Category Archives: Motor Repair

When Should I Rewind My Electric Motor?

When the performance of an electric motor begins to deteriorate, you must make a complicated choice: either replace the motor entirely or prolong the life of the motor with “rewinding” techniques. The choice of whether to rewind or replace your … Continue reading

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Electric Motor?

Countless companies rely on the power of efficient electric motors to keep their business running. Just like any other mechanical device, your electric motor isn’t designed to last forever. No matter how much care and attention you give your system, … Continue reading

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Repair or Replace: The Decision-Making Process

Electric motors represent an essential aspect of many thriving industries in today’s market. They keep companies running smoothly and can provide years of efficient and effective performance. But no matter how well you maintain your motor, there will come a … Continue reading

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Repairing Electric Motors: What Is Dynamic Balancing?

Electric motors are essential to productivity for many industries — without them, production would simply stop. If your business operations rely upon reliable electric motor operation, you know it’s not enough for your motors to just keep turning — they … Continue reading

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Electric Motor?

As crucial factors in many thriving industries, electric motors include a variety of complex and specialized parts that must all continue to run in optimum condition, in order to maintain productivity. Unfortunately, extensive use resulting in application wear and tear, … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Hydrogen Welding Torch vs Oxy-Acetylene

Most modern HVACR technicians use oxy-acetylene for cutting and welding, as opposed to oxy-hydrogen. But, noxious gases, which result while acetylene burns, do little for the environment. Acetylene is more highly regarded than other fuel gases for the fact that … Continue reading

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Does Rewinding your Motor Decrease Efficiency?

When a motor fails, or begins to show signs of deterioration, engineering teams and maintenance experts must come together to determine how to address the problem. In some cases, repairing the motor outright may be possible, where other outcomes require … Continue reading

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Why VPI is Better than Dip and Bake Methods

Ensuring the longevity and robustness of an insulation system is integral to the maintenance of motors and generators. With age, the insulation used for the coils and windings begins to deteriorate quite considerably, causing gaps and voids that could affect … Continue reading

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