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Driven by gear technology, Hansen Industrial Transmissions fulls the needs of its global customer base by offering them reliable mechanical power transmission solutions for demanding industrial applications.

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Dear reader,

Since 1923, Hansen Industrial Transmissions nv has been at the forefront of power transmission technology. We have grown to become a world leading manufacturer of industrial gear units and a supplier of complete drive solutions from grid connection to machine shaft for a wide variety of applications in a broad range of industries.

Our main product line, the Hansen P4 range, excels in low noise, minimum weight and features numerous other characteristics answering our customer needs and complying with todays standards of durable and efcient mechanical drive solutions.

Worldwide, our skilled staff and business partners are in gear for your success, offering a wealth of experience and expertise, the result of years of close and interactive cooperation with a distinguished record of customers.

Our complete portfolio of products and drive solutions is reected in this brochure. I hereby also invite you to nd out how you can benet from our experience and expertise, either through our website or by contacting your nearest Hansen Industrial Transmissions sales centre.

Torsten Schultz Managing Director Hansen Industrial Transmissions nv

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In the late 1940s, any company producing industrial transmission drive systems was faced with a problem that at the time seemed insoluble. No company had succeeded in standardizing the production of gear units. Hansen Transmissions traces back to the forExpensive, custom-made in time-conmation of "La Mcanique solutions Gnrale" 1923, to produce, and maintain asuming small workshop in assemble downtown Antwerp prowere the norm. ducing spare parts for gear units. Gradually, David Hansen, activities however, was a born innovator, the companys shifted towards the David Hansen, the brain behind the product In 1929, 24 year-old civil engineer David Hansen (
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The P4 range excels in low noise and vibration levels as well as in minimum weight: for a given output, a Hansen P4 is just one-fth of the weight of its 1950 ancestor. Hansen P4 multi-stage units come in 19 sizes from 6 to 1100 kNm. The Hansen P4 single stage range caters for 5 sizes in two mounting positions for mechanical powers from 100 kW up to 4 MW.

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The Hansen M4 ACC product line is available in 6 sizes within an output torque range from 20000 to 70000 Nm and a wide range of reduction ratios.

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The new range of single stage gear units has been designed from scratch: every existing multi-stage dogma has been questioned, alternatives have been developed and evaluated. H A N S E N PAT E N T- I A typical example of this approach is the use of variable centre distances in a given housing size. Common gear sets allowed Hansen P atent-I In "traditional" designs, with fixed centre distangear units to be inter-related, as one size of ce and torque rating, the reduction ratio of a gear unit determined the preceding and single stage gear unit has a major effect on the following sizes. This is expressed in the power rating. This means that for small reduc"law of centre distances", a principle tion ratios, very large powers can be transmitwhich is still applied today in the latest ted, which may lead to thermal limitations. Hansen industrial gearboxes. At the other end, for large ratios, gear casings become oversized for the transmitted power. For a given size of unit this leads to inefficient compromises on bearing selection and mechanical and thermal rating.

More than 2500 of the Hansen M4 ACC gear units are successfully operating air cooled condensers in energy generation plants in the main markets worldwide.

The Hansen M4 ACC monobloc range is designed to comply with the Standard Cooling Tower Institute specications for gearboxes. Its helical gears are designed and rated in accordance with AGMA for maximum load HANSEN POWERPLUS capacity, minimum losses and quiet operation. The low speed shaft bearings are selected to By 1980 the company took another step ahead allow considerable thrust loads. of the competition. The objective was to incorpoThe heat generated in the gearbox due to rate new technologies and achieve the highest losses can be dissipated by natural cooling performance and reliability in this area. through the housing or additional fan coolEmphasis was placed on the introduction ing. The low speed shaft has a regreasable of new rigid housings, in line with the high labyrinth and a drywell construction. The builtstiffness requirements for load distribution in backstop (optional) prevents the cooling and low noise behaviour. tower fan from windmilling. The backstop is accessible after removing the motor and lantern housing.

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With the Hansen P4 product line you can easily select what you need, thereby optimizing your investement.

