Large Frame AC Induction Motors

Large Frame AC Induction Motors
Large Frame
AC Induction Motors
Why Baldor?
Customer Preference
90%
2000
20%
1985
94%
2003
95.5%
2007
50%
1990
Percentage
of research
studies
in which
The percentages shown reflect
results
of studies
conducted
Baldor was chosen most preferred.
in which Baldor was chosen as “most preferred”
For nearly 100 years, Baldor has strived to provide customers
with the best value and reliability in industrial electric motors.
That kind of dedication results in satisfied customers and a
strong preference for Baldor•Reliance motors, as the chart
above shows. Here are just a few of the things Baldor does to
earn such recognition:
Baldor offers the industry’s broadest line of stock
products. Save valuable time with just one call to Baldor. We
offer more than 10,000 stock motors, drives and gearboxes.
Energy-efficiency leader. Baldor began lowering the energy
consumption of our motors in the 1920’s, long before others
were even talking about it. Today, Baldor’s expansive line of
Premium Efficiency motors extends from 1 through 15,000
Hp. Baldor’s motors offer customers the highest overall
efficiency levels in the industry, including Baldor•Reliance
Super-E® (1 through 500 Hp) motors that exceed NEMA
Premium® efficiencies.
Baldor products are available
at more locations than any
other brand. Our 35 district
offices across North America and
hundreds of ABB offices around
the world, offer immediate
availability of Baldor products
and support to thousands of
customers.
Continuous innovation to improve reliability. Baldor leads
the motor industry in applying new technologies to improve
motor reliability. Recent improvements to the line of Severe
Duty motors are further proof that Baldor is the leader in
motors for process industry applications. These improvements
are explained in detail in the following pages.
Industry’s
shortest lead
times/Flexible
manufacturing.
Baldor has the
industry’s shortest
lead times on
custom Large
AC Motors. Our
unique LEAN
FLEX FLOW™
manufacturing process lets us produce any order in any
quantity, quickly and efficiently.
Industry’s best access to information. Only Baldor offers
customers so many choices for product information with a
wide variety of catalogs and product brochures, the Baldor
Web site at www.baldor.com, or you may talk to a Baldor
customer service person at one of our sales offices.
Table of Contents
Subject (related to Large AC Motors)
Page
Baldor’s Value Proposition______________________ 1
Product Exploded-View________________________ 2-3
Energy Efficiency______________________________ 4
Motors for Stock______________________________ 5
Design Characteristics_________________________ 6
Test and Verify________________________________ 7
Insulation Systems for Large AC Motors __________ 8
API 547 and 541______________________________ 10
Product Capabilities___________________________ 14
2-Pole AC Induction Motors ____________________ 16
Vertical AC Motors ____________________________ 18
Extra-Large AC and Custom Motors _____________ 20
Replacement and Specialty
Custom Engineered Motors ___________________ 22
Open Drip Proof and WPI Motors _______________ 24
WPII Motors _________________________________ 26
TEFC Motors _________________________________ 28
TEAAC Motors _______________________________ 30
Explosion-Proof Motors ________________________ 32
Typical Performance Data ______________________ 33-38
Variable Speed Superiority _____________________ 39
Dimension Drawings___________________________ 40-52
Connection Diagrams ________________ Inside Back Cover
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Baldor•Reliance
Large Frame AC Motors...
value customers expect!
Baldor•Reliance motors provide industry leading value largely
because of their 100+ year heritage of exceeding customer
expectations. This includes providing Large AC Motors to
customers for more than 50 years and in doing so, gaining
a deep understanding of a broad range of industries and
critical applications. The Baldor•Reliance product legacy
extends from a wide range of general purpose motors
to motors designed for the most hazardous and critical
application extremes. In addition to Baldor’s being the most
preferred supplier of industrial motors in North America,
Baldor•Reliance is also the most specified motor in the
Petrochemical industry and is the first motor to be certified
under the API 547 monogram program.
Nobody knows more about their process than the customer.
That is why Baldor employs dedicated industry teams
whose sole purpose is working directly with Industry users,
consultants and OEMs. These experienced Baldor engineers
are dedicated to understanding the customer’s specific
performance requirements and translating this into solutions
and products that exceed customer expectations.
Dependability is built into every Baldor•Reliance motor:
A passion for reliability continues to drive Baldor’s design
process. The Baldor•Reliance reputation for robust motor
construction is built into design features that include:
•Aluminum rotor die casting machines designed to
eliminate casting porosity for superior rotor bar and end
ring integrity is standard on most motors
•Copper bar rotors with a free floating squirrel cage
that will not fail from expansion and contraction can be
supplied if required by motor design or request
•The Baldor•Reliance flagship, Enduraseal insulation
system, where every winding is given an immersion
test per NEMA MG1, Part 20.18.1 (SolidCure insulation
system is standard)
•Mechanically, Baldor provides a superior patented PLS
bearing lubrication system that positively lubricates when
the motor is in any position and has multiple grease
relief locations preventing over-greasing which leads to a
majority of antifriction bearing failures.
Baldor’s new generation of open motors have become an
industry leader in weather protected motor designs.
Performance every time:
Because interaction with the power grid is uniquely important
when applying Large AC Motors, Baldor’s advanced
development center has conceived designs that reduce inrush
current and locked rotor KVA while assuring high power factor.
For larger motors and more critical applications, it becomes
even more important to understand the load and power grid
with each new motor design. Here Baldor engineers develop
standard catalog and custom motor designs that consider load
inertia, load curves, starting frequency and starting method.
The outcome is a Baldor•Reliance motor with performance
that will match the customer’s specific needs and provide
years of dependable service in the most unique critical service
applications.
High Efficiency for low cost of operation:
While designing for performance, Baldor knows that electricity
consumption represents the primary ownership cost of an
electric motor. Baldor takes great pride in standard designs
that typically exceed industry norms for custom designed
high efficiency motors. This did not just happen. Baldor’s high
efficiency designs are the result of engineering excellence,
years of field experience, R&D testing and acclaimed dedication
to leadership in energy efficiency.
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Baldor Large AC Motors:
Built for Reliable Performance
Optional fabricated conduit box found on
custom built Large AC Motors.
Note: The standard stock motor conduit box
is cast iron.
Inlet cone to
direct air into the
cooling chamber.
This minimizes
recirculating air
and improves fan
efficiency.
Class F (or better) insulation system
allows windings to withstand higher
temperatures resulting in longer
life. Medium voltage motors feature
formed copper coils with glass
mica-wrapped magnet wire, further
insulated with Nomex® tape.
Lead separator/
gasket between
frame and conduit
box keeps
contaminants from
entering the motor,
and makes lead
connection easier.
The G5000 Frame Motor shown here
in exploded view, is an example
of Baldor’s commitment to designs that yield
exemplary performance and reliability.
Cantilevered Arm to allow
F1 to F2 or F3 conversions
with just four bolts.
Two-part epoxy primer
inside and out; two-part
epoxy finish paint on
severe duty motors.
High-pressure die cast aluminum rotor for increased efficiency.
Rotors are precision balanced for smooth operation and longer
bearing life. Cast aluminum rotors also have vent holes that are
strategically located to remove air bubbles and ensure that every
rotor has no voids that might compromise motor performance.
Note: Optional fabricated copper bar rotors are available.
Standard surge ropes on end turns.
Baldor adds a second surge rope for
2-pole motors and select longer end
coils.
Fan and fan
cover designed
for maximum
cooling and quieter
operation.
Stators and rotors
utilize premium core
plate providing low
core losses.
Regreasing provisions
with reliefs for easy
bearing maintenance.
Drive end thermal barrier
system to keep bearing
temperature low.
Rotor and stator
are epoxy coated to
eliminate damage from
particulate ingress.
High strength shaft steel.
Medium voltage motors use
auxiliary conduit boxes for
winding RTD’s and space
heaters.
Dual mounting foot holes, especially
convenient when mounting a motor
for replacement duty.
Diagonally split cast iron conduit boxes are
typically used for Severe Duty applications.
This box exceeds NEC standards, making
connections easier.
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Locked bearing construction
reduces endplay. Convertible
to roller bearing for belted
loads (4 and 6 pole only)
available on stock motors.
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Brass Slinger
Standard vacuum pressure impregnation (VPI) using 100% epoxy solids
for long life and greater protection. Superior lamination materials and
manufacturing processes maintain dielectric strength after burnout. This
means better performance and lower losses even after rewind.
Rugged cast iron frames,
endplates and conduit boxes
for greater strength and
stiffness, resulting in lower
vibration and longer life.
Drive end air deflector.
Baldor also adds blocking in front and back of every end turn. This forms
an arch that adds rigidity to minimize end turn deflection.
Spot faced mounting holes.
Feet drilled for jackscrews
and dowel pins.
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Big Motors can mean Big Savings by understanding how to
make Energy Efficiency work for you
Why all the talk about Motors and Energy Efficiency?
Electric motor-driven systems used in industrial processes consume about 63% of all electricity used in the U.S. industrial sector according to a U.S. Department of Energy report. In a later report the D.O.E. also said that “best practices” have shown an average energy
savings of 33% when these practices include motor and motor systems upgrades, including the use of adjustable speed drives.
Thinking beyond the Initial Purchase Price
The D.O.E. has shown the average motor will operate for 28 years. So just
as you would with any long term investment, it is important to expand your
focus from the initial purchase price to the life cycle cost of that investment.
The pie chart to the right shows elements of the typical life cycle cost of a
motor operating in a continuous duty mode for 20 years. As you can see the
original purchase price is almost insignificant compared to what it will cost
to operate the motor over that motors life span.
Understanding your Total Investment
To begin understanding your total investment you need to know the cost of energy consumed during the anticipated life of the motor.
The chart below is an example of how these costs are determined and the positive impact of selecting Premium Efficiency motors
whenever buying decisions are made.
The formula typically used to calculate energy consumption is:
Total Energy Cost = Input kW power to the Motor x Hours of Operation x Cost of Power
For this example we will assume:
– You are replacing an existing 1000 Hp motor
– The motor operates continuously 50 weeks/year
– The existing motor efficiency is 93.7%
– The replacement motor efficiency is 95.0%
– Energy cost is $0.075/KW hr
Using this formula, savings associated with buying a Premium Efficiency motor will be:
$7,158 each year
$143,160 after 20 years
Depending on normal market variables such as features and other options, the 1000 HP motor used in this example would sell for about
10% of its annual energy costs. So when you compare the original purchase price to the cost of energy required to operate the motor,
it is easy to understand why careful motor selection from the start is so important. And when you do select a premium efficiency motor
you will consume less energy, reduce operating costs and improve your bottom line over the operating life of that motor.
Whether you are buying motors as part of a new capital project or if you are just thinking of replacing an existing motor as in the
example above, making the best choice of available options can be intimidating. To help with these decisions, Baldor has developed an
innovative software program (“BE$T”) that will help you maximize motor efficiency and minimize electricity use. For more information
about the BE$T program you are invited to contact your local Baldor office or look us up on www.baldor.com.
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Large AC Motors...In Stock!
Baldor stocks a family of Premium Efficient Motors specifically designed for a variety of applications in a wide spectrum of industries.
This family of Low and Medium Voltage 2, 4, and 6 Pole TEFC motors extends from 250 Hp through 1250 Hp. Baldor•Reliance motors
for stock are a minimum 95% efficient including many ratings that exceed 96%. All these motors built for stock are Class B rise at 1.0
Service Factor and are well suited to drive routine pump, fan and compressor loads as well as driving more critical service loads and
operating in severe duty environments. Standard features include minimum 95% efficiency, Class B Rise at 1.0 Service Factor, UltraPrecision balance to 0.10 inches/second, winding RTD’s, CSA and Div 2 Class I Groups C & D Hazardous Location certifications.
Now customers in need of same day deliveries for General Purpose and Special Purpose applications have access to a wide range of
Large AC Motors that are stocked in Baldor’s District Offices and Fort Smith Distribution Center.
Shown below is a summary of Baldor’s Large AC Motors in Stock:
2300/4000 V
460 V
Hp
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
1250
Poles Enclosure
2
4
2
4
6
2
4
6
4
6
2
4
4
6
2
4
2
4
6
2
4
4
4
2
4
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
WPII
WPII
Bearing
Type
Frame
Catalog #
Hp
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Roller
Ball
Ball
Roller
Ball
Roller
Ball
Ball
Ball
Roller
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Roller
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Sleeve
Ball
G449TS
G449T
G5008S
G5008L
G5010LY
G5008S
G5008L
G5010LY
G5008L
G5012LY
G5010S
G5008L
G5008S
G5012LY
G5010S
G5010L
G5010S
G5010L
G5012LY
G5010S
G5012L
G5012L
G5012S
05810S
05810S
ECP44202T-2340
ECP44204T-2340
ECP50252S-2340
ECP50254L-2340
ECP50256LR-2340
ECP50302S-2340
ECP50304L-2340
ECP50306LR-2340
ECP50354L-2340
ECP50356LR-2340
ECP50402S-2340
ECP50404L-2340
ECP50404S-2340
ECP50406LR-2340
ECP50452S-2340
ECP50454L-2340
ECP50502S-2340
ECP50504L-2340
ECP50506LR-2340
ECP50602S-2340
ECP50604L-2340
ECP50704L-2340
ECP50804S-2340
EM251252S-2340
EM251254S-2340
400
500
600
700
800
Poles Enclosure
2
2
4
2
2
2
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
TEFC
Bearing
Type
Frame
Catalog #
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
Ball
G5010S**
G5010S**
G5010Z**
G5810S**
G5810S**
G5810S**
ECP50402S-4
ECP50502S-4
ECP50504L-4
ECP50602S-4
ECP58702S-4
ECP58802S-4
** This rating is suitable for use in inverter applications.
Note: For inverter applications, contact your local Baldor sales office.
* This rating is precision balanced to 0.12 in/sec velocity.
This Baldor•Reliance motor powers fans for a “bio-scrubber”
air filtering system. This unique system is part of a fiber board
mill located in Columbia Falls, Montana where filter beds use
bacteria to remove impurities and reduce emissions.
