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Efficient and hygienic smooth-surface motors

03 September 2017

Nord Drivesystems has expanded its range of high-efficiency smooth-surface motors. The new permanent-magnet synchronous motors – without cooling fins – achieve level IE4/super premium efficiency. 

The efficient smooth-surface motors are said to be suited to use in dry areas as well as in applications requiring frequent cleaning. 

As they generate very little excess heat, they need no fans and therefore do not contribute to the spreading of germs. The IE4 or Super Premium Efficiency synchronous motors operate more efficiently than induction motors, specifically in the partial load range. This results in lower cost for energy consumption and lower total cost of ownership. 

Frequency inverters can be mounted directly onto the motor or near the motor for flexibility.

Three motor sizes (80, 90, 100) with power ratings from 0.75 to 2.2 kW are available. 


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