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Information on scope of supply ................................................................. 1

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General ..................................................................................................... 3

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Standard Machines Overview ................................................................... 4

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Output Ranges of AMB 710 Machines...................................................... 6

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Output Ranges of AMC Machines ............................................................ 9

1.6

Type Designation .....................................................................................11

1.7

Design Standards.................................................................................... 12
1.7.1

Catalogue machines from the 60 Hz NEMA/American units list14

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Other standards ....................................................................... 14

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Marine and off-shore................................................................ 14

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Information on local requirements ........................................... 14

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Standard Mounting Arrangements - in accordance with IEC 60034-7 .... 15

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Methods of Ventilation............................................................................. 15

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2.2.1

General .................................................................................... 15

2.2.2

Overview of methods of ventilation.......................................... 16

Cooling and Protection............................................................................ 18
2.3.1

Machines according to IEC-60034 and NEMA MG1 ............... 18

2.3.2

Protection of Machine Parts..................................................... 18

2.3.3

Markings on the Rating Plate .................................................. 18

2.3.4

Designs for converter-fed operation ........................................ 18

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IC01 (complete code IC0A1), IPW24 / WPII............................ 19

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IC31 (complete code IC3A1), IP54 / TEPV.............................. 20

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IC611 (complete code IC6A1A1), IP54 / TEWAC .................... 22

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IC81W (complete code IC8A1W7), IP54 / TEWAC ................. 23

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Thermal time constant at full speed......................................... 25

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Protection of machine parts ..................................................... 25

2.3.11

Markings on the rating plate .................................................... 25

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Designs for converter-fed operation ........................................ 25

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Housing................................................................................................... 26

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Stator Core Pack..................................................................................... 26

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Bearing Endshields ................................................................................. 26

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Sleeve Bearings ...................................................................... 32
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Vertical Mounting, AMB 710.................................................................... 37
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Standard Design ...................................................................... 37

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Special design ......................................................................... 40

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Stator Winding......................................................................................... 47

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Rotor Winding ......................................................................................... 47

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Direction of Rotation According to the Standard IEC 60034-8 ................ 55

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Direction of Rotation According to the Standard NEMA MG 1 ................ 55

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Direction of Rotation of AMB 710 and AMC-Machines ........................... 55

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10.2 Vibration Severity .................................................................................... 57
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Bearing Housing ...................................................................... 57

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Relative Shaft Vibration ........................................................... 58

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Total Runout Measurement...................................................... 59

10.3 Lateral Critical Speed.............................................................................. 60

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Acceptable environmental conditions ...................................... 62

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Rust inhibitors for bare surfaces .............................................. 63

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Standard colours of paint for motors and attachments ............ 63

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Normative references .............................................................. 64

11.2 For Offshore Applications ....................................................................... 64
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Acceptable environmental conditions ...................................... 64

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Paint application ...................................................................... 64

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Rust inhibitors for bare surfaces .............................................. 65

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Standard colours of paint for motors and attachments ............ 66

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..........3 BI-Directional Operation (both direction of rotation).... 77 16..... 73 15.................................4 Separate ventilation .................................4 Accessories .................................................................................................................................... 68 12...................................................1 Air-to-water heat exchanger ....2 Mechanical Behaviour During Converter-fed Operation .1 Marine Application ........2............ 73 15......................... 75 16..1 Air-to-water heat exchanger .......................6 Critical speed ...................................... 70 &KDSWHU%HKDYLRXUGXULQJVZLWFKLQJDQGFRQYHUWHUIHG RSHUDWLRQ 14..............1 Mechanical Behaviour During Switching Operations .................................................3 Auxiliary terminal box..2...................... 74 15.. 70 13........... 76 16..........4 Variable speed motors ...........................................1.......................... 75 16........7 Terminal connections for machines with two stator windings............................................................................................2 Terminal box ................2.......................................................................... 72 14............................................ 69 &KDSWHU7HPSHUDWXUHFODVV) 13...................1 Formulas ...........2 Off-Shore Application ........................................... 73 15.....................................................................................................................1.......................................................................... 77 16..... 74 15.................................................. 74 15...2 Deviation in Supply Voltage Variation ...............................................................2 Example ........... 72 &KDSWHU5HPDUNVRQGHVLJQIRUFRQYHUWHUIHGPDFKLQHV 15......................................... 75 16....................1.................................................3 Auxiliary terminal box............0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV 7DEOHRI&RQWHQWV 12...5 Accessories ..............................................................................0........................1........... 77 16.......... 74 &KDSWHU0DFKLQHVIRUPDULQHDQGRIIVKRUHDSSOLFDWLRQV 16..5 Noise............................................... 73 15...2 Terminal box ......... 75 16....................8 Oscillating Torques.................................. 77 16.3 Speed monitoring .....1 Insulation.........2................................................................................................................. 75 16.......................................................................................1.2 Bearings....... 77 &KDSWHU7RUVLRQDOVSULQJFRQVWDQW ....

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The test must be discussed with the factory before quoted.QIRUPDWLRQRQVFRSHRIVXSSO\ The following information on scope of supply are valid for machine types AMB710 and AMC800. 1-1 . enquiries should be sent to Vasteras for further distribution. /LPLWDWLRQVRIVORZVSHHGPDFKLQHV • AMB710.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV  . 1000 and 1120 delivered from ABB ATDM/M Vasteras factory. 900. 3URGXFWVQRWDYDLODEOH • 2-Pole Motors • Single Bearing Motors • Double Cage Motors • 2-Speed Motors • Reciprocating compressor motor of size AMC900 >10-pole. en • Combined test with converter and motor or active load testing for VSD projects can not be performed at ABB ATDM/M Västerås factory. • AMB710 18-pole and more • AMC800 22-pole and more • AMC900 24-pole and more 7KHIROORZLQJFRPELQDWLRQVVKRXOGDOZD\VEHVHQWWRWKHIDFWRU\EHIRUH TXRWDWLRQ • AMB710 12-pole and more • AMC800 16-pole and more • AMC900 18-pole and more • AMC1000 24-pole and more 7HVWILHOGOLPLWDWLRQV 3BSM900026. Combined tests can be performed close to and in cooperation with ABB converter manufacturer. • The are limitations in test field power for heat run test according to the 2-frequency method: <7kV maximum 1000A. AMC800 and AMC900 machines in combination with very high pole number can only be manufactured after approval from factory. 7<14kV maximum 500 A. AMC1000 and AMC1120 In some cases the above design are avialable from other factories within ABB.

Exn is available in special cases up to a maximum rated voltage of 11.2 kV r 10% as per NEMA MG1 20. Exp design is preferred in lieu of Exe design. For higher voltages Exe design is not available.14. /RZYROWDJHPDFKLQHV Enquiries including motors with voltage below 690 V or current above 2120 should always be sent to factory for review. Exe is available in special cases up to a maximum rated voltage of 7.2 kV. 0DFKLQHVSHU$3. All inquires calling for Exe. For higher voltages Class I division 2 design is not available. IEC tolerance per zone A.±GHVLJQ In general. All inquiries shall be forwarded to the factory. 3BSM900026. For higher voltages Exn design is not available.DQG6KHOO'(3VWDQGDUG API 541 and Shell DEP machines are always studied case by case. Exn and Class I division 2 design shall be forwarded to the factory.5 20.5 kV. en 1-2 .0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV 0DFKLQHVIRUKD]DUGRXVHQYLURQPHQWSHU([H([S([QDQG&ODVV. IEC tolerance per zone B. Class I division 2 is available in special cases up to a maximum rated voltage of 13.

IEC 60072A (interface dimensions). and those national standards adapted to IEC. 3BSM900026. stator frame with feet. • Mounting arrangement IM1205 and IM7005 only on request • High efficiency • Class F (IEC) insulating materials. en 1-3 . air-water heat exchanger. with corresponding attachments (ventilation unit. NEMA MG1 • Easy to install and commission • API 541 only with approved comments and deviations. $0& All machines are symmetrically ventilated. 1 shaft extensions with flange at D-end. IM 1001: 2 endshield bearings. interfaces for ventilation ducts) • Ventilation: All machines are self ventilated. 1 shaft extensions. stator frame without feet. weather protection unit. $0% Horizontal four-pole machines have symmetrical (bilateral) ventilation. IM 4011: 2 endshield bearings. machines with a higher number of poles have asymmetrical (unilateral) ventilation. vertical design. IM1002 and IM4011.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV  *HQHUDO 7KH$0%DQG$0&6HULHVLVFKDUDFWHUL]HGE\WKHIROORZLQJPDLQIHDWXUHV • Robust construction • Mounting arrangement IM1001. TEAAC and TEWAC to NEMA MG1. stator frame with feet. WPII. Forced ventilated machines on request. Micadur®-Compact Industry Insulation System (Vacuum-pressure-impregnation) for rated voltage up to 15 kV • Bearings: Sleeve or antifriction bearings • According to speed and rotor weight only forced lubricated sleeve bearings may be applicable (please see section „Bearings and Lubrication“ for detailed information) • Special designs for converter-fed operation • Degrees of protection IP23 to IP54 or WPI. IM 7005: 1 pedestal bearing. 1 shaft extensions with flange at D-end. IM 1002: 2 endshield bearings. 1 shaft extensions with flange at D-end. air-air heat exchanger. • Low noise levels design if required • Design standards: IEC 60034. IM 1205: 1 endshield bearing. horizontal design. stator frame with feet. 2 shaft extensions. stator frame with feet. horizontal design.

according to table 4-1 in section “Bearings and Lubrication”. keyed shaft extension ISO-long (Diameter according to outline drawing). $0& One shrink fit stepped extension. Degree of protection IC611. degree of protection IP54 $0% The price list is based on a machine design with standard bearings. therefore a price reduction is applicable for antifriction bearings (if possible). $0& The price list is based on sleeve bearings. Ensure that the type of lubrication is in conformity with table 4-2 in section „Bearings and Lubrication“. No star-point terminal box. Otherwise an extra charge for different type of bearing and/or oil connections has to be taken into account. degree of protection IP54 Sleeve bearings. Terminal box: On right seen from D-end. Bearings: Antifriction bearings. 127(6XUJHSURWHFWLRQFRPSRVLQJVXUJHFDSDFLWRUVDQG OLJKWQLQJDUUHVWHUVKDYHWREHSURYLGHGIRUYROWDJHVDERYHN9 RSWLRQDOQRWLQFOXGHGLQEDVLFSULFH. Ventilation: All machines are self-ventilated for operation at nominal speed. or whether extra costs must be reckoned with due to deviations. Fitting the coupling hub is not included as standard. Otherwise an extra charge for oil connections has to be taken into account. Shaft extension: $0% One cylindrical.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV  6WDQGDUG0DFKLQHV2YHUYLHZ The following overview enables a check to be made whether or not the standard design covers the specified requirements. IC31: IP54. IP55. Forced ventilation is a non standard option (engineering work). IC81W. ISO-short.

assumed clockwise seen from D-end.5 / 3. Installation: On steel bed.25 blue. cooling tubes in copper. jacking bolts. en 1-4 . Heat exchanger: Air-air (IC611): Cooling tubes in aluminum alloy (Anticorrodal). Holding-down bolts. stainless steel shims supplied with motor. Air-water (IC81W): For fresh water (Refer to section „Cooling and protection“). Rigid 3BSM900026. Colour of finishing paint: Munsell 8 B 4. Connections on left seen from D-end when not noted otherwise. NCS 4822-B05G blue. fins in aluminum alloy. Direction of rotation: Unidirectional. Air inlet and exhaust without noise damping lining.

