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INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR INDUCTION MOTORS ENGLISH

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ИНСТРУКЦИЯ ПО УСТАНОВКЕ И
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INSTRUKCJA INSTALACJI, OBSŁUGI I EKSPLOATACJI


SILNIKÓW INDUKCYJNYCH POLSKI

MANUAL DE INSTALAÇÃO, OPERAÇÃO E MANUTENÇÃO


PARA MOTORES DE INDUÇÃO TRIFÁSICOS PORTUGUÊS

OIKOSULKUMOOTTORIEN ASENNUS-,
KÄYTTÖ- JA HUOLTO-OHJEET FINNISH
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INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR INDUCTION MOTORS
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INSTRUCCIONES PARA LA INSTALACIÓN Y
MANTENIMIENTO DE MOTORES ELÉCTRICOS
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ITALIANO FRANÇAIS DEUTSCH


BETRIEBS - UND WARTUNGSANLEITUNGEN FÜR
ELEKTROMOTOREN
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MOTEURS ÉLECTRIQUES
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ISTRUZIONI D’USO E MANUTENZIONE PER MOTORI


ELETTRICI
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ELEKTRISKE MOTORER
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SVENSKA
INSTALLATIONS- OCH UNDERHÅLLSINSTRUKTIONER
FÖR ELEKTRISKA MOTORER
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INDEX

1. RECEIVING INSPECTION
2.HANDLING AND TRANSPORTATION
3. STORAGE
4. INSTALLATION
4.1 - Safety
4.2 - Operating Conditions
4.3 - Foundation
4.4 - Drain Holes
4.5 – Balance
4.6 – Alignment
4.7 - Couplings
4.8 – Electrical Connection
4.9 - Starting Methods
4.10 – Protection Device
4.11 - Start-Up
5 - MAINTENANCE
5.1 - Lubrication
5.1.1 - Machines without Grease Nipples
5.1.2 - Machines Fitted with Grease Fittings
5.1.3 - Compatibility of MOBIL Polirex EM grease with other types of grease
5.2 – Assembly and Disassembly
6 - SPARE PARTS
7 - VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE MOTORS
7.1 - Standard Motors
7.2 - Inverter Duty Motors
7.3 – Bearing insulation
8 - ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS
8.1 – Smoke Extraction Motors
8.2 – Hazardous Area Motors
8.2.1 General
8.2.2 Installation
8.2.3 Checking and Maintenance
8.2.4 Explosion Proof Motor Repairs
9. WARRANTY TERMS


This manual is intended to supply important topics that must be followed during
transportation, installation, operation and maintenance of WEG motors.
Therefore, we recommend reading carefully this manual before installing and
operating the motor.
To ensure physical integrity to the operation and material protection, all

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information included in this Manual must be strictly followed.

