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Hengye Intelligent Drive (Hangzhou) Co., Ltd.

Established in 2004, Hengye Intelligent Drive (Hangzhou) Co., Ltd. has long been focusing on the R&D and manufacturing of AC motors, DC motors, servo motors, brushless motors, geared motors, which have a high reputation in the industries of cleaning equipment, medical equipment, logistic and handling equipment, industrial controls, vacuum pumps, etc.
As Drive Transaxles Manufacturers and Electric Motor Transaxle Factory in China, Hengye has been focusing on talent cultivation and has a large number of senior and stable R&D engineers, process and quality engineers. At the same time, Hengye has been continuously upgrading its equipment capacity, with ultra-precision machining equipment including OKUMA, MAZAK, HASS, BROTHER, as well as advanced testing equipment in the industry, such as ZEISS, JENOPTIK, MITUTOYO, and so on.
While guaranteeing that the technology and quality exceed the industry standard, Hengye is committed to providing more professional and efficient customized solutions to help customers solve problems. Supply Custom Electric Drive Transaxles. We will cooperate with our customers to develop together and create brilliant future.
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Motor Transaxle Industry knowledge
How to carry out heat dissipation design of electric motor transaxle to solve the overheating problem of working temperature?

The heat dissipation design of the electric motor transaxle can effectively solve the problem of overheating at operating temperature. Here are some thermal design methods and strategies:
Heat sinks and radiators:
Install large enough heat sinks and radiators on the electric motor transaxle to increase surface area and promote heat dissipation. Heat sinks and heat sinks are usually made of aluminum, which has good thermal conductivity properties.
Fan Cooling:
Install a fan or fan assembly to provide active air cooling. The fan increases air flow and reduces the operating temperature of the electric motor transaxle. Make sure fans are positioned and designed to effectively move heat away from the device.
Ventilation design:
Optimize the ventilation design of the electric motor transaxle to ensure good air circulation. Arrange vents and vents appropriately so that cooling air can effectively flow through the cooling components and remove heat.
Heat dissipation materials:
Use materials with high thermal conductivity, such as aluminum or copper, to make heat sinks and heat sinks to conduct heat to the surrounding environment more effectively. In addition, it is also important to choose a housing material with good heat dissipation properties.
Heat pipes and thermal pads:
Use heat pipes or thermal pads to improve heat transfer efficiency and conduct heat from a heat source (such as a motor or electronic component) to a heat sink component (such as a heat sink or radiator).
Thermal Design Analysis:
Conduct thermal design analysis and simulation to evaluate the generation and distribution of heat in the device and determine the best cooling solution. Through simulation and calculation, the thermal design can be optimized to meet the device's thermal management needs.
Environment control:
Control the temperature and humidity of the working environment to reduce the thermal load of the electric motor transaxle. If possible, install the device in a well-ventilated, temperature-friendly environment.
Regular Maintenance:
Clean cooling components regularly and make sure vents and vents are not blocked. Regularly check the operation of the cooling system and repair any faults or damage promptly.

How can the drive transaxles repair or adjust loose connections, failed seals, etc. in a timely manner?

For problems such as loose connections or failed seals on the drive transaxles, it is very important to repair or adjust them in time to prevent further damage or failure. Here are some common fixes and adjustments for these issues:
  - Use appropriate tools to check the connections on the drive transaxles, such as bolts, nuts, screws, etc., to make sure they are tightened correctly.
  - Use a torque wrench to retighten loose connections to the manufacturer's specified torque value to ensure they are tightened correctly and to prevent problems caused by over-tightening or loosening.
  - Check the seals on the drive transaxles, such as O-rings, gaskets, etc., to make sure they are not worn, aged or damaged.
   - If a failed seal is found, replace it with a new one in time. Make sure to use seals of the same specification and material as the original to ensure sealing performance and durability.
  - For other loose parts, such as connecting wires, pipes, etc., use appropriate tools and fixing methods to repair them.
  - Loose parts may need to be re-secured using suitable bolts, screws or clamps to ensure they are connected together safely and securely.
  - For failed seals, such as sealing rings, sealing gaskets, etc., promptly replace them with new seals to prevent leakage of liquid or gas and avoid further damage to the equipment.
  - When replacing seals, clean the sealing surface and ensure good fit between it and adjacent components to ensure an effective seal.
  - Establish regular inspection and maintenance procedures, and conduct regular inspections of the motor transaxle to ensure that the connections and seals are tightened and the sealing performance is good.
    - Regular inspections can help detect and address any looseness or failure early to ensure proper operation and reliability of the equipment.