Los Angeles, California
ROMAC Supply stocks many new, unused surplus, reconditioned and used electric motors.ROMAC carries a large inventory of electric motors, including Toshiba, US Electric Motors, Baldor, Lincoln, Marathon, Leeson, and Weg.
Reconditioning is the process of returning electrical equipment to safe and reliable operating condition based upon the design of the original manufacturer at the time of manufacturing. When reconditioning an electric motor, we inspect the exterior to assess condition. Look for cracks in the frame, shaft end bell or fan cover. Check for original factory nameplate. Check for third-party mark such as UL on hazardous location motors (ROMAC DOES NOT OPEN UL-SEALED MOTORS). Record all nameplate data, including third-party listing labels onto test reports. Reconditioning experts do a thorough examination of the conduit box or other accessory boxes, bolt downs, bold holes, threads, fan, shaft, tightening bolt, end bells, and insulation. The motor is given a run test on a flat and level surface or bold down platform. Once test results are recorded, the motor is cleaned and reworked. Parts that need replacement, and can be replaced, are swapped out. The motor is then given a final retest and a final run test. All results are recorded, and the motor is ready for use.
If you know the stock code or part number of the specific motor you need, you can use our inventory search. If not, fill out the simple form below and a ROMAC Sales Engineer will search for your specific item, and options, and get back to you within one business day. If you would like to talk to a sales engineer on the phone (M-F 8am-5pm) Call Us Now: 1-800-77-ROMAC.
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An electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. Most electric motors operate through interacting magnetic fields and current-carrying conductors to generate force. The reverse process, producing electrical energy from mechanical energy, is done by generators such as an alternator or a dynamo. Electric motors and generators are commonly referred to as electric machines.