Zeilabag gearless motor
Zilabag is the largest German manufacturer of gearless motors in the elevator industry and one of the top brands producing gearless elevator motors in the world. Zilabag, by designing ZETALIFT specialized software, has made it possible for each gearless motor to be calculated before ordering to the production line, depending on the project specifications, and each motor to be produced according to the specific conditions of the project and not serialization. Each of the Zillabag gearless motors can be tracked with its own serial number and its specifications and calculations will be available.
Emil Ziehl, founder of the Zilabag Company, was born on May 22, 1873. A talented and creative German who became world famous for his advances in the electric motor industry. Emil basically had to follow in his father’s footsteps and work as a blacksmith and family cart in Brandenburg, but fate had a completely different story for the young Emil Ziehl.
The turning point in the life story of 13-year-old Emil Ziehl was the drawing of a very delicate and unique painting of a girl who persuaded her father to send her to Rackow Design School. This painting is still in the possession of the Ziehl family as a legacy.
After graduation, Emil, who had great artistic and technical talents, studied at the Faculty of Engineering and, on the advice of his professor, began working as a design engineer at AEG, and soon began developing electric motors.
The first foreign rotor motor was designed by Emil Ziehl in 1897, a design that is still the foundation of modern engine technology.
In 1900, after the invention of the electric gyroscope, Emil Ziehl patented the original patent in his name. The invention of the gyroscope, which is still used in ships, airplanes, and spacecraft.
The German Zeilabg plant in the Weißensee district of Berlin was equipped in 1910 to produce a series of electric motors with the latest mechanical engineering systems of the time and a unique production line.
In 1910, Emil Ziehl founded the German company Zilabag with the Swiss Eduard Abegg. Emil had high expectations of Abg, including cash investments in the company as well as the production of wind turbines, but Abg failed to provide the promised funds to invest in the company, and his patent for wind engines also failed. . Abg split from the German company Zilabg in 1910. But since all trademarks, logos, and logos had already been registered and made public, Emile decided to start with the name ZIEHL-ABEGG, as well as the logo he had designed.
The construction of high-voltage generators for the Graf Zeppelin aircraft carrier by the Zilabag plant in 1919 revolutionized the aviation industry. In an official letter and a national document thanking the German government for the invention, “Kent Ferdinand von Zeppelin”, the supreme German general and inventor of Luftschiffbau Zeppelin, presented the German government with gratitude for the invention.
In 1935, after years of success and success of the German company Zilabg, Emil Zil celebrated the 25th anniversary of the company with its employees, customers, suppliers and representatives at the Zilabg factory.
On the morning of the first day of June 1939, Emile Zell, the great inventor and founder of the German company Zielabg, died unexpectedly at the age of 66. He was succeeded by his eldest son, Günther Ziehl, at the age of 28, who took over the management of ZIEHL-ABEGG. He dedicated his life to preserving and advancing the goals and values that his father had entrusted to him.
Following World War II and Allied invasions, the Zilabag plant was completely destroyed. The Soviets moved.
In 1946, Günther Ziehl and his younger brother, Heinz Ziehl, succeeded in re-establishing Zilabag in the company due to having a complete map and calculations of the company’s products, which they had protected as a great legacy in the war. Germany and the Künzelsau region, in West Germany, opened.
In 1946, “Heinz Ziehl” was added to the successful Zilabg team at the Künzelsau factory. He strongly believed in his father’s foreign rotor motor design for the ventilation industry, so he began building turbines and air conditioning fans.
The engine design with the late Emile Zell external rotor had no end. In 1947, based on his invention, the world’s elevator industry witnessed advances in elevator motor technology.
In 1949, Zilbag, Germany, resumed production and development of foreign rotor motors by leasing the first floor of the Stahl lift company in Künzelsau.
Again, the invention of Emile Zell causes a unique event in the world industry. In 1957, for the first time in the world, a fan with an external rotor motor was manufactured by Zilabag.
