Export of Electric Motors for the Petrochemical Industry
With the loan provided by the Industrial Development Fund under the Components program, a plant in Udmurtia launched the production of new models of built-in electric motors for the automation of pipe valves and flaps for the petrochemical and chemical industries, as reported on IDF’s website.
The plant, based in Sarapul, plans to export about 10% of its finished products to Iran, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Kirgizstan and Tajikistan. As noted by Roman Petrutsa, the director of IDF, the total budget of the project amounts to RUB 144 mln.
Built-in (asynchronous) electric motors are used for the automation of pipe valves and flaps in the petrochemical and chemical industries, as well as pipeline fittings, explosion-proof and general-purpose industrial pump, ventilation and compressor equipment.
The plant has begun the prodiction of four types of built-in elecric motors with explosion-proof cases and a temperature limit sensor. After reaching full capacity, the plant plans to produce about 16,000 new electric motors a year. The Sarapul products can reliably operate at increased load, including in adverse climatic conditions.
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