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, the time will eventually come when you need to ask yourself whether you need to replace or repair your electric motor.
Sometimes, the decision to repair electric motor devices is simple, particularly when you’re only facing a minor problem like a damaged component that can be cheaply, and easily changed. In other cases, the threat of catastrophic failure might make your decision more complex.
To help you make the right choice, the experts at Sloan Electric have created the image below to act as a definitive guide on whether you need to replace or repair your motor.