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Some Like it Hot, But Not This Hot!

Hot? How hot is too hot? What happens to insulation when the motor gets too hot? What happens to the motor life when the motor gets too hot? How do you determine if it’s too hot? Answer: Testing, trending, and taking necessary action. Watch this case study to see the effect heat has on insulation and motors and how to be pro-active in order to reduce lost dollars.

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Congratulations Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati

Congratulations to Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSDGC) for winning Uptime Magazine’s 2014 Best Asset Condition Management Program! The 2014 Uptime Award winners were announced in December 2014, at IMC-2014 in Daytona Beach, Florida, and featured in Uptime Magazine’s February/March issue. MSDGC is a repeat winner as they were the winner of the 2013 Best Emerging Maintenance Reliability Program. They are on a roll. Will they be a three-peat winner in 2015?

A five year Asset Condition Monitoring program, using a variety of PdM equipment, is in place and PdMA is proud to be a part of their success. Click here to read about MSDGC’s award winning program and the winners in the other categories.

 


Case Study - The Dreaded Saturday Call
How do you want to spend your Saturday morning? Pursuing your favorite activity or answering the dreaded Saturday morning phone call? View this case study to learn the story of The Dreaded Saturday Call and how it can be avoided if proper quality assurance motor testing takes place. Click on the image below to start the video.

Dreaded Saturday Call

 


Safe and Easy
It is safe, but there is nothing easy about donning all of the required personal protection equipment necessary to perform online electric motor testing. Helmet with face shield, goggles, two pair of gloves (rubber and leather), long-sleeves these all take time to put it on and they are bulky when you try to maneuver in small, cramped spaces.

Are you interested in an easier, quicker, but still safe, way to test electric motors online that doesn’t involve suiting up? Click on the Electrical Safety image below to view our safety presentation for an answer.

Safe and Easy

 

 



PdMA Corporation
is the leader in the field of predictive maintenance, condition monitoring applications, and the development of electric motor test equipment for motor circuit analysis. Companies across the globe trust our reliability solutions, products, and services.

PdMA Corporation has developed these portable motor testers:

All testers are designed to trend the condition of AC induction, synchronous, wound rotor, and DC motors and their circuits. They track, trend and monitor the six fault zones: power quality, power circuit, stator, rotor, insulation, and air gap.

 

Let the New Guy Start the Motor (revised)
March 23, 2015
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Fault Zones
Power Circuit Fault Zone
Power Quality Fault Zone
Rotor Fault Zone
Stator Fault Zone
Air Gap Fault Zone
Insulation Fault Zone

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2014 Best Asset Condition Management Program Winner
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2015 Training Schedule Posted
The PdMA® training schedule for 2015 has been posted.
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PdMA® Corporation Releases MCEGold® 2.6.2
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Announcing the New M-Series MCEMAX® Tester
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PdMA® Corporation Releases MCEGold® 2.6.1
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2012 Best Maintenance Reliability Program Winner
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Introducing MTAP3
The affordable MTAP3 offers the ability to safely capture data in many of the smallest enclosures where the MTAP2® cannot be installed.
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