The GNM series stands for our DC servo motors with a permanent magnetic field. As voltage variants for the standard version we offer 12V, 24V and 42V. The nominal torque ranges in continuous operation S1 reach up to 1.6 Nm without gear box. Depending on the application, the motors can be designed with protection class IP21, IP41 or IP54. This series is particularly service-friendly due to carbon brush windows.
In order to individually adapt the output torques and speeds, selected spur gear units as well as planetary gear units for coaxial applications or worm gear units for a cost-optimizing power deflection by 90° are available.
With the VGM series, DC motors with IP65 protection are available. These models are characterized by a closed design - without carbon brush windows. The various sizes have the same windings (voltage, speed, torque) as our GNM series.
HSM series: An internal rotor with Hall sensor technology. The special features of this series are its high dynamics, excellent controllability and long service life. The motors are maintenance-free as commutation is electronic. A wide range of planetary gearheads in various designs are available for you. Further modifications are possible on request, including various worm gear units.
Particularly suitable in the field of e-mobility: an external rotor as wheel hub motor. This series will be added to our standard portfolio in the near future. Please contact us for more information.
A BLDC-motor as internal rotor with already integrated control electronics. If you are interested please contact us. We are in constant development to offer you the latest technology.
In order to achieve dynamic speed or torque control, various drive controllers are available. With their digital inputs and outputs, they increase the flexibility and possible uses in many applications. Furthermore, various fieldbus systems can also be used. In scripts a higher-level functionality can be programmed, which is normally taken over by a higher-level controller. In many cases, the overall system costs can be significantly reduced due to the flexible use of drive controllers.
On April 1, 1923, the engineer Erich Engel founded a repair workshop for small electrical appliances in Wiesbaden, Dotzheimer Straße 105. In the same year his brother Fred joined the newly founded company "Ing. Erich und Fred Engel Elektrotechnische Fabrik" after completing his engineering studies. From then on the company successfully produced transformers and electric motors.
In 1938 the company moves to a larger factory site at Dotzheimer Straße 147 in Wiesbaden.
The ENGEL-Group's great success demanded further space after a few years. The new plant, built on the so-called
grünen Wiese (greenfield site) in Wiesbaden-Schierstein, became the new company headquarters in 1962.
In 1965, Fred Engel, son of the company founder of the same name, took over the management of the ENGEL GmbH, which now has more than 400 employees.
If you want to survive on the market, you have to be progressive.
With meanwhile 60 years tradition, the ENGEL GmbH continues to develop with the help of most modern technology.
The ENGEL GmbH is one of the first companies in Wiesbaden to work with advanced computer technology.
The turning department also expands and acquires one of the first robot-controlled cutting production systems available on the market.
On 19.02.1987 the turning department becomes an independent enterprise with 25 coworkers, with seat in Walluf, Germany (ENGEL Präzisions-Drehteile GmbH). Additionally in the same year the new ENGEL Getriebebau GmbH is founded.
On 1st April 1994 the newly founded ENGEL ElektroMotoren GmbH takes over the production of DC motors from ENGEL GmbH. Two years later the company moves into modern production facilities at the new location "Am Klingenweg 7" in Walluf.
Between 2001 and 2010, the newly founded ENGEL Elektroantriebe GmbH takes over the sales organisation for the production companies ENGEL ElektroMotoren GmbH and ESA Elektromotoren GmbH.
From January 2011, the newly founded production companies have again taken over the administrative departments themselves and are now operating under their own names:
ENGEL ElektroMotoren GmbH
ENGEL Elektroantriebe GmbH
ENGEL ElektroMotoren GmbH changes its legal form to an AG. The goals of reacting faster and more effectively to changes in the market and individual customer requirements can now be pursued even more efficiently!
We modify our motors according to your needs to ensure optimal performance. Specific winding designs, e.g. for intermittent operation and other mechanical adjustments are developed and implemented for you.
Do you have questions about specific motor or transmission data? We will be happy to advise you on the selection and configuration. We are always available by e-mail and during our operating hours by telephone.
We would be pleased to check your motor. What is the condition of the collector and brush, what about wear marks, the condition of seals, etc., what is the condition of the gearbox?
Is something broken? Our in-house repair department is specialized and technically up to date. We would be pleased to provide you with a report on your motor. If the repair is economically viable, you will receive a cost estimate free of charge.
Do you need spare parts? With the help of the seven-digit motor number we always find the right spare part for you. Please feel free to contact us.
If it's urgent, call us!
The fastest way we can help you is if you give us the serial number of your ENGEL motor.
All gear components are tested to the smallest tolerances using 3D coordinate measuring technology, here with the aid of a Mitutoyo Coordinate Measuring Machine. All components are inserted into the machine by hand and then automatically checked by the machine.
Optical measurement of shafts - shown here with a JENOPTIK shaft measuring machine. Each shaft is clamped into the testing machine by hand and then checked for tolerances with an optical sensor. If tolerances are exceeded, the shaft is rejected.
With the help of a measuring profile projector from Mitutoyo and the trained human eye, chamfers and radii of each individual motor are optically measured. Due to the many years' experience of our employees, minor deviations are directly detected.
By quality we mean a business process supported by the management. Our quality and environmental policy serves the future-oriented planning of technical and human resources and the preservation and optimization of our economic success in all the markets we serve. We set ourselves the goal of Total Quality in all areas of our business. This is our commitment to our customers and to ourselves. The satisfaction of our customers and the improvement of all our production processes and workflows are our top priority. We want to achieve these goals while maintaining active environmental protection, by conserving our resources and focusing on the reduction of emissions and the protection of soil, water and air. We comply with laws, regulations and requirements and comply with occupational safety guidelines. We agree on quality targets that are in line with our quality philosophy, the quality of work for all employees and of course for each individual. Our quality standards demand well-trained and motivated employees. We promote this through further education, training and instructions. We equip our employees with the necessary skills, the necessary authority and responsibility for their area. We are in a continuous process of Optimization to meet all our quality requirements. Hence, we provide the necessary resources in the appropriate volume to achieve the objectives and targets. Based on our quality and environmental policy, we maintain and document a quality and environmental management system that covers all phases of the service provision.