Elevator traction motor lamination stacks manufacturer in China

Motorneo specializes in the production and custom of various stator and rotor lamination stacks including elevator traction motor lamination stacks. These laminations are made from silicon steel due to high magnetic properties and low core losses.

Our lamination core comprehensive services include high-speed stamping, compound stamping, single-slot punching, laser cutting, wire cutting, automatic welding, bonding lamination, and automatic winding.

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Custom elevator traction stator and rotor iron core

Our elevator motor core is made of advanced equipment and high-quality silicon steel materials. The magnetic conductivity of silicon steel material is good, the iron loss is small, and the motor core produced is not only durable but also has higher speed precision control.

Customized motor stator rotor lamination stacks apply for escalator and elevator lifts traction motors. Whether your elevator needs permanent magnet synchronous motor lamination or segmented motor stator lamination, Motorneo’s lamination core solution can meet client needs.

Motorneo also customizes direct drive motor laminations, linear motor laminations, servo motor laminations, bonding motor laminations, axial flux motor stator laminations, DC motor laminations, BLDC motor laminations, switched reluctance motor laminations, and high voltage motor laminations. These core laminates are widely used in pumps, fans, robotics, drones, electric vehicles, rail transportation, compressors, washing machines, wind turbines, and transformers.

Super speed PMS elevator stator core

Super speed PMS elevator stator core

high precision segment elevator motor core

high precision segment elevator motor core

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elevator motor Stator core

winding spliced elevator motor core

winding spliced elevator motor Laminations

spliced single tooth elevator motor laminations

spliced single tooth elevator motor laminations

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elevator motor laminations

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capability for stamping elevator traction motor core

Our company possesses a formidable capability in stamping elevator traction motor cores, underpinned by our expertise in compound stamping and the utilization of advanced compound stamping dies.

These dies are meticulously engineered and custom to the specific requirements of elevator traction motor core production. Designed with precision in mind, our dies ensure uniformity and consistency in each stamped component.

They enable us to create intricate shapes, precise tolerances, and intricate patterns, all while maintaining the structural integrity of the motor lamination core.

Why choose us as your electric motor lamination china manufacturer?

Motorneo has a fully independent and well-experienced R&D team, which can cooperate with clients to develop, design, and produce all kinds of motor cores, with stator diameters from 40mm to 1250mm.

The company has passed the ISO/FDIS09001:2008 and ISO/TS16949:2009 quality management system certification, ensuring that every motor lamination we produce meets the highest standards of excellence.

Our customer-centric approach extends to competitive pricing and exceptional after-sales service.

We specialize in Elevator Traction motors, Traction Electric motors, Gearless Traction Elevator motors, etc.

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Elevator traction motor Lamination Stacks FAQs

Elevator traction motor lamination refers to the core components of an elevator motor that are responsible for generating magnetic fields and converting electrical energy into mechanical motion. These laminations are typically made of thin sheets or strips of magnetic material, often silicon steel, which is carefully layered and stacked to form the core of the motor.

The manufacturing processes for elevator motor laminations can include compound stamping, progressive stamping, rotary notching, laser cutting, wire EDM (Electrical Discharge Machining), laser welding, riveting, and self-bonding, winding, among others, depending on the design and specifications.

Improved Efficiency

Laminations are designed to minimize energy losses caused by eddy currents, a phenomenon where electrical currents circulate within the motor’s core. By reducing these losses, laminations increase the overall efficiency of the motor, which leads to lower energy consumption and operating costs.

Reduced Heat Generation

Efficient laminations result in less heat generation during motor operation. Cooler running motors are not only more energy-efficient but also tend to have longer lifespans and require less maintenance.

Quieter Operation

Elevator motors with well-designed laminations produce less noise due to reduced vibrations and electromagnetic interference. This results in a quieter and more comfortable elevator ride for passengers.

Enhanced Reliability

The improved efficiency and reduced heat generation associated with laminations contribute to greater motor reliability. Elevator systems can operate consistently and with fewer breakdowns, minimizing downtime and service disruptions.

The most commonly used material for elevator traction motor laminations is silicon steel, also known as electrical steel or silicon electrical steel. Silicon steel is preferred for its excellent magnetic properties and suitability for electrical applications.

It comes in various grades and thicknesses, allowing manufacturers to select the most appropriate type based on the specific requirements of the elevator motor. Silicon steel has high magnetic permeability, low core loss, and high electrical resistance.

Traction machines are the most common type of elevator and can be geared motor or gearless motor. Traction motors are electric motors used in various transportation applications, primarily to provide propulsion. They come in several types, each designed for specific vehicles and purposes. Here are some common types of traction motors:

Direct Current (DC) Traction Motors:

Series-wound DC motors: DC power provided a smoother and more controllable elevator. Often used in older electric and diesel-electric locomotives. They provide high torque at low speeds, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications.

Compound-wound DC motors: Combining series and shunt winding, these motors offer a balance between torque and speed control. They are found in some light rail and subway systems.

Alternating Current (AC) Traction Motors:

Variable Frequency (VVVF) drives have made AC more controllable at higher speeds, so most geared elevators installed today now have AC hoist motors(such as synchronous motors and induction motors).

Synchronous AC motors: These motors run at a constant speed that is synchronized with the AC power supply frequency. They are used in some modern locomotives and high-speed trains.

Asynchronous (Induction) AC motors: More commonly used in electric multiple unit (EMU) trains and trams. They offer good efficiency and are relatively low-maintenance.

Brushless DC Motors (BLDC):

BLDC motors apply in modern electric vehicles (EVs), including cars and buses. They have high efficiency, compact size, and low maintenance since they lack brushes.

Hybrid Motors:

Hybrid vehicles use a combination of internal combustion engines and electric motors. The electric traction motors in hybrids can be of various types, including AC, DC, or BLDC, depending on the vehicle’s design.

Permanent Magnet Motors:

Some electric vehicles, especially EVs and hybrid vehicles, use permanent magnet motors for their high efficiency and power density.

Provide wide solution for your motor laminations

Ready to elevate your elevator traction motor performance? Our cutting-edge manufacturing processes, including laser cutting, wire EDM, laser welding, riveting, self-bonding, and winding, enable us to create elevator traction motor cores that outperform the competition.