Process downtime is expensiveeven more so when it’s unexpected. So, when an electric motor fails, we tend to pull, repair, or replace it, and move on as quickly as possible. In doing so, however, we may miss an opportunity to capture basic information that could help improve the reliability of the application. With a little planning, these data can be gathered with no delay in startup.
Read the full article at: http://www.maintenancetechnology.com/2016/06/my-motor-failed-now-what/
Publication: Maintenance Technology
Publication date: June 2016
Author: Mike Howell, EASA Technical Support Specialist
If your motor fails or you wish to discuss any of the points raised in the article, contact Mark Convery on email@example.com or (0)7713 197130.