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Baldor•Reliance Motors
Electrical Design Characteristics
Specification
Standard Design
Typical Modifications
Service Factor
460, 480, 575, 690, 2300, 4000, 6600, 13,200 volts @ 60 Hz
380, 415, 690, 3000, 3300, 6000, 11,000 volts @ 50 Hz
1.0 SF @ 80 degrees C by resistance
Ratings
NEMA design B (torque type)
Ambient Temperature
40 degrees C
>1000V…Form wound copper, Class F 155° C, mica Nomex® tape, 100%
solvent less epoxy impregnated (optional on <1000V)
≤1000V…Random wound copper coils with dip & bake
Voltage, Frequency
Windings
Non-standard low, medium and high voltages
1.15 and higher service factors
NEMA design C & D (torque type); low inrush
current
Higher or lower temperatures
Sealed (EnduraSeal) windings with two VPI cycles
and immersion tested per NEMA MG 1, Part 20,
additional VPI cycles (3 max), surge withstand
Winding Insulation Class Class F , non-hydroscopic epoxy resins
Class H high temperature
End Turn Bracing
Layered tape, rope(s) or steel bracing ring (each of which is lashed to every coil)
(medium & high voltage)
Additional rope or steel bracing for high vibration
applications
Stator
Component System
Nomex® Class H slot liner, woven glass Class H phase insulation, epoxy
impregnated blocking felt between coils
Complete winding system Surge Withstand
Capability (standard for Inverter Duty applications)
Vulcanized ethylene propylene or silicon (oil resistant, class H) lead material, ring
type lead lugs
Winding RTD's with auxiliary conduit box, 100 ohm, 3 wire platinum
(only standard on Catalog Stock Motors - not standard on custom motors)
Oil resistant silicon material, compression lead lugs,
quick disconnects
Other RTD types, thermocouples, thermostats,
NEMA 4X auxiliary conduit box
Complete with dynamometer, API 541, noise,
efficiency per IEEE 112 methods, motor/inverter,
bearing housing natural frequency
Lead System
Thermal Protection
Testing
Balance, winding resistance, no-load amps, power & nominal speed, locked rotor
amps & torque, vibration, hi-pot
Third Party Approvals
CSA recognized components
(standard on Catalog Stock Motors – optional on custom motors)
Hazardous locations (UL, CSA, NEC, CEC, IEC, ATEX)
Mechanical Design Characteristics
Specification
Frame Dimensions
Standard Design
NEMA compliant
Foot Mounting Holes Multiple holes on specified frames
Nameplate
Slinger & Seals
Hardware
Grounding
Stainless steel plate and rivets, NEMA compliant
Labyrinth seals, Forsheda® style or brass slingers on WPI, WPII and TEFC
when specified with severe duty and other critical service applications
Grade 5, U.S. Standard, zinc dichromate or cadmium plated steel
Ground lug (silicon-bronze, stud type) in conduit box is standard for
severe duty motors, frame ground pad
External Cooling Fan Non sparking polyurethane
Internal Cooling Fan
Balance
Integrally designed with cast aluminum rotors, shaft mounted steel on
fabricated rotors (some exceptions on larger frames)
Exceeds NEMA MG1 (4 pole @ 0.15 in/sec bracket velocity & 2.8 mils
shaft displacement)
Shaft
Cold rolled steel
Paint
Surface preparation (SSPC-SP-6), primer (SSPC-SP-1),
top coat (Alkyd Enamel)
Bearings
Anti friction (grease lubricated), sleeve (oil ring or flood lubricated)
Noise
Varies with design, complies with NEMA MG 1
Note: For more information about available modifications, contact your local Baldor office.
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Typical Modifications
IEC compliant (per applicable sections of IEC 60034 & 60072,
TEFC frames Only)
Special spot facing, dowel pins, jack screws
Special markings, non English, CSA, third party labels, auxiliary
plates for motor characteristics and customer data
Inpro/Seal® (rated for IP 54, 55, 56) and Taconite seals
AISI Series 300 Stainless Steel
Conduit box and frame (except for explosion proof motors)
grounding pad, servit post, ground lugs, bearing grounding,
shaft grounding
Steel, bronze, aluminum and arctic duty available on some
TEFC and TEAAC designs,
Bronze, aluminum and arctic duty available on ODP, WPII,
TEAAC and TEWAC enclosures
Precision Balance...4 pole @ 0.10 in/sec & 2.0 mils
Ultra-Precision Balance...4 pole @ 0.10 in/sec & 1.5 mils
Forged steel, special length and diameter, tapered or threaded,
double extension, magnetic center indicator
Standard Plus (includes solvent based epoxy top coat),
APEX (includes epoxy intermediate coat and 2-part
polyurethane top coat)
Drive end roller, electrically isolated bearings, bearing
temperature RTD's, sleeve bearings can be substituted where
anti friction bearings are standard (except 440 frames)
Low noise options on both enclosed and open frames
Test and Verify
Baldor employs state of the art design tools, advanced materials
and dependable manufacturing methods to achieve a precise
combination of desired performance characteristics. Additionally,
both individual components and assembled motors are rigorously
tested and proven to meet the specified requirements.
Materials and components are tested before assembly to make
certain material specifications are being met by suppliers. During the
manufacturing process, sub assemblies such as stator and core are
tested prior to final assembly. After final assembly every motor gets
a Routine Test.
In addition to the requirements of NEMA MG 1-2011-20.16.2,
the following tests/checks are also conducted on each assembled
motor:
Routine Test
• Measurement of winding resistance
• No-load readings of current, power and nominal speed at rated
voltage and frequency
• High potential test in accordance with MG 1-20.48
• Three phase locked rotor current and torque
• Vibration check in accordance with MG 1-20.54
The optional Complete Test consists of the following:
Complete Test
• Routine test
• Full load temperature test (loading by dynamometer)
• Full load speed (% slip)
• Check of current balance
• Full load current
• Pull up (derived), breakdown and full load torque
• Efficiency and power factor vs. load
• Dynamometer heat run to determine full load or service
factor at temperature rise
• Dynamometer measured efficiency in accordance with
IEEE 112 method B
The complete list of optional Baldor•Reliance test capabilities
is vast. Some of the more common tests performed by Baldor
are; API 541 Routine Test, Noise, Polarization Index and No Load
Vibration Tests.
Of particular interest, every Enduraseal® stator up to 7000 volts
passes a sealed winding conformance test (immersion test)
in accordance with NEMA MG 1-20.18.1.This test consists of
submerging the completed stator in a tank of water containing a
wetting agent. While submerged, the stator is given a 10 minute
polarization index test at 500 volts DC, and a high potential test at
1.15 times the rated line to line RMS voltage for one minute.
Testing disciplines described here verify design integrity and
manufacturing consistency. This brings the Baldor quality story
full circle and ensures performance predictability on every Baldor
customer application.
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Insulation Systems for Large AC Motors
For motors utilizing form wound constriction for the stator coils there are (3) options available for the type of insulation system used.
SolidCure - This is the standard insulation system and is the foundation for all Baldor•Reliance medium voltage motors, and when form wound
coils are specified for low voltage motors. It is a Class F rated system using Class H materials. Coils are wrapped with layers of mica imptrgnated
nomex tape. Stators recieve additional bracing in the coil-heads, and the whole stator is processed in 100% solid epoxy resin through a Vacuum
Pressure Impregation (VPI) cycle. The processed stator is then cured while slowy rolling (rotating) horizontally in an oven. The finished stator winding
has a solid void-free insulation sysem that provides superior heat transfer and corona avoidance. It has been validated fully to IEEE 429 laboratory
proof testing including thermal life and chemical resistance tests, and through many years of successful field experience.
Note: Rotate Cure Process only available on Kings Mountain and Stratford manufactured motors.
SolidSeal - The SolidSeal Insulation system uses two VPI Cycles with additional sealing material. This
insulation system is capable of passing the IEEE 429 Water Immersion Test.
Enduraseal - The Enduraseal insulation system meets the needs of both today’s and tomorrow’s tough motor
applications. In over forty years of field use, under conditions ranging from dry, dusty desert environments to
damp, corrosive chemical plant atmospheres, Enduraseal has proved its reliability time and time again. This is
a superior system which is achieved by using Nomex M Tape and an Epoxy Resin.
The rotate cure prevents the Resin from flowing out of the stator.
•Outstanding moisture, chemical, and abrasion resistance
•Superior electrical, thermal, and mechanical characteristics for longer coil life
•Every motor 6900V and below receives an immersion test per IEEE 429. Higher
voltages are tested per 429 with underwater megger only.
•Designed for both inverter duty and sine wave power
•Specially engineered for medium and high voltage systems up to 13.8 kV
The Enduraseal Stator - A complete Enduraseal insulated stator provides
maximum protection from extreme environmental and electrical conditions.
Coil Head Bracing and Leads - After all coils have been inserted into the
stator slots, and the topsticks (polyester glass laminate) are in place, the coils
are lashed to a steel ring(s) or epoxy-impregnated woven glass rope. The heads
are blocked with a process patented by Reliance® using Nomex M or Dacron
mat and polyester laminate. This ensures negligible coil head movement during
severe applications requiring plug reversals, across-the-line starts, etc. Leads
are EPDM standard, Class F cable with a voltage rating to match the insulation
system. (Alternate lead cable types ,including class H, are available for special
applications or by request.)
Sealing Process - Every wound stator goes through Vacuum Pressure
Impregnation (VPI), with oven-bake cycles after each VPI. This process transforms
the coils into a solid, rugged mass, free of voids and with excellent heatdissipating ability. The exclusive 100% epoxy solids formulation was developed
by Baldor•Reliance for maximum penetration and homogenous fill, as well
as superior environmental resistance. Complete in-process and proof testing,
including surge, dissipation, and dielectric, are provided to verify the integrity of
the system.
Immersion Test - After the VPI processes and oven curing, every motor is
individually tested in accordance with the underwater test procedures of NEMA MG 1-20.49.1,an evaluation of sealed insulation systems. Every
Enduraseal insulated stator must pass this test before being released for assembly.
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Insulation Systems
Insulation System - The Enduraseal system has been proven
The Enduraseal Coil
in various laboratory tests with the following results:
Coils are engineered specifically for the required voltage and
application.
• Chemical Resistance - Sealed coils were immersed in solutions of the following chemicals for 500 hours with no degradation: Sulfuric acid, Black liquor, Hydrochloric acid,
Sodium chloride, Sodium hydroxide and
Detergent.
  Ground Insulation
• Thermal Evaluation
 Turn Insulation
Film Copper Conductor
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Strand Insulation
Coil Wire - All coils are manufactured with 100% copper wire. The
turn insulation is designed to meet NEMA MG1 20.87 surge voltage
resistance criteria.
-Motorette Testing - The system was tested per IEEE 429 test procedure for evaluation of sealed insulation systems.
- Thermal Cycling: 180°C, 200°C, 220°C
- Mechanical Stress: 8 mils deflection
- Humidity: 100%,48 hours, proof tested wet
- Water Immersion: Proof tested while immersed in water
@ 1.15 x rated voltage
- Results: Meets Class H requirements
Turn insulation guidelines:
0-25 Volts (Turn-to-Turn): Polyester Amide Imide Film
25-50 Volts (Turn-to-Turn): Film and Dacron® Glass Covering
50-100 Volts (Turn-to-Turn): Film and Mica Tape
Standard Low Voltage - The standard winding and insulation
system for most Baldor•Reliance Large AC low voltage motor (less
than 1000 hp and 1000V) utilizes a random wound design. This time
proven system uses 100% solids epoxy resn and is processed using:
-RSN - A combination of Vacuum Impregnation (no pressure) and/or more Dip and Bake cycles.
Ground Insulation - The heart of any insulation system is the
ground insulation. Enduraseal uses multiple layers of Nomex® M (mica
tape), engineered for specific voltage requirements. This material gives
the maximum insulation strength in the least amount of space, allowing
more room in the slot for the copper in today’s high-efficiency motors.
Nomex M also provides excellent corona resistance, making it ideal for
high-voltage applications.
Armor Tape - An outer layer of glass armor tape provides
additional protection from abrasives such as fly ash and rock dust.
After final taping, all coils are surge-tested per the IEEE 522 test
procedure to assure there are no turn-to-turn shorts.
Enhanced Corona Protection - Corona resistance is
achieved by utilizing conductive and semi-conductive tapes. This
protection is standard on all 13.8 kV systems. Conductive tapes are
used on all motors greater than 5 kV.
Continuous rotation of stator during the curing process.
• Dielectric Strength
Breakdown voltage tests were conducted to evaluate the ability of the
Enduraseal system when subjected to various voltages.
Test Procedure: ASTM D149, Step by step
- 500 Volt base -Steps of 2 kV/Min.
Results: The minimum breakdown voltage for the Enduraseal
system was established to be ten times the operating voltage.
Abrasion Resistance Test: The Enduraseal system was subjected
to high-velocity abrasive particles.
Results: The Enduraseal system showed greater abrasion
resistance than other VPI systems evaluated.
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API 547 and API 541 for Large AC Motors
API 547
Users in the Petroleum and Chemical industries sometimes prefer general purpose motors that are easy to specify and still have base features
that ensure safe and reliable operation in critical service applications. In response to this need the American Petroleum Institute developed the API
547 standards for form wound induction motors used for general purpose petroleum, chemical, and other industrial severe duty applications.
API 547 compliant motors are:
• Rated 250 Hp – 3000 Hp with TEFC and WP II enclosures for 4, 6 and 8-pole machines
• 250 Hp to 800 Hp for 2-pole TEFC machines
• 250 Hp to 1250 Hp for 2-pole WP II machines
• Engineered in accordance with American Petroleum Institute standards
• Ideally suited for many centrifugal pump, fan and compressor applications having inertia values within those listed in NEMA MG1, Part 20
API 547 motors are specified with standard selections for all requisite motor features and accessories, so purchaser data sheets are not required
in the standards. When the purchaser does require data sheets only the following minimum data is typically requested:
• Hp
• Enclosure – TEFC or WP II
• RPM
• Voltage/Frequency
• Area classification if applicable
As mentioned earlier, the Baldor•Reliance API 547 motor is the first motor of any kind to receive the API Monogram. As an API licensee Baldor has
once again demonstrated a legacy of employing state of the art quality systems that enable Baldor to provide general purpose motors that are not
only safe, but motors that stand up to the most rigorous of critical service applications. In order to gain the API Monogram recognition, Baldor has
demonstrated and documented an infrastructure, responsibilities, control processes and resources needed to establish and maintain this quality
tradition.
Designs are available for 2-pole and 4-pole ratings noted here:
Hp
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
3000
3600 RPM – 60 Hz
TEFC Frame
G5008
G5008
G5008
G5010
G5010
G5010
G5012/G5810
G5012/G5810
G5012/G5810
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
WPII Frame
E5010
E5010
E5010
E5808
E5808
E5808
E5808
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5810
E5810
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Hp
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
3000
* May require Flood Lube ** TEAAC Enclosure
10
1800 RPM – 60 Hz
TEFC Frame
G5008
G5008
G5008
G5010
G5010
G5010
G5012
G5012
G5012
G5012
G500M
G500M
G500M
G500M
G500M
G500M
Custom
Custom
Custom
WPII Frame
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5012
E5012
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
6811
6811
6813
6813
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API 547 and API 541 for Large AC Motors
API 541 (4th Edition)
When users in the Petroleum and Chemical industries want special purpose motors with uniquely defined features and accessories they turn to
the API 541 standards. These standards apply to form wound induction motors rated 500 Hp and larger and used in critical service applications
found in severe and abnormally hostile environments.
Unlike the counterpart API 547 standards, the API 541 standards do require comprehensive data sheets from the purchaser in order to delineate
the users specific needs. Given the very critical nature of these applications, in addition to the basic data required for API 547 motors the API 541
data sheets cover an extensive range of application, enclosure, load, testing and accessory features. It’s worth noting that API 541 data sheets
include detailed purchaser specifications and supplier data that either the purchaser or supplier can use.
