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PdMA CorporationPdMA Corporation is an industry leader in the field of predictive maintenance (PdM) and condition monitoring, globally offering electric motor testing instruments. Their products are utilized by a wide variety of industries such as: manufacturing, utilities, field servicing, aerospace, petro/chemical, pulp and paper, steel/service, mining, automotive, etc. PdMA has operated under the current name and ownership since August 1, 1993 in Tampa, Florida. However, the company has over 20 years of experience in the predictive maintenance industry.

PdMA designs and manufactures the following portable motor testers:

  • MCE™ — static (offline) tester
  • EMAX — dynamic (online) tester
  • MCEMAX —combination (offline/online) tester

All testers are designed to monitor and trend the condition of AC induction, synchronous, wound rotor, and DC motors and their circuits. Among the testing capabilities are: power quality, power circuit, stator, rotor, insulation, and air gap.

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Insulation Fault Zone Analysis
Rotor Fault Zone Analysis
Stator Fault Zone Analysis
Air Gap Fault Zone Analysis

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