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15 September 2022

MCLENNAN IS is your perfect partner in your quest for the right miniature electric motor. We can help you specify and integrate the exceptional range of Portescap motors into your next project or design.

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12 July 2022

THE QUANTUM Controls online motor page offers an online way to order motors securely, quickly and with ease. The company supplies industry-leading motors, all at click of a button from which point the order will be shipped within one working day.

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31 March 2022

THE NEW IE5+ motor generation from NORD DRIVESYSTEMS guarantees the highest levels of efficiency and operational reliability, thanks to IE5+ technology. It combines the advantages of the modular system with the opportunities for version reduction and makes an essential contribution to reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO).

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08 March 2022

MAKING ITS Drives and Controls debut, Carlo Gavazzi will use the event to present HDMS, a single-phase motor starter that can start a motor without the need for a start capacitor. Also on show will be the latest technological innovations and advantages of IO-Link Sensors.

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17 January 2022

MENZEL ELEKTROMOTOREN manufactures IP67 low and medium voltage squirrel-cage motors up to size 355. TÜV Süd has recently attested the dust- and waterproof construction according to protection class IP67 of an entire low voltage motor type series.

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09 September 2021

MCLENNAN is your perfect partner in your quest for the right miniature electric motor. We can help you specify and integrate the exceptional range of Portescap motors into your next project or design.

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13 May 2021

A LIFE cycle assessment service provides a dynamic report of the age and operating performance of every ABB drive and motor across a plant, helping to save time and money and improve profitability by preventing lost production.

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28 January 2021

SCHAEFFLER IS reaping the rewards of its decision to create a specific business division for electric mobility three years ago, at the beginning of 2018. The start of mass production for multiple products across all electrification levels is, report the company, testimony to its’s successful engagement in the electric mobility arena and its status as the technology partner for advancing how the world moves.

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17 November 2020

ELECTRIC MOTORS are critical assets in many industries and environments. As part of the inaugural IP&E Live on 17 November, Mike Herring from Megger will be looking at electrical testing of critical motors.

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28 April 2020

NORD has introduced its new class-leading UNIVERSAL Motor, with 20 models in the range extending from 0.12 to 45kW power.

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23 April 2018

ABB has won Manufacturer of the Year at the Motion Control Industry (MCI) awards for the second year running.

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03 October 2017

Allied Motion Technologies has added smaller frame sizes to its line of Megaflux Frameless Direct Drive Torque Motors. Motors are now available in sizes ranging from 60 to 792 mm in outside diameter, with multiple stack lengths for each diameter.

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14 February 2017

Meeting the needs of operators in applications such as food and beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical processing, who are under pressure meet the highest standards of hygiene, Gibbons Engineering Group offers waterproof electric motors and variable speed drives.

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01 January 2017

As of 1 January, 2017, IE3-grade energy efficiency will be compulsory in the EU for mains-operated electric motors in the rated power range from 0.75 to 375kW.

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22 September 2016

Available from Delta Line, new BLDC flat motors from Fulling are said to be an ideal solution for many applications thanks to their compact, flat design (32mm diameter, length <18 mm).

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16 June 2016

Schaeffler has launched an innovative standalone system for monitoring the condition of rotating plant and equipment with fixed or variable speeds from 100 to 15,000 rpm. Thanks to its unique automatic fault assessment feature, the system can be operated by maintenance staff with little or no expertise in vibration monitoring technology.

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27 April 2016

Available in 22mm diameter, the new Portescap 22DCP coreless motor offers high efficiency and what is described as an unparalleled price-to-performance ratio.

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27 April 2016

Available through OEM Automatic, iMOT17 is Technosoft’s family of size 42mm (NEMA17) motors with integrated electronics, containing a brushless or stepper motor, encoder, servo drive and motion controller, all in one compact unit.

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25 February 2016

Together with partner, Schleich, Whitelegg Machines will present a comprehensive array of advanced motor testing and condition monitoring equipment. Spread across 6 workstations, visitors will have the opportunity to view hands-on demos of both off –line and on-line motor testing and analysis.

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19 October 2015

Berlin-based Menzel Elektromotorenhas have completed construction of a motor fitted into a special enclosure for a cement plant in Oman.

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FEATURES

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07 November 2023

GERARD BUSH explores the most important considerations in motor selection for battery-powered applications, illuminating the path to a more sustainable and competitive future.

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15 September 2023

WHEN ROYAL IHC, a leading Dutch supplier of vessels, equipment and services for the maritime industry, sought to decarbonise its range of Beaver cutter suction dredger (CSD) ships, it turned to motors and drives manufacturer, WEG.

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09 October 2023

Dave Walsha explores how remote controlled robots can help keep workers safe

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04 May 2023

ABB’s Rob Wood, Divisional Manager – Motors & Generators, takes a look at the upcoming changes to the Ecodesign regulations, and explains what they mean in practice for motor manufacturers, OEMs, and end users

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22 September 2022

KARL METCALFE, technical support at the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades, explains what to look for when commissioning a motor repair.

