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How Do Motor Starts and Stops Affect Maintenance Processes?

George Frey
George Frey | Vice President of Engineering, EDE Electric Motor Testing
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Webinar Description

Instrumented processes are really a balancing act. If a process has multiple motors/drives, are they sharing the load or does one run almost continuously and the other hardly at all? When it comes time for a scheduled outage, does the maintenance professional know what motors actually need full maintenance? What tools are available to provide quick and easy answers to this ongoing maintenance issue? In this session we will look at the implications of unbalanced workload, along with other process issues and provide solutions to this ongoing maintenance balancing act.

Learning Takeaways

1. If you have a process that has multiple electric motors – how can you be sure they are sharing the workload?
2. Is my motor starting and stopping too much?
3. Are there tools that don’t require significant engineering level modifications or investment?

About the Presenter

 George Frey serves as Vice President of Engineering for the EDE Electric Motor Testing team. As an expert in electric motor testing and industrial test equipment, his role is to provide education, calibration and consulting services, along with equipment and tool guidelines to electrical maintenance professionals and the electrical maintenance industry.

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George Frey
George Frey Vice President of Engineering, EDE Electric Motor Testing

George Frey serves as Vice President of Engineering for the EDE Electric Motor Testing team. As an expert in electric motor testing and industrial test equipment, his role is to provide education, calibration and consulting services, along with equipment and tool guidelines to electrical maintenance professionals and the electrical maintenance industry. He is a member of IEEE and EASA.