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  • Advancing motor efficiency, discussing ABB's EC Titanium IE5 motor | External link

    The EC Titanium motor by ABB promises 'synchronous reluctance and permanent magnet technologies for a sustainable, wirelessly connected solution that improves customers bottom line.' According to Global Product Manager, Mark Gmitro, the product was inspired by direct customer feedback requesting an IE5+ efficient product, that could function as a drop-in replacement for standard NEMA mounted motors. As new system efficiency regulations emerged, ABB responded to the demand with the development of the EC Titanium that comes in a motor-only version as well as an integrated motor-drive packaged solution. This new motor can maintain the required efficiency levels at both reduced speed and partial load conditions.
  • ABB Capital Markets Day 2020 | Press release

    ABB will be hosting its Capital Markets Day today, November 19, starting 11.30 am CET, at which CEO, Björn Rosengren, and CFO, Timo Ihamuotila, as well as the four business area Presidents, will give an update on the recent strategic and operational developments.
  • NEMA vs. IEC Efficiencies

    Since 1926, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has set standards for motors used in North America. NEMA regularly updates and publishes MG 1, a book that assists users in the proper selection and application of motors and generators. It contains practical information concerning performance, efficiency, safety, testing, construction and the manufacture of alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) motors and generators. The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) defines the standard for electric motors for the rest of the world. Similar to NEMA, IEC publishes Standard 60034-1, the motors guide for the global market.
  • Penn Waste finds success with the ABB Ability Smart Sensor | Success story

    Curiosity and a QR code led the Penn Waste maintenance team to discover the ABB Ability Smart Sensor for mechanical products. Penn Waste, a recycling and waste management company in Pennsylvania, recently purchased 60 Dodge® mounted bearings for a new project. While installing the bearings, the team noticed a QR Code tag on the bearing. Scanning the code took the team to the ABB website for sensors for mechanical products. Interested in learning more, Joe Wojciechowski, Maintenance Manager for Penn Waste, called into Dodge customer service located in Greenville, SC.
  • Meet Hayden Coble - Greenwood High School Senior and ABB Apprentice

    As a sophomore in high school, Hayden was able to take his first robotics course. While in the class, he learned of ABB’s new local apprenticeship program. He was enjoying robotics, had heard good things about the company, and saw friends enter the program. He knew being a part of the program would give him an early start. After submitting his application and going through the interview process, we are proud to welcome Hayden as a 2020/2021 Youth Apprentice in our Fort Smith, Arkansas motor plant.
  • Costa to lead ABBs global Mechanical Power Transmission Division

    ABB, the global leader in sustainable technology and innovation, recently named company veteran Roger Costa as president of its global Mechanical Power Transmission Division, also known as the Dodge business.

Nouvelles de la société

  • Advancing motor efficiency, discussing ABB's EC Titanium IE5 motor | External link

    The EC Titanium motor by ABB promises 'synchronous reluctance and permanent magnet technologies for a sustainable, wirelessly connected solution that improves customers bottom line.' According to Global Product Manager, Mark Gmitro, the product was inspired by direct customer feedback requesting an IE5+ efficient product, that could function as a drop-in replacement for standard NEMA mounted motors. As new system efficiency regulations emerged, ABB responded to the demand with the development of the EC Titanium that comes in a motor-only version as well as an integrated motor-drive packaged solution. This new motor can maintain the required efficiency levels at both reduced speed and partial load conditions.
  • ABB Capital Markets Day 2020 | Press release

    ABB will be hosting its Capital Markets Day today, November 19, starting 11.30 am CET, at which CEO, Björn Rosengren, and CFO, Timo Ihamuotila, as well as the four business area Presidents, will give an update on the recent strategic and operational developments.
  • Penn Waste finds success with the ABB Ability Smart Sensor | Success story

