Product Description

OEM steel forged spur gears

 

WHY BUY FORM US                                                    

  1. We have our own factory and 15 cooperative factories, so supply the best quality mechanical products with the most competitive prices.
  2. All our factories are ISO 9001 certified. Some of them were awarded by ISO/TS16949, PED, etc. We also could provide RT, UT, MPI, WPS&PQR, etc. as per request.
  3. We will not only manufacture and source products for our customers, but also provide technical support, production all-time supervision and quality track service. Special request products available upon request.

 

FORGING-PRODUCTS

 

 

 

 

OEM AND CUSTOMIZED SERVICE

1. Quality guarantee 

•  Chemical checking 

• Mechanical testing after heat treatment 

•  Dimension inspected 

2. Quality document

•  Full Q.A document as per client request

3.Packing and Shipping

•  Standard export package(carton/wooden case/pallet)

•  Accept FOB,FAS,CNF,CIF door to door etc. or customer designated shipping agent.

4.Service 

•  Drawing: we can translate your original drawing, offer best suggestion on design. 

•  Quality: we have full set quality control system to guarantee the best quality. 

•  Inspection: inspect in house, all our products must be checked 3 times before packing.

5. Inspection

•  In-house foundry 

•  Third party inspection available upon requirement

 

 

 

 

Processing support

Casting Service:

Casting is a manufacturing process in which a liquid material is usually poured into a mold, which contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape, and then allowed to solidify. 

 New Densen offers multiple investment casting, sand casting, permanent casting, die casting, low pressure casting, ESR casting, lost foam casting, etc. Material can be handled include steel, iron, non-ferrous. Single component weight range is from 0.01Kg to 150 tons separately. 

 

 

 Forging Service:

Forging is a manufacturing process involving the shaping of metal using localized compressive forces. New CZPT offers open die forging, closed die forging and ring forging services. Material can be steel, iron and non-ferrous. Material can be handled include steel, iron, non-ferrous. Single component weight range is from 0.1Kg to 50,000Kgs.

 

Stamping Service:

Stamping (also known as punching) is the process of placing flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into a stamping press where a tool and die surface forms the metal into a net shape.

 New Densen-XBL has more than 60 sets stamping equipments, is the designed supplier for several famous bands automotive companies, has the full ability to offer whole processes from blanking, stamping, welding, to electrostatic spraying for worldwide customers.

 

Welding & Fabrication Service: 

Welding Frabrication is the fabrication process of metal structures by cutting, bending, then assembling the components together through welding 

 New CZPT offers manual arc welding ,laser welding and robot welding etc. UT, MPT,RT,PT all are available used for inspection, WPS &PQR (Welding Process Specification& Procedure Qualification Records) before production is available under clients’ requirement.  

 

 Machining Service: 

Machining is any of various processes in which a piece of raw material is cut into a desired final shape and size by a controlled material-removal process. 

New Densen-XBL has more than 60 sets precision machines incl. CNC center, boring, milling, lathing, etc., and more than 300 inspection instruments incl. 3 sets CMM with grade μm. Repeated tolerance can be maintained as 0.02mm. Meanwhile awarded by certificates ISO9001-2008; ISO/TS16949. New Densen-XBL specialized in high precise machining for small-middle-big metal components. 

 

 

 

 

3rd Party Inspection:

New Densen worked as 3rd party inspection center besides its sister factories or sub-contractors’ self inspection, Offers process inspection, random inspection and before delivedry inspection services for material, mechanical, inside defects, dimentional, pressure, load, balance, surface treatment,  visual inspection and test. Weekly project follow-up report together with pictures and videos, full quality inspection documentation available. 

New CZPT also designed as 3rd party inspection representative for several customers when their products made by other suppliers. 

 

Application:

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Process

Material Grade

     Weight range

Application

Open die forging

Closed die forging

Ring forging

Iron:

Grey iron, Ductile iron

Steel:

Carbon steel, Alloy steel,

Stainless steel

Nonferrous metal:

Bronze, Brass, Al, Zinc, Ti, etc.

From 0.1Kg to 50 ton

Mine equipment,

Petrochemical industry,

Vessel,

Diesel engine,

Aircraft

Armament

Nuclear power,

Thermal power

Hydroelectric etc.

