Three-Phase JP Close-Coupled Pump Motor

Three-Phase JP Close-Coupled Pump Motor


HP: 1HP-15HP

Pole: 2P, 4P

Frame: 140JP, 180JP, 210JP

Rolled steel

NEMA design: B

Service factor: 1.15

Insulation Class: F ( UL approved )

Enclosure: ODP

IP Class: IP23

CSA&CUS certified

EPACT (CC) & EEV certified

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Company Advantage

1. Cixi Waylead Electric Motor Manufacturing Co.,Ltd is located in Cixi City, Zhejiang Province, China, close to the famous international ports Shanghai and Ningbo. The economic and technical conditions are superior, and the transportation is convenient.

2. Cixi Waylead is a professional Three-Phase JP Close-Coupled Pump Motor Suppliers and Three-Phase JP Close-Coupled Pump Motor company with rich industry experience. We can make "tailor-made" Three-Phase JP Close-Coupled Pump Motor according to the requirements of different customers. All our motors are exported to the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, etc. Motors are widely used in woodworking, air compressors, blowers, fans, water pumps, hydraulic pumps, etc.

3. All our oem Three-Phase JP Close-Coupled Pump Motor and commercial processors have passed CSA & CUS certification, and some motors also have UL certification. The three-phase high-efficiency super-efficiency motor has passed the certification of Canada and the United States Department of Energy in 2007 and 2010.

4. On-site quality and production are managed by "6S". Implement ISO9001 international quality management system standards. Waylead has won the favor of many well-known international buyers with its excellent quality, reasonable price, punctual delivery and good service. Waylead looks forward to working with you in the near future!


Industry Knowledge Extension

THREE-PHASE JM CLOSE-COUPLED PUMP MOTOR What electrical protection measures are there to avoid motor damage or fire?

THREE-PHASE JM CLOSE-COUPLED PUMP MOTOR adopts a variety of electrical protection measures to avoid motor damage or fire. These measures are designed to ensure that the motor can operate safely or shut down in time in the event of electrical faults or abnormal conditions, thereby protecting the motor and related equipment from damage and preventing the occurrence of dangerous situations such as fire. The following are the main electrical protection measures used in motors:
Overload protection:
The motor has a built-in overload protection device that is triggered when the load on the motor exceeds its rating. This is usually achieved by detecting whether the motor current exceeds a set value. Once an overload condition is detected, the protection device cuts off power or reduces motor output to prevent motor overheating, winding burnout, or other damage.
Short circuit protection:
The motor circuit is equipped with a short-circuit protection device to detect and respond to short-circuit faults. A short circuit may cause the current to rise rapidly, causing motor damage or fire. The short-circuit protection device can quickly cut off the fault circuit and prevent excessive current from causing damage to the motor and other equipment.
Undervoltage and overvoltage protection:
The motor has undervoltage and overvoltage protection functions. These protection devices activate when the supply voltage is below or above the rated voltage range of the motor. Undervoltage may cause the motor to operate erratically or fail to start, while overvoltage may cause damage to the motor insulation. These protection devices can protect the motor from damage by detecting the power supply voltage and cutting off the power supply or adjusting the motor working status when the voltage is abnormal.
Overcurrent protection:
The motor also has an overcurrent protection function, which is used to detect whether the motor current exceeds the normal operating range. Overcurrent may be caused by internal faults in the motor, abnormal load, or power supply problems. Once an overcurrent condition is detected, the protection device will quickly cut off the power supply to prevent damage to the motor or cause a fire.
It should be noted that specific electrical protection measures may vary depending on the motor model, manufacturer and application scenario.