Tag Archives: repair

Real Rehabilitation

Indian inmates repair motors, fans, coolers at rapid rate An Indian training center run by inmates of the country’s largest prison puts faith in the word “rehabilitation” as it relates to correctional systems. There, at Tihar Jail, part of the Tihar Prisons complex in Delhi, fans and coolers are fixed in a matter of hours, motors […]

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Tromco Nabs Repair Job

Minnesota electric outfit to handle first stage of pump house repair project Everyone feels better when a local business gets awarded a local project. Especially when it cuts costs and averts further downtime. In upstate Minnesota, where lakes are sometimes more frequent than towns, let’s consider 25 miles a ‘local’ radius.  Chisholm, Minnesota-based Tromco Electric will be responsible […]

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Grande Old Time

In NorCal, a one-stop-shop for pumps and motors  This week, our editors came across a nice piece in The Union, a local newspaper serving Nevada County, Calif. It features a family-owned and run shop that combines two established businesses under one roof while keeping both namesakes. Pumps West & Motor Electric, of Grass Valley, Calif., is the result […]

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Setting Up Shop

Owensboro Electric Motor of Kentucky under new ownership Small businesses stand at a crossroads of uncertainty these days, with reason for optimism stirred into an unpredictable economy. Many small business owners feel that now is the time to make a move and spend money, while others may want to wait and see what the new administration does […]

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Tech Support

Electrical malfunction causes campus scare A weekly test of an automated motor-generator system at Tennessee Tech University malfunctioned on January 3rd, causing overheating and heavy smoke that nearly caught fire. Campus buildings were evacuated as multiple fire alarms were triggered. The incident also led to further inspection of equipment that yielded deficiencies, prompting a call […]

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Levee Rage

Eugene dam problems: a sample of infrastructure repairs The Leaburg Dam in Eugene, Oregon offers a representation of some of the United States’ decaying infrastructure, and the difficulties that come with combating it. The Eugene Water and Electric Board recently finished a saga of major repairs intended for restoring the Leaburg Dam to operational status. This was […]

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Chip off the Block

U.S.’s first offshore wind farm needs turbine repairs It wouldn’t be a true ‘first’ without a few hiccups. The United States’ first offshore wind farm off Block Island, Rhode Island encountered its first troubleshoot Monday in the form of a downed turbine. One of the five General Electric 6MW Haliade turbines installed at Deepwater Wind’s Block […]

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The HVAC Repair Market

An industry that’s heating up in a number of ways While certain sectors of the repair, maintenance, and service industries face decline or uncertainty, HVAC is not one of them. A recent Bloomberg report shows job availability in the sector has grown, despite the manufacturing of HVAC products being on the decline. In other words, it’s a […]

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Lampton With Flavor

Welding supply chain turns 70; expands its Great Plains network Lampton Welding Supply, the Wichita-based equipment supplier and repair service, turned 70 earlier this month. Along with celebrating that anniversary, the company opened a new location, held an open house, and had a store giveaway. Lampton has been in operation as a family-owned business for 70 years, […]

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TIE Acquires Parker Group

FANUC parts supplier widens network to include repair across new key OEMs TIE, or Tennessee Industrial Electronics, the LaVergne (TN) supplier of refurbished industrial electronic FANUC CNC component parts, has acquired The Parker Group, Inc. (“PGI”), the company announced October 3.   PGI is an integrated depot repair center specializing in electronic and servo-mechanical products headquartered outside of Detroit in Clinton Township, Michigan. […]

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