Advance HC1250 Marine Gearbox
The speed input range of the Advance HC1250 marine gearbox is 400-1800 RPM, with engine input power from 1530 kW to 1654.2 kW. the center distance is 390 mm, the reduction ratio range is 2.03-3.95 the transmission capacity range is 0.85-0.919 kW/RPM, the rated propeller thrust is 140 KN, and the input shaft is in the train Opposite to the output shaft.
Advance HC1250 marine gearbox is composed of transmission shaft, output coupling, input coupling, oil pressure gauge, oil Filter, control system, oil pump and other important components.
Advance HC1250 marine gearboxes provides three types of control system which are push-pull flexible shaft, electric control and pneumatic control for customers to choose. To meet the different requirement of coupling with different engine brand and models, Advance HC1250 marine gearboxes available in engine flywheel sizes.
All of our Advance 1200 series marine gearbox can provide CCS classification certificate, some of series can provide international classifications with extra costs which mainly including French BV, British LR, American ABS, Japanese NK , Norway DNV-GL, Russia RS, South Korea KR, Italy RINA and other classification societies.
Advantages Of Advance HC1250 Marine Gearbox
Advanced design and sophisticated manufacturing to adapt to various harsh working conditions! High-strength parts, strong ability to work under heavy loads.
Cylinder block and cylinder head adopt integrated design. The occurrence of engine water leakage and oil leakage is prevented, and the parts are about 40% less than other similar engines. The failure rate is greatly reduced.
Using forged steel camshaft and crankshaft, high-strength cylinder block design, multiple parts cast on the cylinder block, high rigidity, high pressure resistance, good reliability, and longer service life.
The cylinder bore adopts a platform mesh honing design. The perfect geometric structure effectively prevents oil leakage, and the use of advanced technology such as new piston ring components and gasket crimping and molding reduces oil loss.
The five key systems of the electronically controlled engine are all developed by DCEC, and have been applied and verified in different fields around the world to ensure the excellent economy and reliability of the product.
By optimizing the control strategy and combining with the actual operating conditions of the equipment, the fuel economy can be further improved.
|Input Speed:||400-1800 RPM|
|Power:||1654.2-1530 kW @ 1800 RPM|
|Center Distance:||390 mm|
|Trans.Capacity:||0.919-0.85 kW / RPM|
|Rated Thrust:||140 kN|
|Dimension:||1155 mm * 1330 mm * 1435 mm|
|Net Weight:||2900 kg|
|Lead Time:||15-30 Working Days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T ,L/C|
|HC1200||600-1900 RPM||0.93 kW/RPM||1767 kW @ 1900 RPM||1082 mm * 1200 mm * 1130 mm||Mechanical/Electrical/Pneumatical|
|HC1200/1||600-1900 RPM||0.833 kW/RPM||1582.7 kW @ 1900 RPM||1096 mm * 1260 mm * 1270 mm||Mechanical/Electrical/Pneumatical|
|HCT1200||600-1900 RPM||0.93 kW/RPM||1767 kW @ 1900 RPM||1188 mm * 1350 mm * 1547 mm||Mechanical/Electrical/Pneumatical|
|HCT1200/1||600-1900 RPM||0.82 kW/RPM||1558 kW @ 1900 RPM||1056 mm * 1430 mm * 1670 mm||Mechanical/Electrical/Pneumatical|
|HC1250||400-1800 RPM||0.919 kW/RPM||1654.2 kW @ 1800 RPM||1155 mm * 1330 mm * 1435 mm||Mechanical/Electrical/Pneumatical|
|HCT1280/2||700-1800 RPM||0.93 kW/RPM||1674 kW @ 1800 RPM||1290 mm * 1520 mm * 1775 mm||Mechanical/Electrical/Pneumatical|
Technical Specifications of Advance HC1250 Marine Gearbox
|Model||HC1250||Input Speed(r/min)||400-1800||Center Distance(mm)||390|
|Reduction Ratio(i)||2.03 2.48 3.04 3.48||Trans.Capacity(kW/rpm)||0.919||Power(kW)||1654.2 kW @ 1800 RPM|
|3.95||0.85||1530 kW @ 1800 RPM|
|Rated Thrust(kN)||140||Dimension(mm)||1155 * 1330 * 1435||Net Weight(kg)||2900|
|Flywheel||Depending on Engine Flywheel Size||Bell Housing||Without||Controls||Mechanical/Electrical/Pneumatical|
1. The Marine gearbox has the function of reverse, clutch, deceleration and the thrust of the propeller, which is equipped with the main engine to form the Marine power unit.
2. The “transfer capacity” refers to the ratio of the engine’s rated power to the rated speed, and the reduction ratio corresponds to the transmission capacity, which should be less than the number be offered.
3. The gearbox and engine shafting are not allowed to use rigid connection, and the bracket is recommended to be installed on the same rigid support.If the engine is mounted on the elastic support, and the gearbox is installed on the rigid support, please contact the technical department of the company to select the suitable high elastic coupling.
4. The weight of the gearbox is approximation, for different reduction ratio the weight is different.
5. Due to the technical improvement of the products, the products may change without notice. For any other questions please contact our sales engineer.
ANGLE OF TILT
|Name||Transverse Direction||Longitudinal Direction|
Optional Accessories of Advance HC1250 Medium-Heavy Duty Marine Gearbox
|Bell Housing||195C||Input Coupling||1. Highly Flexible Coupling|
|/||2. Toothed Input Coupling|
|Direction of Input Shaft Rotation||1. Anti-clockwise (Facing the Output End)||VDO||Gearbox Pressure Visible on Bridge|
|2. Clockwise (Facing the Output End)|
|Alarm Device||1. Temperature||Control System||1. Mechanical|
|2. Working Pressure||2. Electrical|
|3. Lubricating Oil Pressure||3. Pneumatical|
Modifiable Components of Advance HC1250 Medium-Heavy Duty Marine Gearbox
|Special Reduction Ratio||According to Customer’s Special Requirements||Replacement of Imported Bearing||1. Stronger Endurance|
|2. Longer Service Life|
|3. Higher Limit Speed|
|PTO||Power Take Off||Output Shaft Coupling||Based on Customers data to produce|