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API 541 5th Edition Motor Standards

Motors & Drives
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API 541 5th Edition Motor Standards

The new API 541 5th Edition motor standards will require several significant changes in the manufacturing of motors used in oil and gas applications.  Because Baldor engineers participate in the working groups that help establish those standards, we’ve already begun updating our complete line of API 541 motors to meet them.  Let the Baldor pros walk you through the new requirements and explain the changes.

Visit the Baldor website to learn more, www.baldor.com

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