Baldor engineers participated in both the API 541 and API 547 working group committees and today Baldor•Reliance motors are the preferred
choice of users in the Petro Chemical industry.
In an effort to bring more consistency and reliability to Petrochemical applications, in September of 2003 the API 541 authors made some notable
changes to the standards. Today the API 541 fourth edition includes the following:
• Applies to larger motors 500 Hp and above, to avoid conflict with IEEE 841 standards
• Concentrates on special purpose “custom” motors and critical service applications
• Addresses applications with variable frequency drives such as requiring the motor to operate below 80 degrees C temperature rise at any
speed when driving a variable torque load
• Includes expanded appendices that provide in-depth discussion of complicated issues
• Provides expanded use of Mechanical and Electrical Standard paragraphs
• Establishes a sound pressure limit that is compliant with OSHA requirements
• Requires motors to be operated at 1.0 service factor forcing the selection of higher ratings when overload capability is required
• Tightens design parameters that define resonant frequency limits
• Relies heavily on data sheets to document complete application details that will ensure the motor and drive (where applicable) are
designed and built in a manner that will yield the intended performance
API standards were developed by Petroleum and Chemical users. However, in recognizing the importance of the design itself and the credibility of
the Standards, many non-API industry users have applied API 541 and API 547 Standards to their own applications in order to achieve process
integrity. This has proven to be especially true when larger AC motors are coping with unique load conditions found in reciprocating compressors,
vertical turbine pumps, induction generators, axial thrust loads and variable frequency drives.
To help the reader differentiate between API 547 and API 541 motors, the following charts are provided:
Scope
Power
Voltage
Speed
Site
Enclosures
Bearings
Applications
Mounting
Rotor
Shaft
Critical Speed
API 547
250 Hp - 3000 Hp
Any through 13.2 kV 50 & 60 Hz
2 pole thru 8 pole
Severe Duty applications
TEFC and WPII
Hydrodynamic (sleeve) bearings default
General Purpose for centrifugal loads
Horizontal
Aluminum thru 1000 Hp, Fabricated Copper above 1000 Hp
Forged shafts required on:
Two pole motors
Flexible shaft motors
Does not differentiate between a well damped resonance
and lateral critical speed
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API 541
500 Hp and larger
Any through 13.2 kV 50 & 60 Hz
Any speed and no. of poles, or AFD controls
Severe and abnormally hostile environments
Any enclosure
Hydrodynamic (sleeve) bearings default
Critical Service for any load condition
Horizontal and Vertical
Fabricated Copper default, Aluminum only on approval
Forged shafts required on:
Shafts larger than 8"
Two pole motors > 1000 Hp
Flexible shaft motors
Motors driving reciprocating loads
Motors using tapered hydraulic fit couplings
Allows for a well damped resonance
within the 15% separation margin
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API 541 AC Motors
The API 541 motor incorporates the proven performance features found in all Baldor•Reliance Large AC motors.
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Precision Bearing Alignment
Rigid Frame
Bearing alignment is critical to the performance and reliability of a
motor. Baldor•Reliance bearing brackets are fabricated steel with
machined rabbet fits to ensure accurate alignment between the
rotor and stator. Bearings are precision-bored split sleeve with oil
ring lubrication (some ratings may require flood lube). Alignment is
controlled through design of fits and support elements. Non-sparking
shaft seals, pressure-balanced by a purged arrangement, where
applicable, are also provided on all API Motors.
Baldor•Reliance utilizes heavy fabricated steel frame construction.
These frames are designed, modeled and built to assure both lateral
and torsional rigidity.
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API 541 AC Motors
Proven Enduraseal Insulation
Premium documentation to support premium hardware
The Enduraseal insulation system, with more than 20
years of proven performance, is a Reliance standard.
Every wound stator goes through multiple vacuum
pressure impregnations (VPI), with oven-baked, rotate
cured cycles after every impregnation. This process
transforms the coils into a solid, rugged structure, free
of voids with excellent heat dissipating ability. All
insulating materials are rated ‘Class F’ or better, and
are impervious to hydrocarbon oils.
Each API 541 motor is supported with a compilation of
documentation, customized to meet your specific requirements.
Your fully tested API 541 motor will have a software package that
includes:
• Long-term storage bulletin
• Certificate of compliance
• Routine test report
• Quality assurance inspection data
• Water immersion test report
• Phase insulation test reports
• Plastigauge data
• Bearing pattern
• No-load data
• Vibration test data
• Over-speed coast-down test data
• Full load performance data
• Performance curves
• Locked rotor data
• Bearing and stator temperature rise
API Motor Enclosures
• Open Drip Proof
• Weather Protected
– Type I
– Type II
• Totally Enclosed
– Fan Cooled (TEFC)
– Forced Vent (TEFV)
– Water Cooled (TEWAC)
– Tube/Air Cooled (TEAAC)
Standard API Features
• Copper bar rotor
• Fabricated steel frames
• Fabricated steel end brackets, split for ease of maintenance
• Insulated sleeve bearings - oil ring lubricated
• Coast-to-rest seals
• Caged and supported 8 oz. constant level oilers with stainless
steel tubing
• Vertical jackscrews
• Foot mounting holes back spot faced
• Provisions for doweling
• Stainless steel NEMA 2-bolt ground pad
• Foot planity (surface parallel to 0.002 in. per ft.)
• Enduraseal insulation system meets IEEE 429 water immersion
test
• Precision balance with API 541 residual unbalance test
• Surge test per IEEE 522
• Gasketed surfaces protected with drip shields Additional features
on Weather Protected Type II machines
• Continuously welded hoods crowned for drainage
• Heavy duty stiffeners to eliminate vibration
• Rigid filter support system
• Provisions for air pressure switch
Optional Features
• Non-contact vibration probes
• Temperature detection for bearings and windings
• Forged steel shaft
All API motors receive the following tests:
• Surge tests of coils per IEEE 522
• Winding immersion per IEEE 429
• Bearing insulation per IEEE 112
• One-hour bearing stabilization
• Coast-down test
• Vibration measurement
In addition, the following tests may be specified:
• Ultrasonic inspections of forged steel shafts
• Complete full load performance test
• Hot vibration test
• Bearing inspection and plastigauge
• Residual unbalance per paragraph 2.4.7.2.5 of API 541
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Baldor Large AC Motor Capabilities Overview
The reach of Baldor’s Large AC Motor product offering is vast. It extends
well beyond NEMA frames to ratings as high as 15,000 Hp and as low
as 300 RPM. This includes an extensive range of proven cast iron and
fabricated steel motors well suited for both General Purpose the Custom
(critical service) applications.
Note the following charts which apply to motors meeting these NEMA
standards:
• 650% Inrush current
• Equal or greater than NEMA, Part 20 design torques (as described by
NEMA for Above NEMA Motors)
• Standard NEMA voltage for each horsepower rating
• Minimum 90% Reduced Voltage Start
• NEMA specified (or less) load inertia applied to the motor shaft
• Inverter powered capabilities limited to Variable Torque loads
• Altitude below 3300 feet (above sea level)
• Operating ambient of 40°C (or lower)
• Horizontal foot mounted
• Centrifugal loads
• Direct coupled
The list of Baldor•Reliance Custom design capabilities and features is even
more impressive. Please contact a Baldor office for details.
Open Motors
Poles
60 Hz
RPM
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
5500
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
2
4
6
8
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
720
600
514
450
400
360
327
300
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5808
E5808
E5808
E5808
E5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
6813
6813
6813
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
900
900
900
E5010
E5010
E5808
E5808
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
6811
6813
6813
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
900
900
900
E5808
E5808
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
6813
6813
6813
8040
8040
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
900
3600 1800 1200 900
E447
E447
E447
E449
E449
E449
E449
E5008
E5008
E5010
O5808
O5808
O5808
O5810
O5810
O5810
O5812
O5812
O5812
6811
6811
6813
6813
6813
6813
630
630
630
E447
E447
E449
E449
E449
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5012
E5012
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
6811
6811
6813
6813
6813
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
E449
E449
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5010
E5012
E5810
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
6811
6813
6813
6813
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
900
900
900
900
E449
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5012
E5012
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
6811
6813
6813
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
900
900
900
Closed Motors
10
6811
6811
6811
6811
6811
6813
6813
8040
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
900
900
8040
8040
8040
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
900
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
9240
9240
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
9240
9240
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
10840
900
Important Notes:
• Charts are based on designs in accordance with NEMA MG1:20.
• Enhanced cooling blower systems (provided on the motor) may be required depending on application
requirements.
• Slower speed, higher pole count designs are available upon request.
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Cast Frames
Fabricated Steel Frames
Poles
60 Hz
RPM
100
125
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
5500
6000
7000
8000
9000
10000
11000
12000
13000
14000
15000
2
4
6
3600 1800 1200
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
900
720
600
514
450
400
360
327
300
G447
G449 G447 G447
G449 G447 G447 G5008 G5010 G5010
G449 G449 G449 G5008 G5010 G5012 G5810
G5008 G449 G449 G5010 G5012 G5012 G5810 6811 8040
G5008 G449 G449 G5010 G5012 G5810B G500S 6811 8040 9240 9240 9240
G5008 G449 G5010 G5012 G5810 G500S G500S 6811 9240 9240 9240 9240
G5010 G449 G5012 G5012 G5810 G500S G500S 6811 9240 9240 9240 10840
G5010 G5010 G5012 G5012 G5810B G500S G500S 6813 9240 9240 9240 10840
G5010 G5010 G5012 G5012 G500S G500S G500S 6813 9240 9240 10840 10840
G5010 G5012 G5012 G5810 G500S G500S G500S 8040 9240 9240 10840 10840
G5810 G5012 G5810B G500S G500S G500M G500M 9240 9240 10840 10840 10840
G5810B G5012 G500S G500S G500M G500M 8040 9240 9240 10840 10840 10840
G500M G5012 G500S G500S G500M G500M 9240 9240 10840 10840 10840 10840
G500M G5810 G500S G500S G500S 9240 9240 9240 10840 10840 10840 10840
G500M G500M G500S G500M 6813 9240 9240 9240 10840 10840 10840 10840
G500M G500M G500M G500M 9240 9240 9240 10840 10840 900 10840 900
6811 G500M G500M 9240 9240 9240 10840 10840 900
900
6811 G500M 9240 9240 9240 9240 10840 10840 900
6811 G500M 9240 9240 9240 10840 10840 10840
6813 6813 9240 9240 10840 10840 10840 900
6813 6813 9240 9240 10840 10840 10840 900
6813 6813 9240 10840 10840 10840 900 900
6813 9240 10840 10840 10840 10840 900
6813 10840 10840 10840 10840 900
630 10840 10840 10840 10840 900
630 10840 900
900
900
900
630 10840 900
900
900
630 10840 900
900
900
630
900
900
900
900
630
900
900
900
900
900
Important Notes:
• Charts are based on designs in accordance with NEMA MG1:20.
• Fabricated steel frames are TEAAC enclosure.
• Enhanced cooling blower systems (provided on the motor) may be required depending on application
requirements.
• Slower speed, higher pole count designs are available upon request.
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ABB Large AC Motor Capabilities Overview
Synchronous motors
Induction motors
• Ranging up to 70MW / 94,000 Hp
• 20 - 2000 rpm (also 2 pole available)
• Shaft height 0710 - 2500 mm
• Ranging from 1 - 60 kV
• Endshield and pedestal mounted, horizontal and vertical design
• All main cooling types
• Motor design for hazardous environment according to main Ex
standards
• All main DOL starting methods and VSD technology supported
• Ranging up to 13.8 kV and 23 000 kW / 30 000 HP
• Motor types AMA and AMI
• Shaft heights 400 to 1000 mm
• Poles 2 to 20
• 50 and 60 Hz
• Ambient -50°C to +60°C, Ambient -58°F to +140°F
• Suitable for IEC, EN and NEMA standards
• Motors for safe and hazardous areas
• Motors for onshore and offshore applications
• Horizontally or vertically mounted
Synchronous Motors – Output Ratings at Different Speeds
Induction Motors – Output Ratings at Different Speeds
Fixed Speed Motors
Speed (RPM)
Output
(MW) 3000 1500 1000 750 600 500 429 375 333 300 273 250
Speed (RPM)
Output
(MW) 1900 1500 1000 750 600 500 429 375 333 300 273 250 140
1
5
2
10
3
15
4
20
5
25
6
30
7
35
8
40
9
45
10
50
11
55
12
60
13
65
14
70
15
16
Variable Speed Motors
Speed (RPM)
Output
(MW) 2000 1500 1000 750 600 500 429 375 333 300 273 250
5
17
20
18
19
20
10
21
15
22
20
23
25
24
30
25
35
Examples of output at 50 Hz
40
45
50
Output ranges of ABB synchronous motors (from 1 to 70 MW, 1 to 15 kV).
Fabricated Steel Frames
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Two Pole AC Induction Motors
XL560/630 Frames
Designed for Variable-Speed Operation
Unlike motors that are just modified or re-rated for variable-speed operation, the
XL560/630 line was designed from the ground up for operation on inverter power. This
line of motors leverages the 70 plus years of Reliance Electric variable-speed technology
to provide rugged and reliable performance in usual and unusual operating environments.
Standard Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
NEMA enclosures:
Weather protected, Type I and II (WPI and WPII)
Totally-enclosed air-to-air cooled (TEAAC)
Totally-enclosed water-to-air cooled (TEWAC)
Totally-enclosed force ventilated (TEFV)
Low acoustic noise - typical no load sound pressure level of 85 dBA at 1 meter.
High efficiency designs for minimum energy usage.
Reinforced, corrosion-resistant full frame construction for long-term strength
while minimizing vibration and assuring stable driven equipment alignment.
Integrally designed foot mounting pads with provisions for doweling and jacking
ensure ease-of-installation and proper driven equipment alignment.
Large motor shaft diameter minimizes deflection and vibration to extend bearing
life.
Rotors are made from C5 lamination steel. Laminations are stacked,
mechanically compressed and keyed to the shaft for maximum mechanical
integrity. Rotors are designed with a slot design that effectively minimizes
magnetic noise while providing smooth speed/torque operation.
The premium Enduraseal Class F insulation system is used for optimal electrical
and mechanical performance and service life. This system has proven to be the
most effective choice to withstand the rigors of high temperatures and voltages as well as mechanical stresses caused by unusual operations
such as plug reversals.
“DIN” standard hydrodynamic self-aligning sleeve bearings with oil rings.
Manufactured in an ISO9001 registered facility, your best assurance of quality.
