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Company Name: General Electric

Company URL: http://www.gepowerconversion.com/

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General Electric (GE) has been manufacturing motors and generators for over 125 years. They developed some of the first commercial and industrial electrical  applications. GE's power solutions are known worldwide and they continue to offer innovative and creative results for the 21st century.

 

General Electric is an American multi-national conglomerate incorporated in New York and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. In 2017, GE was ranked by Fortune 500 as the 13th largest firm in the U.S. by gross revenue. Revenue in 2017 was $122.09 billion. As of 2016, the number of people employed by GE was 295,000.

 

During the 1880s Thomas Edison started his electric company and the Edison General Electric Company was incorporated in April 1889. The General Electric Company was formed when it was merged with the Thomson-Houston Electric Company of Lynn, Massachusetts in 1892.

 

As of 2018 General Electric operates the following segments: aviation, healthcare, power, renewable energy, digital, additive manufacturing, venture capital and finance, lighting, transportation, oil and gas. The company's motors and generators continue to offer power solutions around the world every day.

 

Every machine is tested in their state-of-the-art facilities globally. Everything is made to exacting standards and GE is one of the few companies where full load testing is available.

 

Some of the industrial electric motors manufactured by GE include:

 

Small AC Motors

 

NEMA Premium Efficient X$D Ultra – this family of products ranges from 1-350 HP. All motors are built to exacting standards to give you the best return on investment. X$D motors are completely cast iron, and carry the Six Star Bearing System™ which ensures a long bearing life. The X$D system also incorporates the GEGARD™ insulation system which makes it possible to withstand repeated 0.1 microsecond rise time/2000 volt spikes for 460 and 575 line voltages.

 

Industries where you find NEMA Premium Efficient X$D Ultra motors are oil and gas; power and energy; mining and minerals; water and wastewater; cement; pulp and paper; metals; and chemicals.

 

Pump Motors - Ultra Series Vertical Pump motors give the customer all of the benefits of the rugged and reliable X$D Ultra materials which include advanced thrust and cooling technologies. These Ultra motors are completely NEMA Premium efficient and they meet all IEEE 841 levels with a full cast iron frame, inline, high thrust, space heaters, and a non-reverse ratchet.

 

Small DC Motors

 

Direct-current (DC) motors built by GE set the standard for electric motors today. These motors are built to perform with reliability and durability unsurpassed. All DC motors are designed to meet NEMA specifications. Special features include low maintenance TIG welded commutator risers, and TREC® Field Coils which differentiate GE's DC products from all others. These add to the dependability of each DC motor.

 

Wind Pitch Motors are machines built for the most challenging of environments. Where high vibration, extreme temperatures, and high humidity are a problem, wind pitch motors are the solution. GE provides custom DC motor designs for wind pitch blade positioning.Since 2006, DC wind pitch motors have been used and there are over 30,000 motors in service.

 

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