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111955.00 Global Industrial Leeson Electric Not Provided Leeson Motors 111955.00, Single Phase Fan & Blower Motor 1/.44hp, 1725/1140rpm, 56h, Dp, 60hz
M900197.00 Global Industrial Leeson Electric Not Provided Leeson Motors M900197.00, Single Phase Fan & Blower Motor .50hp, 1725rpm, 48, Dp, 60hz, Cont, Auto

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  • Integral Motors for Centrifugal Fans
    The most common power source for fans is the electric motor. A motor's service life is largely dependent upon proper selection and installation. Since the motor and its control circuitry represent a substantial portion of the cost of many fan systems, they deserve careful consideration. This Letter
  • Adhesives hold electric motors together
    Edited by Lawrence Kren & Victoria Reitz Electric motors are smaller, faster, more powerful, and more prevalent on automobiles than ever before. This is forcing motor designers to find new ways to shave cost in production and assembly. One area getting more attention these days is fasteners. Choose
  • Understanding Electronic Motor Drives
    magnitude voltage pulses. All PWM drives contain an input converter, dc bus, and output inverter. For simplicity, only one phase of input and output are shown for a 3-phase drive. Selecting the right drive is essential to getting the best performance and efficiency from an electric motor. A motor
  • Switches put a new spin on motors
    Recent advances in motor technology can be found in areas such as automation, power/driver integration, and rare-earth magnets. The DynaMotor can run up to 20,000 rpm making it suitable for high-speed fans, furnace blowers, aircraft accessories, and electric-vehicle propulsion. In recent years
  • Mining Review Africa - Issue 4 2003
    mover for driving equipment such as crushers, conveyors, fans, mills and pumps. WEG motors supplied by Zest Electric Motors have featured very prominently on virtually all of the major mining projects undertaken in West Africa
  • Medical Device Link .
    A line of all-stainless-steel motors, servomotors, and speed reducers is available from a US manufacturer of energy-saving industrial electric motors, drives, and generators. Stainless Super-E (SSE) motors from Baldor Electric Co. (Fort Smith, AR, USA) come in versions from 1/2 to 2 hp at this time
  • Neo magnets boost fuel economy
    armature current is reduced and the efficiency is increased for any given output torque by using Neo magnets. As of last year, the average car employed about twodozen electric motors, actuators, and sensors containing permanent magnets. This number is expected to increase to well over 30 by 2005
  • Into the Mix: Centralized Lubrication Technology
    harsh operating conditions, industrial plants face their fair share of lubrication challenges. There is no shortage in the number and types of lubrication applications in a plant (conveyor bearings, chain drives, gears, gearboxes, un-mounted bearings, electric motors, air compressors, fans
  • Rotary Cup Atomizers
    Rotary-cup atomizers are driven at high speeds (about 500 rpm) by an electric motor and heavy-duty belt drive. Fuel oil flows at low pressure into a conical spinning cup, where the fuel is distributed uniformly on the inner surface and thrown off the cup rim as a very fine oil-film. A fan
  • U.S. Patents | 2004 | A B T |
    (20041005), Electrode for electric double-layer capacitor, and slurry for forming the same, Minoru Noguchi, Manabu Iwaida, Naohiko Oki, Eisuke Komazawa, Takahiro Takeshita, and Kenichi Murakami, Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (JP). U.S. 6,800,258 (20041005), Apparatus for producing hydrogen

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