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RollerDrive is an efficient DC drive for unit load handling systems in low-temperature applications, e.g. for transporting cartons, trays or workpiece carriers. Suitable for roller curves and belt curves and for constantly driven conveyors or zero pressure accumulation conveyors.

EC5000 series
RollerDrive for curved sections in low-temperature applications

  • Voltage
  • 50 W Power
  • For use in deep-freeze areas
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  • Space-saving design
  • Brushless drive
  • Low energy consumption
  • Secured against axial displacement
  • Low-noise running
  • Maintenance-free operation
  • Easy installation

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  • Mains voltage: 24 V or 48 V
  • Interface: AI or BI
  • Performance: 50 W
  • Diameter: 50 mm
  • Protection rating: IP54
  • Max. load capacity: Up to 500 N
  • Temperature range: -30 to 0 °C
  • Drive: PolyVee or round belt

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CAD drawings are available in 3D PDF, 2D DWG, IGES, STEP and SAT formats. 

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  • Space-saving design
  • Brushless drive
  • Low energy consumption
  • Secured against axial displacement
  • Low-noise running
  • Maintenance-free operation
  • Easy installation

MORE

  • Mains voltage: 24 V or 48 V
  • Interface: AI or BI
  • Performance: 50 W
  • Diameter: 50 mm
  • Protection rating: IP54
  • Max. load capacity: Up to 500 N
  • Temperature range: -30 to 0 °C
  • Drive: PolyVee or round belt

MORE

CAD drawings are available in 3D PDF, 2D DWG, IGES, STEP and SAT formats. 

Download

Do you have any questions or would like to know more? Please contact us!

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Roller curve conveyors
Innovative details make the decisive difference!

The laws of physics cannot be outwitted: From speeds of around 0.8 m/s, the centrifugal force becomes greater than the frictional force, causing the material being conveyed to move outwards in roller curve conveyors. The material being conveyed then exerts a counter force on the tapered elements of the roller in the direction of the inner radius of the curve. If this happens over an extended period of time, there is a risk that the tapered elements on the roller's steel pipe will move. You can find out how our engineers solved this problem here.

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