Process

Material Grade

     Weight range

Application

Open die forging

Closed die forging

Ring forging

Iron:

Grey iron, Ductile iron

Steel:

Carbon steel, Alloy steel,

Stainless steel

Nonferrous metal:

Bronze, Brass, Al, Zinc, Ti, etc.

From 0.1Kg to 50 ton

Mine equipment,

Petrochemical industry,

Vessel,

Diesel engine,

Aircraft

Armament

Nuclear power,

Thermal power

Hydroelectric etc.

Helical, Straight-Cut, and Spiral-Bevel Gears

If you are planning to use bevel gears in your machine, you need to understand the differences between Helical, Straight-cut, and Spiral bevel gears. This article will introduce you to these gears, as well as their applications. The article will also discuss the benefits and disadvantages of each type of bevel gear. Once you know the differences, you can choose the right gear for your machine. It is easy to learn about spiral bevel gears.
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Spiral bevel gear

Spiral bevel gears play a critical role in the aeronautical transmission system. Their failure can cause devastating accidents. Therefore, accurate detection and fault analysis are necessary for maximizing gear system efficiency. This article will discuss the role of computer aided tooth contact analysis in fault detection and meshing pinion position errors. You can use this method to detect problems in spiral bevel gears. Further, you will learn about its application in other transmission systems.
Spiral bevel gears are designed to mesh the gear teeth more slowly and appropriately. Compared to straight bevel gears, spiral bevel gears are less expensive to manufacture with CNC machining. Spiral bevel gears have a wide range of applications and can even be used to reduce the size of drive shafts and bearings. There are many advantages to spiral bevel gears, but most of them are low-cost.
This type of bevel gear has three basic elements: the pinion-gear pair, the load machine, and the output shaft. Each of these is in torsion. Torsional stiffness accounts for the elasticity of the system. Spiral bevel gears are ideal for applications requiring tight backlash monitoring and high-speed operations. CZPT precision machining and adjustable locknuts reduce backlash and allow for precise adjustments. This reduces maintenance and maximizes drive lifespan.
Spiral bevel gears are useful for both high-speed and low-speed applications. High-speed applications require spiral bevel gears for maximum efficiency and speed. They are also ideal for high-speed and high torque, as they can reduce rpm without affecting the vehicle’s speed. They are also great for transferring power between two shafts. Spiral bevel gears are widely used in automotive gears, construction equipment, and a variety of industrial applications.

Hypoid bevel gear

The Hypoid bevel gear is similar to the spiral bevel gear but differs in the shape of the teeth and pinion. The smallest ratio would result in the lowest gear reduction. A Hypoid bevel gear is very durable and efficient. It can be used in confined spaces and weighs less than an equivalent cylindrical gear. It is also a popular choice for high-torque applications. The Hypoid bevel gear is a good choice for applications requiring a high level of speed and torque.
The Hypoid bevel gear has multiple teeth that mesh with each other at the same time. Because of this, the gear transmits torque with very little noise. This allows it to transfer a higher torque with less noise. However, it must be noted that a Hypoid bevel gear is usually more expensive than a spiral bevel gear. The cost of a Hypoid bevel gear is higher, but its benefits make it a popular choice for some applications.
A Hypoid bevel gear can be made of several types. They may differ in the number of teeth and their spiral angles. In general, the smaller hypoid gear has a larger pinion than its counterpart. This means that the hypoid gear is more efficient and stronger than its bevel cousin. It can even be nearly silent if it is well lubricated. Once you’ve made the decision to get a Hypoid bevel gear, be sure to read up on its benefits.
Another common application for a Hypoid bevel gear is in automobiles. These gears are commonly used in the differential in automobiles and trucks. The torque transfer characteristics of the Hypoid gear system make it an excellent choice for many applications. In addition to maximizing efficiency, Hypoid gears also provide smoothness and efficiency. While some people may argue that a spiral bevel gear set is better, this is not an ideal solution for most automobile assemblies.
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Helical bevel gear

