|Model||B4J B5J (LV) |
B4JH - B5JH (MV)
|Power||Up to 4.000 kW|
|Voltages||Up to 6.600 V|
|Frame||355 ± 630|
|Poles||4, 6, 8 and 10|
|IP||IP 55/ IP 56|
|Main applications||Propulsion, thruster, dredge pump, hybrid machine, PTO-PTI system|
|Enclosure||TEWC – Totally Enclosed Water Cooled|
|Other applications||Fi - Fi system|
CertificateMarine Survey Certificate supplied with the machine.
Shaft, housing (propulsion) and exchanger are certified by the Marine Classification Society.
Motors are ABS, RRR and DNV type approved.
HousingRigid frame, rugged welded steel fabrication (EN 10025 - S235 JR).
Frame is provided with side ribs to increase the strength.
Marelli Motori motors for continuous duty operation are designed to meet vibration levels per IEC 60034-14, ISO 10816-1 and BS 5000-3.
ShieldMade of grey cast-iron (EN 1561 – GJL 200) up to 500 frame size motors. Made of hot-rolled structural steel (EN 10025 – S235 JR) from size 560 and above
Made in carbon steel (EN 10083 – 2 C40 – TN) up to 450 frame and hotrolled structural steel from 500 frame (EN 10025 – S355 JR).
Cylindrical shaft with key
|Main terminal box||
Main terminal boxMounted on top or side (with vertical mounting) and made in cast iron or cold rolled formable steels depending from size.
Internal FanMade of aluminium alloy for 450 and 500 frame size.
Made of hot-rolled structural steel from frame size 560 and above (EN 10025 – S235 JR).
Heat EchangerGeneral data
Heat exchanger is part of the housing and built on the machine. The material of the frame is carbon steel according to the standard EN 10025-S275JR. Equipped with water leakage detector as standard.
Cooling SystemIC 71W as per IEC60034-6.
7 : Heat exchanger. The primary coolant is circulated in a closed circuit
which is built as integral part of the machine.
1 : Self-circulation. The coolant is moved by a fan mechanically driven by the rotor.
W : Coolant. Cooling water must be clean water.
|Degree of protection||
Degree of protectionIP 55 as per IEC60034-5.
MountingIM B3, V1 and V10 as per IEC60034-7.
Stator/Rotor coreLaminated and enamel-insulated on both sides to minimise eddy-current losses. The stator winding is made of flat copper or round copper wire depending on the machine size. The completely wound stator pack with housing is thereby impregnated in an epoxy-resin VPI. The subsequent heat treatment hardens the resin.
RotorSquirrel cage rotor type.
Depending on machine size, the rotor construction is either a solid shaft or welded ribbed shaft.
The rotor winding can be either a pressure die cast aluminum or a copper bar construction.
Antifriction bearings grease lubricated (ball or roller type) or oil lubricated sleeve bearing.
The theoretical lifetime of bearings, L10h according to ISO 281/1 standard, of standard horizontal construction generators, without external forces (radial and / or axial) is in excess of 50.000 hours. On request, the lifetime of bearings, L10h can be in excess of 100.000 hours. Locating bearings are on the D end side and floating bearings on the ND end side.
Both bearings are fitted with a regreasing system.
The used grease is removed through a valve locked in the outer bearing cover. Sleeve bearings available as an option.
On request special bearings are designed where high radial and axial forces are applied. All configurations are designed to withstand the following marine inclination.
Dedicated constructions available for different values.
Impregnation systemStator and rotor are VPI treated with an unsaturated polyester amide resin which is polymerised in an oven.
Insulation systemLow voltage
Stator: F class insulated with a synthetic enamel.
(H class insulation available on request)
Protective treatmentsMarine dedicated protective enamel is applied on the winding.
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