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Alternating current engines

Alternating current engines work based on the principle of the rotating magnetic field. They are divided into two types: synchronous and asynchronous engines (with induction), or single phase and three phase engines. In industrial applications, three phase motors are most commonly used because of their efficiency and synchronous motors are used in some special applications that require a rigorous constant speed or adjustment of the power coefficient

       

       

Description:


Alternating current engines work based on the principle of the rotating magnetic field. They are divided into two types: synchronous and asynchronous engines (with induction), or single phase and three phase engines. In industrial applications, three phase motors are most commonly used because of their efficiency and synchronous motors are used in some special applications that require a rigorous constant speed or adjustment of the power coefficient.

Types of alternating current engines:

  • General purpose electric engines
  • Explosion proof electric engines
  • Electric engines for lifting systems etc

Specifications:

  • Self-regulating its speed depending on the torque required by the driven equipment
  • Insulation class: F
  • Protection: IP 55
  • Cooling: IC0141

Applications:

  • In potentially explosive environments

Strengths:

  • Robust, reliable and efficient
  • Provides high efficiency drive continuous duty
  • No need adjustments of the engine's speed

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