Specifications Reach Class 10 and Class 12, AGMA 10 and AGMA 12 For Quality
June 27, 2014
GREEN BAY, Wis. – Companies seeking to extend the life of power train or power transmission gears increasingly are depending on MECA & Technology Machine Inc. for gear grinding and tooth grinding expertise.
“High-performance gears and power transmission components are crucial to our customers’ success,” explains Mick Karchinski, Vice President of Sales. “Our technicians have the expertise and technology to provide unmatched service in this important stage of equipment lifecycle.”
MECA & Technology Machine’s expertise in gear grinding and tooth grinding enables the company’s technical team to attain specifications reaching Class 10 and Class 12 (AGMA 10 and AGMA 12) quality for tolerance levels, exceeding those of most competitors.
Grinding worm dimensions range from 10 5/8 inches to 13 3/4 inches in diameter, with a width of 3¾ inches. The working range runs from a minimum root diameter of .4 inches and a maximum tip diameter of 13.0 inches. The number of teeth ranges from 10 to 600.
“Our team can provide gear grinding and tooth grinding service for new or refurbished gears,” Karchinski said. “We can also reverse-engineer older equipment when the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is no longer in business.”
MECA & Technology Machine employs approximately 50 people at its Green Bay, Wis., facilities. For more information, call Mick Karchinski at (920) 336-7382.