . 190 290 86 195 . .5 240 . 62 . 98 140 346 64. 47 . 210 315 67 195 . 260 380 *) 125 .5 150 97 165 .96 5.58 5. 66 - 160 162. 115 180 282 56.7 27. 105 150 73 120 . 340 435 120 20 20. 145 225 28 28.63 8. 380 485 94 245 . 270 420 *) *) . 230 300 94 175 . 62 . 55 - 224 217. . 200 203. 170 215 88 50 52. 145 195 83 140 . . 120 190 45 27. 48 . 83 .15 14 27.43 5.0 190 100 175 . 46 . 54 . 190 285 88 195 .79 171 25. 42 .7 27. 150 220 52 140 . 360 510 *) 220 . 160 200 88 . 170 220 86 150 .3 27. 56 . 93 130 71 110 .. 370 475 98 245 . 39 .33 32 .5 245 . 285 450 *) 155 . 370 500 *) 250 . . .4 27. . 48 - 400 397. . 70 - 140 142. . 190 295 25 27. .22 87 27. 41 .5 31 53 . 240 385 10 10.5 22 48 .5 16 45 . 150 225 51 140 . 200 203. 99 150 65 120 . 92 145 112 107.25 44 27. 315 405 125 235 .54 111 27.. 405 530 *) 225 .12 23 27. 62 . 55 - 315 318. 63 . . 51 . .5 84 78 130 140 .21 183 25.5 260 120 250 . 57 - 224 217. 53 . 100 155 65 120 .4 500 *) 280 . 49 .99 62 27.. .99 52 27.33 11 27.. 200 320 *) 200 . . 195 380 kW 11.5 21 48 . 115 165 X3F.5 12.51 9. 85 125 125 133. 51 . 145 220 31. 220 345 16 16.5 120 89 155 155 . 49 .4 27. 405 520 *) 240 . 115 160 140 . 57 . 46 . 67 - 140 142. 84 120 66 105 .01 8.5 33.5 51 75 115 . . 285 445 *) *) . 44 .4 27.91 137 27.2 27.1 225 . 91 130 71 110 .64 119 27. 145 195 79 140 . 78 . 44 - 450 425.6 27.5 11 38 .21 219 24.F150.. 84 .9 475 *) 280 .17 41 .5 14 40 .08 66 26. 53 .79 205 24.19 147 27. . 225 295 94 175 .08 55 26. 130 180 74 130 . . 115 170 71 135 . 54 . .61 29 27.85 53 27. .5 61 78 130 . . 140 200 31.5 32 56 .5 16 44 . . 235 370 11. 280 445 *) *) . 50 . 51 . 54 .19 177 25. . 46 - 450 425. 85 130 64 110 . 400 530 *) 215 . .5 125 95 145 . 49 . 67 . 220 270 100 160 .5 13 42 . . . 120 185 58 125 .5 33. . 47 . . 55 . 43 . 290 415 *) *) .

375 470 100 225 .0 180 220 91 135 . 77 . 59 . 210 230 105 130 . 84 . 235 270 370 56 56. 215 250 31. 420 450 145 185 . . 76 .0 62 100 125 . helical gear units X.90 3.. 49 . 62 - 374 280 288.n1 = 1000 1/min 36 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6. 165 190 115 140 . 76 . 68 . 175 200 115 140 120 150 282 45 44. . . 300 365 140 215 . 165 190 105 135 . 240 270 110 150 . 510 630 *) 165 .04 10. .08 7. 86 - 140 142. . 465 560 9 8. 54 . 98 .72 32 36.02 120 35. . 115 150 100 100.31 11 36.0 110 97 125 . 60 .0 59 87 120 . 61 . 69 . 90 . 330 410 354 250 .74 11 36.0 140 130 165 . 185 230 45 36. 185 230 282 44.49 4. 105 120 77 96 .9 36. 245 275 125 160 . 770 860 160 305 . 445 550 *) 225 .0 260 160 260 . 77 . . 230 260 110 150 .72 38 36. 87 . 57 . 415 530 276 310 . 60 .6 465 200 300 .0 40 78 .F160.9 36. 390 430 135 190 .22 24 145 180 89 125 . 78 .5 12. 450 540 *) 215 . . . . 960 1050 160 300 .6 660 200 370 . 325 415 120 230 . 67 .5 36. 52 . 295 330 40 39. .0 125 110 135 .49 5. 68 .4 23. 288 200 202. 330 . 91 .0 55 99 120 ... 70 . 115 160 . . 57 - 355 347. 68 . 540 680 8 7.00 143 32.4 36. 345 415 135 220 .0 150 110 155 . 520 630 8 7. 110 . 105 . 215 235 56 93 115 .22 20 36. . 180 220 105 150 . 58 . 65 .3 6. 73 .9 36. . . 71 . X4F.55 8. 325 425 18 17. 75 .9 36.0 16 55 . 165 195 105 135 . . 350 224 228.0 42 81 . 72 . 300 335 115 160 . 135 155 95 120 . 135 160 97 120 . 620 700 165 280 . 390 475 12. 950 1050 *) 290 . 97 .0 105 120 160 . 160 152. 710 790 185 285 . 66 .13 12 36. . 280 300 110 140 . 65 .5 600 205 365 . 590 720 *) *) . 230 280 31. 155 195 71 71. .95 67 36.75 4. 88 . 650 354 14 13. 59 .9 36. 66 .75 34 36.6 380 190 280 . 71 .93 75 36. 78 . 47 . 74 - 250 256. 66 . 235 265 120 155 .38 19 36. 64 .73 129 33.0 205 145 200 . 140 175 88 125 . .0 26 61 .75 5.0 170 140 175 . 265 320 22.4 23. 374 280 288. 170 190 95 120 . 62 .0 28 65 . 60 - 355 347. 185 210 92 125 . 305 375 18 17. 250 285 22.71 115 35.0 31 66 . .21 161 31. 135 . 84 .42 14 36. 330 400 135 215 . 370 475 342 285 . .3 6. 150 190 80 80. 98 - 112 112. 64 . . 87 .71 138 35. 72 . . 345 425 342 255 . 495 610 *) 170 . 74 - 180 171. 73 .0 87 .0 375 175 740 165 285 .8 36. 290 365 20 20. 405 485 125 230 .13 15 36. 175 200 89 120 . 225 260 100 140 .0 340 190 280 . 285 350 135 210 . 570 660 *) 165 . Series .76 22 36.34 97 36. . 410 495 11.72 30 36.0 23 66 . 77 .0 66 105 140 .91 72 36.. . . 72 . 65 . 125 170 . 105 145 . 255 310 25 25. 540 640 *) 175 . 230 275 105 160 .. 920 1000 165 300 ..5 110 135 . . 730 12.. 55 . 130 150 99 125 . 400 430 145 180 . 82 - 140 142.91 86 36.40 7. 115 135 90 90.0 78 89 110 . 360 385 135 170 . 67 . 140 165 346 50.21 193 31. 79 .93 63 36.1 7. 64 .6 455 185 315 . 51 . 35.0 49 83 100 . 84 . 180 225 X3F. 140 165 80 80. 61 . 215 250 28 28. . . 97 . 135 155 100 125 .27 42 36. . 73 . 425 530 *) 225 .0 19 55 . 275 295 . 