Repairing an electric motor can be a difficult process. The process includes cleaning and removing the dirt, grease, paint, insulation, varnish and epoxy that encases the motor. The copper wire coil must also be clean and exposed. There are several ways to accomplish this....
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Electrical motors are typically made out of versatile and durable materials to ensure that the engine lasts for as long as possible without breaking down or malfunctioning. There are thousands of electric motors available on the market. Therefore, when it comes to choosing the...
Electric motors are an essential part of our daily lives as many systems, applications and services depend on them. Because of their constant usage, electric motors can break down over time and cause problems.
Here are six common causes of electric motor failures:
- Over-Current (Electrical Overload): Sometimes electric motors draw more current than their capacity. This happens...
There are several factors to consider when deciding if repair or replacement is the best decision for a failing motor. Many facility managers believe that if the motor is larger than 15 horsepower, it is more cost effective to repair it. Although this may be true when thinking...
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