The use of inverters (variable frequency drives) in water/waster pumping applications has increased dramatically over the past few years in the quest for energy savings, process optimization and improved system reliability.
Nidec has always, and will continue to, engineer inverter duty motors to meet individual customer specifications, but its new offerings will provide smaller municipalities and industrial customers the ability to purchase off-the-shelf product that meets their needs.
These vertical HOLLOSHAFT® high thrust motors for use on turbine, mix flow and propeller pumps range from 5 HP to 300 HP, and are suitable for variable frequency drive (VFD) operation per NEMA standards.
The HOLLOSHAFT® motor was developed to meet the specific needs of the vertical turbine pump industry. The pump shaft is extended through the hollow shaft, so adjustments required to lift impellers and give a running clearance with the pump casing, can be made by a nut threaded on the shaft at the accessible top portion of the motor.
For additional information about these new stocked offerings and other products, contact your Nidec Motor Corporation representative or visit http://www.usmotors.com/
About Nidec Motor Corporation
NMC is a leading manufacturer of commercial, industrial, and appliance motors and controls. The NMC product line features a full line of high efficiency motors, large and small, which serve industrial, residential, and commercial markets in applications ranging from agriculture, water treatment, mining, oil and gas, and power generation to pool and spa motors, air conditioning condensers, rooftop cooling towers, and commercial refrigeration. It also makes motors, controls, and switches for automotive and commercial markets. For more information, visit http://www.nidec-motor.com/
Nidec is a global corporation comprised of over 300 group companies with highly reputed engineering capabilities in motor-related fields. Nidec Group specializes and handles motor application products based on “everything that spins and moves,” from small precision to supersized motors and drives.