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Energized Electric Motor Test Capabilities

Don Donofrio
Don Donofrio | Instructor & Consultant, The Snell Group
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Gain a thorough understanding of the capabilities of energized electric motor testing. Learn expedient testing methods for identifying power quality problems, motor and motor circuit electrical issues, motor, drive train mechanical issues and most failure mechanisms that lead to motor insulation breakdown. Learn how to utilize energized motor testing as a tool for equipment troubleshooting, commissioning, condition monitoring and power quality fault isolation/localization.

Takeaways

  1. Understand the power quality analysis capabilities of energized electric motor testing.
  2. Gain knowledge of many of the electrical and mechanical anomalies that can be identified with energized motor testing.
  3. Learn how to localize faults and grounds on energized equipment.

About the Presenter

Don came to work for Snell in 2002 to train our thermographers how to conduct electric motor testing. He has been all over the world testing, evaluating and troubleshooting problems with electric motors and motor circuits.  He has worked on motors rated in ounce inches of torque all the way up to a NASA wind tunnel synchronous motor that is 80,000 horsepower.

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About the Author

Don Donofrio
Don Donofrio Instructor & Consultant, The Snell Group

Don came to work for Snell in 2002, to train our Thermographers how to conduct electric motor testing. He has been all over the World testing, evaluating and troubleshooting problems with electric motors and motor circuits.  He has worked on motors rated in ounce inches of torque all the way up to a NASA wind tunnel synchronous motor that is 80,000 horsepower.

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