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What is a single-phase induction motor?

Single-phase induction motors are AC motors in which the windings are located in only one part (normally the stator) and require only one power phase to run. The reason they’re called induction motors is because the non-connected part of the motor (usually the rotor) has its current induced by the electro-magnetic field from the windings.

Single-phase induction motors are commonly used for driving fans but may also be used for other low-power applications such as conveyors and pumps.

Here at Gibbons we have a wide range of high-performance electric motors for sale to suit processes in the manufacturing, food and beverage and agricultural sectors to name just a few. We complement this offering by distributing the latest high-efficiency ABB motors which also cover a multitude of applications.

If you have a technical question about electric motors, or would like a competitive quote, call Paul Scott on 01621 868138 or email paul@gibbonsgroup.co.uk

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