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Abtriebsritzel

English translation: Drive Pinion

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German term or phrase:Abtriebsritzel
English translation:Drive Pinion
Entered by: Iain Purvis
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04:02 Sep 14, 2000
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German term or phrase: Abtriebsritzel
Die Innenverzahnung des drehbaren Innenringes kämmt mit dem Abtriebsritzel des Drehantriebes.

A complete translation would be more than welcome. Thanks.
Michael Dollman
Local time: 17:49
Drive Pinion
Explanation:
The internal tooth form of the rotatable inner ring engages with the drive pinion of the slewing drive.

Sounds like military or earth-moving machinery to me.

Regards, Iain



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Iain Purvis
United Kingdom
Local time: 16:49
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Its from a wind turbine.

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nasee belowUlrich Lehne
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Drive Pinion


Explanation:
The internal tooth form of the rotatable inner ring engages with the drive pinion of the slewing drive.

Sounds like military or earth-moving machinery to me.

Regards, Iain





Iain Purvis
United Kingdom
Local time: 16:49
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Its from a wind turbine.

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see below


Explanation:
not knowing what type of contraption this is, an alternative might be:

The internal toothing of the revolving inner ring intermeshes with the output pinion of the rotary drive.

More food for thought?

Ulrich Lehne
United Kingdom
Local time: 16:49
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