flexible design and available as standard in a food-grade version, the alpha
LPBK+ is the low cost alternative which still guarantees maximum return. By
taking the LPK+ right-angle gearbox and adding a pulley drive, Wittenstein has
created an integrated solution with ultra-compact design and easy motor
for linear drives and available with flexible output variants, the LPBK+ can
improve not only low-duty application designs but is also available in IP64 for
food-grade applications. With a space savings of more than 40 percent compared
to a conventional drive solution for linear applications, this product brings
cost and space savings to your design.
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