I have a 3.5 MW motor, syncronous, with two sleeve bearings, (zoelern manufacturer) and i have temperatures up to 93 º C, and the manufacturer of the motor, says me that i could put the alarm temperature on 95ºC and the stop on 100 º C, this seems to be too high, does somebody knows about some standard that talks about this, cause i´ll like to have something like an standard for discussion. thanks
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