Dayton Lamina Corp. has introduced hydraulic motors the company claims generates four times the torque of standard motors, without gear reducers, and with only three moving parts, so they last longer and require very little maintenance.
Company officials said they are ideal for plastics operations like thread core removal for injection molding. The low-speed/high torque motors feature instant forward and reverse. They have torque ratings comparable to larger motors.
Dayton Lamina, based in Dayton, Ohio, makes products for stamping such as punches and die components.