1. RECEIVING INSPECTION: This locking device must be


used on any further motor
When receiving the motor and anything has
transportation, even when this
been noticed, notify immediately the carrier,
means to uncouple the motor
the insurance company and WEG.
from the driven machine.
Failure in giving notice to the carrier, to the
insurance company and to WEG may result
in loosing product warranty. 3. STORAGE
If motors are not immediately installed, they
Do not remove the existing protecting must be stored in dry areas, free of dust,
grease from the shaft end, nor the stoppers vibrations, gases, corrosive smokes, under
or plugs that close the terminal box holes, constant temperature and in normal position
if any. These protection items must be kept free from other materials.
in place until the final installation has been
concluded. Motor storage temperature must remain
After being removed from the package, a between 5ºC to 60ºC, with relative humidity
complete visual inspection on the motor not exceeding 50%.
should be made:
If motors are stored for more than two years,
 Check if any damage has occurred during bearings must be replaced or the lubrication
transportation. grease must be totally removed after
 Check nameplate data. cleaning.
 Rotate the shaft by hand to make sure it is
turning freely. Single-phase motors when kept in stock for
 Make sure the motor was not exposed 2 years or more must have their capacitors
to excessive dirt and moisture during replaced (if any).
transportation and storage.
2. HANDLING AND WEG recommends to rotate the shaft (by
hands) at least once a month, and to measure
TRANSPORTATION
the insulation resistance before installing it, if
Motors must not be lifted by motors are stored for more than 6 months or
the shaft, but by the eyebolts
when subject to high humidity areas.
specific for such purpose.
If motor is fitted with space heaters, it is
recommended to switch them on during
Lifting devices, when supplied, are designed storage period if the relative humidity exceeds
only to support the motor. If the motor has 50%.
two lifting devices, then a double chain must If motor remains in stock for a long period
be used to lift it. without having the space heaters switched-
Lifting and lowering must be done gently on or when installed but not in operation,
without any shocks, to avoid bearing moisture/water inside the motor may
damage. condense. On these cases, water must be
drained by removing the threaded drain
During transportation, motors plugs. When drainage is done, switch-on the
fitted with roller or angular space heaters and make sure the motor is
contact bearings are protected completely dry, then reinstall the drain plugs
against bearing damages with a to ensure proper Degree of Protection (see
shaft locking device. figure 1).

The space heaters should NEVER be Where:
energized while motor is running. R(25°C) = insulation resistance related to
25ºC ambient temperature
K = constant value 234.5 for copper
Ta = ambient temperature where the
resistance was measured
R(Ta) = resistance value measured in
ambient temperature Ta

4. INSTALLATION
4.1 – Safety.
Drain plug position
All personnel involved with electrical installa-
tions, either handling, lifting, operation, start
up, maintenance or repair must be well in-
Figure 1 formed and updated concerning safety stan-
Drain plugs

Insulation Resistance Checking dards and principles that govern the work
and carefully follow them.
Disconnect motor from power supply
before making any insulation resistance For practical reasons, it is not possible to
measurement. include in this Manual detailed information
To avoid electric discharge risks, discharge that covers all constructive variables, nor
the terminals right after performing the covering all possible assembly, operation or
measurement. maintenance alternatives.
For this reason, the present Manual only
Measure the insulation resistance before includes required information that allows
operating the motor and/or when there is any qualified and trained personnel to carry out
sign of moisture in the winding. the work.

The resistance measured at 25ºC must be: If you still have further questions about it,
especially in reference to specific product
Ri ≥(20 x U) / (1000 + 2P) [MΩ] information, WEG is willing to provide such
(measured with a MEGGER at 500 V d.c.) information via its network of authorized ser-
where U = voltage (V); P = power (kW). vice agents and/or distributors.
In order to allow WEG to provide prompt ser-
If the insulation resistance detected is less
vice, within technical standards, the motor
than 2 M W, the winding must be dried
serial number that is available on the identifi-
according to the following procedure:
cation nameplate should be supplied.
Dismantle the motor and warm up the
Use always appropriate tools for installation
frame and stator in an oven at a minimum
and removal.
temperature of 80ºC increasing 5ºC every
hour until reaching 105ºC, remaining under Make sure that electric motors
this temperature for at least one hour. are switched off before starting

Check if the stator insulation resistance any maintenance service.

remains constant within accepted values.


If not, stator must be reimpregnated. If All rotating parts such as pulleys, couplings,
necessary, replace bearings and seals. outside fans, shaft, etc. must be protected
against accidental contacts.
Notes: Motors must be protected against unexpec-
1 - Measure the insulation resistance in ted starts.
ambient temperature. If different than 25ºC When performing any maintenance service,
it should be corrected using the following disconnect the motor from the power supply.
formula: Make sure all accessories have been swi-
R(25°C) = [( K+25 ) / ( K + Ta )] . R(Ta) tched off and disconnected.
In order to prevent from penetrating dust

and/or water inside the terminal box, cable with moisture, dirt and/or corrosive materials
glands or threaded pipe in the lead passage either in enclosed or open environments.
holes must be installed. It must be equal or
higher IP rating than the motor. 4.3 - Foundation
Lead connection insulation