310 400 125 225 .9 36. 125 .7 36.4 36. .76 27 180 220 105 150 . 350 224 228. 820 10 10.95 56 36. 210 240 115 150 . 295 335 50 36. 79 .0 74 105 140 .09 40 36. 59 - → 153 166 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.n1 = 1200 1/min 36 kNm 6. 860 960 *) 300 .0 280 170 640 170 255 . 70 .5 500 220 330 . 180 220 90 135 . . . . 78 - 250 256. .6 550 220 335 .5 12. 175 200 50 95 115 . 120 145 82 115 .0 69 88 110 .0 43 80 99 .3 36. 300 .1 7.0 335 175 280 .0 430 200 850 180 290 . 125 ..F. 105 - 125 126. 67 . . 170 200 X3F. 52 . 62 - 315 308. . 275 295 40 39. . .42 17 36. 145 180 63 63. 385 430 135 190 . 70 .2 36.0 35 78 .09 48 36.5 36.0 215 160 230 .49 9. 52 . 52 . 64 . 160 175 86 105 . 99 .0 33 68 .74 8. 58 . 74 . . 215 240 110 135 . 69 .7 190 140 175 . .0 14 50 .6 560 190 335 . 92 .0 52 84 115 . .0 11 48 . 110 140 79 110 . 150 185 346 50. 540 620 160 270 . 54 . 75 .2 11.36 3. 230 275 110 160 .73 155 33. 780 10 10. 160 152. 94 . . 54 .F160.08 6. 185 225 35. .35 3.49 7. . 570 650 165 270 .0 315 175 660 175 260 .5 130 115 155 . . 470 550 *) 210 . 59 .5 31.22 3. 61 . 600 14 13. kW min-1 Selection Tables 10 kNm X. 56 - X. 55 . .04 12 36. . 240 275 25 25.0 14 52 .72 25 36.38 16 36. 82 . 570 16 15.0 290 165 265 .36 2.00 171 32. .10 43 36. 455 500 145 205 . 355 385 135 170 . . . .0 410 190 830 160 300 .59 21 36. 520 580 165 245 ..10 52 36.9 36.0 83 97 130 . 255 305 110 170 . 80 . 435 550 11.30 106 36.0 98 115 140 . 125 155 90 90. 288 200 202. . . 210 230 63 63. 92 .0 36. . 950 1050 *) 285 . 56 .0 36. .31 13 36.0 15 51 . 71 .9 36. . 265 315 115 170 . X4F.. 48 .50 49 35. . 50 . . .0 20 63 . 135 . . 35. 355 455 16 15.5 36..0 93 99 135 . 135 160 370 56.02 100 35. 300 340 125 170 . 310 410 20 20..27 35 36. . 600 730 *) *) .40 5. 150 185 99 135 . 810 890 175 290 . .7 225 145 200 . 465 590 X2F. .22 3.0 165 135 185 . 105 - 112 112. 540 680 7.0 240 160 235 .0 13 49 .90 4.55 7.35 4.0 38 69 . 65 - 315 308. 145 180 97 135 .0 155 130 160 . 53 . 95 .6 36. 230 280 28 28. 100 . 98 . 210 240 115 145 .0 15 52 .0 21 65 .0 17 62 . 500 560 165 245 . 75 .2 36.0 47 81 . 485 610 9 8. 70 .0 36. 360 450 105 225 .30 88 36.0 185 135 185 .2 750 276 11. 110 130 80 100 . 61 . .0 120 115 160 . . 80 .50 59 35.0 31 64 .5 31. . . 88 . 435 480 145 205 . 110 130 100 100. 145 170 71 71. 680 185 280 . 98 - 125 126. 74 .0 520 195 920 135 300 . 170 185 89 110 .34 81 36.0 28 63 .0 23 60 . 57 . 445 540 X2F.75 28 36. . 550 650 7. 78 - 180 171. 275 300 120 150 . 170 200 35.59 18 36. . . 390 470 130 230 . .

.0 47 69 .5 35. . 520 610 98 245 . X4F.0 210 295 *) 140 . 350 430 50 50. 200 260 69 140 . 415 540 *) 215 . 445 690 *) *) . 210 300 45 44. 63 . .55 11 36. 86 . 115 - 112 112. 690 880 *) 195 10 10.30 159 34. . 65 .93 113 36.08 9. 620 730 145 300 .73 194 33.50 73 35.0 175 125 210 . 770 940 *) 12. 79 . 670 780 130 16 15. 115 . 275 340 115 200 . 75 .76 34 36. 63 - X. 200 270 120 190 125 200 282 45 44.02 180 33.93 94 36. 90 . 690 840 *) 310 . 120 . 800 970 *) 290 . .5 35. . .5 12.6 820 *) 410 .3 36. 425 490 125 210 .0 305 . 96 195 .21 242 31. 265 330 100 180 .38 28 36. 85 . 83 . 145 . 74 .9 930 *) 425 .0 29 70 . . 61 . 83 . . 610 790 *) *) ..72 45 36. 57 . . .0 50 73 . . 80 .. 190 260 X3F. 800 960 *) 200 . 255 305 115 175 . Series 167 . 70 - 315 308. 74 . . 790 960 *) *) .8 790 *) 405 . 59 . 495 570 135 230 .59 32 36. 80 . 92 - 140 142. . 110 .1 7. 145 . 61 . 78 . 490 640 *) 155 . 560 760 *) *) . 77 .0 365 160 300 .0 56 74 . 66 - → 153 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 83 - 180 171.59 100 155 . .0 235 135 215 .0 39 67 .0 220 115 200 . . 57 . 445 650 11.F160. 130 190 78 140 . . 110 - 112 112. . .34 122 36.8 320 140 260 .90 5. 280 360 70 170 . 440 530 105 225 . 57 . .9 36. 610 780 *) *) .0 42 68 . 68 .0 500 150 350 .49 7. . .0 155 125 215 .0 275 .0 305 . 78 . 155 205 105 160 .74 16 36.71 172 35.0 280 135 240 . . 78 . 81 .04 18 36.1 7. 68 . 335 465 20 20.34 146 36. 59 . . 58 . 305 405 *) 160 .0 385 150 325 . .31 20 36. 350 485 18 17.0 35 66 .22 4.9 36. 88 - 250 256. 160 220 346 30 36.0 88 93 160 . 135 200 100 100. .0 21 58 .6 700 *) 375 . .F. 215 295 *) 135 .. 85 .95 100 36. 810 950 *) 315 . 385 540 *) 225 .76 36. 415 485 130 215 . 90 . 195 235 92 140 .72 47 36.2 36.9 36.8 36.0 28 61 .9 36. 92 .02 150 35. 435 590 12. .0 17 53 . 320 375 110 40 39. . 275 370 *) 155 .4 36.42 21 36. 350 224 228. 100 185 . . 374 280 288. 75 . 77 . 470 540 135 225 . 165 240 95 175 . 62 . 110 . .. .0 255 145 230 . 550 710 *) *) . . 340 460 *) 235 . 375 520 354 415 165 315 .74 13 36.00 257 30. . 335 390 125 195 . 470 650 9 8. 71 .n1 = 1500 1/min 36 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6.09 72 36. 