PARAMAX

Parallel Shaft & Right Angle Speed Reducers

Maintenance Manual

THE AVAILABLE SOLUTION, WORLDWIDE.
NOTE: • PARAMAX Units should be handled, installed and maintained by trained technicians. Carefully read the maintenance manual before use. • Oil is removed from PARAMAX Units before shipment. Fill with oil according to the maintenance manual before operation. • A copy of this maintenance manual should be sent to the actual user of PARAMAX. • This maintenance manual should be maintained by the user.

Manual 07.701.60.004

PARAMAX “The Available Solution, Worldwide.”

SUMITOMO PARAMAX
Sumitomo has applied in excess of 50 years of speed reducer experience to the design and manufacture of PARAMAX Parallel Shaft and Right Angle Speed Reducers. During this time we have designed and built some of the largest, most durable and trouble-free speed reducers in the world. Our fully integrated engineering and production facilities are equipped to provide prompt delivery of products manufactured to exacting standards at a competitive price. A worldwide network of regional offices, sales representatives, distributors and service technicians provides qualified, on-the-spot field service wherever and whenever you need it.

GREATER CAPACITY , QUIET, TROUBLE FREE
Produced with special Vacuum Degassed Alloy Steel, helical gearing in the PARAMAX series is machined using the protuberance hobbing method to generate a tooth having an increased helix angle and pressure angle. After machining, the teeth are gas carburized, heat treated and ground to the highest standards of accuracy. Spiral Bevel gearing is also carburized, heat treated and finished to the same standards. The result is greater capacity, smoother, quieter operation and longer trouble-free life than conventional hardened and ground gearing.

FEATURES
ECONOMY STANDARDIZATION, , INTERCHANGEABILITY
Featuring a concept of standardized gear set design and manufacture, PARAMAX® offers the most economical and uniformly high-quality product available for demanding parallel shaft and right angle applications. Standardization also provides the added economy and value of interchangeability of gear sets from size to size.

COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN, MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY
Ratios and dimensions of each stage of gearing are optimized through the latest computer-aided design technology.

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Be sure to observe ! DANGER • Transport. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • Oil has been removed from PARAMAX DRIVE before shipment from our factory. . . . . . . .Safety and Other Precautions • Carefully read this maintenance manual and all accompanying documents before use (installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Construction drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thoroughly understand the machine. . . . . . . . Fill with oil before use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . injury or damage to the machine may result. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .). . . . . . . . . . . inspection. . . . . . • Pay particular attention to the “DANGER” and “CAUTION” warnings regarding safety and proper use. . . . . . • When the unit is to be used for an elevator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . to the unit. . • Do not remove the rating plate. . . . . . . otherwise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Inspection upon delivery . . injury or damage to a system may occur. . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Storage . . . . will void the warranty and all subsequent claims. . . . . or damage to the system. . . . . . may lead to serious danger depending on the situation. . . . . . . . . . . . . operation. . 3 Installation . . . . . . information about safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . otherwise. . . . . . . . .20 Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Daily inspection and maintenance . . . . . . . . . . injury or damage to a system may occur. . . . maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! ! DANGER CAUTION CAUTION : Improper handling may result in physical damage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Disassembly/reassembly and disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . death. . . . . . and inspections should be handled by properly trained technicians. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Oil quantity . . . . • Any modifications or alterations of any kind. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . or damage to the elevator may result. . . . . . . . . . . . a secondary safety device should be installed to minimize chances of accidents resulting in injury. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . and all precautions for correct operation. Maintain this manual for future reference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • When the unit is to be used in a system for transport of human beings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • Damaged units should be taken off-line and not put back in operation until properly repaired. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . 3 Transportation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . death. . . . ! CAUTION • The unit should be operated only within its design and performance specifications. . . . . . . . . . .11 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CONTENTS Page Safety and other precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • Keep hands and all foreign objects from the internal moving parts of the unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . serious injury. . . . . .21 Locations of oil filler and drain plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . otherwise. . . . . . .4 Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : Improper handling may result in physical damage and/or personal injury. . . . . . . maintenance. . . .3 Coupling with other machines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ! Matters described in important matters described herein. . . . . . install a safety device on the elevator side to prevent it from falling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . etc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . otherwise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . plumbing.19 Oil seal dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Operation . . . . . . . serious personal injury and/or death. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1-2) Types of reducers Symbols denote the following. contact the nearest agent. • Verify that the unit received is in fact the one ordered. z RATIO information ready when making inquiries. y SERIAL No.. injury may result. otherwise. distributor or service office.Inspection Upon Delivery ! CAUTION • Unpack the unit after verifying that it is positioned right side up. Check that the type of reducer conforms to your order. When a different product is installed. PX Series PX PARAMAX 065 R 2 RL Shaft arrangement 16 Nominal reduction ratio Size Slow – speed shaft Blank Assembly H Solid Shaft Hollow Shaft P Parallel shafts R Right– angle shafts Auxiliary symbol installation Gear stages Blank V Auxiliary symbol (type) Blank A D Cast housing Steel housing Drop bearing housing W Horizontal Vertical Upright 2 . Upon delivery of the PARAMAX check the following: x The descriptions on the rating plate conform to your order. If there is any doubt that the unit delivered conforms to the one ordered. injury or damage to the system may result. y There were no parts damaged during transport. 1-1) How to check the rating plate x Type of speed reducer (Details shown below) y Serial number z Reduction ratio Rating plate of reducer • Have the x MODEL. Ž All bolts and nuts are firmly tightened.

