Severe-Duty Motor

Oct. 26, 2006
Severe-duty motors are designed for applications that demand corrosion protection for long life.

Features of the motor include full cast-iron construction, twopart epoxy paint, Inpro shaft seal on output shaft and Forsheda seal on nondrive end, internal corrosion protection, regreasable bearings, 250 frame and above; stainless-steel nameplate, dual-voltage design, normally closed thermostats, and corrosion-resistant hardware. The motors meet IP55 enclosure protection guidelines.

Leeson Electric Corp., Box 241, 2100 Washington St., Grafton, WI 53024, (262) 377-8810,

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