We offer general-purpose electric motors from our own label Busck as well as Brook Crompton, with IE3 and IE4 efficiency classes. In store we have explosion-proof, flameproof, single-phase, multi-speed and more, all to fit your needs. Our motors can be found in almost every industry: food, pharmaceutical, construction. They are installed in fan units, compressors, conveyers, pumps, and much more.
In order for an electric motor to be self-starting, a rotating field in the motor is required. In a 3 phase motor this is accomplished by the phase shift in the three phases. In a single phase motor, an extra winding is required which is fed with a voltage phase shifted relative to the voltage across the main winding. This phase shift can be accomplished in different ways. The single phase motors are usually divided according to the method of generating this phase shift.