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This motor portfolio includes new series up to 70 MW

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Siemens AG

Siemens AG

With its new high-voltage motor series Simotics HV HP (photo), this company is now able to cover an extended power range of up to 70 MW. Its flexible modular concept makes this series ideal for precisely tailored solutions in all kinds of industrial applications in the high-power range. The new series benefits from short delivery periods and helps minimize the work involved in planning and engineering, speeding up project completion and bringing forward overall plant commissioning. These high-voltage motors can be used for a wide range of applications in fields as diverse as shipbuilding, power-plant technology and the oil, gas, metals and fibers industries. All the models of the Simotics HV HP series are available as synchronous or induction motors, in a high- or low-temperature version, with gas- and dust-explosion protection and with a wide variety of cooling methods. — Siemens AG, Munich, Germany

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