• Do not store PARAMAX outdoors or in a wet location. or service office immediately. Every 2-3 months after shipment. covered storage area. ! CAUTION • Do not place any objects that will hinder ventilation around PARAMAX. or heat build-up. • When PARAMAX is used in food processing applications vulnerable to oil contamination. otherwise. check that it is free from abnormal sound. Installation ! DANGER • Never stand directly under a unit suspended by a crane or other lifting mechanism. After starting PARAMAX. • Do not touch the key at the shaft end or on the inside of PARAMAX. otherwise. As an alternative to (3). oil leakage may damage products. injury or damage to the unit and/or lifting device may occur. Inspect and replace the oil seals after long-term storage if there are any signs of damage or cracking. (4) Transport ! CAUTION • Exercise ample care not to drop PARAMAX during transport. • Do not step on or hang from PARAMAX. otherwise. consider the following important points. vibration. If this is not possible. 3 . Never hoist a PARAMAX that exceeds the rating of the crane or other mechanism being used to lift it. contact the nearest agent. If any kind of anomaly is observed. Before hoisting. check the weight with the rating plate. however. plug the air vent and rotate shafts occasionally (every 3 months). be sure to use it. fill the gearcase completely with the normal operating oil grade. After mounting PARAMAX on a system. catalog.Storage When storing PARAMAX for any extended periods of time before use. etc. personal injury or death may result. 2-1) Temporary storage (1) Store PARAMAX in a clean.) according to the inhibitor manufacturer’s recommendations. injury may result. or when PARAMAX is to be stored for more than 6 months. injury may result. do not hoist the entire system using the hanging bolt or hole. dealer. Otherwise. When a hanging bolt or hole is provided. dry. fill the unit with the proper amount of vapor phase inhibitor (Shell VSI 32 or equiv. otherwise. 2-2) Long-term storage (1) (2) (3) The oil seals will deteriorate when exposed to high temperatures and UV rays. outline drawing. crate. cooling effect is reduced. otherwise. and this may lead to a possible fire hazard due to excessive heat build-up. install an oil pan or other such device to cope with oil leakage due to failure or limited service life. operate PARAMAX with the recommended lubricant for 5-10 minutes.

4 . dealer or service office. • Correctly tighten respective bolts to the specified torque shown in the drawing. the system may be damaged due to misalignment. otherwise. vibration or shaft misalignment. 4-3) Foundation Reducer must be mounted on a rigid foundation which prevents flexing.002” per foot. Incorrect direction of rotation may cause injury or damage to the system. • Confirm the direction of rotation before coupling PARAMAX with its driven machine. Fig. damage to the system may result. • When a product is made according to special specifications for outdoor use or use in explosive environments. Coupling With Other Machines ! CAUTION • Install appropriate guard devices around rotating parts. • Remove the key temporarily attached to the ouptut shaft of PARAMAX when the shaft is free-rotating (i. not coupled). The reducer must be level within . 1. catalog. the product can be safely operated under those specified conditions without problem. When the unit is directly coupled with another machine. catalog. contact the nearest agent. drawings. explosive gas. Location of installation: Indoors • Special specifications are necessary when installation conditions are other than those mentioned here. etc. both front to back and side to side. otherwise.e. 1 Limits for installation angle • Install PARAMAX on a sufficiently rigid base.4-1) Location of installation Ambient temperature: 15 to 105°F Ambient humidity: 85% max. otherwise. etc. 4-2) Installation angle The installation angle shall be within the limits shown in Fig.. • When coupling PARAMAX. In such cases. injury may result. injury may result from disintegrating couplings.. • Use installation bolts corresponding to SAE strength class 8 or its equivalent. confirm that the alignment error is within the coupling manufacturer’s specified limits shown in the maintenance manual. otherwise. Ambient atmosphere: There shall be no corrosive gas. and free from dust. injury may result. check that the belt tension and the parallelism of the pulley are within the specified limits.. or steam. • When a belt is used for coupling the unit with another machine. check that the direct coupling accuracy is within the specified limits. otherwise. The installation space shall be well ventilated.

3 (2) Use of chain. The amount must be specified by V belt manufacturer. (3) Use of V belt • Excessive V belt tension will damage the shaft and bearing. 4). 3 shall be within the tolerance shown in Table. 6).5-1) Installation of coupler • When attaching a coupler. • The pitch circle of the sprocket or gear shall be more than three times the shaft diameter. B. • Use a matched set with identical circumferential length when more than one V belt is used. Fig. • Accuracy of parallelism (β) between two pulleys shall be less than 20’ (Fig. 4 Fig. and holds shaft and hub as one fixture (Fig. • Shrink fit or shaft-end thread is recommended for mounting (Fig. or gear • The chain tension angle shall be perpendicular to the shaft of PARAMAX. 1. Fig. 2).002” Specified by coupling manufacturer Fig. otherwise. and X) illustrated in Fig. 5 5-2) Hollow shaft 5-2-1) Shrink disc type The shrink disc has a keyless shrink fit mechanism which shrinks hub (HB) mechanically through the tightening locking bolt (ZS). sprocket. (1) Use of coupling The dimensions (A. Fig. • Locate the sprocket or gear as close to PARAMAX as possible so that the point of application of the load will be closer to the PARAMAX vertical centerline (Fig.002” 0. 5). 2 Table 1 Aligning tolerance for coupling Tolerance for A dimension Tolerance for B dimension X dimension 0. be careful not to apply impact force or excessive thrust to the shaft. 6 Full mounted position 5 . the bearing may be damaged.

keep surface (a) as clean as possible (no grease). 7) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Clean and degrease contact surfaces (a) and (c). After confirming that the shrink disc is set correctly. (2) Smear surface of shaft (e) with molybdenum disulfide grease. Fig. However. (Bolt (f) is not supplied with the unit. (n). fix bolt (f). When replacing it. (3) Turn nut (b) and slide the reducer over the driven shaft. 9) (1) Slide O-ring (i) over the driven shaft. In case of a vertical type unit. 9 Mounting Securing (Fig. Note 2. and (n) are optional. (f). 10 Securing 6 . 8) (1) Loosen locking bolt (ZS) and remove shrink disc (k). Fig. Order these as required. Use ring (c) as necessary. Fig. mount a thrust washer (B) to prevent the reducer from moving when locking nut (ZS) is loosened (Fig. Note 1. 7 Mounting Removal procedure (Fig. securing and removing the unit. Tighten locking bolt (ZS) at specified torque (TA) (using a torque wrench). (ZY). use one specified by the manufacturer. A high-tensile bolt (SAE Grade 8) is used as a locking bolt (ZS). 10) (1) After mounting the reducer on the driven shaft.Mounting procedure (Fig. Smear surface (c) with “Molykote 321” or its equivalent. (e). Mounting procedure (Fig. (m). tighten the bolts with a wrench of appropriate length. Set the shrink disk (k) at dimensions (LV). (2) Set thrust washer (f) and hexagon head bolt the reducer from the driven shaft using bolt (m). 8 Removal 5-2-2) Key way connection The hollow shaft bore is provided with retaining ring (d). Make sure that both plates are parallel when tightening bolts. Slide O-ring (b) onto the shaft. It is recommended to tighten respective bolts by 30° each time. Uniformly tighten bolts clockwise (not diagonally) while keeping both plates parallel. Mount the reducer on the driven shaft and screw nut (e) until faces (g) and (h) make contact.) (2) The bore should be protected by cover (g). Ring (d) is the essential component for mounting. 6). Fig. Remove Note: Parts (d).

