Three-Phase Induction Motors Master Line

Three-Phase Induction Motors Master Line
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Three-Phase Induction Motors
Master Line
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Three-Phase Induction Motors
Master Line
The Master line (M line) motors stand out for the flexibility of their electrical and mechanical design, adapting to the strictest
operating requirements in different applications.
The result of this innovative development is a product with high efficiency, meeting the requirements of international standards
and in line with the world market trends.
Their design is also flexible about adaptations so as to make them interchangeable with already existing motors, cutting down
operating costs due to downtime to replace motors.
This attests to the commitment WEG has to its customers and the environment, bringing solutions in optimized products and
processes.
Maximum performance of these motors can be achieved through the use of software applications developed in partnership
with universities in Europe, the United States and Brazil which ensure accuracy in the design.
The optimized design, the excellent quality materials used and the strict control of all phases of the manufacturing process
allow WEG motors to be applied in different segments, such as: mining, sanitation, cement, oil and gas, naval, steel, sugar and
ethanol, cellulose and paper, among others. Furthermore, this great versatility allows choosing the most suitable motor for your
application or installation conditions.
In order to meet the most demanding world markets, WEG’s quality system is certified by Bureau Veritas Quality Institute in
compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 50001. The motors of the Master line are also certified by
recognized certifying bodies, including the CSA from Canada, PTB from Germany and Baseefa from the UK.
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Mounting Characteristics
Manufactured in different configurations of cooling methods
and degrees of protection, adapting to the operating and
environmental conditions.
Motors with IEC frame sizes 280 to 500 can be manufactured
with cast iron or welded steel plate frames. For IEC sizes 560
and above, the frames are made of welded steel plates only.
Main mounting features:
g Protection degree IP23, IP24(W), IP55(W), IP56(W), IP65(W)
g Rotor
g Cage
g Rings (winding) - fixed or motorized brush holder
g Bearings
g Hydrodynamic oil-lubricated
g Bearing with lubrication by grease (with taconite seal),
oil or oil mist system
Advantages of using the motors of the Master line:
High performance
g Low noise level
g Simple and reduced maintenance
g Easily interchangeable with existing motors
g Optimized project
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Powers up to 50,000 kW
Voltages from 220 to 13,800 V
Speed from 3,600 to 300 rpm
Terminology
M
G
F
560
Motor Line
M - Master Line
Rotor Type
G - Cage
A - Rings (winding)
Cooling System
A - Open self-ventilated - IP23(W)
P - Open self-ventilated - IP24(W)
D - Self-ventilated, air inlet and outlet by ducts
T - Forced ventilation, air inlet and outlet ducts
V - Forced ventilation, ventilation on the motor and outlet by ducts
F - Self-cooled with air-air heat exchanger on the motor
R - Self-cooled with air-air heat exchanger around the motor
I - Forced ventilation in the internal and external air circuit, air-air heat exchanger
W- Air-water heat exchanger
L - Air-water heat exchanger, forced ventilation in the internal air circuit
Frame
ABNT / IEC (280 to 1800)
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Cooling
The motors of the Master line offer cooling systems which vary according to the type of machine to be driven, application and
environment where they will be installed.
Totally enclosed
Air-air cooling system
g IC 0611
g IP55 / IP56 / IP65
g MGF, MAF
g
g
Totally enclosed
Air-water cooling system
g IC 37A81(W)
g IP55 / IP56 / IP65
g MGW, MAW
g
g
Totally enclosed
Independent ventilation
g Air-water cooling system
g IC 37A86(W)
g IP55 / IP56 / IP65
g MGL, MAL
g
g
Totally enclosed
Independent ventilation
g Air-air cooling system
g IC 0666
g IP55 / IP56 / IP65
g MGI, MAI
g
g
Totally enclosed
Self-cooled by ducts
g IC 31
g IP55 / IP56 / IP65
g MGD, MAD
g
g
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Totally enclosed
Independent ventilation by ducts
g IC 37
g IP55 / IP56 / IP65
g MGT, MAT
g
g
Open (self-ventilated)
IC 01
g IP23(W)
g MGA, MAA
g
g
g
g
g
g
Open (self-ventilated)
IC 01
IP24(W)
MGP, MAP
Open
Independent ventilation
g IC 06
g IP23 without ducts
g IP24(W) with ducts
g MGV, MAV
g
g
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Manufacturing
Frame
Made of welded steel plate or cast iron, it is the structural component of the motor, holding,
supporting and protecting the active magnetic part of the motor. With rugged construction, it
provides the motor with excellent strength and low vibration levels.
