By reducing thermal loss caused by unwanted electromagnetic fields and vibrations, the motor's efficiency increases.
Better thermal management
The full-faced bonding ensures complete insulation and reduces interlaminar iron losses. It also provides best axial heat transfer. There is no metallic contact between the laminations, thus hot spots can be eliminated.
Increased vehicle range
Reduced iron losses ensure highest energy efficiency and increase the vehicle range for battery-powered mobile applications.
The full-faced bonding improves the vibration characteristics, resulting in a quieter motor.
The bonded lamination stack forms a compact monoblock. This provides higher mechanical resilience during assembly and operation.
More design freedom
As a result of the full-faced bonding, there are no joining locations that need to be considered in the component design. Diameters can be reduced, resulting in increased design freedom.
The stacks can be processed by mechanical machining. For example, rotors can be easily balanced in this way, making balancing discs obsolete.
Downsizing & weight reduction
Design freedom and machinability allow designers to eliminate components, reduce the dimensions and lower the weight of the motor.
Efficient serial production
The innovative baked self-bonding varnish and inline manufacturing ensure excellent reproducibility for small and large-scale production series.