and (J) are optional. provide a distance ring (h) for fixing in place. 12) (1) Remove ring (d). 11) when mounting. Parts (a). Fig. (Distance ring (h) is not supplied with the unit. 12 Removal 5-2-3) Torque arm – (The torque arm is optional.Special Cases (Fig. 13 shows the construction of a standard torque arm. Select a torque arm support with proper construction and strength. (b). 13 Standard torque arm Fig. (n). Attach bolt (J) to ring (d). and reset ring (d). 11) (1) If the driven shaft has no shoulder (Fig. mount bolt (n).) The hollow shaft reducer is fixed by the torque arm to prevent the reducer from revolving by an opposite reaction force. (c). Note 2. Note 1. Order these as required. 11 Securing (driven shaft without shoulder) Removal procedure (Fig.) Fig. taking into consideration the reaction force of the reducer and the impact load. and turn bolt (J) to disconnect the hollow shaft from the driven shaft. Fig. Use bolt (T) and nut (M) classified as SAE strength class 8. 14 Hollow shaft dimensions (shrink disc type) 7 . Note 1. The number of disc spring(s) differs according to the size of the reducer. Fig.

35 41.M12 6 .22 0.M12 6 .20 0.86 9.12 0.72 8100 TAS3081.35 17.54 16.73 7.M12 6 . Use a flow switch and/or sight to verify that lubricant is circulating.70 20.000 3.06 1.5 2.20 0.47 17.M12 6 .18 0.12 0.12 0.95 33.24 17.23 33.M12 2.20 0.M16 70 80 90 110 124 146 167 195 215 230 235 250 270 285 60 h6 70 h6 80 h6 95 h6 105 h6 125 h6 145 h6 170 g6 190 g6 200 g6 210 g6 220 g6 240 g6 250 g6 61 71 81 96 106 126 146 171 191 201 211 221 241 251 63 73 83 98 108 128 148 173 193 203 213 223 243 253 79 89 98 111 127 147 174 197 212 222 234 244 263 273 325 355 390 445 500 580 640 710 840 855 930 945 1025 1060 240 270 295 335 380 435 475 520 635 640 705 715 770 785 80 80 90 110 110 130 160 190 200 205 215 225 245 245 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2.02 1.5 2.15 3.M12 4 .5 2.06 1.83 25. Failure to do so may damage the unit.36 40.95 25.25 9.12 0.22 13.15 3.375 8.06 10.47 25.43 1.51 9.20 0.80 13. This will enable proper lubrication of the bearings prior to start-up.29 8095 260PSV5003 10.M12 6 .46 8075 185PSV5003 7.1-260 10.57 4.M12 6 .80 3.30 7.17) PX-8 MODEL MODEL Shrink Disk d Ds H Screws ZS TA N-m J LZ Hollow Shaft LR LV N-ZY DZ dw d1 D h7 Machine Shaft D1 min L1 L2 L3 L4 R Z (DEPTH) 8015 HSD-81x80 80 138 31 M8 29 8025 HSD-81x90 90 155 38 M8 29 8035 HSD-81x100 100 170 43 M8 29 8045 125PSV5004 125 215 65 M12 100 8055 140PSV5004 140 230 74 M12 100 8065 165PSV5004 165 290 88 M16 250 8075 185PSV5003 185 330 86 M16 250 8085 220PSV5003 220 370 104 M16 250 8090 240PSV5003 240 405 109 M20 490 8095 260PSV5003 260 430 120 M20 490 8100 TAS3081.56 8055 140PSV5004 5.19 3.70 9.24 0.31 30.40 2.750 12.20 0.91 8065 165PSV5004 6.250 g6 8.77) M36(2.88 2.5 6 6 6 6 6 6 14 14 14 20 22 27 26 26 27 27 27 27 32 32 4 .66 36.57 7.875 g6 METRIC 2.17) M36(2.17) M36(2.15 5.66 14.06 1.32 4.5 4.1-300 11.5 4.5 2.55 0.875 h6 6.20 0. 6-4) Oil quantity An estimated quantity of oil for standard specifications is shown in item 12.750 4.33 4.M12 6 .M12 4 .45 10.M12 4 .24 11.94 4.20 40.10 0.63 11.75 6.5 4.15 30.40 7.18 0.000 8.22 0.33 5.26 4 .24 M8 M8 M8 M12 M12 M16 M16 M16 M20 M20 M20 M20 M20 M20 260 260 260 885 885 2200 2200 2200 4300 4300 4800 4800 4800 4350 5.87 1.11 5.31 5.79 0.88 5.54 12.22 8025 HSD-81x90 3.12 0.91 14.750 h6 3.30 7. and for emergency motor stop if necessary.91 8.M12 6 .28 12. 6-2) Splash lubrication In standard cases.50 11.26 1.91 3.875 6. 8 .M6 4 .24 0.59 8115 TAS3091-320 12.500 10.13 18.38) M30(1.93 4.35 28.60 20.M8 4 .80 22.12 6.17 4.Table 2 Hollow shaft dimensions PX-8 MODEL MODEL Shrink Disk d Ds H Screws ZS TA in-lbs J LZ Hollow Shaft LR LV N-ZY DZ INCH Machine Shaft dw d1 D h7 D1 min L1 L2 L3 L4 R Z (DEPTH) 8015 HSD-81x80 3.1-260 11.81 19.17) M36(2.31 8.M12 6 . “Oil quantity.10 0.375 4.55 0.625 10.96 17.375 g6 9.375 10.78 4.375 8. splash lubrication is applied to horizontal PARAMAX when the high-speed shaft speed is 750-1800 rpm.84 10.1-300 300 485 142 M20 540 8115 TAS3091-320 320 520 184 M20 490 135 328 145 358 160 393 180 448 200 503 230 583 260 644 285 714 350 844 350 859 390 934 390 949 420 1030 420 1065 3 3 3 3 3 3 5.54 4.18) M20(1.17) M36(2.M12 4 .19 14.M12 6 .69 22.87 8.68 8.10 1.M6 4 -M6 4 .M8 4 .82 36.54 6.54 4.61 13.875 7.10 0.11 33.5 2.18 0.5 4.63 11.5 4.49 9. Supply oil before operation.24 0. Use a dipstick or visible oil gauge to check the oil level.750 g6 7.38) M24(1.77 37.77) M30(1.76 3.10 0.98 15.1-260 260 440 120 M20 540 8105 TAS3081.12 0.71 6.500 3.12 0.69 1. switch on the pump motor prior to switching on the reducer motor.375 h6 2.10 0.5 4.5 4.38) M24(1.76 28.5 2.875 3.15 3.09 8090 240PSV5003 9.46 2.125 h6 3.28 8110 TAS3081.12 0.625 g6 9.12 0.02 18.24 0.M6 4 .18 M20(1.24 0.02 1.52 19.46 9.22 2.375 g6 7.875 4.47 7.000 h6 5.875 g6 8.250 9.” The oil quantity shown in the catalog is not exact.09 15.17) M36(2.125 3.75 6.78 13.M12 6 .375 5.94 6.06 1.125 6.18 0.500 2.39 8085 220PSV5003 8.73 9.06 9.000 6.93 0.20 27.125 8.07 33.64 19.48 7. 6-3) Forced lubrication ! CAUTION • For a system in which a lubricant motor pump is provided separately.10 0.1-260 280 460 134 M20 540 8110 TAS3081.24 16.65 9.09 7.35 16.M10 4 .24 0.875 9.07 8.69 8045 125PSV5004 4.750 9.06 1.18 0.61 37.65 0.00 25.50 8035 HSD-81x100 3.33 4.72 8105 TAS3081.250 3.92 8.55 0.12 0.250 h6 5.12 0.5 M20(30) M20(30) M20(30) M24(35) M24(35) M24(35) M30(45) M30(45) M36(55) M36(55) M36(55) M36(55) M36(55) M36(55) Lubrication 6-1) Shipping condition • PARAMAX units are shipped without oil.10 0.20 0.125 6.18) M20(1.09 5.861 8.35 15.500 8.18) M24(1.18 0.M16 6 .625 h6 4.42 3.45 15.78 15.99 3.87 9.12 0.20 27.M6 4 .96 5.06 2.M10 4 .5 5.46 8.55 41.M6 4 .20 0.

