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There are significant cost benefits from employing a motor maintenance program. These cost benefits are due to a reduction of unplanned downtime to reduced energy costs. A time-based maintenance program gathers statistical motor data (Number of Starts, Running Hours, Etc) and utilizes this information to determine motor physical inspection and lubrication schedules. A condition-based maintenance program gathers additional real-time physical parameters (Temperature, Current, and Voltage, Vibration) to anticipate imminent motor failures and proactively address motor issues.
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