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FURNAS Innova Plus Contactors for Motor Control and ProtectionSo how does a motor starter and the contacts in it work? In this example we’re using a Furnas GP40 Contactor in the Innova Plus Series. Furnas is now owned by Siemens.
GE Kinematic Replacement Brushes Hubbell-Euclid Replacement Contacts Furnas Contactor Coils ReplacementsCarbon Brushes for Kinematic Motors, Hubbell/Euclid Motor Controller Replacement Contacts, Replacement Contactor Coils for Furnas
Tractor manufacturing kept humming via electrical maintenance and inventoryModern day tractor manufacturing involves automation and conveyor driven processes. John Deere, Caterpillar, Kubota and all leading manufacturers have invested heavily in streamlining operations to both to keep costs down and to protect workers.
Electrical Motor Control Parts: REPCO Greatest Stories Ever ToldTo end the year, we’ve dug up and summarized some of our favorite electrical contact and carbon brush "help" articles from the archives with links back to the original article for easy reference.
Carbon Brushes for Reliance Motors, Electrical Contacts for ABB Motor Controls, Contactor Shunt OfferingsREPCO stocks replacement brushes for Reliance DC variable-speed motors, generators and drives to keep these motors humming.
Supporting electrical distributors in every region across the U.S.Across the United States from the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southwest, West, and Northwest Repco supplies and supports electrical distributors. It’s why our replacement electrical contacts, carbon brushes, and coils are found coast to coast
How do you know when it’s time to replace electrical contacts?The obvious sign is when your machinery stops working and you narrow it down to a failed electrical contact. But this is past the point when routine maintenance would have discovered an electrical contact was wearing down, so it’s unusual.
Electrical Contacts: OEM, Replacement, Surplus or RemanufacturedMost industrial and manufacturing equipment utilizes motor control. Electromagnetic motor controls provide reliable and safe operation in a variety of harsh conditions. However, electrical contacts, a major operational element, do break down eventually.
The modern assembly lines turns 100. Thanks Mr. Ford.While the precursors of the modern assembly line preceded Henry Ford it was the Ford motor company that fully realized its potential and ushered in modern manufacturing.
How will 3D printing affect electrical contact manufacturing?Tremendous advances have been made in 3D printing, and the cost of 3D printers has been dropping steadily, causing many futurists to predict it will usher in a new industrial revolution. But the reality is a bit more complex.
Electric motors and controls keep robotic palletizers stackingModern factories wisely seek out process improvement in all aspects of production. It saves time, money, and in the case of stacking products onto pallets, it prevents repetitive stress on workers. Mechanized palletizers were invented in the late 1940s.
Other Contactor Parts and Replacement Contact KitsContactor parts don’t wear out simultaneously. Usually it’s the contacts or the springs that wear out first. But there are many different parts that are subject to wear and tear including levers, auxiliaries, arcs, and shunts.
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