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What is Deenergized Motor Circuit Analysis (MCA)?

Mark Koch
Mark Koch | Technical Support Manager, ALL-TEST Pro, LLC
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Webinar Description:

Motor testing is integral to the success and efficiency of your business. Its capabilities for troubleshooting and predictive maintenance are a means of sustaining critical systems and achieving meaningful Return On Investment (ROI). Finding a motor fault before it breaks can save countless hours of downtime and provide thousands of dollars in savings. Don’t leave motor failure up to chance – reap the cost-saving benefits of complete electrical motor testing.In our experience many technicians are using traditional tools such as an insulation to ground test to troubleshoot a failed motor system. What about the stator coil and developing winding faults?

Learning Takeaways

1. Learn about faults that are missed by traditional tools.
2. How to improve electrical reliability at your plant by implementing MCA™

About the Presenter

Mark Koch is a member of the Technical Support team at ALL-TEST Pro, LLC (ATP), where he has provided professional support worldwide for users of ATP equipment since 2014. He has 17 years of electrical and reliability maintenance experience. In 2001, he started his career as a construction electrician. During this time, he worked his way up from shop floor apprentice to a foreman in charge of starting and completing remodel and new construction projects.

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About the Author

Mark Koch
Mark Koch Technical Support Manager, ALL-TEST Pro, LLC

Mark Koch is a member of the Technical Support team at ALL-TEST Pro, LLC (ATP), where he has provided professional support worldwide for users of ATP equipment since 2014. He has 17 years of electrical and reliability maintenance experience. In 2001, he started his career as a construction electrician. During this time, he worked his way up from shop floor apprentice to a foreman in charge of starting and completing remodel and new construction projects. In 2010, he began working at the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) of Greater Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, where he learned electrical maintenance best practice and helped implement a predictive maintenance program (PdM). During his service at MSD, his team was the recipient of both the Uptime Magazine’s Best Emerging Maintenance Reliability Program Award and the Uptime Magazine’s Best Asset Condition Management Program Award. At MSD, he learned and provided routine PdM services such as thermography, vibration, lubrication, visual inspection, motor testing, and ultra-sonics.

 

Education and Certifications:

2001-2006- International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Apprenticeship Program and the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Inside Wireman Certification.

2013- PdM Visual Testing Level 2 Certification & Level 1 Thermographer Certification; 2014- Vibration Analysis Level 1T Certification.