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September 24, 2012
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Ohio-Electric-092412-body.jpgOhio Electric has expanded its product line with 24 new motor products.  

Ohio Electric Motors, Inc. has announced the introduction and availability of twenty-four (24) new brushless motor product models. Ohio Electric Motors, Inc. (OEM) is an affiliate of HBD Industries, Inc.

“I am very pleased to inform our present customers and the industrial marketplace that Ohio Electric can now provide them with reliable, high performance, Brushless Motors” said Ken Cooper, sales and marketing manager for Ohio Electric Motors, Inc.

“Just like the many other quality-made motors produced by Ohio Electric, our new Brushless Motors were designed, engineered and built to meet the expanding needs of our existing and new customers for high performance, reliable motor products.”   

All 24 of the Ohio Electric’ new brushless motors are continuous duty-rated. They are ferrite magnet motors built for standard or high speed applications. Available in NEMA 42 Frame from 1/8 HP to up to 1HP, Ohio Electric is also offering these new brushless motors to customers in low voltage up to 320 VDC, 3 phase models. Other special options are also available. These new OEM motors can be supplied in BLDC or PMAC configurations.  

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