Electric Motor Repair Blog

How to Prevent Rolling Element Bearing Failure

How to Prevent Rolling Element Bearing Failure

Here’s a statistic you should know: mechanical failure, rather than electrical failure, is the cause of 80% of failures in electric motors.  Unplanned failures cost facilities countless dollars each year due to the resulting loss of productivity, overtime repairs, and...

Electric Motor Reconditioning: Why and How

Electric Motor Reconditioning: Why and How

Electric Motor Reconditioning: Why and How Plant reliability has many facets, including the planned removal and reconditioning of critical electric motors and other electromechanical equipment. There are a host of benefits to reconditioning, but scheduled reconditions...

Plant Shutdown Tips for Electric Motors

Plant Shutdown Tips for Electric Motors

During a plant outage, proper shutdown and startup procedures for rotating equipment is critical to see your system smoothly and predictably come back online.  Here are some tips and thoughts for executing a reliable shutdown & startup for your plant. Tip #1: Keep...

Technical Profile: Blake Parker

Technical Profile: Blake Parker

Blake Parker Director of Shop Operations Hi-Speed Industrial Service “My goal is ensuring we maintain the health of our clients’ businesses while keeping them profitable.”     ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Blake Parker serves as the Director of Motor Shop...