Product Description

Small AC 3 Phase Vertical Electric Vibration Motor (YZUL)

Product classification: accessories series
YZUL series vertical vibration motor series is a special asynchronous motor designed for rotary vibration screen, which combines power source and vibration source. It can also be used on other vibration equipment with similar motion track requirements to the rotary vibration screen, and its efficacy is equivalent to that of ordinary rotary motor
 

Product introduction

YZUL series vertical vibration motor series is a special asynchronous motor designed for rotary vibration screen, which combines power source and vibration source. It can also be used on other vibrating equipment with similar motion track requirements to the rotary screen, and its efficacy is equivalent to the combination of vertical vibration exciters driven by ordinary rotary motors.
YZUL series vertical vibration motor is installed vertically, and its structural characteristics, service conditions and main performance are the same as YZO series horizontal vibration motor.

See the attached table for the technical parameters and installation dimensions of YZUL series vertical vibration motor:

Technical Parameter
 

Serial number  Model Exciting Force
(KN)
Power
(KW)
 Synchronous Speed
(rpm)
Installation Dimension(mm) Overall Dimension(mm)
φ3 N φ φ1 φ2 L1 L2 L3
1 1-4 1 0.12 1500 165 4 12 190 138 231 170 104
2 3-4 3 0.18 210 6 13 240 150 270 155 90
3 5-4 5 0.25 230 6 17 260 190 330 185 120
4 10-4 10 0.55 270 6 17 300 200 388 220 140
5 20-4 20 1.1 315 6 22 370 230 490 280 150
6 30-4 30 1.5 315 6 22 370 230 510 300 170
7 40-4 40 1.85 315 6 22 370 270 510 330 150
8 50-4 50 2.2 380 6 30 445 325 610 350 220
9 75-4 75 3.7 380 6 30 450 325 720 420 268
Note: It can be redesigned according to the special needs of users

Applicable industries

       Chemical industry: resin powder, pigment, washing powder, micro powder, paint, soda ash, lemon powder, rubber, plastic, etc.
       Abrasives, ceramic industry: alumina, quartz sand, mud, sprayed soil particles, etc.
       Food industry: sugar, salt, alkali, monosodium glutamate, milk powder, soy milk, yeast, fruit juice, soy sauce, vinegar, etc.
       Paper industry: coating paint, clay mud, black and white liquid, waste liquid, papermaking liquid, wastewater recycling, etc.
       Metallurgical industry: titanium oxide, zinc oxide, electromagnetic materials, metal powder, electrode powder, etc.
       Pharmaceutical industry: Chinese medicine powder, Chinese medicine liquid, Western medicine powder, Western medicine liquid, Chinese and Western medicine granules, etc.
       Environmental protection: garbage, human and animal excrement, and urine, waste oil, food wastewater, wastewater processing, etc.

 

Processing process

 

 

Production workshop

 

This is our inner workhouse.
some small equipment or parts will be made from here.
There are cranes, laser cutting machines, electric welding machines, platen machines, angle grinders, polishing machines, forklifts, and other equipment.

  

 

 

Packaging & Shipping

 

After you place the order and pay the deposit, we will start to arrange the production and contact the CHINAMFG freight transportation agency to reserve the position. Two days before the end of production, you need to complete the final payment. Then, we inform the CHINAMFG cargo transportation agent company that it is ready to come to the factory to pull the goods to the port. On the day of delivery, we will send the customer the factory video and pictures, and mark the corresponding English name of each product and product parts with a marker to prevent the customer from not knowing what each part is after receiving the goods. At the same time, we will put the English version of the product instructions in the cargo box. We generally select freight forwarders with preferential prices for customers to deliver goods for you. The shipping method can be FOB or CIF. You can also choose EXW, and then contact the goods agent company yourself.

Customer visit

 

 

FAQ

1. Who are we?
Our headquarters is located in ZheJiang , China, and our factory was established in 2002. At present, there are more than 100 workers, technical engineers, foreign trade sales personnel, and administrative personnel. The factory covers an area of more than 2000 square kilometers and is mainly engaged in vibrating screening and conveying and feeding equipment.

2. How do we guarantee quality?

Always provide pre-production samples before mass production; Always carry out a final inspection before shipment.
3. What can you buy from us?

You can purchase a vibrating screen, roller screens, rotary screens, vacuum conveyors, mixer, and customized vibrating machinery and conveying equipment in our factory.

4. What are our strengths?

As 1 of the old enterprises in the screening industry, Tianfeng has provided a large number of screening equipment and systems at home and abroad. Mass production, rapid delivery, stable quality, affordable price, and excellent after-sales service have become the symbols of Tianfeng.

