- E-type primary speed reducer
The E-type design uses helical gears for speed reduction. It has alarm and cutoff switches and a shear pin to provide triple protection of the drive unit. This design is used where the output speed is outside the limits of the F-type primary speed reducers or when an electro-mechanical type drive unit is desired.
- F-type primary speed reducer
The F-type design uses a hydraulic pump-motor combination for speed reduction. It has alarm and cutoff switches and hydraulic relief (equivalent to a shear pin in the E-type primary speed reducer) to provide triple protection of the drive unit. This design is positive torque-limiting and will operate under stalled and semi-stalled conditions. Optional reversing rotation and variable speed are available. The torque indication and protection system is equally accurate for operation in either direction.
- H-type primary speed reducer
The H-type design has all the features of the F-type primary speed reducer. It uses a stand-alone industrial hydraulic power unit. This design is used on higher horsepower and multiple pinion drive applications.
- W-type primary speed reducer
The W-type design uses helical gears for speed reduction. It has shear pin and shear pin activated cutoff switch to protect the drive unit. This is simplified E-type design used where a torque gauge and adjustable alarm switch are not required.