Italy Electromotor Champ

About CEMP Italy champ brand 

CEMP Italy electromotor champ was established in 1945 and is one of the first Italian companies to manufacture explosion-proof electromotors. Over the years, the Italian Electromotor Champion CEMP has been manufactured in a wide range of products. The explosion-proof brake electromotor, the IIC gas fireproof motor and the mine anti-ignition electromotor as well as the ink pump of printing machines are among the products of the Italian CEMP champ brand. In 1998, Italy's CEMP electromotor champ company entered a new phase in the field of explosion-proof electromotor production, with a group of private investors launching extensive production in countries around the world. In 2000, in agreement with a French company, it was able to manufacture and market a compact explosion-proof electric motor with aluminum shell (small-size aluminum-fired electric motor). In November 2007, the Italian Champion Electromotor Company, in agreement with the ABG brand, was able to produce a new list of anti-ignition electric motors. Recently, Italy's champ anti-ignition electromotor has been agreed with Regal Beloit and manufactures a variety of explosion-proof cast iron electromotors.

For more than 50 years, Cemp Italy Electric Motor Company has produced the most comprehensive range of explosion-proof motor (non-induction motor) for hazardous areas and locations with flammable gases. In addition to its complete range, it has always provided our clients with the best consulting services in the field of the manufacture and production of specific fire-fighting electromotors.

Online merchandise shop is able to provide the Italian electromotor (Cemp) electric motor at a very reasonable price to our dear customers.So get in touch with sales experts to order and get a price list of Cemp Italia Blast Electromotor.

 

 

Explosion-proof
Electromotor CEMP Chimney Electromotor Series A - Cast Iron Shell

Series A cast-iron

 

To Norms IEC-EN 60079-0: 2009, 60079-1: 2007, 60079-7: 2007

To Norms IEC 60034-1,5,6,7,8,9,12,14, IEC 60072

Ex-d, Ex-de

Frame size 63 ÷ 315

ATEX category 1M2, 2G

Group I (mine), IIB, IIC

Temperature class T3, T4, T5, T6

Protection IP55 ÷ IP66

Power 0.05 ÷ 240 kW

Three-phase 1 or 2 speed

Single-phase (frame size 63 ÷ 100)

Ventilation IC410, IC411, IC416, IC418

Available IE2, IE3

Atex and IECEx certified

 

Electromotor CEMP Chimney F-Series Aluminum Shell

Series F aluminum

 

IEC 60079-0, IEC 60079-1, IEC 60079-7

Ex-d, Ex-de

Frame size 56 ÷ 80

ATEX category 2D, 2G, 2GD

Group IIB, IIC

Temperature class T4, T5, T6

To Norms IEC 61241-0, IEC 61241-1

A21 - tD

Protection IP55, IP65

Maximum surface temperature [° C] T125, T85, T70

To Norms IEC 60034-1,5,6,7,8,9,12,14, IEC 60072

Power 0.06 ÷ 1.5 kW

Three-phase 1 or 2 speed

Single-phase

Ventilated, unventilated

PAD mounting

Explosion-proof brake electromotor

CEMP chimney electromotor H series and D series cast iron shell

Flameproof-explosionproof brake motors

Series D, H, cast-iron

 

Brake blast

To Norms IEC-EN 60079-0: 2009, 60079-1: 2007, 60079-7: 2007

To Norms IEC 60034-1,5,6,7,8,9,12,14, IEC 60072

Ex-d, Ex-de

Frame size 63 ÷ 315

ATEX category 2G

Group IIB, IIC

Temperature class T3, T4

Protection IP55 ÷ IP65

Power 0.05 ÷ 132 kW

Three-phase 1 or 2 speed

AC or DC brake disc

Ventilation IC410, IC411, IC416, IC418

Available IE2, IE3

Atex and IECEx certified

Explosion-proof brake electromotor

Electromotor CEMP Chimney FF Series Aluminum Shell

FF aluminum series

 

Brake blast

To Norms IEC 60079-0, IEC 60079-1, IEC 60079-7

Ex-d, Ex-de

Frame size 63 ÷ 80

ATEX category 2D, 2G, 2GD

Group IIB, IIC

Temperature class T4, T5

To Norms IEC 61241-0, IEC 61241-1

A21 - tD

Protection IP55, IP65

Maximum surface temperature [° C] T125, T85, T70

To Norms IEC 60034-1,5,6,7,8,9,12,14, IEC 60072

Power 0.12 ÷ 1.5 kW

Three-phase 1 or 2 speed, inverter

AC or DC brake disc

Explosion-proof electromotor with inverter

Electromotor CEMP Chimney Pump Series A - Cast Iron Shell

Flameproof inverter - explosionproof motors

Series A cast-iron

 

Explosion cemp

To IEC Norms -EN 60079-0: 2009, 60079-1: 2007, 60079-7: 2007

To Norms IEC 60034-1,5,6,7,8,9,12,14, IEC 60072

Ex-d, Ex-de

Frame size 63 ÷ 315

ATEX category 2G

Group IIB, IIC

Temperature class T3, T4

Protection IP55 ÷ IP66

Power 0.05 ÷ 240 kW

Three-phase

Ventilation IC410, IC411, IC416, IC418

Available IE2, IE3

Atex and IECEx certified

Contact sales experts for ordering and receiving a price list for the Italian Champion Electromotor.