 Tilting Pad Bearing
 Sleeve Bearing
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Two Pole AC Induction Motors
XL560/630 Frames
630 Frame Technical Data (highly damped design+)
Ratings:
3000 HP, 3500HP, 4000HP, 4500HP, 5000HP, 5500HP, 6000HP,
6500HP, 7000HP
2300 and 4000 Volt standard
Other voltages available
Insulation System:
Service proven Enduraseal Insulation system
Class F standard
Sealed with immersion test IEEE 429 standard
IEEE 522, 3.5 pu surge capability standard
560 Frame Technical Data (rigid shaft design)
Ratings:
• 1750 HP, 2000 HP, 2250 HP, 2500 HP, 2750 HP
• 2300 and 4000 Volt standard
• Other voltages available
Insulation System:
• Service proven Enduraseal Insulation system
• Class F standard
• Sealed with immersion test IEEE 429 standard
• IEEE 522, 3.5 pu surge capability standard
Enclosures:
• WP I, WP II, TEWAC, TEFV, TEAAC
Enclosures:
WP I, WP II, TEWAC, TEFV, TEAAC
Starting Capabilities:
• Suitable for variable frequency drives (VFD)
• Across the line option for most applications
Starting Capabilities:
Suitable for adjustable frequency drives (AFD)
Across the line option for most applications
Variable Speed Operation:
10% maximum overspeed capability
Critically Damped System - resonances in the operating speed range
are damped per API 617 (6th edition), Section 2.9.1.3 (amplification
factor less than 2.5)
Vibration Capabilities (synchronous speed):
1.5 mil p-p shaft displacement
0.5 mil p-p bracket displacement
0.1 in/sec bracket velocity
Hot vibration performance will be tested in accordance with paragraph
4.3.3.11 of API 541 (3rd edition).
Critical Speed:
True rigid shaft design with tilting pad bearing. Critical speed
minimum 15% above synchronous speed.
Vibration Capabilities (synchronous speed)
• 1.5 mil p-p shaft displacement
• 0.5 mil p-p bracket displacement
• 0.1 in/sec bracket velocity
Hot vibration performance will be tested in accordance with
paragraph 4.3.3.11 of API 3rd edition.
Cooling Requirements:
For all TEWAC & TEAAC enclosures - cooling to be supplied by external
blowers
Cooling Requirements:
• 1750, 2000, 2250 HP TEAAC - cooling to be supplied by external
blowers
NOTE: 2500, 2750 HP designs are not available with the TEAAC
enclosure
Enclosure Availability:
Enclosure Availability:
HP
WPI
WPII
TEWAC TEAAC
✔
✔
3000
BC
BC
✔
✔
3500
BC
BC
✔
✔
4000
BC
BC
✔
✔
4500
BC
*
✔
✔
5000
BC
*
✔
✔
5500
BC
*
✔
✔
6000
BC
*
✔
✔
6500
BC
*
✔
✔
7000
BC
*
BC = Supplemental blower cooled
* = Design to be reviewed by engineering
+ = Motor design permits operation on critical speed
TEFV
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Sound Levels:
WP II, TEWAC, TEFV - overall average 85 dBA at 1 meter
WP I – overall average 100 dBA at 1 meter
TEAAC – overall average 90 dBA at 1 meter
Shaft:
4140 shaft material up to 5000 hp & 4340 shaft material above
5000HP
All shafts are of a spider design
All shafts available as one-piece forging
HP
WPI
WPII
TEWAC
✔
✔
✔
1750
✔
✔
✔
2000
✔
✔
✔
2250
✔
✔
✔
2500
✔
✔
✔
2750
BC = Supplemental blower cooled
TEAAC
BC
BC
BC
—
—
TEFV
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
Sound Levels:
• WP II, TEWAC, TEFV - overall average 83 dBA at 1 meter
• WP I – overall average100 dBA at 1 meter
• TEAAC – overall average 88 dBA at 1 meter
560 Frame Tilt Pad Bearing
• Shell equipped with tilt pad
• No Oil rings
• Requires force lube
• Required oil flow rate of ½ USGPM at 15 to 20 PSI ( 1.9L/min) per
bearing
• Oil inlet thread size: BSP/ISO .38 parallel female thread
• Oil outlet thread size: 1¼ NPT male thread
• Operating speed range of the tilt pad bearing for VFD applications:
100 – 3960 RPM
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Vertical AC Induction Motors
All Baldor•Reliance vertical motors incorporates the proven
performance and features found in all Reliance Large AC motors.
HP: 1500 RPM: 720
Frame: V9240
Enclosure: WP-I
Application: Pump
Industry: Water Treatment Plant
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HP: 650 RPM: 900;
Frame: V0840
Enclosure: TEAO;
Application: Tunnel Ventilation Fan
(to be located in the One World Trade
Center - formerly known as the
Freedom Tower)
Industry: Air Handling
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HP: 900 RPM: 1200 (with a 20 Hp, 300 RPM
pony motor) Frame: V10840
Enclosure: TEWAC;
Application: Moderator Pump
Industry: Nuclear Generating Station
Vertical AC Motors
HP: 350 RPM: 1800
Frame: V5830
Enclosure: DPG
Application: Moderator Pump
Industry:
Nuclear Generating Station
HP: 600 RPM: 360
Frame: V9240
Enclosure: WPII
Application: Centrifugal Pump
Industry: Coal Fired Generating Station
Standard enclosures include DP, WPI, WPII, TEWAC, and TEAAC. Specialty
designs are also available, with a virtually limitless selection of custom features.
Standard voltages available are 460 to 13.2 KV.
Standard HP available 300 to 15,000
Accessories available are the same as on our horizontal product line as well as
vertical specific items such as non-reverse ratchets.
Bearing
Lubrication
Cooling
Method
Thrust
Classification
Angular Contact
Oil or Grease
Air or Water
Low
Double
Angular Contact
Oil or Grease
Air or Water
Low
Spherical
Roller Thrust
Oil or Grease
Air or Water
Medium to High
Tilting Pad
Oil
Water or Oil
Circulation
High
HP: 650 RPM: 1200
Frame: V6840
Enclosure: WPII
Application: Centrifugal Pump
Industry: Oil and gas
L-10 Life:
Rating life, L10 (B10), is the life in hours or revolutions
in which 90% of the bearings selected will obtain or
exceed before showing the first signs of fatigue in race
or rolling element. Median life (average life), L50 (B50),
is the life in hours or revolutions in which 50% of the
bearings selected will obtain or exceed. The median life is
approximately five times the L-10 life.
All conditions of thrust must be considered , design &
momentary values as well as any applicable amount of
upthrust.
Baldor•Reliance standard L-10 Life is 2 years.
Typical L-10 Life is 50,000 and 100,000 hours.
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Extra-Large AC and Custom Motors
Performance
Baldor•Reliance Excel motors are field proven through countless
service hours in the most rigorous applications that industry has
to offer.
Reliability
Value
Every Excel motor is the product of over 50 years of experience
designing and manufacturing large AC motors. The Baldor•Reliance
program of continuous quality improvement ensures that our
motors meet world-class standards of excellence with the ultimate
goal of customer satisfaction.
Excel horizontal and vertical motors are manufactured under ISO
9001 quality certification for consistent, predictable performance.
These motors meet or exceed many of the most critical
performance specifications worldwide, including military and
nuclear guidelines and API-541.
Baldor•Reliance Excel AC induction motors are at the heart of every
process and system they drive. Every Excel horizontal or vertical
motor is a carefully conceived, integrated system of electrical and
mechanical components designed for dependable, predictable
performance in the most demanding applications.
Versatility
These high-performance motors are available for constant- speed,
variable-frequency, and variable-speed applications. Standard
enclosures include Protected, WPI, WPII, TEWAC, and TEAAC. Specialty
designs are also available, with a virtually limitless selection of custom
features.
Baldor•Reliance takes pride in designing and manufacturing motors
to each customer’s precise application requirements. Whether your
environmental exposure involves water, chemicals, carbon, black
liquor, radiation, or abrasion, we can provide the right combination of
materials, enclosures, bearing systems, and accessories to achieve
optimum long-term performance.
We also offer a full range of performance-protection options such
as thermal and vibration monitoring systems, special lubrication
arrangements, over-current protection, surge arresters, and filters.
Other accessories include space heaters, temperature detecting
equipment, and tachometers.
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Extra-Large AC and Custom Motors
This 3500HP, 3/60/4000 Volt, 3600 RPM,
TEFV horizontal motor is powering
a pump on an oil pipeline.
This Excel 1500HP, 514 RPM,
4 kV horizontal motor is powering matrix
booster pump in a Florida phosphate mine.
This 900/20HP, 3/60/4000 Volt,
1200/300 RPM, TEWAC vertical motor is
powering main moderator pump
in a nuclear generating station.
Performance Features
Bearing Selection Guide
Fabricated, reinforced, corrosion-resistant steel frames provide added
strength and rigidity, eliminate vibration, and ensure stable alignment. The
steel laminations are mill-coated with high-grade enamel for better operating
efficiency and cooler operation.
Bearing Types
Integrally designed foot mounting pads are provided, with provisions for
doweling and jacking, to ensure proper alignment. Mounting configurations are
available for a variety of standard applications or custom-designed for special
applications.
Mounting
No Thrust
Thrust
Deep Groove Ball
H-V
V
Sleeve
H-V
–
Cylindrical Roller
H
–
Angular Contact
V
H-V
Spherical Roller
V
V
Pad Bearings
–
V
The exclusive Baldor•Reliance Enduraseal® Class F insulation system uses
copper stator coils wrapped in multiple layers of NOMEX® mica tape for
exceptional corona resistance in high-voltage applications.
An outer layer of glass armour tape provides added protection from abrasion.
The wound stator cores receive multiple Vacuum Pressure Impregnations (VPI),
to fill all voids with an 100% epoxy solids formulation. The exclusive Reliance
curing process, and rigorous water testing, ensures IEEE 429 compliance. The
coils are all rigidly lashed and where applicable to a steel bracer ring to reduce
stress related to frequent start-ups for extended stator life.
Oversized oil reservoirs help ensure adequate lubrication while effectively
dissipating heat.
Large shaft diameters minimize deflection and vibration for extended bearing
life. A wide range of shaft materials, including AISI 4340 grade and forged
steel, are available.
Rotor laminations are stacked, mechanically compressed,
retained, and shrunk fit to the shaft or spider. Vent ducts
provide cooling. Slot configurations are selected to reduce
magnetic noise and smooth the speed-torque curve. Rotor
bars are high-temperature brazed to the copper end rings
and constructed of copper or copper alloy materials to
meet specific application requirements for optimum motor
efficiency.
Steel plate bearing brackets are generously designed to accommodate bearing
enclosures and support rotor weight without distortion.
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Replacement and Specialty Custom Engineered Motors
AIR EXHAUST BOTH ENDS
37.38
51.25
56.88
76.97
40.50
HOOD LIFT ONLY
(4) PLACES
0.13
(4) 1-8 UNC JACKING HOLES
30.00
MOTOR LIFT
(4) PLACE
119.06
43.50
9.50
7.50 KEYWAY
27.00
27.00
0.50
6.00
29.50
6.00
29.50
66.00
NOTES:
**** THIS DRAWING IS A SAMPLE ONLY ****
1. USE ONLY CERTIFIED PRINT FOR CONSTRUCTION PROCESS.
2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES UNLESS NOTED.
1.00
18.75
(8) 1.62 Ø MOTOR TO BASE MTG. HOLES
20.00
18.75
24.75
30.75
(4) 1-8 UNC JACKING HOLES
24.75
30.75
70.00
MAIN C/BOX TO BE LOCATED
PER F1 MOUNTING
OPPOSITE DRIVE END
(2) GROUND PADS
DIAGONALLY OPPOSITE
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STANDARD SPACE HEATER BOX
STANDARD RTD BOX
Replacement and Specialty Custom Engineered Motors
Construction:
Baldor•Reliance Electric fabricated steel construction allows for drop in replacement of many competitors products whether older or current
designs. Many of these replacement motors can offer significant Horsepower upgrades
Horizontal Motor
with custom base
Original 3000 HP
Replacement 6000 HP
Vertical Motor
With custom
adapter base
Custom Features:
Sensors
A wide range of protection and sensing options are available.
• Temperature – RTD’s ,Thermometers ,Thermocouples and Telemetry
• Vibration – Switches, accelerometers, probes and proximeters
• Insulation Life – Iris and Insulguard systems
Bearing Configurations
• Anti-friction (SRT, A/C), sleeve, tilting pad, magnetic
• Grease and oil lubricated
• Air, water and oil cooled
Vertical TEWAC 900HP -1200 RPM
with a 20 HP – 300 RPM Pony Motor
Electrical
Baldor•Reliance will optimize your design to offer the best efficiency
possible. As well we can meet other demanding criteria such as
high inertia, low inrush, and high starting duty. Also a wide variety of
insulation systems and treatments are available to satisfy your specific
requirements.
Dual TEWAC exchanger hoods
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Open Drip Proof and WPI
Standard Frame Selections
Baldor•Reliance motors have served industry for over 50 years with leading
technologies that yield reliable low cost operation. In keeping with this tradition all
Baldor•Reliance motors are designed to meet our own rigid efficiency standards
that exceed industry norms. By incorporating the highest grade materials available
and best in the world manufacturing processes, Baldor•Reliance motors have lower
losses and consume less energy at the customer’s site.
Open and weather protected motors typically drive pumps, compressors, fans,
conveyors, machine tools in a variety of process and general purpose applications.
Energy Efficient 460 or 575 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
112
150
187
224
261
298
336
373
448
522
600
671
746
RPM
3600
449TS/E447
449TS/E447
449TS/E449
449TS/E449
E449
E449
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
5808S/O5808
5808S/O5808
5808S/O5808
1800
449TS/E447
449TS/E447
449T/E449
449T/E449
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
5011L/E5012
5808/E5012
5810/O5808
1200
E449
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5010
E5012
5808/E5810
5810/O5810
5812/O5810
E5812
900
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5012
E5012
5808/E5012
5810/O5810
5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
1200
E449
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5010
5808/E5012
5810/O5810
5812/O5810
5810/O5810
E5812
E5812
6811
6811
6813
—
—
—
—
900
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5010
E5010
5808/E5012
5808/E5012
5810/E5012
5810/O5810
5812/O5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
E5812
6811
—
—
—
—
—
—
Note: 5000 & 5800 frame motors can be ODP or WPI.
Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
3000
112
150
187
224
261
298
336
373
448
522
600
671
746
933
1119
1305
1492
1678
1865
2051
2238
RPM
3600
449TS/E447
449TS/E447
449TS/E449
449TS/E449
E449
E449
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
5808S/O5808
5808S/O5810
O5810/O5808
O5810
O5810
O5812
O5812
6811
6811
6811
6811
1800
449TS/E447
449TS/E447
449T/E449
449T/E449
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
5808/E5012
5810/O5808
5810/O5808
5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
6811
6811
6813
6813
Note: 5000 & 5800 frame motors can be ODP or WPI.
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Open Drip Proof and WPI
Standard Frame Selections
Open Drip Proof motors are cooled by forcing ambient air into the motor
interior and over the rotor and stator. So these motors are typically used
indoors where the air is reasonably clean, non corrosive and free of spraying
water.
Weather Protected Type I (WPI) motors are also open motors. But the
ventilation system is designed to minimize the effects of moisture and
airborne particles. The mechanical and electrical components are also
resistant to contaminated atmospheric conditions.
When selecting a WPI motor, the user needs to be aware that moisture and
particulates in the atmosphere can still build up on the rotor and stator.
