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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY AND SUPERIOR FACILITIES &  EXPERIENCES

@ Formosa Gear Plant, licensed by RENK, Germany and equipped with state of the art machine tools, is a leading gear manufacturer in Taiwan. Most of the tools are computer numerically controlled (CNC) for higher efficiencies and accuracy. Formosa can hob gears up to 8.0 meters in diameter, skive spiral bevel gear up to 1.15 meters in diameters and precision grind gears up to 4.0 meters in diameters.
@ In addition, Formosa performs most heat-treating process within its own shop. Carburizing, ion-nitriding and induction hardening are used to maximize the strength and durability of the gearing. Formosa Gear produces and supplies gearing products designed for maximum reliability and performance.
@ Quality assurance is guaranteed not only with the aid of the most modern inspection equipment and trained professionals, but starts with the procurement of raw materials of the highest quality. Strict process controls have resulted in Formosa's reputation for producing the highest quality products available in the world market.

Main Products

FHI Gear Plant supplies the following products for various industries including petrochemical, plastics & rubber, fiber processing, steel, cement, sugar, pulp & paper etc. The maximum horsepower of gear reducer Formosa ever delivered was up to 24000KW & linear velocity: 150m/s, and maximum weight of unit 205MT.

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Gear reducers for various industrial applications

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Standard type gear reducers

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Open gears & girth gears for sugar and cement industries.

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High speed gear reducers & increaser.

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Wind Turbine Planetary Gear Increaser.

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Planetary gear reducers for various industrial applications

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Heat treatment -- Carburizing, Ion-Nitriding and Induction Hardening

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NDE & metallurgical analysis

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Engineering services

Historical highlights

1980

1980 Established in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Formally the machinery division of Formosa Plastics Corp.

1980

Under license of RENK AG, Germany.

1981

Awarded AGMA technical membership.

1987

Awarded quality class A by government of Taiwan

1991

Licensed additional technology from RENK AG for steel mills.

1992

Merged into Formosa Heavy Industries Corp.

1994

Awarded ISO 9001 certification.

1996

Licensed additional technology from RENK AG for planetary gearboxes.

2000

Set up representative office in Kitakyusyu, Japan.

2001

Started business cooperation with Chicago Gear Corp. Now Overton Chicago Gear Corp. for marketing in USA.

2003

Software transfer from RENK AG for High Speed Gear.

2010

Developed 2MW Wind Turbine Planetary Gear Increaser.
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