Visit ABB at Booth 2348 during WEFTEC in Chicago
ABB, a global leader in electric motor manufacturing, is set to feature high-efficiency motor solutions during WEFTEC in Chicago, on October 2-4. Attendees are invited to visit Booth 2348 to learn from ABB experts about the company’s innovative products and services and the essential solutions they provide for water management and wastewater treatment.
ABB’s Global Segment Manager Todd Huston and Global Product Marketing Manager Stefanie Casimir welcome visitors to visit the ABB booth during the show to discuss these featured products and solutions, and their benefits to customers. Private interviews are being offered to the media, which can be scheduled.
Visit Booth 2348 to learn more about the following motors and pumps:
ABB Baldor-Reliance Pump Motors
- ABB Baldor-Reliance IEEE 841XL vertical P-base pump motor
- ABB Baldor-Reliance submersible pump motors
- ABB Baldor-Reliance immersible pump motors
- ABB Baldor-Reliance inverter-duty JM close-coupled pump motors
ABB Baldor-Reliance Motors
EC Titanium Motors
ABB Large Motors
ABB NEMA Motors
ABB is a technology leader in electrification and automation, enabling a more sustainable and resource-efficient future. The company’s solutions connect engineering know-how and software to optimize how things are manufactured, moved, powered and operated. Building on more than 130 years of excellence, ABB’s 105,000 employees are committed to driving innovations that accelerate industrial transformation. www.abb.com
ABB Motion keeps the world turning – while saving energy every day. We innovate and push the boundaries of technology to enable the low-carbon future for customers, industries and societies. With our digitally enabled drives, motors and services, we can deliver the optimum drive and motor solution for a wide range of applications in all industrial segments. Through our global presence, we are always close to serve our customers. ABB Motion achieved revenues of $6.9 billion and an Operational EBITA margin of 17.1 percent in 2021. The Dodge business that was divested at the end of 2021 contributed with revenues of approximately $540 million and supported the Operational EBITA margin by approximately 50 basis points. The business area has roughly 22,000 employees in seven divisions worldwide.