This is the 2nd in a 7 part Motor System Maintenance and Management Best Practices Benchmarking Study produced by Dr. Howard Penrose PhD of Success by Design and Terrence O'Hanlon, CMRP, Reliabilityweb.com.
There are several best practices to consider for motor and driven equipment selection. These best practices include repair versus replace decisions, purchasing decisions, motor sizing, speed changes and motor upgrades. Finally, you must consider motor failure as an opportunity, not a negative. Each of these opportunities provides the ability to make improvements to the motor system step by step.
Please use your best efforts to answer as accurately as possible.
If you are a service provider/contractor please answer for your largest client.
Add answers points for total score. We suggest you keep a running point total manually as there is a scoring key at the conclusion of this survey however - the survey is not autoscoring.
You may take this survey anonymously or you may provide your contact details if you would like an advanced copy of the study report and action recommendations.