Electric Motors and their Rotation

It is in RPM that the rotation of an electric motor is expressed, RPM – revolutions per minute represent the amount of turns in the motor shaft.

Each engine is specific to its task and has its own characteristics of power, shape and size. The speed of rotation of the electric motor is defined by two factors, the frequency of the AC source and the number of magnetic poles of the motor.

The frequency of the mains that the electric motor is connected directly influences the rotation of the motor. In the frequency of 50Hz the synchronous rotation will be 3,000 RPM and in the frequency of 60Hz with 2 poles the synchronous rotation is 3,600 RPM.

The essential feature for the operation of electric motors SealMaster CRSTF-PN22 in appliances is the rotation and this may seem obvious when we observe the operation of fans, blenders, blenders, but it appears disguised in the washing machines or electric windows of automobiles.

Rotating motion can cause the process to advance, swing or return as needed and it can rotate clockwise and counterclockwise as required.