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MAAG - 详细信息

FLSmidth MAAG Gear - Switzerland FLSmidth MAAG Gear (formerly MAAG Zahnräder AG) has 100 years of experience in manufacturing gear units. Historical data 1913 Foundation of the MAAG Gear-Wheel Co. by the Zurich engineer Max Maag, Dr. ing. h.c. His aim was not only to supply gears of superior quality and precision, but also to design and build gear production machines. 1989 Foundation of the MAAG Gear Co. Ltd. which started operation on 1 January 1990 1997 F.L.Smidth, the largest Danish industrial engineering group, integrates the new MAAG Gear AG as an independent company. FLSmidth's own gear manufacturing arm MAAG Gear A/S at Copenhagen, Denmark, becomes a member of the MAAG Gear AG group. 2000 The MAAG Gear AG group now includes a gear manufacturer in Elblag, Poland. MAAG Gear Zamech Sp.z.o.o. was acquired from ABB. 2003 After being located in Zurich town for nearly a century, MAAG Gear AG moves production facilities and offices successfully to the new location in the Sulzer Industry Park in Winterthur. 2007 Sale of marine and turbo business to Renk Maag. Production transferred to Elblag, Poland. 2011 Acquisition of Darimec S.r.L. rounding off the range of manufacturing skills. Pioneer achievements 1919 Delivery of a gear set (spur gearing) to Atelier Chantiers de Bretagne, for the coal freighter < S.S. Thorium>. Power of the steam turbine 810 kW at 3500 rpm, number of propeller revolutions 70 rpm. 1929 Marketing of high speed gear units with case hardened and ground gears. 1956 Production of first dual tandem articulated marine propulsion gear unit with single helical, hardened and ground gears for installation in a merchant ship. 1959 Toothed coupling engageable and disengageable at standstill for transmitting 73,530 kW at 428 rpm. 1963 Completion of the development and trials of the MAAG synchronizing clutch. 1964 Production of the most powerful high-speed gear unit in the world for transmitting 62,500 kW at 428 rpm. 1965 Commissioning of the first MAAG synchronizing clutch for power station use in Belgium. 1966 The world's first heavy duty, two-stage planetary reduction gear unit for a cement ball mill drive transmitting 4,400 kW at 740/14 rpm. 1975 Supply of first synchronizing clutch for CODOG marine gear. 1981 Heavy duty planetary gear unit for cement mill drive transmitting 8,100 kW at 960/13.6 rpm. 1986 Launch of MAAG planetary gear units for roller presses. 1990 Launch of new TRIPAC series of gear units for mixers and roller mill drives. Delivery of first MULTICOM gear unit for multiple compressors. 1996 Delivery of first HET gear unit. Power 78,000 kW Speed: 5413/3000 rpm. 1997 The world's largest vertical heavy duty planetary gear unit for raw mill drive transmitting 5,500 kW at 990/21 rpm. 1998 The world's largest marine gear unit with aluminium casing, installed in Fincantieri's MDV 3000. Total power transmission: 71,480 kW 2000 Launch of new standard gear type SG for driving generators, compressors and pumps. 2002 Launch of MAAG Lateral Gear Drive (LGD) as an alternative to central drives for large cement ball mills. Supply of the first CODAG gear system for installation on navy ships. Launch of the world's most powerful high-speed planetary gear unit for transmitting at 37,3 MW at 4850 rpm input speed. 2004 Launch of the first DPPV gear unit for 1,5 MW wind turbine on Orkney Islands. 2007 Launch of the first 3-stage gearbox (WPV) for vertical mills. 2011 Launch of MAAG CEM Drive, the ingenious drive system for vertical mills. Acquisition of Darimec and foundation of FLSmidth MAAG Gear S.p. Milano, Italy