79 . 115 .0 99 110 185 . 620 760 105 315 . 455 620 276 11. 63 . . 660 800 *) 320 . 90 . . 105 .. . 96 - 140 142. ..0 305 145 260 . 66 . 280 345 370 56 56. 590 700 145 295 . 374 280 288.0 20 55 . 105 . 550 750 *) *) .73 233 31.0 435 145 330 . . 205 245 96 150 . 250 550 1/min 8 7.0 105 84 140 . 435 520 110 230 .00 214 32. 325 380 105 180 .6 570 165 355 . 87 .0 47 72 . 330 410 40 39. . 470 610 *) 170 .22 36. . 250 325 79 170 . 730 880 *) 354 14 13. . 155 210 370 27 36. 78 . 80 .5 31. 250 355 31.0 325 160 295 . 288 200 202. 54 .49 12 36.0 310 .0 63 87 . 70 .0 150 120 185 . . 130 175 83 130 .4 23. 125 175 100 100.35 7.0 110 110 190 . 87 - 180 171.0 59 85 .2 11. . 140 210 90 90. 92 .31 17 36.22 5.. 280 370 22. 120 165 80 125 . 91 . 195 260 35.0 23 58 .90 6.0 185 115 180 . 70 .0 53 85 . 270 355 25 25. 93 . 170 250 80 80. kW Selection Tables min-1 X. 105 . 165 235 75 150 .22 100 160 . .2 36. 600 830 *) *) . 330 385 . 290 405 22. 350 224 228.0 35 72 . 78 .0 65 87 135 . 58 .6 36.3 6.49 6.0 25 61 .. 195 260 180 . . 260 310 56 56. 62 . 265 315 115 180 . 58 . 110 .0 26 68 .13 22 36.0 165 72 140 . 85 . . 110 .5 750 *) 405 .0 73 91 140 .27 64 36.75 8.08 12 36. . 65 - 355 347. 510 690 *) *) . 68 . 530 710 *) *) .3 6. 105 .13 19 36. .36 4. 450 650 8 7. .40 8. 64 . 67 . 365 530 18 17. X4F. 160 215 99 160 .0 130 . 81 .49 14 36.75 7.04 15 36. 430 630 276 580 *) 380 . 830 980 *) 270 .0 78 90 150 . .75 115 180 . 85 . 405 590 342 560 145 355 . 66 .21 290 29. 285 355 115 200 . 115 - 125 126. 120 220 . 195 285 X3F. 92 . 63 .0 205 140 220 .10 78 36. 71 .38 24 36. 250 355 28 28. .10 65 36. 67 . 84 . .0 93 110 165 . 170 245 346 36 170 240 76 155 . 340 415 92 190 . 90 .0 510 170 350 .09 60 36. 83 - 250 256. 370 520 *) 225 . 680 870 *) *) .0 23 56 . 155 210 98 155 .40 11 36. 355 480 *) 235 . 52 .n1 = 1800 1/min 36 kNm 6. 53 . 165 240 63 63. 210 265 93 160 . 91 . 160 220 80 80.F160.0 36.9 36. 395 540 342 470 165 320 . .0 71 87 . 110 - 125 126. 76 . 66 . 77 .55 13 36. . 220 280 97 165 . 68 - 355 347. 77 . 255 325 74 165 . 63 . 175 245 97 175 . 295 370 *) 175 . 125 .2 295 . 830 980 *) 10 10. 315 420 *) 160 . 165 225 71 71. . 470 640 X2F. .5 31. 53 .30 133 36. 250 295 63 63. 270 370 *) 160 . 90 . 395 520 *) 215 .7 285 150 235 .8 850 *) 430 .0 115 86 140 . 76 . 105 . 115 . . 200 260 100 170 .0 31 71 . 288 200 202. kNm 740 *) 400 . 140 200 81 145 . 70 . 84 .36 5. 42 36. . 155 . . . . . 490 720 *) *) . 215 295 88 180 .95 84 36.2 36.27 53 36. 160 210 105 165 .91 129 36. *) 540 10 7. 345 510 20 20.50 88 33.75 195 115 205 .42 25 36.2 .. 50 36.0 82 105 165 . 650 170 370 .71 207 33. 245 325 31. 355 435 120 215 . 700 820 125 14 13. 135 185 90 90.0 42 71 . 105 . 160 152. 60 .5 12. 120 . 375 610 kW 9 8. 550 700 *) *) . helical gear units kNm 10 X.0 250 140 245 . 72 ..72 57 36. 195 260 100 170 . . .2 11.0 125 105 175 . 66 .0 140 105 180 .. 445 650 7. 275 390 25 25. 155 . 770 900 *) 315 . 74 - 315 308. 200 270 50 50. 175 260 71 71. 430 590 *) 160 .7 650 *) 385 . 210 300 282 40 210 295 89 185 . 385 610 X2F..8 36. .0 19 54 . 610 840 *) *) . 490 590 100 240 . 69 . 385 560 16 15. .72 38 36. 245 325 28 28. . . 69 . . 65 . . 200 285 35. .35 5. 450 610 *) 150 .4 23. 160 152.91 108 36.

36 20 45. 78 .68 6.9 45. 69 . 270 375 110 235 . . 175 210 115 160 . 88 . 195 235 50 49.80 93 43. . 60 . 160 180 71 70.0 45.0 66 105 145 . 160 185 110 140 . 145 170 115 140 . 66 . 270 380 342 380 180 295 .5 12.68 5.0 13 49 . 68 . 125 165 105 140 ..8 45.46 96 44. 260 345 342 315 180 260 . 200 255 31.0 59 90 120 . . . 115 140 99 120 . 375 480 *) 185 . .0 99 120 150 .2 10.0 295 . 57 .F.43 5. 205 260 120 175 .0 345 205 300 .0 140 130 165 .0 14 53 . 490 580 185 300 . 175 210 35. .. 350 280 283. 64 . .0 38 71 . 155 180 110 135 . 83 . 260 305 140 195 . 260 370 20 19. 270 305 150 190 . 77 . . 190 225 130 165 .0 155 135 165 .24 54 45.6 45.0 17 56 . . 115 135 105 125 . 105 150 . 330 425 *) 220 . 49 . 88 . 160 205 56 55. 63 . .02 6.F170. 465 580 185 16 15. .08 2.0 49 86 105 . 66 .08 3. 91 - 160 157. 180 235 35. 53 .53 14 45.34 65 45.24 45 45. . 395 540 *) *) ..0 26 62 .00 86 45. .5 35. 95 115 82 100 .21 7.. 310 400 145 250 . 77 . 79 - 180 176. 135 165 110 135 . 345 465 10 9. . 250 335 354 280 175 255 . 23 45.. 63 . 185 220 125 160 .93 11 45. 115 . 125 150 100 99.0 78 93 115 .4 550 230 350 . 91 . 64 - 374 355 358.. 105 125 112 111.0 110 98 125 .0 14 52 . 67 .8 465 210 310 . 110 .8 45. 315 455 11. . 71 . 475 560 185 12.0 265 . X4F. 450 530 200 305 .34 78 45. 235 315 25 25. 74 . 120 145 346 16 45. 60 - 400 383. 288 250 251. . 74 - 224 212. 53 . 72 - 315 318.. 200 250 115 175 . . 69 . 405 500 170 354 18 17. 