There are many ways to install the motor. The most common ones are horizontal B3, B5 and B35, vertical V1, V3 and V5. What effect does the different installation methods have on the motor itself? What should be focused on in the design, production and quality process control? Today, Ms. participated in the actual case to talk to everyone about the problems that motor people have to face in minutes.
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B3, B5 and B35 are horizontal installations. The main difference is that B3 is mounted on the base of the base, B5 is mounted on the flange end cover, and the B35 is mounted on both the foot and the flange end.
V 1 , V3 and V5 are both vertical installations. V1 uses a flanged end cap to mount the shaft to extend downwards, V3 uses a flanged end cap to mount the shaft to extend upwards, and V5 uses a foot mounting shaft to extend downward.
B35 motor common problems
Relatively speaking, motors that are only mounted on the ground or only with flanges are relatively simple, while B35 motors and vertical mounted motors with foot and flange mounting are more problematic.