Washdown motors, stainless motors
Baldor Electric Company’s range of washdown and paint free motors and controls, all stainless motors and speed reducers, linear motors and controls, and servo motors and controls designed for energy efficiency.
Baldor Electric Company offers a broad range of washdown and paint free motors and controls, all stainless motors and speed reducers, linear motors and controls, and servo motors and controls.
Washdown motors include AC, DC, JM pump motors, inverter duty, vector duty, SmartMotors, AC servo and a choice of finishes. Super-E premium efficient designs are available in every configuration for customers desiring energy efficiency. They are available from stock from Baldor District Office/Warehouses across North America. Baldor washdown, paint-free washdown and stainless washdown motors are suited for applications requiring high-pressure cleaning with caustic solutions. These products allow the user to select the right motor for the amount of protection required for the application. Paint-free and stainless motors feature non-contact rotating labyrinth seals (on both ends of TEFC designs) to help prevent moisture intrusion and corrosion, additional varnish coating on the motor windings for added moisture resistance, and stainless screw-in type drain plugs in four locations on each end.
Baldor Electric Company
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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