Pull-out torque | Article about pull-out torque by The Free Dictionary
pull-out torque[′pūl‚au̇t ‚tȯrk]
Th largest torque under which a motor can operate without sharply losing speed.
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is the maximum sustained torque, which the motor will develop at synchronous speed without stepping out, with rated voltage applied, at rated frequency and excitation.