ac and dc motor protection

AEGIS PRO Series Rings protect large ac and dc motors from bearing damage and unplanned downtime.

04/04/2016


AEGIS PRO Series Rings protect large AC and DC motors from bearing damage and unplanned downtime. Courtesy: Electro Static TechnologyAEGIS PRO Series Rings protect large ac and dc motors from bearing damage and unplanned downtime. Available for motor shafts with diameter up to 30 in., they are designed for high-current applications such as generators, turbines, and medium-voltage motors. Embedded securely in the FiberLock channel along the inner circumference of the PRO Series Rings, six rows of conductive microfibers surround the motor shaft, providing millions of discharge points for harmful shaft currents and creating the path of least resistance that diverts these currents away from bearings to ground. The AEGIS PRO-MR combines a PRO Bearing Protection Ring with a shaft voltage monitoring ring which enables real-time monitoring of shaft voltage levels on motors in remote or hard-to-access locations.

Electro Static Technology

www.est-aegis.com



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