Geared Fluid Drives
Fluid drives can be built with an integrated gear set. The gears are used to increase or decrease the input speed. The hydraulic coupling varies the output speed. This design allows for a small foot print, high efficiency and unsurpassed reliability.
TRI Fluid Drives with integrated step-up gears have an input speed range from 1500-3600 RPM and an maximum output speed up to 7000 RPM. Up to 20 MW of power can be transmitted.
Why choose a geared fluid drive?
- A geared fluid drive can increase the speed from the drive, reliably transmit a great deal of power, control the output speed and eliminate torque shocks between the driver and the driven equipment.