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Is it necessary to have a 30 sec interval between stopping and starting the motor ?


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Posted 17 August 2005 - 02:17 AM

"motor shall be designed for start-up immediately after shut down, following a minimum running time of 15 mins, on a continuous, repeating basis, without overheating or damage in an ambient air temperature of 250C for min. 2 hrs"



Is it necessary to have a 30 sec interval between stopping and starting the motor ?

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Posted 17 August 2005 - 07:25 AM

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Is it necessary to have a 30 sec interval between stopping and starting the motor ?

If the motor is designed for imediate restart, then you should be able to do an immediate restart. This is not the case with most motors. The only way to find out is to talk to the suppliers of the motor. It is certainly possible to build motors for such duty.

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