Washdown AC motors are designed for rugged conditions

The WSS stainless steel AC motors from Omega Engineering are dipped and cured in polyester insulating varnish and are designed for rugged conditions like water treatment and machine shops.


The WSS stainless steel AC motors are dipped and cured in polyester insuilating varnish and are designed for rugged conditions like water treatment and machine shops. Courtesy: OmegaOmega's WSS stainless steel AC motors are constructed with the windings doubled-dipped and cured in polyester insulating varnish, anti-rust coated rotor to protect against corrosion, and double-lip seals plus V-ring shaft slingers. These 3-phase industrial grade washdown duty motors come in sizes from 1/3 to 2 H.P. and 1800 RPM. Other features include a TEFC enclosure, Class F insulation, and O-rings installed on the endbells to eliminate moisture. They are designed for water treatment, air/environmental control and machine shops.

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