High-speed solid rotor motor and drive packages for gearless applications

Yaskawa Environmental Energy / The Switch advances the industrial world with high-speed solid rotor motors and variable speed drives for better system efficiency – up to 20,000 rpm. Applications that can benefit include blowers, compressors, pumps, vacuum systems and other high-speed industrial applications.

More compact with superior durability

The solid rotor construction provides high mechanical strength and stability, so higher motor efficiencies can be reached. The structure is also more compact and lighter in weight, requiring up to 50% less space than a conventional design.

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Motor and drive packages

standalone turbo motor and drive

High-speed standalone motor

Setting the new standard to reach higher speeds with solid rotor technology

  • Eliminate the gearbox
  • Superior durability
  • Fewer components, lower maintenance needs
  • Unsurpassed efficiency, 50% more compact
  • Investment payback in 2 years
  • Exceptional reliability

Perfectly paired with drives

Each solid rotor motor can be paired with a matching Yaskawa GA700 drive to create a perfect package for ease of use.

  • Preprogrammed for the specific application
  • Matches the motor precisely with the push of a button
  • Reliable operation in tough environments, such as IEC 60723-3-3, 3C2, 3S2
  • High IP class as standard, higher classes on request

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References

MAN Energy Systems
 

MAN Energy Systems, formerly MAN Turbo, chose our solid rotor technology for a high-power compressor of 8 MW, 10,000–12,000 rpm, for a gas application that survives subsea installation with aggressive gases.

Gardner Denver Pulp & Paper

Gardner Denver Pulp & Paper, formerly Runtech of Finland, has placed continuous volume orders for high-speed motors and drives to be used in its paper machine vacuum systems that run at over 10,000 rpm.

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FIMA, Germany

German FIMA Maschinenbau GmbH, our first chemical industry reference, ordered a series of 200 kW high-speed motors for turbo blowers with a speed of nearly 11,000 rpm.