|Voltage Range:||Low Voltage||High Voltage|
|Rotor Design:||Squirrel-Cage Rotor||Slip-Ring Rotor|
|Cooling Technique:||Air Cooling||Water Cooling|
Low Voltage Asynchronous Motors
Low voltage asynchronous motors are operated with a voltage of up to 1 kV. ELIN Motors supply various winding systems for these voltage ranges such as round wire winding or preformed coil winding. Also unique windings for special voltage can be achieved. Automated manufacturing steps and methods allow highly efficient and shortest possible production runs. Perfectly coordinated materials and impregnation techniques ensure maximum service life and reliability. If rendered necessary for special frequency converter applications, according materials and manufacturing processes are implemented.
Cooling Systems Of Electric Motors
In general, primary coolants for asynchronous motors are air and water. Only the machine’s cooling system ensures the operating point in the required heating phase. Within the defined heating phases, one and the same active part (stator + rotor body) can release more power on the shaft if cooled via air-water heat exchanger than via air-air heat exchanger.
In the following you can find an example of the applied cooling systems:
|IC411||Surface Cooling (heat derivation via fins and ribs on casing) – airflow is provided by a fan on second shaft end.|
|IC81W||Air-Water Heat Exchanger|
|IC511||Recooling via air-air heat exchanger (pipe machine)|
|IC611||Recooling via air-air heat exchanger (external-fitting)|
|IC01||Open Construction: cooling via ambient air|
Hybrid cooling techniques as customized solutions are realized by ELIN Motoren just as well as submerged propulsions up to an immersion depth of 100 metres.