﻿ How To Calculate Torque Of Motor For Roller Conveyor

# How To Calculate Torque Of Motor For Roller Conveyor

• ### Conveyor Power and Torque Calculator

CONVEYOR POWER CALCULATOR. Use this calculator to calculate the force, torque and power required from a conveyor to move a load at an angle. If your conveyor is horizontal enter an angle of 0. Enter your values for the Mass, Diameter, Beltspeed, Friction and Angle; select your units as required.

• ### Motor Sizing Basics Part 1: Load Torque

In order to move the load (blue box), the motor must generate more torque than this value. To calculate load torque, multiply the force (F) by the distance away from the rotational axis, which is the radius of the pulley (r). If the mass of the load (blue box) is 20 Newtons, and the radius of the pulley is 5 cm away, then the required torque for the appliion is 20 N x m = 1 Nm.

• ### Motor Torque Calculations

Torque is the action of a force producing or tending to produce rotation. Torque = force x distance

• ### Motor Power Calculation for Roller Conveyors

25/11/2017 · As we are looking for motor power selection for Roller Conveyors as per the following: 1. Length of roller – 600mm 2. Weight of roller – 8 kg 3. Diameter of roller – 60mm 4. Roller material 5. Transportable mass – 100 kg 6. Number of rollers in conveyor 6 Nos. 7. Length of conveyor800mm Mechanism of roller to roller drive is chain sprocket.

• ### mechanical engineering

Once you determined acceleration torque, to calculate the total torque for your motor add your frictional torque + acceleration torque. Usually, you want to add a safety factor of around depending on what's available on the market.

• ### Calculation for roller conveyor

Decision of any condition for input output. ① Motor speed. N =. 1500 1000 1800 1200. r/min. Motor speed with commercial power. 50Hz 4P:1500r/min 6P:1000r/min. 60Hz 4P:1800r/min 6P:1200r/min. In the case of inverter drive, the base motor speed is 1800r/min.

• ### Simple Torque Calculation for Belt Conveyor

09/03/2006 · If I ever need to calculate approximate conveyor power, for example on simple inplant inclined conveyors, I often do the following simple calculation. Power = t/h x lift x x kW From this you can easily calculate the torque, if you have the speed and pulley diameter from the following: Torque = x power divided by pulley rpm kNm