Toshiba: Efficiency, Quality, & Performance (EQP) – The EQP Global Close-Coupled Pump is Toshiba’s next generation NEMA Premium efficiency motor series

November 15, 2018

This cutting-edge motor product line is designed to meet or exceed the competitive demands of the global fluid handling industry, as well as the requirements of the Energy Independence & Security Act of 2007, while maintaining the high reliability and quality expected from Toshiba.

The EQP Global Close-Coupled Pump motor series is designed for close-coupled pumping applications. Building on over 20 years of success with our EQPIII motor series, the EQP Global Close-Coupled Pump motor features multiple new design enhancements that make it one of the lowest cost-of-ownership products in the industry.

Our EQP philosophy extends beyond great products. We provide solutions and Global Supply Chain Management Systems to meet the evolving needs of our global customers.

Features

• NEMA Premium® Efficiency (1 through 75 HP)

• Meets or Exceeds Energy Independence & Security Act of 2007

• Addresses Global Motor Specifications Including CE & NEMA

• Dual-Frequency 50/60 Hz Design (50/60 Hz Listed on Nameplate on 1 through 75 HP)

• Inverter-Duty Rated

• Multi-Mount on 140 through 365 Frames

• Cast Iron Conduit Box

For more information, visit https://www.toshiba.com/tic/datafiles/brochures/EQP_Global_SD_Brochure.pdf.

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