Cyclo® Helical Buddybox (Cyclo HBB)

Why is a Taper-Grip® bushing used? What is its material?

The Taper-Grip® bushing is integral to the Cyclo® HBB and provides for easy mounting and removal to and from the shaft of the driven machine.  Because it requires no keyway, the shaft isn't weakened and maximum torque is transmitted.  With the added strength of steel, the Taper-Grip® bushing can be used in reversing and/or high start-up applications.  The steel Taper-Grip® bushing can be used on all
Taper-Grip® products.

How do I select a Cyclo® HBB reducer or gearmotor?
What information do I need to get started in the selection process?
What are service factors and how are they used?
What do I do if my application has particularly severe operating conditions?
How can I be sure that the reducer can withstand periodic excessive overloads?
What are the standard input speeds?
What are the thermal limitations of the Cyclo® HBB?
Why is a Taper-Grip® bushing used? What is its material?
What kind of torque arm do you supply? At what position should it be mounted?
What is the difference in the mounting positions of the Cyclo® HBB?

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