    Curiosity and a QR code led the Penn Waste maintenance team to discover the ABB Ability Smart Sensor for mechanical products. Penn Waste, a recycling and waste management company in Pennsylvania, recently purchased 60 Dodge® mounted bearings for a new project. While installing the bearings, the team noticed a QR Code tag on the bearing. Scanning the code took the team to the ABB website for sensors for mechanical products. Interested in learning more, Joe Wojciechowski, Maintenance Manager for Penn Waste, called into Dodge customer service located in Greenville, SC.
  • Meet Hayden Coble - Greenwood High School Senior and ABB Apprentice

    As a sophomore in high school, Hayden was able to take his first robotics course. While in the class, he learned of ABB’s new local apprenticeship program. He was enjoying robotics, had heard good things about the company, and saw friends enter the program. He knew being a part of the program would give him an early start. After submitting his application and going through the interview process, we are proud to welcome Hayden as a 2020/2021 Youth Apprentice in our Fort Smith, Arkansas motor plant.
  • Costa to lead ABBs global Mechanical Power Transmission Division

    ABB, the global leader in sustainable technology and innovation, recently named company veteran Roger Costa as president of its global Mechanical Power Transmission Division, also known as the Dodge business.
  • Third quarter 2020 results | Press release

    “Third quarter revenues in all business areas were still dampened due to the impact of COVID-19, although a strong recovery in China and ongoing cost mitigation efforts supported a strong underlying performance. On the upside, the integration of GEIS and turnaround of Installation Products in Electrification is starting to bear fruit and Motion is performing robustly. Robotics and Industrial Automation, on the other hand, are taking more time to recover,” said Björn Rosengren, CEO of ABB. “We are pushing ahead with the decentralization of the group and the ongoing review of our portfolio, while carrying out our share buyback program as planned. We look forward to presenting further details on our strategic progress at our Capital Markets Day on November 19.”

Nouveaux produits

  • Dodge QD busing installation | Video

    Quick disconnect, or QD bushings, are a concentric shaft attachment method allowing easy installation and removal of v-belt sheaves, sprockets, and couplings.
  • A new smart and safe way to monitor Motors in hazardous areas | Press release

    ABB has extended the scope of applications for ABB Smart Sensors with a new generation design for motors in hazardous areas. Chemical and oil and gas customers can now benefit from cost-efficient condition monitoring in a wide variety of applications.
  • Dodge Taper-Lock bushing installation | Video

    Dodge Taper-Lock bushings are an economical, compact, and torque-dense shaft attachment method used in v-belt sheaves, synchronous and roller chain sprockets, and couplings.
  • ABB’s new Baldor-Reliance EC Titanium for pump, fan and compressed air systems

    Globally, demand for electricity will grow faster than for any other form of final energy. Thus, emissions will keep rising, unless we start doing something different. This global electricity demand growth is expected to double by 2040. With electric motors consuming an estimated 1/3 of the world’s electricity… that number is expected to be the equivalent to adding an electricity market the size of China.
  • Stand-off housing now available for Dodge Food Safe bearings | Press release

    In 2019, ABB introduced Dodge® Food Safe mounted ball bearings, which are bearings designed to withstand caustic, high-pressure cleaning and sanitation processes. They are the first industrial bearings to achieve the IP69 water protection rating without the use of an end cover, and they are the only bearings to carry a warranty against failure due to water ingress.
  • Dodge Torque-Arm II belt guard - Enhanced safety features | Video

    The new Dodge Torque-Arm II belt guard has been improved to further protect workers from rotating equipment. The belt guard has been enhanced with new features that allow safer and easier maintenance - making it the safest solution to guard v-belt drives.

