Noise suppression is a problem that plagues gear reducers. So which factors of the gear reducer will affect the size of the noise? Today we will understand - the factors that affect the noise of the gear reducer.
No. - Design. The greater the bending strength, the displacement coefficient, and the meshing coefficient of the teeth, the smaller the noise.
Second, work is smooth. The so-called work stability can be understood as the smoothness of the work, the smoother the flow, the less the number of impacts between the metals, the smaller the noise of the gear reducer.
Third, the centrifugal force of the gear reducer. The centrifugal force of the gear reducer has different sizes depending on the environment. If it cannot cope with the centrifugal force under various deceleration effects, a large amount of noise will be generated. Therefore, how to balance various centrifugal forces is also a very important issue.