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- ItemWashdown Motor
- Motor ApplicationWashdown
- Motor Type3-Phase
- EnclosureTotally Enclosed Nonventilated
- Nameplate RPM1725
- NEMA DesignB
- Full Load Amps2.4-2.3/1.15
- Frame MaterialStainless Steel
- Thermal ProtectionNone
- Service Factor1.15
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C
- Shaft Dia.5/8"
- Shaft Length1-7/8"
- Body Dia.6-9/16"
- Length Less Shaft9-3/8"
- Overall Length11-1/4"
- Insulation ClassF
- RPM Range1701-1800
- Shaft Material303 Stainless Steel
- Conduit BoxOversized Stainless Steel BICB and Threaded Cover with O Ring
- Drain PlugsNone
- EndshieldsStainless Steel
- Nominal Efficiency80.0%
- ApplicationChemical Processing
- IncludesFrame, Base, Conduit Box Cover Endshields and Bearing Carrier Cover
- StandardsUL Recognized (E57948), CSA Certified (LR33543), CSA Energy Efficiency Verification Program (EEV 78720-1), BISSC (769)
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