Twin-Crankshaft Drive


Twin-Crankshaft Drives are motors with two crankshafts. This principle, in which the pistons act on two opposing crankshafts via two connecting rods each, results in almost vibration-free running.

Twin crankshaft


  • There are no lateral forces on the piston rod.
  • enabling of bigger cylinders at the crankshafts
  • enabling of 4 power take-offs per machine
  • virtually vibration-free

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