Eventually, this can restrict air flow and limit heat dissipation in the rotor and
stator. Over time this may cause the motor to run hotter and reduce its life.
However this condition can be mitigated by periodic service that includes
cleaning the interior components including the rotor and stator.
All things considered, WPI motor applications are typically limited to clean, dry and indoor applications.
Energy Efficient 6600 volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
250
RPM
3600
1800
1200
900
187
E5008
—
—
—
300
224
E5008
E5010
—
—
350
261
E5008
E5010
—
—
400
298
E5008
E5010
E5808
E5810
450
336
E5008
E5010
E5808
E5810
500
373
E5008
E5010
E5808
E5810
600
448
E5808
E5012
E5810
E5810
700
522
E5808
E5012
E5810
E5812
800
600
E5808
E5808
E5810
E5812
900
671
E5810
E5808
E5812
E5812
1000
746
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
1250
933
E5810
E5810
6811
6811
1500
1119
6811
E5812
6811
6811
1750
1305
6811
E5812
6811
—
2000
1492
6813
6813
—
—
2250
1678
6813
6813
—
—
2500
1865
6813
—
—
—
Note: Data subject to change without notice. Contact a Baldor office for latest capabilities.
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WPII
Standard Frame Selections
Weather Protected Type II (WPII) motors are cooled with ambient air. But they are also
designed with a ventilation system that routes particulates present in the ambient air to be
discharged without getting into the motor interior housing and its electrical components.
This is achieved with a top hood or bonnet mounted over the motor housing and a baffling
system that reduces the air velocity thereby allowing heavier particles to settle. Ventilation
is provided by a shaft mounted fan located inside the housing.
WPII motors are typically used for outdoor applications, although filters are highly
recommended.
Baldor•Reliance WPII top hoods for O5800 and O6800 frames are uniquely designed
with a crowned top and 11 gage steel. Drip shields are provided to protect the filter
access doors. The filter access doors are hinged and filters can be changed while the motor is running. Customers also benefit from superior
noise suppression material in the top hood, a very robust method for attaching the hood to the housing and an easy hood mounting scheme. Noise
suppression is improved further by an additional baffle on the hood exhaust rather than simple direct air discharge.
Enclosure enhancements are available such as stainless steel hardware, tropical protection for shipping, arctic and marine duty provisions, abrasive
treatment for the motor windings and ingress protection.
Energy Efficient 460 or 575 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
112
150
187
224
261
298
336
373
448
522
600
671
RPM
3600
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5010
5808S/E5010
5808S/E5808
O5808
1800
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5012
5810L/E5012
5810L/O5808
1200
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5010
E5012
5810L/O5810
5810L/O5810
5812L/E5810
900
E5006
E5006
E5008
5810L/E5010
5810L/E5012
5810L/E5012
5810L/5808/E5012
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
1200
E5006
E5006
E5006
5810L/E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
E5010
5808/E5012
5810L/O5810
5810L/O5810
5812L/E5812
E5812
O5812
6811
6811
6813
—
—
—
—
900
E5006
E5006
E5008
5810L/E5010
5810L/E5012
5810L/E5012
5812L/E5808
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5812
E5812
E5812
6811
6811
—
—
—
—
—
—
Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
3000
112
150
187
224
261
298
336
373
448
522
600
671
746
933
1119
1305
1492
1678
1865
2051
2238
RPM
3600
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5010
5808S/E5010
E5808
5808S/O5808
5810S/O5808
5810S/O5810
O5810
O5812
O5812
6811
6811
6811
6811
1800
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5006
E5008
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5012
5810L/E5012
5810L/O5808
5810L/O5810
5812L/O5812
O5812
O5812
6811
6811
6811
—
—
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WPII
Standard Frame Selections
Energy Efficient 6600 volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
250
187
300
224
350
RPM
3600
1800
1200
900
E5008
—
—
—
E5008
E5010
—
—
261
E5008
E5010
—
—
400
298
E5008
E5010
O5808
E5810
450
336
E5008
E5010
O5808
E5810
500
373
E5008
E5010
O5808
E5810
600
448
E5808
E5010
O5810
E5810
700
522
E5808
E5012
O5810
E5812
800
600
E5808
E5012
O5810
E5812
900
671
E5810
E5808
O5812
E5812
1000
746
E5810
E5010
O5812
6811
1250
933
E5810
E5810
6811
6811
1500
1119
E5810
E5810
6811
—
1750
1305
E5810
E5812
6811
—
2000
1492
6811
E5812
—
—
2250
1678
6811
—
—
—
Note: Data subject to change without notice. Contact a Baldor office for latest capabilities.
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TEFC — Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled
Standard Frame Selections
Totally enclosed motors are completely enclosed so ambient air does not pass over interior
components. Cooling is provided by a shaft mounted external fan that blows air over the
ribbed housing.
The enclosed families of motors serve industry applications requiring protection against
corrosion caused by severe and harsh environmental operating conditions. Typical applications
include Petrochemical plants, mines, foundries, pulp and paper plants, waste management
facilities and other critical processes.
Energy Efficient 460 or 575 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
RPM
Hp
kW
3600
1800
1200
900
150
112
E449
E449
E449
G5008
200
150
E449
E449
G5008
G5008
250
187
G5008
G5008
G5008
G5010
300
224
G5008
G5008
G5010
G5010
350
261
G5008
G5008
G5010
G5012
400
298
G5010
G5008
G5012
G5012
450
336
G5010
G5010
G5012
G5012
500
373
G5010
G5010
G5012
G5012
600
448
G5012/G5810
G5012
G5012
G5000/G5810
700
522
G5012/G5810
G5012
G5000/G5810
G5000/G5810
800
600
G5012/G5810
G5012
G5000/G5810
G5800/G500S
900
671
G5012/G5810
G5012
G5800/G500S
G5800/G500S
Note: Data subject to change without notice. Contact a Baldor office for latest capabilities.
This is an API 541 TEFC G500M motor operating a compressor in a petroleum refinery.
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TEFC — Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled
Standard Frame Selections
Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
150
RPM
3600
1800
1200
900
112
449TS/E449
449T/E449
449T/E449
G5008
200
150
449TS/E449
449T/E449
G5008
G5008
250
187
G5008
G5008
G5008
G5010
300
224
G5008
G5008
G5010
G5010
350
261
G5008
G5008
G5010
G5012
400
298
G5010
G5008
G5012
G5012
450
336
G5010
G5010
G5012
G5012
500
373
G5010
G5010
G5012
G5012
600
448
G5010
G5012
G5012
G5810
700
522
G5810
G5012
G5810
G5810
800
600
G5810
G5012
G5810
G500S
900
671
G5810
G5012
G500S
G500S
1000
746
G500M
G5810
G500S
G500S
1250
932
G500M
G5810
G500S
G500M
1500
1119
G500M
G500M
G500M
G500M
1750
1305
—
G500M
G500M
—
2000
1492
—
G500M
—
—
2250
1678
—
G500M
—
—
Energy Efficient 6600 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
RPM
Hp
kW
150
112
200
150
—
—
—
—
250
187
G5010
G5010
G5810
G5810
300
224
G5010
G5010
G5810
G5810
350
261
G5010
G5010
G5810
G5810
400
298
G5010
G5010
G5810
G5810
450
336
G5010
G5012
G5810
G5810
500
373
G5810
G5012
G5810
G5810
600
448
G5810
G5012
G5810
G500S
700
522
G5810
G5012
G500S
G500S
800
600
G5810
G5810
G500S
G500S
900
671
G500M
G5810
G500S
G500M
1000
746
G500M
G5810
G500S
G500M
1250
932
G500M
G500M
G500M
G500M
1500
1119
G500M
G500M
G500M
—
1750
1305
—
G500M
—
—
2000
1492
—
—
—
—
2250
1678
—
—
—
—
3600
1800
1200
900
—
—
—
—
Note: Data subject to change without notice.
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TEAAC — Totally Enclosed Air to Air Cooled
Standard Frame Selections
Totally Enclosed Air to Air Cooled motors are completely enclosed so ambient air does not pass over interior components. Cooling air for the rotor
and stator is provided by a shaft mounted fan mounted inside the motor housing. The air is routed through an air to air heat exchanger mounted on
top of the motor frame so cooling air is self contained and free of ambient air moisture and particulates. A second fan is mounted outside the motor
housing to supply air to the heat exchanger.
Because they are capable of operating in either a clockwise or counter-clockwise direction (except 9500 frame), Baldor•Reliance TEAAC motors
experience better rotor temperature stability and longer winding life. Tests have shown that unidirectionally cooled motors typically have at least 10
degrees C differential from one end of the core to the other. This results in higher temperatures for one end of the stator which potentially can limit
motor life. This is one more example of Baldor’s ability to find unique design solutions that yield reliable performance in tough applications.
Energy Efficient 460 or 575 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.0 SF
Hp
kW
400
450
RPM
3600
1800
1200
298
E5808
—
—
—
336
E5808
—
—
E5810
500
373
E5808
—
E5810
E5810
600
448
E5808
E5808
E5810
E5810
700
522
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5812
800
600
E5808
E5810
E5812
E5812
900
671
E5810
E5810
E5812
—
1000
746
—
—
—
—
1250
933
—
—
—
—
Note: Data subject to change without notice.
Contact a Baldor office for latest capabilities.
30
900
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Standard Frame Selections
Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
400
450
RPM
3600
1800
1200
900
298
E5808
—
—
—
336
E5808
—
—
E5810
500
373
E5808
—
E5810
E5810
600
448
E5808
E5808
E5810
E5810
700
522
E5808
E5810
E5810
E5812
800
600
E5808
E5810
E5812
E5812 (1)
900
671
E5810
E5810
E5812 (1)
6811
1000
746
E5810
E5810
E5812 (1)
6811 (1)
1250
932
6811
E5812
6813
—
1500
1119
6811
6811
6813
—
1750
1305
6811
6811 (1)
—
—
2000
1492
6811
—
—
—
2250
1678
6811 (1)
—
—
—
Energy Efficient 6600 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
RPM
Hp
kW
3600
1200
900
900
671
—
—
6811 (1)
1000
746
6811
—
6811
1250
932
6811
6813
—
1500
1119
6811
6813
—
1750
1305
6811
—
—
2000
1492
6811 (1)
—
—
2250
1678
6811
—
—
Note: (1) Standard for I-O SF only.
Sleeve bearings required. Data subject to change without notice.
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Explosion Proof Motors – Div 1, Class I, Group C & D
Standard Frame Selections
Baldor•Reliance Explosion Proof Motors are designed for long life in the
unique and challenging environment that combines a volatile gaseous
or vapor atmosphere even when salt water conditions are a factor.
Baldor•Reliance explosion proof motors operate worldwide in petrochemical applications such as drill rig service, bulk fuel terminals and
transfer stations. Baldor•Reliance is also highly regarded in critical
process industries including above and below ground mining as well
as grain storage and conveyance.
ABB hazardous duty motors are available with ATEX approval.
Energy Efficient 460 or 575 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.0 SF
Hp
kW
RPM
3600
1800
1200
900
150
112
E449
E449
E449
E5010
200
150
E449
E449
E5010
E5010
250
187
E5010
E5010
E5010
E5810
300
224
E5010
E5010
E5810
E5810
350
261
E5010
E5010
E5810
E5810
400
298
E5010
E5010
E5810
E5810
450
336
E5010
E5810
E5810
E5810
500
373
—
E5810
E5810
E5810 *
600
448
—
E5810
E5810
—
700
522
—
E5810
E5810 *
—
800
600
—
E5810 *
—
—
Note: Data subject to change without notice.
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* Denotes copper bar rotor
Energy Efficient 6600 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.0 SF
32
Hp
kW
250
187
RPM
3600
1800
1200
900
E5010
E5010
E5810
E5810
300
224
E5010
E5010
E5810
E5810
350
261
E5010
E5010
E5810
E5810
E5810
400
298
—
E5810
E5810
450
336
—
E5810
E5810
—
500
373
—
E5810
—
—
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TEFC Energy Efficient 460 Volts, 3 Phase, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Amps @ 460V
Hp
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
kW
149
187
224
261
298
336
373
RPM
Frame
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
Efficiency %
1/2
3/4
Power Factor %
Full
Load
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
1790
G5008
239
1512
586
92.8
94.1
94.5
70.1
79.1
83
1193
G5008
234
1468
881
93.2
94.3
94.5
74.5
82
84.9
894
G5008
259
1430
1174
94
94.8
94.8
60.3
71
76.2
3576
G5008
284
1920
367
91.14
93
93.7
76.8
84.9
88.1
1790
G5008
304
1854
733
93.2
94.4
94.7
66.4
76.9
81.3
1193
G5008
291
1896
1100
93.7
94.7
94.8
74.1
81.9
84.9
894
G5008
318
1672
1469
94.6
95.1
95
62.8
72.8
77.4
3575
G5008
332
2174
441
92.2
93.7
94.2
80.7
87.4
89.8
1788
G5008
347
1953
881
94.4
95.2
95.2
75.2
82.8
85.1
1193
G5008
351
2408
1320
94.4
95.1
95.2
71.8
80.4
84
894
G5010
378
2040
1762
94.8
95.3
95.2
63.9
73.7
78.1
3575
G5008
382
2544
514
93
94.3
94.7
82
88.3
90.4
1790
G5008
404
2557
1027
94.7
95.5
95.5
73.6
82
85
1193
G5010
399
2516
1541
94.8
95.4
95.3
77.2
83.8
86.1
894
G5010
450
2506
2055
94.9
95.4
95.3
60.9
71.5
76.4
3574
G5008
439
2793
588
92.9
94.2
94.5
81.6
88.1
90.2
1790
G5008
465
2883
1173
94.9
95.6
95.6
73
81.1
84.3
1193
G5010
455
2887
1761
95
95.6
95.5
77.6
84
86.3
78.4
894
G5012
501
2728
2349
95.2
95.6
95.4
64.5
74.1
3575
G5010
494
3214
661
93.4
94.5
94.8
80.9
87.7
90
1790
G5008
515
3138
1320
95.3
95.8
95.8
75.7
82.8
85.4
1193
G5012
511
3407
1980
95.1
95.6
95.5
76.8
83.7
86.3
895
G5012
580
3338
2642
95
95.5
95.4
60.2
71
76.2
3576
G5010
545
3628
734
93.8
94.8
95
81.4
88.1
90.3
1790
G5010
574
3757
1466
94.4
95.3
95.5
74.6
82.7
85.5
1193
G5012
564
3653
2201
95.4
95.8
95.6
78.5
84.7
86.8
897
G5012
670
3995
2929
94.6
95.5
95.7
53.6
66.1
73
3576
G5010
646
4336
881
94.5
95.3
95.4
84.1
89.3
91.2
G5010
675
4137
1760
95.1
95.7
95.7
79.2
85
87
600
448
1790
1195
G5012
667
4364
2637
95.4
95.9
95.9
79.6
85.8
87.8
700
522
1790
G5012
783
5087
2053
95.5
96
95.9
79.4
85.3
87.2
800
600
1790
G5012
892
5460
2347
95.7
96.1
96
80.5
85.9
87.5
900
671
1793
G5012
990
6762
2636
95.8
96.4
96.4
79.7
86.2
88.3
Note: If data is not shown, contact a Baldor office.
