Load influences interfere with electric motor efficiency

When an electric motor is operating under load, the frequency of reversals and matches will be allowed per hour, but they will be lower than the frequency of reversals and matches that occur when the electric motor is empty and this is due to the increase of electromagnetic losses electric motor VL3506 75HP 3450RPM.

To determine the matches and reversions will be necessary to check the power the electric motor provides and the service arrangements that the electric motor will be submitted.

The loss of the three-phase electric induction motor may be in the range of 50% to 150% of nominal load, as it is decayed as the square of the power that is given by the electric motor.

The conjugate acceleration in turn, is nothing more than the difference between the torque of the electric motor with the machine load torque.

Why use electric motor

There are several reasons that may convince you to use the electric motor. The main one is always related to economic efficiency. This machine is one of the most appropriate when it comes to economy and good performance, so it is being increasingly recommended for a variety of processes and products magpowr.

Transport, installation and maintenance of this machine are also points not favorable and that makes the electric motor stand out among other products that have the same functionality it. Worth doing a good analysis of the product to understand why it is worth purchasing the same.

The economy is always the main factor when it comes to using this engine. He is responsible for the transformation of electrical energy into mechanical energy and so can be present both in industrial processes, as well as in various equipment that we use in our day-to-day.

Learn more about the rotor that integrates the electric motor

The DC electric motor also called DC current is an engine that performs its function being assisted by direct current. The DC electric motor is composed of four parts which are: the rotor ring switch, and stator brushes.

The rotor which is also known as armor, has one or more bearings and when these bearings are supplied with power, it creates a magnetic field. The magnetic poles of the rotor field are attracted to the opposite poles that are created by the stator so the rotor turns.


As the electric motor comes into operation, the bearings are always receiving power in sequence and so the magnetic poles that are caused by the rotor can not overcome the poles that are created by the stator. This change of field occurs in the rotor bearings received the switching name.