Debris falls on the motor, in-between
cooling fins and across air intake screen
Just a small amount of debris (2/10ths inch) is enough
to both insulate and deflect airflow away
from the motor.
Debris, especially pulp, acts as an insulation blanket
to retain heat from the windings.
Dirty & contaminated motors require frequent cleaning
Clogged air intakes mean less air is brought in to
further reduce the effectiveness of the motor cooling
Even with a clean motor, studies have shown up to 80% of
airflow is deflected away from the motor.
Hot motors consume more electricity, have degraded load
capacity, require frequent maintenance on bearings and
windings and operate in a low efficiency mode.
Debris lands on The MotorCover, not
on the cooling fins.
Cooling fins remain clean and clear so air can pass
Tight fit around exterior of cooling finsprovides a
cooling tunnel effect to literally force the air through
the cooling fins to push heat away faster and better
than ever before.
Longer length covers provide additional protection
to the air intake to reduce blockage from debris.
Covers are lightweight, corrosion resistant and
literally snap over the motor without requiring bolts or
Temperature drops as much as 29°F have been recorded
after installing The MotorCover.
Cooler motor temperature means longer bearing and
winding life, fewer breakdowns, lower maintenance costs.