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Universal Electric Motor Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of universal electric motor manufacturers and suppliers. Find universal electric motor companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture universal electric motors to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top universal electric motor manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the universal electric motor companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of universal electric motor controls, universal electric motor products, and universal electric motor suppliers of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

Leading Companies:

  • Mankato, MN 612-746-7624

    The universal electric motors that we offer will astound you with the lasting value that they will provide. We have skilled teams of designers and engineers capable of working with you to design and manufacture a motor that is just as customized as you need it in order to ensure a product that will perfectly fit your requirements. Get in touch with us today via telephone or email to learn more today!

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  • Stratham, NH 844-338-8114

    When reliability and power are a must, the universal motors you find at ElectroCraft can operate with high efficiency, low voltage, and at a low cost. Applications that our universal electric motors serve include robotics, packaging, automotive, and medical equipment. Electric motor products include the CompletePowerâ„¢ Plus Universal Drive, complete with a user-friendly configurable interface. For more details, contact ElectroCraft today!

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  • Taunton, MA 650 524 8822

    Maxon Precision Motors, Inc., manufactures small, high-quality, precision DC brush and brushless motors used in medical, semiconductor, test and measurement, robotics, and manufacturing applications, among others. These advanced motors range in size from 4 to 90 mm and are available up to 500 watts. maxon also offers an extensive selection of gearheads, encoders, tachometers, and control electronics to complement its family of motors.

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  • Monroe, WI 608-325-9161

    At Carter Motor, some of the motors manufactured include AC universal motors, small motors, DC universal motors, DC permanent magnet motors, DC shunt wound motors and gearmotors, along with many others. All Carter Motor products are designed and assembled in the United States by hard-working employees. From engineers to shipping clerks, the staff takes pride in every part of the process.

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  • Preston, CT 860-889-8476

    Piela Electric, Inc.! Specialists in electric motor and pump service, repair, and replacement. You'll never be just a number with us. We blend technical excellence with the personal attention you expect. Serving our customers is our number one priority at Piela Electric, Inc. We make every effort to get you back on-line efficiently by our pick up and delivery policy and we guarantee all of our work for one year.

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  • Titusville, FL 321-268-5500

    Rex Engineering manufactures gear motors, AC motors and DC motors. We also specialize in sub-fractional HP motors and design all products to your custom specifications. We are focused on providing excellent customer service, quality workmanship, competitive pricing, and constant design improvements for more reliable and versatile products. Contact us today for more information.

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Universal Electric Motor Industry Information

Universal Electric Motors

A universal electric motor is different from regular electric motors in that they can run on either alternating current or direct current supply. The basic difference between AC (alternating current) and DC (direct current) power is the direction in which the current flows through the engine. DC motors flow in only one direction, while AC can alternate direction without affecting the operation of the appliance to which it is supplying power. Universal motors are cost-efficient solutions for power supply and, despite their shorter life spans, still provide an excellent source of mechanical power.

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Applications of Universal Electric Motors

Universal electric motors are used in blenders, vacuum cleaners, power tools, clothes washers, fans, blow dryers, and other common appliances. A universal motor offers an advantage over regular AC motors because they have a high starting torque level. Other characteristics, such as high top speeds and compact designs, are also commonly found with DC motors and not AC motors, which tend to provide lower speeds and operating power. Therefore, due to this ability, universal motors are suitable for applications that require high speeds for periods of intermittent use. They are not suitable for continuous or prolonged usage, and even when used only intermittently, the life span of universal motors is considerably shorter than many other types of motors. Despite the flexibility to operate on both types of power supply however, a universal electric motor almost always runs on AC power.

Factors to Consider When Purchasing Universal Electric Motors

Also called series-wound motors, universal motors tend to have many features and capabilities that are most often found with DC electric motors, particularly brush motors. As with all small electric motors, when determining the most suitable type of universal motor to use in a given applications, manufacturers should consider variables such as the required mounting type and enclosure, as well as the mechanical requirements of the operation. These physical features will be dependent on the intended application and place of use for the motor, whether the enclosure needs to be weather proof and durable, or if it is not needed to protect the motor against other elements. Other factors to consider include desired start up torque and the required output capacity of a motor, which will also be application-dependent. There are a number of motor choices, but many FHP motors are also standard designs, which meet the basic needs of a range of applications.



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