have a stator that uses a one phase supply. They are motors that are suitable for application areas with smaller equipment with low horsepower (1HP) requirements such as portable drills, compressors, pumps
, refrigerators, blowers, electric toys, centrifugal pumps, washing machines, and fans
. They contain an AC winding on the stator and a cylindrical rotor with short circuit conductors. They operate by activating the switch to move the rotor since they don't have their own magnetic field. Single-phase induction motor types use an out phase current to drive the auxiliary stator winding. The flux produced by the stator rotates to cut the conductors of the rotor, as a result of the induced EMF. Single-phase motors are designed in a variety of styles, each with advantages and disadvantages. Examples of single-phase motors include wound rotor, split-phase, permanent-split capacitor, capacitor start, shaded pole, and two-valve capacitor motors. Single-phase motors are cheaper than three-phase motors, long-lasting, and require little maintenance with minimum repairs.When it comes to matters maintenance, repairs, and operations, talk to the experts at MRO Supply. We stock a wide range of tools and products in various sizes and styles to suit various applications, and have agents to assist you with your shopping. For the best selection of MRO supplies, shop with us today.