EUROPUMP Guide on Safety of Electrical, Submersible Motors

15.04.2002

This guideline is another one within a row of broschures published by EUROPUMP with the intention to give answers to questions coming up with use of pumps. It is the result of the work conducted by the Standards Commission of EUROPUMP. AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD.

It was made to fil the gap between existing standards and to give a helping hand to users as well as to manufactures. It covers electrical safety of electrical submersible motors for use with pumps and mixers with a voltage lower than 250 V for single phase motors and lower than 650 V for other motors. It is reflecting on motors for industrial use only including sewage treatment plants, flood stations,

irrigation and deep-well application.

Source: Europump

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