SAMINCO SUPPLIES AC VFD BATTERY SYSTEM TO TIANDI, CHINA
Research and Development - Design Capabilities
Saminco Testing Battery/AC VFD System for Battery Haulers
Testing will be complete soon on the new Battery/AC Variable Frequency Drive system for Battery Haulers. Available at 128V or 240V, this system is a retrofit installation sized for existing xp boxes with dual voltage motors (128V or 240V) which will mount within existing framework, using existing gear reducers and planetary wheels. More information
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Medium Voltage Motors
Up to 15,000kW / Up to 13.2 kV (50/60Hz)
TEFC, TEAAC,TEAO, ODP, WPI, WPII
AVAILABLE IN A VARIETY OF SETTINGS
TOTALLY ENCLOSED FAN COOLED
A cast iron, finned housing in this design cools by conduction of the internal heat to the external fins. It uses an external shaft-mounted cooling fan, which blows ambient air over the motor surface.
OPEN DRIP PROOF
Suitable for most indoor installations, these motors are best suited for clean and dry industrial environments.
This enclosure is a specially designed TEFC motor, constructed to withstand an internal explosion of a specified gas, vapor or material.
TOTALLY ENCLOSED PIPE COOLED
Motors with this type of enclosure are designed so that air circulating through the motor is provided by means external to the motor.
This design uses water as the cooling medium. Water flows through a Water-toAir heat exchanger, effectively cooling the air passing over its surface. This construction provides a design that is much quieter than totally enclosed air-to-air cooled motor.
WEATHER PROTECTED TYPE I and WEATHER PROTECTED TYPE II
Rather than taking the air directly inside the motor's housing, the WPII design uses a top bonnet air duct. This top bonnet routes the air through three 90 degree turns, and through a low velocity chamber as pre-scribed by NEMA.