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Why is bearing testing important?

Bearings are critical components of many machines, as they are designed specifically to minimize frictions between two moving objects. Basically, their functional characteristics might determine whether the machine is going to meet the minimum system requirements or not.

Causes of bearing damage

There could be several causes of bearings failures. Today, we are going to list a few of them –

  • Electrical erosion
  • Damaged due to vibration
  • Inadequate lubrication
  • Improper bearing load
  • Faulty installation and set-up

Consequences of bearing failure

Now, you might already know there are several bearing types, and each of them serves a different purpose. So, what would happen if any of those bearings within your air conditioner or electric pump get damaged? Well, for starters, bearings related problems account for most of the motor failures and accidents. There might as well be some other reasons for motor failure, such as voltage problem or a bad environment. Still, if you are unsure regarding the exact cause of a motor malfunction, go with the bearing testing first including bearings, shafts, and bearing housings.

Plus, some of your machines might be costly or antiquated, and spare parts are hard to find nearby. In those cases, you might want to make sure you don’t have to run around the city shops looking for exact parts and repair services.

Hopefully now you understand why you should put your machines through periodic bearing testing. So, if you happen to live in Glendale, Arizona, and you are looking for a reliable shop for motor bearing testing of your machines, Run Em Again Motors is your best bet. We are a professional and trustworthy service provider catering to people in the greater Phoenix area and specializing in repairing and rebuilding of electric motors of various machines.

John Hayden Owner of Run Em Again Electric MotorsPublished By:

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5126 W. Luke Ave.
Glendale, AZ 85301

Office: (623) 388-6898
Email: Info@RunEmAgainMotors.com
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