Elevator maintenance programs ensure elevators are able to meet local and national codes and minimize the risk of unscheduled downtime.Regardless of code, the mechanical nature of elevators, combined with their frequent use, make the relationship between building owners and elevator contractors an important one. Renown works with elevator contractors to complement the services required to maintain and restore elevator machines— keeping elevators running. Everything from elevator motors, drives, gearboxes, generators, sheaves, complete new units and maintenance parts are repaired in-house or replacements are available in stock for fast reliable service. Exchange units and obsolete units are all part of a regular day at Renown. In-house machining and coil winding allows us to help contractors return units to service 24/7. Below you’ll find some of our services offered.
Elevator Motor Services
Related ProductsRenown is your resource for motors, guarding and motor parts. Whether it’s as small as a brush or as important as a motor, we understand the importance of getting the right part at the right time. See below for some of the products we offer to complement our services.
- — Elevator room machine guards — This includes car-top guarding, global machine guarding and component guarding.
- — Motors, shafts and sheaves — We offer machines, motors, shafts and sheaves for elevators, industrial applications and more.
- — Submersible and dry hydraulic elevator pump motors — AC or DC motors, we guarantee high quality products for your most challenging or basic requirements.
- — Motor parts — Field coils, motor bearing absorbers, brush holders, brushes and more are available through Renown.
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