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        TL、TLKS Series Large Scale Vertical Three-phase Synchronous Motor

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        Tellhow Shenyang Electric Machine has been positively participated in and made great contribution in national water conservancy construction. The vertical synchronous motor TL, TLKS series and vertical asynchronous motor YL, YLKS, YLKK series, with capacity ranges from 500-15000kW, was designed and manufactured by us in reliable manufacture system with sixty years of experience in medium and large high-voltage AC motor according to the water conservancy industry requirements. By using leading technique from both domestic and abroad, our product features are high efficiency, low noise, low vibration, high reliability and easy to install and maintain, which can be used to drive draught fan, water pump, compressor and other water conservancy machines. Our motor power grades, mounting dimensions meet both national and IEC standards, which can be used as the auxiliary motor for export equipment and replacement for import motor respectively.

        rated voltage: 500~15000kW
        power range: 6000V,10000V
        speed: 375, 333, 300, 250, 214, 188, 167, 150, 136, 125r/min
        rated frenquecy: 50Hz,60Hz
        frenquecy: 50Hz,60Hz
        protection grade: IP23,IP44,IP54
        Insulation class: F/B
        duty: S1
        cooling method: IC01,IC81W
        mounting: IM8421
        standards: IEC,GB

        The outdoor series (W), humid tropics series (TH), humid tropics outdoor series (THW) motor performance index, installation and volume dimension are the same as the basic series motor that they are derived from.


        Type introduction


        Electromagnetic diagram by using field-circuit coupling Output curve by electromagnetic calculation
        Shafting analysis