Industrial Electric Motor service
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Allen’s Electric engine Service, Inc. focuses primarily on precision restoration services on AC, DC, and Synchronous engines with reliability and high quality being our core competency inside electrical device business. Our restoration procedure is influenced not just by the standard the customer requires, but a desire to meet or exceed our consumers’ expectations by implementing internal criteria and processes that reflect in design in each electric engine we restoration.
Our restoration solutions include mechanical, electrical and testing the next gear:
- Alternating Electric Current Motor Repair (AC Motors)
- Direct-current Engine Fix (DC Motors)
- Synchronous Motor Repair (Sync Motors)
Allen’s Electrical Motor provider, Inc. predictive upkeep unit prides itself in-being the “Problem Solvers” into the rotating gear industry. Using the most advanced technology coupled with years of experience our predictive upkeep unit provides consumers with increasing output that leads to profitability through prevention of equipment failures. Our predictive and preventative upkeep unit could possibly get the dependability you need.
- Vibration Analysis
- Motor Circuit Evaluation (MCE)
- Infrared Thermography
- Oil Analysis
- Laser Alignment
- Field Balancing
- Gear Inspection
- Problem Solving
- Turn Key Engine Reduction & Installation
Allen’s Electric engine Service, Inc. endorses “Safety First” in all aspects of our business. Our EH&S Manager uses 100% of the woman time motivating, educating, enforcing, and implementing security into each process within our center as well as in the field.
The security of your clients, employees, plus gear is our concern. We hold safety group meetings on routine and also have a safety team that fits and audits our facility. We represent seven safety networks and merge the 5S program at our facility.
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According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, auto mechanics have an annual fatal accident rate of 4.3 per 100,000, about equal to that of plumbers. Chart here: