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May 28, 2019 11:17:15 AM

Do You Need a Motor Shaft Repaired?

Shafts are a key component in most rotating equipment. When  they are not working properly, it can cause huge problems and cost lots of money, not only in down times but increased energy bills.   

They are used for axles, bolts, forged connecting rods, crankshafts, torsion bars, light gears, guide rods etc.   

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Aug 1, 2018 4:17:10 PM

Electrical Motor Winding Analysis

IER Services can help you detect and resolve motor issues using our state-of-the-art electrical motor winding analysis.   

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May 11, 2018 8:02:00 AM

Electric Motor Shafts

The key component in most rotating equipment is the shaft. A shaft is the mechanical component for transmitting torque and rotation. Shaft size greatly affects the torque in these machines. Hence, the precise design and prototyping of shafts is crucial for all applications.  

Choosing the proper material can maximize reliability. When considering the best material for your electric motor shaft, there are several considerations: Cost and Material Deficiencies.   

The material used for ordinary shafts is mild steel, but when high strength is required, an alloy steel such as nickel, nickel-chromium or chromium-vanadium steel is used.

Most motor manufacturers use SAE 1045 in either cold-rolled (CRS) or hot-rolled steel (HRS). C1045 is a medium carbon, medium tensile steel supplied as forged or normalized. This steel shows good strength, toughness and wear resistance. 

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Dec 20, 2017 6:53:00 AM

Motor Shaft Repair

Shafts are a key component in most rotating equipment. When  they are not working properly, it can cause huge problems and cost lots of money, not only in down times but increased energy bills.

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Oct 9, 2017 1:00:00 PM

What is the best material for an electric motor shaft?

Shafts are a key component in most rotating equipment. When considering the best material for your electric motor shaft, there are several considerations: Cost and Material Deficiencies.   

Most motor manufacturers use SAE 1045 in either cold-rolled (CRS) or hot-rolled steel (HRS). C1045 is a medium carbon, medium tensile steel supplied as forged or normalized. This steel shows good strength, toughness and wear resistance. 

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