All good repair plans require a work strategy based on an informed and qualified assessment of the repair requirements. To better understand the condition of the asset, there are some upfront questions that can be asked to form the decisions to be made for recovery of the machine. An initial concern that influences the decision on how to repair the failed motor is the lost production opportunity and down time cost that will business will incur while the repairs are underway. When decisions are made using speed of repair as the main decision criterion, the urgency to replace the motor can compromise the development of good repair plans. Creating a repair plan based on getting the asset back online in the shortest time physically possible is not always the best strategy. To read more, please download this free white paper.