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VFD Driven Bearing Failure and Cure with Aegis
March 14th, 2018
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Elks Hall
2549 Elliott
Troy, Michigan 48083
United States
Reinhard Hurt, CMS 313-350-3031 or
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Event Details: VFD driven equipment can have beaing failure due to static discharge through the bearings while running due to VFD characteristics.  Come and find out how to cure the problem with Aegis Electro Static grounding rings for the motor shaft.  VFD voltages and currents induced by the VFD cause a variety of failures, reduced lubrication effectiveness and quickly shorten bearing life on small and large equipment alike.
Chapter Event: Greater Detroit
Speaker: John Shepherd from Aegis Elecro Static technology
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