Frame
Stator
It is the active magnetic static part of the motor. It consists of a core of pressed steel laminations in
whose slots the coils forming the stator winding are inserted. The stator core is mounted directly in
the frame.
Stator
Winding
The winding process adopted by WEG is especially developed for the voltage and application the
motor is intended for. The low, medium and high voltage motors can have circular and form-wound
coils manufactured of copper wire; after the winding, they are completely insulated with porous
mica tape. Conducting and semi-conducting tapes are also used in the winding process, covering
the coils and ensuring their resistivity.
Winding
Rotor
It is the rotating component of the electric motor. Basically composed of the shaft and a pressed
steel lamination core. In the slots of the core, the cage is mounted – or the rotor coils are inserted,
in the case of wound-rotor motors. The cage can be made of cast aluminum, copper or brass.
The sizing of the rotor is done considering the torque required at the start and operating conditions
of the motor.
In the manufacture of the shaft, ABNT 1040/45, 1524 or 4140H heat-treated materials are used.
Rotor
Insulation System
WEG MICATHERM insulation system is based on the “Vacuum Pressure Impregnation” process
(VPI), which was developed together with the world’s most renowned suppliers of insulating
materials.
Using special epoxy resins, this system ensures perfect insulation of the motor coils, in a process
totally free from emission of gases harmful to the environment.
For many years the VPI process has shown its efficiency and reliability in rotating electrical
machines in many different applications. The insulation system is used in low and high voltage
machines that use form-wound coils of 380 to 15,000 V.
Vacuum impregnation (VPI)
Balancing
WEG uses equipment that allows performing balancing at up to 3,600 rpm.
Computerized balancing equipment allows the accurate balancing of the motors. As a result, WEG
motors present very low vibration levels. The standard balancing is done in two planes, but WEG
can perform the balancing in three planes when required or when specified by the customer.
Balancing
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Applications
Squirrel Cage Motor
Because of the versatility of the design and excellent operating conditions, the motors of the Master line are used in different
industries for driving machines or equipment that require variable or constant torque such as fans, pumps, crushers, belt
conveyors, compressors, mills, mixers and others.
Wound-Rotor Motors
The wound-rotor motors are normally applied in cases where loads have high inertia or with highly resistive torque at startup.
They are also used when there are starting current limitations in the power system.
They are used for driving loads such as: ball mills, cement mills, fans, exhaust fans, shredders and rolling mills, in the cement,
mining and steel industries, among others.
They can be supplied with withdrawable (motorized) brush holders or fixed brush holders, according to the load or operation.
The slip ring tracks are made of copper, a material with excellent electric conductivity.
The wound-rotor motors with withdrawable (motorized) brush holder have important advantages in terms of maintenance,
because they allow the brushes to remain in contact with the slip rings only during the start, minimizing the wear of brushes
and slip rings, thereby extending intervals between maintenance.
Vertical Motors
The motors of the Master line with vertical mounting are designed and manufactured to meet the customer’s requests for
applications in pumps, crushers, mixers and motors.
They can be supplied with deep groove ball bearings, angular contact thrust ball bearings or self-aligning roller bearing,
lubricated with grease or oil, with water cooling.
Motors for Explosive Atmospheres
For applications in explosive atmospheres, WEG manufactures motors with specific safety features, able to operate in
locations where flammable materials are handled, processed or stored, preserving human life and ensuring the integrity of
property.
The motors of the Master line with Ex-e (increased safety), Ex-n (nonincendive) and Ex-p (pressurized) specification meet the
requirements of national and international standards and are tested and approved by certifying bodies recognized worldwide.
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Application Examples
Supply: 9,900 HP, 13,200 V, 8 poles, frame 900
Application: Fan
Supplies: 9,000 kW, 6,600 V, 8 poles, frame 900
Application: Exhaust fan
Supply: 2,000 kW, 11,000 V, 4 poles, frame 560
Application: Water pump
Supply: 6,500 kW, 11,000 V, 6 poles, frame 900
Application: Ball mill
Supply: 14,000 kW, 10,000 V, 4 poles, frame 1000
Application: Test laboratory
Supply: 12,000 kW, 6,000 V, 4 poles, frame 800
Application: Centrifugal compressor
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Accessories and Special Features
The motors of the Master line can be supplied with the accessories and special features listed below, as requested by the
customer. In the specification of the motor, it is important to inform WEG of the accessories and special features to be included
in the motor.
