Hansen P4 UniMiner
Hansen Industrial Gearboxes - P4 Alignment-Free Drive
The P4 UniMiner gear units are compact and optimized for mining and other applications involving bulk-material handling.
- Drop-In replacement for most alignment-free drives
- Split-housing design
- Compact to fit tight spaces
- Variety of accessories to meet your needs
5 Sizes C - G in M series 2 Sizes G - H in Z series
|Power||Mechanical power up to 1738 kW|
|Torque||Torque up to 100,445 Nm|
|Ratios||Ratios from 8:1 to 71:1|
|Accessory Options||Motor lantern and scoop, motor base, backstop, swing base, flexible or hydro-dynamic couplings, belt-drive arrangements|
|Low Speed Shaft||Solid (standard) Rigid-Rigid, Keyed Hollow, Shrink Disc Hollow|
|Bearings||Tapered, cylindrical or spherical roller types|
Grey cast iron (standard) or ductile iron (optional) machined on CNC machining centers
Tilt angles of +/- 3 degrees without forced lubrication
Do you have questions about the Hansen P4 UniMiner Gear Unit? Below are some of our most commonly asked questions, or you can view our Support area under Knowledge for more frequently asked questions and answers.
Clone of How often do I change the oil?
The first oil change should be carried out preferably after 100 hours and not more than 800 hours of operation. The removed oil may be used again after filtering. Filter the oil volume at least 10 times using a 10mm filter or smaller. Subsequently the oil should be renewed after 4000 to 8000 hours or maximum of 18 months of operation depending on working conditions. Please refer to service manual for detailed oil change instructions.
What type of lubrication method does the P4 use?
Hansen P4 units use one of the following systems:
- Splash Lubrication (standard with horizontal shaft gear units for speeds between 750 and 1800RPM at the high speed shaft. Gears and output shaft bearings are lubricated by immersion in the oil bath. Oil splash from gears fill the oil pockets in the housing, assuring gravity circulation lubrication of the bearings via channels in the housing and covers.)
- Force Feed Lubrication (all rotating elements above oil bath level are lubricated by a gear pump forcing the oil through pressure lines. Forced feed lubrication is available as circulation lubrication or pressure lubrication.