stall torque

stall torque

[′stȯl ‚tȯrk]
(mechanical engineering)
The amount of torque provided by a motor at close to zero speed.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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* Continuous stall torque from 0.3 up to 2020 Nm (1490 lb-ft)
For trucks, the stall torque ratio is 2.3:1 and for all other vehicles the stall torque ratio is 2.2:1.
BioAccess surgical screwdrivers offer TLM batteries as an upgrade over alkaline batteries, enabling faster drilling speeds, more active drill time (30-40 seconds per cycle for 20 to 30 cycles), instantaneous power, greater stall torque for more efficient drilling, and a nearly 40% reduction in weight and volume.
Motor has a maximum speed of 6000 rpm and a stall torque of 97 mNM, which is achieved from a motor with a diameter of 32 mm and the maximum length of the integrated unit is 92.8 mm.
Options include stall torque and rpm rating, encoder style and bit resolution, holding brake functionality, shaft style, IP rating, ac line supply voltage, and electronic nameplate recognition.
Koford Engineering has introduced a line of 5.07" (129 mm) slotless brushless high performance motors with peak torque up to 6,400 oz-in and continuous stall torque of 567 oz-in with heat sink.
To determine stall or breakaway torque capability of a hydraulic motor, the designer must know its stall torque efficiency, [e.sub.m].
It can also deliver a burst of stall torque up to 500 oz.-in.
It is also capable of delivering a burst of stall torque up to 1300 oz-in.
The 25-strong motor range now offers versions delivering up to 30 Nm continuous stall torque. Novel ring-shaped magnets that are pressed onto the motor shaft boost magnetic flux levels significantly, increasing torque levels by from 20 to 60% compared with Baldor's ferrite-based BSM B-series motors.
It combines a newly developed, third party stall torque motor with spring reel components to produce what Metool claims is a reliable and economic unit.