YBX3 Explosion Proof Motor

The Longbank YBX3 motor is a 3-phase, flameproof, high-efficiency motor modified for the 3rd time. We offer a range of specific YBX3 flameproof motors with various rating voltages, frame sizes, mounting options, rated frequencies, and other specifications. 

Our YBX3 motors are specially engineered to prevent flames from spreading outside the motor if an explosion occurs. These motors are perfect for hazardous industrial settings. Our YBX3 have Ex d I Mb, Ex d II A T4 Gb, and Ex d II B T4 Gb markings, meaning that the motors are suitable for equipment with explosive gas environments, except for coal mines.

Furthermore, our YBX3 explosion-proof motors comply with IEC 60079-1, GB19613-2012, and IE4 of the IEC60034-30 standard. Explosion-proof motor classification and specifications are highly regulated at our manufacturing facility in China. 

Longbank YBX3 motors can also have several temperature classes from T1 to T4, and an insulation class F. With protection rated at IP55-IP66 and a cooling form of IC411, we guarantee the smooth performance of our motors in the harshest conditions. 

You can rely on the YBX3 motor’s ability to withstand continuous load duty. We manufacture motors with dynamically-balanced rotors to decrease vibration and noise. The features we incorporate into the design also serve for low-loss and high-efficiency performance. 

Choose our high-quality, easily operated, efficient, reliable, and durable explosion-proof YBX3 motors today! We will consult you on the optimal frame size, output, torque, efficiency, and speed for your application. 

You can request a particular YBX3 motor model by specifying your intended operation environment, the number of poles, the code of core length, the code of frame length, shaft center height, voltage, size, mounting option, and much more. 

Our YBX3 explosion-proof motors for hazardous locations can have output up to 315kW, rated frequency of 60Hz, rated voltage of up to 750V, and up to 10 poles. You can also specify rotation direction, limiting values of noise and vibration, speed, junction box entry, etc. Continue reading for more information!


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