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60034-14 "Machines mounted in situ"

60034-14 "Machines mounted in situ"

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The scope of this standard says "This standard is not applicable to machines mounted in situ". Does anyone know what this means?

My motor is mounted to a gearbox by a flange, does that mean this standard wouldn't apply to it?

RE: 60034-14 "Machines mounted in situ"

Possibly motors which are an integral part of a larger machine or device, such that they do not have a frame or casing of their own, i.e the stator iron is mounted directly into the machine. If your motor is a standard IEC frame size and type then the standard will almost certainly apply to it.

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