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Electric Motor Failure

Electric motors fail. There are a variety of reasons, and it's important to diagnose and understand them.

At Riverside, we have the expertise and capabilities that few other motor shops have. The more you understand why electric motors fail, the better you are at preventing then in the first place.

Here are some of the most common reasons for motor failure, which we can diagnose in our shop:

Overheating, as a result of overload, poor power condition, high effective service power, frequent stops and starts, and environmental reasons is a major cause of motor failure.

As the insulation inside the motor wears, the motor becomes more at risk to fail.

Bearing failure, which can happen for several reasons, is a common cause of motor failure.

Improper handling and storage of bearings or contaminated lubricants are basic reasons why a bearing will fail.

Bearings, like the other components of a motor, must endure high levels of stress including thermal, vibration and shock, environmental, dynamic and static loading, mechanical and electrical.

Contact Us to discuss further.

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