No leakage detector. Permissible pressures drop in the ducts according to section „Cooling and protection“. Sleeve bearings: 1 Pt100 in 3 or 4-wire design at each bearing. Antifriction bearings: 1 SPM (Shock Pulse Measurement) nipple at each bearing. N bearing insulated. No noise damping lining. Ventilation ducts (IC31): Protection against corrosion: 3BSM900026. No noise damping lining. Top-mounted ventilation unit (IP23): Weather protection unit (IPW24): No additional noise damping measures. Monitoring with differential pressure switch. Symmetrically ventilated machines air outlet opposite to terminal box side. Extra charge for offshore applications Monitoring: Stator winding: 6 Pt100 (no overvoltage protectors) in 3 or 4-wire design. On IC 611-Machines the N-end nipple is brought out for better accessibility. Inlet filter of synthetic material. Auxiliary terminal box: Material: reinforced polyester (non metallic) 1-5 . en Connecting faces on top. Space heater: Separate terminal box.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV water connection points.

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8/12 or 10/12. B = Birr C = Champagne 3BSM900026. May have 3 or 4 digits. E = Exe N = Exn P = Exp 10. 9 V = Vertical Bearing type. % Indicates theW\SH of machine and the JHQHUDWLRQ of the machine design. 6 7) T = separate ventilation X = electrically special F = frequency controlled Y = mechanically special M = marine application Z = special materials Origin.and AMC machines follows this standardization. 4 or 5 digits where the pole numbers are separated by a slash.31/IP23. B = Horizontal 8. / Frame length. 6.&. D W P R 7. For 2-speed machines 3. % = = = = IC01/IP23(WP I) IC01/IPW24(WP II) IC11.3-combination. one digit. L = IC81W/IP54(55) A = IC611/IP54(55) T = IC511/IP54(55) H = Helsinki V = Västeras M = Vittuone (Milan) 1-11 . one digit. e.21.g. The individual symbols of the designation are explained below.e. $0 Standard for the BU.  Number of poles. location of manufacture. M = Medium. For single speed machines 1 or 2 digits. A = Antifriction 9. A-E = Squirrel Cage Induction Machine K-P = Wound Rotor Induction Machine S-Z = Synchronous Machine 3.: 4/6. one to three digits. en S = Sleeve Indication of special construction. ' Stands for the .0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV  7\SH'HVLJQDWLRQ Within the BU AC-machines the type designations have been standardized.  Shaft height in mm. one letter. i. Two letters. ([DPSOH$0%/'%67)9 1. One letter. here „$lternating Current 0achines“. The type designation of the AMB..54(55) IC411/IP54(55) Mounting arrangement IM. L = Long (or Large). one letter. Always one letter: S = Short (or Small). 4. 2.e. i. X = Extra Long 5. Not obligatory..

Protection by enclosure IEC 60034-6 IC. IEC 60072-2 Dimensions and output series IEC 60085 Classification of electrical insulation National standards which have been adapted to IEC are: NBN 7 Belgium NFC 51-111 France BS 4999/5000 United Kingdom CEI 2-3 Italy CSA C 22.(&PHWULFOLVW The basic AMB 710. Methods of cooling IEC 60034-7 IM. Mounting arrangements IEC 60034-8 Terminal markings and direction of rotation IEC 60034-9 Noise limits IEC 60034-14 Vibration severity IEC 60034-15 Impulse voltage withstand levels of rotating AC machines with form wound stator coils. en NEN 3173 Netherlands SEN 260101 Sweden 1-12 .2-54 Canada 3BSM900026.and AMC machines listed in the technical datalist fulfill the requirements of the latest applicable IEC standards.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV  'HVLJQ6WDQGDUGV %DVLFFDWDORJXHPDFKLQHVIURP+]OLVWRU+]. The most important of these are: 67$1'$5' 68%-(&7 IEC 60027 Letter symbols IEC 60034-1 Rating and performance IEC 60034-2 Determination of efficiency IEC 60034-5 IP.

The voltage at the motor terminals may not fall below 90% of the rated value No.15 to 40°C.07) .02.(& Site conditions: Altitude: up to 1000 m a.l. Frequency variations up to +/..5 %. 3BSM900026. longer for cold motor.2 % without voltage variation. Overspeed: The overspeed value must not exceed 1. 2 to 3 sec. Load inertia according to motor data sheet.. 0. on other machines for antifriction bearings.10 % .20 % + 10 % of the losses . Cooling water inlet temperature: 5. Number of starts during service life of motor: approximately 50‘000 Starting times: For rated voltage and normal operating temperature.27°C Supply system conditions: Voltage variations up to +/. $0& Friction losses always calculated for sleeve bearings.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV $FFRUGLQJO\WKHIROORZLQJSUHUHTXLVLWHVDUHDSSOLFDEOHWRWKHOLVWPRWRUVGHVLJQHGWR. whereby IEC permits the temperature-rise limits to be exceeded by 10K. max. 1-13 .) starting against a load curve increasing quadratically up to 90 % of motor rated torque. For frequency variations up to +/. Ambient temperature: . Efficiency: $0% Friction losses are calculated on four pole machines for sleeve bearings. corresponding to IEC zone A.(1-PF) / 6 (min. longer for cold motor. 2 from warm condition. 0. Tolerances: The technical data is subject to tolerances in accordance with IEC as follows: Slip: Efficiency: Power factor (PF): Breakdown torque: Locked rotor torque: Locked rotor current: +/.s. Natural coasting to rest before attempting next start. of successive starts: Four and more pole machines: 3 starts from cold.O. Locked rotor times: For rated voltage and normal operating temperature. reduction in output not necessary. 1 to 2 sec.L. but not below 0°C for sleeve bearing machines or/and machines with water cooling.2%.2 times rated speed.15/+ 25 % + 20 % Start-up: Direct on line (D. en Direction of rotation: Outputs and other operational data are valid for unidirectional designs.

 0DULQHDQGRIIVKRUH AMB 710 . ABB factory has a standards collection which is updated continuously. It will make the response time shorter if there is a ready-made deviation list available when an inquiry calls for an exceptional standard.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %DVLFGHVLJQIHDWXUHV  &DWDORJXHPDFKLQHVIURPWKH+]1(0$$PHULFDQXQLWVOLVW The performance of the machine fulfills the requirements of NEMA MG1 Part 1 Referenced Standards and Definitions NEMA MG1 Part 2 Terminal Markings NEMA MG1 Part 3 High Potential Tests NEMA MG1 Part 5 Classification of Degrees of Protection NEMA MG1 Part 20 Large Machines .g.: ABS American Bureau of Shipping BV Bureau Veritas DNV Det Norske Veritas GL Germanischer Lloyd LRS Lloyd‘s Register of Shipping URS USSR Register of Shipping RINA Registro Italiano Noavale Third part classifation implies a significant cost.  .and AMC-machines can be quoted for marine and off-shore applications to meet the requirements of any classified authority.and AMC-machines can be quoted for CSA on request.Induction Motors ANSI C50. 3BSM900026.and AMC-machines may also be quoted to conform with other national or indudstrial standards. e. en 1-14 .QIRUPDWLRQRQORFDOUHTXLUHPHQWV The regional sales offices are requested to continuously furnish information on such local requirements which deviate essentially from the IEC standards or which are not considered to be common knowledge.41 Polyphase Induction Motors for Power Generating Stations AMB 710. NEMA machines may be tested according to: IEEE Std 112 Standard Test Procedure for Polyphase Induction Motors and Generators IEEE Std 522 Testing Turn-to Turn Insulation on Form-Wound Coils  2WKHUVWDQGDUGV AMB 710 .

Forced ventilated machines on request.  0HWKRGVRI9HQWLODWLRQ  *HQHUDO All machines are self-ventilated.The flange is an integral part of the frame. 3BSM900026.(& +RUL]RQWDOPDFKLQHV Code I: IM B3 Code II: IM 1001 Foot-mounted machine with 2 endshield bearings. 9HUWLFDOPDFKLQHV: Code I: IM V10 Code II: IM4011 Flange-mounted machine with 2 endshield bearings. Designs with straight blades (for both directions of rotation) result in a lower efficiency and a possible reduction in rated output of up to approximately 7 % and in an increase of noise. en 2-15 . In order to achieve a good efficiency the fans are designed with shaped blades and are therefore unidirectional.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 0RXQWLQJFRROLQJ SURWHFWLRQ &KDSWHU 0RXQWLQJFRROLQJ SURWHFWLRQ  6WDQGDUG0RXQWLQJ$UUDQJHPHQWVLQDFFRUGDQFHZLWK.

