BALDOR EXPANDS SUPER-E● MOTOR LINE
Baldor Electric Company, Fort Smith, Arkansas based manufacturer of energy saving industrial electric motors and drives, has recently added additional designs to its Baldor●Reliance Super-Eâ line of premium efficient motors.
Originally introduced in 1983, Baldor’s Super-E motors have consistently delivered some of the motor industry’s highest efficiencies and energy savings. Now, with the latest additions Baldor●Reliance Super-E motors will be available in almost any configuration for specific applications. In addition, Super-E efficiencies meet or exceed NEMA Premium® efficiencies followed by most electric utilities and meet or exceed levels required by the Energy Independence and Security Act which will go into effect in December of this year.
New Baldor●Reliance Super-E motors include 26 premium efficient ratings designed for the Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning industry, over 50 washdown, paint free and all stainless premium efficient ratings, and over 70 premium efficient unit handling ratings. Baldor is also adding 450 additional new Super-E designs across many AC motor families to solidify its commitment to offering the broadest line of NEMA Premium® motors available in the industry.
Baldor●Reliance Super-E premium efficient motors carry a full, three-year warranty. General-purpose ratings are available from stock from 1 to 450 horsepower. Baldor also stocks Super-E severe duty motors up to 700 horsepower in low and medium voltages, C-Face to 100 horsepower, explosion-proof through 200 horsepower, and close-coupled pump ratings up to 50 horsepower. The wide range of stock Super-E designs includes washdown duty, IEEE 841 severe duty, 200 & 575 volt, brake motors and open drip proof through 450 horsepower. In addition, Baldor●Reliance premium efficiency custom motors are available through 15,000 horsepower.
For more information on these or other Baldor products visit www.baldor.com.
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