Designed to be used with variable frequency drives, vector motors can power machinery at a wide range of speeds while maintaining torque. They are typically used with encoders and brakes for precise control of speed and positioning. Common applications include replacing existing motors with the same specifications in cranes, conveyors, hoists, machine tools, and material handling equipment.
Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC)
TEFC motors have an external fan mounted to the housing to move air over the motor, helping to prevent overheating when there is inadequate airflow. The totally enclosed housing helps keep debris and moisture from getting inside the motor in damp, dirty, and dusty environments.
Three Phase Motors
C-Face Rigid Mounting
Totally Enclosed Non-Ventilated (TENV)
Typically more compact than fan-cooled motors, TENV motors don't rely on an external fan or open vents for cooling and are instead cooled by air circulated by the motor. They are totally enclosed, which helps keep debris and moisture from getting inside the motor in damp, dirty, and dusty environments.