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About North American Electric Electric Motors

Company Name: North American Electric

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

Forum: North American Electric Forum

Description:

North American Electric, Inc., operates as a wholesale supplier of general purpose and special purpose AC electric motors and serves not only the people in the United States, but an international market as well. Founded in 1993 when North American Electric began building high performance, high quality electric motors. Soon, the company was distributing motors on a national and international level.

 

In 2014, North American Electric opened their NAE Motors Controls division which has enabled the company to offer complete automation solutions their our wide distrubution network. Their “In House” UL508A Control Panel Shop builds standard and engineered products.

 

North American Electric offers a wide and diverse array of electric motors and controls. Some of the industrial electric motors they build are:

 

General Purpose NEMA Premium Efficient Design B Inverter Duty Motors

 

NEMA Premium Efficient Design B, Rigid Base, TEFC, 575V

General purpose electric motors such as these include features that meet or exceed NEMA Premium Efficiency Requirements, are suitable for wye-delta start on 213T frame and above, Inverter Duty, (20:1 variable torque; 10:1 constant torque), Sealed bearings thru 215T frame, Class F insulation – Class B rise at full load, 40°C Ambient continuous duty, CSA + C + US Certification, and more. Applications where you find these motors include fans, blowers, compressors, pumps and other industrial machinery found in damp, dusty or dirty environments.

 

Crusher Duty Motors

 

NEMA Premium Efficient Crusher Duty, Rigid Base

Special purpose electric motors such as these include features that meet or exceed NEMA Premium Efficiency Requirements defined by NEMA MG-1, Table 12-12, Class I Div 11 Groups ABCD T2B, Dual voltage ratings suitable for part wind start on lower voltage, 1.15 Service Factor @ 60 hertz and 1.0 Service Factor @ 50 Hertz, Inverter Duty (20:1 variable torque; 10:1 constant torque), Class F insulation – Class B rise at full load, C-Flange and D-Flange conversion kits, and more. These motors are designed for use on crushing and pulverizing equipment requiring extremely high starting torques and breakdown torques.

 

Close Coupled Pump Motors

 

NEMA Premium Efficient Close Couple Pump Motor

Features for these motors are that they meet or exceed EPACT '92 and NRCan efficiency requirements, suitable for wye-delta start on 213JM & 213JP frame and above, 1.15 Service Factor @ 60 hertz and 1.0 Service Factor @ 50 hertz, Class F insulation – Class B rise at full load, 40°C Ambient continuous duty, stainless steel nameplate and zinc plated hardware, NEMA Design B Performance 143JM through 326JM, and 143JP through 326JP, IP55 Protection and more. These motors are specifically designed for use on industrial and commercial pumping units.

 

Stainless Steel Motors

Stainless Steel Washdown Duty Motors C-Face, Footless

Features of these motors include high efficiency design, IP66 Protections as standard, Inverter Duty (20:1 VT; 10:1 CT), Class F insulation, Class B rise at full load, 50/60 Hz @ 1.15 Service Factor, high starting torques, meets or exceeds NRCan efficiency requirements and more. These motors are used in food processing, pharmaceutical and other environments requiring extreme cleanliness

 

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