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How Does ABB Test Electric Motors?

February 2, 2023

How does ABB test electric motors?

Electric motors keep the world turning. And today’s highly efficient motors save energy and cut emissions. Efficiency is so important that we fully test our new motors to ensure they meet the efficiency targets. ABB Low voltage motors Tested. Proven. Efficient.

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