Electric motors

A wide range of electric motors in various versions are presented in the list of our products. Engines produced for fixed machines drive have design features as specified and can be used for the needs of coal, chemical, gas, petrochemical and other industries. Single purpose engines can be used in hazardous areas, in conditions of a mixture of gases, vapors and dust formation in an environment with high humidity and low temperature.

  • Explosion Proof motors are designed and built to contain an explosion inside and not propagate it into the surrounding atmosphere. Aproval listings are avalable for Class I (Gas) and or Class II (Dust) hazardous enviroments. Single and three phase designs are suitable for fixed speed, sine wave only operation.

    We can offer you: UL & CSA approved for Class I, Group D; Class I, Group D, Class II, Group F & G; Class I, Group C & D, Class II, Group F & G. Totally enclosed heavy guage steel and cast iron construction. Single and Three Phase designs. 60Hz & 50Hz data included on the nameplate.  1.0 Service Factor. Super-E® explosion proof motors have NEMA Premium® efficiency and 3 year warranty. Fixed speed sine wave operation only.

     

  • The multi speed induction motors offers two or more outputs and speeds from a single frame. In general, two speed motors are made up of either one or two windings in one stator.

    They can be divided into two different winding types ;

    Dahlander, pole changing or tap and wound :Comprises a single winding with two stator winding polarities which gives the ability to change motor speeds at ratios of 2:1 by varying the connections. The 4/2 and 8/4 pole motors stipulated at .Ratings and performance. pages are dahlander wound motors.

    Two separate windings or dual wound :The motor has two distinctly different windings of different polarities within the same stator with each having its own power rating. This design is mostly used for those applications where the polarity ratios of pole change are inappropriate. The 6/4 and 12/4 pole motors stipulated at .Ratings and performance. pages are dual wound motors.

  • A DC motor is any of a class of electrical machines that converts direct current electrical power into mechanical power. The most common types rely on the forces produced by magnetic fields. Nearly all types of DC motors have some internal mechanism, either electromechanical or electronic, to periodically change the direction of current flow in part of the motor. Most types produce rotary motion; a linear motor directly produces force and motion in a straight line.

     

  • An AC motor is an electric motor driven by an alternating current (AC). The AC motor commonly consists of two basic parts, an outside stationary stator having coils supplied with alternating current to produce a rotating magnetic field, and an inside rotor attached to the output shaft producing a second rotating magnetic field. The rotor magnetic field may be produced by permanent magnets, reluctance saliency, or DC or AC electrical windings.

  • Totally stainless steel SSBSM series of AC brushless servo motors are designed for industrial applications such as food, liquid, pharmaceutical, and other motion control applications requiring wash-down, and high hygiene motors. They may be applied in harsh, corrosive environments. These motors are designed to handle IP67 and withstand 1500 psi wash-down conditions.

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