RotoPrecision: Motovario Motovariators (VAR-Series)

February 3, 2021

Motovario offers a range of motovariators and motovariator combinations including:

S / TFX Series

The S and TFX Series are valid alternatives to electronic drives. They are easy to use and to maintain. They offer high efficiency, bidirectional rotation and silent, vibration-free running. The S-type in cast iron includes a wide range of models with flange, feet, or in compact version and is available in seven sizes from 003 to 100, with input shaft or in motorized version. The SD version with differential can also be used in applications with speeds close to 0. The low-cost, light weight TXF versions in aluminium are available in sizes 002, 005 and 010.

• S-Series available sizes include 003-005-010-020-030-050-100 with power up to 9.2 kW and torque value max of 144 Nm
• TXF-Series available sizes include 002-005-010 with power up to 2.2 kW and troque value max of 12 Nm
• Shafts: case hardened and tempered 20MnCr5 steel (UNI8550)
• Internal components: 100Cr6 heat-treated steel
• Control handwheel positionable on either side
• Slipping speed to max load at 5%
• Regulation sensibility: 0.5 rpm
• Painted with RAL 5010 blue epoxy-polyester powder

image_motovariator2.jpgVH / VHA Series

The VH/VHA series includes a motovariator in combination with a helical gear reducer. The VH-Series in cast iron is available with variators from size 003 to 100 combined with helical gearmotors in cast iron from size 030 to 125. The VHA version in aluminum is available with variators from size 002 to 010 combined with helical gearmotors in aluminum from size A30 to A60.

• Compact version
• Painted with RAL 5010 blue epoxy-polyester powder
• VH Series available sizes include 003-005-010-020-030-050-100 combined with helical gear reducer 030-040-050-060-080-100-125
• VH power up to 9.2 kW and torque value max 5,000 Nm
• VH cases in G200 grey cast iron for high strength and optimized with FEM analysis
• VHA Series available sizes include 002-005-010 combined with helical gear reducer A30-A40-A50-A60
• VHA power up to 2,2 kW and torque value max 480 Nm
• VHA cases in die-cast aluminium alloy

image_motovariator3.jpgS+NMRV / TXF+NMRV Series

The S+NMRV / TXF+NMRV series includes a motovariator in combination with a worm gear reducer. The S+NMRV is available with variators in cast iron from size 003 to 100 combined with NMRV worm gear reducers from size 030 to 150. The TXF+NMRV is available in aluminium in sizes 002, 005 and 010 combined with NMRV worm gear reducers from size 030 to 130. The VHA version in aluminum is available with variators from size 002 to 010 combined with helical gearmotors in aluminum from size A30 to A60.

• Painted with RAL 5010 blue epoxy-polyester powder
• S+NMRV series available sizes include S-variator combined with worm gear reducer in sizes 030-040-050-063-075-090-105-110-130-150
• S+NMRV power up to 9.2 kW and torque value max 2,370 Nm
• S+NMRV cases in G200 grey cast iron for high strength and optimized with FEM analysis
• TXF+NMRV series available sizes include TXF-variator combined with worm gear reducer in sizes 030-040-050-063-075-090-105-110-130
• TXF+NMRV power up to 2.2 kW and torque value max 1,100 Nm
• TXF+NMRV cases in die-cast aluminum alloy

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