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Motors provided with feet must be installed
inside the terminal box must be on solid foundations to avoid excessive
done with an insulating material vibrations.
compatible with motor thermal All motors must be fully fixed and aligned.
class which is shown on the The purchaser is fully responsible for the
motor nameplate. foundation.
Metal parts must be painted to avoid
If installation and safety instructions are not
corrosion.
followed accordingly, warranty may be void.
The foundation must be uniform and
4.2 - Operating Conditions
sufficiently strong to support any shock. It
must be designed in such a way to stop any
In general electric motors are designed for
vibration originated from resonance.
operation up to an altitude of 1000m above
sea level for an ambient temperature ranging
Note: Considering that rotation direction is
from -20ºC to 40ºC. Any variation is stated
important for correct operation, then check
on the nameplate.
it carefully before connecting motor to the
The recommended installation distance be-
load.
tween air inlet from the motor and the wall
should be at least ¼ of the air inlet diameter. 4.4 - Drain Holes
A person should have enough room to carry
out cleaning services. Make sure drains are placed at the lower motor
Machines that are cooled with ambient air, position when the mounting configuration
air inlet screens must be cleaned at regular differs from that specified on the motor
intervals so as to ensure free air circulation. purchase order.
Warm air can not return to the motor. 4.5 – Balance
- For vertically mounted motors with air inlet
on top, the air opening must be protected by
When special balance is
a proper cover so as to avoid dropping of
required, contact the factory.
foreign materials on the motors.
- Considering that direct sun heat causes
increase in temperature, externally installed All motors are dynamically balanced at the
motors should be always protected against factory with half key.
weathering.
Transmission elements such as pulleys, cou-
Compare the current, voltage, plings etc must be dynamically balanced with
frequency, speed, output and half key before installation.
other values required by the
application with motor nameplate Use always appropriate tools for installation
information. and removal.
ODP MOTORS – Open motors (IP21, IP23) 4.6 – Alignment
are machines designed for operation in clean, Align the shaft ends and use
dry areas, with enough air circulation for flexible coupling, whenever
proper cooling. These motors should never possible.
be used in areas with flammable materials.
Open motors may cause sparks and release Make sure that the motor mounting devices
cast particles under any eventual insulation do not allow modifications on the alignment
failure (short-circuit). and further damages to the bearings.
TEFC MOTORS – Totally enclosed motors When assembling a coupling, make sure to
are machines suitable to operate in areas use suitable equipment and tools to protect

the bearings. duly trained as well as laser equipment to
Suitable assembly of coupling: make motor and driven machine alignment/
Specially in cases of direct couplings, motor leveling.
shaft must be aligned axially and radially with
the driven machine shaft. Expansion effect of the components may
change the alignment/leveling conditions
Incorrect alignment can lead to bearing during motor operation.
damage, vibrations or even cause shaft
rupture. 4.7 - Couplings
Correct alignment can be ensured with the
use of dial gauges, as shown in figures 4.6.1, When using pulley and belt/chain drive
(coupling), follow the instruction given
4.6.2 and 4.6.3.
below:
If considering a complete shaft rotation,
 Remove shaft-locking device (if any) before
misalignment should not exceed 0.05 mm.
installing the motor.
Belts must be tighten just enough to avoid

slippage when running, according to the
specifications stated on the belt supplier
recommendation.
To make the installation of the pulley on the

shaft easier, it is recommended to heat up
the pulley at 80°C and have it mounted at
Fig. 4.6.1 - Axial reading (parallelism) hot, using suitable tools.
To avoid bearing and shaft end damage,

assembly and disassembly the pulleys must
be made with suitable tools.
While assembly and disassembly a pulley,

never make pressure or knocks on the
bearings.
Always use flexible couplings; rigid couplings

require special bearing arrangement as well
as axial and radial alignment of the shafts.

