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New Industrial Products

Synchronous Motors

Solid shaft, hollow shaft, or integral thrust bearing

Posted on December 21, 2010 - ( views)

by Web Editor

In addition to the solid shaft model, the new generation of DST high-torque motors in sizes 135 to 400 from Baumüller is now also available with a hollow shaft or with an integral thrust bearing across the range. Integral trust bearing option withstands compressive forces up to 800 kN. Other components such as a ball bearing spindle can be contained inside the hollow shaft. Furthermore, the cooling water for a shaft or other media can be routed through. The multi-pole, permanently excited synchronous motors have a torque range of up to 32,000 Nm. They are suitable for applications which require high torques at low speeds. Protected to IP54 the motors feature a high overload capacity within a certain tolerance range. In addition, they have high rotational accuracy, while their compact design makes them ideal for incorporation in existing machine designs and for series installation in close proximity.

 

Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz


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