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High Efficiency Motors

High Efficiency Motors
High Efficiency Motors
Product Code : HH03
Trade Information
  • Price
  • Minimum Order Quantity
  • 1 Piece
  • Price Range
  • 50000 - INR
  • Payment Terms
  • Others, Cheque, Telegraphic Transfer (T/T)
  • Supply Ability
  • As per buyer requirement Per Day
  • Delivery Time
  • 1 Days
  • Sample Available
  • Yes
  • Sample Policy
  • Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
  • Main Domestic Market
  • All India
Product Description

Having advanced manufacturing facilities, we are able to offer the best grade High Efficiency IE2 Squirrel Cage TEFC Motors. These motors are ideal for running elevators, conveyor belts, cranes, mixers etc. Known for their energy efficient operation and less maintenance cost, the provided motors are demanded across the country. Our valued patrons can avail these High Efficiency IE2 Squirrel Cage TEFC Motors from us in various technical specifications at competitive prices.

Key Points:

  • High performance
  • Longer service life
  • Corrosion resistant body
  • Easy installation
Type MH- 0.37 kW - 315 kW,
Frame 71 - 355L

  Installation & Maintenance Catalogue

Use of these motors can lead to substantial reduction in energy costs. The payback periods are in the order of 3 to 6 months depending upon the usage. Replacing existing motors with High Efficiency IE2 Motors even in power intensive industries gives a payback within 1 to 2 years.

Salient features of Energy Efficient Motors:

Near uniform efficiency from 50% to 100% of full load
Insulation class F. Temperature rise limited to 70°C over ambient of 50°C
Voltage variation: ±10%
Frequency variation: ±5%
Combined variation: ± 10%
Enclosure: IP55

*** -Ratings above 355kW up to 1250kW are available in frame 400 and 450. Please contact our Marketing / Sales Office for more details.

Performance chart for IE2 motors:

2 Pole Motors
4 Pole Motors
6 Pole Motors
Hazardous Area Motors

Hazardous areas are defined as locations where Gas-Air Mixture may occur in dangerous concentrations. IS:5572:2009 & IS:5571:2009 classify the hazardous areas into three zones depending on the frequency and duration for which dangerous concentrations are likely to be present. Classification of these zones and selection of electrical equipment is as under:

Zone Classification of area as per Ref std. IS:5572:2009 Selection of electrical equipment based on Ref std. IS:5571:2009
Zone `0' An area in which Hazardous atmosphere is continuously present Generally, use of electrical equipment is to be avoided. But when this is not practicable, intrinsically safe or pressurized electrical equipment to be used.
Zone `1' Hazardous atmosphere is likely to be present under normal operating conditions. For this area , electrical equipment used , must be in flame proof enclosure type Ex d conforming to IS/IEC 60079-1.
Zone `2' Hazardous atmosphere is likely to be present under abnormal operating conditions and for a short periods Apparatus with type of protection Ex 'e' in accordance with IS/IEC 60079-7 may be used without any special enclosure. Apparatus having type of protection Ex `n' in accordance with IS/IEC 60079-15 are also permitted for use.

Conformance to Standards:

IS 325 Three phase Induction motors-specification
IS : 12615:2011 Energy Efficient Induction Motors - Three Phase Squirrel Cage
IEC 60034-30:2008 Efficiency classes of single speed, three phase, cage induction motors (IE code)
IS/IEC 60034-1:2010 Rotating Electrical Machines: Part 1 Rating and performance
IS/IEC 60079-0:2004 Electrical apparatus for gas atmosphere – Part 0 General Requirements
IS/IEC : 60079-1:2007 Electrical apparatus for gas atmosphere - Equipment protection by flame proof enclosures "d"
IEC :60079-15:2010 Electrical Apparatus for gas atmosphere-- Construction, test & marking of type of protection "n" electrical apparatus.
IS 5572:2009 Classification of hazardous areas (other than mines) having flammable gases and vapors for electrical installations.
IS 15142:2002 Guide to the use of electrical apparatus for potentially atmosphere in the presence of combustible dust.
IS 5571:2009 Guide for selection and installation of electrical equipment for hazardous areas (other than mines)
IEC 60072-1:1991 Dimension & output ratings of rotating electrical machines
IS : 900:1992 Code of practice for installation and maintenance of induction motors
IS : 1231:1974 Dimensions of foot mounted A.C induction motors
IS : 2223:1983 Dimensions of flange mounted A.C induction motors



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