WARNING:
Fig. 4.6.2 – Radial reading (concentricity) Excessive belt/chain tension will
damage the bearings and lead to a
probable shaft rupture.

Couplings used must be suitable to


withstand radial and axial vibrations during
operation. Special care must be taken to
avoid that the allowable load and speed
limit values showing in the catalogs are not
exceeded.
4.8 – Electrical Connection
Fig. 4.6.3 – Axial and radial reading combined Make sure the motor is connected to the
correct power supply.
The axial alignment (“E” dimension) between
Cable gauges and protection devices must
the couplings must be 3mm minimum to
be designed based on motor rated current.
compensate the thermal shaft dilation.
If required, WEG can offer its personnel

Voltage may be connected at motor Rotation direction is clockwise when motor is
~ standstill inside the terminal box for
heating elements or direct winding
viewed from Drive Endshield side and if the
phases are connected according to sequence
heating. L1, L2, L3. This phase sequence and power
system must be positive.

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The capacitor on single-phase
motors can retain a charge which
~ appears across the motor terminals,
To change the rotation direction, reverse two
of the connecting leads.
even when the motor has reached
standstill condition. So, avoid Note: For single-phase motor connections,
touching them at such condition. please check the motor nameplate.
A wrong connection can The connection to the power
burn out the motor. supply must be done by qualified
personnel and with full attention
to assure safe and permanent
Voltage and connection are indicated on the
connection. after connecting the
motor nameplate according to IEC 60034-1.
motor, check for any strange
The acceptable voltage variation is ±5% and
body inside the terminal box. the
the acceptable frequency variation is ±2%,
cable inlets not in use must be
according Zone A - IEC
closed.
60034-1 Standard.

Note: For rated voltage range (multivoltage), Before energizing the terminals,
check if the grounding is made
the acceptable variation is ± 5%.
according to the applicable
standards. this is essential to
4.9 - Starting Methods
avoid accidents.
The motor is rather started through direct
starting. In case this is not possible, use 4.10 – Protection Device
compatible start methods to the motor load
and voltage. When the motor is supplied with protective
When applying reduced voltage starting me- or monitor temperature device such
thod, remember that the starting torque will as thermostats, thermistors, thermal
also reduce. protector etc, connect their terminals to the
corresponding devices on the control panel.
Possible motor Connections: If this procedure is not followed accordingly,
warranty will be void.
 3 leads single voltage and 9 leads dual vol-
Do not change protection devices settings as
tage motors can be started as follows:
they may not operate.
- Full Voltage Direct online
- Auto-Transformer starting Protection Device Diagram
- Electronic Soft-Starting
- VFD Starting – subject to verification and
application analysis.
- Series - Parallel starting (only for 9 leads) Overtemperature
Protected motor
 6 leads single and dual voltage motors with thermostats
and 12 leads dual voltage motors can be
connected as follows: L1 L2 L3
- Full Voltage Direct online Stop switch
- WYE/DELTA starting
- Auto-Transformer starting RATED CURRENT
VOLTAGE(V) (A)
- Electronic Soft-Starting 3x 110-120 3.00
220-240 1.50
- VFD Starting – subject to verification and 440-480 0.75
550-600 0.60
application analysis. THERMOSTATS LEADS

- Series - Parallel starting (only for 12 leads)



 Check bearing condition and pay attention
to: Any excessive noise, vibration, bearing
Overtemperature temperature and grease condition.
Protected motor  When a change, under normal conditions
with thermistors is detected, check the motor and replace
required parts.

L1 L2 L3
do not reuse damaged or worn
parts. replace them by new ones
supplied by the factory.

