Brother Gearmotors IE3 Gearmotors to be Introduced at Pack Expo

Brother Gearmotors will be introducing a new line of IE3 gearmotors at Pack Expo.

Brother Gearmotors will be introducing a new line of IE3 gearmotors at Pack Expo.

September 23, 2015—

Brother Gearmotors will introduce a line of IE3 premium efficiency gearmotors at Pack Expo Las Vegas, Sept. 28-30.

The new IE3 premium efficiency gearmotors offer increased efficiency over standard IE1 models throughout the speed range and initiate less mechanical stress, which directly translates into long-term energy savings. The IE3 gearmotors run cooler and with less noise and, as they are sealed for life and require practically no maintenance, reduce costly downtime.  Two factors in the enhanced durability of Brother’s IE3 gearmotors are the company’s ultra-long-lasting e-coat paint and lubrication through premium H1 food-grade grease.

“Brother Gearmotors is pleased to add the IE3 premium efficiency gearmotors to our product offerings,” said Matthew Roberson, senior director of Brother Gearmotors. “In addition to staying ahead of government energy efficiency regulations, we maintain a strong, ongoing commitment to providing our customers with gearmotors that are not only durable and reliable, but highly efficient and cost-effective.”

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Brother Gearmotors
A division of Brother International Corporation, Brother Gearmotors offers a wide range of high-quality, sub-fractional AC gearmotors and reducers in demanding industries such as packaging, food & beverage, and unit handling. Brother Gearmotors is one of the world's largest fine-pitch gear manufacturers and was designed in response to the industry's demand for smaller, lighter more reliable and energy-efficient power transmission components. Brother International Corporation, with its corporate headquarters located in Bridgewater, New Jersey, was established in 1954. Currently, Brother and its subsidiaries employ over 1,000 people in the Americas. ...Read more Or visit