Available Size Ranges for Worm Gears:
Maximum Pitch Size / Max 30.0″
Diametral Pitch / From 1.5 to 48 degrees
Face Width / Max 5.0″
Trim Tooth / AGMA Q9

Custom Worm Gear Components:
Alloy steel
Aluminum bronze
Cast & ductile iron
Stainless steel
Tool steel

Worm gears are usually used when large gear reductions are needed; it is common for worm gears to possess reductions of 25:1 and higher. When engineered properly, worm gears provide constant, dependable, smooth and quiet running gearing.

We produce gears for most industries, from little to huge, in a variety of materials and size ranges. Avon Gear and Engineering uses state-of-the-art technology, not merely in the manufacturing procedure however in monitoring quality as well. Our engineers know that the end effect is only as effective as the blank they focus on, therefore we machine our own blanks to maintain the best quality standards.

Ever-Power Gear and Engineering specializes in precision slice worm gears for applications requiring high-ratio speed decrease in a limited space. Our gears and worms are designed and manufactured to exacting criteria and specifications. From conventional to unconventional, easy to complex, Avon is certainly capable of producing the best engineered solution for any application.

Ever-Power has the full production capacity of most types of gears. Proud to supply worm and worm equipment sets for customers in all industries. The utmost size of the worm gear could be made 120″, while the diameter of the worm gear can be up to 10″. For gears, we can make tooth and size ratios of up to 1.5 DP and 16 custom worm gear china modules. With instant production and scheduling capabilities, we can work with our customers to determine the most effective and useful way to manufacture and transfer worm gears and worm pieces.
Our material options include brass, bronze, stainless steel and grey cast iron. Our complete production capabilities consist of forging, die casting, centrifugal casting and equipment and worm reducing by hobbing, broaching, milling or cutting. We may also finish off the machining of the worm equipment and the worm by honing, grinding, shaving or sanding.