At Multi-Wing flexibility is a key word. Not only when matching the right fan with the duty point, but also when it comes to mounting your fan. Regardless if it is a straight bore for electrical motors, a conical bore for hydraulic pumps, a flange drive on the diesel engine or the bushing for Nema type motors you will find the right hub in the Multi-Wing range. Multi-Wing also helps you find the right fan mounting technique.
Please read more below about our different mounting possibilities. If you don’t find what you are looking for. Please call or email your local contact.
Multi-Wing’s mounting technique straight bore is usually used for any application with an electrical motor (EURO norm Motor). This mounting technique implies cylindrical bore in connection with a keyway. The fan is secured with bolt and washer in the end of the motor shaft. In case of smaller bores, the fan is secured with a setscrew.
Multi-Wing’s mounting technique conical bore is usually used for hydraulic motors. This mounting technique implies cylindrical bore mostly in connection with a keyway. The fan is secured with bolt and washer in the end of the motor shaft.
|Bore (i.e. ?16)||Cone (i.e. 1:5)|
|Cone Length (i.e. 22mm)||l (i.e. 62mm)|
|Counterbore (i.e. ?36)|
Multi-Wing’s flange drive is typically mounted on diesel engines, mostly pulley driven and occasionally crankshaft. This technique implies mounting on one pilot hole and a number of bolt holes on a defined bolt-circle.