Standard gearmotors are designed to operate over a wide range of conditions producing a range of output speed and torque. However, there are special motor designs aimed at specific applications, such as washdown motors used in food and beverage processing or explosion-proof motors used in hazardous locations. Inverter-duty gearmotors are a bit like … [Read More...]
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