Stainless Steel, Washdown-Safe SANIMotor™ is IP69K Rated

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Exceptional gearmotor application for environments exposed to high pressure, high temperature water spray

Bison Gear's New Washdown-Safe SANIMotor™

"We have listened to our customer's needs over the years and are proud to have developed a washdown product that is energy efficient and offers superior performance", says Todd Lucich, VP of Sales at Bison Gear.

Bison's new IP69K rated stainless steel SANIMotor™ uses state-of-the art technology to ensure long, maintenance-free gearmotor life.

This revolutionary gearmotor completely encapsulates all electrical components in thermally conductive epoxy resin, allowing use for up to 40°C (104°F) ambient temperatures. The encapsulated SANIMotor™ is completely enclosed with 304 stainless steel tubing, sealed with EDPM rubber o-rings and secured with hex bolts to guarantee against leaking. Electrical termination is completed with a removable IP69K ABS cordset with a modular, multi-pin power connector.

There are two frame sizes available in 34F (88.4 mm) and 49F (127.0 mm) for the three-phase, 230V SANIMotor™. Each frame size is mated to 7 standard gearing ratios which offer output speeds from 345 RPM to 8 RPM with rated torques ranging from 7 to 500 in-lb (0.8 to 56.5 N-m). The SANIMotor™ was designed for use with variable frequency drives in constant torque configuration from 6 - 60 Hz and constant horsepower configuration from 60 - 90 Hz.

SANIMotor™ is ideal for applications in food, chemical and pharmaceutical processing. High pressure, high temperature water spray industries would greatly benefit from the IP69K rated stainless steel SANIMotor™. Some of those industries include:

  • Foodservice Equipment
  • Packaging Machinery
  • Factory Automation
  • Car Wash Equipment
  • Material Handling
  • Specialty Machinery

SANIMotor™ products are part of Bison's In-Stock, Instant-Ship (ISIS) program that supports Bison's distribution partners and web customers offering same day shipment for orders received before noon (Central Time).


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