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TEFC Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
kW
149
187
224
261
298
336
373
448
522
600
671
Amps @ 2300V
Amps @ 4000V
RPM
Frame
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Full
Load
3575
G5008
46
294
26
Efficiency %
Locked
Rotor
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
169
294
89.2
91.6
92.5
76.5
84.3
87.4
1789
G5008
47
293
27
168
587
92.5
93.8
94.1
73.4
81.8
85.1
1192
G5008
47
289
27
166
881
92.7
93.8
93.9
74.2
81.7
84.7
894
G5008
51
290
29
167
1173
93.1
94.2
94.3
61.5
72.9
78
3575
G5008
59
374
34
215
367
89.5
91.8
92.6
73
82.1
86
1789
G5008
59
359
34
206
734
93.4
94.4
94.5
71.9
80.2
83.5
1192
G5008
59
369
34
212
1101
93.4
94.2
94.3
74.1
81.7
84.6
77.7
894
G5010
64
358
37
206
1468
94
94.7
94.6
63.1
73.2
3575
G5008
69
441
40
254
441
90.8
92.7
93.3
76.1
84.3
87.6
1789
G5008
72
440
41
253
880
93.6
94.5
94.7
69.8
78.8
82.6
1192
G5010
70
461
40
265
1321
93.8
94.6
94.6
73.7
81.6
84.6
894
G5010
76
435
44
250
1762
94.4
95
94.8
63.8
73.7
78.4
3575
G5008
79
496
45
285
514
91.8
93.4
93.9
79
86.2
88.8
1789
G5008
82
514
47
296
1027
94.3
95
95.1
72.2
80.5
83.8
1192
G5010
81
518
47
298
1542
94.3
94.9
94.9
75.6
82.7
85.4
894
G5012
89
524
51
301
2056
94.4
95
94.9
62.4
72.8
77.6
3578
G5010
90
592
52
340
588
92.4
93.8
94.2
77.4
85.3
88.3
1789
G5008
93
589
53
339
1174
94.7
95.3
95.3
73.4
81.3
84.4
85.2
1192
G5012
93
626
53
360
1761
94.4
95.1
95
74.8
82.3
894
G5012
101
605
58
348
2350
94.6
95.1
95
63.1
73.3
78
3578
G5010
101
702
58
404
661
92.9
94.2
94.6
76.9
85.1
88.3
1789
G5010
104
671
60
386
1320
93.9
94.8
95
74.3
82.4
85.1
1192
G5012
103
688
59
396
1982
94.7
95.2
95.1
75.6
82.9
85.7
77.3
894
G5012
114
684
66
393
2644
95
95.4
95.3
61.8
72.4
3577
G5010
111
750
64
431
734
93.4
94.5
94.8
79.5
86.8
89.4
1789
G5010
115
723
66
416
1468
94.3
95.1
95.1
75.9
83.4
85.7
1192
G5012
115
787
66
453
2201
95.1
95.6
95.4
75
82.5
85.3
896
G5810
125
711
72
409
2931
94.7
95.4
95.4
62.9
73.8
78.8
3576
G5010
132
875
76
503
881
94.3
95.1
95.2
80.1
87.3
89.7
1790
G5012
138
915
79
526
1760
94.7
95.4
95.4
75.6
82.8
85.5
1195
G5012
136
953
78
548
2637
95
95.7
95.7
75.1
83.1
86.2
894
G5810
149
727
86
418
3523
94.9
95.5
95.3
68
76.3
79.3
3581
G5810
156
969
90
557
1027
94.8
95.5
95.6
79.3
85.9
88.2
1789
G5012
159
1056
91
607
2054
95.1
95.7
95.6
77.1
83.8
86.1
1194
G5810
161
995
93
572
3079
95.2
95.7
95.7
75.3
82.4
85
897
G5810
174
987
100
568
4099
94.8
95.6
95.8
64.1
74.2
78.6
3582
G5810
177
1122
102
645
1173
95.1
95.8
95.8
79.7
86
88.3
1789
G5012
181
1182
104
680
2347
95.6
96
95.9
77.6
84.1
86.5
1196
G5810
183
1163
105
669
3513
95.4
96.1
96.2
75.8
82.8
85.2
898
G500S
194
1192
112
685
4681
94.7
95.6
95.9
67.5
76.9
80.7
3586
G5810
196
1231
113
708
1318
95.3
96.1
96.2
81.5
87.3
89.3
1792
G5012
200
1353
115
778
2638
95.8
96.3
96.2
78.6
85.4
87.7
1197
G500S
202
1308
116
752
3951
94.6
95.5
95.8
79.3
85.2
87
898
G500S
216
1342
124
772
5266
95
95.8
96
68.4
77.6
81.2
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Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
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TEFC Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF (continued)
Hp
1000
1250
1500
kW
746
932
1119
Amps @ 2300V*
Amps @ 4000V
RPM
Frame
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Full
Load
3591
G500M
222
1394
128
Efficiency %
Power Factor %
Locked
Rotor
Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
802
1462
92.6
94.5
95.3
81.2
96.8
88.7
1792
G5810
224
1341
129
771
2930
95.7
96.2
96.1
78
84.6
86.9
1197
G500S
223
1438
128
827
4389
94.9
95.8
96
80.6
86
87.5
897
G500M
238
1342
137
772
5853
95.6
96.2
96.2
71.2
79.1
81.9
3592
G500M
274
1757
158
1010
1828
93.7
95.2
95.9
81.6
87.1
89
1794
G5810
276
1704
159
980
3660
96.3
96.8
96.7
81.2
86.4
87.7
1197
G500S
278
1752
160
1007
5486
95.6
96.3
96.3
80.8
86.1
87.4
898
G500M
299
1812
172
1042
7314
95.5
96.2
96.4
69.3
78
81.4
3592
G500M
328
2181
189
1254
2194
94.6
95.8
96.3
80.9
86.8
88.9
1796
G500M
335
2146
193
1234
4388
95.3
96.2
96.4
79.2
85.1
87
1197
G500M
333
2290
191
1317
6581
95.7
96.3
96.4
79.6
85.6
87.4
1795
G500M
388
2369
223
1362
5119
95.8
96.5
96.6
80.9
86.1
87.4
1197
G500M
388
2642
223
1519
7678
95.9
96.5
96.6
80.1
85.9
87.6
1750
1305
2000
1492
1796
G500M
441
2850
254
1639
5849
96.3
97
97.2
80
85.7
87.3
2250
1678
1796
G500M
498
3201
286
1841
6581
96.3
97
97.2
79.6
85.4
87.1
ODP/WPI Energy Efficient 460 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Amps @ 460V
Hp
kW
500
373
600
448
Efficiency %
Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
1/2
3459
732
3381
1467
652
4068
658
3476
RPM
Frame
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
3550
E5008
532
1780
E5008
582
3550
E5010
1780
E5010
Power Factor %
3/4
Full
Load
1/2
95.4
96
95.8
95.2
95.5
95.8
882
95.1
95.9
1760
96.2
96.4
Bearings
3/4
Full
Load
D.E.
O.D.E.
82
88
90
6217
6217
80
82
85
6222
6222
95.8
87
89
90
6217
6217
96.2
87
90
90
6222
6222
ODP/WPI Energy Efficient, 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
kW
300
224
400
298
500
373
600
448
RPM
Frame
3560
1785
3580
1790
3580
1790
3580
1790
E449
E449
E449
E5008
E5008
E5008
E5010
E5010
Amps @ 4000V
Full
Locked
Load
Rotor
37
240
38
224
49
557
52
329
61
401
64
427
72
462
76
416
Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
442
883
587
1174
735
1468
881
1763
Efficiency %
1/2
3/4
92.7
94.1
94
93.3
95.2
93.7
94.7
93.7
93.8
94.6
94.8
95.1
95.6
94.5
95.5
94.8
Power Factor %
Full
Load
94.1
94.5
95
95
95.4
95
95.8
95.4
1/2
3/4
85
82
84
81
85
82
84
80
89
87
88
86
88
85
88
85
Bearings
Full
Load
92
89
90
86
90
87
90
88
D.E.
O.D.E.
6314
6222
6217
6222
6217
6222
6217
6222
6314
6222
6217
6222
6217
6222
6217
6222
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ODP/WPI Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
700
800
900
1000
kW
150
187
224
261
298
336
373
448
522
600
671
746
Amps @ 2300V
Amps @ 4000V
RPM
Frame
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
Efficiency %
1/2
3565
E447
49
262
28
151
295
1780
E447
47
266
27
153
590
1189
5006
46
296
26
170
890
5006
51
273
29
3567
E449
59
336
1780
E449
57
1189
5006
889
3/4
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
91.4
92.9
93.1
67.2
77.8
82.4
93.5
94.1
93.9
75.3
82.5
85.1
883
92.5
93.4
93.4
78
84.4
86.7
157
1180
92.6
93.4
93.3
63.5
73.9
78.9
34
193
368
92.6
93.7
93.8
70.4
80.2
84.3
337
33
194
738
94.3
94.7
94.4
78.3
84.5
86.5
59
378
34
217
1104
92.1
93.2
93.3
73.1
81.2
84.5
5008
66
339
38
195
1476
92.6
93.4
93.2
59.3
70.7
76.6
3566
E449
71
411
41
236
442
93
93.9
94
70.6
80.5
84.6
1781
E449
68
421
39
242
885
94.6
94.9
94.6
79.3
85.2
87.1
1186
5006
71
442
41
254
1328
92.8
93.5
93.3
72.2
80.8
84.3
889
5010
75
391
43
225
1773
93.6
94
93.6
65.4
75.3
79.8
3568
E449
80
514
46
296
515
93.8
94.6
94.5
74.3
83.2
86.6
1782
5006
79
489
45
281
1031
93.6
94.3
94.1
82.5
87.3
88.6
1184
5008
83
483
48
278
1552
93.4
93.8
93.4
74.1
81.9
85
888
5010
86
423
49
243
2071
94.2
94.3
93.8
69.7
78.2
81.6
3568
E449
90
579
52
333
589
94.4
95
94.8
77.3
85.1
87.9
1778
5008
93
532
53
306
1181
94.1
94.6
94.4
74.8
82.5
85.5
1186
5010
93
611
53
351
1771
93.9
94.3
94
75.6
83.1
86.1
889
5012
98
547
56
315
2362
94.3
94.6
94.2
68
77.2
81.3
3571
5008
99
661
57
380
661
94.7
95.1
95
81.1
87
89.1
1778
5008
105
592
60
340
1329
94.2
94.6
94.4
73.8
81.8
85
1186
5010
103
699
59
402
1992
94.2
94.6
94.3
77.2
84.2
86.8
80.3
889
5012
112
625
64
359
2657
94.1
94.5
94.1
65.7
75.7
3572
5008
115
738
66
424
735
94
94.8
94.8
74.4
82.6
86
1778
5008
118
662
68
381
1476
94.1
94.6
94.3
71.8
80.5
84.1
1186
5010
114
749
66
431
2215
94.5
94.7
94.3
78.8
85.2
87.4
888
5012
121
644
70
370
2956
94.5
94.7
94.2
69.6
78.3
81.9
3571
5010
135
845
78
486
882
94.7
95.2
95.1
78.4
85.1
87.7
1777
5010
138
813
79
467
1772
94.9
95.1
94.8
75.4
83
85.9
1185
5012
135
888
78
511
2658
94.8
94.9
94.4
80.4
86.1
88
888
5810
143
745
82
428
3547
94.9
94.9
94.4
71.3
79.6
83
3573
5010
157
1039
90
597
1028
94.8
95.4
95.3
78.2
85.1
87.8
1776
5010
159
935
91
538
2069
95.2
95.3
94.9
78.1
84.8
87.1
1185
5810
157
799
90
459
3102
94.7
94.8
94.4
81.5
86.8
88.4
889
5810
166
918
95
528
4135
95.2
95.3
94.8
71.7
80
83.4
3577
5808
184
1022
106
588
1174
94.3
95.1
95.2
72.5
81.8
85.5
1778
5012
181
1175
104
676
2361
95.4
95.5
95.2
76.7
84
86.9
1186
5810
178
993
102
571
3541
95
95.2
94.8
81.3
86.8
88.7
889
5812
188
1042
108
599
4727
95.4
95.4
94.9
72.6
80.6
83.8
3574
5810
198
1016
114
584
1322
95.1
95.6
95.5
82.2
87.4
89.1
1777
5012
202
1286
116
739
2658
95.7
95.7
95.3
78.7
85.3
87.6
1186
5810
201
1164
116
669
3982
95
95.2
94.9
80.1
86.2
88.3
889
5812
215
1259
124
724
5312
95.2
95.4
94.9
69.3
78.5
82.5
3575
5810
223
1213
128
697
1469
94.9
95.5
95.5
78.6
85.3
87.7
1779
5808
226
1104
130
635
2952
94.9
95.1
94.8
80.2
85.8
87.5
1186
5812
221
1318
127
758
4424
95.2
95.4
95
81.8
87.3
89.1
888
5812
234
1290
135
742
5910
95.8
95.7
95.1
73.8
81.4
84.3
Note: Data subject to change without notice. If data is not shown, contact a Baldor office. Contact a Baldor office for latest capabilities.
