ABB launches new series of high-output motors in India; stock trades higher

ABB’s new range of low voltage IEC induction motors are compactly designed and reduces the overall size of the equipment thus minimizing space and total cost of ownership.

Nov 27, 2020 05:11 IST India Infoline News Service

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Expanding its portfolio with high-output series motors, ABB India Limited has launched a new range of M3BP motors for its industrial customers in India. Offered in 280 – 355 frame size and output ranging from 75kW to 560kW, these reliable and tough made-in-India process performance motors deliver higher output than the defined standard of the same frame size standard motors. Its compact design helps in easy installation, commissioning and maintenance.

The company said in a regulatory filing on Friday that M3BP motors are one of the sturdiest motors available in the market and will help the industrial customers save space and cost. The launch will further strengthen ABB’s presence in segments such as metals, cement, pulp & paper, water & wastewater and applications including fan, pump, compressor, crusher, crane etc.

“The M3BP high output series is a win-win solution for our customers and ABB. We have worked tirelessly over the past few months to bring this offering to the Indian market. The M3BP motors are manufactured at our Bangalore and Faridabad factories, and will help in ramping up volumes,” said Sanjeev Arora, President, Motion Business Area, ABB India.

“This launch reinforces our commitment to offer greater flexibility for specific customer requirements and most demanding environments and applications,” he added.

Designed and built in line with M3BP motors that are currently available at ABB’s global factories, these process performance motors are used to power heavy duty applications in tough environments and to operate critical processes with minimum downtime. Available in wide range of variants and accessory options, the M3BP motors are fit for purpose to provide cost efficient and sustainable solution.

The company further said that customers can enable remote condition monitoring, with the help of ABB Ability smart sensors. The motors comply with the Indian and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards and can been tested with frequency converters for variable speed operation.

At around 11.25 am, ABB India Ltd was trading at Rs1,082.50  per piece up by Rs5.7 or 0.53% from its previous closing of Rs1,076.80 per piece on the BSE.

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