Direct drive motor series with electromagnetic technology

Electric Torque Machines' (ETM) M-Series direct drive motors is designed to reduce energy costs and uses electromagnetic motor technology for increased efficiency and are designed for conveyors, fans, pumps, packaging equipment, and other related applications.

07/10/2016


Electric Torque Machines' (ETM) M-Series direct drive motors is designed to reduce energy costs and uses electromagnetic motor technology for increased efficiency and are designed for conveyors, fans, pumps, packaging equipment, and other related applicatElectric Torque Machines' (ETM) M-Series direct drive motors is designed to reduce energy costs by 60 to 80% and does not have a gearbox. ETM motors use electromagnetic motor technology for increased efficiency and are designed for conveyors, fans, pumps, packaging equipment, and other related applications. In addition to energy savings, eliminating the gearbox reduces overall motor and drive system costs as well as other related costs such as maintenance, inventory and spare parts supply. These motors are available with adjustable speed ranges from 0 to 1800 RPM and 0.71 to 2.2 HP ratings. In addition to their standard enclosure, they are available for washdown applications with food grade bearing lubricant, smooth, fin-less IP67 enclosures and white epoxy paint. 

Electric Torque Machines (ETM)

www.etmpower.com 

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