Medium & High Voltage Motors​

Global Series / World series – TEFC upto 6.9 KV

NEMA 3-Phase Motors
60Hz, 2300/4000V
NEMA Design B, Continuous Duty
Class F Insulation, 40°C Ambient, 1.15 S.F.

For more than a century, TECO-Westinghouse motors have been recognized as industry leaders in dependability and quality. The Global TEFC motor continues to provide the high quality and reliability that you have come to expect from TECO-Westinghouse. The feature packed Global TEFC has been designed and built for the most demanding applications in the industry.

Couple your Global TEFC with our TECO VFD’s for energy savings & speed control. TWMI offers a variety of heavy industrial drive and motor starting solutions.

  • 150-2000HP
  • Totally Enclosed IP55 Design
  • 60Hz, 2300/4000V
  • Horizontal F1 Mount
  • 3600, 1800, 1200 & 900 RPM
  • NEMA Premium Efficiency
  • 1.15 S.F. Sine Wave Power
  • Class F Insulation
  • Class B Temperature Rise
  • Max Elevation 3300ft
  • Continuous Duty
  • NEMA Design B
  • 40°C Ambient
  • Open Bearings with Regreaseable Provisions
  • Insulated NDE Bearing
  • Polyrex EM Grease
  • Copper/Copper Alloy Rotor
  • Cast-Iron Frame, and End Brackets
  • Fabricated Steel Conduit Box and Fan Cover
  • Aluminum Fan 4, 6 & 8 Pole, Non-Sparking Plastic Fan 2 Pole
  • Number of Leads: 6
  • Solderless Lug Terminals on All Leads
  • Grounding Terminal Inside Main Terminal Box and on Frame
  • Paint System: Phenolic Rust Proof Base with Polyurethane Top Coat
  • Stainless Steel Nameplate
  • 1045 Carbon Steel Shaft Material
  • Labyrinth Type Steel Flinger on Both Ends
  • Form Wound Windings With Complete VPI Treatment
  • Bi-Directional Rotation Except 3600RPM Motors
  • Winding RTD’s, Space Heaters and Provisions for Bearing RTD’s
  • Vibration Probe Mounting Provisions
  • CSA Certified for Class I, Division 2, Groups B, C & D (Class I, Zone 2, Groups IIB+H2, IIB & IIA)
  • CSA Certified for Class II, Division 2, Groups F & G
  • Suitable for Across the Line or Reduced Voltage Starting
  • *CSA Certified for use on VFD (Please Contact TWMI for Speed Ranges)

* Precautions should be taken to eliminate or reduce voltage spikes and shaft currents that may be imposed on the motor by the VFD as stated per NEMA MG1, Part 31.4.4.