56 .0 260 175 280 . .41 98 120 . 81 . 390 485 170 290 . 145 185 94 140 .3 45.n1 = 1000 1/min 45 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 8 7. 470 590 145 12. 66 . 55 - 450 430. 96 - 160 157. .2 10. 72 . 250 350 135 245 . . 370 445 180 20 19.5 31.04 29 45. 180 230 110 165 . . 85 . 310 410 276 14 14. . 93 - 140 139. 79 .67 138 40.00 71 45. 69 . 70 . 67 .04 34 45. 63 . 520 205 340 . . 470 550 205 310 .53 2.4 22. 61 . 53 . 105 . 215 260 130 180 .0 140 185 93 135 . 76 . 170 205 40 39. 145 190 X3F.4 660 210 385 .79 61 45.79 51 45.0 74 110 145 .5 35. 155 195 115 160 . 135 160 115 145 .4 45. 130 145 92 115 . . . 325 485 10 9.5 45. 67 . 145 175 63 62.63 42 45. 60 .0 35 79 .14 17 45.99 4. 285 340 150 210 .47 39 44. 300 390 145 250 . 63 - 400 383.7 310 . 69 . 115 160 . 78 . 315 435 *) 245 . 68 .2 45. . 165 195 115 150 .0 145 185 110 150 . . 86 . 125 155 90 88.1 45. 77 .72 130 39. . . .34 8. 170 205 370 71 70..20 4.24 70 45.21 6. 288 250 251. . . 100 130 84 115 . 74 . 480 600 180 335 . 260 365 110 235 . 81 .77 15 45. 205 245 115 165 .6 190 145 185 . 340 465 *) 180 . 97 115 83 105 . . 71 - 224 212. 51 ..6 45.48 18 45. 90 . 145 195 45 44. .6 45.7 45. 27 45. .8 45. 435 210 310 .0 170 145 180 . 73 . 495 630 *) 305 . 140 165 X3F..0 335 180 290 . 58 .8 45. 155 175 80 78.31 110 135 .53 11 45. 125 165 80 78.0 84 100 135 .3 460 210 340 . 255 330 140 230 . 245 340 135 245 . . 55 .0 44 85 105 . . 255 365 22. 72 .8 45. 72 . 70 . 62 . 485 600 *) 310 . .48 105 120 160 .1 45.. 190 215 .0 31 68 .0 48 84 .72 155 39.80 111 43. 85 . 205 265 28 28. 105 135 85 115 . . . 69 .67 115 40. kW min-1 Selection Tables 10 kNm X.31 130 115 155 .93 8. 69 . 385 490 *) 175 .14 97 120 . 345 410 180 260 . .. 245 325 22. .02 5. 300 350 150 215 . 135 175 90 88.2 45.74 8.42 25 45.59 12 45.74 7. helical gear units X.0 295 180 285 . 56 .4 22. 61 . 195 220 115 145 . 78 . 365 455 175 290 . 94 .0 20 64 . 400 540 *) *) .5 500 230 345 . 67 .46 80 44.7 45.7 300 . 83 .61 125 41. . . 200 189.0 150 115 160 . 105 . 175 225 110 160 . 115 140 105 130 .4 45. 49 .0 40 80 . Series .0 23 62 .61 3. 325 450 *) 245 .43 4. 250 295 135 195 . . . 170 200 120 150 . 310 415 X2F.18 38 45. 58 - 450 430. . 235 265 135 170 . 320 415 *) 220 . 56 .0 15 52 .5 600 215 380 . 230 305 150 225 .0 125 110 140 . . 54 .0 165 135 185 . 245 355 25 25.0 62 105 130 . 56 . 200 189. . 185 210 50 49. 83 - 180 176. .0 24 67 . 78 . 320 420 11. .0 28 65 .0 21 67 . 120 155 92 130 . 51 . 69 . . 60 . .0 28 67 .0 215 170 250 .34 9.0 34 70 .5 31. . .36 24 45. 150 195 282 22 45.59 10 45. 65 .3 45. 84 . . 87 .0 16 54 .08 3. 140 165 99 125 . 390 460 180 18 17. 190 230 31. 59 .3 45. .42 30 45. 66 . 51 . . 75 . . 72 . 245 275 140 175 .0 94 100 140 . 315 450 14 14. 77 .0 17 64 . 58 - → 153 168 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.6 45. 61 - 374 355 358.F170. .61 3. 200 230 125 160 . .7 45. 66 .8 560 200 345 . 87 . . 125 165 346 19 120 160 93 130 . 100 120 125 124.0 270 .0 205 150 205 . X4F. 150 180 115 140 120 150 282 56 55. 490 630 *) 295 . 285 315 150 190 . . 355 475 9 8. 125 160 100 140 . 67 . 140 170 96 130 . 57 . 175 230 40 39. 120 145 370 14 45. 305 435 276 415 210 335 . .20 3. 63 .24 58 45. 120 145 100 125 . 53 . 54 . 550 650 170 315 . 82 . 90 .0 120 125 170 . 63 . 125 170 . 350 475 *) 170 .6 230 150 210 . 51 .47 47 44. 71 .0 88 .99 4.41 45. 165 195 105 145 . 135 165 94 130 . 530 630 175 315 . 110 145 112 111.61 104 41. 105 140 125 124. 320 485 9 8.0 11 49 . .0 31 65 . .0 42 82 .53 2. 245 325 140 225 . . 380 475 180 295 . 79 . 305 445 X2F.63 35 45. . 92 . 235 310 150 230 . . 350 280 283.18 32 45.0 19 57 .0 70 91 115 . . 125 145 91 110 . .77 13 45.0 52 88 120 . 170 205 115 155 . 140 170 45 44. 98 - 140 139.5 12. 195 235 28 28.0 55 100 125 . 76 . 360 430 180 265 . 76 - 315 318. 130 170 100 99. 72 .n1 = 1200 1/min 45 kNm 8 7. 55 - X.0 45. 59 .0 330 . 58 .0 245 175 255 .0 190 140 190 . .08 2. 205 245 63 62. 300 395 16 15.3 380 210 305 .

68 . 445 600 *) 345 . 69 . 200 260 50 49.53 3. 145 215 X3F.20 5. 345 580 *) *) . 95 . 85 ..61 4. . 69 .61 156 41.18 58 45.0 200 115 205 . 260 465 X2F. 195 295 *) 165 .6 45.34 117 45. . Series 169 ..7 290 . 34 45. 100 - 160 157. . 86 . 81 .74 11 45. 135 195 346 24 45. 61 .5 35.0 35 68 . . 79 . .5 12. 210 270 110 185 . . 89 .0 315 .47 59 44. 290 430 *) 225 .. 200 189.0 42 74 . . .4 45.5 750 *) 420 . 230 340 *) 170 . 170 265 96 195 . 76 . . 150 195 99 155 . 185 270 35. 65 - → 141 iex → 264 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.3 45.48 27 45. . *) 245 10 9 8.5 31. 155 220 105 170 .5 45. 110 155 85 135 .2 .0 31 74 .68 10 45. 80 .0 72 90 . 81 - 224 212.48 45.0 440 165 360 .1 45. 87 .67 173 40. .0 83 110 170 . . 140 215 99 180 .9 45. 350 280 283.2 10. 80 .5 45. . 145 230 90 88. 61 . . . 270 405 *) 260 . 250 400 25 25. 380 510 165 320 . kW Selection Tables min-1 X. 200 189. 62 .0 64 89 .08 5.4 22. 375 540 130 340 .61 5. 205 290 99 200 . 63 . 74 .5 45.. 410 550 130 425 18 17. 390 560 *) 285 . 360 530 *) *) .0 57 77 . . 374 355 358.61 187 39.0 280 140 250 .53 4. . 90 .34 14 45. 66 . 105 190 .0 365 180 325 . 67 . 190 315 31.0 47 70 . . 255 415 354 420 175 330 . . . 78 . 165 230 110 180 . 145 240 45 44. 130 190 370 21 45. . . 260 410 22.67 208 38. 260 360 110 235 . 75 . 365 620 *) *) . 400 570 *) 12.0 21 57 . 390 600 *) 330 .08 4. . 185 260 370 71 70. 76 . . kNm 740 *) 420 .n1 = 1800 1/min 45 kNm 8 7. 59 . *) *) *) *) .72 194 39.80 139 43. 195 280 50 49. 72 . . 63 . .72 233 37.20 6. 180 260 40 39.5 31. 255 445 22.93 16 45. 62 - 450 430. 79 .F.0 79 95 160 . *) 415 X2F. 76 . 245 450 342 570 155 365 . 350 280 283.0 29 70 . 72 .5 12. 85 . 140 205 90 88. 240 440 20 19. 70 .34 12 45. 140 200 100 99. .0 88 97 165 . 180 235 71 70. . 74 . . 130 190 100 160 .41 105 165 . 55 . 120 .0 25 62 .0 180 130 225 .79 91 45. 78 . 65 . 145 225 100 99. .0 330 .0 39 68 ..0 17 55 .36 36 45. 150 215 99 170 . 350 570 *) *) . *) 435 10 9.. 374 355 358. 72 .08 4. 58 .00 107 45. . 92 .F170.n1 = 1500 1/min 45 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 8 7. 93 . 360 630 *) *) .0 225 120 210 .99 6. 245 500 14 14. . .24 81 45. 120 . .0 235 140 220 .74 13 45. 61 .24 104 45. 91 . 135 195 105 165 . 215 280 . X4F.0 140 110 185 . . 395 590 *) *) . 125 220 . . 62 - X. 288 250 251. 69 . 99 . .. 115 170 112 111. *) 280 1/min 10 9. 240 325 130 230 . . 80 .47 71 42. 59 . 97 . *) 395 *) *) .2 45. 59 .59 15 45.8 700 180 385 .0 28 63 . 165 250 *) 145 . 215 300 74 185 . . 335 500 *) 200 .0 210 140 220 .0 45.0 110 115 195 . . 77 .18 48 45. 110 165 125 124. .77 23 45.0 50 76 . 305 385 140 240 . 285 390 110 250 .02 9. 155 220 74 145 .F170. 120 . 81 . 170 285 40 39. 87 - 180 176.31 180 .0 21 59 . 80 . 67 . 350 560 *) *) .0 390 170 355 .43 7. 195 270 81 175 .00 129 45.36 30 45.. 77 . 64 . 64 . 80 .14 105 160 .0 26 71 . .31 45. 92 . . 81 . 145 220 100 185 .63 52 45. 110 160 86 135 .0 23 60 . .3 570 195 385 . 205 300 28 28. . . 67 .24 87 45.0 47 75 .5 35.7 45. 66 .0 93 115 175 . 650 180 385 . 71 . 64 . 375 580 *) 16 15. 79 .0 185 120 185 . 105 - 160 157. 360 570 *) *) . 300 480 *) 165 . 76 .1 45. 180 235 115 180 . ..0 160 125 215 . 395 520 160 325 . X4F. . 140 235 X3F. 190 265 120 205 .41 45. . 465 620 *) 345 . 145 190 97 150 . 210 295 78 180 . 150 220 45 44. 68 . 90 . 288 250 251.2 45.80 167 41. 64 . 200 275 120 210 .21 9. *) 425 9 8.0 115 89 150 . 100 . 135 205 79 155 . 105 . 71 . 79 . 120 190 112 111. 175 225 80 78.99 7. 58 . 200 305 *) 165 . . 280 420 *) 225 . 250 460 11.0 23 57 .46 144 42. 95 .0 53 86 . 97 .3 325 150 270 .. 54 . . 135 220 346 29 135 210 80 160 . . 69 .0 150 130 200 .0 99 115 195 .79 76 45. . 73 .9 45. 360 540 *) *) . 195 325 28 28. . .63 63 45. 71 . *) *) *) *) .0 42 70 . . 105 - 140 139. *) 405 kW 11. 53 . .53 20 45.14 26 45.0 74 94 145 . 99 195 . 100 .0 35 73 .0 125 105 180 . 185 265 83 170 .5 860 *) 450 . 79 .24 67 45. 165 240 125 190 125 200 282 56 55. . 245 490 276 620 175 420 . *) 445 *) *) .0 165 115 75 145 . 155 220 100 175 . 245 435 25 25. 100 . 81 - 315 318.0 255 150 240 . 130 215 80 78. 67 - 400 383. 125 .0 105 88 145 . 55 . 96 .0 130 . 295 375 140 235 . 250 345 110 235 .4 940 *) 445 .0 470 170 335 . 270 440 *) 245 . 395 560 125 345 . 180 250 105 190 .93 13 45. 82 . 160 255 282 32 160 250 91 185 . 385 560 *) 354 18 17. 390 520 135 20 19. .. 130 185 110 170 . 390 590 *) *) . . .08 3.0 325 . 88 .0 45. .0 325 175 320 .68 8. . 105 - 140 139. 78 - 224 212. .2 10.46 120 44. 70 - 400 383. 170 270 56 55. . 260 395 91 255 . 65 - 450 430. 220 335 *) 170 .4 22. 58 . 265 342 45. . 115 175 83 150 . 225 310 63 62. 84 .42 46 45.0 520 195 380 . 300 490 276 14 14. 295 405 105 255 . 125 180 105 170 .7 45. 77 .04 43 45. 82 .34 98 320 . *) 420 *) 205 12.43 8.0 250 140 245 . .59 18 45. 95 ..0 305 150 270 . . 115 180 84 150 . 280 455 *) 250 . 81 .0 66 92 140 . .0 500 160 360 . 93 .0 60 88 . 265 340 130 220 . 150 215 110 185 . 350 520 *) 190 . 85 - 315 318. 155 230 63 62. 200 290 31. 41 160 245 *) 140 .53 17 45.0 19 55 . helical gear units kNm 10 X.0 650 170 425 . . 290 465 *) 175 .04 51 45. 73 .21 11 45.4 820 *) 425 . 63 .77 19 45. 70 . 89 - 180 176. 59 . 180 295 35.5 45.5 45. 74 . .02 7.7 800 *) 420 . 365 540 *) 320 . 60 . 115 185 125 124. 190 245 120 185 .6 285 155 240 . . 230 295 130 210 . 245 470 *) 210 . 290 475 16 15.42 38 45. 67 . 255 330 130 215 .

