Cleveland-Cliffs is introducing a new line of non-oriented electrical steels for high frequency motors and generators in the North American market. The MOTOR-MAX High Frequency Non-Oriented Electrical Steels (HF NOES) are designed for high-speed motors, electric vehicle traction motors, aircraft generators and other rotating equipment.
They feature a variety of electrical properties with three different distinct insulative coatings to meet various design needs, able to improve the overall efficiency and performance of motors and rotating systems.
The largest flat-rolled steel producer in North America, Cleveland-Cliffs serves the growing EV market as the only producer of automotive-quality electrical steels in North America. In addition, its grain-oriented electrical steels (GOES) are used in EV charging stations.
It is able to make MOTOR-MAX and other electrical steel products utilizing a cleaner mix of its high-quality direct reduced iron and recycled steel scrap at its electric arc furnaces located in the U.S., says the company. Vertically integrated, it maintains control over the entire production cycle, using U.S.-sourced materials, incorporating recycling and other environmentally friendly sustainable practices. For more info, see www.clevelandcliffs.com.