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Power Factor %
Full
Load
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ODP/WPI Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF (continued)
Hp
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
3000
kW
933
1119
1305
1492
1678
1865
2238
Amps @ 2300V
Amps @ 4000V
RPM
Frame
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
Efficiency %
1/2
3575
5810
281
1495
162
860
1836
1778
5810
276
1426
159
820
1187
5812
276
1700
159
978
893
5812
281
1629
162
3580
5810
330
1771
1780
5812
329
1915
1191
5812
324
894
6811
3584
Power Factor %
3/4
Full
Load
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
95.2
95.7
95.6
77.6
84.6
87.2
3691
95.6
95.6
95.2
83.4
87.9
89.1
5529
95.4
95.5
95.1
81.3
87
89
937
7348
94.8
95.4
95.4
78.4
85.1
87.3
190
1018
2200
95.1
95.8
95.9
81.7
87.2
88.8
189
1101
4423
95.8
95.9
95.5
82.9
87.9
89.4
2079
186
1195
6617
95.2
95.7
95.5
86.5
90.1
90.9
334
1976
192
1136
8816
95.1
95.6
95.5
79.8
86
88
5812
380
2302
219
1324
2564
95.7
96.3
96.4
82.3
87.8
89.6
1780
5812
383
2339
220
1345
5159
95.9
96
95.6
82.5
87.8
89.5
1190
6811
376
2355
216
1354
7721
95.5
95.8
95.6
87.3
90.5
91.1
3589
5812
439
2616
252
1504
2928
95.1
96.1
96.4
79
86
88.6
1789
5812
440
2836
253
1631
5872
96.2
96.6
96.5
81.7
86.9
88.3
1191
6813
429
2689
247
1546
8822
95.6
95.9
95.7
87.5
90.6
91.1
3587
5812
492
2719
283
1563
3296
95.3
96.3
96.5
80.1
86.5
88.7
1790
6811
488
3218
281
1850
6603
96.3
96.7
96.6
84.3
88.5
89.5
3580
5812
531
3316
305
1907
3668
96.1
96.6
96.6
85.5
90
91.3
1790
6811
539
3699
310
2127
7334
96.5
96.9
96.7
84.5
88.7
89.7
3580
6811
637
3547
366
2040
4401
96.4
96.9
96.9
86.3
90.2
91.1
1789
6813
644
3919
370
2253
8807
97.1
97.2
96.9
87
89.8
90
WPII Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF
Hp
200
250
300
350
400
450
kW
150
187
224
261
298
336
Amps @ 2300V
Amps @ 4000V
RPM
Frame
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Full
Load
Locked
Rotor
Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
Efficiency %
1/2
3572
5006
47
285
27
164
294
1784
5006
46
289
26
166
588
1189
5006
46
296
26
170
890
5006
51
273
29
3573
5006
58
382
1785
5006
57
1187
5006
889
Power Factor %
3/4
Full
Load
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
92.1
93.4
93.7
71.5
80.7
84.6
91.6
93
93.2
77.2
84
86.5
883
92.5
93.4
93.4
78
84.4
86.7
157
1180
92.6
93.4
93.3
63.5
73.9
78.9
33
220
367
92.7
93.9
94.1
71.7
81.1
85.1
384
33
221
735
92.3
93.4
93.6
77.2
84.8
87.2
58
374
33
215
1105
92.9
93.6
93.5
75.5
83
85.9
5008
63
339
36
195
1476
93.4
94
93.7
64.9
75
79.7
3572
5006
68
443
39
255
441
93.8
94.6
94.6
77.6
85
87.8
1782
5006
67
407
39
234
884
93.6
94.2
94
83.7
88
89
1185
5006
70
424
40
244
1329
93.4
93.9
93.5
76.1
83.3
86
890
5010
75
423
43
243
1770
93.8
94.2
94
65.4
75.5
80.1
3571
5006
79
509
45
293
514
93.9
94.7
94.7
75.9
84
87.1
1783
5006
78
512
45
294
1030
93.8
94.5
94.3
82.9
87.7
89
1186
5008
81
530
47
305
1549
93.7
94.2
93.9
75.4
83
86
888
5012
84
428
48
246
2070
94.6
94.7
94.1
72.6
80.1
82.9
3566
5006
90
519
52
298
589
94.2
94.7
94.5
78.8
85.3
87.7
1778
5008
93
532
53
306
1181
94.1
94.6
94.4
74.8
82.5
85.5
1186
5010
91
617
52
355
1770
94.4
94.7
94.3
79.1
85.4
87.6
889
5012
98
547
56
315
2362
94.3
94.6
94.2
68
77.2
81.3
3571
5008
99
661
57
380
661
94.7
95.1
95
81.1
87
89.1
1778
5008
105
592
60
340
1329
94.2
94.6
94.4
73.8
81.8
85
1185
5010
101
656
58
377
1994
94.7
94.8
94.3
80.9
86.4
88.1
890
5012
111
644
64
370
2656
94.3
94.6
94.3
66.8
76.5
80.9
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WPII Energy Efficient 2300 or 4000 Volts, 60 Hz, 1.15 SF (continued)
Full
Load
RPM
3572
5008
115
738
66
424
500
373
1778
5008
116
679
67
390
1186
5012
112
758
64
436
3571
5010
135
845
78
486
1777
5010
138
813
79
1186
5012
134
943
888
5810
143
3573
5010
1777
889
700
800
900
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
38
Amps @ 4000V
Full
Load
kW
600
448
522
600
671
746
932
1119
1305
1492
1678
2500
1865
3000
2237
Frame
Amps @ 2300V
Hp
Locked
Rotor
Locked
Rotor
Rated
Torque
Lb. Ft.
Efficiency %
Power Factor %
1/2
3/4
Full
Load
735
94
94.8
94.8
74.4
82.6
86
1476
94.5
94.9
94.6
74.2
82.2
85.4
2214
94.7
94.8
94.3
81.5
86.8
88.5
882
94.7
95.2
95.1
78.4
85.1
87.7
467
1772
94.9
95.1
94.8
75.4
83
85.9
77
542
2656
94.9
95
94.6
80.7
86.4
88.3
745
82
428
3547
94.9
94.9
94.4
71.3
79.6
83
157
1039
90
597
1028
94.8
95.4
95.3
78.2
85.1
87.8
5012
157
979
90
563
2067
95.5
95.5
95.1
79.1
85.5
87.7
5810
166
918
95
528
4135
95.2
95.3
94.8
71.7
80
83.4
3573
O5808
184
980
106
564
1176
94.3
95.1
95.1
73.9
82.5
85.6
1784
O5808
186
995
107
572
2356
94.5
95
94.9
73.2
81.4
84.7
889
5812
188
1042
108
599
4727
95.4
95.4
94.9
72.6
80.6
83.8
3567
O5808
209
1109
120
638
1325
93.5
94.4
94.5
73.7
82.2
85.3
1785
O5808
210
1172
121
674
2649
94.6
95.1
95
72.6
81.1
84.7
889
5812
215
1259
124
724
5312
95.2
95.4
94.9
69.3
78.5
82.5
3565
O5808
233
1165
134
670
1473
93.7
94.5
94.6
73.8
82.1
85.1
1782
O5808
228
1114
131
641
2949
95.3
95.5
95.1
77.8
84.2
86.3
888
5812
225
1290
129
742
5910
95.8
95.7
95.1
73.8
81.4
84.3
3574
O5810
279
1544
160
888
1837
95.5
95.9
95.8
78.7
85.3
87.6
1786
O5810
288
1823
166
1048
3677
95.1
95.6
95.5
72.5
81.3
85.1
894
5812
282
1853
162
1065
7341
94.6
95.4
95.4
76
83.9
86.9
3572
O5810
332
1727
191
993
2205
95.8
96
95.8
80.8
86.5
88.2
1788
O5810
333
1970
191
1133
4408
96.2
96.5
95.7
83.8
89
88.1
1191
5812
337
2079
194
1195
6617
95.2
95.7
95.7
86.5
90.1
87
894
6811
336
2170
193
1248
8810
94.9
95.6
95.6
77.7
85
87.6
3580
O5810
389
2189
224
1259
2568
95.8
96.3
96.2
78.5
85.3
87.5
1784
O5812
384
2340
221
1346
5153
96.3
96.3
96
81.8
87.2
89
1191
6811
374
2459
215
1414
7716
95.6
95.9
95.8
87.7
90.8
91.4
3583
O5812
430
2713
247
1560
2930
96.2
96.6
96.6
83.8
88.7
90.2
1784
O5812
446
2731
256
1570
5889
95.9
96.1
95.8
78.6
85.3
87.7
1191
6813
427
2729
246
1569
8820
96
96.2
95.9
87.8
90.9
91.4
3582
O5812
486
2935
279
1688
3299
96.2
96.6
96.5
83.6
88.5
89.9
1789
O5812
487
3106
280
1786
6609
96.1
96.4
96.3
82
88.1
90
3582
O5812
543
3206
312
1843
3666
96.4
96.7
96.6
82.5
87.7
89.3
1790
6811
538
3565
309
2050
7336
96.8
97
96.8
85.2
89
89.8
3580
6811
637
3547
366
2040
4401
96.4
96.9
96.9
86.3
90.2
91.1
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Variable Speed Superiority
As mentioned earlier, energy consumption is by far the biggest cost
associated with electric motor ownership. With the potential to save
more than half of the energy used, it’s no surprise that adjustable
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and drives affords customers a unique value opportunity.
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continuous constant torque operation at zero speed found on Drill Rig
Top Drive applications.
Single point of contact
The combined power of the ABB/Baldor drive and motor offering is
geared to deliver on customer expectations. Together, we can deliver
motor-drive solutions that support our customers technical and
commercial needs, from quotation, through delivery and service, over
the entire product life-cycle.
Before the motor is selected for a variable speed application, it’s
important to understand the following:
• Is this a variable or constant torque load?
• What is the minimum and maximum speed?
• What is the overload percent and time?
Even when the application appears to be routine, years of ASD
experience have taught Baldor to be cautious when designing Large
AC Inverter Duty Motors. The ability to meet these rigorous demands
is achieved by designing the following attributes into every Duty
Master Inverter Duty motor:
• Class II high strength shaft material to help offset fatigue created
by instantaneous ripple torques
• True thermal capability where each VSD motor is designed
to operate continuously at the lowest possible speed where
reduced air flow can cause overheating
• An insulation system designed to handle the higher voltage
stress caused by non sine wave power into the motor, including
glass served wire and 3.5 p.u. (per unit) surge protection
• Power dense designs for applications where fast response to
speed commands and high torque is required. Where size and
space are important, these power dense designs can result in a
motor that is up to three sizes below conventional NEMA Frame
motors
• Insulated bearings on both ends of the motor to prevent shaft
currents from damaging the motor bearings or driven equipment
bearings
Matched Performance
To further ensure design integrity and optimum performance, the ACS
2000 drive and Baldor•Reliance motors have undergone a rigorous
set of combined test in the Kings Mountain test facility, bringing the
quality story full circle. Our Matched Performance products ensure
performance predictability on every ABB/Baldor customer application.
Installation and commissioning
Proper installation and commissioning of the equipment, done by
qualified and certified commissioning engineers, reduces start-up
time, increases safety and reliability and decreases life cycle costs.
In addition, operators can be given practical training by experienced
specialists on site.
With its advanced software tools, such as the commissioning wizard,
start-up of an ACS 2000 and Baldor•Reliance motor is fast and easy,
which minimizes plant downtime.
Training
We provide comprehensive training for our motors and drives products.
A range of training programs is offered from basic tutorials to programs
tailored to the customer’s specific needs.
Life cycle management
ABB’s life cycle management model maximizes the value of the
equipment and maintenance investment by maintaining high
availability, eliminating unplanned repair costs and extending the
lifetime of the system. Life cycle management services include:
– spare parts and product support throughout the life cycle
– maintenance contracts for improved reliability
– remote monitoring and advanced diagnostic tools
– functionality upgrades
Global network, local presence
After-sales service is an integral part of providing the customer with a
reliable and efficient motor drive system. The ABB Group of companies
operates in more than 100 countries and has a worldwide network of
service operations.
Made in the USA
ABB‘s ACS 2000 drives and Baldor•Reliance motors are manufactured
in the United States. Not only does that reduce delivery times and
transportation costs, it also affords opportunities where content
requirements demand locally produced products.
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ODP / WPI 5000
Drawing 616160-002
Frame
Bearings
C
B
2F
K
XBA
N
N-W
U
5006Y
Anti Friction
47.75
25.75
20.00
10.00
19.50
11.25
11.00
3.75
5006Z
Anti Friction
43.75
25.75
20.00
10.00
15.50
7.25
7.00
4.13
5006S
Anti Friction
43.75
25.75
20.00
10.00
15.50
7.25
7.00
2.38
5008Y
Anti Friction
52.75
30.75
25.00
8.00
19.50
11.25
11.00
3.75
5008Z
Anti Friction
48.75
30.75
25.00
8.00
15.50
7.25
7.00
4.13
5008S
Anti Friction
48.75
30.75
25.00
8.00
15.50
7.25
7.00
2.38
5010Y
Anti Friction
59.75
37.75
32.00
11.50
19.50
11.25
11.00
3.75
5010Z
Anti Friction
55.75
37.75
32.00
11.50
15.50
7.25
7.00
4.13
5010S
Anti Friction
55.75
37.75
32.00
11.50
15.50
7.25
7.00
2.38
5012Y
Anti Friction
67.75
45.75
40.00
11.50
19.50
11.25
11.00
3.75
5012Z
Anti Friction
63.75
45.75
40.00
11.50
15.50
7.25
7.00
4.13
5006Z
Sleeve
43.88
25.75
20.00
10.00
15.50
7.12
7.00
3.63
5006S
Sleeve
43.88
25.75
20.00
10.00
15.50
7.12
7.00
2.88
5008Z
Sleeve
48.88
30.75
25.00
8.00
15.50
7.12
7.00
3.63
5008S
Sleeve
48.88
30.75
25.00
8.00
15.50
7.12
7.00
2.88
5010Z
Sleeve
55.88
37.75
32.00
11.50
15.50
7.12
7.00
3.63
5010S
Sleeve
55.88
37.75
32.00
11.50
15.50
7.12
7.00
2.88
5012Z
Sleeve
63.88
45.75
40.00
11.50
15.50
7.12
7.00
3.63
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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ODP / WPI E5800
Drawing 616160-004
Frame
5808S
5808
5810S
5810
5812S
5812
5808S
5808S
5810S
5810S
5812S
5812S
Bearings
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
C
54.88
58.88
62.88
66.88
71.88
75.88
54.75
54.75
62.75
62.75
71.75
71.75
B
33.50
33.50
41.50
41.50
45.00
45.00
33.50
33.50
41.50
41.50
50.50
50.50
2F
28.00
28.00
36.00
36.00
45.00
45.00
28.00
28.00
36.00
36.00
45.00
45.00
K
9.50
9.50
9.50
9.50
9.50
9.50
9.25
9.25
9.25
9.25
9.25
9.25
XBA
17.00
21.00
17.00
21.00
17.00
21.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
N
7.12
11.12
7.12
11.12
7.12
11.12
7.25
7.25
7.25
7.25
7.25
7.25
N-W
6.75
10.75
6.75
10.75
6.75
10.75
7.00
7.00
7.00
7.00
7.00
7.00
U
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
3.63
2.88
3.63
2.88
4.50
3.63
ODP / WPI O5800
Drawing 616160-014
Frame
05808
05810
05812
05808S
05810S
05812S
Bearings
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
C
56.46
63.48
72.48
55.99
63.99
72.99
B
40.13
48.13
57.13
40.13
48.13
57.13
2F
28.00
36.00
45.00
28.00
36.00
45.00
N
8.00
8.00
8.00
12.00
12.00
12.00
U
4.50
4.50
4.50
2.88
2.88
3.63
N
7.32
7.32
7.32
7.56
7.56
7.56
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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WPII 05000
Drawing 616161-001
C
43.00
31.62
29.75
5.75
AIR INLET
EACH END
AIR OUTLET
EACH END
N
47.75
+.000
U –.000
12.50 +.00
–.06
K
5.00
2F
10.00
XBA
B
1.0
1.25
10.00
15/16 DIA.
THRU 4 HOLES
26.00
3/4-10 TAP FOR JACKSCREWS,
1 EACH FOOT, WHEN ORDERED
SEE DRAWING 616171-11 FOR CONDUIT BOX DIMENSIONS.
