• Do You Need an IEEE-841 Motor?

    So, should you consider an IEEE-841 electric motor for your application? What is it? What motors does it cover? And do you need it? We cover it all in this blog post. Read more!

    By Cory Soetaert

  • Motor Nameplate Series

    Your electric motor's nameplate is a valuable resource, providing you information on your motor's capabilities, features, and efficiency. In this series, we cover the most important information you can find on your motor's nameplate and what to do if there isn't one! Read more.

    By Cory Soetaert

  • What Makes a Motor Farm Duty?

    While many electric motors can be used in agricultural applications, there are some key features “Farm Duty” motors have that help them work well in the harsh and rugged applications found on the farm. Read more!

    By Chris Beaton

  • NEMA 250 Types vs IEC 60529 Ratings

    NEMA 250 Types and IEC 60529 Ratings are systems of standardization for electrical equipment enclosures. However, since NEMA 250 Types test for additional protections, the two rating systems are not interchangeable.

    By Chris Beaton

  • Are Stainless Steel Motors Worth It?

    Are stainless steel motors worth it? They're water and corrosion resistant, they provide very few opportunities for particle build up and are best for applications where cleaning and disinfecting are frequent.

    By Cory Soetaert


  • 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
  • The Electric Motor Supplier of Canada's Electrical Contractors

    By Chris Beaton · November 16, 2021
  • Power Consumption of a 3-Phase vs a Single-Phase Motor

    By Cory Soetaert · November 9, 2021
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