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What to look for in a motor repair shop

Get to know the people and the equipment you’re entrusting your motors’ health to.

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When planning and executing a predictive maintenance strategy, the issue most often overlooked by maintenance supervisors and even their superiors is the quality and capabilities of the motor shops that repair their equipment. The shop that will be responsible for helping you maintain a successful and efficient facility is of utmost importance.Motor repair facilities are not all alike, and many issues can affect the quality of repairs and rewind services that shops provide. Most reputable motor repair facilities will encourage your visit, so go unannounced and pay attention to how you are received. Before you go, make a checklist of what you want to look for and which…

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