3x Periodical inspection depends on motor type


RELEASE DEVICE and on application conditions.
THERMISTORS LEADS

5.1 – Lubrication.
4.11 - Start-Up follow regreasing intervals. this
is fundamental for proper motor
If the motor is running bare operation.
shaft, the key must be fastened
or removed before starting. 5.1.1 - Machines without Grease Nipples
Motors up to frame size 200 are normally
a) The motor must start and operate smoothly. fitted without grease fittings. In these
In case this does not occur, turn it off and cases the regreasing shall be done during
check all connections and the mounting preventive maintenance service paying
before starting it again. attention to the following aspects:
 Take motor apart carefully.
b) In case there is excessive vibration, check  Take all the grease out.
if the fixing screws are correctly fastened.  Wash the bearing with kerosene or diesel.
Check also if the vibration comes from a  Dry the bearings.
neighbor machine. Periodical vibration check  Regrease the bearing immediately.
must be done.
5.1.2 – Motors Fitted with Grease Fitting
c) Run the motor under rated load for a short It is strongly recommended to grease the
period of time and compare if the running machine while running. This allows the
current is in accordance to the nameplate grease renewal in the bearing housing.
current. When this is not possible due to rotating
parts by the grease device (pulleys, bushing,
5 - MAINTENANCE etc) that offer some risk to physical integrity
of the operator, proceed as follows:
Any service in electric machines should only  Turn off the motor
be carried out when it is completely stopped  Clean the area near the grease nipple.
and all phases disconnected from the power  Put approximately half of the total grease
supply. and run the motor for 1 minute at full speed.
Then turn off the motor and pump in the rest
of the grease.
WARNING:
 The injection of all the grease with the
safety check list
motor in standstill can make the grease
penetrate into the motor, through the bearing
General Inspection housing inner seal.
 Check motor periodically. Inspections intervals depend on motor type
 Keep motor clean and ensure free air flow. and on application conditions.
 Check seals and replace them, if required.
use only manual grease gun for
 Check connections as well as supporting
lubrication.
screws.

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TABLE 1 - BALL BEARINGS - Series 62/63
Relubrication intervals (running hours – horizontal position)
62 Series
II pole IV pole VI pole VIII pole X pole XII pole Grease
Bearing
60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz (g)

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6209 18400 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 9
6211 14200 16500 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 11
6212 12100 14400 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 13

63 Series
II pole IV pole VI pole VIII pole X pole XII pole Grease
Bearing
60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz (g)
6309 15700 18100 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 13
6311 11500 13700 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 18
6312 9800 11900 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 21
6314 3600 4500 9700 11600 14200 16400 17300 19700 19700 20000 20000 20000 27
6316 - - 8500 10400 12800 14900 15900 18700 18700 20000 20000 20000 34
6319 - - 7000 9000 11000 13000 14000 17400 17400 18600 18600 20000 45
6322 - - 5100 7200 9200 10800 11800 15100 15100 15500 15500 19300 60

TABLE 2 - ROLLER BEARINGS - NU 3 Series


Relubrication intervals (running hours – horizontal position)
II pole IV pole VI pole VIII pole X pole XII Pole Grease
Bearing
60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz (g)
NU 309 9800 13300 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 13
NU 311 6400 9200 19100 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 18
NU 312 5100 7600 17200 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 21
NU 314 1600 2500 7100 8900 11000 13100 15100 16900 16900 19300 19300 20000 27
NU 316 - - 6000 7600 9500 11600 13800 15500 15500 17800 17800 20000 34
NU 319 - - 4700 6000 7600 9800 12200 13700 13700 15700 15700 20000 45
NU 322 - - 3300 4400 5900 7800 10700 11500 11500 13400 13400 17300 60
NU 324 - - 2400 3500 5000 6600 10000 10200 10200 12100 12100 15000 72

