B006PVR374-03-893P Engine Barring Motor by Ingersoll Rand
Manufacturer: Ingersoll Rand
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Made in the USA
*Rebuilt Models Have the letter "R" at the end of their model number
BARRING MOTOR W/PENDANT
Service work on diesel and gas engines is easier and safer with Ingersoll Rand B006 and T480 Series pneumatic barring motors. These highly reliable, precisely controlled motors enable you to turn engines over slowly and stop them securely for greater peace of mind and productivity. These barring motors are lightweight and portable, which means you can move them from engine to engine, or mount them permanently. Since they are powered by compressed air, these motors are well suited for field applications, hazardous environments, and are perfect solutions for all service applications.
• Timing adjustments
• Valve adjustments
• Coupling adjustments
• Routine and unscheduled maintenance
Features and Benefits
- - Reversible vane air motor for precise control
- - Rugged design provides maximum durability and dependability
- - Pendant control enables safer one-person operation
- - 90 psig air operation produces more than 150 ft-lb of torque
- - For diesel engines with displacements up to 100 liters and gas engines up to 200 liters
Ingersoll Rand pneumatic air starters can replace any factory mounted starter engine and simultaneously offer a variety of helpful benefits. Compared to conventional electric starters, a pneumatic air starter occupies considerably less space as it is run by air. Pneumatic air starters are also considered safer in hazardous environments as they do not produce electrical sparks like electric starters sometimes do, thus eliminating the risk of igniting flammable materials that may be present.
Ingersoll Rand air starters have significantly more torque than electric starters of equivalent size, and that allows even a small air starter to start very large engines and turbines. In addition, electric starters as well as their wiring may become excessively hot in the event that it takes longer than expected to start the engine, while air-starters can be run for as long as their air supply lasts. Turbine starters provide even more torque and tend to be simpler, and therefore are a natural fit for turbine engines. Turbine air starters are utilized extensively on large turbofan engines commercial and military aircraft; as well as marine ships and vessels, trains, heavy construction equipment, and more.