Rotor carrier

The rotor carrier is the central element of a hybrid system. The outside is the joining area for torque introduction of the electric motor. On the inside are lamellae splines with which the electric drive can be connected or disconnected to the combustion engine power train. The part is produced with a sophisticated combination of hot and cold forging as well as machining operations and heat treatment.

 

Technical specifications

Application Area Electric drive, (plug-in) hybrid
Material Case-hardening steel
Porduction process Cold forged, gas nitrided, hard turned, hot forged
Characteristics Ready-for-assembly carrier for the rotor of a (plug-in) hybrid