Spartan Controls becomes exclusive representative of Hyundai Electric motors in Western Canada

May 16, 2019

Spartan Controls Ltd. and Hyundai Electric & Energy Systems Co., Ltd. are pleased to announce Spartan Controls is now the exclusive representative for Hyundai Electric motors in Western Canada.

“We are very excited to be representing Hyundai electric motors in Western Canada,” says Grant Wilde, President and CEO of Spartan Controls. “As our Customers look for new and innovative approaches to enhancing energy and production efficiency, adding electric motors to our portfolio will ensure Spartan continues to provide best in class process electrification technologies and solutions.”

Hyundai manufactures a wide range of industrial motors, providing Customers with the best motor for their environment and operating conditions. Hyundai’s electric motors comply with international standards such as CSA, UL, IEEE, IEC, API and NEMA, and are manufactured using state of the art design technology and rigorous production quality control. The result is exceptional performance across process industries such as oil and gas, chemical/petrochemical, mining, pulp and paper, power generation, water/wastewater and manufacturing.

“We are very pleased to be working with Spartan Controls,” says Danny Choi, VP Sales, Rotating Machinery, Hyundai Electric. “Our partnership with Spartan enables industrial Customers in Western Canada to maximize the value of their electrically driven equipment.”

Additions to Spartan’s portfolio include:

  • Low Voltage AC Motors: Hyundai uses Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computer Aided Design (CAD) methods to develop and produce the most innovative motors at state of the art and fully automated manufacturing facilities. Hyundai’s designs greatly improve motor performance by maximizing heat dissipation. The use of advanced technology to design and manufacture electric motors results in a top-quality motor with superior performance characteristics.
  • Medium and High Voltage AC Motors: Hyundai offers a wide range of medium and high voltage motors that are designed for a high level of efficiency, low vibration, low noise and simple installation. Hyundai’s motors comply to the latest API 541 and 547 standards.

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