Notes:
The tables above are specifically intended of grease and relubrication intervals is given
for relubrification with MOBIL Polyrex EM on an nameplate attached to the motor.
grease and bearing absolute operating
temperature of: We recommended to use ball
 70ºC (158ºF) for 160 to 200 frame size bearings for motors directly
motors coupled to the load
 85ºC (185ºF) for 225 to 355 frame size
motors
WARNING:
For every 15ºC (59ºF) above these limits,
Excess of grease can cause
relubrification intervals must be reduced by
bearing overheating resulting
half. Shielded bearing (ZZ) are lubricated for
in complete damage.
bearing life as long are they operate under
normal conditions and temperature of 70ºC 5.1.3 - Compatibility of MOBIL Polirex EM
(158ºF). grease with other types of grease:
 Relubrication periods given above are for
those cases applying MOBIL Polyrex ® EM Containing polyurea thickener and mineral oil,
grease. the MOBIL Polyrex EM grease is compatible
 When motors are used on the vertical with other types of grease that contain:
position, their relubrication intervals are
reduced by half if compared to horizontal  Lithium base or complex of lithium or
position motors. polyurea and highly refined mineral oil.
 On applications with high or low  Inhibitor additive against corrosion, rust
temperatures, speed variation etc., the type and anti-oxidant additive.
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Note: Before installing a new bearing it is required
 Although MOBIL Polyrex EM is compatible to check the shaft fitting for any sharp edge
with the types of grease given above, we do or strike signals.
not recommend mixing it with any other types
of grease. For bearing assembly, warm their inner parts
 If you intend to use a type of grease with suitable equipment – inductive process
different than those recommended above, – or use suitable tools.
first contact WEG.
Before using standard motors 6 - SPARE PARTS
in specific areas or on special
applications, first contact the When ordering spare parts, please specify
grease manufacturer or weg the full type designation and product code
5.2 Assembly and Disassembly as stated on the motor nameplate. Please
also inform the motor serial number stated
Disassembly and assembly must be done by on the nameplate.
qualified personnel using only suitable tools
and appropriate methods. 7 - VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE
The bearing extractor grips must be applied MOTORS
over the side face of the inner ring to be
disassembled or over an adjacent part. 7.1 - Standard Motors Line
It is essential to assemble bearings under
Motors with voltages up to 575V and fed by
clean conditions to ensure good operation
VFD do not require filters if follow the criteria
and to avoid damages. New bearings shall
below:
only be taken out from their packages when
mounting them.

(*) Informed by the drive manufacturer. * Other frame sizes, under request.
Note:
7.2 - Inverter Duty Motors Line
1) Nameplate showing voltage 380-
415V/660-690V – 50Hz and 440-480 – 60Hz, Motors with voltages above 575V and equal
and fed by VFD on voltage 660-690V – 50Hz or below 690V and fed by VFD do not require
or 480V – 60Hz require filters. filters when following the criteria below:

TECHNICAL CRITERIA FOR VFD APPLICATION


Insulation dV/dt Rise Time(*)
Rated Voltage Voltage Spikes MTBP(*)
System inverter inverter
motor terminals Minimum Time
terminals terminals
(maximum) Between Pulse
(maximum) (minimum)

Reinforced
575V Vrated 690V 2140V 7800 V/ s 0,1 s 6 s
Insulation

(*) Informed by the drive manufacturer.  Check power supply voltage of the forced
cooling set.

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7.3– Bearing insulation: 8.2 Hazardous area motors
Inverter Duty Motors Line in frame sizes 8.2.1 General
315S/M and 355M/L* are supplied with
Besides the recommendations given above,
ground system between the shaft and frame
these recommendations must be also

