3 Phase Motors
3 phase motors are commonly used by electric power distribution grids to distribute power.
Driven by an alternating current, an AC motor is an electric motor comprised of two main parts.
Aerospace motors are rugged, long-lasting, high-performance motors used for a variety of applications, including: targeting systems, ground vehicles, satellites, etc.
Air Compressor Motors
Air compressors are used to convert power into kinetic energy by pressurizing/compressing air, so that the air can be strategically released in quick bursts.
Brake motors are commonly designed to be mounted on a motor shaft between motor and reducer to automatically engage when electric current is turned off or lost.
A type of synchronous electric motor, a brushless DC motor is powered by direct-current electricity.
Continuous Duty Motors
Continuous duty motors are designed for uninterrupted service for long periods of time.
Popular types of DC motors are the brushed and brushless types which create an oscillating AC current from a DC source.
Electric motors turn electrical energy into mechanical energy, by using magnetic fields and current-carrying conductors.
Electric Vehicle Motors
Electric Vehicle Motors are specially designed for use in electrically powered automobiles, forklifts, etc.
Explosion Proof Motors
Explosion-proof motors are designed for a use in applications where hazardous fumes or dust may be present to prevent damage to equipment.
Motors with a rated output power of 746 watts or less built for copmression-related applications.
Defined as a motor and speed reducer combination , a gear motor provides high torque at a low shaft speed.
Hazardous Location Motors
Designed for use in applications where they may exposed to conditions such as explosive gases, vapors or liquids such as gasoline as well as explosive or ignitable dusts.
High Speed Motors
Motors that operate at a higher than average RPM and can maintain high speeds over prolonged periods of operation.
High Torque Motors
High torque motors feature high torque at stall and can have high dynamic stiffness depending on the model.
Hysteresis motors are used in applications requiring exact speed and rotation with a very small amount of fast variations in speed.
Used to convert hydraulic pressure and flow into torque and angular rotation. Interchangeable with hydraulic pumps.
Induction motors are alternating current motors that use power supplied to the rotor via electromagnetic induction.
Low Voltage Motors (Premium Efficiency)
Premium efficiency, low voltage motors for many applications, including general purpose, severe duty/chemical processing, and hazardous duty.
A linear motor (linear induction motor) is an AC electric motor with an unrolled stator so to produce a linear force along its length.
Medium Voltage Motors
Medium voltage motors are available in nearly any motor type and configuration.
Metric (IEC) Motors
Metric motors are motors designed in metric sizes rather than imperial measurements.
OEM motors are designed to match or replace existing motors or components from a specified manufacturer.
Pancakes are a type of electric motor that feature a flat commutator and vertical shaft. These motors are popular in model cars.
Permanent Magnet Motors
Permanent magnets are used to provide the magnetic field for synchronous machines.
Permanent Split Capacitor (PSC) Motors
Permanent split capacitor motors are often used in applications such as fans, air handlers, blowers and other variable speed applications.
Piezoelectric motors produce acoustic or ultrasonic vibrations in order to produce a linear or rotary motion, similar to the way a caterpillar moves.
Pneumatic (Air) Motors
Type of motor that does mechanical work by expanding compressed air to produce linear motion.
Reversible motors are motors that can operate in two directions such as garage door motors and gate motors.
Classified as a small, brushless motor, servo motors feature a built-in speed control device.
Small motors can be used in a wide range of applications, including: household electronic appliances, handheld devices, motorized toys, small track drives, etc.
A brushless, synchronous motor that is controlled by coils and utilized for a variety of applications.
A motor whose housing and terminal box is designed so that the motor can run while submerged. Typically used for water well and other deep hole applications.
Powered by rotor spun coils passing magnets at the same rate as the AC current causing a magnetic field that provides drive.
Many types of motors can be made in universal configurations to provide flexibility to work in any environment.
Variable Speed Motors
Variable speed motors are usually three-phase induction motors that are used in variable frequency drives.
Vertical motors typically feature footless P-based mounts, and they are commonly used in pump-driving applications.
Vibration motors most commonly work on the principle of gyratory motion with applications from sifting and sorting to small scale applications such as cellular telephones.
Motion controllers are used to govern the manner in which an electric motor operates. Motor controllers may be automatic or manual.
Motor starters are devices used to start up electric motors and help reduce mechanical stress on the motor and shaft.