5. What services can we provide?

Accepted delivery conditions: FOB, CFR, CIF, EXW, CIP, FCA, CPT, DDP, express;
Accepted payment currency: USD, EUR, RMB;
Type of payment accepted: telegraphic transfer, letter of credit, express remittance, credit card, PayPal, Western Union remittance, cash, custody;
Oral: English, Chinese, French.

6. What information do we need to help you choose a perfect machine?

-Name and characteristics of raw materials.
-Purpose of use: remove impurities, filter, and grade.
-Processing capacity: kg/h, L/h.
-Raw material size: (mesh or mm).
-How many floors do you need?
-Voltage, frequency, phase (single-phase or three-phase) Note: You’d better send us the relevant pictures or materials you want to filter, which can ensure that we recommend the appropriate machine for you.
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Application: Industrial
Speed: High Speed
Number of Stator: Three-Phase
Function: Driving
Casing Protection: Explosion-Proof Type
Number of Poles: 2
Customization:
Available

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What factors should be considered when selecting an AC motor for a particular application?

When selecting an AC motor for a particular application, several factors need to be considered to ensure the motor meets the requirements and performs optimally. Here are the key factors to consider:

  1. Power Requirements: Determine the power requirements of the application, including the required torque and speed. The motor should have adequate power output to meet the demands of the specific task. Consider factors such as starting torque, running torque, and speed range to ensure the motor can handle the load effectively.
  2. Motor Type: There are different types of AC motors, including induction motors, synchronous motors, and brushless DC motors. Each type has its own characteristics and advantages. Consider the application’s requirements and factors such as speed control, efficiency, and starting torque to determine the most suitable motor type.
  3. Environmental Conditions: Assess the environmental conditions in which the motor will operate. Factors such as temperature, humidity, dust, and vibration levels can impact motor performance and longevity. Choose a motor that is designed to withstand the specific environmental conditions of the application.
  4. Size and Space Constraints: Consider the available space for motor installation. Ensure that the physical dimensions of the motor, including its length, diameter, and mounting arrangement, are compatible with the available space. Additionally, consider the weight of the motor if it needs to be mounted or transported.
  5. Efficiency: Energy efficiency is an important consideration, as it can impact operational costs and environmental sustainability. Look for motors with high efficiency ratings, which indicate that they convert electrical energy into mechanical energy with minimal energy loss. Energy-efficient motors can lead to cost savings and reduced environmental impact over the motor’s lifespan.
  6. Control and Speed Requirements: Determine if the application requires precise speed control or if a fixed speed motor is sufficient. If variable speed control is needed, consider motors that can be easily controlled using variable frequency drives (VFDs) or other speed control mechanisms. For applications that require high-speed operation, select a motor that can achieve the desired speed range.
  7. Maintenance and Serviceability: Assess the maintenance requirements and serviceability of the motor. Consider factors such as the accessibility of motor components, ease of maintenance, availability of spare parts, and the manufacturer’s reputation for reliability and customer support. A motor that is easy to maintain and service can help minimize downtime and repair costs.
  8. Budget: Consider the budget constraints for the motor selection. Balance the desired features and performance with the available budget. In some cases, investing in a higher quality, more efficient motor upfront can lead to long-term cost savings due to reduced energy consumption and maintenance requirements.

By carefully considering these factors, it is possible to select an AC motor that aligns with the specific requirements of the application, ensuring optimal performance, efficiency, and reliability.

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Are there energy-saving technologies or features available in modern AC motors?

Yes, modern AC motors often incorporate various energy-saving technologies and features designed to improve their efficiency and reduce power consumption. These advancements aim to minimize energy losses and optimize motor performance. Here are some energy-saving technologies and features commonly found in modern AC motors:

