When an electric motor fails, a plant must make decisions in a timely manner, but the decisions made can have a major impact to reliability in the long run. Should you repair the current electric motor or replace it with a new one? This presentation covers some direction to making a plan in order to know what decision to make. The presentation below discusses this decision making process and some basic factors to consider when making this determination.
This presentation was originally presented at the RPM Symposium 2016 in Kalamazoo, MI.
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