Accessories
g Pt-100 type temperature sensors on the stator windings
g Pt-100 type temperature sensors on the bearings
g Temperature sensors thermocouple-type and thermistors
g Space heater (for dehumidification)
g Brush for grounding the shaft
g Motorized system for lifting brushes
(for wound-rotor motor)
g Vibration sensors
g Accessories for bearings:
g Thermometer
g Thermometer for oil
g Flow switch for oil
g Hydraulic unit for lubrication and oil cooling
g System for injecting oil under pressure to start and stop
the motor (Hydrostatic Jacking)
g Capacitors for correction of power factor or voltage surge
protection
g Lightning arrester for protection against voltage surges
g Current transformers (CT) for measuring or differential
protection
g Temperature sensors for air inlet and outlet (ventilation)
g Indicators of position or speed (encoder or tacogenerator)
g Accessories for air-water heat exchanger:
g Flow switch for water
g Sight glass of water flow
g Temperature sensor for water
g Water leak sensor
g Anchor plate and anchors
g On base
g Ratchet for no rotation reverse
g Other accessories under consultation
Thermometer
Pt-100 on the bearing
Tapered shaft
Special features
g Class H insulation
g Reduced vibration level
g Reduced noise level
g Degree of protection IP56 / IP56(W) / IP65 and IP66(W)
g Hydrodynamic bearings
g Oil-lubricated rolling bearings
g Provision for bearing lubrication by oil mist
g Special shaft:
g Tapered shaft end
g Double shaft end
g Hollow shaft
g Shaft with collar
g Material other than standard
g Modified main terminal box
g Additional main terminal box
g Additional terminal box for neutral or accessories
g Motors for hazardous areas:
g Ex-n (nonincendive)
g Ex-e (increased safety)
g Ex-p (pressurized)
g Class I, division 2
Hydrodynamic bearing
Pressurization system for
hazardous area
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Test Laboratory
WEG motors are tested according to NBR 5383, IEC 60034, NEMA MG 1 and API in a modern laboratory. Having the capacity
to test low and high voltage motors with power up to 20,000 kVA and voltages of up to 15,000 V, WEG test laboratory features
highly accurate test controls and fully computerized monitoring systems.
The tests are divided into three categories: routine, type and special tests. Routine tests are performed in all motors.
In addition to routine tests, type and special tests are usually performed in one of a series of equal Motors or under the
customer’s request.
Routine Tests
g Cold ohmic resistance measurement
g No load test
g Blocked-rotor test
g Applied potential test
g Measurement of insulation resistance
Type Tests
All routine tests
g Measurement of maximum torque
g Temperature rise test
g Test under constant voltage load
g
Special Tests
Noise level measurement
g Shaft voltage measurement
g Overspeed test
g Vibration test
g Cold vibration measurement
g
Surge test
Test laboratory
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Technical Assistance
WEG offers its customers technical support services,
responsible for all the after sales support. General queries
and support in the field are part of those services, including
diagnostics, commissioning of machines and 24-h on call
service. The technical assistance is composed of a trained
and experienced team, able to deal with a wide range of
situations and remote support, using state-of-the-art
equipment, which produces reliable results. It also offers its
network of authorized repair shops, present in Brazil and
worldwide.
Services
WEG, market leader in motors and generators, also offers
services of checkup, restoration and rerating on medium and
large electrical machines performed at our factory or in the
field, including other brands, as follows:
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g
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g
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DC generators and motors
Three-phase induction motors (low, medium and high
voltage/cage or wound-rotor)
Synchronous motors (with or without brushes/low, medium
and high voltage)
Turbogenerators
Hydrogenerators
When performing repair services, WEG uses the same
technology and processes as those used in the manufacture
of new machines.
Parts and Components
After years in operation, the motors of the Master line need restoration to continue working properly.
For this restoration, it is recommended the use of genuine parts supplied by the manufacturer.
WEG’s team is available for immediate support and assistance with the proper identification of components.
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Madrid
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For those countries where there is not a WEG own operation, find our local distributor at www.weg.net.
Grupo WEG - Energy Business Unit
Jaraguá do Sul - SC - Brazil
Phone: +55 47 3276 4000
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