POWER & RELIABILITY


The excellent constructional rigidity of Hansen P4, together with the commitment to apply state-of-the-art gear technology, leads to remarkable power and performance
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Specific housings for horizontal and vertical applications

Easy to select the optimal gear unit for a specific application value for money Stronger shaft support for surface aerators, mixers... Proven and cost- effective solutions Easy and fast customization possibilities

Rigid, standardized pinion shafts and housings Full-scale application of: High torque geometry in low speed gear sets Low noise geometry in high speed gear sets Profile-controlled gas carburizing Precision grinding with sophisticated tooth contact analysis Assured oil circulation through the bearings

Better lateral load distribution, lower noise and vibration levels Better strength/surface durability rating balance Lower noise and vibration levels Optimal load capacity Optimal transverse and lateral load distribution, lower noise and vibration levels Long, troublefree working life

Standard higher bearing span for vertical applications Simple, standard systems for cooling and lubrication Accessories and instrumentation are offered as catalogue options Improved component standardization Special ratios up to 1% of the requested ratio at moderate cost

Shorter delivery times

Cost efficient tailor-made solution

S PA R E PA R T S , S E R V I C E & M A I N T E N A N C E
The Hansen P4 is one of the easiest to maintain gear units on the market. The maintenance operation itself has been simplified and shortened.

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Even the larger Hansen P4 models are easy to transport, manoeuvre and install.
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Housings for horizontal and vertical applications both with horizontal split Maintenance-free Oil-Lock seal as a standard on the high speed shaft extensions Drywell standard for vertically down shaft Easy to remove inspection cover with O-seal above the oil level Provision for easy removal of covers Specific housings for horizontal and vertical applications Rounded external design

Easy to open for inspection and service on-the-spot

Provision for crowbar or adjusting screws, oval transport slots or hoist eyes & standard fixation points for accessories Internal construction ensures oil supply to all bearings on first oil filling Large mounting pads can accommodate extra dowel pins

Easy installation procedure; easy to handle, install and to mount accessories such as protection caps Bearings safely lubricated from the start

Oil-tight for life no maintenance required

Oil-tight for life

Easy and quick inspection without oil drainage Easy to open for service on-the-spot Total oil evacuation possible

Easy realignment

Smooth surface without dirt-retaining cavities

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Better lateral load distribution, lower noise and vibration levels

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Full-scale application of: High torque geometry in low speed gear sets Low noise geometry in high speed gear sets Profile-controlled gas carburizing Precision grinding with sophisticated tooth contact analysis

Rigid, standardized pinion Better strength/surface durability rating balance shafts and housings
Lower noise and vibration levels Optimal load Capacity

Two mounting positions and Increased flexibility in mountEnlarged though compact The input shaft height matches housing and increased shaft the large motor shaft height alternative mounting with both ing arrangements height even better FIT NES Sa F OR U SE shafts in vertical plane
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Easy replacement and improvement of existing installations at a minimum effort and cost

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Easy replacement and improvement of existing instalS PA R E PA R T S , S E R V I C E & M A I N T E N A N C E lations at a minimum effort and cost F E AT U R E YOUR BENEFIT Improved component standardization Oil-Lock Maintenance-free seal as a standard on the high Specialshaft ratios up to 1% of speed extensions the requested ratio at moderateexternal cost Rounded design Shorter delivery times Oil-tight for life no maintenance required Cost efficient Tailor-made solution Smooth surface without dirt-retaining cavities

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Minimal noise contributes to the comfort of the workplace and is therefore an important criterion when selecting industrial gear units. The Hansen P4 is designed to generate as little noise as possible; the basic design rules guarantee maximum stiffness of all gear unit components under load. Together with the most rigid pinion shafts and housings, the gear units transmit exceptional high power and a minimum of noise. Standard manufacturing processes help to minimize noise: precise machining of the housing on advanced CNC machines guarantees that the bores of the gear units are exact; an imperative for optimal gear mesh. Precision grinding of the gears and adapted gear geometry in the high-speed gear sets diminishes vibration levels; this low noise geometry is applied to both bevel and helical gears.