1.0
BOTTOM VIEW OF FOOT
Frame
Bearings
C
B
2F
K
XBA
N
U
5006Y
Anti Friction
49.12
25.75
20.00
10.00
19.50
10.75
3.75
5006Z
Anti Friction
45.12
25.75
20.00
10.00
15.50
6.75
4.13
5006S
Anti Friction
45.12
25.75
20.00
10.00
15.50
6.75
2.38
5008Y
Anti Friction
54.12
30.75
25.00
8.00
19.50
10.75
3.75
5008Z
Anti Friction
54.12
30.75
25.00
8.00
15.50
6.75
4.13
5008S
Anti Friction
54.12
30.75
25.00
8.00
15.50
6.75
2.38
5010Y
Anti Friction
61.20
37.75
32.00
11.50
19.50
10.75
3.75
5010Z
Anti Friction
57.12
37.75
32.00
11.50
15.50
6.75
4.13
5010S
Anti Friction
57.12
37.75
32.00
11.50
15.50
6.75
2.38
5012Y
Anti Friction
69.12
45.75
40.00
11.50
19.50
10.75
3.75
5012Z
Anti Friction
69.12
45.75
40.00
11.50
15.50
6.75
4.13
5006Z
Sleeve
45.25
25.75
20.00
10.00
15.50
5.62
3.63
5006S
Sleeve
45.25
25.75
20.00
10.00
15.50
5.62
2.88
5008Z
Sleeve
50.25
30.75
25.00
8.00
15.50
5.62
3.63
5008S
Sleeve
50.25
30.75
25.00
8.00
15.50
5.62
2.88
5010Z
Sleeve
57.25
37.75
32.00
11.50
15.50
5.62
3.63
5010S
Sleeve
57.25
37.75
32.00
11.50
15.50
5.62
2.88
5012Z
Sleeve
65.25
45.75
40.00
11.50
15.50
5.62
3.63
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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WPII 05800
Drawing 616161-017
Frame
Bearings
C
B
2F
U
O5808
Anti Friction
55.99
40.13
28.00
4.50
O5810
Anti Friction
63.99
48.13
36.00
4.50
O5812
Anti Friction
72.99
57.13
45.00
4.50
O5808
Sleeve
58.50
40.13
28.00
2.88
O5810
Sleeve
66.50
48.13
36.00
2.88
O5812
Sleeve
75.50
57.13
45.00
2.88
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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TEFC 447 - 449
Drawing 616524-010
Frame
B
C
2F
U
N-W
D
447T
22.5
48.50
20.00
3.38
8.50
11.00
11.00
447TS
22.5
44.65
20.00
2.38
4.75
449T
27.5
53.40
25.00
3.38
8.50
11.00
449TS
27.5
49.65
25.00
2.28
4.75
11.00
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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TEFC G5000 – Anti Friction Bearing
Drawings 616868
Drawing
Number
616868-024
616868-017
616868-022
616868-010
616868-003
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Frame
G5008S
G5008Y
G5010S
G5010Y
G5012Y
Number
of Poles
2
4
2
4
4
Bearings
C
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
60.14
64.14
67.14
71.14
79.14
Dual Foot Mount Holes
2F
X2F
25.00
22.00
25.00
22.00
32.00
28.00
32.00
28.00
40.00
36.00
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XBA
N
U
15.50
19.50
15.50
19.50
19.50
6.84
10.84
6.84
10.84
10.84
2.38
4.13
2.38
4.13
4.13
Typical Dimensions
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TEFC G5000 – Sleeve Bearing
Drawings 616868
Drawing
Number
616868-038
616868-044
616868-036
616868-042
616868-040
Frame
G5008S
G5008Z
G5010S
G5010Z
G5012Z
Number of
Poles
2
4
2
4
4
Bearing
C
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
68.79
68.79
75.79
75.79
83.79
Dual Foot Mount Holes
2F
X2F
25.00
22.00
25.00
22.00
32.00
28.00
32.00
28.00
40.00
36.00
U
2.38
3.63
2.38
3.63
3.63
TEFC G5800
Drawings 616164-024 and 616164-026
Drawing Number
Frame
Number of Poles
Bearing
C
N
U
XBA
616164-024
G5810S
2
Anti Friction
616164-024
G5810L
4
Anti Friction
86.07
9.20
4.13
18.93
90.81
13.94
4.13
616164-026
G5810S
2
23.68
Sleeve
88.00
4.5
2.38
17.00
616164-026
G5810Z
2
Sleeve
89.00
6.50
3.63
18.93
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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TEFC G50
Drawing 616164-019 and 616164-023
Drawing
Number
Frame
Number of
Poles
Bearings
C
B
Dual Foot Mount Holes
2F
X2F
N
U
616164-019
SG50
4
Anti Friction
106.44
57.25
49.21
39.37
10.38
4.73
616164-019
MG50
4
Anti Friction
120.18
71.00
62.99
55.12
10.38
4.73
616164-023
SG50
4
Sleeve
108.62
57.25
49.21
39.37
10.71
3.54
616164-023
MG50
4
Sleeve
122.37
71.00
62.99
55.12
10.71
3.54
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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TEAAC E5800
Drawing 616166-001 and 616166-002
Drawing
Number
616166-001
616166-001
616166-001
616166-001
616166-001
616166-001
616166-001
616166-002
616166-002
616166-002
616166-002
616166-002
616166-002
Frame
E5808S
E5808S
E5808
E5810S
E5810S
E5910
E5912S
E5808S
E5808S
E5810S
E5810S
E5912S
E5912S
Number of
Poles
2
2
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Bearings
C
B
2F
XAD
U
XBA
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Anti Friction
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
Sleeve
78.00
78.00
82.00
86.00
86.00
90.00
95.00
78.00
78.00
86.00
86.00
95.00
95.00
33.50
33.50
33.50
41.50
41.50
41.50
50.50
33.50
33.50
41.50
41.50
50.50
50.50
28.00
28.00
28.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
45.00
28.00
28.00
36.00
36.00
45.00
45.00
11.50
11.50
11.50
15.50
15.50
15.50
20.00
11.50
11.50
15.50
15.50
20.00
20.00
4.50
2.38
4.50
4.50
2.38
4.50
4.50
3.63
2.88
3.63
2.88
4.50
3.63
17.00
17.00
21.00
17.00
17.00
21.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
17.00
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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EXPLOSION PROOF DIV I 440
Drawing 616525-035
Frame
447TY
447TZ
449TY
449TZ
C
48.40
44.65
53.40
49.65
B
22.50
22.50
27.50
27.50
2F
20.00
20.00
25.00
25.00
N
8.50
4.75
8.50
4.75
N-W
8.50
4.75
8.50
4.75
U
3.88
2.88
3.88
2.88
EXPLOSION PROOF DIV I 5000/5800
Drawings 616165-002 and 616165-004
Frame
5010Y
5010Z
5010S
5012Y
5010Z
5810
5810S
C
65.00
61.00
61.00
73.00
69.00
87.25
82.50
B
37.75
37.75
37.75
45.75
37.75
41.50
41.50
2F
32.00
32.00
32.00
40.00
40.00
36.00
36.00
U
3.75
4.13
2.38
3.75
4.13
4.13
4.13
XBA
19.50
15.50
15.50
19.50
15.50
24.25
19.50
D
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
12.50
14.50
14.50
N
10.82
6.82
6.82
10.20
6.20
11.75
7.00
Note: Drawings shown are for reference only. Please contact Baldor for a detailed dimensional drawing of the specific motor you require. Dimensions are in inches.
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WPII 6811 2-Pole and 4-Pole (See Bottom View below)
Drawings S101001-020 and S101001-021
Drawing Number
Number of Poles
V
C
S101001-020
2-Pole
6.25
88.88
S101001-021
4 Pole and Slower
7.50
90.88
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WPII 6813 2-Pole and 4-Pole (See Bottom View below)
Drawings S101001-022 and S101001-023
Drawing Number
Number of Poles
V
C
S101001-022
2-Pole
6.25
101.88
S101001-023
4 Pole and Slower
7.50
103.98
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TEAAC 6811 2-Pole and 4-Pole (See Bottom View below)
Drawings S101001-024 and S101001-025
Drawing Number
Number of Poles
V
C
S101001-024
2-Pole
6.25
115.02
S101001-025
4 Pole and Slower
7.00
117.02
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teaac 6813 2-Pole and 4-Pole (See Bottom View below)
Drawings S101001-028 and S101001-029
Drawing Number
Number of Poles
V
C
S101001-028
2-Pole
6.25
88.88
S101001-029
4 Pole and Slower
7.50
90.88
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Most Common Main Power Connection Diagrams
for Baldor•Reliance Motors
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World Wide locations, or visit www.baldor.com
UNITED STATES
ARIZONA
PHOENIX
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FAX: 602-470-0464
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CoMMerCe, CA 90040
PHoNe: 323-724-6771
FAX: 323-721-5859
GEORGIA
ATLANTA
62 teCHNoLoGy Drive
ALPHArettA, GA 30005
PHoNe: 770-772-7000
FAX: 770-772-7200
MINNESOTA
MINNEAPOLIS
13098 GeorGe Weber Dr,
Suite 400
roGerS, MN 55374
PHoNe: 763-428-3633
FAX: 763-428-4551
ILLINOIS
CHICAGO
340 reMiNGtoN bLvD.
boLiNGbrook, iL 60440
PHoNe: 630-296-1400
FAX: 630-226-9420
INDIANA
INDIANAPOLIS
5525 W. MiNNeSotA Street
iNDiANAPoLiS, iN 46241
PHoNe: 317-246-5100
FAX: 317-246-5110
MISSOURI
ST LOUIS
13678 LAkeFroNt Drive
eArtH City, Mo 63045
PHoNe: 314-373-3032
FAX: 314-373-3038
KANSAS CITY
1501 beDForD AveNue
NortH kANSAS City, Mo 64116
PHoNe: 816-587-0272
FAX: 816-587-3735
OREGON
PORTLAND
12651 Se CAPPS roAD
CLACkAMAS, or 97015
PHoNe: 503-691-9010
FAX: 503-691-9012
INTERNATIONAL SALES
FORT SMITH, AR
P.o. boX 2400
Fort SMitH, Ar 72902
PHoNe: 479-646-4711
FAX: 479-648-5895
PENNSYLVANIA
PHILADELPHIA
1035 tHoMAS buSCH
MeMoriAL HiGHWAy
PeNNSAukeN, NJ 08110
PHoNe: 856-661-1442
FAX: 856-663-6363
CANADA
EDMONTON, ALBERTA
4053-92 Street
eDMoNtoN, ALbertA t6e 6r8
PHoNe: 780-434-4900
FAX: 780-438-2600
PITTSBURGH
159 ProMiNeNCe Drive
NeW keNSiNGtoN, PA 15068
PHoNe: 724-889-0092
FAX: 724-889-0094
TORONTO
OAKVILLE, ONTARIO
2750 CoveNtry roAD
oAkviLLe, oNtArio L6H 6r1
PHoNe: 905-829-3301
FAX: 905-829-3302
IOWA
DES MOINES
1943 HuLL AveNue
DeS MoiNeS, iA 50313
PHoNe: 515-263-6929
FAX: 515-263-6515
NEW YORK
AUBURN
oNe eLLiS Drive
AuburN, Ny 13021
PHoNe: 315-255-3403
FAX: 315-253-9923
TENNESSEE
MEMPHIS
4000 WiNCHeSter roAD
MeMPHiS, tN 38118
PHoNe: 901-365-2020
FAX: 901-365-3914
MONTREAL, QUEBEC
5155 J-ArMAND boMbArDier
SAiNt-Hubert, QuébeC
CANADA J3Z 1G4
PHoNe: 514-933-2711
FAX: 514-933-8639
COLORADO
DENVER
3855 ForeSt Street
DeNver, Co 80207
PHoNe: 303-623-0127
FAX: 303-595-3772
MARYLAND
BALTIMORE
6660 SANtA bArbArA rD.
SuiteS 22-24
eLkriDGe, MD 21075
PHoNe: 410-579-2135
FAX: 410-579-2677
NORTH CAROLINA
GREENSBORO
1220 rotHerWooD roAD
GreeNSboro, NC 27406
PHoNe: 336-272-6104
FAX: 336-273-6628
TEXAS
DALLAS
2920 114tH Street Suite 100
GrAND PrAirie, tX 75050
PHoNe: 214-634-7271
FAX: 214-634-8874
VANCOUVER,
BRITISH COLUMBIA
1538 kebet WAy
Port CoQuitLAM,
britiSH CoLuMbiA v3C 5M5
PHoNe 604-421-2822
FAX: 604-421-3113
CONNECTICUT
WALLINGFORD
65 SoutH turNPike roAD
WALLiNGForD, Ct 06492
PHoNe: 203-269-1354
FAX: 203-269-5485
MASSACHUSETTS
BOSTON
6 PuLLMAN Street
WorCeSter, MA 01606
PHoNe: 508-854-0708
FAX: 508-854-0291
FLORIDA
TAMPA/PUERTO RICO/
VIRGIN ISLANDS
3906 eASt 11tH AveNue
tAMPA, FL 33605
PHoNe: 813-248-5078
FAX: 813-241-9514
MICHIGAN
DETROIT
5993 ProGreSS Drive
SterLiNG HeiGHtS, Mi 48312
PHoNe: 586-978-9800
FAX: 586-978-9969
HAYWARD
21056 ForbeS Street
HAyWArD, CA 94545
PHoNe: 510-785-9900
FAX: 510-785-9910
© Baldor Electric Company
BR435
OHIO
CINCINNATI
2929 CreSCeNtviLLe roAD
WeSt CHeSter, oH 45069
PHoNe: 513-771-2600
FAX: 513-772-2219
CLEVELAND
8929 FreeWAy Drive
MACeDoNiA, oH 44056
PHoNe: 330-468-4777
FAX: 330-468-4778
OKLAHOMA
TULSA
5555 e. 71St St., Suite 9100
tuLSA, ok 74136
PHoNe: 918-366-9320
FAX: 918-366-9338
HOUSTON
10355 W. LittLe york roAD
Suite 300
HouStoN, tX 77041
PHoNe: 281-977-6500
FAX: 281-977-6510
UTAH
SALT LAKE CITY
2230 SoutH MAiN Street
SALt LAke City, ut 84115
PHoNe: 801-832-0127
FAX: 801-832-8911
WISCONSIN
MILWAUKEE
1960 SoutH CALHouN roAD
NeW berLiN, Wi 53151
PHoNe: 262-784-5940
FAX: 262-784-1215
Baldor Electric Company
P.O. Box 2400
Fort Smith, AR 72902-2400 U.S.A.
Ph (479) 646-4711 • Fax (479) 648-5792
International Fax (479) 648-5895
www.baldor.com
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA
54 PriNCeSS Street
WiNNiPeG, MANitobA r3b 1k2
PHoNe: 204-942-5205
FAX: 204-956-4251
MEXICO
LEON, GUANAjUATO
kM. 2.0 bLvD. AeroPuerto
LeoN, GuANAJuAto, CP37545
MeXiCo
PHoNe: +52 477 761 2030
FAX: +52 477 761 2010
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