Efficiency Motors

Jan. 17, 2011

Some machine customers think that using maintenance expense money to maintain older motors, rather than compete for scarce capital dollars to buy new premium-efficiency motors is a good idea. Older motors can be about 15-20% more expensive than their predecessors. Is it a good idea to mantain older motors?

Some machine customers think that using maintenance expense money to maintain older motors, rather than compete for scarce capital dollars to buy new premium-efficiency motors is a good idea. Older motors can be about 15-20% more expensive than their predecessors. Is it a good idea to mantain older motors?

Read Joe Feeley's article "The Big EISA" to find out what he thinks.