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Improve Customer Satisfaction: Follow Electric Motor Storage Procedures

  • January 2023
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Chuck Yung
EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist

One of the more mundane things we as repairers must be concerned with is motor storage. For many of us, storing large motors for major customers is its own profit center. For all of us, being aware of how our customers store the motors we repair and send to them is critical to customer satisfaction. A poorly stored motor is likely to suffer winding or bearing failure, and we don’t want unrealistic warranty claims over something outside our control.

Our primary concerns when storing motors, especially long-term, are windings, bearings and shaft sag.

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