Types of Gears

Spur Gear
Helical Gear
Double Helical Gear
Herringbone Gear
Worm Gear
PTO Gear
Pinion Gear
Sprocket Gear
Bevel Gear
Ground Gear

Where Gears Are Used

Paper Industry
Cement Industry
Sugar Industry
Steel Industry
Transmission Components
Gearbox Manufacturing
Automotive Industry
General Machinery
Machine Manufacturing
Composite Industry

Let’s take a deeper look into the types of gears from all over the industries. Every type of gear has in fact a long history and methodical progression of needs in the engineering areas of numerous industries. Here in Turkey, and as OGGO Tech, we approach engineering in its essential forms, and consequently having further improvements in gear production methods. Manufacturing gears, is one of the most detailed operations in milling processes; especially with CNC Milling, CNC Turning, Gear Hobbing, as well as Manual Milling and Manual Turning processes.
We, as OGGO Tech, take pride in being one of the forward-thinkers of the industry of gear manufacturing in Turkey. When a project is on our desks, our engineers and operators make the most detailed outlines and provide us perfectly customized gear manufacturing methods. This is why, we can afford to success in gear production as a Turkish production company, in the industries such as aviation, defense, automotive, automation and more.



Spur gears use shafts that are parallel to transmit power. The gears' teeth are parallel to the shaft axis. These spur gears produce radial reaction loads on the shaft but not axial loads as a result of this. Because spur gears have just one line of contact between teeth, they are louder than helical gears. This is why spur gears are most known gears, and our gear production company in Turkey manufactures great numbers of gears. While rolling through the mesh, the teeth slide off of one tooth and accelerate to the next. Helical gears, on the other hand, have several teeth in contact and transmit torque more smoothly.



Positive displacement pumps, such as gear pumps, pump a constant volume of fluid with each rotation. They can pump viscous, polymers, gasoline and lubrication oils, resins, and caustic fluids such as PVC. In Turkey gear manufacturing, we produce pump gears too. Because gears are the core of a positive displacement pump, partnering with us ensure that your gears are of the finest quality.



In contrast to spur gears, which have teeth that are parallel to the shaft, helical gears feature teeth that are placed at an angle to the shaft. Helical gears may carry higher load than spur gears since more than one tooth is in contact during operation. Normally, Helical gears are also smoother and quieter to function than spur gears because of the load sharing between teeth. And to understand how Helical gears generate thrust during operation, which must be taken into account when they are used. Also in Turkey too, the Helical gears are used in the majority of Turkish gearbox manufacturers and enclosed gear drives.



Double helical gears are a type of helical gear that has two helical faces next to each other with a gap between them. The helix angles on each face are identical but opposing. The use of a twin helical gear set lowers thrust loads and allows for even more tooth overlap and smoother operation. As the same with gearboxes in Turkish manufactured gears, enclosed gear drives frequently use double helical gears, just as helical gears.



Herringbone gears are comparable to double helical gears, but without the gap between the two helical faces. How Herringbone gears are often smaller than double helical gears, making them appropriate for high-shock, high-vibration applications. In our company, as Turkish gear manufacturer, this type of Herringbone gearing is utilized due to its challenging production.



The most common application of bevel gears is to transmit power between shafts that intersect at a 90-degree angle. They're employed in situations that demand a right-angle gear drive. Bevel gears are more expensive and can't transmit as much torque per unit of size as a parallel shaft configuration.



A chain or belt connects two sprockets, one of which is the 'driver' and the other is the 'driven.' The mechanical system is then driven by motion or force, which transmits power or alters the torque or speed. Turkey gear manufacturing methods are improved to our capacity. Sprockets with more teeth can transfer more weight, but they also cause more friction, which slows down the operation. The notches on a chain wear away as it passes over them, so if they've gotten sharpened or hooked at the point rather than being blunt, they need to be replaced.



Precision ground gears fulfill the highest quality and functionality standards. Our ground spur and helical gears are always produced to order and can be found in a wide range of applications. Automotive, industrial equipment, machinery, compressors, blowers, pumps, superchargers, and other markets are all served.



Worm gears transmit power through non-intersecting shafts at right angles. Also called the endless screw, worm gears provide thrust and are suitable for severe shock load applications, although they have a low efficiency compared to other gears. They are frequently utilized in lower horsepower applications due to their low efficiency.



PTOs (power take-offs) are mechanical gearboxes that attach to apertures on truck transmissions and are used to transfer engine power to auxiliary components, most commonly a hydraulic pump. The pump's hydraulic flow is then channeled to cylinders and/or hydraulic motors to accomplish work - think dump trucks, garbage trucks, and wreckers. Some PTO applications, such as pneumatic blowers, vacuum pumps, and liquid transfer pumps, deliver power directly to the driven component through a rotating shaft.

Design & Planning

First contact with OGGO Tech will be a throughout communication to reach the perfect processes. Our expert designers and engineers will provide the assistance and details.

Production & Finishing

A confirmed project will enter our manufacturing lines, supervised by the production managers and under constant improvement.

Delivery & Feedback

After the project is finished and delivered, our assessment team will rapport a total, top-down and bottom-up process, so that we know we are happy.