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dedusting efficiency 73%. dust holding capacity 500g/m2. snow and airborne particles into the electrical parts is reduced. 4 pole AMC AMB 710. to IEC 60034-5. • Noise damping. filter monitoring with differential pressure switch. 6WDQGDUG Inlet filter: synthetic material. 2SWLRQ 3BSM900026. vertical Weather-protected machine acc.. For symmetrically ventilated machines the air outlet is always located on the opposite side of the terminal box. washable.. enabling particles to settle. dust holding capacity 500 g/m2. AMB 710. The air intake path also provides for three abrupt 90° changes in the direction of the air flow and at the discharge side the air path has two abrupt changes. The machine is protected against splashing water from any direction. 6 – 20 poles. The air intake path with filters provides for an area of average velocity not exceeding 3 m/s. 6 – 20 poles AMB 719. en • Filter in stainless steel. dedusting efficiency (Am according to EN779) 83 %.3::3. The ingress of rain. filter frame of galvanized steel. values see section 8 2-19 .

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vertical The machine is totally enclosed having a machine-mounted air-to-air heat exchanger. Heat exchanger tube material in standard design: Aluminum alloy Fan: Welded construction for four-pole machines and above. 6 . The machine is dust protected and also protected against splashing water from any direction. Values see section 8 2-22 . 3 or 4-wire design.20 poles.20 poles AMC AMB 710.. 6 . to monitor the cold and/or warm air temperature • Noise damping. 2SWLRQV 3BSM900026. The machine has a shaft-mounted external fan to convey the air in the external secondary cooling circuit. en • Stainless steel tubes • Designs for degree of protection IP55 • Degree of protection IP56 on request • Resistance temperature detector (Pt100).4 poles AMB 710.37(:$& AMB 2. 4 poles AMB 710.

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6WDQGDUG Design with one (AMB 710) or two (AMC) cooling elements for fresh water (salt content  1 g/dm3. Tube plates in steel.37(:$& AMB 710.. ammonia  1. oxygen ! 3 mg/dm3) with cooling tubes in copper and cooling fins in aluminum alloy. 6 . 3BSM900026. suspended matter  100 mg/dm3. 6 . leakage water catch tray with drain. en Standard test pressure: 10 bar Cooling water inlet temperature: 27°C Cooling water temperature rise: 6K 2-23 . 4 poles AMB 710.20 poles. water chambers in steel with Rilsan coating. vertical The machine is totally enclosed having a machine-mounted air-to-water heat exchanger. The machine is dust protected and is also protected against splashing water from any direction.20 poles AMC AMB 710. sulphide  0.0 mg/dm3. Rigid water connection points with DIN or ANSI flanges.05 mg/dm3.

• Designs for degree of protection IP55 • Protection IP56 on request • Test pressure up to 16 bar • Leakage detectors • Noise damping –2dB(A). values see section 8 7DEOH5HTXLUHGFRROLQJZDWHUIORZUDWHV A water inlet temperature at 27°C requires the following water flow rate (according to a water temperature rise of 6 K) 0D[LPXPFRROLQJZDWHUIORZUDWHLQ>PK@DVDIXQFWLRQRISROH QXPEHU 7\SH             31. 3BSM900026. (Internal lining of rock wool mats) • Resistance temperature detector (PT100) 3.3 17.5 bar.7 17.7 17. • Noise damping.9 26. • Cooling element for saliferous to extremely saliferous water. en 2-24 .7 17.0 20.7 17.or 4-wire design to monitor the cold and/or warm air temperature.7 17. or for other aggressive secondary coolants according to a project water analysis.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 0RXQWLQJFRROLQJ SURWHFWLRQ 2SWLRQV • Flexible water connection points.7  42 34 34 34 24 24 24 18 18 18 18  64 48 48 48 30 30 30 24 24 24 24  - - - 42 38 38 38 38 38 38 38  - - - - 50 50 40 40 40 40 40 Maximum water pressure drop is 0.7 17.2 23.

in dependence of method of cooling and pole number. IC81W 25 min.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 0RXQWLQJFRROLQJ SURWHFWLRQ  7KHUPDOWLPHFRQVWDQWDWIXOOVSHHG To estimate the temperature rise. the time constants given in the next table. 800 – 1120 on request  3URWHFWLRQRIPDFKLQHSDUWV The terminal boxes always have a protection of at least IP55. en 2-25 . can be used. the internal fan and/or the externel fan have to be replaced by separately driven fan(s).  'HVLJQVIRUFRQYHUWHUIHGRSHUDWLRQ On converter-fed drives. when a constant torque and a wide speed regulation range are needed. 45 min. 50 min. caused by a temporary overload. 33 min. 35 min. IC611 35 min.  0DUNLQJVRQWKHUDWLQJSODWH The degree of protection and the cooling method are indicated on the rating plate. 7DEOH7KHUPDO7LPH&RQVWDQWV 7\SH &RROLQJ 710 710 1XPEHURISROHV 4 6 8 IC01. The bearings normally have the protection IP54. 3BSM900026.

The core is rigidly secured into the housing in spigot seatings between the press plates and the housing ribs. both of varnish-insulated electrical sheet steel and is subdivided into packages by radial ventilation ducts. An earthing boss with a milled seat for the cable connection is provided at each side below the terminal box opening. The stator is fitted into two ribs within the housing and doweled to safely withstand the short-circuit forces. They are located into concentric spigots in the housing end ribs to which they are securely bolted. ventilation or weather protection unit). the AMC-stator core is built up from segmented laminations. en 3-26 . On horizontal machines the air inlet and outlet openings are on the top. 3BSM900026.  %HDULQJ(QGVKLHOGV The bearing endshields are of single piece design and are manufactured from steel plate.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU )UDPHVWDWRUFRUHDQGHQGVKLHOGV &KDSWHU )UDPHVWDWRUFRUHDQGHQGVKLHOGV  +RXVLQJ The housing is a torsionally rigid welded construction. Clearance holes for fastening the machine to the foundation are located close to the bearing endshields in order to obtain maximum possible flexural rigidity. according to DIN 42962. $0& Every cooler/top cover has to be removed before lifting the machine. There is an opening. at each side at the N-end for fitting a terminal box. $0% The laterally located lifting lugs protrude far enough to enable the machine to be lifted on the crane even when the top-mounted attachments are fitted (heat exchanger. The laminated core is pressed together in both yoke and tooth regions by generously dimensioned press plates which are joined together by welded tie bars.  6WDWRU&RUH3DFN The AMB-stator core is built up from single-piece annular laminations. Jacking bolts and angled faces for drilling the dowel holes are provided in the feet to facilitate alignment and installation on site. The two end ribs are provided with spigot seatings for the bearing endshields.

self-cooled / Option: Antifriction bearings. check lubrication interval A-OS: Antifriction bearings / Option: Sleeve bearings. forced lucrication 3BSM900026. forced lubrication SS-O: Sleeve bearings. 7DEOH $0%UHFRPPHQGHGEHDULQJDUUDQJHPHQWIRU7DPE ƒ& 7\SH  'LDPRI 6KDIWH[W >PP@ 6SHHG>UPLQ@      d 180 SF-A SF-A - - - - 200 - - SF-A SF-A - - 220 - - - - SF-A A-OS SF-A: Always sleeve bearings. self-cooled A-OF: Antifriction bearings / Option: Sleeve bearings.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ  +RUL]RQWDO0RXQWLQJ  5HFRPPHQGHG%HDULQJ$UUDQJHPHQW $0% The recommended bearing arrangement for AMB machines is shown inthe next table. All sleeve bearings can be connected to a separate oil supply system when needed. en 4-27 .

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3BSM900026.33 for all other types k = 0. reduce to 1. which are largely dependent on speed.0.0 . 7DEOH /XEULFDWLRQLQWHUYDOVDWƒ&EHDULQJWHPSHUDWXUH /XEULFDWLRQLQWHUYDOLQKRXUVDVDIXQFWLRQRIVSHHG>UPLQ@ 7\SH                - - - 2400 2700 3500 3700 4500 5500 - - - - -  - - 1400 1900 2000 2700 2900 3700 4600 5000 5900 6600 7800 9300  - - - - 2000 2600 2700 3400 4300 4800 5500 6100 7400 8900  - - - - - - 2500 3100 4000 4400 5200 5700 7000 8300  - - - - - - - 3000 3700 4300 4800 5300 6600 7900 To obtain the lubrication interval for the actual operation conditions the value from table 4-5 has to be multiplied by the factor f. en 4-30 .0 for all other types f2 = (40 .-amb) / 30 (-amb : average ambient temperature in °C at operating location over a period of 3 months) Results f > 1.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ  /XEULFDWLRQ The next table shows the lubrication intervals.5 for type of cooling IC81W (TEAWC) = 1. as given by the bearing manufacturer for a bearing operation temperature of 70°C and for standard lithium soap based greases. f = f0 + f1 + k × f2 f0 from table 4-6 f1 = 0 for type of cooling IC611 (TEAAC) = 0.

73 0.55 0.87 1.0 1. sleeve bearings should be provided.and N-End).40 0. This is indicated by a warning label permanently attached to the machine 2SWLRQV 3BSM900026.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.93 1.0  - - - 0.0  - 0. Germany: Additional delivery requirements for high-voltage electrical motors for power stations: 4000 hours for four-pole machines).0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ 7DEOH )DFWRUIDVDIXQFWLRQRIVSHHG>UPLQ@ 7\SH             0.0 1.60 0.g.77 0.60 0. 6WDQGDUG • The degree of protection for standard bearings is IP54 • One SPM nipple at each bearing to monitor bearing condition • The antifriction bearings are always locked for transport (D.77 1.75 0. In cases where such requirements apply.0 1.0 1.97 1.37 0. en • Temperature monitoring on the two main bearings can be included when explicitly requested.90 0.87 0.0 1.73 0. The insulation would be located in the bearing endshield between the inner and outer ring • Degree of protection IP55 • Degree of protection IP56 • SPM nipple brought out to the machine border (Standard only for IC611 at N-End) 4-31 .47 0. (Pt100 resistance temperature detector in 3 or 4-wire design to measure the temperature of the outer ring) • The N-end bearing.87 1.87 0.0  - - - - - 0.0 1.53 0. can be insulated on request.0 1.87 0.0  - - - - - - 0.0 1.0 The lubrication intervals for the four-pole and a part of the six-pole machines are relatively short and lie below the values specified in some of the national standards (e. or both if desired.60 0.0 1.43 0.