350 RPM To 75 RPM 76 . soon after operation of the unit has ceased.750 RPM To 200 RPM 201 . 6-6) Oil supply Supply oil through the filling port atop the main unit..8065 8075 . In case the oil level is lower than the range. RECOMMENDED LUBRICANT GRADES – Table 3 AGMA lubricant numbers ambient temperature C° (F°) -10 to +10 10 to 35 (14 to 50) (50 to 95) 4 6 3 5 4 6 3 5 4 6 3 5 4 6 3 5 4 6 3 5 Reducer Sizes 8015 .6-5) Selection of lubricant Refer to Table 3 to select appropriate viscosity. Check the oil level with a dipstick or visual oil gauge (Fig.8115 8090 . 15 Fig.8135 8120 . Screw the dipstick to its deepest position to check the oil level. 6-7) Greasing (1) Since some bearings are grease lubricated. 9 .8085 8075 . Supply grease according to the input speed — every 1500 hours for speeds up to 750 rpm.8035 8045 . Table 4 shows recommended lubricants.8065 8045 . bolts.8035 8015 . 16). the location and number of grease nipples should be confirmed in advance.8085 8090 . In case the oil level is higher than the range. 15). 16 Care should be maintained during the oil-filling process to ensure that loose nuts. the lubrication will be inadequate. and every 1000 hours for speeds of 750-1800 rpm. washers.225 RPM -40 to -10 (-40 to +14) 3S 3S 3S 3S 3S 3S 3S 3S 3S 3S 35 to 55 (95 to 131) 8 7 8 7 8 7 8 7 8 7 Table 4 Typical Products MANUFACTURER AMOCO MOBIL EXXON CHEVRON SHELL TEXACO SUNOCO 3EP Permagear EP LUB 100 Mobilgear 627 Spartan EP100 Gear Compound EP 100 Omala 100 Meropa 100 — 4EP Permagear EP LUB 150 Mobilgear 629 Spartan EP150 Gear Compound EP 150 Omala 150 Meropa 150 Sunep 150 AGMA GRADE 5EP Permagear EP LUB 220 Mobilgear 630 Spartan EP220 Gear Compound EP 220 Omala 220 Meropa 220 Sunep 220 6EP Permagear EP LUB 320 Mobilgear 632 Spartan EP320 Gear Compound EP 320 Omala 320 Meropa 320 Sunep 320 7EP Permagear EP 460 Mobilgear 634 Spartan EP460 Gear Compound EP 460 Omala 460 Meropa 460 Sunep 460 8EP Permagear EP 680 Mobilgear 636 Spartan EP680 Gear Compound EP 680 Omala 680 Meropa 680 Sunep 680 Lubricants above are typical products ONLY and should not be construed as exclusive recommendations. (2) The bearings are packed with grease at the time of shipment.8135 Output Speed To 400 RPM 401-1100 RPM To 250 RPM 251 . dust. deterioration of the oil is accelerated due to oil temperature rising. the measured oil level will not be correct (Fig. Fig.8115 8120 . but not immediately after). water and other such foreign material do not enter the unit.550 RPM To 120 RPM 121 . 6-8) Waste oil Remove the drain plug under the main unit to drain waste oil while it is still warm (i. Synthetic alternative available upon request.e. otherwise.

(3) The shaft center is not properly aligned with the mating machine. injury may result. splashing lubricant may cause burns. splashing lubrication may cause burns. (1) The housing is deformed because the installation surface is irregular. The surface temperature of the reducer is abnormally high. (4) The oil is not at its specified level (too low or too high). ! CAUTION • The reducer will get very hot during operation. • Do not loosen the oil filler plug during operation. then commence reverse rotation. Do not touch or come in contact in any way with the reducer. • When reversing the direction of rotation. (3) The ambient temperature at which the reducer is operating is too high. first bring the unit to a complete stop. (2) Resonance is occurring due to the lack of rigidity of the installation base. and contact the nearest agent. (2) The variable speed range of the motor is too large. you may suffer burns. otherwise. stop the unit immediately. check the following points prior to operation. otherwise. otherwise. allow for a no-load break-in period. otherwise. etc. When an anomaly is found. Loose clothing caught in these rotating parts may result in severe injury and/or death. Abnormal sound and vibration. or service office. At this time. 10 . otherwise. • If the reducer is operating in an abnormal way. (4) The vibration of the mating machine is transmitted to the reducer.Operation ! DANGER • Never approach or touch any rotating parts (shaft. the system may be damaged. stop operation. otherwise.) during operation. • Do not operate the reducer in a manner that exceeds its rating criteria. After installation. Then gradually apply the design load. (1) The motor current has exceeded the rated current shown in the rating plate. injury or damage to the system may result. confirm the following: Table 5 Items to be checked during break-in period/possible causes. (1) Is the reducer correctly coupled with the mating machine? (2) Are foundation bolts firmly tightened? (3) Does the direction of rotation conform to the one specified and designed for? After confirming the above. • Do not remove any covers or open the reducer during operation. dealer.

