Motor line expanded with 98 ratings
Baldor's Super-E motors , which have an internal AEGIS bearing protection ring, have 98 new ratings. The ratings expands the 4 pole line of TEFC and ODP designs. 575V TEFC motors were also added.
98 ratings have been added new ratings to the Reliance Super-E motors with Internal AEGIS Bearing Protection Ring. The motors provides end-users with off-the-shelf availability of motors equipped with a pre-installed shaft ground. The additional 98 ratings expands the existing 4 pole line of TEFC and ODP designs through 100 HP and adds a generous offering of 2 and 6 pole models, as well. Additionally, 575V TEFC motors were added, 1 to 50 HP, as well as TEFC and ODP close-coupled pump motors. While most shaft ground applications utilize a shaft ground on the outside of the motor, the Reliance Super-E has the grounding ring factory installed internally on the motor. This internal design minimizes exposure to the outside elements and keeps the grounding ring from being damaged by external forces.
Applications include heating, ventilation and air conditioning blower and fan motors, pump motors, and other general purpose applications using an adjustable speed drive.
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