Potsdam, New York – LC Drives announced today that the company has delivered an electric motor to Bosch Rexroth for evaluation and testing. The companies are exploring its use for a variety of industrial applications where advanced hydraulic and motor technologies can be combined to generate manufacturing process improvements, operational efficiencies, and economic savings.
“We believe the compact but powerful motors from LC Drives have the potential to be used in many of the industrial market segments where Bosch Rexroth enjoys significant market share today,” said Winfried Hegel, vice president systems and solutions at Bosch Rexroth AG. As we look to the future, power density will be an important aspect for the evolution of electrohydraulic industrial applications that Bosch Rexroth supplies,” continued Hegel.
As one of the world’s leading suppliers of drive and control technologies, Bosch Rexroth ensures efficient, powerful, and safe movement in machines and systems of any size. The company offers its customers hydraulics, electric drive and control technology, gear technology, and linear motion and assembly technology, including software and interfaces to the Internet of Things.
“We are happy our discussions with Bosch Rexroth regarding our novel thermal management technology and resulting power-dense electric motors have progressed to the stage of hardware evaluation,” said Russel Marvin, LC Drives Co-Founder and CEO. “Bosch Rexroth is an outstanding, world-class company, and we are privileged to be working with them toward the commercialization of our technology” concluded Marvin.
LC Drives is targeting a variety of applications including marine, industrial, transportation, and wind energy. Applications where space is limited and weight important are ideal for motors or generators from LC Drives.
About LC Drives
LC Drives develops and manufactures innovative electric motors and generators with industry-leading power density. The Company’s patented thermal management designs and manufacturing processes enable the production of electric machines with half the weight and size of conventional water-cooled permanent magnet motors and generators. Initial markets include marine, industrial, heavy-duty trucks and buses, and wind where power density is critical and electrification efforts will significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.