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Helical Bevel Gearboxes

Helical bevel gearboxes are mechanical devices used for power transmission in various industrial applications. They are a type of gear system that combines the features of helical gears and bevel gears, resulting in a versatile and efficient mechanism. Helical gears have teeth that are cut at an angle to the gear's axis. This design reduces noise and vibration, making them smoother and quieter in operation compared to spur gears. Bevel gears are used to transmit motion between two intersecting shafts at a 90-degree angle. In helical bevel gearboxes, these gears help change the direction of power transmission.

Helical bevel gearboxes are known for their high efficiency. The helical gears' inclined teeth provide a large contact area, resulting in efficient power transfer with minimal energy loss. These gearboxes have a compact and space-saving design, making them suitable for applications with limited space or where a streamlined configuration is required.

Helical bevel gearboxes are commonly used in equipment such as conveyors, mixers, agitators, and others. 


PGR (Turkey) exports for more than 80 countries and brought PGR GmbH into service in 2014 in Ahlen, Germany in order to increase their share in European Market. Factory with production area for 5.800 m2 delivers products to customers in Europe by means of experienced and professional employees swiftly and provides aftermarket support in-place.

Hydro-Mec (Italy) started in 1983 producing speed reducers and specialized in high quality speed variators hydraulic components. Today they manufacture speed reducers, coaxial, in aluminum and cast iron, shaft mounted, worm gearboxes, square worm gearboxes, customized speed gear reducers, single stage gearboxes etc... All the products and parts are made in Europe, using the latest technology both in design and production.

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