Severe-Duty Motor

July 27, 2006
The severe-duty line of motors targets chemical plants, foundries, pulp and paper mills, refineries, and other applications with severe-duty environments.

The dual-voltage motors meet IP55 enclosure protection with a 1.15 service factor. The full cast-iron construction is coated with two-part epoxy paint and uses Inpro shaft seals on the output shaft and Forsheda seals on the nondrive end. The motor is UL and CSA recognized.

Leeson Electric Corp., Box 241, Grafton, WI 53024,
(262) 377-8810, leeson.com

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