Understand the reason for the electric motor of blenders and drills not burning when connected to a voltage different
Many people think that the electric motor that integrates blenders and drills do not burn, even if the electric motor model has been created to work on 110 volts and is connected on 220-volt network.
The fact is that the electric motor can not even burn if it gets running just a minute or two, this is because there was not time for the electric motor winding heats up to the point of destroying all the enamel that protects the wires and make the isolation.
But even if the electric motor does not burn, the enamel that protects the electric motor wires will be destroyed.
The electric motor does not take longer to warm up in this case because the armature moves motivated by the action of the magnetic field, but the continuity of the force fields will appear depending on the coal that will be sliding on the electrical contacts of the armature winding itself.
Thus, the electric motor winding can burn, but the armature will remain intact.