Solution for Coffee Maker
In a coffee maker, water is circulated by means of a pump between the water reservoir and the heating element of the Coffee Maker. This very pump has the capacity to generate a pressure of up to 130 PSI which is not possible without harnessing the electric power of the electric motor. The pump is connected to the electric motor with a small disc when the disc rotates by means of an electric motor the pump does its job. So, the electric motor with the current from the power supply. Motors’ operation cycle in coffee maker can be controlled through a PID controller, thus providing better control over the motor.
How Kinmore Makes Improvement
The motor in the coffee maker draws water from the reservoir to the heating element. This is done through a rotary pump. The motor is connected to the rotary pump through a disc. The disc rotates as the motor starts rotating. The disc is segmented into sections by veins. These veins create pressure against the wall through the difference in size of the sections, hence pressure is created inside the pump. Water is thus pushed from the reservoir to the top chamber of coffee maker. Kinmore motor works efficiently in coffee makers because of its compact design and high torque-speed characteristics.
- The electrical performance of motors such as voltage, speed, etc. can be customized after evaluation
- stable performance and high efficiency
- Small size (outer diameter 15.5mm), stable shock.
- Low voice
- Long service life