. 350 224 234. 78 .35 9. 73 . . 73 - → 153 170 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 98 .0 60 81 . 68 - 355 348. . 91 . 88 .3 6.39 54 58. 71 . 660 820 *) 210 580 10 9. .06 75 58. 59 .69 11 58. 71 .56 15 58.8 670 255 1150 230 400 710 600 740 X2F. ..6 810 260 440 660 720 860 *) 230 650 1200 1300 *) 405 780 690 860 8 8.0 27 71 . 72 . 68 . 96 .6 58. 99 . 105 .2 11. .3 58.98 41 58.49 185 53.0 87 110 170 130 145 205 105 170 230 230 285 115 185 240 155 220 100 106.0 72 89 . 135 .1 58.0 670 225 400 500 570 930 1050 190 385 650 540 700 276 560 700 *) 270 12. .35 7.0 610 215 370 445 550 840 960 205 375 610 500 640 342 500 630 *) 295 354 14 13.0 25 60 .64 22 58. 80 .0 18 59 . 93 - 180 177.0 50 78 . 90 .0 30 69 . . 97 .0 190 135 215 185 210 285 120 200 300 340 410 140 230 315 215 295 45 44.5 31.. .0 215 130 215 190 220 295 355 430 130 225 325 220 305 X3F. . 64 .48 10 58.8 58.3 58.8 1050 *) 435 660 720 890 *) *) 465 1050 1200 *) 305 690 620 820 7. . . 83 . 66 . 155 . . 94 .23 4.67 15 58.56 19 58.60 4.73 8. 120 . 73 . 73 . . 67 .F180.0 260 150 250 230 260 350 110 215 350 435 520 150 255 380 260 360 31.27 165 54. 80 .5 12.0 97 105 165 130 145 205 100 165 225 225 280 115 180 235 155 215 90 86. 90 .95 58.0 280 155 235 235 265 345 130 220 360 455 530 160 250 385 275 360 25 25. 155 . 110 .0 48 74 .0 44 81 . . 110 - 112 119.. .0 58. 100 .49 154 53.0 385 215 330 360 410 510 195 310 530 700 800 230 355 560 420 540 18 17. . . . 74 . ..19 82 58. .6 970 *) 460 690 750 930 *) *) 510 1150 1300 *) 340 730 660 860 8 8. 63 .86 29 58. . . .0 36 73 .0 215 150 230 215 245 320 130 215 345 405 475 155 245 365 250 335 31. . 91 .0 160 130 195 170 195 255 125 190 285 315 375 140 210 300 205 270 200 215 282 45 44. 58 . 160 158.0 180 130 115 185 295 335 395 135 40 39.0 510 220 880 225 360 580 465 580 342 345 405 455 560 175 305 550 780 14 13. . . .27 138 54. 110 - 125 128.0 315 150 230 235 265 345 125 215 360 460 530 155 245 380 275 355 22. 88 .50 5. . .0 465 215 360 390 445 570 170 320 540 760 880 220 375 580 450 590 18 17.0 245 130 210 190 220 295 96 185 295 360 435 130 220 320 220 305 35.32 3.0 81 100 150 120 135 185 100 150 215 210 255 110 165 220 145 195 90 86.4 58. 110 . . . 73 - 355 348. . 145 . . 94 . 140 .8 58. 125 . .F180. helical gear units X. .0 53 84 . 83 .19 98 58.99 60 58.0 750 210 385 510 560 700 *) 250 550 930 1050 *) 370 640 540 700 11.06 62 58. 77 .. 80 . 64 . 85 .0 23 65 .0 620 225 360 460 510 630 *) 295 570 870 980 215 370 620 520 640 11. 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.99 90 56.F180. .95 31 58. . 34. .86 45 58.60 6.0 255 140 255 210 240 350 385 485 130 260 345 235 355 282 40 72 205 305 50 47. 72 .97 181 54. 110 - 140 143.48 15 58. 125 .0 33 67 .23 6.56 23 58.0 38 71 .55 9.0 145 110 200 145 165 250 95 185 245 265 345 115 210 260 170 265 90 86. 81 . 350 224 234. 89 .50 7.0 130 115 205 150 170 255 98 190 250 270 350 120 220 270 175 270 100 106.0 110 95 .32 4. . 95 .4 58. 86 .39 67 58. . 100 . 115 . 120 .17 134 58.0 49 82 . 98 - 180 177.0 41 75 . Series 171 .5 12. 130 .0 74 84 . 92 - 315 311.. .8 880 *) 420 550 410 900 1050 *) 325 590 520 730 342 600 780 *) *) 354 14 13. 100 .6 58.0 34 72 .5 58. 78 . 87 .. 77 .0 680 220 1100 *) 400 650 540 730 354 430 520 570 740 *) 250 540 930 16 16. .0 130 125 210 160 180 265 115 200 270 290 365 130 225 285 190 280 80 77. . 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X4F.. 72 .

0 390 230 350 380 325 440 205 330 550 500 610 245 375 580 340 465 20 20. 73 . . 105 .30 78 65. 100 .0 18 61 . 100 .2 65. .64 2.94 4. 90 .0 800 265 470 640 610 650 820 *) 420 750 425 630 X2F.0 120 125 195 155 145 215 120 190 265 200 270 135 210 280 155 230 80 81.0 260 155 255 235 205 300 115 220 350 285 375 155 265 380 205 310 35.08 40 65. 91 .0 25 63 .1 65.0 65. 90 . 475 660 *) 225 11.. 180 177. 120 .87 4.4 22.01 15 65.0 27 74 .0 60 91 . .0 65.0 670 245 425 530 600 600 750 205 410 690 395 570 276 410 570 *) 290 14 13.52 80 65. . .3 65.4 65.05 110 61.2 11. .17 20 65. 288 224 233.8 65.5 65.87 3.5 32. . 72 .5 34. . 73 ..0 130 120 115 175 260 200 255 130 63 185 150 145 205 195 270 150 215 370 60. 374 315 316. 88 . .0 245 150 230 220 195 270 135 215 345 280 355 160 245 365 200 285 31. 80 - 355 347.6 310 160 245 245 210 295 135 225 375 315 395 165 260 395 220 310 25 25. 82 . 76 . 80 . 84 .6 800 265 450 660 490 650 *) 235 660 700 850 *) 410 780 455 630 9 9. 69 .. 105 . . . .6 880 250 430 660 475 630 *) *) 620 680 830 *) 385 750 440 610 8 8.6 65. . .0 98 120 180 145 140 195 120 180 255 190 245 130 195 265 150 215 80 81.23 3.05 6. . .73 12 65. .6 370 155 265 265 220 320 98 225 375 325 420 150 270 410 220 330 25 25. 81 . . 81 . 93 .51 27 65.64 3.14 147 60. .25 138 59.0 205 140 215 195 175 245 125 200 310 250 315 145 225 330 180 260 40 215 190 175 250 230 335 180 260 X3F.. 350 250 262.0 295 150 250 235 200 295 110 215 350 290 380 150 260 380 205 305 31. 88 . 100 . 83 . 63 . . 79 . 105 . 125 . 80 .0 610 230 395 470 580 560 700 220 395 640 375 530 342 375 520 *) 315 354 16 15. 86 . X4F. 90 - 200 198.0 31 73 .73 14 65. 98 .0 40 74 . 99 .0 65. 68 - 400 390. 76 - 355 347.64 3.06 26 65. 63 . 95 .0 550 245 405 470 375 530 145 325 590 560 700 230 410 650 375 540 18 17. . 77 . 98 .0 415 230 375 395 335 470 185 335 560 510 640 235 395 600 345 490 22.45 10 65.17 98 63. 77 . 72 . 120 . 105 . 374 315 316.45 12 65. . 180 177. . 66 . . . 72 - → 153 172 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X. 66 .0 22 63 . . .. .90 35 65..F190.0 465 230 380 415 345 480 180 340 570 530 660 235 400 610 355 510 20 20. 87 . . 80 . 