Elevator Traction Motor Lamination In China

With a commitment to excellence and innovation, we craft top-quality motor laminations for elevator traction that power the heart of elevator systems.

Elevating the standards of efficiency, durability, and performance, our precision-engineered laminations are designed to meet and exceed the demanding requirements of the vertical transportation industry.

Customized Electrical Steel Laminations For Elevator Motor

As a professional motor lamination manufacturer and supplier in China, we offer customized stator and rotor laminations for escalator and elevator lift traction motors. Using permanent magnet synchronous motors or segmented motor stator laminations for elevator traction ensures optimal efficiency and durability. No matter what size and shape of electrical steel laminations the client needs, our wide range of solutions meets customer needs.

elevator traction stator laminations
spliced elevator traction motor laminations
escalator motor stator laminations

Design And Manufacture Electric Motor lamination capabilities For Elevator Traction

Material Sourcing Expertise

Lamnow specializes in sourcing and providing expertise wide variety of materials, including 0.1mm -1mm thickness Non-Grain Oriented (NGO), Grain Oriented (GO), Cold Rolled Motor Lamination (CRML) steel, and 25 micorn Amorphous Metal Alloys.

Advanced Stamping Capabilities

Our extensive capabilities in advanced stamping processes include progressive stamping, compound stamping, rotary notch stamping, and axial punching. Global reach and capacity to handle diverse production requirements, showcasing versatility in manufacturing.

Enhanced Motor Performance and Quality

We focus on providing precision lamination solutions aimed at improving motor performance and minimize core loss, thereby enhancing overall motor efficiency. Commitment to helping clients achieve cost savings in the manufacturing process.

On-Time, In-Full Delivery

High-volume manufacturing facilities designed for quality and efficiency, ensuring the timely and complete delivery of client orders. Reliability in meeting production schedules and maintaining consistency in order fulfillment.

Offer Technical Support

Our dedicated design and engineering team is available to collaborate with clients throughout the entire product development process. Support provided from ideation to manufacturing, demonstrating a commitment to being a trusted partner in product design and development.

Other Superior Services

Lamnow offers a range of value-added services beyond basic lamination manufacturing, including annealing, bonding, welding, riveting, cleating, shaft-inserting, insulation coating, winding, die-casting, deburring, wire cutting, and laser cutting.

Stator And Rotor Laminations Fabrication Process For Traction Motor

Elevator Traction Lamination Prototype

lamination bonding prototype

At Lamnow, we employ EDM wire cutting and laser cutting technologies to precisely shape silicon steel for elevator traction applications.

Laser cutting is when a high-powered laser beam is directed onto a sheet of silicon steel, selectively melting or vaporizing the material to form the desired shape.

The wire-cutting process begins with a stack of silicon steel sheets, called laminations. A fine wire, often brass or coated for conductivity, threads through the material. Controlled electrical discharge shapes intricate patterns along the desired path.

With a commitment to efficiency, our laminates prototype lead time is a swift 7-15 days, allowing you to rapidly move from concept to realization.

Lamination Stamping For Elevator Motor

We employ cutting-edge techniques such as high-speed segmented stamping, compound stamping, and rotary notching to manufacture high-precision and efficient elevator traction motor laminations.

progressive stamping for motor lamination

Our traction motor laminations undergo a precise progressive stamping process. Utilizing a high speed punching press silicon steel metal sheets are incrementally shaped and formed to create segmented motor lamination cores. This step-by-step process achieves tight tolerances, proving efficient and cost-effective for high-volume production.

Our automation compound stamping merges multiple processes into a single stroke, enhancing efficiency and accuracy in traction motor lamination production. This technique streamlines operations, reducing materials waste, time, and costs while ensuring tight tolerances.

The rotary notching process for elevator motor laminations is a single-operation notching lamination. Utilizing state-of-the-art servo control systems, our rotary notching machine creates seamless notches, reducing material waste and boosting motor performance. This technology is an economical choice for low-volume production or prototyping.

In the elevator traction motor lamination stacking process, precision is paramount. In segmented lamination stacks, the laminations interlocking form the segmented core, and the segmented stator laminations core uses the dovetail slot method to form the complete motor iron core.

Laser welding offers a high-precision fusion, minimizing heat-affected zones, while TIG and MIG welding provide strong, durable connections.

Riveting and cleating contribute to additional structural stability, enhancing the overall integrity of the motor assembly.

This comprehensive stacking approach guarantees not only mechanical robustness but also facilitates efficient heat dissipation.

Elevator Traction Motor Lamination Stacking

welding motor stators

Beginning with precise design specifications, copper wire conductors are wound systematically around the stator core, creating the electromagnetic field necessary for motor operation.

The stator winding process demands meticulous attention to detail, ensuring correct coil placement, appropriate insulation, and consistent tension. Automated machinery is often employed for accuracy and efficiency, while skilled technicians oversee the process.

In addition, we will provide manual winding according to customer requirements, skilled technicians can flexibly handle complex winding patterns and custom designs.

Traction motor stator winding

elevator motor stator winding

Quality Control For Elevator Motor Lamination Stacks

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Elevator Laminations FAQS

Silicon steel is the most common material for elevator motor laminates. It possesses high magnetic permeability and electrical resistivity, making it ideal for reducing eddy current losses and improving the motor’s efficiency.

In addition, as a leading motor manufacturer, we offer nickel alloy, cobalt alloy, thin-gauge electrical steel, or amorphous alloy materials.

The size and shape of laminations play a role in determining the motor’s efficiency, torque, and power characteristics. Engineers carefully design laminations to optimize these factors for the specific requirements of elevator motors.

Elevator traction machines, also known as elevator tractors, are critical components that facilitate the movement of elevator cabs within buildings.

The traction motor utilizes the principle of electromagnetic induction to generate a magnetic field that interacts with the elevator’s traction system, typically a set of ropes or belts. This interaction propels the elevator car either upward or downward.

Elevator traction motors are commonly paired with either geared or gearless traction systems. Geared systems use a gearbox to control the speed, while gearless systems have the motor directly connected to the sheave, eliminating the need for a gearbox.

Elevator motor laminations offer several benefits that contribute to the efficiency, performance, and reliability of elevator systems. Here are some key advantages:
Enhanced Efficiency
By optimizing the magnetic properties and reducing energy losses, laminations contribute to the high efficiency of the elevator motor. This leads to lower energy consumption during operation, making the elevator system more environmentally friendly and energy-efficient.
Quieter Operation
The laminated structure of the motor core helps dampen vibrations and reduce noise during operation. This is particularly important in residential and commercial settings where quiet operation is desired for a better user experience.
Improved Magnetic Performance
Laminations are designed to enhance the magnetic performance and low core losses of the motor core. This results in better torque characteristics, smoother operation, and improved control over the elevator car, especially during starts and stops.
Extended Lifespan
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.

Our company specializes in providing tailored AC and DC stator rotor iron cores for a diverse range of industries. From automotive(electric vehicles) and renewable energy to industrial machinery and appliances, we cater to the unique needs of each sector, delivering high-performance laminations.

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