PdMA Corp. to host motor shop assessment workshop

PdMA Corp., a Tampa, Fla., provider of predictive maintenance (PdM), condition monitoring, and electric motor testing instruments, will host a motor shop assessment and motor repair interpretation workshop.  

It is designed for motor owners, motor repair shop personnel, trainees, advance motor maintenance and repair technicians. Employees in the following positions will also find the workshop beneficial: reliability maintenance personnel, field service engineers, account managers, sales reps, motor shop managers, maintenance supervisors, electrical and mechanical engineers, and senior management.

The course consists of two days of classroom instruction and one half-day of hands-on demonstrations at a local motor shop. It will cover motor repair shop evaluation considerations regarding alternating and direct current motor repairs/rebuilds; emphasizing industrial motor repair standards, motor repair procedures, plus motor repair testing and test data interpretation. Students will learn how to properly evaluate motor repair shop capabilities and expertise in accordance with industry standards and motor owner expectations.

A motor repair shop tour on the third course day gives students the opportunity to see the important motor shop procedures covered in the classroom. After completing this workshop, students will know how to conduct a thorough motor repair shop assessment and how to effectively determine the motor shop’s capability and expertise.

“Motor Shop Assessment Plus Motor Repair Test Interpretation Workshop” will be instructed by Richard Love, of Richard Love Associates and hosted by PdMA Corporation on October 14 – 16, 2014, in Tampa, Florida.

Click here for more information on this workshop.

-Bill O’Leary


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