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12 April 2022

PORTESCAP, WHICH develops miniature motors for global OEMs, has enhanced its R&D capabilities by creating a new Engineering Lab

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01 July 2021

The insulation system of a motor prevents winding faults, but time, usage, moisture and other contaminants will inevitably cause insulation to deteriorate. Mark Convery explains how dielectric testing can detect potential threats to a motor’s insulation system

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09 January 2017

Modern electric motors may be more efficient and reliable than their ancestors, but they can still fail sometimes. Martin McGuffie, service manager of Euroserv, explains the three common causes of electric motor failure and how maintenance staff can reduce the impact equipment failure can have on business

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20 October 2015

The ErP Directive - the second stage of the EU motor efficiency regulations - took effect at the start of this year. Until now, industry has mainly focused on electric motors, but that no longer enough, says Eaton UK's Stuart Greenwood,

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14 October 2015

Production managers in the food and beverage industry face a number of headaches, yet with the right approach, electric motors can be part of the solution rather than part of the problem, as Dave Hawley, ABB, explains

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14 July 2015

Around the world, legislation relating to electric motor efficiency is tightening in an attempt to reduce carbon emissions and damage to the environment. However, far less attention is paid to some of the practicalities. Lucie Hodkova of Exico looks at how best to determine the efficiency of an installed motor.

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24 April 2015

Many plant engineers are confused about measurement of their motors’ efficiencies and some motor suppliers are making matters worse. Bill Bertram of Marathon Electric, says the problem began seven years ago and has a simple solution

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28 November 2014

As the development of more efficient electric motors continues to keep pace with upcoming regulations, it is important to ensure that all the components are engineered to the latest specifications, including the bearings. Tony Synnott, UK Engineering Manager for NSK Europe, explains how bearing design is affecting electric motor performance and reliability.

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21 October 2014

With the next phase of regulations coming into effect in January 2015, motors with a rated output of 7.5-375kW shall not be less efficient than the IE3 or will meet the IE2 efficiency and be equipped with a variable speed drive (VSD). With this in mind, fluid-flow application engineers are reviewing different technologies available to improve efficiencies further, says Siegfried Kreutzfeld, managing director at WEG Motors

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22 September 2014

The mains supply is coming under growing strain as industry regains momentum, so the chances of motor starting corrupting it are increasing. Various techniques for reduced voltage during starting are available and Jerry Hodek of motor maker Marathon Electric, explores which is best for different applications.

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08 May 2014

A tub of grease costs next to nothing, while a seized motor can bring a production line to a standstill, resulting in enormous accumulating losses. Magda Bartosova, technical advisor of Rotor UK, stresses the importance of remembering to lubricate electric motors

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28 April 2014

WEG chose the recent Drives & Controls exhibition to showcase the W40, W50 and W60 series, the latest additions to its portfolio of three-phase induction motors, as well as a permanent-magnet motor that is one of the first to qualify for the IE5 Ultra Premium Motor designation.

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31 October 2013

There are documented cases of motors that have given 20 or 30 years’ sterling service only to fail within hours of being fitted with a variable speed drive which was meant to save energy and protect the motor from high load on start-up. It’s a fairly unusual occurrence, but production engineers planning an upgrade to their facilities should be aware of the possibility. Here, Jerry Hodek, MD of Rotor (UK) explores the problem and looks at solutions and alternatives.

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11 June 2013

Don’t resign yourself to hefty bills when it comes to power consumption you can cut costs and boost efficiency in electric motors by looking at the bigger picture and taking a systems approach, says Phil Burge of SKF

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07 May 2013

With the continued rise of energy costs, electric motors are recognised as an important element for reducing electricity bills. But, according to Lenze, the electric motor itself is only part of the picture...

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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18 April 2017

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18 April 2017

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18 April 2017

Helping you meet your production needs Unlike conventional service and support offerings, FANUC works on the premise that because every customer’s needs are different

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18 April 2017

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08 February 2013

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18 April 2017

Short cycle times, consistent parts quality FANUC ROBOSHOT takes state-of-the-art CNC precision technology from turning and milling and applies it to electric injection moulding.

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18 April 2017

The all-round CNC milling machine The new generation ROBODRILL vertical machining centre promises unrivalled quality and precision at great hourly rates.

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23 July 2013

Fulling presents the new range of 3 phase stepper motors.

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18 April 2017

From the smallest to the strongest industrial robot in the world With more than 100 models, FANUC offers the widest range of industrial robots in the world.

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18 April 2017

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08 February 2013

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18 April 2017

Flexible CNC systems and solutions Boasting the widest range of CNC systems in the industry, FANUC provides everything you will ever need for your CNC.

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18 April 2017

Every part. When you need it. Where you need it. Outstanding quality and constant availability during the complete lifetime of your FANUC product make us a very reliable partner.

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