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INGCO S-AG-R-AG7108, Grinder Rotor 710W
INGCO S-AG-R-AG7108, Grinder Rotor 710W

INGCO S-AG-R-AG7108, Grinder Rotor 710W

INGCO S-AG-R-AG7108, Grinder Rotor 710W

INGCO S-AG-R-AG7108, Grinder Rotor 710W

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Components:

A typical grinder rotor consists of these key parts:

  • Shaft: A central metal shaft that spins within the motor housing. It connects to the grinding attachment at one end and the motor’s stator (discussed later) at the other end.
  • Laminations: The rotor core is often made from stacked steel laminations to minimize eddy current losses (energy wasted as heat) and improve motor efficiency.
  • Windings: Copper wires are wound around the rotor core, creating electromagnets when electricity flows through them. The design and thickness of these windings can influence the motor’s power output and speed.
SKU: S-AG-R-AG7108-INGCO Categories: ,

Description

INGCO S-AG-R-AG7108, Grinder Rotor 710W(S-AG-R-AG7108)

product details:

In a grinder, the rotor is a crucial component within the motor that spins and generates the power for grinding various materials. Here’s a breakdown of its functions, components, and how wattage can be relevant:

Function:

The primary function of the grinder rotor is to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. This rotation is then transferred through the motor shaft to the grinding attachment (wheel or disc) of the grinder.

Components:

A typical grinder rotor consists of these key parts:

  • Shaft: A central metal shaft that spins within the motor housing. It connects to the grinding attachment at one end and the motor’s stator (discussed later) at the other end.
  • Laminations: The rotor core is often made from stacked steel laminations to minimize eddy current losses (energy wasted as heat) and improve motor efficiency.
  • Windings: Copper wires are wound around the rotor core, creating electromagnets when electricity flows through them. The design and thickness of these windings can influence the motor’s power output and speed.

Wattage and Rotor:

The wattage (710W in this case) of a grinder motor indicates its overall power consumption. Here’s how it might relate to the rotor:

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