While our 25,000 square foot repair facility enables us to perform any type of maintenance, we also have the capabilities to perform various field services.
Our technicians have the extensive field experience needed for electric motor repair, remanufacturing, and preventative maintenance. We offer both local and coast-to-coast field services — let us come to you so you can get the solution you need, wherever your business is located.
Renown’s wide array of field services includes:
Our brush surveys identify and correct motor problems before they become more severe.
Rewinding services include evaluation of AC and DC components, new coil and insulation manufacturing, component installation and more.
We can determine your ideal equipment choice depending on the system’s performance, efficiency and safety needs.
For clients with malfunctioning equipment that is too large to transport, we’ll bring our on-site machining capabilities to you.
Accurate regrooving extends the lives of elevator ropes and cables.
These services reduce excessive wear and allows for proper electric current transfer.
Renown Electric’s field services are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week — whenever you need us. Request a field service today for more information.
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