5 mm).0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ  6OHHYH%HDULQJV Standard Construction of Sleeve Bearing The sleeve bearings are the flange-mounted type in accordance with DIN 31693.) 3BSM900026. Both bearings have the same diameter. It is assumed that axial guidance of the shaft train is provided by the driven equipment or gearbox. The bearing shells are spherically seated in the housing. seals and oil-ring are all in split design. This enables the bearing shells and seals to be dismantled without uncoupling the machine. 60 Hz machines have 4 lobe sleeve shells.6. (Locating bearing see options. en 4-32 . both bearings are non-locating (Bearing end float +/. 50 Hz machines have cylindrical sleeve shells. 4 pole AMCs have center flange-mounted bearings acc. to DIN 31694 . The bearing housing is manufactured in high grade cast iron and is designed for heavy duty performance. On the standard design. AMC 4 pole with 4 lobe sleeve shells are without oilring! Note: No emergency oil function on these bearings. The housing.

jacking oil is recommended.12 220 F*LB 18-225 F*LQ 18-225 4 / 50 Hz 250 / 235 MZLB 22-250 MZLQ 22-250 4 / 60 Hz 250 / 235 MZVB 22-250 MZVQ 22-250 6-24 280/265 F*LB 22-280 F*LQ 22-280 4 / 50 Hz 250 / 235 MZLB 22-250 MZLQ 22-250 4 / 60 Hz 250 / 235 MZVB 22-250 MZVQ 22-250 6-24 300/285 F*LB 22-300 F*LQ 22-300  10-24 320/300 F*LB 28-355 FNLQ 28-355  12-24 340/320 F*LB 28-355 FNLQ 28-355   * Z or N according to table 4-1 and 4-2 (Z = forced lubriaction.. 4-33 .0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ The standard sleeve bearings are listed in the next table. N = self cooled) • 3BSM900026. en If sleeve bearings are to be used below 200 rpm.. 7DEOH 6WDQGDUGW\SHRIVOHHYHEHDULQJV 7\SH 3ROHV 'LDPRI 6KDIW H[W>PP@ 'HQG 1HQG  4 200 FZLB 18-200 FZLQ 18-200 6.

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([SHFWHGRLOILOPWHPSHUDWXUHVDWƒ&DPELHQWZLWKRXWWKUXVWORDGV QRQORFDWLQJEHDULQJDUUDQJHPHQW.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ In the event of failure of the lube oil system. lubrication will be provided by the built-in lube oil rings. that AMC 4-pole machine do not have emergancy oil ring. 7DEOH $SSUR[HPHUJHQF\UXQQLQJWLPHVLQFDVHRIIDLOXUHRIOXEHRLOVXSSO\V\VWHP 3HUPLVVLEOHHPHUJHQF\UXQQLQJWLPHVLQPLQ UHODWHGWRIUDPHVL]HDQGUDWHGVSHHG>UPLQ@ 7\SH     12 12 12 4 lobe bearing *) 12 12 12 12 12 12         15 15 15 15  15  15 *) The AMC-machines with 4 lobe bearings have an emergency running time of 3 seconds. Make sure that in case of failure of the oil supply system a backup system (second pump and for net independent power. Note. for operation at rated speed without inadmissible bearing temperature rise for the times indicated in the following tables. or safety oil tank) will start within 3 seconds.

UHODWHGWRIUDPHVL]HDQGUDWHGVSHHG>UPLQ@ 7\SH        62 60 65 62 53  64 63 60 58  64 63 60 58      84 78 77 71 66 87 85 78 73 89 81 75 92 85 88 51 95 56 57 90 55 102  55 98  3BSM900026. en 54 forced lubricated forced lubricated or self cooled self cooling 4 lobe bearing 89 4-35 .

i. at the bottom half of each shell). The insulating layer is located in the bearing housing on the spherical seat for the shells.e. An additional seal in split design is always provided on the machine-side of the bearing in order to avoid the adverse effects of possible low pressure or eddies in the air inside the machine. • The standard design includes an oil sight glass in the bearing housing.or 4-wire design. 2SWLRQV 3BSM900026. 4-36 . with lateral thrust faces) and the shaft journal designed to match. • When the machine is to be connected to a separate lube oil supply system. the machine is provided with a rotor lock to protect the bearings from being damaged during transport.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ 6WDQGDUG • The standard degree of protection is IP54. • Recommended lube oils are given in Table 4-8 and in the Maintenance Instructions. • Special design sleeve bearings for connection to a jacking-oil system can also be supplied on request. • The N-end bearing is always insulated. The manufacturer must be contacted for higher thrusts. • Before dispatch. • The D-end bearing can be designed as a locating bearing (DIN 31693. Type K. the standard design will include an inlet pipe with a manometer. a throttle valve and a DIN or ANSI flange. en • Also the D-end bearing can be insulated. The permissible axial thrust is given in Table 4-9. and oil according to Table 4-8 is assumed. (Pt 100 resistance temperature detector in 3. an inspection glass to observe the oil-ring and temperature monitoring.

Standard construction of vertical antifriction bearings 3BSM900026.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ  9HUWLFDO0RXQWLQJ$0%  6WDQGDUG'HVLJQ The vertical AMB 710 machines are equipped with grease lubricated antifriction bearings. en 4-37 . as standard.

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downward only. 7\SH 'LDPRI 6KDIWH[W >PP@ 'HQG 1HQG  220 6048 M.UA &DOFXODWHG%HDULQJ/LIHDQGSHUPLVVLEOH$[LDO7KUXVW At the D-end the machines are provided with an axially-free and spring preloaded deep-groove ball bearing (series 60).MP. 7DEOH 5DWLQJOLIH/  KRXUV . of 100'000 and 50'000 operating hours.C3 2x 7330B. The axial thrust. The minimum calculated life L10 (ISO 281/1) of the D-end bearing is 100’000 operating hours. (rotor weight see technical data sheet) is absorbed by angular-contact ball-bearings located at the N-end of the machine.62.

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en 3HUPLVVLEOHD[LDOWKUXVW>N1@LQFOXGLQJURWRUZHLJKWDVDIXQFWLRQRIVSHHG>UPLQ@         72 76 82 88 94 102 110 120 4-38 . 7\SH  3BSM900026.

On the N-end bearings. 7DEOH 'HQGEHDULQJV /XEULFDWLRQLQWHUYDOLQKRXUVDVDIXQFWLRQRIVSHHG>UPLQ@ 7\SH %HDULQJ VL]H         6048 3800 4700 5300 6000 6300 7800 8900 7DEOH 1HQGEHDULQJV /XEULFDWLRQLQWHUYDOLQKRXUVDVDIXQFWLRQRIVSHHG>UPLQ@ %HDULQJ VL]H        7330 3900 4600 5000 5800 6000 7200 8400 3BSM900026. On the D-end bearing. en 4-39 . The used grease container is oversized to contain more than the total quantity of grease required for greasing during the whole bearing life. the excess and used grease is expelled. The grease nipples are brought out from the bearing to an accessible point on the machine via a tube.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ  /XEULFDWLRQ The lubrication intervals for a bearing operation temperature of 70°C and lithium soap base grease are given in the next two tables. into a used grease container lecated on the top part of the endshield outside of the machine. excess and used grease is expelled by a grease valve through an opening on the lower part of the bearing cover into a container.

0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ 6WDQGDUG • The degree of protection for standard bearings is IP54. or both if desired. can be insulated on request. • One SPM nipple at each bearing. • The N-end bearing. en 4-40 . is included as standard to monitor bearing condition. 2SWLRQV • Temperature monitoring on the two main bearings can be included when explicitly requested. • The antifriction bearings are always locked for transport. The insulation would be located in the bearing endshield between the inner and outer ring. (Pt100 resistance temperature detector in 3 or 4-wire design to measure the temperature of the outer ring). brought out to the machine border for better accessibility. two solutions are available on request for the N-end bearing: • Vertical sleeve bearing for high axial thrust • Spherical roller bearing for medium axial thrust Vertical sleeve bearing for high axial thrust 3BSM900026. This is indicated by a warning label permanently attached to the machine. • Degree of protection IP55 • Degree of protection IP56  6SHFLDOGHVLJQ In case of motors having to accept external axial thrust (with or without up-thrust).

The spherical roller bearing is pre-loaded by springs and carries the main axial thrust only. for air-air cooled machines) can also be delivered on request. or self lubrication and air cooling (e.g. Connection for forced lubrication.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ For the vertical sleeve bearing arrangement. Sperical roller bearing for medium axial thrust Two bearing sizes are available on request. depending on the customers requirements. all the sliding surfaces of the bearing are fully submerged in a self-contained oil bath. The spherical roller thrust bearing arrangement is provided with an additional deep-groove ball bearing to absorb radial load. The bearings are oil lubricated in a self-contained and naturally or water cooled oil bath depending on additional thrust and speed. If required the bearing can also be connected to a separate lube oil supply system. en 7KUXVW EHDULQJW\SH 0D[LPXP 6SHHG>UPLQ@ 29336E 1200 29436E 900 4-41 . Refer to the next table: 7DEOH 7\SH  3BSM900026. the lubricating oil is normally cooled by a cooling coil.

3BSM900026. Degree of protection is IP54 as standard.nipples can be provided on request. en 4-42 .0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HDULQJVDQGOXEULFDWLRQ The following two tablesshow the maximum axial thrust for a calculated bearing life L10 (ISO 281/1) of 100’000 and 50’000 operating hours. higher protection is available on request. 7DEOH 5DWLQJOLIH/  KRXUV 7KUXVW EHDULQJ 3HUPLVVLEOHD[LDOWKUXVW>N1@LQFOXGLQJURWRUZHLJKWDVDIXQFWLRQRIVSHHG>UPLQ@ 7\SH 1200 1000 900 750 600 500 375 300  84 88 91 95 101 108 117 126  - - 160 170 180 195 208 222 7DEOH 5DWLQJOLIH/  KRXUV 7KUXVW EHDULQJ 3HUPLVVLEOHD[LDOWKUXVW>N1@LQFOXGLQJURWRUZHLJKWDVDIXQFWLRQRIVSHHG>UPLQ@ 7\SH 1200 1000 900 750 600 500 375 300  104 110 116 122 128 139 150 161  - - 198 210 220 236 256 278 SPM .