whichever comes first. Failure to do so may cause injury and/or death. A surface temperature of approx. 11 .Daily Inspection and Maintenance ! DANGER • Never approach or touch any rotating parts (shaft. the system may be damaged. Troubleshooting (p. after initial start-up. 12). a burn may result. otherwise. Is there abnormal sound or sudden change in the noise characteristics during operation? Is there sudden change in the vibration of the reducer? Excessive vibration? Is the temperature of the surface of the reducer abnormally high (more than 190°F)? Or is it rising rapidly? The temperature rise during operation differs according to the type of reducer. ( ) Oil level Oil leakage Foundation bolt Chain and belt Is the oil level decreasing? (Check the oil level with a dipstick or visible oil gauge when the reducer is not operating. consult with the lubricant manufacturer. the hot oil may cause burns. resulting in severe injury and/or death. or service office. (2) In case the oil temperature is below 160°F. a 2500 hour or 1 year (whichever comes first) change interval is recommended.? Have any bolts come loose? Have any transmission belts or chains come loose? When any anomaly is found during daily inspection. Table 6 Inspection item Noise Vibration Surface temperature Items to be checked during break-in period/possible causes. otherwise. contact the nearest agent. you may be caught in the gear engaging section. Do not touch the reducer. and use only those recommended lubricants. • Do not operate any units without all (safety) covers in place. distributor. Loose clothing caught in these rotating parts may result in severe injury and/or death. 8-2) Change of lubricant (1) Change oil 500 hours or 6 months. otherwise.) Is oil leaking from the oil seal. 175°F will not cause any adverse effects as long as it doesn’t rise significantly above this level. whichever comes first. 8-1) Daily inspection To ensure proper and continued optimum operation.” If normal operation is still not possible.) when maintaining or inspecting the reducer during operation. otherwise. etc. a 5000 hour or 1 year (whichever comes first) change interval is recommended. (4) Deterioration of the oil will be accelerated when the ambient temperature changes rapidly or the ambient atmosphere contains corrosive gases. • Be sure to stop both the driving and driven machines before checking any tooth surfaces. etc. otherwise. In these situations. use the table below to perform daily inspections of the unit. The second oil change should be after 2500 hours or 6 months. ! CAUTION • The surface of the reducer will get hot. • Do not remove any covers or open the reducer during operation. (3) In case the oil temperature is above 160°F. take appropriate corrective measures based on “9. • Change lubricant according to the maintenance manual. • Do not change the oil during operation or soon after operation has ceased. splashing hot lubricant may cause burns.

the system may be damaged. 10-2) Disposal ! CAUTION • Dispose of the reducer and lubricant as general industrial waste. bearings. Resonance due to insufficient rigidity of installation base Incorrect alignment with the mating machine Transmission of the mating machine’s vibration to the reducer Correction Repair at a specialized workshop Place the key in position Repair at a specialized workshop Adjust the protective device Change the connection Reduce the load to the specified value Improve the ventilation method Repair at a specialized workshop Change the oil seal Repair at a specialized workshop Tighten the joint bolts to their proper torque Repair at a specialized workshop Flatten the installation surface or use shims for adjustment Reinforce the installation base to improve the rigidity Align the shaft center Independently operate the reducer to check the source of abnormal sound Disassembly/Reassembly and Disposal 10-1) Disassembly and reassembly ! CAUTION • Repair. Cause Damage due to overloaded gears or shafts The key is out of position Scorched bearing Poor adjustment of protective device Incorrect wiring for the motor Overload Excessive temperature rise. etc. Damaged oil seal Oil leakage Oil leaks from the input/output shaft sections. 12 . or bearings Deformation of the housing due to uneven installation surface Abnormal sound. refer to the following table and take appropriate measures as soon as possible. but the output shaft will not. Do not operate the unit until corrective action has been taken. Reverse rotation is possible. and reassembly should be handled by properly trained technicians. Scratches or abrasion of the lip contact section Loose joint bolt Damaged gears. The ambient temperature is too high Damage due to overload applied to gears. Excessively high vibration. Table 7 Details of trouble The input shaft rotates.Troubleshooting ! CAUTION • Identify and provide appropriate corrective action in a timely fashion for any abnormal operation characteristics according to the maintenance manual. When any anomaly occurs in the reducer. when there is no load. Oil leaks from the joint surface of the housing. The output But it seizes up when a load is shaft turns applied. otherwise. disassembly. shafts.

01 21.22 13 .06 65.03 Part Name Housing Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Low Speed Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Oil Pump Key Key Key Key Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Oil Seal Oil Seal Oil Seal Fig.01 36. 13.01 41.04 41.26 25.05 21. No.01 60.02 65.04 60.02 60. 2 – Parallel Shaft Vertical – Double Reduction 60.06 21.06 65.04 21.02 21.24 60.Construction Drawings Fig.01 21.04 40.03 41.01 36.03 36.03 21.05 60.21 41. 1 – Parallel Shaft Horizontal – Double Reduction Ref.02 36.

03 36.21 Part Name Housing Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Low Speed Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Oil Pump Key Key Key Key Key Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Oil Seal Oil Seal Oil Seal Fig.08 65.01 60.08 21. 3 – Parallel Shaft Horizontal – Triple Reduction Ref.07 60. 13.06 40.07 21.01 41.05 21.01 21.02 65.05 36.05 60.06 60.01 36.26 60.02 60.01 36.03 41.Fig.01 21.28 25.05 41.02 21.22 14 .08 65. 4 – Parallel Shaft Vertical – Triple Reduction 41.02 36.04 60.04 41.03 60.03 21.06 21.04 36.04 21. No.

06 36.03 41.28 60.05 41.01 21.02 60.04 Part Name Housing Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Low Speed Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Oil Pump Key Key Key Key Key Key Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Oil Seal Oil Seal Oil Seal Fig.02 36.12 21.21 41.05 60.06 60.01 21.Fig.03 36.08 21.11 21.03 60.02 21.02 65.03 21.32 25.05 36.04 21.05 21. 13.04 36.12 65.06 21.11 60. 5 – Parallel Shaft Horizontal – Quadruple Reduction Ref.01 60.01 36. No.08 40.07 41.01 36.07 21. 6 – Parallel Shaft Vertical – Quadruple Reduction 41.12 65.08 60.01 41.04 60.22 15 .07 60.07 36.

