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Electric Motor Repair Equipment
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List of verified suppliers of custom machinery & equipment for motor & electric coil manufacturing, tools, soldering tools, cable, electric motor parts & repair equipment, internal parts & assemblies to build & repair AC & DC electric motors & drives, circuit breakers, heater strips, rebuilt rotating equipment, pumps & gearboxes & machining job shop, jigs & coil winding machines for electric motor rewinding & repair, welding supplies.
5 factors you need to consider when choosing an electric motor repair supplier
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
According to IndustryNet there are 755 electric motor companies employing 32,828 individuals nationally. Sales in the industry topped $15 billion last year alone. Given the enormous size of this industrial sector, it can be difficult narrow down the options and pick the right electric motor repair supplier. Here are several factors manufacturers should consider before making a final decision: 1. Motor size. Lifting and properly repairing large motors requires special handling and equipment. Red Stick Armature Works, Inc., based in St. Francisville, LA specializes in exactly this kind of work. Red Stick's HeatTek Vacuum Pressure Impregnation System (VPI) is the largest in the state and one of the few in the United States. 2. Testing capabilities. Testing the core prior to rewinding...(Full Article)
U.S. electric motor industry continues on growth trajectory as sales, employment trend up
Monday, August 7, 2017
There are now 755 electric motor manufacturing plants in the United States, mainly situated in the South (33 percent of all plants) and Midwest (35 percent of all plants). The majority of plants are located in Illinois, with 70 plants, and Ohio, with 46 plants. Over the past 12 months, jobs in this industry have increased by three percent. Dreison International Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio, IPS of Litchfield, Minnesota, and RAM Industrial Services Inc. of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, have reported significant employee growth. Companies in the electric motor industry are twice as likely to report sales growth than other U.S. manufacturing companies. Sales have increased by two percent over the past year, with current average sales totalling 15.2 trillion dollars. Companies such as Clark-Fow...(Full Article)
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