0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 6KDIWURWRUFRUHVKDIWH[WHQVLRQ &KDSWHU 6KDIWURWRUFRUHVKDIWH[WHQVLRQ  6KDIW The standard shaft materials are presented in table 5-1.0570 / 1.7218 AMC 800 St52-3 / St442-5 S355J2G3 / 25CrMo4 1. 7DEOH 6WDQGDUGVKDIWPDWHULDOVIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV 0DFKLQH7\SH 2OG'HVLJQDWLRQRI 6KDIW0DWHULDO 1HZ'HVLJQDWLRQRI 6KDIW0DWHULDO :1R AMB 710 St52-3 / St442-5 S355J2G3 / 25CrMo4 1.0570 / 1. 3BSM900026.7218 AMC 1120 St52-3 / St442-5 S355J2G3 / 25CrMo4 1.0570 / 1. All machines have a welded spider shaft.0570 / 1. electrical sheet-steel circular laminations.0570 / 1.7218  5RWRU&RUH $0%DQG$0&VPDOOHUWKDQ$0&SROH The rotor core is built up from varnish-insulated.7218 AMC 1000 St52-3 / St442-5 S355J2G3 / 25CrMo4 1. en 5-43 .7218 AMC 900 St52-3 / St442-5 S355J2G3 / 25CrMo4 1. $0&SROHDQGELJJHU The rotor electrical sheet-steel is segmented. pressed together by solid end rings and shrunk onto the shaft.

5-44 . or in cases when needed. • Mounting of machined coupling halve • AMB 710: If requested. en • The machines can also be designed with a second shaft extension at the N-end. $0& The motors are designed with a shrink-fit stepped shaft extension. • AMC: Motors with a key shaft extension ISO-long must have a low torque and are available on request only. a shrink-fit extension ISO-short can be provided instead. The maximum permissible torque is given on the motor outline drawing.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 6KDIWURWRUFRUHVKDIWH[WHQVLRQ  6KDIW([WHQVLRQ $0% The motors are designed with an ISO shaft extension with one keyway and a feather key. 2SWLRQV 3BSM900026.

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of shaft end Shaft material [mm] 0D[%UHDN'RZQ7RUTXH. Type of Motor Diam.

Shaft End
accord.
to
ISO/R775

Sleeve
bearing
design
with
key

Sleeve
bearing
design
with
shrink
fit

Antifricti
on
bearing
design
with
key

Antifricti
on
bearing
design
with
shrink
fit

Sleeve
bearing
design
with
key

Sleeve
bearing
design
with
shrink
fit

Antifricti
on
bearing
design
with
key

Antifricti
on
bearing
design
with
shrink
fit

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

AMB 710L4s

200

S355J2G3

61.5

59.2

59.2

59.2

59.2

123.2

179.3

123.2

134.6

AMB 710L4

200

25CrMo4

61.5

79.4

102.0

79.4

102.0

138.0

185.0

138.0

158.0

220

S355J2G3

82.5

78.9

78.9

78.9

78.9

160.9

228.9

160.9

176.7

220

25CrMo4

82.5

101.0

136.0

101.0

136.0

176.0

228.9

176.0

207.0

AMB

710L6-30s

AMB 710L6-30

1) The max. rated torque of the machine should not exceed the indicated value
2) The max. break down torque of the machine should not exceed the indicated value
s) Standard design

The shaft is designed for:
The key connection is
designed for:
The shrink fit connection
is designed for:

Infinite lifetime for normal operation, infinite starts of the Motor
and 4.0 times nominal torque in a fault operation case
Infinite lifetime in normal operation and 50’000 starts of the motor

Infinite lifetime in normal operation and infinite number of starts of
the motor

This table can only be used, if the standard shaft end design is used and standard boundary
conditions are applicable. Otherwise a recalculation considering the actual conditions is
necessary.

3BSM900026, en

5-45

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&KDSWHU 6KDIWURWRUFRUHVKDIWH[WHQVLRQ

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0D[5DWHG7RUTXH

Type of Motor

Diam. of
shaft end

Shaft
material

[mm]
AMC800*4s

0D[%UHDN'RZQ7RUTXH

Shaft End
accord. to
ISO/R775

Sleeve bearing
design with key 3)

Sleeve bearing
design with
shrink fit 3)

Antifriction bearing
design with key 3)

Antifriction bearing
design with
shrink fit 3)

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

[kNm]

250

25CrMo4

118.0

203.4

280

S355J2G3

170.0

163.5

163.5

459.2

386.6

AMC800*6-24

280

25CrMo4

170.0

287.9

287.9

489.9

458.5

AMC900*4s

250

25CrMo4

118.0

203.4

AMC900*6-24s

300

S355J2G3

206.0

201.2

201.2

582.3

472.9

AMC800*6-24

300

25CrMo4

206.0

354.4

354.4

588.2

560.4

AMC1000*10-24s

320

S355J2G3

250.0

244.4

244.4

705.9

570.8

AMC1000*10-24

320

25CrMo4

250.0

430.6

430.6

705.9

676.5

AMC1120*12-24s

340

S355J2G3

300.0

293.4

293.4

898.7

681.3

AMC1120*12-24

340

25CrMo4

300.0

516.8

516.8

1041.9

807.5

AMC800*6-24

s

1)
2)
3)
s)

342.9

342.9

The max. rated torque of the machine should not exceed the indicated value
The max. break down torque of the machine should not exceed the indicated value
Key connection only on request
Standard design

The shaft is designed for:
The key connection is
designed for:
The shrink fit connection
is designed for:

infinite lifetime for normal operation, infinite starts of the Motor
and 4.0 times nominal torque in a fault operation case
infinite lifetime in normal operation and 50’000 starts of the motor

infinite lifetime in normal operation and infinite number of starts of
the motor

This table can only be used, if the standard shaft end design is used and standard boundary
conditions are applicable. Otherwise a recalculation considering the actual conditions is
necessary.

3BSM900026, en

5-46

en Bars and rings of special copper alloys for heavy starting conditions 6-47 . Irrespective of voltage. in the winding slots to monitor the stator winding temperature (2 per phase). consisting of surge capacitors and ZnO voltage arresters. The winding slots are closed with highly permeable. In addition to the final high-voltage test performed on the finished machine. powder composition wedges. 3 or 4-wire type Pt100. Remark: Experience made by many users and manufacturers has shown that occasionally surge voltages can arise which subject the motors to more severe conditions than those specified by IEC 60034-15. This prevents damaging bar vibration. The purpose would be to provide a reliable protection of the motors against switching surges with steep wave fronts and high amplitudes. The leads are led to the auxiliary terminal box.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU :LQGLQJDQGLQVXODWLRQ &KDSWHU :LQGLQJDQGLQVXODWLRQ  6WDWRU:LQGLQJ The insulation materials employed meet the requirements for Class F as defined by IEC (maximum permissible temperature 155°C).c. and by which the coils are wrapped over their whole length with overlapped layers of glass-mica tape (refer also to brochure 3BFP 001 980 R0101 REV A 12/98 „Micadur“-Compact Industry Insulation System for Rotating Electrical Machines“). overvoltage protection. is provided close to the motor terminals. deep-bar cage winding. the finished wound stator is subjected to vacuum-pressure-impregnation and cured in a hot air oven. The standard design includes 6 resistance temperature detectors. voltage and impulse voltage with steep wave fronts are carried out during winding production to ensure that the coil and turn to turn insulation meet the specified requirements (surge withstand impulse strength in accordance with IEC 60034 .15). dielectric tests with a. or extremely dirty operating areas  5RWRU:LQGLQJ The standard design incorporates a copper. extended exposure to steam. 2SWLRQV • 3BSM900026. The insulation structure is the Micadur“-Compact system. The stator coils are wound from rectangular shaped wire. now well established for almost thirty years. The winding elements are then so rigid that they can withstand the forces arising during system transfers and short-circuits without sustaining damage. For rated voltages above 11 kV. A reinforced high-strength shrink rings is needed for some motors with high circumference speed. which can arise particularly with vacuum breakers at pre-ignition and multiple restriking. The bars are swaged along their whole length to afford a tight fit to the slot walls. The bars are hard-soldered to the short-circuit rings by a long established and well proven technique. 2SWLRQV • Second vacuum impregnation for nuclear plants.

The star point is not lead out in the standard design. The standard design is for plastic insulated cables entering from below. which would open towards the machine in case of a short-circuit in the terminal box. en 7-48 .3) 1. The table below shows the preferred number of cables entering the terminal box for the different types of terminals.1) 1.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 3RZHUFRQQHFWLRQV &KDSWHU 3RZHUFRQQHFWLRQV  6WDWRU7HUPLQDOV The terminal box is a welded construction and is flange-mounted to the machine housing. 3. bar terminals are provided for the connection of up to 4 cables per phase. For voltages up to 4. 3 63 Bar terminal (Fig. It can be turned in steps of 90° in either direction to afford cable entrance from the side or from above. 7DEOH 1XPEHURIFDEOHVHQWHULQJWKHER[ 7RWDOQXPEHURIFDEOHV HQWHULQJWKHER[ 0D[FDEOHGLDPHWHU >PP@ Stud terminal (Fig. For voltages above 11 kV the terminal connections are sealed with a shrink-sleeve termination system (Fig. 4 6 63 37 7\SHRIWHUPLQDO The number of cables. For voltages up to 11 kV stud type terminals (to DIN 46264) are employed. 7. 3BSM900026. The direction of cable entrance should be known when placing the order because changes after manufacture are not always possible. type and diameter should be known latest when the motor outline drawing is approved by the customer.2 kV and currents higher than 400 A. 7-4). Should it be necessary for the motor manufacturer to drill the gland plate and provide cable glands this should be requested at the same time (extra charge). 7. A pressure relief flap is provided in the back wall. It is recommended that the machine is delivered with fitted cable glands as this can save considerable extra work on site. The standard design includes a blank gland plate in order to accommodate the numerous connection possibilities open. The terminal boxes are provided with internal and external grounding points. The degree of protection is IP55.2 and 7.

