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TEFC Low Voltage High Thrust with "P" Base

, [VHTP]

HP15 HP through 800 HP Speed1800, 1200 RPM Voltage230/460V Frequency60 Hz.

Features

  • 230/460V Motors Suitable for Partial Winding Start (at 230V Only)
  • Three Phase, 60 Hz, 1.15 Service Factor (Continuous on Sine Wave Power)
  • Inverter Duty (PWM) per NEMA® MG-1 Part 31 at 1.0 Service Factor
  • New Dual Column (60/50 Hz) Design Nameplate as Standard; 50 Hz Data 190/380V at 1.0 S.F.
  • Standard Features: Coupling w/ Gib Key, Non-Sparking Ball Type NRR(2), Drip/Splash Cover, Space Heaters (120V)
  • CSA Certified for Class I, Div. 2, Groups B,C, D; Temp Code T3 Maximum
  • Class F Insulation with Phenolic Alkyd Resin Varnish
  • Class B Temperature Rise
  • NEMA Design B Torques
  • Oversized Main Conduit Box Rotatable in 90 Degree Increments - Fully Gasketed with NPT Threaded Entrance
  • Cast Iron Conduit Box for F#449TP and Below; Steel Plate Conduit Box for F#5000
  • Designed for 40˚C Ambient Temperature
  • Designed for 3300 ft. Elevation
  • Counterclockwise (CCW) Rotation; Viewed from Top
  • Cast Iron Frame & End Brackets
  • 1045 Hollow Carbon Steel Shaft
  • Aluminum Die Cast Squirrel Cage Rotor Construction
  • Paint System: Phenolic Rust Proof Base Plus Polyurethane Top Coat
  • Paint Color: Blue - Munsell 5PB 3/8
  • Guide Bearings: 254 - 286TP frames are Grease Pre-packed Double Shielded Bearings (MULTEMP SRL)
    324TP - 5810P frames are Re-Greasable (Mobil Polyrex™ EM Grease)
  • Thrust Bearings: 254 - 365TP frames are Re-Greasable Angular Contact (Mobil Polyrex™ EM Grease);
    404 - 449TP frames are Oil Lubricated Angular Contact; F#5000 & Above with Spherical Roller or Angular Contact
  • Oil Sight Glass for 324TP Frames and Above
  • Oil Requirements: 300 S.S.U. @ 100°F
  • Grounding Terminal Inside Main Box
  • Stainless Steel Nameplate
  • 12 Leads (PWS on 230V) on 254 - 405TP
    6 Leads on 444TP to 449TP; 5000 Frames and Above with Connection Studs
  • Inverter Duty - 4:1 Variable Torque with NRR; 20:1 Variable Torque without NRR Using Braking in VFD
  • Precautions should be taken to eliminate or reduce shaft currents that may be imposed on the motor
    by the VFD as stated per NEMA MG1, Part 31.4.4.3