#maintenance

  • The Electric Motor Supplier of Canada's Food Manufacturers

    We walk you through the steps of a food production line electric motor replacement. From the moment of failure, right up to when you're back up and running.Working with eMotors Direct on your electric motor replacements is simple and fast. Work with us today!

    By Chris Beaton

  • HVAC Motor Series

    Through our partnership with HVACKnowItAll, we wrote a 4 part HVAC motor series disucssing how HVAC motor's work, how to troubleshoot your HVAC Motors, optimizing your HVAC motor supply chain, and how to cross-reference OEM HVAC motors. Read now!

    By Chris Beaton

  • The Electric Motor Supplier of Canada's Electrical Contractors

    In this video, we walk you through the steps an Electrical Contractor would follow to find an electric motor replacement.

    By Chris Beaton

  • The Electric Motor Supplier of Canada's HVAC Professionals

    We walk you through the steps of an HVAC electric motor replacement. From the moment of failure, right up to when you're client is back up and running. Watch now!

    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

  • How to Check Brushes on a DC Motor

    By learning to inspect, maintain, and replace DC motor brushes, you will ensure a long life for your motor and avoid the cost of replacing the motor or the appliance as a whole.

    By Cory Soetaert

  • What You Need to Know About Manufacturer Warranty

    Taking the time to properly understand your equipment's limitations and your intended application's requirements will help you operate your electric motor within the warranty's scope and avoid common user errors that could void your coverage.

    By Cory Soetaert

  • Replacing an Overloaded Motor

    Your motor has failed due to overload. Here are the next steps to take to replace your motor and how to keep everything within warranty guidelines for next time.

    By Chris Beaton

  • What Causes Motor Overload?

    Most, if not all, electric motor manufacturers do not provide a warranty if the product has been damaged due to overload. That is why you must understand what can cause motor overload, learn how to recognize it, and understand your intended application so you can avoid damage to your costly assets.

    By Cory Soetaert

  • 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

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    By Chris Beaton · June 23, 2022
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    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
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