ABB Adds a New Line of NEMA Motors

June 1, 2023

ABB adds a new line of NEMA motors

ABB acquires Siemens’ line of NEMA motors on May 2023. This line of NEMA motors is now “ABB NEMA low voltage motors”. From GP motors (general purpose) to SD (severe duty), and XP (explosion proof) to DP (definite purpose) – this is complete line of low voltage NEMA motors ranging from 1 – 800Hp with NEMA frame sizes 140T – 5013.

ABB welcomes their new employees and customers to the ABB team.

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