As such you will find it is designed and constructed according to heavy duty specifications.
What you may not know are the many other criteria for selecting a motor that will perform well over a long life. Selecting the wrong motor can mean downtime at the worst possible time. Here are ten tips to help you do the job right.
Get the big picture. Match the motor to its environment: Mark Lamendola Sep 01, You know how to match your motor to your supply voltage. Consider physical mounting, the diameter and length of the output shaft, and the amount of tolerable noise.
You may want to consider such a motor for dusty environments, as well. The Photo shows a motor that runs a pump. Notice the dust on the piping and vents.
At the very least, this motor should have a filtration system to prevent the dirt from getting into its vents. One plant uses white, half-in. Go for a drive. Can your motor run at the reduced speeds a variable speed drive requires?
Ask the manufacturer to help match your motor and drive. You can often do this with a trip to their Web site see www.
Select the proper motor and drive combination, and you will have excellent reliability, economy, and performance. Answer the call of duty. The features that make a motor efficient reduce its ability to handle the heat of frequent starts. Selecting the right motor design and size for the duty cycle allows you to balance operating economics against maintenance economics.
The duty cycle may require you to go with a higher temperature rating. If a load has a high inertia hard to moveyou place a high demand on your motor to accelerate it. Fans, blowers, pumps, and mixers are examples of high inertia loads.
How do you match motor and load-inertia? Your motor vendor has rules of thumb to help you select the motor size. Observe and record the acceleration time for the motor to reach full speed during an across the line start.
Observe the inrush current; it should plummet just seconds after the motor starts to turn. This means you need a bigger motor for that load. If you have to restart the motor to "get the load going," your motor is undersized. Maybe you have a problem with the load itself.Metallurgical ContentBall Mill Maintenance ManualOn Mill Installation and MaintenanceBall Mill Concrete FoundationsGrinding Mill FOUNDATIONGROUTINGBall Mill Sole Plate Am sure your Ball Mill is considered the finest possible grinding mill available.
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Select the proper motor and drive combination, and you will have excellent reliability, economy, and performance. Conveyor Chain Selection Minimize the number of different chain sizes in use This will assist in maintaining a smaller less costly inventory of replacement chain, rivets and links.