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NEMA PREMIUM EFFICIENCY TEFC - CLOSE COUPLED PUMP MOTOR

NEMA Standard 3-Phase Motors
60Hz, 230/460V or 575V
NEMA Design B or C, Continuous Duty
Class F Insulation, 40°C Ambient, 1.15 S.F.
HPE™ Inverter Duty Wire

 

The Optim® JP is a state-of-the-art machine designed for commercial and industrial close coupled pump applications.

Couple your Optim® JP with our TECO VFD’s for energy savings & speed control. TWMI offers a variety of pump solutions for commercial and industrial applications.

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  • 1-75HP
  • Totally Enclosed IP54 Design
  • 60Hz, 230/460V or 575V
  • Horizontal F1 Mount
  • 3600, 1800 & 1200 RPM
  • NEMA Premium Efficiency
  • 1.15 S.F. Sine Wave Power; 1.0 S.F. VFD Power
  • Class B Temperature Rise
  • Continuous Duty
  • 40°C Ambient
  • Class F Insulation
  • Max Elevation 3300ft
  • Shielded Bearings Frames 140JP(2,4&6Pole)-280JP(4&6Pole) and Open Bearings with Regreaseable Provisions Frames 280JP(2Pole), 320JP
  • Polyrex EM Grease in all Regreaseable Bearings, Multemp SRL Grease in Shielded Bearings
  • Aluminum Rotor
  • Cast-Iron Frame and End Brackets
  • Cast-Iron Fan Cover and Terminal Box
  • Non-Sparking Plastic Fan
  • Number of Leads 230/460V: 9 Leads 1-5HP; 12 Leads 7.5 and Larger; 575V: 3 Leads
  • Solderless Lug Terminals on All Leads
  • Grounding Terminal Inside Main Terminal Box
  • Interchangeable F1 and F2 mounting
  • Paint System: Phenolic Rust Proof Base with Lacquer Top Coat
  • Stainless Steel Nameplate
  • Rubber Flinger on DE Frames 140JP(2,4&6Pole)-280JP(4&6Pole); Steel Flinger on Both Ends 280JP(2Pole), 320JP(2,4&6Pole) and Larger
  • Phenolic Alkyd Resin Varnish
  • *HPE™ High Pulse Endurance Spike Resistant Wire
  • JP Pump Shaft
  • CSA Certified for Class I, Division 2, Groups B, C & D (Class I, Zone 2, Groups IIB+H2, IIB and IIA)
  • *Speed Ranges up to 10:1 CT, and 20:1 VT. Refer to data sheet for rating specific turn down ratios
  • *Meets NEMA MG1 Part 31.4.4.2

* Precautions should be taken to eliminate or reduce voltage spikes and shaft currents that may be imposed on the motor by the VFD as stated per NEMA MG1, Part 31.4.4.

 

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