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Thrust collar fit for vertical motors?

Thrust collar fit for vertical motors?

Thrust collar fit for vertical motors?

(OP)
I am looking for fit of thrust collar (with runner) on shaft for vertical motors.

Would appreciate any pointers or links.

Muthu
www.edison.co.in

RE: Thrust collar fit for vertical motors?

What kind of vertical motor are we talking about?
A hollow shaft pump motor? A solid shaft unit? An eddy current apparatus?

Not certain what the term "runner" describes.

John

RE: Thrust collar fit for vertical motors?

(OP)
Hi John
This is a solid shaft 900 KW cage motor with the pump directly coupled at the bottom.
The thrust block has a thrust collar, which is shrunk fit on to the shaft and a bolted on thrust runner at the bottom, which glides over the thrust white metal bearings.

An illustrative pic below.






Muthu
www.edison.co.in

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