GE Energy's X$D Ultra 841 IEC severe-duty motor delivers operational performance and lower GHG emissions

GE Energy’s X$D Ultra 841 IEC severe-duty motor is designed to meet or exceed the requirements of the IEEE 841-2009 Standard, and is designed and rated for Zone 2 and Division 2 hazardous applications with a T3 (200° C) or lower temperature code. It is also designed to meet or exceed IE3 and NEMA Premium nominal efficiencies and exceeds IEC and NEMA Premium minimum guaranteed efficiencies. The motor features cast-in vibration pads (five radial and at least three axial), and the Draft Angle on top of all mounting feet is 1.50° or less.

GE’s Six Star Bearing System helps to maximize bearing life when combined with a maintenance program, and the GEGARD2400 insulation system exceeds both the IEEE 841-2009 and NEMA MG1-31 specifications and the requirements of the IEC 60034-17 and 60034-18-41 standards. Safety features including a four-point lifting system, cast-in lifting lugs, grease inlet fitting at 12 o’clock and outlet fitting at 4 o’clock or 8 o’clock position, silicon bronze box lug and frame earthing terminals.

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