You’re having an after-conference dinner with some folks you met at last year’s technical conference. Recently, Jeff changed jobs and is now the plant engineer at a three-shift plant. “We have a crazy high rate of equipment failures,” says Jeff. “We’ve got motors spinning their bearings right in the middle of a production run, motors failing due to shorted windings, and breakers not operating.”
Electrical Troubleshooting Quiz — April 17, 2018
If your plant is experiencing high equipment failure rates, correcting the relevant system defects is the logical initial approach.