Electric motor running hot? Temperature can create both mechanical and electrical drive failures. What causes temperature changes in a motor? Location, restricted ventilation, overload, imbalanced voltage, low voltage, duty cycle and inverter induced heat are some examples. CMT repairs AC and DC electric motors.
This 1674 HP DC motor was recently remanufactured by CMT for a world-class pipe manufacturing mill. Also pictured is the armature, or rotating element from an identical motor. This armature will be rewound to an as-new condition with a new commutator and new coils. Once fully assembled, the motor will be returned for many years […]
CMT is a leader in the field of DC motor repair. A major steel producing company trusts us with their specialized roll table motors. These motors are completely inspected and remanufactured to standards that exceed the OEM. Our attention to detail directly relates to longer motor life. Longer motor life equals less down […]