We will show how many common motor failure modes can be detected at an early enough stage where corrective action can be taken prior to process interruption. And finally, that an Electrical Motor Testing program will pay for itself by showing how electrical motor and motor system testing will improve machine reliability and lower operating costs when properly applied.

Learning Point Takeaways:

1) Common motor failures, both electrical and mechanical.
2) That common motor failure modes can be detected at an early enough stage where corrective action can be taken prior to process interruption.
3) That an Electrical Motor Testing program will pay for itself because Electrical motor and motor system testing will improve machine reliability and lower operating costs when properly applied.

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