Teco Westinghouse: Stainless Steel Washdown

January 19, 2021

Stainless Steel Washdown motors are specifically designed for the rugged and demanding environments required for Car Wash, Food Processing, and other Washdown applications.

Features

  •    –   1/2-10HP
  •    –   Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled IP66 Design
  •    –   60Hz, 230/460V or 575V
  •    –   Horizontal F1 Mount
  •    –   3600 & 1800 RPM
  •    –   NEMA Premium Efficiency
  •    –   1.15 S.F.
  •    –   Class B Temperature Rise
  •    –   Continuous Duty
  •    –   40°C Ambient
  •    –   Class F Insulation
  •    –   NEMA Design B Torques
  •    –   Stainless Steel Frame, End Brackets and Hardware
  •    –   Grounding Terminal Inside Main Conduit Box
  •    –   Stainless Steel Oversized Main Conduit Box – F3 Mounted (IM1001)
  •    –   Designed for 3300 ft. Elevation
  •    –   Bi-Directional Rotation
  •    –   SUS304 Stainless Steel Shaft
  •    –   Double Shielded Bearings Pre-Packed with MULTEMP SRL
  •    –   Contact Lip Type Seal on Both Ends
  •    –   Etched Nameplate on the Stainless Steel Frame
  •    –   New Dual Column Design Nameplate as Standard (60/50 Hz)
  •    –   Aluminum Die Cast Squirrel Cage Rotor Construction
  •    –   Suitable for Inverter Use per NEMA MG-1.4.4.2, Part 31
  •    –   Inverter Duty Speed Range: 10:1 Variable Torque, 4:1 Constant Torque
  •    –   9 Leads
  •    –   Two Drain Holes on Bottom of Frame and one in the C-Flange
  •    –   Motors are U.L. Recognized, CSA Approved and CE Marked
  •    –   Department of Energy Efficiency Certificate # CC082A
  •    –   Encapsulated Windings as Option

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