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• 6 leads. • For further information about terminal boxes refer to the Accessories List. 750 V) and an earthing bar on the inside. • Terminal box with six bar terminals for converter-fed machines with two stator windings.3s *) ) • Special terminal box for accepting surge capacitors. • ROXTEC gland plate. • Drilled gland plate with cable glands. *) Note: For rated durations (t’s) longer than mentioned above the corresponding short-circuit current (Is’) can be obtained from the current (Is) and the time (ts) above from Is’ =[Is2 ˜ (ts : ts’)]0. Rated voltage up to 11 kV and rated currents up to 2000 A. Short-circuit capacity 440 MVA at 6. The box is equipped with terminal blocks (max. • Terminal box short-circuit proofed. voltage arresters and current transformers. no terminal box. • Star point in separate terminal box opposite to the machine‘s main terminal box. • Terminal box short-circuit proofed (Additional requirements for high voltage motors in power stations). Rated voltages up to 11 kV and rated currents up to 2000 A.6 kV or 730 MVA at 11 kV (short-circuit current: 38 kA for 0.5 $X[LOLDU\WHUPLQDOER[ The motors are equipped with one auxiliary terminal box for monitoring and one auxiliary terminal box for space heaters and eventually instruments with high voltage. with or without current transformers • Star point in the same terminal box as the main terminals. Short-circuit capacity 570 MVA at 6. 2SWLRQV H[WUDFKDUJHV. certified. 10 mm2.25 1) ). The degree of protection is IP65. parts 1 and 2.6 kV or 950 MVA at 11 kV (short-circuit current: 50 kA for 0. Heavy duty terminals. Heavy duty terminals arranged in conformity with DIN 2962. with or without current transformers.

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Guaranteed values lie 3 dB(A) higher. 7DEOH 6XUIDFHVRXQGSUHVVXUHOHYHOVLQG% $. The values for full-load with air-water heat exchanger will be between 1 to 3 dB(A) higher. in conformity with ISO 1680. For details of designs with noise damping refer to the section „Cooling and protection“.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 1RLVHOHYHOV &KDSWHU 1RLVHOHYHOV The following tables show the surface sound pressure levels in dB(A) for 50 Hz. The values at full load for all other heat exchangers will be 1 dB (A) for all noise levels. Noise levels for 60 Hz will be 3 dB(A) higher. the lower value being valid for machines with a no-load level above 82 dB(A) and the higher value for those with a no-load level below 75 dB(A). at rated voltage and no-load. measured at 1m distance.

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0 KRUL]RQWDOPDFKLQHV. 7DEOH /LPLWVIRUWKHPD[EHDULQJKRXVLQJYLEUDWLRQDFFRUGLQJWRGLIIHUHQWVWDQGDUGV IRU0RXQWLQJ$UUDQJHPHQW.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 5XQQLQJTXDOLW\  9LEUDWLRQ6HYHULW\  %HDULQJ+RXVLQJ The standard running quality of the bearing housing complies with IEC 60034-14 second edition. vibration grade R for speeds up to 1800 rpm. The following table gives an overview of accessible limits for the max. vibration grade N for speeds over 1800 rpm. bearing housing vibration according to different standards. Limits of other standards are accessible on request.

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The limit of API 541 is accessible on request. the ABB factory standard vibration limit complies with IEC 60034-14 and NEMA MG-1. 7DEOH /LPLWVIRUWKHPD[LPXPVKDIWYLEUDWLRQDFFRUGLQJWRGLIIHUHQWVWDQGDUGV 6WDQGDUG $%%IDFWRU\ . The following table presents different limits according to different standards. 7KLUG(GLWLRQ 5HPDUN5RW 6SHHG>USP@ 0D[5HODWLYH6KDIW 'LVSODFHPHQW>—P@SS 0D[5HODWLYH6KDIW 'LVSODFHPHQW>PLOV@SS Qd  2. en 10-58 .0 vibration grade R n d1800 70 -- vibration grade R n > 1800 50 -- special machines d 1800 70 2.g.(& 6HFRQG(GLWLRQ 1(0$0* 5HYLVLRQ $3.8 special machines n t 1801 50 2.5 1) On request 3BSM900026.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 5XQQLQJTXDOLW\  5HODWLYH6KDIW9LEUDWLRQ On four pole machines with sleeve bearings and shaft vibration monitoring system (e.0 n d5000 38 1) 1. Bently Nevada).5 Q!  2.

NEMA MG-1 and API 541. 7DEOH /LPLWVIRUWKHPD[FRPELQHGPHFKDQGHOUXQRXWDFFWRGLIIHUHQWVWDQGDUGV 6WDQGDUG 5HPDUN5RW 6SHHG>USP@ 0D[5HODWLYH6KDIW 'LVSODFHPHQW>—P@SS 0D[5HODWLYH6KDIW 'LVSODFHPHQW>PLOV@SS $%%IDFWRU\   0.0 -- vibration grade R n > 1800 12. en 10-59 .0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 5XQQLQJTXDOLW\  7RWDO5XQRXW0HDVXUHPHQW On machines with sleeve bearings and a shaft vibration monitoring system the total electrical and mechanical runout will be optionally measured during the manufacturing of the shaftsensing areas.5 0.4 vibration grade R n d1800 18.5 n d5000 11.7 special machines n t 1801 12.5 -- special machines n d 1800 17.(& 6HFRQG(GLWLRQ 1(0$0* 5HYLVLRQ $3. 7KLUG(GLWLRQ 3BSM900026.4 0. The following table presents the requirements of different standards. The total runout will be measured again after the final assembly.5 0. The quality of the runout complies with IEC 60034-14.45 .

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The reference values are valid for a stiff-stiff foundation: Stiffness in horizontal and vertical direction of 5 MN/mm.1900 2150 .1850 - $0&0 1700 . 7DEOH 6HSDUDWLRQPDUJLQVIRUODWHUDOFULWLFDOVSHHGVDFFRUGLQJWRGLIIHUHQWVWDQGDUGV 6HSDUDWLRQ 0DUJLQ>@ $%%IDFWRU\ . higher values for short cores.(& 6HF(GLWLRQ 1(0$0* 5HY $3.2400 $0&6 2000 . All machines with four or more poles run below the first critical speed. The critical speeds are given in table 2.2100 2100 .2300 $0&0 1850 .1800 - Lower values for long cores.1900 - $0&6 1800 . 7KLUG(GLWLRQ . Table 10-6 presents separation margins according to different standards. The critical speed are given in table 10-5.: 7DEOH /DWHUDOFULWLFDOVSHHGVIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV SROH 7\SH 6OHHYHEHDULQJV +] +] $0% 1800 .

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In order to achieve a sufficient running quality. en FULWLFDOVSHHG Q>UPLQ@ 0LQLPXPQXPEHURI SROHVVSHHG>USP@ +] +] AMB 710M AMB 710L 1500 1300 6/1000 6 6 8 AMC 800S AMC 800M AMC 800L 900 820 780 10 10 12 12 12 14 AMC 900M AMC 900L AMC 900X 850 760 680 10 12 12 12 14 16 AMC 1000L AMC 1000X 700 600 12 14 14 16 AMC 1120L AMC 1120X 660 550 14 16 16 18 10-61 . The critical speeds are given in table 10-7. it is recommended to keep a 25% separation margin. 7DEOH &ULWLFDO6SHHGDQGUHTXLUHGPLQLPXPQXPEHURISROHV 7\SH 3BSM900026. stiffness in vertical direction of 5 NM/mm. The reference values are valid for a weak-stiff foundation: Stiffness in horizontal direction of 1 MN/mm. All catalogue machines run below the first critical speed.

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25 corresponds to NCS 4822B 05G Attachment: grey. will be primed. with the winding.  5XVWLQKLELWRUVIRUEDUHVXUIDFHV Spigot seatings. RAL 7040 corresponds to NCS S3502-B 11-63 . Munsell 8B 4.5/3.  6WDQGDUGFRORXUVRISDLQWIRUPRWRUVDQGDWWDFKPHQWV 3BSM900026. and bare parts of machines. and fans when fitted. of which the inner surfaces come into contact with the ambient air. For some parts. For attachments. this internal component will QRW be primed.  7RSFRDW 60 Pm oxirane ester top coat or eqvivalent.  3DLQWEXLOGXS 3ULPHUDQGWRSFRDWDUHEXLOGLQJXSDWRWDOWKLFNQHVVRIGU\FRYHULQJPP The VOLGHLQVWDWRU. The VWDWRUKRXVLQJDQGEXLOWRQFRPSRQHQWV will have been primed by the sub-suppliers. the undersides of the motor feet.25 corresponds to NCS 4822B 05G $0& Motor: blue. 1RWRS FRDW will be applied. en $0% Motor and attachment: blue. such as an DLUWRDLUFRROHU with its fan housing. For this reason priming will not be necessary for these parts.5/3. all parts of the rotor. Munsell 8B 4. which can not be protected with paint. will be protected with a 0. (blowers) the complete paint system will be applied. this coating will be on top of an already applied primer. Therefore.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU $QWLFRUURVLRQSURWHFWLRQ  3ULPHU 60 Pm oxirane ester primer or eqvivalent.08 mm thick coating of a suitable rust inhibitor. For fans.05 to 0. will already be completely coated with the impregnating resin from the vacuum impregnation process and is thus sufficiently protected. Except for the seal and bearing surfaces on the shaft. the complete paint system will be applied.

