Paper Company Buys 1250 HP Synchronous Motor to Avoid a Costly Shut Down
On September 10, 2017, Romanoff Industries received a call from a large paper mill in the SE United States. The company had a critical problem with a 1250 HP Synchronous motor that powered vacuum pumps. Their motor was beginning to show signs of impending failure and without this motor, the whole plant was down.
Romanoff Industries had acquired a pair of similar motors from a paper mill that shut down a line the previous year.
Within one week, one of the motors supplied was in service at the mill and the 2nd motor was purchased as a spare. These motors saved this company thousands of dollars of rush repair costs and downtime.
Another problem solved by Romanoff Industries.