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   AC Motor       Supplier has the capabilities to repair alternating current (AC) motors. AC motors are a broad category of motors that include single / multiphase, universal, servo, induction, synchronous, and gearmotor types. The magnetic field generated by AC motors is produced by an electromagnet powered by the same AC voltage as the motor coil. 
   DC Motor       Supplier has the capabilities to repair direct current (DC) motors.  DC motors are configured in many types and sizes, including brushless, servo, and gearmotor types. A motor consists of a rotor and a permanent magnetic field stator. The magnetic field is maintained using either permanent magnets or electromagnetic windings. DC motors are most commonly used in variable speed and torque applications. 
   AC Servomotor       Alternating current (AC) servomotors are typically permanent magnet, synchronous motors that often have high torque-to-inertia ratios for high acceleration ratings. AC servomotors have an output shaft that can be positioned by sending a coded signal to the motor. As the input to the motor changes, the angular position of the output shaft changes as well. AC servomotors are generally small but powerful for their size and easy to control. Induction and gearmotor types are some common forms of AC servomotors. 
   DC Servomotor       Direct current (DC) servomotors have an output shaft that can be positioned by sending a coded signal to the motor. As the input to the motor changes, the angular position of the output shaft changes as well. Servomotors are generally small and powerful for their size, and easy to control. Common types of DC servomotors include brushless or gearmotor types. 
   Brushless Motor       Brushless motors are synchronous electric motors that have a magnetically (AC induction) or electronically (DC) controlled commutation system instead of a brush-based mechanical commutation system. Brushed motors are used in many applications, but have an important disadvantage in that the brushes wear out. Brushed motors also limit the speed of the motor, and the sparking from making and breaking connections creates electrical noise. In addition, the position of the electromagnet on the armature makes the motor difficult to cool. Brushless motors overcome these limitations because there are no brushes to wear out and there is no sparking. The electromagnets on the stator are also easier to cool. Brushless motors are more efficient, but also more expensive 
   Gearmotor       Gearmotors of all types and sizes include single / multiphase, universal, servo, induction and synchronous types. An AC gearmotor consists of a series of three windings in the stator section with a simple rotating section and an integral gearbox or gearhead. The changing field caused by 50 or 60 Hertz AC line voltage causes the rotor to rotate about the axis of the motor. AC motors are the most common and simple type of motor manufactured.  DC gearmotors are configured in many types and sizes, including brushless and servo. A DC gearmotor consists of a rotor, a permanent magnetic field stator, and an integral gearbox or gearhead 
   Linear Motor       Linear motors generate force only in the direction of travel. A linear motor applies thrust directly to a load, and does not require any intermediate mechanism to convert rotary motion into linear motion. Linear motors are capable of extremely high speeds, quick acceleration, and accurate positioning.  
   Spindle Motor       Spindle motors are precision motors specifically designed for low noise and vibration required for spindle applications. 
   Stepper Motor       Stepper motors use a magnetic field to move a rotor. Stepping can be done in full step, half step, or other fractional step increments. Voltage is applied to poles around the rotor and changes the polarity of each pole. The resulting magnetic interaction between the poles and the rotor causes the rotor to move. Stepper motors provide precise positioning and ease of use, especially in low acceleration or static load applications. 
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   Component Remanufacturing       The supplier has personnel and/or equipment to completely overhaul or rebuild motor components, which may be an effective alternative for costly or specialized units. 
   Dynamic Balancing       The supplier has dynamic balancing capabilities, which is the act of balancing a motor while it is in motion. 
   Motor Testing       The supplier has capabilities for motor testing. Examples of tests performed are motor performance, motor life, locked rotor, temperature rise, and pass/fail. Motor characteristics tested include torque, speed, horsepower, efficiency, current, voltage, and others. 
   Motor Winding / Rewinding       The supplier has capabilities for motor winding or rewinding services. 
   Vibration Analysis       The supplier has capabilities to perform a vibration analysis on the motor. 
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Services
   Services       
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   Bench (Off-site)       Bench repair refers to off-site equipment or instrument repair in the service supplier's shop. The test equipment or instruments need to be disconnected and transported to. or picked up by the repair shop. 
   Field (On-site)       The supplier has personnel and/or equipment for on-site repair work, eliminating the added expense of taking the instrument off line and shipping it. 
   Failure Analysis       Troubleshooting or failure analysis refers to diagnostic or corrective maintenance, which is performed to correct an already-existing problem. This is contrasted to preventive maintenance, which refers to performing proactive maintenance in order to prevent system problems. 
   Installation / Start-up       The supplier has personnel and/or equipment for on-site installation and start-up of new, repaired, or replacement equipment or instruments. The supplier may also provide personnel training and test the acceptability of the equipment to the required specifications. 
   OEM / Warranty Authorized Shop       The supplier has personnel and/or equipment that are certified or approved for original equipment manufacturers (OEM) or warranty repair work. 
   Online Documentation       The supplier has an online documentation system to access history, calibration certifications, and recalibration notifications. 
   Pick-up and Delivery       The supplier offers pick-up and delivery services to minimize cost and time associated with using in-house personnel. 
   Preventative Maintenance / Service Contracts       Preventative maintenance and services contracts refer to programs for performing proactive maintenance in order to prevent system problems. This is contrasted to troubleshooting, diagnostic, or corrective maintenance, which is performed to correct an already existing problem. 
   Rapid Turnaround       The supplier offers quick turnaround on repair services, typically in a few days. 
   Replacement / Exchange Program       The supplier has capabilities and resources for exchanging the damaged equipment or instrument with a new or used unit, which can minimize any downtime in the facility or eliminate the need to ship and outsource work. 
   Spare Parts Inventory       The supplier expedites repairs by carrying an inventory of spare replacement parts or sub-systems in-house, eliminating the added time that ordering and shipping parts would require. 
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   Northwest US Only       Companies are located in the Northwest United States, namely Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. 
   Midwest US Only       Companies are located in the Midwest United States, namely Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. 
   Canada Only       Companies are located in Canada. 
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