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  • How to Test an Electric Motor

    A deep dive into maintenance to give you a better understanding of the tests used to monitor your electric motor and related components. Using the findings of these tests you’ll be able to put a maintenance plan in place that will keep your motor running in tip top shape, saving you time and money.

    By Chris Beaton

  • Plant Maintenance Practices and the Opportunity for Outsourcing

    One of the key ways to keep your plant running smoothly and reduce downtime is to put some preventive and/or predictive maintenance processes in place. We go over the difference and talk about outsourcing in this article.

    By Cory Soetaert

  • Selecting, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting Your Gear Reducer

    Your gear reducer is one of the cornerstones of your operation and making the right choices in selection and maintenance will ensure that it provides you with many years of reliable productivity. Follow these tips to optimize your gear reducer.

    By Chris Beaton

  • What is Service Factor and How is it Used?

    The service factor rating on your motor nameplate is an important rating from the manufacturer that helps you runs your motor at it's most efficient. It allows you to run in an overload situation without overheating and causing damages. Read more to learn how to extend your motor's life.

    By Cory Soetaert


  • Variable Torque vs Constant Torque Loads

    By Cory Soetaert · July 12, 2022
  • Can Electric Motors be Mounted Vertically?

    By Chris Beaton · June 23, 2022
  • Do You Need an IEEE-841 Motor?

    By Cory Soetaert · February 8, 2022
  • Guest Blog with Edmonton Chamber of Commerce

    By Chris Beaton · January 4, 2022
  • HVAC Motor Series

    By Chris Beaton · December 7, 2021
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  • Who We Are

    A video introduction to who eMotors Direct is, what they do, and why you should use them as a source for your electric motors and related parts.

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