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#9077 04/16/02 05:20 PM
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Ordered a motor today through Grainger. Noticed several motors on the same page listed for 570Volts. I've just never seen a 570V service before. Where are they used, who has them?

#9078 04/16/02 05:28 PM
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Typically, in the textile industry you will find the 600 volt systems.

#9079 04/16/02 06:59 PM
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They could possibly be for sale to Canada as well. They use 347/600 volt wye systems.


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#9080 04/16/02 08:06 PM
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I've run across one system in 28 years & it was at a coal mine.


Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.
#9081 04/16/02 09:12 PM
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Maybe it's 575 volts. That's a standard nameplate rating for motors operating on 600V distribution--in the same way that 460V motors are intended for 480V systems {or 200V motors for 208V systems.}


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