Oriental Motor Announces Price Reduction on Brother Gearmotors NEMA 56C Speed Reducers

Price Reduction on Brother Gearmotors NEMA 56C Speed Reducers

Oriental Motor is pleased to introduce a 25% price reduction on all Brother Gearmotors NEMA 56C Speed Reducers. These high torque NEMA 56C speed reducers offer superior efficiency by using Helical and Hypoid gears.


The gears in these NEMA 56C speed reducers are high strength, maintenance free and can be mounted in any direction with their slip fit "O" ring design. Low to high reduction ratios, flange mount or foot mount types, right angle or hollow shaft right angle types available. Fit NEMA 56C AC motors, brushless DC motors and brushed DC motors.

The reduced price Brother Gearmotors NEMA 56C Speed Reducers are available in 1/2 HP or 1 HP and in three gear types: Parallel Shaft (G3) with flange or foot mounting, Right-Angle Solid Shaft (H2) and Right-Angle Hollow Shaft (F3). Starting from $262.50.

The Brother Gearmotors NEMA 56C Speed Reducers' key features are:
• Longer life with hypoid gears
• Superior efficiency by using Helical and Hypoid gears
• Versatile mounting; synthetic grease lubrication
• Maintenance free

Visit our web site to see our complete line of Brother Gearmotors NEMA 56C Speed Reducers at
http://www.orientalmotor.com/products/ac-motors/nema-56c-gear-reducers.html

ABOUT ORIENTAL MOTOR
Since its founding in Japan in 1885, Oriental Motor has been a world leader in motion systems. For over a century we have concentrated on technological advancement and product design improvement—an emphasis evident in the sophisticated devices we market today. Oriental Motor's sales and service network is international, with offices throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Domestically, ORIENTAL MOTOR U.S.A. CORP. was established in 1978.

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