that feature intersecting axes of the two shafts
and their tooth gears are shaped like cones. The gears are usually mounted on shafts that are 90 degrees far from each other but can be made in other angles. Bevel gears are categorized in classes based on geometry. There are spiral bevel gears, straight bevel gears, miter bevel gears, hypoid bevel gears and zerol bevel gears. Overall, the efficiency of bevel gears is estimated at 98 to 99%.
It can be difficult to choose the right type of bevel gear for your drive. MRO Supply provides bevel gears in all designs and they are provided in a wide range of styles, modules, materials and numbers of teeth to suit a variety of applications. Contact our experts for assistance if you have any questions.