A newer name in power transmission, Worldwide, (short for Worldwide Electric Corporation,) has a wide range of reducers for conveyor applications, including shaft mount and worm gear reducers.
Worldwide parts are produced in various sizes and reduction ratios. Cast iron housings and double lip seals are standard throughout the range, except for specialized aluminum and stainless steel housing worm gear reducers.
Find Worldwide Electric reducers that meet your operational needs. Please contact West River at 800.332.2781 for sizing, availability, and pricing.
Worldwide sells two ranges of shaft mount reducers. These are the Original, (model numbers prefixed “SMR,”) and the Ultimate. (Look for the WSMR prefix.) SMR reducers have a strong similarity to the Dodge TXT family. They are available in box sizes 2-10 and with ratios of 15:1 and 25:1.
Ultimate shaft mount reducers feature a heavier cast iron housing and add an available 9:1 ratio. Box sizes go from 2 to 9.
Check out the shaft-mount reducers we have available here.
Right angle worm gear reducers are produced with cast iron, aluminum, and stainless steel housings and in right, left and double-handed outputs. Reduction ratios range from 5:1 to 60:1. (Aluminum models go 7.5:1 – 100:1.)
Cast iron worm gear reducers are available in a range of boxes sizes and suit various NEMA motor frames. Flange and shaft inputs are available, along with shaft and hollow bore output.
Check the full listing of reducers in our inventory here.
West River Conveyors carries a large inventory of Worldwide reducers for various conveyor applications. Our specialists are standing by to help you select the best units for your operation.
At West River Conveyors, we provide outstanding customer service and have a large selection of Worldwide reducers available directly from our warehouse. We offer shipping, ordering, and replacement parts, too.
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