Question about Air Tools & Compressors
In the US, the motor industry has worked on a standardized basis for labeling the potential performance/ characteristics of a motor. I have noticed at our repair business that Imported motors, depending on country of origin, have many different designations. For example, the stock number that you list includes a (fr:) reference. In the US, this would be listed as (FR frame, or frame type) which refers to various external components of the motor relating to mounting etc.. Code could/usually refers to insulation class of windings relating to highest temperature the motor can endure. Codes for temp are (B,F,H) and others. (Types) of motors usually indicate/ relate to torque-speed curves, rpm, capacitor start, capacitor start and capacitor run etc. Unfortunately I could not find reference to your motor, however, you can probably guess at the capacity of your motor by the application. ex. motor to turn a large fan vs a motor with high start torque requirements for air compressor (inforation needed if you were going to replace a burned motor). More information can be found by reading about "NEMA and IEC standards for motors" Good luck.
Standard for Motors
torque-speed curves for motors with NEMA Design A, B, C, and D characteristics.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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