Prix et distinctions

  • ABB plant receives state-wide safety recognition

    ABB is pleased to announce its gear plant in Belton, South Carolina has been recognized by the State of South Carolina as a 2020 Safety Award Recipients. This annual recognition allows the State to highlight employers in the state, both large and small, and the success of their safety and health programs.
  • Dodge Food Safe ball bearings win 2019 product of the year

    We’re proud to announce that Dodge Food Safe ball bearings have earned the gold award in the Electric Motors & Drives category in Plant Engineering magazine’s 2019 Product of the Year program.
  • ABB receives 2019 Control Design Readers Choice Award

    In the 2019 Control Design Magazine readers choice awards, industry trends and innovations have crept into the rankings. However, many engineers and voters remain grounded and stick with what works for them. For the 17th year in a row, has chosen ABB has the preferred motor supplier in the industrial electrical motor category.
  • ABB chosen as top motor supplier by Control Magazine readers

    Readers of Control Magazine have named ABB as the top supplier to deliver the “best technology” in the category of electric motors for 2019. This marks the 7th year in a row that ABB has topped the charts in this survey. In this year’s edition, Control Magazine recognized the full integration of Baldor Electric into ABB which strengthened our top spot.
  • ABB's Myla Petree named 2019 STEP Ahead Honoree

    The Manufacturing Institute has announced the 2019 STEP Ahead Award Honorees and Emerging Leaders. These women have accomplished success within their companies and have proven to be leaders in the industry as a whole. This year, the Institute has also chosen to recognize a select few for the Emerging Leaders category – representing young women who are the future of the industry and have demonstrated exceptional accomplishments at just the beginning of their careers.
  • ABB ranks highest for reliability on Azima 2018 scores

    Azima, Inc. offered corporate leaders and plant managers a rare glimpse into its proprietary machine-reliability databases, by publishing definitive reliability scores for the industrial motors most commonly deployed around the world today. Azima has ranked not just the world's leading industrial motor brands, but specific models as well. Azima's Reliability Ratings Report (Industrial Motors) is the first installment in a series of forthcoming performance ratings for various classes of industrial rotating machinery. Azima is a fast-growing high-tech company that maximizes industrial productivity. Azima provides technology-powered, data-driven Predictive Maintenance services to hundreds of leading companies in twelve different industries, all over the world.

Nouvelles de l'industrie

  • NEMA vs. IEC Efficiencies

    Since 1926, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) has set standards for motors used in North America. NEMA regularly updates and publishes MG 1, a book that assists users in the proper selection and application of motors and generators. It contains practical information concerning performance, efficiency, safety, testing, construction and the manufacture of alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) motors and generators. The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) defines the standard for electric motors for the rest of the world. Similar to NEMA, IEC publishes Standard 60034-1, the motors guide for the global market.
  • Powertrains and predictions | External article

    Pressure on the mining industry to make the development of new facilities financially attractive to investors is increasing. Ensuring a profitable operation by maximizing productivity is certainly an important part of that process. Prospective ways to boost productivity include increasing production rates, reducing production costs or extending the lifespan of existing assets.
  • Rock MFG Day: STEAM Experience

    For the last 5 years, Edge Factor has celebrated MFG DAY across North America by helping our communities inspire students, parents, educators, and community leaders with the Rock MFG Day Kit. The Edge Factor high impact media helped take the students on an exciting journey “Behind closed doors” to meet the teams of manufacturers as well as learn about the technology they use to build the world around us.
  • Baldor shaft grounding brushes come standard on all EC Titanium products

    The Baldor-Reliance® EC TitaniumTM is a highly efficient motor paired with a VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) that enables the use of advanced motor control algorithms for higher efficiencies across the speed and load range than traditional EC (electrically commutated) motor solutions. By utilizing a drive to control motors, up to 40% energy savings are achieved.
  • ABB’s new Baldor-Reliance EC Titanium for pump, fan and compressed air systems

    Globally, demand for electricity will grow faster than for any other form of final energy. Thus, emissions will keep rising, unless we start doing something different. This global electricity demand growth is expected to double by 2040. With electric motors consuming an estimated 1/3 of the world’s electricity… that number is expected to be the equivalent to adding an electricity market the size of China.
  • Identifying key factors in reliable bulk material conveying systems | External link

    There are several aspects in conveyor drive component designs that must be considered, including power matched components, harsh duty features sets, maintenance requirements and specific site conditions.

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