Gear reducers are also known as reducers. Mechanical components, by either of these two names, are designed to decrease the electricity transferred between the motor and the equipment amongst the rotational speeds (revolutions for each minute). The reducer efficiently minimizes the rotational pace developed by the motor, thus controlling the speed at which the equipment operates and growing the torque developed by the motor. Multiplying the torque developed by the motor increases the machine’s available electricity – a process known as “mechanical dominance”. In a larger context, equipment reducers are generally instruments employed to increase the effectiveness of gear procedure.