Electric Motors

We keep your motor running.

We repair, rewind and maintain all types of industrial motors, both AC and DC, up to thousands of horsepower.

Hoist & Cranes

We keep you on the up and up. New parts, equipment sales, installation, warranty repair, rail alignment, electrifications, end trucks and controls.

Predictive Maintenance

We keep you ahead of the game. Using customized technology, we can detect potential problems and recommend repair to avoid work slowdown or stoppage.

Parts & Equipment

We keep you supplied. New and used parts shipped anywhere the country and sales and installation of new equipment. Yes, we have what you’re looking for.

You can’t afford downtime. We get that. That’s why we do whatever it takes to keep you working. We repair your cranes, electric motors and electro-mechanical equipment. We respond to your emergency calls 24 hours a day. We get parts to you pronto. We use leading-edge technology to turn maintenance into an asset rather than an expense. The bottom line– we have the experience and know-how to keep you up and running.

TWO HI-SPEED LOCATIONS

West Tennessee

7030 Ryburn Drive
Millington, TN 38053
Phone 901-873-5300
Fax 901-873-5301

Central Arkansas

6812 Lindsey Rd.
Little Rock, AR 72206
Phone 501-375-9178
Fax 501-375-4254

 

LATEST HI-SPEED NEWS

There are various ways to control the bridge drive movement of an overhead crane. However, just because you have movement does not necessarily mean you have the best option for your facility or crane operators. Learn more about the various options at https://www.gohispeed.com/how-to-select-the-right-drive-for-your-overhead-crane/.

Hoists are responsible for lifting, lowering, holding, and moving heavy loads. Choosing the correct hoist for your overhead crane means considering more factors than cost and how much load it can handle. Learn more about this topic in our latest blog at https://www.gohispeed.com/how-well-do-you-know-your-hoist-for-your-overhead-crane/.

So true, Jess! Frequent infrared surveys are an excellent component of any reliability program. Let the experts at Hi-Speed keep your business #UpAndRunning! https://www.linkedin.com/posts/jess-white-53a538192_gohispeed-reliability-infrared-activity-6993031797374672896-ylL9?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_desktop

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LATEST BLOG POSTS

How to Select the Right Drive For Your Overhead Crane

How to Select the Right Drive For Your Overhead Crane

There are various ways to control the bridge drive movement of an overhead crane. However, just because you have movement does not necessarily mean you have the best option for your facility or crane operators. From increasing capacity and productivity to reducing...

How Well Do You Know Your Hoist for Your Overhead Crane?

How Well Do You Know Your Hoist for Your Overhead Crane?

Hoists are an essential part of an overhead crane system and are responsible for lifting, lowering, holding, and moving heavy loads. However, choosing the correct hoist for your overhead crane involves more than just looking at how much it costs or how much load it...

How to Select the Right Shackle for Your Overhead Crane Application

How to Select the Right Shackle for Your Overhead Crane Application

Shackles are load-bearing devices with removable pins. They can be found everywhere, from marine applications to construction sites to warehouses. In an industrial setting, you’ll often see them used with overhead cranes to lift, hold, or maneuver loads. To choose the...

Why Precision Balancing Matters for Rotating Equipment

Why Precision Balancing Matters for Rotating Equipment

Do you know to what standard your motor shop is balancing your rotating equipment? Is your shop’s equipment even capable of precision balancing and reporting? A couple of thousandths can make a difference in the longevity of a machine. So here are some questions you...

What is Correct Approach to Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA)?

What is Correct Approach to Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA)?

If an electric motor repair shop conducts a thorough teardown and root cause failure analysis of your rotating equipment, surprises in the repair process should not occur. When you’ve sent in your rotating equipment to a motor repair shop, you shouldn’t be receiving...

Spare & Backup Electric Motors Fail as Well

Spare & Backup Electric Motors Fail as Well

Just because you’ve got a backup or spare electric motor doesn't mean it's ready to go into service or that it will even work. And we’ve seen that happen to our customers, time and time again--and it’s especially problematic when it’s a critical motor that’s gone...

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