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Last $77.14 USD
Change Today -0.19 / -0.25%
Volume 155.9K
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200 State Street

Beloit, WI 53511

United States

Phone: 608-364-8800

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Regal Beloit Corporation manufactures electric motors and controls, electric generators and controls, and power transmission products worldwide. Segments The company has three segments: Commercial and Industrial Systems, Climate Solutions, and Power Transmission Solutions. Commercial and Industrial Systems This segment designs, manufactures, and sells primarily: Fractional, integral and large horsepower AC and DC motors and controls for commercial and industrial applications. These motors are sold directly to original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and end-user customers, and through the company’s network of direct and independent sales representatives, as well as through regional and national distributors. Typical applications include pumps, fans, compressors, conveyors, augers, blowers, and irrigation equipment. Fractional and integral horsepower motors, electronic variable speed controls and blowers used in commercial heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) products. The company’s primary customers for these products are manufacturers of commercial HVAC and refrigeration systems, as well as national and regional distributors of aftermarket products for the repair of these systems. Solid state and electro-mechanical starters, contactors, relays, variable frequency drives and motors, artificial lift system pumping equipment, and total integrated solutions of these components. The market for these control solutions is driven primarily by applications requiring compression, pumping, air moving, and conveying systems. The company’s products are sold primarily to OEM customers and systems integrators, and used in commercial and industrial markets, such as oil and gas, mining, metals, chemical, water waste water, machinery, marine, buildings, cement and glass, and pulp and paper. Precision stator and rotor kits from 5 to 2,900 horsepower for air conditioning, heat pump, and refrigeration compressor applications, which are sold primarily directly to OEM customers. Hazardous duty motors, including low and medium voltage explosion proof motors, as well as ATEX and IEC-Ex certified explosion proof motors. These motors are sold primarily into general industrial applications in hazardous conditions, such as oil and gas, paint booths, tunnels, and mining. Electric generators from 5 kilowatts though 4 megawatts, automatic transfer switches, power generation and distribution switch gear, components, and system controls. These products and systems are used in applications, including health care, cloud and enterprise data centers, oil and gas, marine, agriculture, transportation, government, construction, and other applications. Climate Solutions This segment designs, manufactures, and sells primarily: Fractional motors, electronic variable speed controls and blowers used in various residential and light commercial air moving applications, including HVAC systems and commercial refrigeration. These motors and blowers are vital components of a HVAC system and are used to move air into and away from furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioners, ventilators, fan filter boxes, water heaters, and humidifiers. A majority of the company’s HVAC motors replace existing motors, are installed as part of a new HVAC system that replaces an existing HVAC system, or are used in an HVAC system for new home construction. The business enjoys an installed base of equipment and long-term relationships with its major customers. Fractional motors and blowers used across a range of other applications, including white goods, water heating equipment, small pumps, and compressors. Demand for these products is driven primarily by consumer and light commercial market segments. Precision stator and rotor sets from 1.5 to 5 horsepower that are assembled into compressors for air conditioning, heat pump, and refrigeration applications. Capacitors for use in HVAC systems, high intensity lighting, and other applications. Power Transmission Solutions This segment designs, manufactures, and markets standard, modified, and highly engineered enclosed gear drives, gearmotors, transmissions, and custom open gearing used for m

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