Boyce, the flagship company of the Godrej Group announced that its business
Godrej Lawkim Motors has launched the electronic switch (E-Switch) technology
for its range of general-purpose motors. This will replace the erstwhile
centrifugal switch technology to enable a seamless switch over of start
windings in its single-phase motors thereby significantly improving the motor’s
new advancements in technology, there has been a rising trend of developed
countries switching to electronic switch motors in the industry to create
environmentally friendly and minimal maintenance motors with a compact design.
Godrej Lawkim Motors is the first in India to introduce and shift to E-Switch
technology that prevents sparking at the contact point and eliminates unwanted
noise previously experienced with a centrifugal gear assembly.
modern development of the E-Switch technology by Godrej Lawkim Motors promises
a longer motor life – twice that of the centrifugal switch and uses no
hazardous substances in its augmentation. The E-Switch technology eliminates
moving parts for an electrical connection switch over. It is also easily
replaceable, user friendly, and thereby, saves time and maintenance cost.
E-Switch motor is intuitively designed to detect lock-rotor conditions and
provide warnings in the event of an overload.
Xercsis K Marker, Executive Vice President & Business Head, Godrej
Lawkim Motors said, “There was a critical need to transition from the
conventional Open Circuit Switch technology to make advancements in motor
technology and thereby enhance the manufacturing process. After extensive field
research and testing, Godrej Lawkim Motors is delighted to launch India’s first
E-Switch technology that will serve sustainably across all sectors including
Agriculture, Food, Dairy, Domestic, and Construction. Currently, we are aiming
to achieve 30% of the market share for 100S frame motors. With the new E-Switch
technology, we hope to offer an enriched experience and higher value benefits
to our customers thus making their work safer and more efficient.”
general-purpose motors are useful across sectors and find its application in
areas such as monkey lifts, wood working machines, air compressors, betel
cutting machines, milking, mixing of paints, agri-machinery etc.
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