The rigid gear casing design of the Hansen P4 series maintains a correct gear alignment. The vertical P4 housing has been designed to ensure smooth transition of forces from the centre bore to the mounting feet, which are positioned concentric to the low speed shaft. An important feature for e.g. mixers and agitators or surface aerators.

Our unique Oil-LockTM system offers a maintenance free seal on high speed shaft extensions, and is standard on all Hansen P4 units. It is designed to keep the oil in and dirt out and is the most secure high speed shaft sealing solution available, which has proven its effectiveness on thousands of Hansen P4 gear units. For tilted or inclined operation, we provide a unique Oil-GuardTM. It consists of a tapered

INTEGRATED DRYWELL

ring, rotating close to the machined housing and functioning as a centrifugal pump. It is lo-

The integrated drywell is a standard feature for all vertical Hansen P4 gear units (output shaft i). It guarantees oil-tightness for life. A highly appreciated feature in many industries, including food processing and water treatment.

cated between the oil and a radial seal. During operation, even in submerged conditions, our Oil-GuardTM ensures leak free running conditions.

NEVER A DRY START-UP

Centralized oil lling in Hansen P4 gear units guarantees initial oil lubrication and circulation through all bearings, thus avoiding any risk of a dry start-up. This results in minimized wear on the bearings, simplied overall maintenance and a longer bearing life.

Hansen Oil-LockTM

application focused
AIR COOLED CONDENSERS

Dry cooling tower drives

Brochure: Ref. 603 Catalogue: Ref. 604


COOLING TOWERS

Wet cooling tower drives

Brochure: Ref. 603 Catalogue: Ref. 604


WATER TREATMENT

Common aerators Brush aerators Carrousel aerators Screw pumps


MATERIAL HANDLING

Brochure: Ref. 605 Catalogue: Ref. 606

Conveyors Bucket elevators Travel drives ... Brochure: Ref. 612 Catalogue: Ref. 615
MIXERS & AGITATORS

Chemical industry Petro-chemical Food & drinks ... Brochure: Ref. 608 Catalogue: Ref. 607
P U L P & PA P E R

Chippers Calenders Winders Pumps


PEOPLE TRANSPORT

Brochure: Ref. 609 Catalogue: Ref. 233

Brochure: Ref. 619 Detailed information: refer to factory

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The ideal win-win relation Focus on your core business and area of expertise Simplify engineering, assembly and maintenance processes Elements of the drive package are designed to suit your application Product and supplier reliability Total project solutions from one supplier

A single warranty and a worldwide service network for the whole package avoid buck passing between suppliers All products are designed for easy maintenance Improved cost effectiveness One stop shopping reduces purchasing costs Correct component sizing cuts operation costs Optimum design and matching saves assembly time and expense

Close partnerships with several world-class suppliers for motors, couplings, brakes, instrumentation, bearings, pumps, etc. enable us to offer complete drive solutions.

drive packages
your application

H O R I Z O N TA L C O N F I G U R AT I O N

Frequently used in conveyor systems, mill drives, extruders, pumps and various material handling operations, horizontal drive packages consist of a parallel or right-angle gear unit, input and output coupling and an electric motor, mounted on a common bed or base plate. Other configurations are also offered, which include lantern housings for flange motors, hydraulic couplings, V-belt transmissions, etc.

Additional features can be incorporated: The electric motor can be controlled by a frequency inverter. An auxiliary drive may include an in-line or right-angle geared motor, which is connected to the main gear unit by chain, freewheel or clutch coupling. Disc or drum brakes can be easily added. The drive package can be foot- or shaft mounted, using a hollow shaft or a flange coupling.

V E R T I C A L C O N F I G U R AT I O N

Many applications will require a configuration with a vertical output shaft. Examples can be found in mixers and agitators, surface aerators, etc. A typical vertical drive package consists of a parallel gear unit fitted with a lantern housing to accommodate a flange motor, a flexible input coupling and a rigid flange output coupling. Other configurations include:

Standard gear units with increased bearing span or a variety of optional bearing/output shaft arrangements to absorb a wide range of external loads. Designs with hollow output shaft arrangements, V-belt connections between the motor and the input shaft of the gear unit and variable speed drives, either electronic or mechanical.

