Hertz Spindle Motors
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The Hertz Spindle Engines that we produce by blending the knowledge and experience we have gained over the years will earn you confidence, quality and speed.

We increased our product range day by day and developed all our products with the same quality and care. Hertz Spindle Engines are manufactured entirely in our own facilities. Each part is passed through hundreds of intermediate specimens during both manufacturing and assembly phases.

In order to meet the expectations of our customers, we are able to make error-free production by subjecting our experts to quality control test. The quality of the engines we produce is under the Hertz Spindle Motor safety. And we are constantly working to get better.


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Below you will find answers to frequently asked questions about Spindle Motors.

1What are the Spindle Motors' intended uses and Where are the Uses?

They are engines that have become the standard of CNCs especially in processing (wood, metal, glass, etc.).

Demand is increasing day by day for these engines which can reach very high speeds in reality. Above all, it is an important necessity to be able to provide constant torque for high power density.

2How long are Spindle Engines' revolutions?
Spindle motors are the most preferred type of engine to reach very high speeds. Generally 8,000 rpm, 12,000 rpm, 18,000 rpm, and 24,000 rpm are available.
3What type and model bearings are used in spindle motors?
Another issue to consider when using high speed motors is the use of high speed bearings. Because spindle motors work at 25,000 rpm, which is quite high speeds, mechanical parts must be able to respond to this speed in a healthy way.
4How should the protection and maintenance of Spindle Engines be done? What are the points to pay attention to?

It is important that the spindle motor is both drived healthy and keep protected.

The method of motor protection is to calculate or measure the intended motor temperature and to bring the inverter into a passive state as opposed to the danger of overheating the motor.