The automatic sliding gate is rived by a dedicated single-phase capacitor running motor, and the rack and pinion are rotated to realize the linear movement of the door. The control system has simple control and centralized electronic control, which can recognize button control and long-distance remote control and be installed with far-infrared sensors for self-control.
Steel Gear Racks for Sliding Gate Opener Operator
|Model Number||M1,M1.5,M2,M2.5,M3,M4,M5,M8,M12 and etc.|
|Material||Brass, C45 steel, Stainless steel, Copper, POM, Aluminum, Alloy, and so on|
|Surface treatment||Zinc-plated, Nickel plated, Passivation, Oxidation, Anodization, Geomet, Dacromet, Black Oxide, Phosphatizing, Powder Coating, and Electrophoresis.|
|Standard||ISO, DIN, ANSI, JIS, BS and Non-standard.|
|Teeth treatment||Hardened, Milled, or Ground|
|Finish||shot/sandblast, heat treatment, annealing, tempering, polishing, anodizing, zinc-plated|
|Items packing||Plastic bag+Cartons Or Wooden Packing|
|Payment terms||T/T, L/C|
|Production lead time||20 business days for sample,25 days for the bulk|
|Samples||Sample price range from $2 to $100. sample express request paid by clients|
|Application||1. Automatic controlling machine 2. Semi-conductor industry 3. General industry machinery 4. Medical equipment 5. Solar energy equipment 6. Machine tool 7. Parking system 8. High-speed rail and aviation transportation equipment, etc.|
MINGHUA gear rack produces gear rack for sliding gate, gear rack for automatic sliding door, and gear rack for the automatic sliding gate opener, using metal or Nylon. Gear racks are utilized to convert rotating movement into linear motion. A gear rack has straight teeth cut into one surface of a square or round section rod and operates with a pinion, a small cylindrical gear meshing with the gear rack. Generally, gear rack and pinion are collectively called “rack and pinion.”
Besides gear racks with straight-line teeth, there are helical racks which have slanted teeth. Helical gear racks are paired with helical gears, but because of the slant of the tooth direction, as in helical gears, the mesh produces axial thrust forces.