Everything made of stable material
Already the weight of each part of the machine proofs that GREIF
would never think of using cheap materials. The pedestal as well as the motor housing have got sturdy cast iron bodies, which contribute essentially to the silent running and the sound
proofing of the machines. The motors are equipped with cast on covers and are thus better sealed against grinding dust. Due to their high speed the motors prevent a stopping or cracking of
the belt also at a high pressure.
The form is not just a formal matter
The harmonic design you find with GREIF in every single detail
is not only determined by aesthetics, but above all by the functional demands. The modern motor design is distinguished by the combination of square cross sections in 2 plates and the
circular arcs of various radii, overlying the edges. Thus a substantially larger surface is achieved especially compared to that of a cylindrical motor. The consequence is an optimum
heat emission to the surrounding air.