22 16 .04 41.02 65.02 Part Name Housing Bearing Housing Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Low Speed Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Bevel Gear Bevel Pinion Shaft Oil Pump Key Key Key Key Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Oil Seal Oil Seal Oil Seal Fig.02 21.01 36.49 25. 8 – Right Angle Shaft Vertical – Double Reduction 60.09 60.02 36.03 21.09 21.01 21. 7 – Right Angle Shaft Horizontal – Double Reduction Ref.Fig.10 65.09 65. 13.01 60.01 36.04 40.21 41.01 16. No.29 21.04 21.04 60.09 21.03 60.01 41.03 36.24 60.03 41.

10 – Right Angle Shaft Vertical – Triple Reduction 41.Fig.09 21. No.06 21.01 36.05 21.06 40.04 41.21 41.05 60.05 36.04 60.01 21.01 36.06 60.05 41.02 36.09 60.03 60.03 36.22 17 .01 16.09 21. 13.02 65.03 21.01 60.49 25.04 21.29 21.04 36.09 65.02 60.10 65.03 Part Name Housing Bearing Housing Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Low Speed Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Bevel Gear Bevel Pinion Shaft Oil Pump Key Key Key Key Key Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Oil Seal Oil Seal Oil Seal Fig. 9 – Right Angle Shaft Horizontal – Triple Reduction Ref.02 21.26 60.01 41.

02 65.28 60.04 21.09 21.01 16.01 60. No.49 25.04 60.Fig.05 36.01 36.05 60.01 21.04 36.06 21.03 41.07 36. 12 – Right Angle Shaft Vertical – Quadruple Reduction 40.02 36.02 60. 11 – Right Angle Shaft Horizontal – Quadruple Reduction Ref.29 21.09 60.06 36.08 Part Name Housing Bearing Housing Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Shim Low Speed Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Helical Gear Helical Pinion Shaft Bevel Gear Bevel Pinion Shaft Oil Pump Key Key Key Key Key Key Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Bearing Oil Seal Oil Seal Oil Seal Fig.10 65.03 21.03 60.06 60.03 36.01 36.07 60.21 41.05 41.02 21.05 21.08 60.09 65.09 21.07 41.07 21.04 41.08 21.22 18 .01 41. 13.

9 12.1 1.4 11.2 6.8 7.US Gallons VERTICAL REDUCERS Parallel Shaft Right Angle Shaft P2 P3 P4 R2 R3 R4 1.6 2.1 24 29 37 42 53 62 – – – – – – 2.6 15.4 5.2 13.3 7.5 20.6 2.4 4.2 5.1 3.5 6.5 11.5 12.4 24 29 37 42 53 62 – – – – 1.4 3.1 15.4 3.7 9.4 17.4 11.6 16.7 18 29 34 45 52 63 73 – – – – – – 1.9 4.9 32 41 47 58 66 82 87 87 124 124 – – – 5 7.4 4.2 5 8.4 11.2 4.8 7.2 14 18.6 16.2 17.2 6.2 14 19 32 38 47 54 66 78 – – – – HORIZONTAL REDUCERS Parallel Shaft Right Angle Shaft P2 P3 P4 R2 R3 R4 1.4 3.3 9.3 2.8 39 48 58 69 79 96 105 105 166 166 – – 2.4 3.6 2.4 3.7 5.2 32 36 45 52 61 71 – – – – – – – 4 6.9 22.1 1.9 4.1 3.Liters VERTICAL REDUCERS Parallel Shaft Right Angle Shaft P2 P3 P4 R2 R3 R4 4 6 9 13 18 28 44 63 90 120 140 175 200 255 – – – – 4 6 9 13 18 28 44 61 90 120 140 175 200 255 – – – – – – 9 12 19 31 52 68 110 140 170 210 240 295 – – – – – – 3 4 5 7 11 17 23 28 – – – – – – – – – – 9 14 20 31 53 69 120 145 170 210 230 290 – – – – – – – 15 23 35 53 72 120 155 180 220 250 315 – – – – HORIZONTAL REDUCERS Parallel Shaft Right Angle Shaft P2 P3 P4 R2 R3 R4 5 8 11 16 24 37 55 79 110 140 160 205 230 290 – – – – 6 8 12 17 26 42 60 86 120 155 180 225 260 325 390 390 560 560 – – 12 18 28 43 62 90 150 180 220 260 300 365 400 400 630 630 5 7 9 12 20 28 42 61 – 100 – 150 – 200 – – – – – – 11 16 25 40 57 83 120 155 180 220 250 310 330 330 470 470 – – – 19 30 46 67 97 150 180 210 255 300 360 400 400 600 600 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 8065 8075 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 8120 8125 8130 8135 19 .1 9.6 2.6 10.5 8.8 7.7 25.Oil Quantity Table 8 Approximate Oil Quantity TYPE Unit .1 2.1 21.8 14.3 8.9 29 37 42 54 61 77 – – – – 1.4 23.6 39 48 55 67 79 95 105 105 158 158 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 8065 8075 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 8120 8125 8130 8135 Approximate Oil Quantity TYPE Unit .7 – 26 – 39 – 53 – – – – – – 2.4 16.8 – – – – – – – – – – – – 2.7 32 41 47 59 68 86 103 103 147 147 – – 3.2 4.

