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Stronger ‘total hygienic solution’ offering from Lafert

14 October 2019

With the acquisition by the Group of Invertek, a major UK inverter manufacturer, Lafert Electric Motors now has a stronger, more comprehensive offering for the food and drink processing and packaging industries. 

Particularly relevant for these industries, the recently acquired inverter range includes IP66 rated models. In conjunction with Lafert’s IP69K and IP66 Marlin stainless motors, the company can now offer an ‘in-house’ easy-to-clean, hose-down solution ideal for hygiene sensitive applications. An offering further completed by an extensive range of smooth bodied gearboxes.

Lafert’s Marlin range, which now includes single-phase motors, comprises TENV (Totally Enclosed Non-Ventilated), TEAOM (Totally Enclosed Air-Over Motor), TEFC (Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled) and TEWC (Totally Enclosed Water Cooled) machines with power ratings up to 22kW.

Examples of all the above will be on display at Appetite for Engineering
Also on display with be Lafert’s permanent magnet IE4 and IE5 motors which exceed existing energy efficiency requirements, enabling machine and system designers/builders achieve futureproofing. They also offer the benefits of significant motor size reduction combined with weight savings when compared to standard motors. Plus, there is the benefit of the option for an integrated motor/drive package to give assured maximum efficiency, control and ease of installation.


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Website: www.lafert.com



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