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17 & 18 November 2021
IFEMA, Madrid

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Motor washdown IEC Inoxidable


IEC Washdown Motor Stainless

Industry Challenges
There are many concerns with food contamination (listeria, salmonella, etc.)
Difficulties to keep the equipment clean and without contamination.
Equipment fails too soon due to harsh washing conditions.
The materials do not support frequent sanitation (pressure washes).
How to reduce total operating costs, and achieve sustainability goals?
Electric motors have great potential to use energy more efficiently.
Energy Efficiency regulations change depending on the country or region.
1. Easy to wash at microbiological level Built to ensure washing
effective and efficient for the entire cycle of
team life and easy access.
Cleaned in place (CIP): cleaning where
the engine is installed without the need for
disassemble any component
2. Made of compatible materials The materials have to be totally
compatible with the product, environment, and
disinfectant chemicals
3. Prevent self-draining liquids from accumulating to ensure that they are not
accumulate, group or condense liquids.
Why choose a washdown engine?
Reliability in the process
June 18, 2018 Slide 5
The food process environment with sanitation
Frequently exposes the electric motor to many risks
– Surface corrosion, bearing failures due
fat migrations, electrical failures
A stainless washdown motor can prevent these
failures and avoid interruptions in the process.
Encapsulated IEC Stainless Motors
0.37 – 7.5 kW for washing environments
Unpainted solutions and other solutions for F&B for
increase food safety and reliability
Wide range of standard industrial engines and motors for
explosive atmospheres



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