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Advanced production technology
Hansen Industrial Transmissions position as a world leading company is built on the highest production standards. Our core manufacturing activities are the production of gears and gear housings. Investing in technology and machinery has allowed the succession of quality products. Attention to production standards begins with in-house expertise that ensures the quality of raw materials such as cast iron and steel. Further quality assurance includes state-of-theart in-house technology for heat treatment, gear grinding and machining of housings. Efficiency and cost of the working methods are systematically re-evaluated. The factory makes full use of the CAD/CAM flexible manufacturing systems and the latest in CNC machinery for top-notch productivity. Both employee and system flexibility are integral to productivity. Highly skilled machine operators can run a variety of machines, depending on the customers orders and workload. Employee training is strongly emphasised and concentrates on lean manufacturing, implementing: Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) to increase the availability of machinery; Single Minute Exchange of Dies (SMED) to decrease set up times; Six Sigma to ensure faultless manufacturing processes; Kanbans to adjust product flow to current demand; 5 S programmes to monitor work efficiency and cleanliness.

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For professional support Hansen Industrial Transmissions Sales and Engineering Centres are located on every continent. The international standards implemented at these centres are your assurance of consistent engineering expertise - a key asset in international projects.

For technical support Our experienced service engineers are highly qualied to evaluate problems and recommend the best solutions. Round the clock production requires round the clock support. Our service engineers are on standby 24 hours a day at our Service Centres around the world - 7 days a week, 365 days a year!

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Every aspect of our activities, starting with our system operators, is impregnated by a total commitment to quality. The production process itself means another quality guarantee. The production units use the most reliable manufacturing techniques available, including precise NC boring of housings, case carburising of all gears (the most reliable heat treatment) and gear grinding with the latest machinery. Both gear & housing manufacturing dispose of a fully equiped and climatised test lab. Inhouse test facilities are used for load testing and measuring. Fully committed to total quality assurance, Hansen Industrial Transmission was in 1991 the first in its industry to receive the ISO 9001 certificate for its quality management system.

what diffeg r ee nt s eu c s h ai a r t et
Focus on Industrial Gear Units Application oriented product range - 2 different housings for vertical and horizontal applications - large number of options available to adapt standard unit to the requests of a specic application - Dedicated gear units to exactly match application specication - Best in class on low noise and vibration behaviour - Long life cycle Engineered to order philosophy, each order treated as unique Service friendly product concepts - Split housing for Hansen P4 always - Unique Oil-Lock for maintenance free high speed sealing - Drywell system for leak-free operation Complete solutions by offering drive packages : strong partnerships with rst class suppliers of motors, couplings, brakes, ...

Structured and organized to support project business - Documentation - Quality plans, Certicates - Witness tests - Customer inspections Global network with fast links between local organisations - No internal competition, customer oriented organisation - Continuous exchange of information and worldwide coperation World wide Service Network - Europe: own service facilities + authorized service partners - Global: assembly centres + partners In-house R&D and manufacturing - Excellent technical know-how - Able to make specials customized gear units - High quality awareness throughout the organisation

Familiar with project business, using the required tools - Philosophy of customer support, from early stages of a project - For both technical and commercial aspects Advisory selling high level of technical skills - Technical expertise - Application skills - Being able to advise and give technical support immediately - Specication reviews, deviation lists if needed Having the right tools - Calculation software for the complete gear unit - Mechanical and thermal selections High quality of quotations - Complete descriptions - Transparent - Fast reaction time because of skilled people and do it yourself approach

Hansen Industrial Transmissions commits to be a pioneering innovator. The production of high performance gear units stems from an interactive partnership with our clients, the end users and the actively engaged manpower of our global enterprise. Embracing design, manufacturing and customer services, the company has grown into a world leader in its eld. Today, we set standards for both product and working environment, inciting a knowing environment to seize all new and inspiring technologies.

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