There are several factors you need to put in place when it comes to the purchase of an effective gear motor. These related to both the physical design features to the performance metrics that determine the throughput of the motors. A special class of these motors is the stainless steel gear motor whose features pre-determine the value you should expect from them.
Power conversion ratio
The output of a motor is determined by a number of factors, among them the power conversion ratio. This determines the overall efficiency of the motor in translating the power input to the rotational throughput on the shaft. With stainless steel gear motor designs having more energy saving casings, their power conversion ratios are often higher leading to the creation of standardized performance metrics.
The torque on the revolving shaft of a motor plays a critical role in defining the amount of load it can handle. As a critical consideration, the motor selected should have the required torque that matches your design and use specifications. Besides, the motor should offer you effective number of rotations per minute (rpm) that matches your use. These details related to the complexity of the process aimed at ensuring that your engineering expertise is put to test.
Different motors have different power consumption needs. As a result, there is need to evaluate the amount of power you’d be comfortable consuming every time you use the motor. For the best results, ensure that the power consumption is low, while the torque and the power conversion ratios are high.
While the above features define your ability to meet your project specifications, Bauer GMC offers the widest selection of motors. Among the most innovative and easy-to-use outfits in our portfolio is the stainless steel gear motor, which comes fully loaded to perform above the average.