Washdown AC motors

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

04/04/2013


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: OmegaWSS 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.

Omega Engineering

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