Aurora Motors Vertical Hollow Shaft Pump Motors
Aurora Motors Vertical Hollow Shaft Motors are primarily used for deep well turbine pump applications. These motors are built for standard efficiency, high efficiency and premium efficiency. They are built for low starting torque, high breakdown torque, quiet running, low vibration and low temperature rise. They are relied upon to give long and trouble free service under strenuous conditions with minimal maintenance.
Aurora Motors Vertical Hollow Shaft Pumps Applications
- Water and Waste Water
- Pulp and Paper Mills
- Well Drilling
Aurora Motors Vertical Hollow Shaft Pumps Features
- Quality Construction
- UL Certified for Both Construction and Efficiency Levels
- UL Approved Insulation System (NEMA MG-1 Part 31 Inverter Duty)
- Non-Hygroscopic Epoxy Varnish
- Dual Air Flow System
- Superior Durability
- Cast-Iron Construction
- Durable FRP Top Cover
- Oversized Conduit Box
- Precision Vibration Tolerance of no more than .00085"
- Built-In Protection
- Positive Temperature Coefficient Thermistors
- 120V Space Heaters Standard on all HP Ratings
- Forged Ballomatic Nonreverse Ratchets
- Insulated Thrust Bearings
Aurora Motors Vertical Hollow Shaft Pumps Specifications
- BODY CONSTRUCTION: Cast Iron
- HORSEPOWER: 7.5 HP
- VOLTAGE: 3ø, 230/460V
- RPM: 1800
- AMP DRAW (full load): 12.8
- LEADS: 12 Lead
- FRAME: 213TP
Aurora Motors Vertical Hollow Shaft Pumps Performance
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Vertical Hollow Shaft Pump Motors
Aurora Motors warranties all of its motor/products against defects in material and workmanship provided the motor/product has properly been cared for, installed and operated in the application for which the motor/product was designed. Aurora Motors warranties its motor/products for 12 months after the date of installation or 24 months from the date of shipment, whichever expires first. THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE IN LIEU OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED INCLUDING BUT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED EXPRESSED OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Defective motor/products must be taken to an independent repair facility authorized by Aurora Motors, for inspection or returned to Aurora Motors, for completion of warranty. Any and all repairs must have a written authorization by Aurora Motors prior to such repair.
To claim a warranty on any motor/products, the purchaser must provide the original invoice, date of installation, speculated cost of repair (authorized repair facility) and photographs/video of failure, which do support the warranty claim. Aurora Motors we will be responsible for repairs or replacing the defective motor/product provided that the motor/product has an Aurora Motors NAMEPLATE ON IT, HAS NEVER BEEN ALTERED, and is returned. FREIGHT THAT IS PRE-PAID WILL NEED TO OBTAIN A RETURN MERCHANDISE AUTHORIZATION NUMBER (R.M.A.) BEFORE RETURNING THE MOTOR/PRODUCT. Aurora Motors is not responsible for any expenses in connection with any repair made by anyone other than the factory or an authorized service facility. Aurora Motors is not responsible for removal, installation, or other incidental expenses incurred in shipping the motor/products to or from Aurora Motors. In a motor/product application the thermistor and space heater should be utilized for warranty inspection as well.
Aurora Motors assumes no responsibility for consequential or incidental damage, including, but not limited to, personal injury or labor costs arising from an operating failure of the motor/product for any reason whatsoever nor does it assume responsibility for improper storage and handling by distributor and/or user. Also, for warranty purposes, customer must be ready to provide relevant data to Aurora Motors such as the end user and installer contact information, (preferably at the time of installation). Before a warranty can be determined, the warranty department needs documentation of what application the motor/product was being utilized for, the date the motor/product was purchased, the date the motor/product was installed and if all wiring was properly connected, and if both of the thermistor and space heater had been installed correctly, and if the motor/product had been properly filled with oil, and a complete description of the speculated cause of failure to be presented to Aurora Motors as well.