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on D.E. Also, on request can be supplied
followed.
with insulated bearings.
Hazardous area motors are manufactured
For other lines, in frame sizes 315S/M and according to specific standards for such
355M/L* when used with VFD’s, it is required environments.
ground system between the shaft and frame Motors supplied for hazardous area (classified
or insulated bearings. areas) must be installed in areas that comply
with those specified on the motor nameplate.
(*) Other frame sizes, under request.
Notes:
8 - ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS - Motors of Zone 1 are also suitable for Zone 2.
8.1 - Smoke extraction motors - Motors of the group IIB are suitable also for
the group IIA.
Due to their application, Smoke Extraction - Motors of the group II or IIC are suitable also
Motors require the following additional for the groups IIA and IIB.
operating instructions: - Motors of a given class of temperature are
suitable also for combustible environments of
- Ensure that the motor temperature class,
a greater class of temperature (example, T4
indicated on the identification nameplate,
motors are suitable for environments of class
matches with the maximum operating
T3, T2, T1).
temperature.
- Install non-ventilated motors right on the 8.2.2 Installation
air flow of the cooling fan. Self-ventilated
motors can be installed out of the air flow. A complete installation must follow procedures
- Bearings of Smoke Extraction Motors given by local legislation in effect.
must be relubricated with Krytox GPL 226 The installation of hazardous
grease (special grease for Smoke Extraction area motors must be carried out
Motors). The relubrication intervals are by skilled people.
5 times higher (limiting on 20.000 hours)
as those applied to MOBIL Polyrex® EM The specification of the motor
grease, specified on table 1 and 2. After installation site is for customer’s
20.000 accumulated running hours the responsibility, who will also
bearings must be replace. determine the environment
- The amount of grease for Krytox GPL characteristics.
226 is the double of the values indicated to
MOBIL Polyrex® EM on the table 1 and 2. When cable entrance is made by a cable
- Provide a control system to switch-off gland, this must be suitable to the unit and
motor thermal protection devices during to the type of cable; the cable gland has to
Smoke Extract Duty. be assembled, completely screwed in order
- If the motor at normal condition (40°C to get the necessary pressure on the sealing
ambient) is driven by Inverter (VFD), at rings, so as to:
Smoke Extraction Duty it must be connected - Avoid transmission of mechanical vibrations
direct on line. to the motor terminals.
- The lifetime of the winding is 40.000 hours. - Guarantee mechanical protection “IP” to the
Change the whole motor when the winding terminal box.
has been use for this time.
- Every time a motor is used for Smoke 8.2.3 Checking and maintenance
Extract Duty, this motor must be replaced Maintenance must be carried out by repair
as it should be used only once under such shops duly authorized and accredited by
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Repair shops and people without WEG’s they can be oiled by means of a thin coat of
authorization who will perform any service silicon grease.
on hazardous area motors will be fully  Check if all components are free of edges,
responsible for such service as well as for any knocks or dirt.
consequential damage.  Make sure all parts are in perfect
conditions.
When performing maintenance, installation or  Lubricate the surfaces of the endshield
relubrication, follow these instructions: fittings with protective oil to make the
 Electric connections must be correctly assembly easier.
locked to avoid resistance-increases, with  Use only rubber hammer to fit the parts.
consequent contact overheating.  Check correct bolt fastening.
 Insulation air-distance and surface-  Use clearance calibrator for correct
distance between conductors, required by connection Terminal box fitting (less than
the Standards, must be respected. 0.05mm).
 All screws, used to assemble motor
parts and terminal box, must be completely 8.2.4 Explosion proof motor repairs
screwed.
Repair of parts, directly involved in the
 Seals and components replacement for
protection against risk of an explosion, must
cable entrance would be made using spare
be done without any modification to the
parts, supplied from the manufacturer, in order
original motor design.
to guarantee the original type of protection.
 Explosion Proof motors joint surfaces have After the repair, these parts must be
not to be machined and it is not allowed to submitted to a check and test control and
insert, between them, any kind of seals, not when concluded, the repair shop must issue
foreseen or supplied by the manufacturer. a statement about all operations performed
Joint surfaces have just to be cleaned and, in on a specific motor.
order to avoid corrosion or water penetration;
9. WARRANTY TERMS
WEG warrants its products against defects in workmanship and materials for eighteen (18)
months from the invoice date issued by the factory, authorized distributor or agent limited to
twenty four (24) months from manufacturing date independent of installation date as long as
the following items are fulfilled accordingly:
- Proper transportation, handling and storage;
- Correct installation based on the specified ambient environmental conditions;
- Operation under motor capacity limits;
- Observation of the periodical maintenance services;
- Repair and/or replacement effected only by personnel duly authorized in writing by WEG;
- The failed product be available to the supplier and/or repair shop for a required period to
detect the cause of the failure and corresponding repair;
- Immediate notice by the purchaser about failures occurred and that these are accepted by
WEG as manufacturing defects.
This warranty does not include disassembly services at the purchaser facilities, transportation
costs with product, tickets, accommodation and meals for technical personnel when
requested by the customer.
The warranty service will be only carried out at WEG Authorized Repair Shops or at WEG’s
facilities.
Components whose useful life, under normal use, is shorter than the warranty period are not
covered by these warranty terms.
The repair and/or replacement of parts or components, when affected by WEG and/or any
WEG Authorized Repair Shop, will not give warranty extension.
This constitutes WEG’s only warranty in connection with this sale and the company will have
no obligation or liability whatsoever to people, third parties, other equipment or installations,
including without limitation, any claims for consequential damages or labor costs.