Surface preparation and painting are carried out indoors on dry goods of ambient temperature. • Drilling platforms and ships. after which primer is sprayed on all parts. 3BSM900026. e. ISO 7352 Determination of resistance to neutral salt spray. Edges and areas hard to reach with spraying are first primed using a brush. if any. pressure sensitive tape method. The system is not suitable for areas with radioactivity. and if necessary repaired and smoothed. edges are rounded to at least 2 mm radius and any surface defects are mended to preparation grade P3 according to ISO 8501-32. • Coastal areas (saliferous air).0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU $QWLFRUURVLRQSURWHFWLRQ  1RUPDWLYHUHIHUHQFHV DIN 53167 Salt spray test on coatings.  )RU2IIVKRUH$SSOLFDWLRQV The painting system is discribed in ABB document 3BSM 007816-A  $FFHSWDEOHHQYLURQPHQWDOFRQGLWLRQV The described painting system is a multi layer systerm for corrosive environment. ISO 8501-1 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Visual assessment of surface cleanliness. ISO 8502-3 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Test for the assessment of surface cleanliness – Assessment of dust on steel surface prepared for painting. • Tropical climates with strong solar radiation. immediately after drying the zinc rich paint is covered with the intermediate coat in order to protect the surface from picking up dirt. The temperature of the painting area is kept > 15 C and the relative humidity is kept < 70 %. en 11-64 . All steel surfaces to be painted are degreased and blast cleaned to Sa 2 1/2 according to ISO 8501-1:19883. When using zinc rich paint. • Installations below and top decks (splashing saliferous water). ISO 8504-2 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Surface preparation methods – Abrasive blast cleaning.  3DLQWDSSOLFDWLRQ Castings and welded structures will be sandblasted and primed by the subsuppliers. • Strong acidic or alkaline-bearing air in industrial areas. • Desert areas with exposure to sandstorms. ISO 8503-1 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Surface roughness characteristics of blast cleaned substrates. The primed surfaces will be degreased.  6XUIDFHWUHDWPHQWSURFHGXUH Welds are ground for removal of spatter and slag. before applying any further coats.g offshore environment.

will be protected with a 0. the surfaces are visually inspected and the total dry film thickness measured using an electromagnetic inductive device. such as an DLUWRDLUFRROHU with its fan housing. Before release.623UHSDUDWLRQRIVWHHOVXEVWUDWHVEHIRUHDSSOLFDWLRQRISDLQWVDQGUHODWHGSURGXFWV9LVXDODVVHVVPHQWRIVXUIDFHFOHDQOLQHVV3DUW3UHSDUDWLRQ JUDGHVRIZHOGVFXWHGJHVDQGRWKHUDUHDVZLWKVXUIDFHLPSHUIHFWLRQV  .  3DLQWEXLOGXS 3ULPHUDQGWRSFRDWDUHEXLOGLQJDWRWDOWKLFNQHVVRIGU\FRYHULQJPP The VOLGHLQVWDWRU.  . en 11-65 .  5XVWLQKLELWRUVIRUEDUHVXUIDFHV Spigot seatings. Except for the seal and bearing surfaces on the shaft. will be primed. The painting is then completed with another layer of primer/intermediate coat and the topcoat.  7RSFRDW 50 Pm PU 110 or eqvivalent. and bare parts of machines. will already be completely coated with the impregnating resin from the VPI process and is thus sufficiently protected. For attachments. vacuum cleaned and washed with a solvent to secure good adhesion between the paint layers. The paint materials are heated. also on the largest machines. this internal component will QRW be primed. with the winding. High pressure spraying is performed using two-component equipment. well ventilated and equipped with a lift.  . Each paint booth is well lighted.623UHSDUDWLRQRIVWHHOVXEVWUDWHVEHIRUHDSSOLFDWLRQRISDLQWVDQGUHODWHGSURGXFWV9LVXDODVVHVVPHQWRIVXUIDFHFOHDQOLQHVV3DUW5XVW JUDGHVDQGSUHSDUDWLRQJUDGHVRIXQFRDWHGVWHHOVXEVWUDWHVDEGVWHHOVXEVWUDWHVDIWHURYHUDOOUHPRYDORISUHYLRXVFRDWLQJVDOVRNQRZQDV66  3ULPHU 50 Pm Interzink 52 or eqvivalent. For some parts. 3BSM900026. and fans when fitted.08 mm thick coating of a suitable rust inhibitor. this coating will be on top of an already applied primer. in which base and curing agents are mixed in the gun. the undersides of the motor feet. the complete paint system will be applied. of which the inner surfaces come into contact with the ambient air.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU $QWLFRUURVLRQSURWHFWLRQ After drying of the paint. Therefore.05 to 0. For fans. 1RWRS FRDW will be applied. (blowers) the complete paint system will be applied. which can not be protected with paint. which facilitates the use of high solid low solvent products. Before application of further coats of paint the surfaces are ground. the parts are transported to the machine shop and assembled to a complete machine. For this reason priming will not be necessary for these parts. so that the painter can easily reach all parts. The VWDWRUKRXVLQJDQGEXLOWRQFRPSRQHQWV will have been primed by the subsuppliers.QWHUPHGLDWH 250 Pm Duatar HM or eqvivalent. all parts of the rotor.

5/3.25 corresponds to NCS 4822B 05G Attachment: grey. ISO 8503-1 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Surface roughness characteristics of blast cleaned substrates. pressure sensitive tape method. RAL 7040 corresponds to NCS S3502-B  1RUPDWLYHUHIHUHQFHV 3BSM900026. ISO 8504-2 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Surface preparation methods – Abrasive blast cleaning. Munsell 8B 4. 11-66 . Munsell 8B 4.25 corresponds to NCS 4822B 05G AMC: Motor: blue. ISO 8501-1 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Visual assessment of surface cleanliness.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU $QWLFRUURVLRQSURWHFWLRQ  6WDQGDUGFRORXUVRISDLQWIRUPRWRUVDQGDWWDFKPHQWV AMB: Motor and Attachment: blue. ISO 7352 Determination of resistance to neutral salt spray.5/3. en DIN 53167 Salt spray test on coatings. ISO 8502-3 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Test for the assessment of surface cleanliness – Assessment of dust on steel surface prepared for painting.

94 0.90 0. en 12-67 .91 0. 7DEOH $OWLWXGHVDQGDPELHQWWHPSHUDWXUHVIRUIXOOUDWHGRXWSXW $OWLWXGH>P@ 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 7HPSHUDWXUH >&ƒ@ 40 36 32 28 24 20 16 Water inlet temperature above 27°C for cooling method IC81W: 3BSM900026.83 0.93 0.93 0.96 0. the rated output shown on the motor data sheet must be multiplied by the corresponding correction factor given in the next table.06 1. Therefore. 7DEOH 2XWSXWFRUUHFWLRQIDFWRUV $PELHQW 7HPSHUDWXUH 2XWSXWFRUUHFWLRQIDFWRUVIRUGLIIHUHQWDOWLWXGHV>P@ >&ƒ@ 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000  1.97 0. in case of cooling methods IC01.00 0.84  1.89 0.86 0.88 0.91 0. no information is given with regard to the ambient temperature.97 0.85 0.81 0.80 If.00 0.03 1.97 0. IC31 and IC611 for site altitudes 1000m to 4000m.94 0.91 0.78  0.84 0.87 0.88  1.00 0.87 0.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 2XWSXWVIRUGHYLDWLRQVIURPQRUPDOFRQGLWLRQV &KDSWHU 2XWSXWVIRUGHYLDWLRQVIURPQRUPDOFRQGLWLRQV  6LWH&RQGLWLRQV Should the ambient temperature and/or the site altitude deviate from the normal conditions.80  0.82 0.81  0. it will be assumed that the lower cooling capacity is equalized by a lower ambient temperature.03 1.87 0. assuming the values of altitude and temperature shown in the table below the nominal rated output may remain unchanged.79  0.82 0.84 0.

The manufacturer should be contacted in cases of voltages higher than 105% of rated value.93 0.92 0. Diagram 1 3BSM900026.&: &RROLQJ ZDWHULQOHW WHPS 2XWSXWFRUUHFWLRQIDFWRUVIRUGLIIHUHQWDOWLWXGHV>P@ >&ƒ@ 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000  1.93 0. 7DEOH 2XWSXWFRUUHFWLRQIDFWRUVIRU.87 0.88  0.97 0.95 0.9  0.90 0.81  0.84 0.95 0.91 0.91  'HYLDWLRQLQ6XSSO\9ROWDJH9DULDWLRQ Continuous operation below 95% rated voltage necessitates a reduction in rated output in accordance with Diagram 1.00 0.98 0.88  0. en 12-68 .0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 2XWSXWVIRUGHYLDWLRQVIURPQRUPDOFRQGLWLRQV • The rated output must be reduced by multiplying with the corresponding correction factor given in the next table.

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Exact information will be given RQUHTXHVW. machines without internal fans (see section 2. Except for the air-to-air cooled units. (IC611). Should bi-directional operation be required for machines with internal fans or IC611 it may be necessary to decrease the output by up to 7%.2) are designed for bi-directional operation without any change in output. en 12-69 . 3BSM900026.

9 % Power factor cosM = 0.994) = 993 r/min Stator current I = 1. 6 kV.1. 1000 rpm.9 50% and 75% values are also divided by 1.12 Efficiency KF 100 = KB100 .12 x 576 A = 645 A Torque 7n = 1.12 3BSM900026.7 Max torque Tmax/TN = 2.11 (100 -KB100) Power factors cosM F100 = cosM B100 Moment of inertia and weights are as in the register‘s list.12 x 48.  ([DPSOH $0% A customer requires an offer for a 5600 kW motor IC81W (TEAWC) in temperature rise F (105 K).0.2 .QB) Torque and stator current must be multiplied by 1.12 = 1. en 13-70 .12 = 4.12 (1000 .0 kNm = 53. The data of the offered motor would be as follows: Motor type AMB 710L6 Rated output 5600 kW (list machine 5'000 kW) Speed n = 1000 .and AMC-machines in PIF (Product Information File) are for temperature rise B.26/1.12 = 0.86 Current I0/IN = 0. The data must be corrected (approximation only) according to the following formulas: Speed QF = QS -1. 50 Hz.23 IS/IN = 5.97.11 (100 .12 (QS .0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 7HPSHUDWXUHFODVV) &KDSWHU 7HPSHUDWXUHFODVV)  )RUPXODV All the rating lists for AMB.1/1.12 Relative Values of torques and currents must be divided by 1.0. When offering F-rise machines.2) = 96. take the data for the machine one step lower than the required rated output.3/1.8 kNm Efficiency K = 97.

