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By: Greg CarterOEMs & electrical wholesalers often train new hires in non-sales related functions in one to two week stints with inside and outside sales groups. This familiarizes them with product lines, customer service and resourcefulness in satisfying the customer
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
Where can electrical distributors source hard-to-find or discontinued electrical contacts for their customers?When OEMs discontinue an electrical contact series or the company merges or shuts down, customers are often left scrambling to find replacement components. Motor control systems and manufacturing equipment can be in service for years or decades.
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.
Explosive growth in the Bakken and Marcellus regions has been supply shortages as demand often outpaces supply. Fortunately, Repco inventories 1000s of OEM compatible electrical contacts and carbon brushes.
Repco manufactures replacement electrical contact kits for more than two dozen OEMs ranging from ABB and Cutler-Hammer to Siemens and Westinghouse - all guaranteed to match the OEM original in form, fit and function.
Improvements in the United States manufacturing sector always increases the demand for new and replacement parts. Manufacturing lines need maintenance and refurbishment while new products drive an increase for new components.
Copper is a commodity that’s important in many types of manufacturing. It’s the third most important metal after iron and aluminum. So the potential disruption to manufacturing supplies if copper is tied up in financial instruments is realistic.
Repco, founded in 1976, manufactures replacement electrical contacts for industrial controls and motors. Repco makes compatible, affordable replacement contact kits for dozens of OEMs and more than 80 contactor series including ABB.
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In the motor control business significant consolidation has occurred over the past decades. Control OEMs have been bought, sold, merged, or cease to exist. The end result, for customers, is that there are fewer manufacturers today.
For 100+ years, since William S. Harley and the Davidson brothers first motorized a bicycle, the company has continued to evolve and reinvent itself. It’s seen its post WWII hey day, its troubled times in the 70’s, and it’s rebirth in the late 80’s.
Because most electrical distributors offer a vast selection of products together with a large standing inventory and competitive prices, they are a single-source provider end-users can rely on for quick turnaround.
Repco manufacturers replacement electrical contacts and contact sets for 26 leading control OEMs (e.g., Allen-Bradley, ABB, GE, Square D, Telemecanique, Westinghouse) covering over 75 current and discontinued series.
Repco offers replacement electrical contacts for Cutler-Hammer (Eaton) contactors and motor starters. Our warehouse inventories contact sets and tip replacement alternatives for various Cutler-Hammer series.
Repco, Inc. has been a proud associate member of NAED since 2000. Repco stands for replacement electrical parts company. They manufacturer and supply replacement electrical contacts, control coils and carbon brushes.
When your department is asked to examine costs and to work within a smaller budget, every purchase decision becomes a cost/benefit analysis. Even motor and control systems, which are critical, must cut costs - which means considering replacement parts.
Repco reverse engineers and manufactures electrical contacts using the same metals and alloys as used in the original part (CDA 110 copper, 90/10 silver mixes, various platings) then we test the replacement electrical contacts for fit, form, and function.
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