With annual power costs running many times the initial motor cost, good control panels can save you energy and unscheduled motor service.
Today’s control panels are like computers and contain sophisticated circuitry, full voltage starters, electronic soft starters, adjustable-speed drives, programmable logic controls, Human Machine Interfaces and operator stations - a far cry from the motor controls of the 70’s.
Well designed systems benefit motors by increasing up-time, overall efficiency and the optimize use electrical power.
Brithinee Electric designs and builds manual, semi-automated, and fully automated control systems with as much owner input as possible. We specialize in building your Motor Control System to your exact needs, using components that meet Brithinee Quality standards, giving you the performance you expect.
All of our panels undergo simulated testing. When your project is complete, you can personally view a simulated testing of your system at our plant. In fact, you are welcome to drop-in any time, to check on the progress we are making on your project.
Visit our Controls Shop Anytime.
Call Craig Slape for an appointment to visit at 909-825-7971 ext. 35, or visit our Custom Motor Control Systems web section now. Click here.
Take a Tour of our new Large Motor Repair Facility and Training Center. Call Carrie Buttigieg at 909-825-7971, for a facilities tour, or click here for our online tour.
Fall 2011 Class Schedule
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Classes include tours of our production facilities.
9:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., including lunch.
Four (4) contact hours, authorized by CWEA, are available for water industry credits. For complete information, click here:
Operating a three-phase motor with unbalanced voltage, or on an open-delta distribution system, can cause serious overheating that will dramatically shorten your motor’s life. Refer to the All About Motors issue AAM24 on Voltage Unbalanced for the answers to your voltage unbalance questions.
Complimentary Motor Repair Specifications
Order your free copy of our Repair Specifications.
It covers the requirements of rewinding, repairing, and testing of three-phase induction electric motors, with references the Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA). To receive your free copy, click here.