Gears for gearboxes

Reducers for various purposes; starters (drive gears and planetary gears), motors for adjusting mirrors, sunroofs, seats, gearboxes; electrical appliances; hand tools; household appliances.

Powder metallurgy makes it possible to obtain gears with high precision and high strength due to the homogeneity of the structure and the absence of cracks and other defects. This allows you to reduce processing costs and improve the quality of the product.

Fluid transfer mechanisms

Oil pumps, fuel pumps or SCR pumps.
Fluid transmission gears are used in hydraulic transmissions where torque needs to be transmitted between two shafts through a fluid that has properties similar to those of a lubricant.

Gear wheels have teeth on their surface that ensure the transmission of torque. The teeth can be made of different materials, such as steel, brass or aluminum, depending on the transmission application. The teeth can have different shapes, such as straight, oblique, inverted or spiral, which affects the level of noise and wear.


Gears and toothed parts of various shapes

Gearbox synchronizer hub and synchronizer, hub, rails. Used for various mechanisms.

Sprockets and pulleys for connecting systems

Elements used to process various materials on numerically controlled (NSC) machines or conventional lathes, milling and drilling machines.


Production of gears

Sintered gears are important components of mechanisms and machines used in various industries. They are manufactured using the sintering process, which allows you to create high-quality gears with precise geometric parameters and high resistance to loads.

Powder metallurgy is an ideal technology for manufacturing gears because it creates the geometry of the teeth directly during the pressing operation. This process ensures the joining of metal parts and the formation of a sintered gear with a strong structure. As a result of sintering, the gear gets high hardness and wear resistance.

It also allows the production of gears of different sizes, profiles and shapes (straight, double or helical), from steels with different alloying classes, heat treated (quenching, carbonitriding, induction hardening, steam treatment) or from stainless steel.

Sintered gears have several advantages. They provide high power transmission efficiency and reduce the risk of relative displacement between the teeth. This makes it possible to increase the accuracy and reliability of the mechanisms in which they are used. In addition, sintered gears have low weight and compact dimensions, which makes them ideal for use in space-limited conditions.

Applications of sintered gears are widespread in the automotive industry, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, the food industry and many other industries. They are found in transmissions, reducers, gears, pumps, conveyors and other mechanisms where reliable power transmission and high resistance to loads are required.

In general, sintered gears are indispensable elements of mechanical systems that combine high strength, precision and power transmission efficiency. They make it possible to create reliable and efficient mechanisms that work in various conditions and require minimal maintenance.