  • High-Efficiency Designs: Modern AC motors are often designed with higher efficiency standards compared to older models. These motors are built using advanced materials and optimized designs to reduce energy losses, such as resistive losses in motor windings and mechanical losses due to friction and drag. High-efficiency motors can achieve energy savings by converting a higher percentage of electrical input power into useful mechanical work.
  • Premium Efficiency Standards: International standards and regulations, such as the NEMA Premium® and IE (International Efficiency) classifications, define minimum energy efficiency requirements for AC motors. Premium efficiency motors meet or exceed these standards, offering improved efficiency compared to standard motors. These motors often incorporate design enhancements, such as improved core materials, reduced winding resistance, and optimized ventilation systems, to achieve higher efficiency levels.
  • Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs): VFDs, also known as adjustable speed drives or inverters, are control devices that allow AC motors to operate at variable speeds by adjusting the frequency and voltage of the electrical power supplied to the motor. By matching the motor speed to the load requirements, VFDs can significantly reduce energy consumption. VFDs are particularly effective in applications where the motor operates at a partial load for extended periods, such as HVAC systems, pumps, and fans.
  • Efficient Motor Control Algorithms: Modern motor control algorithms, implemented in motor drives or control systems, optimize motor operation for improved energy efficiency. These algorithms dynamically adjust motor parameters, such as voltage, frequency, and current, based on load conditions, thereby minimizing energy wastage. Advanced control techniques, such as sensorless vector control or field-oriented control, enhance motor performance and efficiency by precisely regulating the motor’s magnetic field.
  • Improved Cooling and Ventilation: Effective cooling and ventilation are crucial for maintaining motor efficiency. Modern AC motors often feature enhanced cooling systems, including improved fan designs, better airflow management, and optimized ventilation paths. Efficient cooling helps prevent motor overheating and reduces losses due to heat dissipation. Some motors also incorporate thermal monitoring and protection mechanisms to avoid excessive temperatures and ensure optimal operating conditions.
  • Bearings and Friction Reduction: Friction losses in bearings and mechanical components can consume significant amounts of energy in AC motors. Modern motors employ advanced bearing technologies, such as sealed or lubrication-free bearings, to reduce friction and minimize energy losses. Additionally, optimized rotor and stator designs, along with improved manufacturing techniques, help reduce mechanical losses and enhance motor efficiency.
  • Power Factor Correction: Power factor is a measure of how effectively electrical power is being utilized. AC motors with poor power factor can contribute to increased reactive power consumption and lower overall power system efficiency. Power factor correction techniques, such as capacitor banks or power factor correction controllers, are often employed to improve power factor and minimize reactive power losses, resulting in more efficient motor operation.

By incorporating these energy-saving technologies and features, modern AC motors can achieve significant improvements in energy efficiency, leading to reduced power consumption and lower operating costs. When considering the use of AC motors, it is advisable to select models that meet or exceed recognized efficiency standards and consult manufacturers or experts to ensure the motor’s compatibility with specific applications and energy-saving requirements.

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How does the speed control mechanism work in AC motors?

The speed control mechanism in AC motors varies depending on the type of motor. Here, we will discuss the speed control methods used in two common types of AC motors: induction motors and synchronous motors.

Speed Control in Induction Motors:

Induction motors are typically designed to operate at a constant speed determined by the frequency of the AC power supply and the number of motor poles. However, there are several methods for controlling the speed of induction motors:

  1. Varying the Frequency: By varying the frequency of the AC power supply, the speed of an induction motor can be adjusted. This method is known as variable frequency drive (VFD) control. VFDs convert the incoming AC power supply into a variable frequency and voltage output, allowing precise control of motor speed. This method is commonly used in industrial applications where speed control is crucial, such as conveyors, pumps, and fans.
  2. Changing the Number of Stator Poles: The speed of an induction motor is inversely proportional to the number of stator poles. By changing the connections of the stator windings or using a motor with a different pole configuration, the speed can be adjusted. However, this method is less commonly used and is typically employed in specialized applications.
  3. Adding External Resistance: In some cases, external resistance can be added to the rotor circuit of an induction motor to control its speed. This method, known as rotor resistance control, involves inserting resistors in series with the rotor windings. By varying the resistance, the rotor current and torque can be adjusted, resulting in speed control. However, this method is less efficient and is mainly used in specific applications where precise control is not required.

Speed Control in Synchronous Motors:

Synchronous motors offer more precise speed control compared to induction motors due to their inherent synchronous operation. The following methods are commonly used for speed control in synchronous motors:

  1. Adjusting the AC Power Frequency: Similar to induction motors, changing the frequency of the AC power supply can control the speed of synchronous motors. By adjusting the power frequency, the synchronous speed of the motor can be altered. This method is often used in applications where precise speed control is required, such as industrial machinery and processes.
  2. Using a Variable Frequency Drive: Variable frequency drives (VFDs) can also be used to control the speed of synchronous motors. By converting the incoming AC power supply into a variable frequency and voltage output, VFDs can adjust the motor speed with high accuracy and efficiency.
  3. DC Field Control: In some synchronous motors, the rotor field is supplied by a direct current (DC) source, allowing for precise control over the motor’s speed. By adjusting the DC field current, the magnetic field strength and speed of the motor can be controlled. This method is commonly used in applications that require fine-tuned speed control, such as industrial processes and high-performance machinery.

These methods provide different ways to control the speed of AC motors, allowing for flexibility and adaptability in various applications. The choice of speed control mechanism depends on factors such as the motor type, desired speed range, accuracy requirements, efficiency considerations, and cost constraints.

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editor by CX 2024-04-16