Helical Gear

Helical Gear

Helical gears are quieter and operate more efficiently than spur gears. The teeth of a helical gear are cut at an angle to the gear face so that they gradually mesh as the gear rotates. The tangent to the helix angle varies in proportion to the thrust load. A helical gear is an excellent choice for high thrust because it produces far less friction and requires fewer bearings.

In addition to higher load capacity, helical gears are quieter and have less friction than spur gears. Since helical gears mesh in small increments, they are better suited for large loads and are also more efficient in high speed and high load applications. They are also a good choice for conveyor belts and elevators, and they can be used with parallel or non-parallel shafts.

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Helical gears generally have longer and stronger teeth than the other gears. Due to the greater surface contact area on the teeth, these gears can carry a heavy load, but the efficiency is reduced. XinLan produces helical gears that are quiet and make less vibration. These gears are very similar to spur gears, except that the teeth of helical gears are cut at an angle to the axis. There is an intriguing thing about helical gears: if the gear teeth’ tips are correct, they can be raised on perpendicular shafts, wherein the revolving angle is adjusted by 90 degrees. These are available in both right and left-hand configurations.

The helical gears offered by us are made per the industry’s standards and are widely used in the automotive and engineering sectors. These can also be customized as per the client’s requirements. We provide helical gears up to 1000mm OD and12 modules in different varieties such as hard, soft, or ground. Helical gears are pretty similar to industrial equipments. They have teeth that are slanted and thus help in meshing the gear. The teeth of helical gears are connected better than those of spur gear.

They can be configured to either crossed or parallel as per the needs of the applications. When it comes to mechanics, parallel helical gears are much better. This is because helices meet at tangents that do not happen in crossed gears, thus limiting the contact point to the tooth’s surface. So it is not advisable for applications that concern heavy loads to use crossed bags. We are offering to our clients Helical Gears, which are widely used in the automotive and engineering industries. These are manufactured per industrial standards and are provided with customized specifications. We manufacture helical gear up to 1000 mm outer diameter and 12 modules, whether soft or hard and ground.


We offer both single as well as multi-segmented helical gears. The materials used are MS or Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel as per ADTM, BS, IS, AISI, SAE, or any customer requirements. The manufacturing capacity is 30 mm to 1000 mm OD. It’s available for up to 20 modules. The gear materials are aluminum, cast iron, plastic, steel, other metals, brass, copper, powdered metal, and wood.


Since our gears are incredibly durable and do not produce noise even at high speed, they are extensively used in the textile industry, blowers, feeders, rubber and plastic industry, rolling mills, food industry, conveyors, oil industry, elevators, and other heavy industries. We also serve marine, defense, food processing, grinding mills, paper, surface mining, fertilizer industries, etc.

Helical Gears (Single Segmented and Multiple Segmented):

Material MS or Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel as per ASTM, BS, IS, AISI, SAE, or any per customer requirement
Manufacturing Capacity 30mm to 1000mm Outside Diameter
Module Up to 20 Module
Type Helical

Applications of the Helical Gears are highly used in:

Textile industry Blowers
Feeders Rubber and plastic industry
Rolling mills Food industry
Conveyors Plastic industry
Oil industry Elevators


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