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Ideal drive motor solution for hygienic duties

15 April 2019

An ideal and complete motor-drive package for hygiene sensitive applications in the food industry is available from Lafert Electric Motors. 

Comprising the company’s Marlin stainless-steel motors (IP69K/IP66) with options for both stainless-steel gearboxes and IP66 rated inverters, the hose-down tolerant package provides a hygienic, easy-to-clean drive solution for the food industry. In addition, the Marlin range offers either IE2 or IE3 motors so, together with a compatible IP66 drive, will meet all current energy efficiency requirements.

The stainless-steel gearboxes are smooth-bodied to facilitate and ensure effective cleaning. Also, their design makes them ideal for multi-stacking, permitting final output speeds to be very low with higher torques than commonly achieved. Both worm and helical bevel designs are available.

Currently, the IE2 and IE3 stainless-steel motors cover a wide power range, even up to 15kW, with a limited offering of IE4 asynchronous motors now on the market.

Marlin motors are available as TENV (Totally Enclosed Non-Ventilated), TEAOM (Totally Enclosed Air-Over Motor) and TEFC (Totally Enclosed Fan-Cooled). There is even a water-cooled stainless motor designed for use in extreme conditions where additional cooling is required.

Lafert is even able to offer pre-wired packages (motor to inverter) with stainless cable glands and fully-encapsulated terminal boxes to ensure the integrity of the system is not put at risk during connection procedures.

Tel: 01270 270022   

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