Motors Incorporate Heat Exchanger Cooling
The DWHX cooling system is situated directly at the heat source: the stator windings. Using micro-feature enhancement, it is capable of removing up to 25 times the heat of conventional cooling systems, says the company. Consequently, it provides a five-times increase in torque per volume, allowing the electric motors to produce the same torque in less space than the conventional motor. The Kestrel series motors with direct winding heat exchange are suited for washdown motors and cooling tower motors, according to the manufacturer.
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