x Width (Unit: mm) SOLID SHAFT HOLLOW SHAFT 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 8065 8075 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 8120 8125 70 x 90 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 90 x 110 x 13 115 x 140 x 15 130 x 160 x 14 130 x 160 x 14 150 x 180 x 14 170 x 200 x 16 210 x 240 x 15 210 x 240 x 15 220 x 250 x 16 240 x 270 x 15 240 x 270 x 15 265 x 290 x 16 280 x 320 x 20 310 x 350 x 20 80 x 100 x 12 90 x 110 x 13 105 x 130 x 13 130 x 160 x 14 140 x 170 x 14 170 x 200 x 16 190 x 220 x 15 220 x 250 x 16 240 x 270 x 15 260 x 300 x 20 260 x 300 x 20 280 x 320 x 20 300 x 340 x 20 320 x 360 x 20 360 x 400 x 20 360 x 400 x 20 2. x Width (Unit: mm) RIGHT-ANGLE SHAFT 3-stage 4-stage 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 8065 8075 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 8120 8125 40 x 52 x 8 45 x 62 x 9 50 x 65 x 9 60 x 80 x 12 70 x 90 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 90 x 110 x 13 100 x 120 x 12 100 x 120 x 12 110 x 130 x 13 110 x 130 x 13 125 x 150 x 13 125 x 150 x 13 — — 35 x 47 x 7 40 x 52 x 8 40 x 52 x 8 45 x 62 x 9 50 x 65 x 9 60 x 80 x 12 70 x 90 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 70 x 90 x 12 70 x 90 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 90 x 110 x 13 90 x 110 x 13 110 x 130 x 13 110 x 130 x 13 — — 35 x 47 x 7 40 x 52 x 8 40 x 52 x 8 45 x 62 x 9 50 x 65 x 9 55 x 72 x 9 55 x 72 x 9 55 x 72 x 9 65 x 85 x 13 65 x 85 x 13 65 x 85 x 13 65 x 85 x 13 70 x 90 x 12 70 x 90 x 12 40 x 52 x 8 45 x 62 x 9 50 x 65 x 9 50 x 65 x 9 55 x 72 x 9 65 x 85 x 13 70 x 90 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 — 100 x 120 x 12 — 105 x 130 x 13 — 125 x 150 x 13 — — — — 30 x 42 x 8 35 x 47 x 7 40 x 52 x 8 50 x 65 x 9 55 x 72 x 9 65 x 85 x 13 70 x 90 x 12 70 x 90 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 80 x 100 x 12 90 x 110 x 13 90 x 110 x 13 100 x 120 x 12 *1 115 x 140 x 12 100 x 120 x 12 *2 115 x 140 x 12 *1 8120 i ≤ 28 * 2 8125 i ≤ 35.D.D. For slow-speed shaft Table 9 SIZE I.D.Oil Seal Dimensions 1. x O.5 — — — 30 x 42 x 8 30 x 42 x 8 35 x 47 x 7 40 x 52 x 8 50 x 65 x 9 55 x 72 x 9 55 x 72 x 9 65 x 85 x 13 65 x 85 x 13 65 x 85 x 13 65 x 85 x 13 70 x 90 x 12 70 x 90 x 12 20 . For high-speed shaft Table 10 PARALLEL SHAFT SIZE 2-stage 3-stage 4-stage 2-stage I. x O.D.

Bearings Table 11 2-stage unit bearing HIGH-SPEED SHAFT SIZE 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 2-stage parallel shaft STD: Standard bearing HD: Heavy duty bearing INTERMEDIATE SHAFT Pinion side 33207 33209 32310 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 32307 32309 32310 32312 32314 32316 *1 *1 22320E 22322E — 22324 — 22328 — 22330 Gear side 33207 33209 32310 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 *3 32307C *3 32309C *3 32310C *3 *3 32312C STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD SLOW-SPEED SHAFT SOLID SHAFT HOLLOW SHAFT Shaft-out side Opposite to shaft-out side Shaft-out side Opposite to shaft-out side Motor side 33206 33207 33208 33210 33211 33213 33216 33218 2 x 30221 2 x 30221 2 x 30224 2 x 30224 2 x 32032X 2 x 32032X *3 2 x 30307D *3 2 x 30308D *3 2 x 30309D *3 2 x 30311D 2 x 30312D 2 x 30314D 2 x 30316D 2 x 30318D — *3 2 x 30319D — 2 x 32222 — 2 x 32226 Opposite side 33206 33207 33208 33210 33211 33213 33216 33218 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E 8065 8075 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 8015 8025 8035 8045 *3 8055 *3 32212 32212 33214 33214 33216 33216 30219 30219 *1 22219E *1 22219E 30222 30222 23222 23222 30226 30226 *1 22226E *1 22226E 30230 30230 22230 22230 23134 23134 24134 24134 23136 23136 24136 24136 23138 23138 24138 24138 23140 23140 24140 24140 23144 23144 24144 24144 23144 23144 24144 24144 23148 23148 24148 24148 32212 32212 33214 33214 33216 33216 30219 30219 *1 22219E *1 22219E 30222 30222 23222 23222 30226 30226 *1 22226E *1 22226E 30230 30230 22230 22230 23134 23134 24134 24134 23136 23136 24136 24136 23138 23138 24138 24138 23140 23140 24140 24140 23144 23144 24144 24144 23144 23144 24144 24144 23148 23148 24148 24148 *2 SL182916 *2 SL182918 *2 SL182922 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182926 SL182928 SL182934 SL182938 SL182944 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 *2 SL182916 *2 SL182918 *2 SL182922 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182926 SL182928 SL182934 SL182938 SL182944 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 *1 22308E *1 22309E *1 22310E *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22312E 22313E 22316E 22317E 22319E — *1 22322E — 22328 — 22328 *2 SL182916 *2 SL182918 *2 SL182922 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182926 SL182928 SL182934 SL182938 SL182944 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 *2 SL182916 *2 SL182918 *2 SL182922 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182926 SL182928 SL182934 SL182938 SL182944 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 32314C 32316C 22320E 22322E — *3 *1 *1 2-stage right-angle shaft 8065 *3 8075 *3 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 22324 — 22328 — 22330 *1: E-type self-aligning roller bearing *2: Full-type roller bearing (C3 bearing internal clearance) *3: D-type and C-type taper roller bearing 21 .