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Manufacturer’s name and WEG EQUIPAMENTOS ELÉTRICOS S.A. - MOTORES
Address: Av. Prefeito Waldemar Grubba, 3000
89256-900 Jaraguá do Sul –SC - Brazil

ENGLISH
We declare under sole responsibility that the products:
* Single- or three-phase induction motors (cast iron frame)
IEC frame 63 up to 355M/L
* Single- or three-phase induction motors (aluminum frame)
IEC frame 63 up to 132M
* Single- or three-phase induction motors (cast iron frame)
NEMA frames 143 up to 587 and 56
to which this declaration relates are in conformity with the following standards:
* IEC 60034-1/2 / 2A/5/6/7/8/9/11/12/14
* IEC 60072 - 1/2
European Standard German Standard VDE-Classification.
EN 55014-1:1993+A1:1997+A2:1999 DIN EN 55014-1:1999-10 VDE 0875 Part 14-1:1999-
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EN 61000-6-2:1999 DIN EN 61000-6-2:2000-03 VDE 0839 Part 6-2:2000-03
EN 61000-3-2:1995+Corr.:1997+A1:1998 + A2:1998 DIN EN 61000-3-2:1998-10
VDE 0838 Part 2:1998-10
EN 61000-3-2:1995/A14:2000 DIN EN 61000-3-2/A14:2001-01 VDE 0838 Part 2/A14:2001-
01
Designation:
The motors are provided with a CE mark, since January 1st, 1996.
By design, the motors, considered as components, comply with the requirements of following
European Directives:
Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC from February 19th, 1973, amended by Directive 93/68/EEC
of July 22nd, 1993,
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC from May 3rd, 1989, including amendments, regarding to the
intrinsic characteristics to emission and immunity levels of Electromagnetic Compatibility
(EMC),
Machinery Directive 89/392/EEC from June 14th, 1989, amended by 91/368/EEC, 93/44/
EEC and 93/68/EEC, in accordance with article 4(2) and annex IIB, Paragraph B, provided
the motors are installed according to our Installation and Maintenance Instructions. The
above mentioned directives were combined, without deviation, in one document as Directive
98/37/EC from June 22nd, 1998. The Directive 98/37/EC cancels and replaces these old
Directives.
Certificate of Incorporation:
The above products cannot be put into service until the machinery into which they are
incorporated has been declared to be in conformity with the Machinery Directive (89/392/
EEC).
The Safety Notices in the product documents and the applicable installation specification (for
instance EN 60204) must be followed.

Jaraguá do Sul, June 16th, 2006

Siegfried Kreutzfeld
Engineering Director

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