61 .05 7.0 105 125 200 155 145 220 120 195 265 200 270 135 215 280 155 235 90 86.0 140 125 200 160 150 225 115 190 270 205 275 130 210 285 160 235 71 72.0 380 620 365 495 342 510 235 365 430 355 475 185 325 580 550 660 240 16 15. 67 .64 2.0 37 76 .F. 95 .01 65. . 79 . .5 34.14 123 60. .0 65.0 560 255 400 485 390 520 165 330 620 600 720 245 405 670 395 540 14 13. 110 - 125 133.14 108 65.33 7.0 30 69 . 84 .n1 = 1000 1/min 65 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 7. 77 .32 54 63.1 65. 66 . . 69 .61 73 65. 82 .51 22 65..43 4.90 42 65. 89 - 280 281. 110 - 140 143.93 56 65. 100 - 160 161. 110 .4 22.0 25 66 .05 133 61.3 65. 84 - 280 281. 96 - 160 161. 105 . 660 275 440 580 450 600 *) 320 670 670 810 250 11.6 1050 *) 445 670 470 660 *) *) 460 530 720 *) 310 690 340 570 8 8.0 215 140 235 205 185 270 250 335 145 240 345 185 280 X3F. 105 - 125 133. 69 .. .0 630 240 385 485 385 520 *) 315 600 590 710 230 390 660 390 530 276 12. 78 . 86 .0 115 120 115 175 260 195 255 130 71 72. .0 98 115 175 135 130 195 110 175 235 175 235 120 190 250 140 210 100 97.0 160 125 195 165 150 220 210 275 130 210 285 160 235 346 22 110 185 270 370 63 60. .01 20 65. . 82 .5 870 245 450 640 465 640 *) *) 580 640 800 *) 395 720 420 610 10 10.30 65 65.55 65. 84 . .05 5.14 10 65.0 72 94 . .0 33 77 .14 90 65.25 166 59. .0 81 110 160 130 125 175 110 160 225 165 215 120 175 235 135 190 100 97. . 73 . . 94 . .1 7.43 3. 74 . 95 . 72 - 400 390. . 130 . 74 .. 70 .6 65.. . 84 . 96 . 70 .95 6. 90 . .5 730 260 420 580 440 590 *) 300 640 660 800 230 410 730 435 590 10 10.n1 = 1200 1/min 65 kNm 7.0 72 110 165 130 125 175 110 160 225 165 215 120 180 235 135 190 112 119.61 88 65.0 160 135 205 180 165 235 130 200 300 235 295 145 220 315 175 250 210 225 282 50 50. 61 .0 64 95 .0 60 85 .93 67 65. 86 . .2 65. 92 .0 23 67 .0 750 230 410 540 405 560 *) 270 580 600 740 *) 395 670 390 560 12.8 65. 82 . 77 . 81 . 66 . . helical gear units X.0 27 70 . .32 45 63. 100 .9 65. 63 . 288 224 233. .0 215 155 235 215 195 275 135 220 345 280 355 160 250 370 200 290 35.0 44 82 . . . 31 110 205 320 45 44.17 118 63.0 395 630 365 500 354 455 245 375 430 355 480 195 335 580 540 660 250 18 17.5 32. 350 250 262. 83 .5 12.87 7. .76 35 65.0 53 91 .0 140 140 180 165 235 130 200 300 230 295 150 315 175 250 56 180 155 145 205 195 270 150 215 346 53.6 65. 72 . .94 5.0 280 160 250 245 215 300 140 230 380 315 395 170 265 400 220 315 28 28. .0 170 145 225 190 175 255 245 320 150 240 330 185 270 282 24 130 215 310 56 53.55 19 65. 115 .47 31 65.0 87 115 180 135 130 195 110 175 235 175 235 125 195 250 140 210 112 119. . 93 .1 7. 76 . 76 .0 190 140 225 190 175 255 125 210 310 245 325 150 240 330 180 270 50 50.33 8.76 29 65. 39.0 21 60 . 91 .0 53 86 .. 63 . . 66 . 87 . . 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X4F.47 55 65. 82 .05 199 58. .. 87 . . 80 . 105 .0 1000 *) 495 690 485 710 *) *) 390 465 700 *) 11.0 55 83 .1 7. 88 . 76 - X. 94 - 280 281. 89 . .0 620 210 435 475 365 570 *) 270 520 510 700 *) 410 620 335 560 22. 94 - 200 198. 95 . 115 - 125 133. . 40 39. 83 .0 96 100 . 79 - → 153 Catalog – Helical and Bevel-Helical Gear Units X.0 390 135 290 270 215 355 *) 135 290 230 370 *) 260 380 160 325 35. .05 166 61. 90 . . 94 . 73 . 120 - 125 133.0 41 77 .0 145 120 215 155 145 235 100 200 260 195 285 125 225 275 150 250 100 97.7 65. . 87 . .0 33 70 . . . .0 420 150 290 290 235 360 *) 195 355 305 430 115 280 420 210 350 28 28. 85 . . 75 . 73 .90 62 65.5 65. .64 4.0 270 *) 190 305 240 345 45 44.25 207 59.14 184 60.6 465 140 285 290 230 355 *) 185 355 310 430 *) 275 415 205 345 25 25.0 41 82 .14 15 65. . 93 . .6 1300 *) 445 660 435 680 *) *) *) *) *) *) *) 500 *) 390 8 8.08 60 65.4 65.0 110 100 .0 210 205 185 285 115 220 320 255 350 350 185 300 56 53.0 37 70 . .05 10 65. 80 - 400 390..3 65.55 28 125 220 175 160 250 130 230 300 160 255 346 65.3 1500 *) 420 620 *) 680 *) *) *) *) *) *) *) *) *) *) 10 8 8.14 221 57. 125 .0 440 125 285 270 215 355 *) 125 285 240 375 *) 255 375 155 325 31. .43 6. 92 .0 285 145 265 225 195 310 73 215 315 255 370 135 270 355 185 315 65. kNm 680 460 740 *) *) *) 440 11. . 135 .43 5.0 325 150 275 250 210 330 *) 200 335 275 390 125 270 390 195 325 35. 77 . 94 . .0 67 89 .30 98 410 660 365 570 354 65. 83 .47 46 65.17 30 65. 85 .32 81 63. 105 . . 100 . 79 . 81 .14 135 65.0 46 76 . 374 315 316. 82 . 82 . 93 . 98 - 280 281. . .87 13 65. .0 840 215 455 600 435 630 *) *) 500 540 730 *) 380 670 350 580 14 13. 98 . 89 . 66 . 350 250 262.0 90 91 .F190. 68 ..0 210 130 235 185 165 270 72 190 275 210 310 120 240 310 160 275 71 72. 75 . 89 - 355 347.5 65.01 36 220 195 310 78 215 315 250 365 135 65.94 7. 110 .23 4.64 5. . 84 . 89 .06 38 140 255 220 190 300 125 250 355 175 295 X3F.0 155 130 235 175 160 265 115 220 290 220 320 135 250 310 165 280 90 86.5 34.95 7.0 510 *) 310 310 235 390 *) *) 295 255 405 *) 265 405 160 345 28 28. 120 . 105 - 160 161. 76 . 65. 92 . 97 . 350 250 262. 70 .17 147 325 680 315 590 X2F.25 248 56.0 255 145 270 275 355 185 315 282 50 50. . ..0 73 83 . .01 30 65. .0 175 100 195 275 215 300 71 72.01 22 65. 115 - 140 143. .0 46 80 .0 680 230 440 520 400 580 *) 260 550 550 730 *) 18 17.4 22. .3 65.05 8. . 81 . 73 .2 11.5 32. 98 .0 65 85 . 115 . . 76 - 400 390. . .0 940 *) 440 600 430 620 *) *) 480 540 720 *) 350 650 340 570 276 12.51 34 65.30 118 65. .7 65. 97 .n1 = 1500 1/min 65 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 7.0 325 130 270 245 345 150 295 X3F.17 177 59. 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140 . 110 . 