Learn How To Recondition Motor Controls

By By David Rosenfield, Malcom Frederick and Winn Hardin

Electric motors for industrial and commercial applications come in countless sizes and shapes spread among various types, including AC induction, AC synchronous, wound-rotor, multispeed, inverter-duty and DC motors. Each is available in a range of speeds, enclosures and mounting configurations. One common theme is that each requires a control system that incorporates separate power and control circuits.

Recent generations of NEMA-rated controls are robust, which makes them perfectly suited for reapplication if they’re no longer needed for their current use. They’re usually good candidates for repair and reuse when reconditioned by qualified technicians following qualified standards.

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