Reliable rewinding and repairs
Some motor rebuilds can cost you long after the bill is paid
If electric motor repairs or diagnostics are not conducted according to best practices, machine efficiency can drop by several percentage points. Independent research shows that even the smallest efficiency losses from repairs can lead to higher energy and maintenance costs.
Misdiagnosed problems and poor quality rebuilds can cause several expensive results, including:
- Premature bearing failures
- Higher energy costs
- Recurring motor failures
- Greater risk of unplanned downtime
- Increased maintenance demands
Shorter Mean Time Between Failures
Save money long-term with an SKF Certified RebuilderAn SKF Certified Rebuilder can demonstrate that recurring breakdowns and unplanned downtime are not an inevitable cost of doing business. On the contrary, adhering to motor repair best practices prove that a properly rewound motor can be as efficient as it was when new.
See the link below to see how SKF Certified Rebuilder repairs, diagnostics, Root Cause Failure Analysis and other services can help your operation control costs and extend equipment service life.
SKF Certified Rebuilder Programme for Electric Motors
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Larger SKF E2 bearings for electric motor rebuild
SKF now offers new deep groove ball bearing sizes up to E2.6316-2Z/C3, appropriate for motors from IEC frame size 225 to 355. These bearings reduce friction by at least 30%.