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Raser's Symetron(TM) technologies more efficiently harness electrical energy in electric motor, controller, and generator technologies.
Raser will announce a new 100-kilowatt AC induction based electric motor design called the Symetron[TM] P-100 in a press conference at the show.
In 2014, Asia Pacific accounted for the highest revenue generating region in world electric motors market followed by Europe.
The industrial sector, which is a major contributor in the country's GDP, accounted for majority of demand for electric motors in 2014, and the sector is anticipated to continue its dominance during the forecast period as well.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Analysis of the Latin American Electric Motors Market, finds that the market earned revenues of $1.
Combining this element gives end users a complete guide to electric motors whether they are specifying a new motor, carrying out maintenance tasks or simply troubleshooting an installed motor and are looking for some guidance.
World Electric Motors (published 10/2013, 425 pages) is available for $6100 from The Freedonia Group, Inc.
General Motors Corporation (GM) (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, is planning to produce its electric motors in-house.
Among the alternatives that such companies are turning to are electric motors, which in today's business climate can offer a number of advantages:
There are more mechanical parts and that allows us to make the electric motors half as big.
As manufacturers progressively increase the efficiency of electric motors, and decrease their coincidental heat output, these systems are rapidly becoming the standard of choice for general dental applications as well.
Once the electric motors are started and running at their asynchronous speed (i.
Formerly these bearing isolators were available only on IEEE 841 electric motors.
Electric motors are being combined with low-oil hydromechanical designs to spawn new types of hybrid clamps.