For over 35 years, our team of pump system experts has met the needs of the commercial, industrial and municipal markets in Southern California - 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Electric Motor Repair-
Motors - Rewind and Repairs,Equipment Controls and Panels,
Pump and Control Wiring, Telemetry and Instrumentation.
Types of Electric Motors-
AC Electric Pump Motors, DC Electric Motors, Open Drip-Proof Motor, Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled Motors, Totally Enclosed Non-ventilated Motors, Hazardous Location Motors, Totally Enclosed Air Over Motors, Single Phase Motor, Three Phase Motors.
Electric Motor Systems-
are made up of several sections, not just the motor, (facility power, motor control, mechanical coupling, load and process), we will work to understand why the motor or a certain part of the system failed. PumpMan’s local machine and repair shop in Baldwin Park will help reduce you down timeand get it repaired or replaced as soon as possible to get you back up and operating.
Variable Speed Motors-
Variable frequency drive controllers are solid state electronic power conversion devices. The usual design first converts AC input power to DC intermediate power using a rectifier or converter bridge. The rectifier is usually a three-phase, full-wave-diode bridge. The DC intermediate power is then converted to quasi-sinusoidal AC power using an inverter switching circuit. The inverter circuit is probably the most important section of the VFD, changing DC energy into three channels of AC energy that can be used by an AC motor. These units provide improved power factor, less harmonic distortion, and low sensitivity to the incoming phase sequencing than older phase controlled converter VFD's.
Laser Shaft Alignment–
We use advanced precision laser alignment equipment to ensure proper shaft-to-shaft alignment. This reduces wear and/or damage to equipment as well as energy consumption. A detailed report will be provided for each unit aligned. For detailed information and a sample report regarding our Precision Laser Alignment Service, please click here.
The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007
- The law's requirement for 1 to 500 horsepower AC motors, Effective December 19, 2010 click here to read the details