Cyclo® Bevel Buddybox® 4 Series


What are Service Factors and how are they used?

In general, reducers and gearmotors are rated for the specific conditions and operating requirements of the application by the use of AGMA-defined Service Factors.  There are three AGMA load classifications for reducers: uniform (U), moderate shock (M) and heavy shock (H). Refer to our catalog for a list of AGMA load classifications. These Service Factors are used in the product selection process to adjust for the specific conditions and operating requirements of your application.


How do I select a Cyclo® BBB4 reducer or gearmotor?
What do I do if my application has particularly severe operating conditions?
What are Service Factors and how are they used?
How can I be sure that the reducer can withstand periodic excessive overloads?
What are the standard input speeds?
What thermal capacity limitations does the Cyclo® BBB4 have?
What are the advantages of the Taper-Grip® bushing?
What are the advantages of the new Steel Taper-Grip® bushing?
What kind of torque arm do I specify? At what position should I mount it?
What is the difference in the mounting positions of the Cyclo® BBB4?
How do I select a Cyclo® BBB4 reducer or gearmotor?










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