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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
  • Why Motors Fail Part 1.
    The more we understand why motors fail, the better we become at addressing the problems. Electric motors are the most common machine used in all facets of the world. They are an essential part of our daily life as many systems, applications, and services depend on them. When they fail, it typically
  • Ship's Steering Gear Motor Problem Diagnosed Using IR Technology (.pdf)
    to the root of the problem. The ship was kept in service whilst being monitored and the downtime for the repair was kept to a minimum.
  • Advanced Energy
    RALEIGH--Led by a team of maintenance and reliability experts from the Cargill Maintenance & Reliability Center of Excellence and Allied Services Group, a new motor repair specification is born. This could be the first of its kind to include a thorough process to insure that motor repair suppliers
  • A Change in Speed Control Strategy Ramps up Production for Steel Company
    of worn-out parts, and was out of service for repairs too often. The thread roller had variable sheave pulley speed controls, which were the source of numerous problems due to a preponderance of moving parts. The controls also required constant operator interaction to change speeds and make other
  • OSHA Pump Regulations
    Automotive service station shall mean that portion of property where flammable or combustible liquids used as motor fuels are stored and dispensed from fixed equipment into the fuel tanks of motor vehicles and shall include any facilities available for the sale and service of tires, batteries
  • Magnalube-G Case Study: Benchmark Imaging Group
    Benchmark Imaging Group is a well-established X-ray equipment manufacturer and reseller. Their engineers have used the latest tools and technology to service and repair thousands of used X-ray equipment. The owner and operating manager, Pete Schliebner, has been an X-ray service engineer for twenty
  • Odd-Shaped Seal Stops Random Leaks
    explains. A brand new, correctly manufactured and thoroughly checked Piggyback would leave the plant, enter service and, within days, develop a leak that shuts down the machine. "The lost time, repair, and cleanup all cost money and upset the customer, " says Pohl. "In our business, reliability

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