Farm equipment tends to be fairly power-hungry, so your best bet is to go with a high-horsepower model. The greater the HP rating, the more intense of a load the motor can handle. The other big consideration is the unit’s phase. If it’s set for single-phase, then you can run the motor on virtually any household current, but it’s not likely to be as powerful as a three-phase version. Three-phase motors can draw more power safely and with a more efficient consumption than single-phase designs, though you have to wire your home or business up to handle it specifically.Customize the Motor to Meet Your Needs
Your farm or workshop has a unique setup with needs and apparatus that varies from your neighbors, where the manufacturer re-configures a stock unit to fit various machines or for a special performance. They can install a C-face mount, space heaters and thermostats, cords and plugs, convert the mechanical switch to an electric version, ground the shaft or more.