Industrial drives systems
Direct current motors are used in plants where protection classes IP 21 to IP 23 are sufficient. The cooling air is fed through the motor by radial forced ventilation in order to transport the dissipated heat from the interior of the motor to the outside. Cooling capacity is independent of the motor speed. With a good overall efficiency, the energy produced during operation of the test rig can be fed back very cost-effectively into the generating grid.
Direct current motors with protection class ratings from IP 44 to IP 55 are especially suited for use in damp, extremely dirty or aggressive environments where a high level of protection is necessary. Cooling can take place according to engine speed by means of self-cooling on the surface or independently of engine speed by a forced ventilation fan.
- Turret trucks
- Coating machines
- Crane drives
- Transmission/engine test rigs in the automotive industry (load-testing motors)
- Transmission/engine test rigs (load generators)
- Fluid flow test rigs in the field of inspection and research
- Braking motors
- Geared motors
- Standby drives
- Traversing devices with a high protection class
With a good overall efficiency, the energy produced during operation of the test rig can be fed back very cost-effectively into the generating grid.
Depending on the specific use, the drives can be equipped with brake, engine speed sensor or gearbox as well as various monitoring devices.
Outside installation is also possible on special request.