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We have a strong stand in the market as the manufacturers and suppliers of Motorized Gyroscope. These products are used in many pharmaceuticals and research laboratories for various types of experiments. Our team of skilled and trained quality controllers test these products to ensure their longer service life, less wear & tear, high strength and optimum performance. Packed in sturdy and tamper proof packaging, Motorized Gyroscope is delivered to the clients without any damages.
Specifically manufactured Motorized Gyroscope is widely utilized in learning institutions for finding out the gyroscopic effect and observing the liaison between applied torque, direction of rotation & rate of rotation. This device consists of heavy disc mounted on horizontal shaft, motor mounted rotor shaft, which is free to rotate vertically. Motorized Gyroscope offered by us is widely demanded in the physics laboratories of schools, colleges and institutions to teach students about determining gyroscope effect precisely.
We are offering Motorized Gyroscope Apparatuses, which are provided with the stainless steel discs affixed on the horizontal shafts. The uncertain speed motors of these products are mounted on the trunnion frames having supports in the yoke framework that autonomously revolves about its vertical axis. To keep a comely balance, the setups are installed with the weight pans on the different side of the rotor discs, which can be stirred about three axis.
The Motorized Gyroscopes we offer consist of heavy discs mounted on the horizontal shafts, turned by the changeable speed motors. The rotor shafts are coupled to the motors mounted on the trunnion frames featuring bearings in the yoke framing that is independent to rotate about vertical line. The weight pans on different side of disc control the weight of motors. Rotor discs can be moved about three axis. The torques of Motorized Gyroscopes can be applied by computing the weight and spacing of weight from the middle of rotors.
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