Super E Baldor Electric Motors

Restrictions currently exist in the United States concerning power production processes as well as ventilation, heating, and cooling system. In this scenario of massive power use, industrial electric motors play a significant role, consuming approximately 25% of the sold electricity. Moreover, 64% of industrial usage is devoured by motorized machinery. In economically tough times, every penny spent on electricity counts. As a result, many power production companies in states such as Louisiana, Texas, Maine and California turn to Baldor electric motors for cost-effective solutions.

The Baldor Electric Motor

Baldor is not only aware of the issues but actually was among the first to introduce an energy efficient motor back in 1983. In that year, the company debuted their most energy efficient motor – the Super-E motor line. This is the model the company continues to advance and build-on in order to provide their customers with the most energy efficient electric motors in North America.

Super E Electric Motors

Baldor electric motors number in the thousands. However, the Super E line offers their customers their most energy efficient model ever. Super-E motors are:

 * Extremely efficient
 * Run cool
 * Operate longer
 * Superior reliability
 * Constructed of heavy gauge steel frames
 * Built using Low-loss electrical grade laminations steel
 * Available in two types:
o Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC)
o Open Drip Proof (ODP)

The Baldor Super-E electric motor meets and/or exceeds the energy efficiency demands in North America as well as Europe

Baldor Electric Motors

Baldor offers its clients both AC and DC electric motor options. Their Baldor Premium Efficient Super-E Motors offer customers a chance to obtain the powerful performance they want while adhering to energy efficiency savings. The company is heading in this direction. As a result, when customers in Louisiana, Texas and the surrounding area purchase Baldor electric motors, they are not only benefiting themselves and their shareholders but are also addressing the environmental concerns about resource use.