The Electroprecizia Electrical Motors Company, a member of the Electroprecizia Group of Sacele, Brasov County (central Romania) has been authorized to export applications for asynchronous motors to the United States and Canada markets, a company’s release informed on Tuesday.
Any products marketed in those countries must comply with specific protection and user safety standards – namely the UL-1004 for electrical machines. According to the document, the company has managed to obtain this accreditation in July, following one year of efforts of the research and development, laboratory, control and production staff.
Electroprecizia Electrical Motors is capable of producing such electric motors applications upon specific orders for the US and Canada markets. Applications include all the three-phase motors of the efficiency classes IE1, IE2 and IE3, for all speeds (2, 4, 6 and 8-pole) and all the types of fastening on the application. All the products are found in page E365362, Volume 1 of the US central database, project number 4786422298, the document mentions.
The release points out that this exploit required significant investments both for filing for the audit and for equipping the motor testing laboratory, raising it to the current standards; all the instruments have been checked and calibrated by SR ISO 17025 certified laboratories. The UL accreditation that was obtained acknowledges the high quality of motors produced by Electroprecizia Electrical Motors, extending beyond the authorized motors, to the whole range of products, which is aligned to the same standards.
Electroprecizia has more than 1,000 employees; it exports over 90 percent of its production.