New motorized pulley

The RULMECA motorized pulley type 1000HD (Ø 1000 mm) is a highly developed reliable and strong drive pulley with an outstanding power range of 160 – 250 kW. It is robust in design and, thus, able to take a high radial load and work under extreme conditions. The compact design allows the design engineers to save material and cost when developing the conveyor. A high protection rate connected with the standard labyrinth sealing system allows it to be used in all ambient conditions.

 

Rulli Rulmeca S.p.A., BERGAMO/ITALY,
Tel. +39 035 4300231, Fax: +39 035 4300259
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