Baldor Makes ABB IEC Motors Available

June 9, 2015
Baldor Electric Company now offers customers in North America a complete line of ABB low voltage IEC electric motors.

Baldor offers ABB IEC motors.

Baldor Electric Company offers customers in North America a complete line of ABB low voltage IEC electric motors including motors for safe area operation and for hazardous area operation. Process performance (safe area) and hazardous area motors are available from stock or modified through Baldor’s Mod-Express program to suit specific application requirements.

Process performance motors are available in aluminum or cast iron in frame sizes of 63 to 280 ranging from .16 – 125 HP. ABB flameproof and non-sparking motors meet requirements where hazardous gases may be present. Both platforms are certified for ATEX and IECEx as standard in a cast iron frame with extra ingress protection (IP55) for increased safety. ABB flameproof motors are available in ratings of .75 – 60 HP. Flameproof motors are designed for Zone 1 locations where incidental explosive atmospheres may be present during normal duty. ABB non-sparking motors are also available in ratings of .75 – 125 HP. The motors are designed for Zone 2 locations, where presence of explosive atmospheres is present only by accident.

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