Asset, Reliability and Energy Management
for Motor-Driven Systems
Let total cost of ownership, health, and performance drive your repair vs. replace decisions
Use energy-based condition monitoring to take corrective action at the right time
Motors@Work Benefit calculator
Whether you have a dozen motors or thousands, Motors@Work pricing provides the flexibility and scalability to meet your needs.
Get a quick idea of your potential savings with the help of our benefit calculator.
DMWW pumping optimization has allowed the utility to achieve established industry benchmarks of a minimum of 11 percent to 15 percent in the peak rate and demand charge energy expense.
Today the moral mandate is to manage one’s assets for optimal performance at the least energy cost and environmental impact; truly a win:win strategy.
Taking a life cycle approach to motor management is essential to optimizing efficiency. Motors@Work will be critical to us accomplishing these objectives.
HAVE YOU READ OUR LATEST BLOG POSTS?
Best practices in spare parts management
My previous post on repair versus replace decisions during motor failures touched on the need to maintain spares for […]
Developing a motor failure policy
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Determining your motor inventory
In an earlier blog, I listed the seven key elements that entail a motor management plan. In this post, I delve into the […]