In 1965, Zilbag opened a new factory north of Stuttgart in the Schöntal-Bieringen district. A factory with an aluminum foundry and an automatic production line, which at the time was one of the most unique factories in Europe.
In 1972, Germany’s Zeilabag finally decided to continue operating internationally, thus opening Zeilabag’s first sales office in Sweden.
Zeilabag’s first breakthrough in the construction and development of the German Zilbag drive took place in 1985 at the Künzelsau site.
In 1987, the German company Zilabg was one of the first manufacturers of elevator equipment to achieve the DIN EN ISO 9001 standard in the quality management system.
In 1999, Zilabag acquired the French company FMV Lamel (a major manufacturer of fans in France) to increase its fan production capacity.
In the same year, Zilabag Germany started production of the first generation of frequency inverters for elevators (Zilabag drive) equipped with integrated main filters and contactors under the ZETADYN brand.
2001 was a very important year in the history of Germany. At the beginning of the year, Zilabag became a family-owned company headed by the late Emil Zill’s grandson, Uwe Ziehl, and in mid-2000, the introduction of the new ZAtop synchronous motors revolutionized the elevator industry.
This was not the only series of Zilabag gearless motors, in addition to the ZAtop series Zylbag gearless motor which is produced as a barrel or drum (internal rotor), ZAsyn, ZAdisk and ZAtopx series of Zillabg gearless motors were introduced in later years.
ZAsyn is the first generation of Zylabag gearless motor, which is made as a disk or flat (outer rotor). This Zilabag gearless motor with smaller dimensions and flat design is optimized for elevators with motorhome (MR) and elevator without motorhome (MRL).
ZAdisk is the next generation of Zillabug gearless motor, which is made as a disk or flat (external rotor) like the ZAsyn model. This Zylabag gearless motor has been optimized for motorized elevators (MR) and non-motorized elevators (MRLs) with two-to-one and one-to-one structures by changing the braking structure compared to the previous generation.
In 2002, in order to increase production capacity and respond to customer requests for the Zillabag gearless engine, Germany first built a new factory in the Hohenlohe industrial area near Waldenburg with an area of 15,000 square meters and then German offices and sales offices around Germany. increased.
In 2006, Zeilabag introduced the unique FE2owlet fan blade to the world as a biomimetic, low-noise blade. Inspired by owl wings, this unique blade offers unparalleled performance and impressive properties for axial fans.
The Invent Development and Technology Center was built in 2008 in the Künzelsau district. A dream center for research, development and testing of German Zeilabg products in order to obtain the best quality. The building is divided into 3 parts, the central part of the air and sound for the fans, the test part of the Zeilabag gearless engine and the third part for the development teams with direct access to the test stations.
The most spectacular and largest part of this building is the air and noise test area, which is basically a 1250 ton building container that is installed exclusively on a large number of springs to avoid environmental effects such as external vibrations or noise while measuring the sensitive sound of the fan. Is currently the largest combined center for acoustic and air performance in the world.
In 2012, production of the fourth generation of inverters (Zilabag elevator drive) equipped with contactless technology began specifically for the elevator industry. The German Zilabag drive is specially produced and programmed for use in the elevator and airless motor industry of Zilabag, and with its easy user interface and taking into account all the slopes and values required to create a smooth and quality movement, it provides a very pleasant driving experience for passengers. . Zilabag drive is made for use in both categories of control panel inside the engine room and elevator control panel without engine room (or direct installation in the well).
Shifting the frontiers of technology had become a habit for Germany’s Zeilabag. In 2012, Zeilabag introduced a new product to the automotive industry. “ZAwheel” electric ballless motor for commercial vehicles, with unparalleled efficiency (90%) and pollution statistics (0%), was successfully introduced for the electric city bus market.
Global demand for Germany’s Zillabg gearless motor has soared, and in response to market demand, Zilbag will begin construction of a new plant in 2013 with an area of 16,700 square meters.