Explosion-proof electromotor with inverter

CEMP Italy Electromotor F Series Chip - Aluminum shell

Series F aluminum

 

Explosion proof with inverter

IEC 60079-0, IEC 60079-1, IEC 60079-7

Ex-d, Ex-de

Frame size 56 ÷ 80

ATEX category 2D, 2G, 2GD

Group IIB, IIC

Temperature class T4, T5, T6

To Norms IEC 61241-0, IEC 61241-1

A21 - tD

Protection IP55, IP65

Maximum surface temperature [° C] T125, T85, T70

To Norms IEC 60034-1,5,6,7,8,9,12,14, IEC 60072

Power 0.06 ÷ 1.5 kW

Three-phase 1 or 2 speed

Single-phase

Self cooled (IC411); forced cooling (IC416); unventilated (IC418)

PAD mounting

Explosion-proof electromotor with inverter

CEMP Charge Electromotor for Special Use

Flameproof - explosionproof motors for special applications

Mechanical variants

 

Protection IP56, IP65, IP66

Special flanges and shafts

Without terminal box (loose leads)

Terminal box on side

Uni-directional bearings, locked bearings or special bearings

SPM probe (vibrations measurement)

Heaters 

 

CEMP Charge Electromotor for Special Use

Electrical variants

 

Special voltage and frequency

Bimetallic thermal protection (NC, NO), thermistor (PTC), platinum resistor (PT100)

Single-phase with permanent capacitor

Single-phase with centrifugal switch

 

Electromotor CEMP chimney anti-spark

Non sparking motors

Series AN

 

Norms IEC-EN 60079-0: 2009, 60079-15: 2010, 60079-31: 2009

Ex-nA

Frame size (cast-iron) 63 ÷ 315  
certified by Notified Body

ATEX category 3G

Group II

Temperature class T3 (max 170 ° C)

Protection IP55

Power 0.05 ÷ 200 kW

Three-phase 1 or 2 speed

Ventilation IC410, IC411, IC416, IC418

Available IE2

Electromotor CEMP dust chimney - AD and AQ series

Motor for dust

Series AD, AQ

 

To Norms IEC-EN 60079-0: 2009, 60079-15: 2010, 60079-31: 2009 

Ex tb, Ex tc 

Frame size (cast-iron) 63 ÷ 315 certified by Notified Body

ATEX category 2D, 3D

Group IIIB, IIIC 

Protection IP65 ÷ IP55

Maximum surface temperature [° C] T135, T100, T85

Power 0.05 ÷ 200 kW

Three-phase 1 or 2 speed

Single-phase (frame size 63 ÷ 100)

Ventilation IC410, IC411, IC416, IC418

Available with brake

Available for Gas + Dust (Series AQ)

There is also a DEMALIA CEMP choke brake electromotor for dust. 

Contact sales experts for ordering and receiving a price list for the Italian Champion Electromotor.

 

 

 Frequently Asked Questions

Where has the CEMP chip anti-ignition motor ever been used?

Answer: The  Cemp champ anti-ignition electromotor  has many applications, including: use in the Iranian oil, gas and petrochemical industry, explosion-proof electromotor in the Qatar refinery, Kazakhstan's oil rigs, as well as providing brilliant certificates in Big tech companies in the Middle East. Explosion-proof electric motors of Italian made champagne with the brand Cemp champ and IEC standards ,UNI EN ISO 9001, ATEX, 94-9 Ec .

What is the basis for making an explosion-proof electromotor?

A: Explosion-proof electromotors are usually  part of the category of enclosed motors, and their design and production project is key to protecting against ambient conditions and proper cooling. Many parameters are important in designing and manufacturing an anti-ignition electromotor.

How many anti-ignition engines are divided?

Answer:  Often the enclosed motors designed by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and the EuropeanElectrotechnical Committee, a European standard , fall into two general categories: 
1- Open
 enclosures 
2-motor open enclosures 2- ally enclosed enclosures

What features does an open-shell explosion-proof engine have?

A: The open-circuit electromotor has valves whose function is to provide air conditioning around the windings of the motor. Open shell electromotors are found in four types:

  1. Drip-proof = Drip-proof
  2. Splash-proof = Splash-proof
  3. Guarded = Protected
  4. Weather protected = Weather resistant

What are the dangers of a fire or ignition electric motor?

