Setting the correct rpm of equipment | Teesin Machinery Pte Ltd

Setting the correct rpm of floor grinder for coating removal

What is the difference between speed and torque?

Speed: The speed of a motor, at its most basic form, is the rate at which the motor spins. Torque: The torque output of a motor, at its most basic form, is the amount of rotating force the motor develops. The torque of an electric motor is measured in pounds per force inch or lb-in.

What is the difference between speed and torque?

 

So more the torque, less is the angular speed required for the same rate of work consumption. If the input power is constant, torque and angular speed become inversely proportional. Only then does the angular speed decreases as the torque increases. When angular speed of the motor increases, the torque(rotating force) of the motor decreases and vice versa.

Speed, Torque and Horsepower

Relationship between speed, torque and horsepower.

Ceramic tile adhesive removal​

Rotational Speed

800-1,500 rpm

Carpet glue removal

Rotational Speed

800-1,500 rpm

Epoxy paint removal

Rotational Speed

1,200-1,500 rpm

Rain damaged concrete

Rotational Speed

1,200-1,500 rpm

Smoothen exposed aggregate

Rotational Speed

1,200-1,500 rpm

Lippage removal in terazzo/stone tiles

Rotational Speed

800-1,200 rpm

Concrete floor levelling with metal segment #16-#80

Rotational Speed

800-1,200 rpm

Cleaning after grouting procedure

Rotational Speed

300-500 rpm

Floor polishing with resin pad #50 - #100

Rotational Speed

1,250-1,950 rpm

Floor polishing with resin pad #400-#3000

Rotational Speed

1,500 - 1,950 rpm