These worm equipment screw jacks are extremely precision and reliability, it could meet all of the necessary basic safety, cost-efficiency, and sturdiness mandates of the application. High strength bronze worm gear is used, the payloads from 0.5T to 100T . A complete of 11 sizes can be found, each in a journeying nut version and a basic version.
Worm gear drive screw jack
Translating(traveling screw) and rotating (traveling nut) configurations
Electrical Driven and Manual Operated both can be found
Trapezoidal spindle (self-locking) and Ball Screw spindle (high efficiency) version
Design option: Regular, Anti-rotation, Anti-backlash or Protection nut
Standard and custom end fittings, mounting options, and drive shaft
Worm Gear Screw Jack systems are ruggedly designed and produced in standard models with load managing capacities from 1/4 ton to 100 tons. They may be used individually or in multiple plans. There are no “regular” travel lengths and all Worm Gear Screw Jack systems are designed to specification.
The jack housings are made of ductile iron and proportioned to support the rated capacity of the unit. MJ, 1/4 ton, and 1/2 ton models have aluminum housings.
Each Worm Gear Screw Jack incorporates an alloy metal worm which drives a higher strength bronze worm gear (drive sleeve). The worm shaft is backed on antifriction tapered roller bearings with exterior seals provided to avoid loss of Worm Gear Jack lubrication (sealed radial bearings on the MJ, 1/4 , 1/2, and 1 ton products). The drive sleeve is usually supported on antifriction tapered roller or ball thrust bearings. Rotation of the drive sleeve causes the lifting screw to translate or rotate, dependant on jack configuration.
The Inch and Metric Worm Gear Machine Screw Jacks incorporate an alloy or stainless worm which drives a high strength bronze worm gear (drive sleeve). The worm shaft is backed on anti-friction tapered roller bearings with exterior seals provided to prevent loss of lubrication. The drive sleeve is certainly supported on anti-friction tapered roller or ball thrust bearings. Rotation of the drive sleeve causes the thread lifting screw to translate or rotate, dependant on jack configuration.
The threads are precision formed, typically using Course 2-C (Centralizing) tolerances. Jack lift shaft lead tolerance is approximately ±0.004″ per foot.