In 2014, at the Hannover Messe in Hanover, Germany, one of the world’s largest trade fairs on industrial development, then-German Chancellor Angela Merkel paid a special visit to Germany’s Zilbag booth as one of the leading manufacturers in the German industry. he does.
Zeilabag’s significant advances in German industry led to Angela Merkel’s 2017 exhibition at the Hannover Messe, this time with the Prime Minister of Poland, at the Zeilabg booth, in collaboration with the German Zeilabg and the Polish company Ursus.
From 2015 to 2020, Zilbag Germany continued its development and technology with the introduction of several new products, including ZAvblue and ZAbluefin fans, as well as the development of the Zilbag drive factory and the Zilbag gearless motor in France, the United States and China.
At the same time, the ZAtopx series Zillabag gearless motor with advanced technology and the modern concept of StPUGurt (steel belt and PU) was introduced to the world elevator industry. A very quiet motor, small in size and with a shaft with a diameter of only 10 cm, which can be installed in the engine room and inside the elevator shaft.
In 2021, the new generation of the Zill family was replaced in the structure of the Zillab company. After 20 years, Uwe Ziehl passed on his grandfather’s legacy to the next generation. Dennis Ziehl was named chairman of the board and his daughter Sindia Ziehl was named new member of the board.
At present, Germany spends 6% of its total annual sales on development, and with the knowledge and experience of more than 100 engineers in its research and development unit, takes steps to upgrade the Zillabg gearless engine using the latest technologies.
Some of the most important changes that have taken place in the production of the German Zielabg gearless engine in the last three years are:
+ Reduce the thickness of the body on both sides
+ Less elasticity of body and steel shaft
+ Advancement and optimization of mechanical structure
+ Modification of cast parts such as body and edges
+ Optimize the windings and improve the magnetic flux and reduce losses
+ Optimization of braking systems and the use of new stronger and quieter brakes
+ Optimization of electrical connections design, ergonomics of wiring cable end connections to terminal box
+ Replacement of pollen cast iron instead of gray cast iron in the body of small engines (increase of tensile strength)
After 112 years since Zilabag took office, the legacy of the late Emil Zil is recognized as one of the leading German companies in the world industry and the manufacturer of one of the top elevator wheel motors in the world. Low power consumption, easy installation, very low noise and use of quality components such as encoder Heidenhain This is one of the features of the German Zielabeg gearless engine. By designing and manufacturing a dedicated elevator drive called ZETADYN, Zilabag has ensured that by combining motor and inverter knowledge together, the best result in terms of compatibility of the performance of these two parts as the main heart of modern elevators is guaranteed.
According to the German Zillabg policy of producing custom Zylbag gearless motors (not in series), the Zylbag gearless motor tensile roller according to the calculations and the wide range of capacity and weight of the cabinets, in two main categories of V-shaped and U-shaped grooves ( Subcutaneous), to be produced at different angles.
The sub-shear angle size is for U-shaped grooves (from 70 degrees to 105 degrees) and hardened V-shaped grooves in 5 sizes (from 35 degrees to 55 degrees). This feature enables a Zylabag gearless motor model to respond to a wide range of capacities at different heights with a slight change in traction.
All V-shaped grooves of German Zielabeg gearless motor pulleys are hardened and U-shaped traction pulleys are supplied hardened depending on the project conditions or customer request.
Zilabag currently employs 4,300 people as one of the world leaders in industry and technology. Today, Zilabag has 16 manufacturing plants, 29 subsidiaries and 108 product sales agents, including Zilabag gearless motor and Zilabag drive worldwide.
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Existing models of Zillabg gearless motor
Currently the Zeilabag engine is at 10 ( SM200.15C ،SM200.20C ،SM200.30C ،SM200.40D ،SM200.45D ،SM210.60B ،SM210.70B ،SM250.45B ،SM250.60B ،SM250.80D ) The model is offered with specific capacity and speeds
In the boxes below, the general specifications of each model are located
For information on the complete technical specifications of each engine, click on the desired model