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Slip Rings

Gleason Slip Rings solve a common problem in today’s world: Transfer of electric current from a stationary to a rotating component. There is a Gleason Slip Ring for virtually anything that rotates on a fixed axis and requires a flow of electricity. Electric current is transferred through copper graphite brushes onto copper alloy rings.

 

Constant contact is maintained between brushes and rings through a variety of unique spring designs, depending on unit type, to insure optimum surface contact and reliable current flow. In some applications the brushes rotate around the rings (example; rotating signs) while in others the rings rotate inside the brushes (example; cable reels).

 

Standard models are available with ratings from 30 to 700 amps at 600 volts in 3 basic styles: COMPACT for work in small areas with light and medium duty requirements, ROTAPOWER, designed for a wide range of applications and HIGH AMPERAGE. Data for all 3 series are shown on the chart below. Most Gleason Slip Rings are also available in watertight and dust tight enclosures. In addition, heavy duty models are available for up to 15,000 volt applications.

 

RATED

MAX

AMP

RATED

MAX

VOLT

MAX

BORE SIZE

(i.d.)

MAX

ROT.

SPEED

MIN

#

POLES

MAX

#

POLES

 

MODEL SERIES

30

35

55

75

125

200

200

400

700

600

600

600

600

600

600

600

600

600

1.5"

2.0"

1.5"

2.0"

2.0"

2.0"

3.5"

3.5"

4.0"

40 rpm

125 rpm

40 rpm

125 rpm

125 rpm

125 rpm

300 rpm

300 rpm

300 rpm

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

20

36

6

8

4

4

5

5

5

COMPACT 30

ROTA-POWER 35

COMPACT 55

ROTA-POWER 75

ROTA-POWER 125

ROTA-POWER 200

HIGH AMP 200

HIGH AMP 400

HIGH AMP 700

PRODUCTS

  • ·        Gleason Slip Rings solve a common problem in today’s world: Transfer of electric current from a stationary to a rotating component. There is a Gleason Slip Ring for virtually anything that rotates on a fixed axis and requires a flow of electricity. Electric current is transferred through copper graphite brushes onto copper alloy rings.

     

    Constant contact is maintained between brushes and rings through a variety of unique spring designs, depending on unit type, to insure optimum surface contact and reliable current flow. In some applications the brushes rotate around the rings (example; rotating signs) while in others the rings rotate inside the brushes (example; cable reels).

     

    Standard models are available with ratings from 30 to 700 amps at 600 volts in 3 basic styles: COMPACT for work in small areas with light and medium duty requirements, ROTAPOWER, designed for a wide range of applications and HIGH AMPERAGE. Data for all 3 series are shown on the chart below. Most Gleason Slip Rings are also available in watertight and dust tight enclosures. In addition, heavy duty models are available for up to 15,000 volt applications.

     

    RATED

    MAX

    AMP

    RATED

    MAX

    VOLT

    MAX

    BORE SIZE

    (i.d.)

    MAX

    ROT.

    SPEED

    MIN

    #

    POLES

    MAX

    #

    POLES

     

    MODEL SERIES

    30

    35

    55

    75

    125

    200

    200

    400

    700

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    1.5"

    2.0"

    1.5"

    2.0"

    2.0"

    2.0"

    3.5"

    3.5"

    4.0"

    40 rpm

    125 rpm

    40 rpm

    125 rpm

    125 rpm

    125 rpm

    300 rpm

    300 rpm

    300 rpm

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    20

    36

    6

    8

    4

    4

    5

    5

    5

    COMPACT 30

    ROTA-POWER 35

    COMPACT 55

    ROTA-POWER 75

    ROTA-POWER 125

    ROTA-POWER 200

    HIGH AMP 200

    HIGH AMP 400

    HIGH AMP

  • Gleason Slip Rings solve a common problem in today’s world: Transfer of electric current from a stationary to a rotating component. There is a Gleason Slip Ring for virtually anything that rotates on a fixed axis and requires a flow of electricity. Electric current is transferred through copper graphite brushes onto copper alloy rings.

     

    Constant contact is maintained between brushes and rings through a variety of unique spring designs, depending on unit type, to insure optimum surface contact and reliable current flow. In some applications the brushes rotate around the rings (example; rotating signs) while in others the rings rotate inside the brushes (example; cable reels).

     

    Standard models are available with ratings from 30 to 700 amps at 600 volts in 3 basic styles: COMPACT for work in small areas with light and medium duty requirements, ROTAPOWER, designed for a wide range of applications and HIGH AMPERAGE. Data for all 3 series are shown on the chart below. Most Gleason Slip Rings are also available in watertight and dust tight enclosures. In addition, heavy duty models are available for up to 15,000 volt applications.

     

    RATED

    MAX

    AMP

    RATED

    MAX

    VOLT

    MAX

    BORE SIZE

    (i.d.)

    MAX

    ROT.

    SPEED

    MIN

    #

    POLES

    MAX

    #

    POLES

     

    MODEL SERIES

    30

    35

    55

    75

    125

    200

    200

    400

    700

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    1.5"

    2.0"

    1.5"

    2.0"

    2.0"

    2.0"

    3.5"

    3.5"

    4.0"

    40 rpm

    125 rpm

    40 rpm

    125 rpm

    125 rpm

    125 rpm

    300 rpm

    300 rpm

    300 rpm

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    20

    36

    6

    8

    4

    4

    5

    5

    5

    COMPACT 30

    ROTA-POWER 35

    COMPACT 55

    ROTA-POWER 75

    ROTA-POWER 125

    ROTA-POWER 200

    HIGH AMP 200

    HIGH AMP 400

    HIGH AMP 700

  • Gleason Slip Rings solve a common problem in today’s world: Transfer of electric current from a stationary to a rotating component. There is a Gleason Slip Ring for virtually anything that rotates on a fixed axis and requires a flow of electricity. Electric current is transferred through copper graphite brushes onto copper alloy rings.

     

    Constant contact is maintained between brushes and rings through a variety of unique spring designs, depending on unit type, to insure optimum surface contact and reliable current flow. In some applications the brushes rotate around the rings (example; rotating signs) while in others the rings rotate inside the brushes (example; cable reels).

     

    Standard models are available with ratings from 30 to 700 amps at 600 volts in 3 basic styles: COMPACT for work in small areas with light and medium duty requirements, ROTAPOWER, designed for a wide range of applications and HIGH AMPERAGE. Data for all 3 series are shown on the chart below. Most Gleason Slip Rings are also available in watertight and dust tight enclosures. In addition, heavy duty models are available for up to 15,000 volt applications.

     

    RATED

    MAX

    AMP

    RATED

    MAX

    VOLT

    MAX

    BORE SIZE

    (i.d.)

    MAX

    ROT.

    SPEED

    MIN

    #

    POLES

    MAX

    #

    POLES

     

    MODEL SERIES

    30

    35

    55

    75

    125

    200

    200

    400

    700

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    600

    1.5"

    2.0"

    1.5"

    2.0"

    2.0"

    2.0"

    3.5"

    3.5"

    4.0"

    40 rpm

    125 rpm

    40 rpm

    125 rpm

    125 rpm

    125 rpm

    300 rpm

    300 rpm

    300 rpm

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    2

    20

    36

    6

    8

    4

    4

    5

    5

    5

    COMPACT 30

    ROTA-POWER 35

    COMPACT 55

    ROTA-POWER 75

    ROTA-POWER 125

    ROTA-POWER 200

    HIGH AMP 200

    HIGH AMP 400

    HIGH AMP 700

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