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  • PRACTICAL PERSPECTIVES ON MOTOR SYSTEMS EFFICIENCY
    The Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) has reshaped the motor landscape, prompting industrial users to. reconsider the repair/replace decision, along with many other historical practices related to electric motors. Despite. purchase costs of up to 35% higher than standard-efficiency motors
  • Impulse Testing and Turn Insulation Deterioration in Electric Motors
    of dollars per hour. It is crucial to utilize scheduled plant downtime, during planned maintenance periods, for identifying equipment likely to fail. Identification of weak motors, and their replacement or repair during a planned outage, is more cost effective than the associated costs
  • Electrical Troubleshooting
    , usually negative is connected to ground move motor to electric shop motor test and repair station connect motor leads for 460 volt operation and wrap connections with black electrical tape check motor windings with an ohmmeter, each reading between phases should be within one or two ohms of each
  • Making the Most of Energy at Initi@tive 2008
    personnel analyze existing faults and anticipate future performance to avoid nuisance trips, reduce downtime, and do less maintenance and repair. The motor-management system monitors and controls six motor functions while guarding against overload, peak current, and excessive power consumption. It can

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