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VIK motor

The acronym VIK stands for "Verband Industrieller Kraftwerksbetreiber" (German Energy and Power Stations Association), which introduced the VIK recommendation for the technical requirements to be met by three-phase asynchronous motors in Germany in 1975. Its key objectives were to adapt standard three-phase asynchronous motors to the special application conditions in the primary industry, power plants and refineries, and to enable streamlined order processing and parts storage by standardising special equipment.

The VIK requirements for three-phase asynchronous motors apply to:

VIK motor