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Vacuum Motors

Vacuum Motors

Commonly used in commercial canister vacuums and material handling and central vacuuming systems, these vacuum motors move clean, dry air to help provide powerful suction.

Peripheral Bypass Motor

Equipped with a cooling fan on top of the motor, peripheral bypass motors blow clean air over the motor and exhausts it through vents on the side of the motor.

5.7 in Body Dia — 120V AC

Thermal Protection: None

5.7 in Body Dia — 240V AC

Thermal Protection: None

5.7 in Body Dia — 24V DC

Thermal Protection: None

5.7 in Body Dia — 36V DC

Thermal Protection: None

7.2 in Body Dia — 120V AC

Thermal Protection: None

7.2 in Body Dia — 240V AC

Thermal Protection: None

7.5 in Body Dia — 120V AC

Thermal Protection: None

7.5 in Body Dia — 240V AC

Thermal Protection: None

Tangential Bypass Motor

Tangential bypass motors combine a dedicated cooling fan and exhaust removal system, ensuring that heated, dirty air is moved away from the motor. The most commonly used vacuum motor, they typically have a longer life span than other vacuum motors.

5.7 in Body Dia

Thermal Protection: None

7.2 in Body Dia

Thermal Protection: None

7.5 in Body Dia

Thermal Protection: None

8.4 in Body Dia

Thermal Protection: Manual Reset

Thermal Protection: None

Flow-Thru Motor

Quieter than other vacuum motors, these flow-thru motors move air over the motor to dissipate heat instead of using a cooling fan. Use these vacuum motors in environments with dry, clean air.

5.7 in Body Dia

Thermal Protection: Automatic Reset

Thermal Protection: None