5 Power factor cosM = 0.995) = 994 r/min Stator current I = 1.8 . The data of the offered motor would be as follows: Motor type AMC 800 M6 Rated output 11200 kW (list machine 10‘000 kW) Speed n = 1000 . 1000 rpm.12 = 0.11 (100 .0/1.28/1.1. en 13-71 .12 (1000 .0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 7HPSHUDWXUHFODVV) $0& A customer requires an offer for a 11200 kW motor in temperature rise F (105 K).0 = 107.12 = 1.88 Current I0/IN = 0.12 x 1119 A = 1253 A Torque 7n = 1.12 = 4.8) = 97.8 50% and 75% values are also divided by 1. 6 kV.5 kNm Efficiency K = 97.97. 50 Hz.25 IS/IN = 5.2/1.6 Max torque Tmax/TN = 2.12 x 96.12 3BSM900026.0.

as for instance reswitching following short voltage interruptions. Furthermore. can produce torques inadmissible for the standard machines. $&6 The integrated Sinus-filter reduces the effects of the converter to a negligible extent. en 14-72 . Therefore. 3BSM900026. The motor manufacturer is not responsible for torsional analysis. Should the exciting and resonant frequencies coincide.  0HFKDQLFDO%HKDYLRXU'XULQJ&RQYHUWHUIHG2SHUDWLRQ Converter-fed operation leads to a reduction in the nominal output because of additional losses resulting from non-sinusoidal voltages and currents. it is a basic principle that for converter-fed operation a torsional vibration analysis must be performed in order to check the mechanical stresses in the whole shaft train. a torsional vibrational analysis should be performed. these torques could lead to inadmissible stressing in the shaft train.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU %HKDYLRXUGXULQJVZLWFKLQJDQGFRQYHUWHUIHGRSHUDWLRQ &KDSWHU %HKDYLRXUGXULQJVZLWFKLQJDQGFRQYHUWHUIHG RSHUDWLRQ  0HFKDQLFDO%HKDYLRXU'XULQJ6ZLWFKLQJ2SHUDWLRQV Switching operations. Should the motor manufacturer be contracted to carry out these calculations he must be furnished with the necessary data on the shaft train components and on the conditions of the power supply system. oscillating torques arise and are superimposed to the constant driving torque. If such are expected.

In case of motors fed by ACS 600 a common mode filter should be provided.  6HSDUDWHYHQWLODWLRQ 3BSM900026. The associated extra charge. including that for the recommended speed monitors are to be extracted from the accessories price list. For $&6 with sinusoidal filter normal insulation for line fed machines can be applied. For machines fed by a non-ABB converter. right choice of the feeding cable and its correct protective earthing contribute to a failure free operation of the motor. Therefore.  6SHHGPRQLWRULQJ As a rule. To prevent bearing current paths.  %HDULQJV Converter-fed operation causes additional shaft voltages which could result in bearing damage. speed monitoring is necessary for machine control. en 15-73 . also the speed monitor has to be fully insulated against the shaft.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 5HPDUNVRQGHVLJQIRUFRQYHUWHUIHGPDFKLQHV &KDSWHU 5HPDUNVRQGHVLJQIRUFRQYHUWHUIHGPDFKLQHV  . Depending on the converter type the following provisions are recommended: • ACS 1000: no special provision necessary • ACS 6000 and Megastar: Independent of bearing type (antifriction. special information on insulation requirements have to be provided. the N-end of the shaft provides the possibility of mounting a speed monitor.QVXODWLRQ Due to the voltage harmonics which arise during converter-fed operation the winding insulation is laid out for at least double the rated motor voltage. sleeve) both bearings has to be insulated • ACS 600: Independent of bearing type both bearings have to be insulated • other converters on request Additionally careful grounding of the motor.

As an option two separate boxes with 3 terminals each can be supplied. In air-air cooled machines this is true for both the primary and secondary cooling circuit. the difference can be up to 10 dB(A).5 dB (A).  7HUPLQDOFRQQHFWLRQVIRUPDFKLQHVZLWKWZRVWDWRUZLQGLQJV The 2 x 3 winding ends are brought out to 6 bar-type terminals in a common terminal box.g. air-water cooler and low to medium speed). Binding data should be requested for each particular case. then self-ventilation is not sufficient to provide for an effective heat transfer in the lower speed range. For machines with a relatively low noise level (e. pumps). In such cases. Exception: For ACS 1000 the noise increase will only be 1. 3BSM900026. For machines which already have a high noise level (high speed and air-air cooler) in direct online operation. the necessary air circulation must be provided by separate ventilation. the critical speeds must have at least 20% margin to the specified speed range.g.  2VFLOODWLQJ7RUTXHV The section „Behaviour during switching and converter-fed operation“ is to be observed with regard to the suitability of the shaft and the shaft train when subjected to the oscillating torques which arise during converter-fed operation.  &ULWLFDOVSHHG When selecting the machine it must be ensured that the first critical speed is at least 20% above the operating speed range. the noise level is therefore higher for converter-fed operation than for line operation. the difference will generally be about 6 dB(A). If the torque is independent or only slightly dependent on the speed. In general. In case of machines having an operating speed range between two critical speeds.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 5HPDUNVRQGHVLJQIRUFRQYHUWHUIHGPDFKLQHV Self-ventilation is sufficient for driven equipment with a load characteristic where the torque varies to the square of the speed (e. en 15-74 .  1RLVH Current harmonics cause additional noise excitation.

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to connect screens of sensor leads. 16-75 . • Stainless steel gland plate  7HUPLQDOER[  $X[LOLDU\WHUPLQDOER[ • Instrumentation earthing bar.or 4-wire design for monitoring cold air of forced ventilated motors. • A differential pressure switch in case of separate ventilation. (only DNV) • Pt100 in 3. • Terminals with earth bolts • Earthing terminals for each incoming cable • Cable gland plate fitted with multi cable transit frame for cable entry. to avoid interference of motor control. • Auxiliary terminal box Material: glassfibre reinforced polyester or stainless steel  9DULDEOHVSHHGPRWRUV 3BSM900026. (other materials for sea water) • Leakage detector for monitoring leakage in inner tubes.  0DULQH$SSOLFDWLRQ  $LUWRZDWHUKHDWH[FKDQJHU • Double tube design for fresh water cooling with inner tubes in Cu90/Ni10 and outer tubes in Cu. en • A digital pulse encoder Leine & Linde 186. insulated against motor shaft. Sealing elements to be supplied by the customer.

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not witnessed. coupling seat). • Accessories: to be approved by Inspection Authority • Additional earthing: cooler -> housing  $FFHVVRULHV 3BSM900026. • Sectional drawing including bearing arrangement.1C from shaft steel and cooler manufacturer (DNV attendance of tests). plus witnessing of material tests at ABB • Ultrasonic test on shaft before welding (not witnessed). • Surface crack detection (NDT) on welds. plus stamping prior to separate material from shaft. or • material certificate 3. and on shaft after machining (bearing sections. • Material certificate 3. en 16-76 .1B from shaft steel supplier.

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24 10 .2 X 149.7 M 56.7 6 . 3BSM900026.1 X 115.24 340/320 X 187.24 12 .2 L 117.24 300/285 S 79.24 280/265 AMC 900 AMC 1000 Sleeve Bearings 8 .4 M 77.0 L 119.3 – 130.2 X 106.1 X 127.24 320/300 340/320 S = Short M = Medium L = Long X = Extra Long The values represent the shaft from the shaft extension shoulder to 1/3 of the core length.2 X 70. Deviations are in the order of 10%.9 L 156.4 AMC 1120 12 .24 300/285 320-300 )UDPH /HQJWK 6SULQJ &RQVWDQW >01PUDG@ S 90.7 – 57.3 – 123.6 – 163.8 – 58.2 – 90.1 M 88. en Lower values: for long cores Higher values: for short cores 17-79 .8 – 93.4 – 42.2 6 .6 AMC 900 AMC 1000 AMC 1120 4 250/235 S 41. The spring constant values should only be used for investigations allowing for a single mass presentation of the motor-rotor.9 – 39.  $0& 7DEOH 7RUVLRQDOVSULQJFRQVWDQWIRU$0&0DFKLQHV .3 10 .24 280/265 S 57.4 S 130.9 AMC 800 4 250/235 S 37.6 M 124.LQGRI %HDULQJ Antifriction Bearings 0RWRU7\SH 1RRI3ROHV 6KDIW ([WHQVLRQ >PP@ AMC 800 6 .0 L 74.3 – 193.

or the normal industrial testing practice and the corresponding ABB internal standards were followed. big AMC motors).0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 7HVWV &KDSWHU 7HVWV  5RXWLQH7HVWV In addition to the tests and inspections carried out during production. No Load Operation at rated voltage and frequency 6. Slip and current will then be calculated. the test procedures were based on the IEC recommendations. General Tests Test of Accessory Parts 2. 7. Insulation Resistance of Windings 3. NEMA. Current symmetry at reduced voltage. Winding-Resistance 4. The temperature rise test and efficiency determination will be performed at full load or with equivalent load (two-frequency method. if the purchase order specifies a particular standard. High-Voltage Test 8. e. either the IEEE. Short circuit point at rated current. en 18-80 .1 times rated voltage. iron. 3BSM900026. • Plotting of short circuit characteristic at reduced voltage up to 1.  7\SH7HVWV The following type tests can also be carried out in addition to the routine tests against extra charge: • Temperature rise test for stator winding (two-frequency method). Direction of Rotation 5.g. • Plotting of no load curve (iron and friction losses) up to 1. vertical motors.3 times rated current. friction and windage losses will be taken from the no-load test. each machine is subjected to the final tests as listed below: 1. Bearing Vibration 9. • Efficiency determination by the equivalent circuit method ( according IEEE 112F1). EN or DINVDE standards were drawn upon. then that standard is to be followed. However. Separately Driven Fans and Air-Flow Monitor In principle. For tests not covered by the IEC recommendations.

Magnetization of Stator 17. EN. Where a test was not covered in these documents. Overspeed Test 10. Efficiency/Direct Measurement.5 / 0. Residual Voltage Curve 16. or normal industrial testing practice and the corresponding ABB internal instructions were used.5 / 0. en 18-81 . NEMA. Short-Circuit Characteristic up to rated current 6.25) PN Power Factor 3.25 / 0. API541or DINVDE standards were drawn upon.75 / 1 / 1. Power Factor 4. Polarization Index 15.0DFKLQH'HVFULSWLRQIRU$0%DQG$0&0DFKLQHV &KDSWHU 7HVWV  6SHFLDO7HVWV The following type tests can also be carried out against extra charge: 1. the IEEE. However. Speed-Torque Curve 7. Locked Rotor Torque 5. The test procedures were generally based on the IEC recommendations. Vibration Analysis 13. Mass Moment of Inertia 9. if the purchase order specifies a particular standard. Efficiency/Equivalent circuit method according IEEE 112F1 (0. 3BSM900026. Noise Measurement 12. Breakdown Torque 8.75 / 1 / 1. (0.25 / 0. Rate of Cooling Air-Flow 11. Dielectric Loss Factor The Factory must be contacted for all special tests to confirm feasibility. then that standard is to be followed.25) PN Power Factor 2. Motor for Increased Safety Exe / Exp 14. Stator Impedance equivalent schema 18. Efficiency/Segregated-Loss Method to IEC.

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