Motors

The Super-E Duty Master motors from Baldor Electric Co. are designed for severe operating conditions and are available in TEFC and WPII foot-mounted configurations. The standard voltages are 2,300/4,000 V, 60 Hz and the stock motors are available in 3,600, 1,800, and 1,200 rpm. Available in a 200 to 1,500 hp range, the three-phase motors are also available in NEMA 449T though 05812 frame sizes.

03/01/2010


 

 

 

The Super-E Duty Master motors from Baldor Electric Co. are designed for severe operating conditions and are available in TEFC and WPII foot-mounted configurations. The standard voltages are 2,300/4,000 V, 60 Hz and the stock motors are available in 3,600, 1,800, and 1,200 rpm. Available in a 200 to 1,500 hp range, the three-phase motors are also available in NEMA 449T though 05812 frame sizes. The motor features coil vacuum pressure impregnated construction, high-pressure die cast aluminum rotors, all cast iron construction, and winding resistance temperature detectors.

 

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