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newcon - Worm and helical reduction heavy duty gear units are the result of many years of practical experience in the line. Gear cases with liberal ribbing increases heat dissipation area and streamlined sump carrying more oil enhances the thermal rating of the gear boxes. All this means that continuous load carrying capacity is increased without appreciable rise in temperature.

To Keep abreast of world technology and protect its competitive edge, R.K. GEARS, has from time to time entered into technology. R.K. GEARS, is one of India's prestigious manufactturers and exporters of industrial gears, reduction gear boxes, gear pinions etc. Today, R.K. GEARS is the only major supplier of all kinds of Gear Boxes.

R.K. GEARS has come a long way and has become a highly reputable manufacturer of all types of reducation gear boxes, helical gear boxes. Over the years, we have been trusted and relied upon by the distinguished clients & have become a synonym for excellence and perfection. Achieving targets through better co-ordination & teamwork have been our traits and the reasons for our astounding success. Over the years, we have earned out a niche forourselves in the domestic market.

Being a professionally managed & progressive entity, wk have earned the reputation of being a customer oriented firm because our years of experience have taught us about the importance of customer satisfaction


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Depending upon the nature of load, the characteristics of the prime mover and duration of operation, an appropriate service factor must be applied. Multiply the nominal absorbed H.P. by service factor and use the figure to determine the size of the gear box.