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Best Practices for Electric Motor Storage

Do What You Can To Protect The Investment

  • December 2020
  • Number of views: 16959
Trade press article — Electrical Business

Storing an electric motor for more than a few weeks involves several steps to ensure it will operate properly when needed.  Factors like temperature, humidity and ambient vibration in the storage area also influence the choice of storage methods, some of which may be impractical for smaller machines or need to be reversed before the motor goes into storage.

Increasing Motor Reliability

Regularly Checking the Operating Temperature of Critical Motors Will Help Extend Their Life and Prevent Costly, Unexpected Shutdowns

  • February 2020
  • Number of views: 12604
Trade press article — Electrical Business

Regardless of the method used to detect winding temperature, the total, or hot spot, temperature is the real limit; and the lower it is, the better. Don’t let excessive heat kill your motors before their time.