The reducer is a necessary piece of machinery that can change the rotational speed and output torque. As an important part of the mechanical transmission system, the reducer can now be seen on all kinds of machinery, including the transportation industry, construction industry, and machinery. Reducers can be seen in processing and other fields. So, what are the benefits of using reducers?

1. The use of a reducer can effectively protect the function of the motor. The reducer receives a large torque during operation. When overloaded, it is transmitted to the motor as long as the overload amount is divided by the reduction ratio.

2. Save use costs. If the motor is directly responsible, it may cause damage to the motor. When the overload is very large, the reducer is damaged first, and the reducer only needs to be replaced with spare parts to resume use, and the cost is relatively low. If the motor is directly damaged, repair is relatively slow and expensive.

3. Effectively reduce the moment of inertia, and the reducer can control start, stop, and speed changes in a timely manner. Increasing the torque through the reducer is equivalent to increasing the input power, which can reduce the power required by the input motor (in places where speed regulation is required). Generally, the motor is more expensive than the reducer, so consider using a reducer.

4. It can effectively save energy. Using a reducer allows the motor to meet the output torque current and reduce the current.

5. The use of reducer can effectively reduce the speed of the motor and increase the torque, and output the corresponding multiplication reduction ratio according to the motor.

6. Effectively reduce the load inertia of the motor. In terms of numerical value, the inertia is the square value of the reduction ratio. Different motor inertia values ​​are different.