Baldor Electric Company
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||It has been suggested that this article be merged into ABB Group. (Discuss) Proposed since January 2013.|
|Member of the ABB Group|
|Founded||St. Louis, Missouri (1920)|
|Headquarters||Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States|
|Ron Tucker, CEO, President|
Mechanical Power Transmission
|Revenue||US$1.52B (FY 2009)|
|US$178M (FY 2009)|
|US$59.8M (FY 2009)|
|Total assets||US$2.65B (FY 2009)|
|Total equity||US$924M (FY 2009)|
Number of employees
Baldor Electric Company markets, designs, and manufactures industrial electric motors, mechanical power transmission products, drives, and generator sets.
The company manufactures its products in 19 U.S. locations, 1 in Canada, 2 in China, and 1 in England..
The company's strategy is to be the highest value provider, focusing on quality, service and time.
The company has had a long-term focus on energy-efficiency and was the first in the industry to introduce a line of premium-efficiency industrial electric motors, the Super-E in 1983.
The company sells Baldor*Reliance and ABB branded industrial electric motors. Products are available in both IEC and NEMA configurations and range from 1/50th to 100,000 horsepower.
The company sells Baldor and ABB branded industrial drives and controls.
The brands of mechanical power transmission components are Baldor*Dodge and Baldor*Maska.
Baldor Electric was founded in 1920 by Edwin Ballman and Emil Doerr. The name of the company was derived using part of each of their names. In 1967 the Company's headquarters were moved from St. Louis, Missouri to Fort Smith, Arkansas.
In 2007, Baldor Electric acquired the Dodge and Reliance Electric brands from Rockwell Automation for $1.8 billion. This more than doubled the size of the company, taking it from $800 million in annual revenue to $1.8 billion.
In 2011, Baldor was acquired by ABB Ltd of Switzerland in an all-cash deal of US$4.2 billion ($1.1 billion debt included). The company continues to operate as Baldor Electric Company A Member of the ABB Group.
Industrial Electric Motors
- ABB and Baldor brands
- AC Induction
- Grinders / Buffers
- DC Servo
- AC Servo
- Industry specific solutions
- ABB and Baldor brands
- DC SCR
- AC Inverter
- AC Vector
- Soft starts
- Motion control
- Mounted bearings
- Tapered roller bearings
- Spherical roller bearings
- Sleeve bearings
- Sleeveoil hydrodynamic bearings
- Take up frames
- Shaft mount helical
- Helical screw conveyor
- Right angle worm
- Helical inline
- Energy efficient gear motor / reducer
Power Transmission Components
Baldor's Motion Intelligence Multitasking Language
Baldor has a custom programming language known as the Baldor Motion Language. It possesses a syntax similar to BASIC and offers keywords that are used to create motion control moves easily.
Private Sub Form_Load() Const NodeNumber = 10 Const CommPort = 1 Const Baudrate = 57600 End Sub
- "Baldor annual report (2005)" (PDF). Retrieved May 17, 2006.