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Induction motors develop max hp at the set RPM and current setting according to the windings in the motor. The use of flywheels in the system help the motor to hold steady rpm when a sudden load is applied as the stored energy in the spinning flywheel overcomes the sudden draw of power and stops the loss of rpm's . If you want more HP get a bigger motor.. ( HP is now an irrelevant term as it not an accurate to describe the motor's capacity . The definition is now torque or the ability to turn a shaft That is why older motors were bigger and used more current than the smaller motors that produce more torque for less current
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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