ABB Authorised Value Providers – Motors

The ABB Authorised Value Provider programme is a global programme.

The Authorised Value Provider network raises the bar in sales, support and services for motors across the UK, providing technical expertise, product and service availability all under one recognisable, local branch structure. It extends across the entire life cycle of products by providing services such as energy & productivity appraisals, installation, start-up and preventive maintenance.

Our offering

Providers

Find out more about our nationwide network of providers located throughout the UK and Ireland. All ABB providers are independent engineering companies chosen because of their extensive expertise, technical knowledge and high standards of customer service.

Products

ABB Authorised Value Providers stock an extensive range of ABB electrical motors to suit the needs of virtually all applications. With motors ranging from 0.25 kW to 710 kW, you can be certain that there is a motor to match your needs.

Applications

ABB Authorised Value providers offer a wealth of expertise and experience in a wide range of industries including food & beverage, chemical, oil & gas and pharmaceuticals.

Services

ABB Authorised Value Providers offer a range of services including: breakdowns, motor maintenance and motor assessment so customers can be assured that they get the best possible performance from their motors at all times.

News

Breakthrough motor cures reliability challenges for Synseal

2014-09-29: A company producing extruded PVC-U profiles for double glazing product applications is using ABB’s synchronous reluctance (SynRM) motor to cut the number of motor failures on two of its main extruders. The SynRM replaced ageing servo motors, ensuring high reliability and maximum production time for the company from its extruders.

ABB appoints new head of UK motors and generators business unit

2014-09-29: Dave Hawley is appointed as ABB’s Local Business Unit Manager for Motors and Generators in the UK from 1st September 2014.

Do you consider overall system efficiency yet?

2014-06-30: There have been big strides in raising the efficiency levels of individual products like electric motors, fans, pumps and variable-speed drives. In fact, from January 1st 2015, the next electric motor efficiency level, IE3, is mandatory. Meanwhile, at the 2014 Hannover Fair, manufacturers were unveiling motors with efficiency levels that hit IE4 and even an IE5, potentially allowing it to comply with as-yet-unpublished “ultra-premium” efficiency norm.

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