We have a question on Design C motors to consult with you. We understand that a Design C motor must meet the requirements of NEMA MG 1, at least conform to this standard on locked-rotor torque, pull-up torque, breakdown torque, locked-rotor current, slip, and etc. Do these requirements have an allowance (tolerance)? As you know, the Design C motor is designed as per NEMA MG 1, the average performance specification can meet or exceed NEMA requirement, but a small part of these motors may have a deviation, for example, some 25 Hp, 4-pole motors have a locked-rotor torque, 198 percent of full-load torque, but NEMA requires 200 percent. Are these 25 Hp, 4-pole motors with deviation belong to Design C motor? For another example, NEMA MG 1 requires 10 Hp Design C motors have a locked-rotor current not exceeding 162A at 230V 60 Hz, but some motors with deviation has an 8 percent higher than the standard current 162A. Can these motors be regarded as Design C motors? Do these Design C motors have to be re-designed to assure each motor meets all the NEMA requirements without any percent allowance? 2. You mention "resistance" test method when determining the insulation life of a motor. Where can I get information on the resistance method? 3. Does this standard include the small motor dimension standard for NEMA 8, 11, 14, 17, 23, and 34? Those are the primary sizes for this gear reducer family that I am working on. I looked in the MG 1 condensed version and it has the type of information I am looking for, but the smallest I found was the NEMA 42.