Motor parts and motor accessories.
AC motor starters are used to turn-on and turn-off electric motors and motor-controlled equipment. They use solid-state or electromechanical technologies, and are designed for single-phase or three-phase motors.
Commutators are rotary electrical switches that are used to reverse the direction of a current between a rotor and an external circuit.
DC motor starters combine a controller (most often a contactor) with overload protection, allowing a motor or motor-controlled equipment to be turned on and off.
Gearboxes and gearheads, also called gear reducers or speed reducers, are power transmission devices that use a gear arrangement in an enclosed housing to transfer energy, increase torque and reduce speed from one device to another. Gearboxes may also be referred to as gear reducers or speed reducers.
Motor bases are mounts for electric motors. They often include several bolt patterns for various sized motors and a belt tensioning mechanism. Most are designed to fit NEMA motor sizes.
Motor coils are used with motors, generators, stators, and armatures.
Motor contactors are relays with large current capacity for connecting and disconnecting a motor from the power supply. Typically, motor contractors are multi-pole for control of all current carrying conductors.
Motor Flange Adapters are used on motors and gearheads to convert standardized flange sizes from one size to another.
Motor starters and contactors are motor-starting devices. They combine a contactor with overload protection and are designed for starting AC or DC motors.
Power take-offs (PTOs) are extensions of a vehicle's drive train that can be engaged to power auxiliary equipment such as plows, augers, winches, and many other material handling, construction, and agricultural implements.