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  • 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

  • Top Reasons Why Your Electric Motor is Overheating

    By Cory Soetaert

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

    By Chris Beaton · January 4, 2022
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    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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