115 .1 1050 305 530 860 840 1000 *) *) 730 1250 1400 *) 410 950 760 960 8 7.0 115 140 205 170 185 245 135 200 305 275 335 150 220 320 195 265 80 79. 105 . 135 - 125 123.0 79.0 520 295 455 530 560 700 245 410 760 940 1050 305 475 810 570 730 18 18. 185 . 160 152. 350 224 226. 130 . 88 .0 105 135 205 165 180 245 130 200 300 265 325 145 220 315 190 260 90 90. 125 . .0 87 110 .2 11. 175 .34 7. 105 . 99 - 355 347. 115 .0 185 160 255 215 230 320 140 235 365 355 440 165 270 390 235 335 63 64.39 69 79.92 5.49 10 79.87 4. 85 .F200. . .94 39 79. 92 . 100 .F. . 87 . 94 . 130 .. . .31 137 70. .87 3.9 79. . . . . 105 .0 740 295 465 630 640 790 *) 340 760 1050 260 455 850 630 790 12. 90 . 40 39. 93 - 355 347. 374 280 280.0 130 140 220 180 190 270 135 215 315 290 360 150 240 335 200 285 90 90. 100 - 315 306.25 8.5 79.8 980 290 520 770 760 950 *) *) 750 1200 1350 *) 465 910 710 920 11..0 195 240 215 230 305 145 230 370 360 430 170 390 240 320 160 235 210 225 255 380 235 315 346 50 48. 145 .8 79.34 6.0 155 290 145 220 355 330 400 165 63 64. 99 .0 1050 300 540 850 830 1000 *) *) 670 1200 1350 *) 410 910 720 940 X2F. . 110 . 82 .n1 = 1200 1/min 79 kNm 6.9 79.28 74 79.44 33 79. 40 39. 120 .0 220 160 245 225 240 315 150 230 380 375 450 170 260 400 250 330 160 255 282 45 44.41 34 79. 115 .0 42 91 . 110 .0 50 97 . . 125 .. .1 7. .0 320 175 285 275 290 395 110 235 420 450 550 170 290 460 285 400 35.9 79.49 12 79. . .83 8. 105 .0 620 295 485 580 610 780 190 405 780 1000 1150 285 500 850 610 800 18 18. 374 280 280. .12 3. .51 51 79.28 61 79.44 186 66.0 460 280 425 485 510 650 235 385 710 860 980 285 450 760 520 670 20 20.44 155 66. 105 . 90 - X. 91 . 190 . . 86 .1 1250 *) 550 880 860 1050 *) *) 440 1050 1250 *) *) 850 640 890 8 7. 110 . . . 105 . 165 . 115 .4 23.n1 = 1000 1/min 79 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6. 105 .09 119 76.69 79 79. . . . 10 10. 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X4F. . 100 .0 35 87 . 105 .48 16 79.0 890 315 510 760 760 920 *) 270 790 1200 1350 240 465 930 720 900 X2F. . 170 .. 105 - 315 306.9 1150 330 600 940 920 1150 *) *) 720 1300 1500 *) 440 1000 790 1050 9 9. . 97 . 350 224 226. 120 . 10 10. 145 - 125 123.0 68 105 .5 36. .0 330 180 270 275 290 375 140 240 430 465 550 180 285 460 290 390 28 29.. .13 31 79.. 135 . 120 . . 180 . 130 - 180 172. 79 .17 3.5 32. 110 . 97 .0 135 140 210 175 190 255 135 205 315 285 350 150 225 325 200 270 71 73. .3 6.0 440 190 315 335 340 455 *) 245 465 540 650 170 315 520 330 455 25 25.0 210 165 260 270 400 245 345 346 50 48.51 43 79.8 820 305 490 690 700 850 *) 350 810 1150 1300 270 480 900 690 860 11. . 94 . . 120 .0 105 115 .0 175 300 145 225 360 345 415 170 155 235 200 215 250 370 225 305 370 56 55.0 38 86 .09 99 76.0 670 310 1200 305 495 880 650 820 342 485 620 640 800 210 405 820 1050 14 14. 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135 ..14 27 79.44 1050 1250 276 131 79.0 440 170 315 315 325 450 *) 190 395 470 590 120 295 475 290 435 31.44 233 66. 130 .9 79.0 1000 275 560 1150 1400 *) 475 900 700 950 342 780 770 1000 *) *) 720 14 14. 105 . 215 .1 7. 96 . 125 - 250 247. 155 . 125 . 100 .3 6. 140 - 180 172. 130 .31 205 70.0 115 115 . 125 .0 110 120 .0 1350 *) 570 1100 *) *) 750 530 830 X2F. 135 .0 1650 *) 630 960 930 1250 *) *) *) *) 475 *) *) 420 *) 580 kW 9 9.0 880 265 530 1050 1250 *) 455 850 630 870 354 700 700 920 *) *) 670 16 16. . 120 .92 9.6 1150 *) 580 1050 1300 *) 365 840 640 342 840 810 1100 *) *) 490 950 354 14 14.2 11.14 33 79. .28 111 79. 115 - 315 306. . .51 79.12 5.0 43 88 . 110 . kW Selection Tables min-1 X. 190 . 100 . . 95 .5 79. 145 . 374 280 280.9 79. 350 224 226. . 155 . 96 .0 345 170 310 275 285 420 425 550 140 305 440 265 415 282 40 *) 230 385 50 48.. .0 53 96 . 175 .0 140 145 240 185 200 295 130 230 325 300 390 150 260 345 205 310 100 99.51 64 79. 120 - 250 247.3 79.4 23.. 105 .0 210 150 270 215 225 340 125 245 350 350 455 155 285 380 230 350 80 79.4 79. 115 . 94 . . 110 .3 6.0 320 170 305 265 280 410 410 530 145 305 435 260 405 346 37 *) 230 380 370 56 55.48 23 79. 98 . 115 . 93 . 165 - 112 112. 105 .73 7. 150 . 105 . 145 .F200.83 13 79.25 15 79.49 15 79.66 6.44 280 63. 94 . .09 149 76.0 69 100 . .44 157 75. 135 . 115 . .9 1650 *) 610 980 950 1250 *) *) *) *) 660 *) *) 540 *) 650 7.49 18 77.. 85 .0 280 165 300 255 265 395 *) 225 365 385 510 145 300 420 250 390 63 64. . .0 200 150 255 205 220 315 135 240 350 340 435 160 270 370 225 335 71 73. .0 155 125 .25 12 79.9 1500 *) 570 *) 510 *) *) 420 *) X2F. 115 .0 130 120 . .28 92 79. 110 .47 81 79. 155 .0 46 94 .41 51 79.09 178 72. 160 - 140 139. .0 175 150 250 200 215 310 130 235 340 325 415 155 265 360 220 325 80 79. . 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X4F.25 46 79. . 105 .66 7. .2 1900 *) 570 940 910 1300 *) *) *) *) *) *) *) *) *) *) 10 7. 92 .1 7.31 246 66.5 32.73 72 77.0 550 170 340 370 370 510 *) 175 425 550 680 *) 310 520 330 485 25 25.0 105 120 .5 32. kNm 860 840 1150 *) *) *) 560 10 10.4 23.62 79. . .13 56 79.. .0 400 170 310 300 315 440 *) 200 395 455 580 125 295 465 280 425 300 280 290 415 285 440 265 400 X3F. . 125 . 98 . . .05 166 75.0 51 91 . . 288 200 199.0 85 105 . . 150 . 100 .34 12 79.0 480 150 330 325 330 480 *) *) 330 425 570 *) 280 455 260 430 35.0 570 145 340 360 360 510 *) *) 335 465 610 *) 275 470 280 455 28 29. 110 . .13 21 79.n1 = 1500 1/min 79 kNm PTH [kW] 20 °C M1 M5 M4 iN i ex n2 MN2 PN1 2/3/4 [min-1] [kNm] [kW] H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O H2O + + + M1 H2O H2O H2O M5 M4 6. 105 . . 125 .6 79. 87 . 105 .9 79. 155 - 125 123.51 77 74.0 78 100 . 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