Answer: The first category, which contains the usual explosive hazards, refers to combustible amounts of dust that are either commonly present or suspended in air; The second category, consisting of hazards that are not normally found in the air but may occur unexpectedly and suddenly, are defined as dusts that do not exist suspended in the air to the extent necessary to cause ignition. But they may be released suddenly. For each of these cases, a suitable explosion-proof electric motor can be ordered. Contact sales experts for advice and choosing the best option.

What are the specifications of CEMP cast iron blast electromotor ?

Answer: CEMP Cast  Iron Electromotor Standards are: 
60079-7: 2007, 60079-1: 2007,
 IEC-EN 60079-0: 2009 , IEC 60034-1,5,6,7,8,9,12.14, IEC60072 , Exd, EX-de ,   
a Category   
ATEX:  in 1 M2 and 2 
group I (mine) IIB , IIC 
protection class: IP: 55, and IP: 66 
power: 0.5 to 240 kW 
frame size: 63 to 315 
type Cooling:
 IC 410, IC 411, IC 416, IC 418 
Three-phase single-phase and two-speed, 
single-phase: The frame size is 63 to 100.

What are the specifications of the CEMP explosion-proof electromotor of the aluminum body included?

Answer: CEMP Aluminum Body Anti-ignition Electromotor Specifications and Specifications Includes: Power: 0.6 to 1.5 kW 
Frame Size: 56 to 80 

Heat Class: T4 T5 T6
Protection: IP: 55 IP: 56  ATEX 
 Class , 2 , 2 GD
group IIC IIB 
three-phase and single-phase single-speed and two-speed 
standards 
 : IEC 60079-0, 60079-1, 60079-7

What is the main reason for the popularity of Italy's Cemp blast electromotor ?

Answer: Italy's Cemp explosion-proof motor is well-known in the world because of the   need to use Cemp's explosion-proof motor in Iranian oil and gas and petrochemical industry projects, Qatar refineries and Kazakhstani oil platforms and large technical companies. Middle East Oil and Gas and Petrochemical Equipment Engineering is a testament to the company's excellent track record of quality and service.

Why and how is it classified?

Response: There are various reasons for classifying electrical zones, the most important being that we find out what kind of equipment is allowed and what is unauthorized in an area. The important thing about using an explosion-proof electric motor is to know that we can only use a fire-proof electric motor in certain areas. All the equipment we use has IDs, which means that we can use the equipment we want in a specific area. So having an ID for equipment like an explosion-proof electric motor is an important principle. For example, some equipment can only be used in danger zone 1 and others in danger zone 2 alone.

What are the consequences of mistakenly identifying a hazardous area for the use of an explosion-proof motor?

A: If a design engineer inadvertently classifies the safe area as a hazardous area or even if it considers the area to be classified as hazardous area 2, hazardous area 1 would not have to incur additional costs for the purchase of anti-theft equipment. Spend more explosions. These types of equipment require a higher maintenance cost, so they will also need to incur additional costs in their lifetime; on the other hand, if the hazardous area is mistakenly classified as a safe area, it will cost a lot. It is highly demanding because this misdiagnosis may produce an unintended explosion that may have irreparable financial and life consequences.

Why is it important to correctly classify risk areas?

Answer: Safety engineering and classification of hazardous areas 1 and 2 and safe and hazardous areas are important in terms of additional and imposed costs Knowing these and some basic concepts about hazardous materials helps us as consumers to understand how to classify materials as well as to choose the best explosion-proof electromotor in our area. Up.

What are the requirements for classification of an explosion-proof electromotor?

A: To classify explosion-proof electromotors, this requirement is created by manufacturers to  divide the underwriters Laboratories (UL ) andNational Electrical Code (NEC into Category = CLASS - Group = Group and limit Consider the existing temperature laws for them.

What is the name of the  CEMP cast-iron explosion-proof electromotor ?

A: The  Cemp explosion-proof electromotor is manufactured in two series A and F , which is a series  A explosion-proof electromotor madeof cast iron and aluminum F series electromotors .

What characteristics does the Italian champ Series explosion-proof motor have?

Re: design and manufacture of series A electric explosion proof  Cemp standard IEC and the type of protection Ex-d, Ex-de done. Released inIE2 this series has received ATEX certification and is available in a range of sizes from 0.25 to 240 Kw .

What are the features of F- series explosion-proof electric motors ?

Answer: The F series production of Cemp aluminum explosion-  proof electromotor is similar to the series explosion-proof electromotoraccording to IEC standard and is available with Ex-d, Ex-de protection coefficient This series consists of small sizes of the Cemp Explosion-Proof Electromotor    , ranging from 0.05 to 1.5 Kw .

What are the advantages of CEMP Italy's explosion-proof electromotor compared to similar brands? 

A: The CEMP explosion-proof electromotor has several advantages, including small electromotor design, high efficiency, credential certification, and so on. Also, Cemp's explosion-proof electromotor has important applications in large industries such as oil and gas transmission lines, oil vessels, refineries, chemicals, thermal power plants, and so on.

 

 

 




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