5 2 x 30319D i ≤ 35.Table 12 3-stage unit bearing HIGH-SPEED SHAFT SIZE 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 8065 3-stage parallel shaft 8075 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 8120 8125 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 8065 8075 3-stage right-angle shaft 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 Motor side 33205 33206 33206 33207 33208 33210 33211 33213 32314 32314 32316 32316 32316 32316 23222 23222 — — *3 2 x 30307D *3 2 x 30308D *3 2 x 30309D *3 2 x 30311D *3 2 x 30312D *3 2 x 30314D *3 2 x 30315D *3 2 x 30315D *3 2 x 30317D *3 2 x 30317D *3 2 x 30319D *3 2 x 30319D i ≤ 28 2 x 30224 *3 i ≥ 31.5 2 x 30224 *3 i ≥ 40 2 x 30319D INTERMEDIATE SHAFT Gear side 33206 33207 32307 32308 32309 32311 32313 32315 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E Intermediate shaft 33207 33209 32310 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 22338 22338 — — 32310 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 33207 33209 32310 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 22338 22338 — — 32310 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD 22338 22322 22326 22322 22326 22328 22326 22326 22328 22338 22326 22338 HD 24156 22338 HD STD 24156 23156 STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD Shaft-out side STD: Standard bearing HD: Heavy duty bearing SLOW-SPEED SHAFT SOLID SHAFT Opposite to shaft-out side Opposite side Pinion side 33205 33206 33206 33207 33208 33210 33211 33213 32314 32314 32316 32316 32316 32316 23222 23222 — — *122308E *1 22309E *1 *1 22310E 33206 33207 32307 32308 32309 32311 32313 32315 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E HOLLOW SHAFT Shaft-out side Opposite to shaft-out side 22326 22326 — — 32307 32308 32309 32311 32313 32315 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E 22326 22326 — — 32307 32308 32309 32311 32313 32315 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E 22312E 22313E *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22315E 22316E 22316E 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 32212 33214 33216 30219 *122219E 30222 23222 30226 *122226E 30230 22230 23134 24134 23136 24136 23138 24138 23140 24140 23144 24144 23144 24144 23148 24148 23156 24156 23156 24156 — — 33216 30219 *122219E 30222 23222 30226 *122226E 30230 22230 23134 24134 23136 24136 23138 24138 23140 24140 23144 24144 23144 24144 23148 24148 23156 32212 33214 33216 30219 *122219E 30222 23222 30226 *122226E 30230 22230 23134 24134 23136 24136 23138 24138 23140 24140 23144 24144 23144 24144 23148 24148 23156 24156 23156 24156 — — 33216 30219 *122219E 30222 23222 30226 *122226E 30230 22230 23134 24134 23136 24136 23138 24138 23140 24140 23144 24144 23144 24144 23148 24148 23156 *2SL182916 *2SL182918 *2SL182922 *2 SL182926 *2 *2 SL182928 *2SL182916 *2SL182918 *2SL182922 *2 SL182926 *2 *2 SL182928 SL182934 SL182938 SL182934 SL182938 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182944 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 SL182944 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182972 SL182972 SL182972 SL182972 — — — — *2SL182922 *2SL182922 *2 *2 SL182926 SL182926 *2 SL182928 *2 SL182928 *2 *2 SL182934 SL182934 *2 SL182938 *2 SL182928 *2 *2 SL182944 SL182944 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 22326 22328 22328 8120 *2SL182972 *2SL182972 24156 23156 *2SL182972 *2SL182972 24156 8125 *1: E-type self-aligning roller bearing *2: Full-type roller bearing (C3 bearing internal clearance) *3: D-type taper roller bearing 22 .

Table 13 4-stage unit bearing HIGH-SPEED SHAFT SIZE 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 8065 4-stage parallel shaft 8075 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 8120 8125 8015 8025 8035 8045 8055 8065 4-stage right-angle shaft 8075 8085 8090 8095 8100 8105 8110 8115 8120 8125 Opposite Motor side side — — 33205 33206 33206 33207 32308 32309 32212 32212 33214 33214 33214 33214 — — 33205 33206 33206 33207 32308 32309 32212 32212 33214 33214 33214 33214 Pinion side — — 33206 33207 32307 32308 32309 32311 32314 32314 32316 32316 32316 32316 32318 32318 — — — 33207 32307 33208 32309 32311 32314 32314 32316 32316 32316 32316 32318 32318 INTERMEDIATE SHAFT Gear side Intermediate shaft — — 33206 33207 32307 32308 32309 32311 32314 32314 32316 32316 32316 32316 32318 32318 — — — 33207 32307 32308 32309 32311 32314 32314 32316 32316 32316 32316 32318 32318 — — 32307 32308 32309 32311 32313 32315 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E — — 32307 32308 32309 32311 32313 32315 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E Intermediate shaft — — 32310 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 22338 22338 — — — 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 22338 22338 — — 32310 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 22338 22338 — — — 32312 32314 32316 32319 32321 22324 22324 22328 22328 22330 22330 22338 22338 STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD STD HD Shaft-out side STD: Standard bearing HD: Heavy duty bearing SLOW-SPEED SHAFT SOLID SHAFT Opposite to shaft-out side HOLLOW SHAFT Shaft-out side Opposite to shaft-out side *122314E *122314E *122314E *122314E — — — — — — 22326 22326 — — — 32308 32309 32311 32313 32315 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E 22326 22326 — — — 32308 32309 32311 32313 32315 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 22318E 22318E 22320E 22320E 22322E 22322E *32x30307D *122308E *32x30307D *122308E *32x30308D *122309E *32x30309D *122310E *32x30311D *122312E *32x30312D *122313E *32x30312D *122313E *32x30314D *122315E *32x30314D *122315E *32x30314D *122315E *32x30314D *122315E *32x30315D *122316E *32x30315D *122316E 22326 22326 22326 22326 — — 33216 30219 *122219E 30222 23222 30226 *122226E 30230 22230 23134 24134 23136 24136 23138 24138 23140 24140 23144 24144 23144 24144 23148 24148 23156 24156 23156 24056 — — — 30219 *122219E 30222 23222 30226 *122226E 30230 22230 23134 24134 23136 24136 23138 24138 23140 24140 23144 24144 23144 24144 23148 24148 23156 24156 23156 24156 — — 33216 30219 *122219E 30222 23222 30226 *122226E 30230 22230 23134 24134 23136 24136 23138 24138 23140 24140 23144 24144 23144 24144 23148 24148 23156 24156 23156 24156 — — — 30219 *122219E 30222 23222 30226 *122226E 30230 22230 23134 24134 23136 24136 23138 24138 23140 24140 23144 24144 23144 24144 23148 24148 23156 24156 23156 24156 — — — — *2SL182922 *2SL182922 *2 *2 SL182926 SL182926 *2 *2 SL182928 *2 *2 SL182928 SL182934 SL182938 SL182934 SL182938 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182944 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 SL182944 SL182948 SL182952 SL182952 SL182956 SL182960 SL182964 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 *2 SL182972 SL182972 — — — SL182972 SL182972 — — — *2 *2 SL182926 SL182926 *2 *2 SL182928 SL182928 *2 *2 SL182934 SL182934 *2 *2 SL182938 SL182938 *2 *2 SL182944 SL182944 *2 *2 SL182948 SL182948 *2 *2 SL182952 SL182952 *2 *2 SL182952 SL182952 *2 *2 SL182956 SL182956 *2 *2 SL182960 SL182960 *2 *2 SL182964 SL182964 *2 *2 SL182972 SL182972 *2 *2 SL182972 SL182972 *1: E-type self-aligning roller bearing *2: Full-type roller bearing (C3 bearing internal clearance) *3: D-type taper roller bearing 23 .

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