Compared to helical worm gears, helical bevel gears have a small, compact housing and are structurally optimized. They can be mounted in various ways and feature double chamber shaft seals. In addition, the diameter of the shaft and flange of a helical bevel gear is comparable to that of a worm gear. The gear box of a helical bevel gear unit can be as small as 1.6 inches, or as large as eight cubic feet.
The main characteristic of helical bevel gears is that the teeth on the driver gear are twisted to the left and the helical arc gears have a similar design. In addition to the backlash, the teeth of bevel gears are twisted in a clockwise and counterclockwise direction, depending on the number of helical bevels in the bevel. It is important to note that the tooth contact of a helical bevel gear will be reduced by about ten to twenty percent if there is no offset between the two gears.
In order to create a helical bevel gear, you need to first define the gear and shaft geometry. Once the geometry has been defined, you can proceed to add bosses and perforations. Then, specify the X-Y plane for both the gear and the shaft. Then, the cross section of the gear will be the basis for the solid created after revolution around the X-axis. This way, you can make sure that your gear will be compatible with the pinion.
The development of CNC machines and additive manufacturing processes has greatly simplified the manufacturing process for helical bevel gears. Today, it is possible to design an unlimited number of bevel gear geometry using high-tech machinery. By utilizing the kinematics of a CNC machine center, you can create an unlimited number of gears with the perfect geometry. In the process, you can make both helical bevel gears and spiral bevel gears.

Straight-cut bevel gear

A straight-cut bevel gear is the easiest to manufacture. The first method of manufacturing a straight bevel gear was to use a planer with an indexing head. Later, more efficient methods of manufacturing straight bevel gears were introduced, such as the Revacycle system and the Coniflex system. The latter method is used by CZPT. Here are some of the main benefits of using a straight-cut bevel gear.
A straight-cut bevel gear is defined by its teeth that intersect at the axis of the gear when extended. Straight-cut bevel gears are usually tapered in thickness, with the outer part being larger than the inner portion. Straight-cut bevel gears exhibit instantaneous lines of contact, and are best suited for low-speed, static-load applications. A common application for straight-cut bevel gears is in the differential systems of automobiles.
After being machined, straight-cut bevel gears undergo heat treatment. Case carburizing produces gears with surfaces of 60-63 Rc. Using this method, the pinion is 3 Rc harder than the gear to equalize wear. Flare hardening, flame hardening, and induction hardening methods are rarely used. Finish machining includes turning the outer and inner diameters and special machining processes.
The teeth of a straight-cut bevel gear experience impact and shock loading. Because the teeth of both gears come into contact abruptly, this leads to excessive noise and vibration. The latter limits the speed and power transmission capacity of the gear. On the other hand, a spiral-cut bevel gear experiences gradual but less-destructive loading. It can be used for high-speed applications, but it should be noted that a spiral-cut bevel gear is more complicated to manufacture.
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Spur-cut bevel gear

CZPT stocks bevel gears in spiral and straight tooth configurations, in a range of ratios from 1.5 to five. They are also highly remachinable except for the teeth. Spiral bevel gears have a low helix angle and excellent precision properties. CZPT stock bevel gears are manufactured using state-of-the-art technologies and know-how. Compared with spur-cut gears, these have a longer life span.
To determine the strength and durability of a spur-cut bevel gear, you can calculate its MA (mechanical advantage), surface durability (SD), and tooth number (Nb). These values will vary depending on the design and application environment. You can consult the corresponding guides, white papers, and technical specifications to find the best gear for your needs. In addition, CZPT offers a Supplier Discovery Platform that allows you to discover more than 500,000 suppliers.
Another type of spur gear is the double helical gear. It has both left-hand and right-hand helical teeth. This design balances thrust forces and provides extra gear shear area. Helical gears, on the other hand, feature spiral-cut teeth. While both types of gears may generate significant noise and vibration, helical gears are more efficient for high-speed applications. Spur-cut bevel gears may also cause similar effects.
In addition to diametral pitch, the addendum and dedendum have other important properties. The dedendum is the depth of the teeth below the pitch circle. This diameter is the key to determining the center distance between two spur gears. The radius of each pitch circle is equal to the entire depth of the spur gear. Spur gears often use the addendum and dedendum angles to describe the teeth.