Our state-of-the-art repair facility, located in Greenfield, MA, offers a wide range of diagnostic and electric motor repair services for the Massachusetts area.
If you are looking for electric motor repair Massachusetts then Applied Dynamics is your company. Whether a large motor breaks down and halts a critical process in your facility, or you need a reliable option for routine overhauls, we provide expert help. Applied Dynamics’ Repair Division offers you the the most extensive diagnostic and repair services in the New England and Massachusetts area.
We offer more than simple repairs of an electric motor. We deliver complete solutions to complex problems. Our state-of-the-art facility along with our expertise will provide you with the services you need to get and keep your operations in Massachusetts up and running.
If you need repair assistance, equipment analysis, or renewal parts, contact us today for more information.
Founded in 1987, Applied Dynamics is independently owned and operated. With headquarters in Greenfield, MA, Applied Dynamics is New England’s industry leader as the premiere full-line electrical/mechanical apparatus sales and service company. We strive to exceed the expectations of each customer by offering outstanding customer service, increased flexibility, and greater resourcefulness to meet their demands. Our highly trained staff is distinguished by their functional and technical expertise combined with their hands-on experience. We ensure that our customers receive UNMATCHED QUALITY SERVICE & PRICE.
We complete thorough inspections. Our electrical testing exceeds EASA AR100 recommendations. We measure all mechanical fits. After this thorough analysis we recommend the best course of action and provide a detailed quote. We use only high quality renewal parts from reputable manufacturers. We use Vacuum Pressure Impregnation on all rewinds, dynamically balance rotors, and full voltage test (up to 4160V) all motors. This assures long lasting, quality repairs.
• Electric motors
• Tachs & encoders