Originally Posted by vacendak
I thought so, too. But the paper says:
Available for Pleasure, Light, Medium and Continuous Duty applications.
Sounds like there are ZF25A-Pleasure, ZF25A-Light etc. ?
You should talk with Hurth
about this, they will give you the information you're looking for and can specify for you which of their equipment
will best suit your application.
From what I recall
my ZF V-drive transmission
, there does not exist what you are describing (e.g., same transmission in various duty-rating flavors). What you need to do is decide what your application is and then select the transmission that meets the requirements. For a transmission it's mostly about cooling
ability vs. weight vs. cost (plus the unit needs to fit into the space available).
As others have written, the issue is longevity of the transmission for a given power input and load. You would not specify a 'light' duty transmission for use in a continuous duty application, nor do you need to overspend for a continuous duty transmission if you're application is for occasional 'light' duty use.